NEWSLETTER FOR W/C April 14th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday April 8th were 1, 2, 8 and 25.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €7600.
Lucky dip winners were Pat Walsh (snr), Eddie Hayes, E.A. and Stephanie Long, Chloe Mackey.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Congratulations:
Well done to club members Mark Landers (coach) and Eoghan Keniry on a fine win with the Cork minor hurlers this past week in the Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling Championship. Eoghan returned an impressive 2-04 from the corner forward berth to finish joint top scorer for Cork who won the game on a score of Cork 5-26 Kerry 0-07.
Well done also to John ‘Johnno’ O’Connor and Thomas ’Tucker’ Barry who took part in this years’ London Marathon which took place on Sunday April 13th 2014. Over 36,000 runners took part and Thomas finished in the first 1600 runners and John finished in the first 5000 runners which is a fantastic achievement for both men.
Buster Night;
Killeagh GAA Clubs’ annual Buster Night at the Dogs has been fixed for Friday Night May 2nd 2014 at Youghal Greyhound Track. Tickets, priced at €20, are now on sale and are available for purchase from Killeagh GAA Club Committee members, from Inch Rovers Ladies Football and from Killeagh Camogie Club. Top prize on offer on the night for the winning numbers combination is a whopping €1000. Please support. Present at the launch were JJ Fennelly, Mary O’Connor, Siobhan Linehan, Sheila Spillane, Tomas Goggin and Kieran Scully.

Fixtures / Results:
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
Cork Red FM SHL: Killeagh v Youghal in Killeagh on Saturday April 26th at 5.00pm.
Cork Red FM SHL: Killeagh 2-16 Na Piarsigh 2-11 played in Killeagh on Sat April 12th
Golf Society:
Killeagh GAA Golf Society have their next outing at The Gold Coast in Dungarvan on April 20th. Tee time and further datails available from Ray Rochford on 0872330054.
Juvenile News:
Fixtures/Results:
Minor Hurling League: Fr. O’Neills 0-20 Killeagh-Ita’s 2-15 played in Ahavine on Sat April 12th at 3pm
Minor Hurling
Our minor hurlers travelled to Ahavine on Saturday afternoon and took part in a very lively and entertaining hurling game against Fr.O’Neills. It was a lovely afternoon for the game and was helped by the superb condition of the playing surface. Team management were forced into a number of changes due to niggling injuries to key players but the replacements gave a good account of themselves for the duration of the game. The half-time score was Fr.O’Neills 0-10 to Killeagh-Ita’s 1-09, the goal courtesy of Cork minor hurler Eoghan Keniry. The second half very much followed the course of the first half with both teams dominating at different stages. However, it was Killeagh-Ita’s who emerged victorious on a final score of Killeagh-Ita’s 2-15 to Fr. O’Neills 0-20, the second goal coming from Shane Smiddy.
Team: D Cusack, J O’Rourke, B McCarthy, P Delaney, D Cahill, D O’Brien, B Delaney, E Keniry, C Deane, C Cusack, A Leahy, S Smiddy, K Treacy, D Landers, S Desmond.
Subs: E Murphy, K Fennelly, C Coughlan, C Walsh, E Fitzgibbon, P Walsh.

Féile Blitz runs off smoothly in Páirc Uí Chinnéide
On Saturday last Páirc Uí Chinnéide hosted Group 6 of the Féile na nGael Under 14 Hurling Competition. 5 teams participated – Killeagh-Ita’s, Bride Rovers, St. Colman’s, Fr. O’Neill’s and Sarsfields, with a total of 10 games being played. The first 2 games began at 10.45 a.m. and the final 2 games concluded at 2.30 p.m., so it was a long day for all the players and their supporters and mentors. At the end of the Blitz, Sarsfields emerged victorious by virtue of having conceded less than Bride Rovers, who had drawn with Sars in their first game and remained undefeated through the rest of the day. The weather was nice, apart from the final 10 minutes of the last games, the pitches were in great condition, and the 4 referees had a relatively easy day with good co-operation from all teams and mentors. Many thanks to the co-ordinators for the day – Ursula and Tommy – and to the ground staff, spearheaded by Sean Treacy, for ensuring that everything was in perfect order on the day. A particular thank you to the parents of all the U14 Killeagh-Ita’s panel who provided mountains of food to feed supporters and players throughout the day, and managed the catering and cleaning with a smile!
GAA Cúl Camps 2014
It all starts here. Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for children aged 6 – 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment – and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp bookings are now open for 2014. For more information visit http://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
U12
Our U12’s are preparing for their 2nd football league games against St Colmans next Sat 19th at 12 noon in St Colmans. There is no training this week due to the Easter camp
U7 & U8Killeagh under 7 and 8 boys took part in their first monster hurling blitz of the year in Ballynoe (St. Catherine’s) on Saturday 12th April. We had a lovely fine sunny day for the boys to exhibit their skills.
The boys competed really well in their games showing great enthusiasm and energy, particularly in the first games.
They have been working hard in training, with the hard work paying off today. We will however, be working a little bit more on their concentration in the coming weeks.
An Easter training camp will be run on Monday 14th Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th from 10.00 to 12.00 in Killeagh GAA Club grounds. We hope that all the boys will take advantage of the great training sessions in store.
Thank you to all who helped out today and thanks to all the parents who travelled to the venue.
Training for our under 7 and 8 groups will not be on next Saturday due to the up-coming Easter Camp.

TWEET AND FOLLOW!
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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C April 7th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday April 1st were 12, 13, 26 and 27.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €7400.
Lucky dip winners were Ger Collins, Ed Keniry, Kevin Galvin and Colin Cunningham.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Scrap Saturday;
Scrap Metal collection which was held on Saturday 29th March in Killeagh GAA grounds was a great success. The club would like to thank most sincerely all those who supported us in this worthwhile venture.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Fixtures / Results:
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
U21 Football Semi-Final: Glenville 3-08 Glenbower Rovers 1-08 played in Ballynoe on Sat April 5th.
Glenbower Rovers headed to Ballynoe on Saturday evening last to take on Glenville in the semi final of the East Cork U21 football championship. To say conditions were atrocious would be an understatement, it was more like scenes from the Hollywood blog buster Noah.
Rovers started the game well, taking the first two points before Glenville hit us for a goal on a counter –attack. We worked our way back into the game with Mathew Murphy and Ciaran O’Brien playing well but Glenville were very economic with their possession and tapped over further scores and again breached our defence for a second goal. We were to rue not taking two goal scoring opportunities during this period. Although going in at half time 2-5 to 5 points down we had the elements at our back in the second half and we felt we were in with a good chance.
Again with we started the second half well but were caught with a soft goal when a high ball looked to be going over the bar but dropped into the top corner out of goalkeeper, Colin Walshs, reach. This gave us a real uphill battle to face which wasn’t helped when Ciaran O’Brien was harshly shown the black card. But credit to the Glenbower Rovers lads, they kept their heads up and when Shane Smiddy scored an excellent goal after a great move and young Dara O’Brien, who is a promising footballer, took a great point it brought us back into the game. However it was not to be our day and Glenville finished out winners on a scoreline of 3-8 to 1-8.
It is a pity that the game had to be played in such conditions, but credit to Glenville they were able to adapt to the conditions better than us and as stated, were very economical with their possession. So our promising run in the U21 football championship comes to an end in disappointment, the selection committee would like to thank the panel who put in a lot of work since January. The attention now turns to the minor footballers second round game on Tuesday and to the Junior A first round game against Glenville on Saturday the 19/4/2014.
Team 1.Colin Walsh 2. Ben Wharton 3. Mark Coleman 4. Bobby McCarthy 12. Gary Leahy 6. Allen Keniry 7. Aidan Morrison, 8. Ciaran O’Brien 9. David Cahill 10. Dylan Coleman 11. Mathew Murphy 28. Dara O’Brien 13. Shane Smiddy 14. Daniel Walsh 15. Declan Long.
Subs: Darragh Cahill, Conor Cusack, Brendan Murphy, Dermot Motherway,Eric Murphy and Dominic Byrne.
Golf Society:
Killeagh GAA Golf Society held their first outing for 2014 in Youghal Golf Club on Sunday March 30th. It was, as usual, a very successful outing with thirty-eight players taking to the fairways. Prior to teeing off there was a great take-up in membership by players for the coming season. Membership fees for 2014 are held at last years rates of €30 on top of GAA Club membership. Sponsorship for the outing on Sunday was provided by O’Mahony’s Bar, Killeagh and the society would like to thank Andrew for his generous sponsorship on the day. The prize-giving was held in O’Mahony’s Bar on Sunday night and was very well attended. The prizes were presented by Society Treasurer, Ger Fitzgibbon and by 2014 Captain, Mr Sean Treacy and Andrew O’Mahony presented the first prize. Winner of the days golf was Ann Rochford who finished with a great score of 38 points to win on a count back of the back nine holes. A most notable score on the day was from Society Captain, Sean Treacy who returned with a healthy 30 points.
Results: Ann Rochford 38pts(B9), E. Hayes 38pts(B2), Dominic Tattan 38pts, Best Gross Ger Ahern, Amanda O’Neill-Coyne 38pts, Andrew Walsh 37pts, Pat Murphy 37pts, Ray Rochford 36pts, Pat O’Keeffe 36pts,
Juvenile News:
Fixtures/Results:
U14 Hurling League; Killeagh-Itas 2-12 Youghal 3-06 played in Killeagh on Thurs April 3rd
U13 Hurling League; Killeagh-Itas 5-03 Inniscarra 4-07 played in Inniscarra on Sat April 5th
U12 Hurling: 1st league game. Great win in terrible conditions. Killeagh-Ita’s 7-8. Erins own 1-9.
U13s get no points but get going
U13 Football League:
Our young footballers had their first league outing on Monday evening last, March 31st. They played Glenville at 6.45pm in Glenville. Although they tried very hard they were up against a far, far superior outfit and failed to get anything out of the game. They were missing some key players and had to call up some younger players but you could not take anything away from a hugely talented Glenville team. They played the ‘one hop, one solo’ rule to great effect and outclassed our players in most areas of the field. Our young players left the field dejected with the result despite having great support from the parents who travelled the long journey to Glenville that evening. Many thanks to all who helped and supported the team in any way on the night.
Team: O Cosgrove, D Lucey, C McDonald, B Murphy, P Delaney, O Broderick, G Sinclair, R McCarthy, R Sinclair, K O’Toole, D Motherway, C Fitzgibbon, C Coughlan, J Guerin, D O’Connor, A O’Connell.
U13 Hurling League:
It was similarly a story of two halves in our opening Eastern A Hurling League game on Saturday, when we travelled to Ballyanly Sports Complex to take on Inniscarra. On a miserable evening, we played against the wind in the first half and were 4-5 to 1-1 down at half time. Our second half performance was much better and we managed to reduce the margin to the minimum but the clock beat us and we lost on a scoreline of 5-3 to 4-7. Well done to all the boys, and thanks to the Under 12s who travelled with us (Ben, Ciaran, Ciaran and Robbie) to replace our sick and unavailable players. Many thanks also to the parents who made two long journeys in one week to Glenville and to Inniscarra.
U-14s make it two from two
Eastern A HL: Killeagh-Ita’s 2-14 Youghal 3-6
The second league game of the Rebel Óg Eastern Fé 14 Hurling League took place in Páirc Uí Chinnéide on Thursday evening last, when we welcomed our other neighbours Youghal. Our boys had a good start, with Richie Long firing over 3 quick points, followed by a goal in the 5th minute, to give us a 6 point lead. Youghal responded by switching the impressive Kyle Brown onto Richie and he managed to curb Richie’s influence to some extent. Two goals for Youghal mid-way through the half left the score at 1-5 to 2-1 in our favour, and an Olan Broderick goal extended this lead. Just before half-time we conceded a third goal but late points from Padraig Leahy and Olan gave us an advantage of 2-8 to 3-3 at half time. The second half was much lower scoring, with defences on top, but Richie added five points (three from placed balls) and Adrian Galvin added another, while Youghal added three of their own. With very strong performances from Dylan Hogan and Padraig Leahy in defence, and a good second-half from Barry Motherway and Richie Landers, we held on to deservedly pick up our second set of league points.
Team: Darragh O’Connor, James Kent, Dylan Hogan, Daragh Geary, Barry Motherway, Padraig Leahy (0-1), Richie Landers, Ryan McCarthy, Adrian Galvin (0-2), Dara Motherway, Kieran Daly, Richie Long (1-9), Andrew Foley, Olan Broderick (1-1), Olin Hennessy (0-1). Subs: Danny Cunningham, Owen Cosgrove, Tommy Noonan, Daniel Lucey, Oisin McCarthy, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Tommy Noonan, David Kelly.
Our Under 13s had two games in the past week. On Monday we travelled with a depleted squad to Glenville, with Under 12s Brian Murphy and Christian Coughlan helping us out (Brian scored a nice goal towards the end) by travelling to play this opening game in the Eastern A Football League. We were no match for a strong Glenville team, although our second-half performance gave some hope for the future.
U12 Played well in terrible conditions
For the second week running our U12s played a hurling match in very hard conditions. Battling the cold and rain the lads played well to get 1 win out of 1. This was the lads first hurling league match of the year against Erins Own. They got a great start and continued on from that. Final score Killeagh-Itas 7-8 to Erins Own 1-9. Well done lads another great performance
Team
Christian Coughlan Ryan Farquhar Brian Murphy Tommy Mc Carthy Padraig Landers Robbie Treacy Daniel Doherty Colm Treacy David Collins Evan Lane Ben O’Connor Ciaran Leahy Remy Bernard Ciaran O’Rourke Darragh Coleman Padraig Mackey
Scorers
Ben O’Connor 2-2 Ciaran Leahy 3-4 Daniel Doherty 1-0 Ciaran O’Rourke 1-2

U7 & U8
Our boys had last Saturday off from training due to weather conditions. On Saturday next they are travelling to Carrigtowhill to take part in a hurling monster
GAA Cúl Camps 2014
It all starts here. Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for children aged 6 – 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment – and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp bookings are now open for 2014. For more information visit http://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
TWEET AND FOLLOW!
With all that’s going on, Twitter is one way of keeping in touch, so check out @killeaghitas on http://www.twitter.com. It’s the place to find out all your Killeagh-Ita’s news and much more besides.

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C March 31st 2014.

Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday March 25th were 3, 7, 17 and 21.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €7200.
Lucky dip winners were Rita Lane, R. Higgins, David Scully and B & M Broderick.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Fixtures / Results:
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
Juvenile News:
Fixtures/Results:
Minor Football League Fixture; Killeagh-Itas 1-09 Aghada 4-10 played in Killeagh on Tues Mar 25th
Minor Football League Fixture; Killeagh- Itas 1-08 Fr. O’Neills 1-06 played in Killeagh on Thur Mar 27th
Minor Football Championship; Killeagh-Itas 1-11 Glanmire 3-13 played in Cobh on Sunday March 30th
U14 Hurling League; Killeagh-Itas 3-08 Kiltha Óg 3-07 played in Killeagh on Fri Mar 28th
U11 Football; Killeagh-Itas 2-03 Kiltha Óg1-07 played in Killeagh on Fri Mar 28th
U13 Football League; Killeagh-Itas versus Glenville on Monday March 31st in Glenville at 6.45pm
Minor Football:
Killeagh-Itas minor footballers played Glanmire in their first round championsip tie in Cobh on Sunday, March 30th. It was a very good game for those who travelled to see the lads in action as the match required twenty minutes of extra time to separate the teams. From the throw-in, Killeagh-Itas were first to the ball and were first to get on the scoreboard with a point from play. They continued to play very well and added two more points before Glanmire got off the mark. Glanmire held the initiative and were level on three points each after twenty minutes of play. Killeagh-Itas then regained the advantage and went in at the break leading by 0-05 to 0-04. However, Glanmire came out the stronger of the two in the second half and picked off some nice points to race into a three point lead before Killeagh-Itas broke their second half duck. Shortly after opening their second-half account, disaster struck as Killeagh-Itas lost their goalkeeper for a black card offence and conceded a goal from the resultant penalty. All hands to the pump then for the remains of the second half and they showed great mettle in overcoming a five point deficit to gain a draw at the ned of normal time with both teams scoring 1-10 each. Unfortunately though, they failed to shine for the duration of the extra time and managed to add one point from play while Glanmire scored 2-03 to run out winners on a final score of Glanmire 3-13 to Killeagh-Itas 1-11. Killeagh-Itas must now wait and see who their opponents will be in a qualifier round.
Team: C Walsh, J O’Rourke, B McCarthy, E O’Connor, K Murphy, G Leahy, C Ryan-Hyde, B Delaney, D Ogbebor, P Delaney, D O’Brien, C Greene, D Landers, S Smiddy, E Murphy.
Subs: D Cusack, C Cusack, S Desmond, D Cahill, D Smiddy, K Fennelly, A Leahy.

U-13 Football:
Our young footballers had a challenge game against Kiltha Óg on Saturday last, March 29th in Killeagh. Despite the poor weather there was a great turnout of players for the game. Both teams enjoyed a very worthwhile work-out ahead of forthcoming league games. There was a good display of individual skills and also good teamwork skills from both teams and both sets of mentors were very satisfied with the challenge. Killeagh-Itas U13’s would like to sincerely thank the Kiltha Óg players, mentors and parents/supporters for travelling over for the game despite the very poor weather. Our U13’s play their first football league game against Glenville on Monday evening, March 31st in Glenville at 6.45pm
Fun Quiz is Great Fun!
Thursday night last saw Killeagh Hall packed to the rafters for the first annual Killeagh-Ita’s Fun Quiz for Primary School Pupils. A massive 46 teams participated, with all corners of the hall and stage full to capacity, catering for pupils from all the schools in the parish, as well as teams from Clonpriest, Castlemartyr, Scoil Choráin, Youghal, Ballintotis and Knockanore. The heads were scratched and the brains racked for almost two hours and 100 questions, and at the end the honours went to one of the Castlemartyr teams who had a great score, Caoimhe Barry, Odhran Cantwell, Ronan Hayes and Conor Ronayne, missing only 4 questions all night. Teams from Inch NS and Killeagh NS followed, just one point behind, while spot prizes were also won by teams from Kyle and Inch. The proceeds of the night were shared between Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA and Inch Foróige who are sending a group to Kolkata in India next month. Well done to all involved and to everyone who helped on the night and a big thank you to all the young boys and girls who came and gave it their best shot! We’re looking forward to the 2015 quiz already.
U-14 Hurling:
Classic game ends in one-point victory
Killeagh-Ita’s 3-8, Kiltha Óg 3-7
The opening league game of the Rebel Óg Eastern Fé 14 Hurling League took place in the Field of Dreams under lights in Páirc Uí Chinnéide on Friday evening last, when we welcomed our neighbours Kiltha Óg. From the first whistle (Jim Daly in good control throughout), this was a rip-roaring encounter with great hurling and effort displayed by both sides. Our boys settled quickly, with Richie Long on the mark with an early point and goal. Olin Hennessy, Adrian Galvin and Ryan McCarthy were striking lots of good ball in the middle third, while Dylan Hogan and Padraig Leahy were dominant in defence. Kiltha came back with some good points, mostly from frees, and just before half-time they drew level, 1-3 to 0-6. Then Olan Broderick, who had just been introduced as a sub, made a quick impression with a fine goal to give our boys a three point interval lead. Kiltha came out all guns blazing in the second half, and two goals in the first ten minutes gave them a lead of 2-7 to 2-4. Shortly after, Cian McDonald won possession and burst in and kicked a fine goal to level the match, and tow further points (Olan and Richie) put us 2 ahead. Back came Kiltha with their third goal on 50 minutes to lead by 3-7 to 3-6. Both teams had chances to score but both defences were heroic. However Richie Long came up trumps with two points, one from a free and one from play, to close out the game and give us victory by the narrowest of margins. Well done to both teams for contributing to a great game, no doubt these two teams will meet again in the course of 2014.
Team: Darragh O’Connor, James Kent, Dylan Hogan, Daragh Geary, Barry Motherway, Padraig Leahy, Robert Sinclair, Ryan McCarthy, Adrian Galvin, Andrew Foley, Liam McCarthy, Richie Long (1-7), Kieran Daly, Cian McDonald (1-0), Olin Hennessy. Subs: Olan Broderick (1-1), Danny Cunningham, Dara Motherway, Richie Landers.
U12
Our U12’s travelled to play a practice hurling game in Dungarvan. They played very well to gain the win in very wet conditions.
Training is next Thurs night. The first hurling league match is next Fri 04/04/2014 v Erins Own at 6pm in Erins Own. Please support.
U11
Killeagh-Itas v Kiltha Óg
The Killeagh-Itas Fé 11 footballers started their league campaign on Friday night with a very competitive contest with Kiltha Óg in Killeagh-Itas. Starting into a stiff wind we defended very strongly and played some great football to finish the half level with one goal and a point to Kiltha’s four points. The second half saw Killeagh-Itas play all the football and only for some great play from the visiting goalkeeper our boys would have been well ahead. This was a very robust contest with some fantastic skills on display from both sides. Our second goal midway into the second half saw the Killeagh-Itas boys enter the final minute 2 points to the good. The final kick of the game saw Killeagh-Itas disappointed as we shipped a goal against the run of play to lose the match by a single point. Each and every one of our boys played their hearts out. Our defence was very solid with Colm Treacy and George Walsh standing out while at midfield Evan Lane and Jamie Fogarty ruled the roost. Up front Paidi Mackey played a stormer with Aaron Fitzgibbon also standing out.
U7 & U8
On Saturday last, Killeagh GAA club hosted the 1st U7 & U8 monster football blitz of the year. Teams from Killeagh, St Itas, St Coleman’s, Youghal, Carrignavar and Lisgoold attended. Killeagh fielded three teams. These boys gave a great display of kicking and hand passing skills during their games. The last couple of weeks training have reaped its rewards. Refreshments were given out on the day to both adults and children. Thanks to all that helped out on the day. Training is next Sat morning at 10am. The hurling Blitz is on Sat 12/04/14.

TWEET AND FOLLOW!
With all that’s going on, Twitter is one way of keeping in touch, so check out @killeaghitas on http://www.twitter.com. It’s the place to find out all your Killeagh-Ita’s news and much more besides.

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C March 24th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday March 18th were 3, 4, 16 and 27.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €7000.
Lucky dip winners were Agnes Fitzgerald, Peggy O’Neill, Sean Crowley and Brendan Keniry.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Scrap Saturday:
Killeagh GAA Club are holding a scrap metal collection in aid of the club. The collection date has been fixed for Saturday March 29th. Please set the day aside to gather up any waste/scrap metal and the like and take it down to the clubhouse. You can deposit all forms of metal as well as any unwanted farm machinery, batteries, electrical goods etc. Collections from any address can also be accommodated by contacting Kieran Scully 085 8037343 and Adrain Budds on 087 9872388.
Fixtures / Results:
SHL: Killeagh 0-10 Sarsfields 0-13 played in Killeagh on Saturday March 22nd at 6.30pm
U21 Football C’Ship: Glenbower Rovers 0-14 Cloyne 1-03 played in Killeagh on Friday 21st at 8.00pm
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
U21 Football C’Ship
On Friday evening last Glenbower Rovers welcomed Cloyne to Killeagh for a 1/4 final clash in the U21 football championship. On a cold but calm evening Glenbower took early control of this game with our midfield and half backs and half forward lines working hard but failed to make this adequately count on the scoreboard and an eager Cloyne outfit made them pay with a good goal coming up to half time leaving the score 7pts to 1-2 at the break. Glenbower upped the tempo in the second half but again were guilty of missing some good chances in front of goal. However this didn’t upset them and some great scores from O’Brien and Cahill pushed them into a good lead and when the Cloyne full back picked up his 2nd yellow card and they were reduced to 14 players, Killeagh were able to finish out the game picking off some good scores, but credit to a young Cloyne team they made Glenbower work hard for these scores and the game ended with the home team advancing to the semi-final on a score of 14pts to 1-3. Glenbower Rovers now advance to a semi final meeting with Glenville who had a good win over a fancied Castlelyons side on Saturday evening.

Team: 1.Colin Cunningham 2. Ben Wharton 3. Mark Coleman 4. Bobby McCarthy 5. Darragh Cahill 6. Allen Keniry 7. Aidan Morrison 8. Ciaran O’Brien 9. David Cahill 10. Colin Cunningham 11. Mathew Murphy 12. Jerome Glavin 13. Shane Smiddy 14. Daniel Walsh 15. Declan Long.
Subs used Dylan Coleman, David Murphy and Dermot Motherway.
Golf Society:
Membership fees for GAA Club and Golf Society are now due. Golf Society membership fee is €30 on top of Killeagh GAA Club membership.
Society Outings
First outing of 2014 will be to Youghal Golf Club on Sunday March 30th. Further information and time sheet details are with Ray Rochford on 0872330054 and visitors are welcome to play.
Juvenile News:
Feile Football 2014
Our U14 football squad took part in the round robin series of qualifiers for this years Feile competition. Eire Og hosted both Killeagh-Itas and Sliabh Rua on Saturday March 22nd. They played Sliabh Rua in their first game at 11.00am. Although Sliabh Rua were very strong they fought hard in the first half and felt unlucky in not scoring by half-time. Then, from the throw-in for the second half, they gifted them two goals before they got into the contest. They managed to get a grip of themselves and, playing the football their mentors want them to play, they outscored their opponents in the second half. they scored two goals and two points but it was not enough to gain a win.
They played the hosts, Eire Og, in their second game at 1.00pm. They were a far superior outfit and played a cracking brand of fast and furious football. The lads changed their line-up to try and combat their opponents style but they were equal to any challenge that came their way. They won out easily in the end but Killeagh-Itas did manage to keep them scoreless for the entire second half.
Despite the two losses it was good for the club and the squad to take part in a national competition and there were plenty of positives to take home. A squad of twenty-five players turned up for the two games and everyone played a part in the games. They had good support from the parents who came to see the games. They were provided with food and drinks in comfortable surroundings by the host club Eire Og and they looked after the players and mentors very well during the visit. The players themselves played as well as they could and despite the momentous task they faced at times, they never let their heads go down and continued to fight until the end of each game. Also a big thank you to their coaches who give their time to train and teach the lads.
U16’s
Killeagh-Ita’s 3-7 St. Colman’s 1-6
As the headline says, it did exactly like it said on the tin. Our second league game of the season was played in Páirc Uí Chinnéide on Saturday 22nd March. Despite breaking even in possession in the first half, at times we made some bad decisions which cost us as St. Colman’s caught us on the break more than once to leave us trailing 1-6 to 1-1 at halftime. However, we literally kicked on in the second half and made much better use of the possession we were still winning comfortably. Kevin Murphy and Cathal Deane won an amount of ball in midfield and scores by Eoin Fitzgibbon and Jamie Landers to mention a few meant that by full time we were comfortable 3-7 to 1-6 winners. St. Colman’s were kept scoreless in the second half and this was a well deserved win for the lads on home soil. Thanks to all the players for their commitment, particularly to the Under 14 boys (Adrian, Richie and Dylan) who made themselves available after having already played two Féile football games in Ovens that morning.
Team: Adrian Galvin, Luke Fogarty, Emmet Barron, Shane Kearney, Christy Coughlan, Jack O’Rourke, Fergal Smiddy, David Ogbebor, Cathal Deane, Eoin Fitzgibbon, Kevin Murphy, Keane Kelly Budds, Fionn McDonnell, Jamie Landers, Aaron Walsh. Subs: Andrew Leahy, Sean Walsh, Jamie Clifford, Dylan Hogan, Richie Long.
U10 footballers begin their 2014 season in Rostellan
The Rebel Óg U10 Monster Blitz season began last Saturday with Gaelic Football in idyllic Aghada. It was, as normal, a smoothly run event where we had a great turn out of 22 players. Two evenly split teams were fielded with our teams playing three games each against Aghada, Cobh (2 teams), Youghal (2 teams) and Glanmire. The overall results package included 3 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats. The base skill level shown by Killeagh was quite high as was in evidence in previous training sessions but the most positive aspect with this group of players is their willingness to learn the skills of the game and put them into practise every time they play. The teams on Saturday were:
Team 1: Daniel Walsh, Conor Meade, Rory Motherway, Tommy Morrison, Danny Fitzgerald, Darragh O’Brien, Pierce Geary, Eoin Kelly, Sean O’ Riordan, Jack O’Connor, Ruairi Mackey, Diarmuid Buckley.
Team 2: Ben Budds, Callum Martin Whyte, Ben Fogarty, David Buckley, Fergal Danaher, Ciaran Brennan, Dylan McCarthy, Colm Leahy, Daniel Griffin, Fergal Danaher.
U7 & U8
Killeagh Ita’s under 7 and 8 boys have been back training for hurling and football since 15th February last and are all working very hard on their skills in preparation for their first monster blitz of the year.
We started off with training in the ball alley for the first three weeks but we have taken to the pitch for the last few weeks and braved the elements.
All players should be at the pitch by 10.00 am ready for action. We expect to field three teams and we are really looking forward to the Monster Blitz.
U12
Killeagh-Itas 6-13 St Vincent’s 0-8
Our U12 opened their league campaign in great style last Saturday afternoon. Playing with the wind in the first half, our forwards were in super form scoring 4 goals and 11 points. Our backs held strong holding St Vincent’s scoreless in the first half. In the second half the lads played a steady game scoring 2-2 and were well in control only allowing St Vincent’s 8 points. Well done lads
Team
Christian Coughlan Brian Murphy Ryan Farquhar Padraig Landers Remy Bernard Robbie Treacy Ben Jennings David Collins Ben O’Connor Adam Danagher Ciaran Leahy Paul Kent Darragh Coleman Ciaran O’Rourke David Scully Daniel Doherty
Scorers
Ben O’Connor 3-6 Paul Kent 1-1 Ciaran Leahy 0-3 Adam Danagher 1-0 Darragh Coleman 1-0 Christian Coughlan 0-1 Robbie Treacy 0-1 Ciaran O’Rourke 0-1

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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C March 17th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday March 11th were 2, 6, 18 and 19.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €6800
Lucky dip winners were Margaret O’Keeffe, Sean Treacy, Adrian Bowers and Bernie Irwin.. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.

Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Scrap Saturday:
Killeagh GAA Club are holding a scrap metal collection in aid of the club. The collection date has been fixed for Saturday March 29th. Please set the day aside to gather up any waste/scrap metal and the like and take it down to the clubhouse. You can deposit all forms of metal as well as any unwanted farm machinery, batteries, electrical goods etc. Collections from any address can also be accommodated by contacting Kieran Scully 085 8037343 and Adrain Budds on 087 9872388.
Fixtures / Results:
SHL: March 17th Midleton 0-20 Killeagh 1-17 played in Midleton
U21 Football C’Ship: Killeagh 1-11 Fr.O’Neills 1-09 played in Killeagh on Friday 14th at 8.00pm
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
Golf Society:
Membership fees for GAA Club and Golf Society are now due. Golf Society membership fee is €30 on top of Killeagh GAA Club membership.
Society Outings
First outing of 2014 will be to Youghal Golf Club on Sunday March 30th. Further information and time sheet details are with Ray Rochford on 0872330054 and visitors are welcome to play.

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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C March 10th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday Feb 25th were 14, 21, 25 and 28.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €6600
Lucky dip winners were Ryan Farquhar, Martin O’Connor, Paddy and Mary McGrath and Shane Scully.
The Club Lotto Draw takes place each Tuesday night and many thanks to all for supporting our club lotto.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Scrap Saturday:
Killeagh GAA Club are holding a scrap metal collection in aid of the club. The collection date has been fixed for Saturday March 29th. Please set the day aside to gather up any waste/scrap metal and the like and take it down to the clubhouse. You can deposit all forms of metal as well as any unwanted farm machinery, batteries, electrical goods etc. Collections from any address can also be accommodated by contacting Kieran Scully 085 8037343 and Adrain Budds on 087 9872388.
Fixtures:
SHL: March 17th Midleton versus Killeagh at 12 noon in Midleton
U21 Football C’Ship: Killeagh versus Fr.O’Neills in Killeagh on Friday 14th at 8.00pm
Cork SHC: Killeagh versus Glen Rovers in Midleton on Saturday May 31st at 7.00pm
Golf Society:
Membership fees for GAA Club and Golf Society are now due. Golf Society membership fee is €30 on top of Killeagh GAA Club membership.
Away-Weekend of Golf
The Killeagh GAA Golf Society had their annual away weekendthis past weekend where they went to Killarney. It was yet another enjoyable and successful weekendstaying in The Randlescourt Hotel over two nights with B&B and an evening dinner. They played Mahony’s Point on Friday 7th March and Beaufort on Saturday 8th March. Winners from the weekend were as follows: E. Hayes-70pts, Kevin Conlon-63pts, Ger Fitzgibbon-60pts, Ann Rochford-60pts.
JUVENILE NEWS
Training
U9 & U10 training in Killeagh Inch all weather pitch Tues 6.30pm
U11 & U12 training in Killeagh Inch all weather pitch Tues 7.30pm

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March 9th Killeagh-Ita’s versus Passage

Killeagh-Ita’s under 14 football squad played their second league match of the campaign on Sunday in Killeagh. Passage travelled down to play and both teams served up a great match under reasonably good weather conditions. The strong wind was a key factor in the game and playing with it in the first half, Passage were well in control and led at the break on a score of Killeagh-Ita’s 0-02 Passage 2-05. Playing with the wind in the second half, our lads increased the pressure on their opponents but could not get the breaks to put scores on the board. Passage went on to win the game with a score of 3-07 to Killeagh-Ita’s 0-07. Well done to all involved in a good overall performance and also a big thanks to all the parents who attended the game and gave great support to the players.
Team: Karl O’Toole, James Kent, Darragh Geary, Cian Mc Donald, Olan Broderick, Dylan Hogan, Kieran Daly, Padraig Leahy, Liam McCarthy, Richard Landers, Adrian Galvin, Richard Long, Olan Hennessey, Ryan McCarthy, Paul Delaney.
Subs: Darragh OConnor, Jonathan Guerin, Owen Cosgrove, Oisin McCarthy, Aaron O’Connell, Andrew Foley, Olan Coleman, Tommy Noonan.

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C March 3rd 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows:
Numbers drawn on Tuesday Feb 25th were 10, 16, 19 and 25.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €6400
Lucky dip winners were Carmel Barry, Michael O’Reilly, David and Brigid O’Keeffe and Mary Collins/Olivia Scully.
The Club Lotto Draw takes place each Tuesday night and many thanks to all for supporting our club lotto.
Club Shop;
The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from 10.30am to 11.30am. Plan a visit to your club shop where you can choose from a wide selection of sports accessories in your club colours. Replica jerseys (all sizes), shorts, training clothing, etc. are available for all ages Please support your club by purchasing from the club shop.
Scrap Saturday:
Killeagh GAA Club are holding a scrap metal collection in aid of the club and a revised collection date has yet to be confirmed.
Teams:
Senior Hurling
Killeagh senior hurling team opened their league campaign on Saturday evening last, March 1st on Killeagh’s sand based pitch. In front of a very appreciative crowd and under difficult weather conditions they secured a great win over Newtownshandrum.
Killeagh 0-19 Newtownshandrum 1-14

Glenbower Rovers Junior Football
Our Division 3 Jr football team eventually took to the field to play Aghada in the 2nd round of this league on Sunday afternoon. After the initial fixture was called off due to weather conditions on Wednesday night. we played this game in Pilmore.
With a lot of players missing for various reasons we were delighted to have 18 players tog out and to a man they put in a great effort over the hour to secure our second win in this competition and sets us up well for the remainder of the league.
We started the first half with the aid of a nice breeze and while Aghada went two points up early on we settled well when a high ball was launched into the square by Mathew Murphy for Noel o Connor to contest and get the neatest of touches to finish the ball to the net. Mathew Murphy added another point before Paul Keniry showed lovely skill to beat his man and finish the ball to the net with a well taken goal. Aghada had two more points before Mathew finished the half with a well taken point to leave us two points to the good 2-2 to 1-3.
Playing into the breeze in the second half we wondered was 2 points enough. Aghada started well and picked off five unanswered points to leave them three up half way through the second half. We appeared to be on the back foot until that man Paul Keniry slipped away from his marker and received a great pass and he made no mistake in bagging our third goal and levelling the game. This gave the team a great lift and driven on by an energetic half back line of Cusack, Morrison and Keniry we added the next to points from the hardworking Jack Farrelly and Ger Collins. However Aghada were not going to go down without a fight and they added two great points form distance to level the match. The two teams tried their utmost to get the advantage in the last five minutes and Glenbower Rovers were the team to prevail when again Paul Keniry was found with a lovely pass in space in front of goal when he was fouled and Mathew Murphy converted the resulting free to go one up and we held out for a good hard fought win. The effort and commitment of the the lads that togged was second to none and deserved their victory.

Team 1. Colin Walsh 2. Dermot Motherway 3. Conor McNamara 4. Jim Heffernan 5. Conor Cusack 6. Aidan Morrison 7. Brendan Keniry 8. Ger Collins(1pt) 9. Dylan Coleman 10. Paul Keniry(2gls) 11Mathew Murphy (3pts)12. Jack Farrelly(1pt) 13. Eric Murphy 14. Noel O Connor(1gl)15. Declan Long
Subs used Brendan Murphy and Dominic Byrne both half time.
Golf Society:
Annual Margaret Rochford and Tom Fitzgibbon Memorial Trophies:
A very successful charity outing was held in West Waterford Golf Club on Tuesday, February 25th. Seventy three players turned up to play golf for the Open Invitational Margaret Rochford and Tom Fitzgibbon Memorial Trophies with proceeds going to the charity, Active Cancer Treatment (ACT). Sixty four of those who played golf remained for dinner that evening in the clubhouse dining room. West Waterford Golf Club Captain for 2014, Mr. Bertie Hallahan welcomed all the players to West Waterford and said it was a fantastic turnout for a very worthy cause and was a credit to all the organisers. He looked forward to seeing everybody back at West Waterford in 2015 and handed over the prize giving duties to Mr. Ray Rochford. Overall winners were Mr. Liam Hansbury and Mr. Ger Donnelly. Ray presented the Margaret Rochford trophy to Liam Hansbury who is out on his own in the roll of honour with a third victory followed by Sean Treacy, Colin Fogarty and Ray Rochford with 2 wins each. Ger Fitzgibbon presented the Tom Fitzgibbon trophy to an emotional Ger Donnelly whose father, Haulie, from Father O’Neills was a very great friend of Tom Fitzgibbon. Ray congratulated both players on two great scorecards for the day. He thanked everybody for taking part in the outing and gave special mention to those who travelled long distances to play on the day. He also gave a very special welcome back to golf to Sean Treacy who played nine holes of golf, well done Sean. He praised and thanked Mr. Austin Spratt and all the staff at West Waterford Golf Club in helping with the outing and also for the fantastic course and facilities and also for keeping the rain away. Results were as follows: Liam Hansbury (13) 42 pts, Ger Donnelly (17) 41 pts, John power (12) 40 ptsb9, Best Gross David Condon (6) 34pts, Tom Butler (13) 40 ptsb9, Shane Kelly (6) 40 ptsb9, Fintan Gee (19) 40 pts
Away-Weekend of Golf
Killeagh GAA Golf Society are delighted to announce details of their annual away weekend of golf for 2014. It will take place on the weekend of March 7th and 8th. A great value weekend deal has been secured at the Randelscourt Hotel in Killarney where the cost per person sharing for 2 nights B&B and 1 dinner is €129. To book your stay please phone the Randlescourt direct on 0646635333 quoting Killeagh GAA Group Deal. Golf will be played on Friday and Saturday in Mahony’s Point and Killeens. Both courses offer fine course and clubhouse facilities and lend themselves to enjoyable golf breaks.
Date for your Diary
Round our Way is a brand new 8 part Documentary Series by CRY104fm made in association with The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) looking at the importance of Community ties, Spirit, Organisations and Activities available to people in rural Ireland.
It will examine the importance of these organisations in keeping the identity and history of the community alive and bring people of all ages together.
Community Organisations, Sports Organisations, Theatre and Drama Activities, will all participate and the series will be aired on CRY 104 fm.
The Killeagh Series is booked for Tuesday 4th March for the supper room in Killeagh Hall. Mick Sheehan will be doing the interviews on the night and we hope all clubs and organisations will participate.
JUVENILE NEWS
Killeagh-Itas: U9, U10, U11 & U12 Hurling Leagues
Red Team: Daniel Doherty, Robbie Treacy, Adam Danagher, Colm Treacy, Rory Lynch, Darragh O’Leary, Pierce Geary, Dylan Mc Carthy & Fergal Danagher.
Green Team: Darragh Coleman, Ciaran Leahy, Tony Mc Carthy, Eoin Brenner, Dale Mc Mahon, Colm Leahy, Ben Fogarty, Jack O’Connor & Eoin Kelly.
Orange Team: Ryan Farquhar, Ciaran O’Rourke, Ben Jennings, Evan Lane, George Walshe, Callum Martin-White, Daniel Walsh & Sean O’Riordan.
White Team: David Collins, Ben O’Connor, Remy Bernard, Jamie Fogarty, Jack Flanagan, Conor Meade, Danny Fitzgerald & Darragh O’Brien.
Blue Team: Paul Kent, Christian Coughlan, Darragh Buckley, Aaron Fitzgibbon, Colm Landers, Ciaran Brennan, Rory Motherway & Diarmuid Buckley.
Yellow Team: Padraig Landers, Brian Murphy, David Scully, Padraig Mackey, David Buttimer, Ian Landers, Ben Budds, Tommy Morrison & Ruarai Mackey.
Killeagh-Itas U9, U10, U11 & U12. The leagues came to a close last Tuesday night when 3 finals were played. A great display of hurling was given by all players and great credit should be given to each one. Three trophies were presented to captains Padraig, David and Daniel and each captain in turn thanked their own players, their opponents but most importantly, their mentors for taking the time to train and coach them. Refreshments were provided for all-comers during the finals and it was a fabulous night for all in attendance. Killeagh Itas Juvenile Gaa Club would like to thank the parents for bringing their children to the matches and to everyone who helped out over the six weeks. Killeagh/Inch All Weather Pitch is a superb sporting venue and a great asset to the community.
First Final
Padraig Landers (Yellows) team beat Paul Kent’s Blue team by 12 goals to 2 goals.
Second Final
David Collins white team beat Ryan Farquhar’s orange team by 9 goals to 8 goals and 2 point.
Third Final
Daniel Doherty’s Red team drew with the Green team captained by Darragh Coleman after extra time by 13 goals and 1 point a piece
Training
U9 & U10 training in Killeagh Inch all weather pitch Tues 6.30pm
U11 & U12 training in Killeagh Inch all weather pitch Tues 7.30pm

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March 1st Killeagh-Ita’s versus Erins Own

Killeagh-Ita’s under 14 football squad finally got to open their league campaign on Saturday in Pilmore. Erins Own travelled down to play and both teams served up an exciting match under favourable weather conditions. The lads and their mentors have suffered numerous set-backs in their preparations for the league due to recent adverse weather conditions and were delighted to be able to play a match at long last. It was even nicer to start the campaign with a win and that was the case last Saturday. The teams were level at half-time having put 2 goals and 5 points each on the scoreboard but Killeagh-Ita’s outscored their opponents in the second half by a single point with the final score being Killeagh-Ita’s 3-07 to Erin’s Own 2-09. Key to Killeagh-Ita’s victory was the hard work and effort put in by every player from the squad in all areas and their limited training and practise sessions to date certainly paid off. Well done to all involved in a great start to the league and also a big thanks to all the parents who attended the game and gave great support to the players.
Team: Andrew Foley, James Kent, Darragh Geary, Daniel Lucey, Barry Motherway, Dylan Hogan, George Sinclair, Padraig Leahy, Liam McCarthy, Robert Sinclair, Kieran Daly, Richard Long, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Adrian Galvin, Olan Hennessey.
All subs were used: David Kelly, Danny Cunningham, Darragh Motherway.