NEWSLETTER FOR W/C Sept 29th 2014

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €12400.
Numbers drawn were 4, 6, 11 and 16.
Lucky dip winners were Shareen Dent, Padraig Mc Grath, Noreen Crotty and Lauren Barry.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Wear the Green
We continue to ask the community to put up the Green and White in support of all our teams. Our U21’s have now reached the County Final after a comprehensive victory over Na Piarsaigh last Friday night in Pairc Ui Rinn. Be seen and wear the Green.
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.
Golf Society:
Next outing is to Bunclody for Tuesday Group Golf. Further details on times and cost available from Ray Rochford on 0872330054
Results;
County JAFC Quarter-Final: Glenbower Rovers 0-07 Millstreet 2-05
East Cork JBFC: Ballinacurra 2-15 Glenbower Rovers 0-02
East Cork JAFC: Carrig Na bhFearr 0-05 Glenbower Rovers 0-07
East Cork JFL Div 3 Glenbower Rovers 1-09 Cloyne 0-09
Juvenile News:
Results;
Cork County U21 Hurling Semi-Final : Killeagh-Ita’s 3-17 Na Piarsaigh 1-07
Cork County Minor Hurling Final Replay: Killeagh-Ita’s 2-14 Sarsfields 3-12
Minors Fall Short in Epic Replay
Sarsfields 3-14, Killeagh-Ita’s 2-16
Our brave minor boys gave us another hour of drama and excitement along with Sarsfields in Páirc Ui Rinn on Monday evening last in the Rebel Óg Premier 1 Carrigaline Court Minor Hurling Final Replay. This game was every bit as good as the drawn game, with brilliant scores, tackling and commitment from both sides. It was a hard one to lose, given that we had two chances to draw level in the last 2 minutes, as well as other opportunities throughout the game. Darragh O’Brien’s unavailability through injury was a big loss to our team, although everyone gave of their very best and no-one could be questioned on their effort or perseverance. Andrew Leahy and Dan Landers were our goalscorers, but we had heroes throughout the field, with Kevin Murphy, Killian Treacy, Padraig Walsh and Brendan Delaney again showing great heart and skill from first to last. Shane Smiddy and Bobby McCarthy, our joint captains, led by example with brilliant displays, while Colin Walsh in goal gave another outstanding performance (couldn’t stop any of the 3 goals conceded) and Eoghan Keniry was back to his brilliant best once again. It is of course disappointing to lose by a point after over two hours of hurling, but all these boys on the panel and their mentors Niall, Colm and Brendan can hold their heads high after an outstanding year in which they gave us great thrills throughout. There are four years of Under 21 to look forward to for the Under 18s on the team, including a County Final on October 11th against Clonakilty. For the Under 16s and 17s, there’s next year’s Minor campaign to be planning for, no doubt ye will give it your best shot!
Team: Colin Walsh, Jack O’Rourke, Bobby McCarthy, Eoin O’Connor, Kevin Murphy, Darragh Cahill, Brendan Delaney, Cathal Deane, Eoghan Keniry, Padraig Walsh, Gary Leahy, Shane Smiddy, Andrew Leahy, Dan Landers, Killian Treacy. Subs used: Padraig Delaney, Dan Smiddy.

Congrats to Cork’s Greatest Team
So Kilkenny proved themselves (as if there was ever any doubt) to be the greatest hurling team of all time in defeating Tipperary in Páírc an Chrócaigh on Saturday evening last, and Brian Cody’s statue is getting bigger by the year! However, we have our own team in Cork that can match anything the Kilkenny hurlers can do, and they are our Ladies Football team. Since 2005 they have played in nine All-Ireland Senior Football Finals and won all nine. Surely their performance in coming back from the dead against Dublin on Sunday last (10 points down with 15 minutes to go) was their greatest ever, and proves beyond doubt that they are the greatest Cork GAA team of all time, bar none. Very few of us were around in 1941-1946 to recall that great Cork hurling team, but these girls are incomparable. How lucky we are that we’ve had Inch Rovers players on the team from the start, with Ann Marie Walsh, our 2013 captain, and Annie Walsh, making great contributions in the last few years. But surely the remarkable achievement of Angela Walsh in winning her ninth All-Ireland Ladies Football title (along with others on the team) just two weeks after winning a Camogie All-Ireland is something that people will be talking about in fifty years time (when Angela might still be playing!). Let’s get that statue to Eamonn Ryan built quickly, and perhaps our City Council might shortly see fit to give this “Laoch” the much-deserved Freedom of Cork! Well done to you all, you are SIMPLY THE BEST!

Under 8s Have Fun In The Sun!

U12 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football
Results from September 25th
Hurling
Ciaran O Rourke’s blue team beat Padraig Landers green team by 9 goals and 3 points to 7 goal and 5 points.
Paul Kent’s orange team beat David Collins Red team by 4 goals and 3 points to 1 goal and 3 points.
Football
Robbie Treacy’s red team beat Ben O Connor’s green team by 8 goals and 1 point to 5 goals
Brian Murphy’s blue team beat Ciaran Leahy’s orange team by 10 goals and 2 points to 10 goals and 1 point.
Teams
Orange
Paul Kent (Hurling Captain) Ciaran Leahy (Football Captain) Remy Bernard Tony Mc Carthy David Scully Colm Treacy David Buttimer David Buckley Danny Fitzgerald
Green
Padraig Landers (Hurling Captain) Ben O Connor (Football Captain) Ryan Farquahar Darragh Coleman Callum Magner Ben Fogarty Aaron Fitzgibbon Ciaran Brennan Ben Budds Darragh O Leary
Red
David Collins (Hurling Captain) Robbie Treacy Football Captain) Christian Coughlan Darragh Buckley Colin Desmond Jamie Fogarty Eoin Brenner Rory Lynch Rory Motherway Conor Meade
Blue
Ciaran O Rourke (Hurling Captain) Brian Murphy (Football Captain) Ben Jenning Adam Danaher Daniel Doherty Paudie Mackey Colm Landers Jack Flanagan Daniel Walsh Tommy Morrison

U10 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football
Results from September 23th
Hurling
Daniel Walsh’s blue team beat Darragh O’ Leary’s green on a score line of 5 goals and 3 points to 4 goals
Rory Motherway yellow team beat Conor Meade’s red team by 4 goals and 2 point to 4 goal and 1 point.
Football
Ben Budds yellow team beat Ciaran Brennan’s blue team on a score line of 9 goals and 6 points to 1 goals and 1 points
David Buckley’s red team beat Ben Fogarty’s green team by 7 goals and 7 point to 1 goals and 2 points.
Teams
Blues​​​​​​
Daniel Walsh (Hurling captain) Ciaran Brennan (Football Captain) Callum Martin Whyte Eric Millerick Dylan McCarthy Ruairi Mackey Liam Considine Michael Doherty Barry Walsh Michael Donovan Colm Cowhig.
Yellows
Rory Motherway (Hurling Captain) Ben Budds (Football Captain) Evan Daly Fergal Danaher Darragh O’Brien Diarmuid Buckley Daniel Griffen Ethan O’Driscoll Ben Walsh Conor Burns Sean Lynch.
Reds
Conor Meade (Hurling Captain) David Buckley (Football Captain) Tommy Morrison Adam Long Pierse Geary Sean O’Riordan Luke Barrett Sean Meade James Connon Michael Gould Fionn Murphy (Inch).
Greens
Darragh O’Leary (Hurling Captain) Ben Fogarty (Football Captain) Danny Fitzgerald Aarom Millner Colm Leahy Jack O’Connor Eoin Kelly Fionn Murphy (Killeagh) Harry Connon Cathal Landers Jamie Hyde
U10 Parish League Finals
“A” Final Hurling and Football
Red V Yellow
“B” Final Hurling and Football
Green V Blue
Finals will take place Tues 30th @ 6.45pm under lights in Killeagh

U7 & U8
Too hot for some at the end of September! Would you believe it? On Saturday last the sun shone strongly while more than 300 boys aged 7 and 8 had the best day ever in Páirc Uí Chinnéide at the final Under 8 Hurling Monster Blitz, organised as usual with super efficiency by Sean Crowley and Shane Supple.
Killeagh played host to the last U7 and U8 monster hurling blitz of the year in unseasonably warm conditions. Twenty five teams showcased plenty of skill over the three games. Killeagh-Itas played Watergrasshill, St. Catherine’s and Castlelyons. The boys showed great determination in all three games and certainly deserved their medals, presented by Cork All-star Seamus Harnedy. Seamus was very generous with his time, taking photos and signing autographs for many of the kids. Seamie is a great role-model for these young boys, and his interest and dedication to his ‘ambassadorial’ role is obvious, given that he was one of the last to leave when all had settled at 1.00 p.m. on Saturday. Many thanks are also due to all the parents of the Killeagh Under 8 boys who helped with the catering as usual, and who had an extra job on Saturday as they went about their “Copper Collection” with a smile and a thank you! Well done to everyone once again on many jobs well done. A day to remember for boys and their families! Well done boys for all your hard work in training.

​​​​​​​​​​​NEWSLETTER FOR W/C Sept 22nd 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath

A Good Man Gone, Gone Too Soon
We begin our notes this week with sad news of the untimely passing of Sean Lavery after a short illness. Sean came to live in Killeagh parish at the end of the last century and immediately began imparting his vast Gaelic football coaching expertise to teams of all ages. In the intervening years, Sean helped numerous teams to success at regional and county level, especially many Inch Rovers under-age ladies football teams and Glenbower Rovers teams, including at Under 21 (County winners in 2011) and Junior level (East Cork winners 2011-2013). However, Sean was just as committed with many teams that didn’t enjoy success, for example, our Under 13 and Under 14 team who he coached this year along with Tom Kelly. In spite of his failing health, Sean was adamant last Saturday that he wanted to see his beloved Inch Rovers U12 Girls play in the County Semi-Final, and he gave his usual passionate half-time talk to the team. It was upsetting for these girls, the Under 13 and Under 14 boys, and all involved with Inch Rovers, Killeagh and St.Ita’s who knew Sean, when we heard of his passing on Tuesday morning. Our deepest sympathies go to Sean’s family – his wife Mary, son Ross, daughter Aisling, his brothers and sisters, nephews, nieces and extended family. Sean got a fine send-off on Thursday with a beautiful funeral Mass in his local Inch church, concelebrated by Fr. Tim Hazelwood and Fr. Pat Corkery, followed by burial in Killeagh and a get-together for all in Killeagh GAA Clubhouse. Many people had travelled from the other end of the country to pay their respects to Sean and it was of some comfort to them to learn of how well he had served his community through his coaching and volunteer work in the local GAA club. A big thank you to all those who came up trumps once again in helping out by providing trays and boxes of sandwiches, cakes and refreshments, and for serving the many who returned to Páirc Uí Chinnéide on Thursday. On days like this we realise that being part of a GAA club is much more than about seeking success on the field, important and all as that is. Goodbye Sean, your memory and your legacy will live on whenever Gaelic football is played in these parts.
Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €12200.
Numbers drawn were 4, 18, 23 and 24.
Lucky dip winners were Bridie Collins, Stacey Lewis, Paul Motherway and Clem C/O Mahony’s.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Wear the Green
We continue to ask the community to put up the Green and White in support of all our teams. The minor final replay takes place in Pairc Ui Rinn on Mon Sept 22nd at 7.30pm. Our U21’s County Semi-Final is being played on Fri Sept 26th against Na Piarsaigh in Pairc Ui Rinn at 6.15pm. Be seen and wear the Green.
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.
Results;
County JAFC Quarter-Final: Glenbower Rovers 0-07 Millstreet 2-05
East Cork JBFC: Ballinacurra 2-15 Glenbower Rovers 0-02
Juvenile News:
Results;
Cork County Minor Hurling Final : Killeagh-Ita’s 3-15 Sarsfields 2-18 Replay on Monday Sept 22nd in Pairc Ui Rinn at 7.30pm
Minor Hurlers Bring Big Buzz But Must Go Again
Carrigaline Court Premier 1 Minor Hurling County Final Killeagh-Ita’s 3-15, Sarsfields 2-18
Oh what a night! What a game! Like Kilkenny and Tipperary, this was one that neither side deserved to lose. From Gary Leahy’s opening point in the first minute to Sars’ equaliser in the 62nd, this was unbelievable stuff. Like they had done in the semi-final, our boys raced out of the blocks and had scorched into a 2-5 to 0-1 lead by the eighteenth minute. The two goals, from man-of-the-match Shane Smiddy on 16 minutes, and the second by Brendan Delaney two minutes later, were of the highest quality – Shane’s for his persistence and ruthless finish, Brendan’s for the exquisite teamwork involved and a ‘Playstation’ pass from Eoghan Keniry. Sars were struggling, but they gradually came into the game and a goal on 23 minutes followed by 5 quick points before half time narrowed our lead at the half hour to just one score as we led by 2-6 to 1-6. Our hopes were further dashed on the resumption as we had to continue battle without our centre-back Darragh O’Brien who had to retire after injury sustained in an accidental collision after just 5 minutes. Sars continued to score fine points but a brilliant Gary Leahy goal on 38 minutes gave us another cushion. However, Sars’ second goal on 42 minutes reduced the margin to two – 3-9 to 2-10 – and by the 46th minute, after 1-4 without reply, our opponents led by 2-14 to 3-10. Dan Landers (2), Dan Smiddy, Andrew Leahy and Shane Smiddy all got crucial points for us in a frantic final eleven minutes, but Sars kept their nerve and scored the final two points to draw the game and bring us all back to Páirc Ui Rinn for the eagerly awaited replay on Monday 22nd. We’ve won Under 12 and Under 13 league titles this year in extra time, hopefully we can do the same in the ‘extra hour’ of the Minor Final!
Team: Colin Walsh, Jack O’Rourke, Bobby McCarthy, Eoin O’Connor, Kevin Murphy, Darragh O’Brien, Darragh Cahill, Padraig Walsh (0-2), Brendan Delaney (1-0), Eoghan Keniry, Dan Landers (0-8, 0-6f), Shane Smiddy (1-2), Andrew Leahy (0-1), Gary Leahy (1-1), Killian Treacy. Subs used: Cathal Deane, Dan Smiddy (0-1).
Parish Leagues Continue To Thrill
Our Under 12 Parish Leagues got going on Thursday last with four games, two in football and two in hurling, while our Under 10 Leagues on Tuesday saw Round 2 of games. There’s great excitement and skill on display. Keep it going lads, we’re really enjoying watching and we hope ye are enjoying playing.
U12 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football Results from September 18th
Hurling
David Collins red team beat Padraig Landers green team by 4 goals and 6 points to 1 goal and 3 points.
Paul Kent’s orange team beat Ciaran O Rourke’s blue team by 5 goals and 7 points to 4 goals and 8 points.
Football
Robbie Treacy’s red team beat Brian Murphy’s blue team by 3 goals and 4 points to 1 goal and 2 points.
Ciaran Leahy’s orange team beat Ben O Connor’s green team by 9 goals and 5 points to 4 goals and 8 points.
Next round hurling & football Thursday September 25th at 5.45pm
Please wear your team colour
Please attend and don’t let your team down
Teams
Orange
Paul Kent (Hurling Captain) Ciaran Leahy (Football Captain) Remy Bernard Tony Mc Carthy David Scully Colm Treacy David Buttimer David Buckley Danny Fitzgerald
Green
Padraig Landers (Hurling Captain) Ben O Connor (Football Captain) Ryan Farquahar Darragh Coleman Callum Magner Ben Fogarty Aaron Fitzgibbon Ciaran Brennan Ben Budds Darragh O Leary
Red
David Collins (Hurling Captain) Robbie Treacy Football Captain) Christian Coughlan Darragh Buckley Colin Desmond Jamie Fogarty Eoin Brenner Rory Lynch Rory Motherway Conor Meade
Blue
Ciaran O’Rourke (Hurling Captain) Brian Murphy (Football Captain) Ben Jennings Adam Danaher Daniel Doherty Paudie Mackey Colm Landers Jack Flanagan Daniel Walsh, Tommy Morrison. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
U10 Parish Leagues Hurling & Football Results from September 16th
Hurling
Conor Meade’s red team beat Daniel Walsh’s blue team on a score line of 7 goals and 3 points to 3 goals
Darragh O’Learys green team beat Rory Motherway yellow team by 4 goals and 1 point to 1 goal and 3 points.
Football
Ben Budds yellow team beat David Buckley’s red team on a score line of 6 goals and 3 points to 5 goals and 2 points
Ben Fogarty’s green team beat Ciaran Brennan’s blue team by 6 goals and 1 point to 3 goals and 3 points.
Teams
Blues​​​​​​
Daniel Walsh (Hurling captain) Ciaran Brennan (Football Captain) Callum Martin Whyte Eric Millerick Dylan McCarthy Ruairi Mackey Liam Considine Michael Doherty Barry Walsh Michael Donovan Colm Cowhig.
Yellows
Rory Motherway(Hurling Captain) Ben Budds (Football Captain) Evan Daly Fergal Danaher Darragh O’Brien Diarmuid Buckley Daniel Griffen Ethan O’Driscoll Ben Walsh Conor Burns Sean Lynch.
Reds
Conor Meade (Hurling Captain) David Buckley (Football Captain) Tommy Morrison Adam Long Pierce Geary Sean O’Riordan Luke Barrett Sean Meade James Connon Michael Gould Fionn Murphy (Inch).
Greens
Darragh O’Leary(Hurling Captain) Ben Fogarty (Football Captain) Danny Fitzgerald Aaron Millner Colm Leahy Jack O’Connor Eoin Kelly Fionn Murphy (Killeagh) Harry Connon Cathal Landers Jamie Hyde.
Next Round Tues September 23rd
Finals (A&B Finals) Tues September 30th (under lights)
Hurling and Football played each night. Start 6.30 finishes at 7.45​
Under 10s have fun in the sun, in Pairc Ui Rinn
It was Monster Blitz Day in Pairc Ui Rinn on Saturday last with hundreds of Under 9 and Under 10 boys from all over the county hurling like the blazes for as long as they could. Our two teams played Charleville, Newtonshadrum, Nemo Rangers and St. Colm’s and had a day to remember, also meeting 2013 All-Star Seamie Harnedy and (hopefully) 2014 All-Star Conor Lehane with the Munster Senior Hurling Cup. Maybe our Under 10 boys will upstage the team of 2014 and get to a Premier CountyMinor Final in 2022!!

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C Sept 15th 2014

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €12000.
Numbers drawn were 9, 10, 26 and 27.
Lucky dip winners were Kym O’Neill, Maura O’Neill, James Fogarty (snr) and Margaret Treacy.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Wear the Green
We have experienced fantastic success with the Killeagh/Itas U21 team, our U16, our U13 & our U12 teams in County competitions in recent weeks. We continue to ask the community to put up the Green and White in support of our minor hurlers in the Minor County Final on Monday 16th September. The minor final takes place in Pairc Ui Rinn. Our U21’s advanced to the County Semi-Final having beaten Tracton on Wednesday last, September 10th. Be seen and wear the Green.
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.
Golf Society:
The society enjoyed another successful outing on Saturday, September 13th. It was held at Cork Golf Club and the many golfers who turned up to play had a really good day at this fantastic venue. It was a beautiful sunny day and the golf course was in pristine condition. The outing was sponsored jointly by Tom Fitzgerald and Kennedy’s Bar, Killeagh. The presentation of prizes took place in front of a large attendance on Saturday night in Kennedy’s Bar. The society would like to thank Tom Fitzgerald and Kennedy’s Bar for their generous sponsorship and valuable support to both the Golf Society and Killeagh GAA Club. Results from the outing were as follows: 1st with 36pts was Brendan Galvin, 2nd with 35pts was Ray Rochford, 3rd with 35pts was Declan Galvin, Best Gross was John Walsh, 5th was Patrick Murphy with 34pts, 6th was Eddie Hayes with 33 pts.
Juvenile News:
Results;
Cork County U21 Hurling Q/F: Killeagh-Ita’s 3-15 Tracton 0-08 played in Carrigtwohill on Wednesday September 10th
Rebel Óg Eastern A Hurling League Final Courcey Rovers 1-18, Killeagh-Ita’s 1-6
Rebel Óg Eastern A Hurling League Final Killeagh-Ita’s 7-10, Cloughduv 3-15 (After Extra Time)
Under 12s win a thriller
Rebel Óg Eastern A Hurling League Final Killeagh-Ita’s 7-10, Cloughduv 3-15 (After Extra Time)
Killeagh-Ita’s Under 12 hurlers captured the third trophy (following on the success of the Under 13s and Under 16s) of an increasingly fruitful year of underage activity by beating Cloughduv in an enthralling league final played in Ballinora on Saturday last. This was a game like Tipp v Kilkenny with scores aplenty on both sides, and the result in doubt right up to the end of normal time and the very final whistle. Cloughduv got the opening score with a point after two minutes and with the wind they dominated the first twenty five minutes after which they led by 1-8 to 1-5, with Paul Kent getting the final touch in a goalmouth scramble for our goal. Cloughduv probably could have been further ahead as they had double our tally of five wides in this first half. Ciaran O’Rourke then equalised with the first of his three goals only for it to be cancelled out almost immediately with a green flag at the other end. At the turnover Cloughduv held the advantage by 2-9 to 2-6.

Amazingly, the first 9 minutes of the second half were scoreless until Cloughduv stretched their lead to four, but then Ciaran Leahy and Ciaran O’Rourke both goaled to give us the lead for the first time on a 4-6 (18) to 2-11 (17) score-line. Back came Cloughduv with two frees to creep into a lead again with just ten minutes remaining. A Colm Treacy point levelled it and a Ben O’Connor goal gave us the lead with five remaining but with one final push Cloughduv got their third goal to level it again, 5-7 to 3-13. So extra time was required, and at this stage, in spite of substitutions from both sides, legs were tiring and scores were going to be vital. Cloughduv scored two points to our one in the first ten-minute period but we had the wind for the final ten and it proved decisive. Ben levelled it with an excellent score after great defensive work from star defender Jamie Fogarty, and then Ciaran O’Rourke’s third goal put us in the driving seat. It was still all to play for and our defence had to withstand an onslaught but in the final minute Ben added another point and goal to put a false complexion on the final score, with a seven-point winning margin. An scór deiridh: Killeagh-Ita’s 7-10, Cloughduv 3-15. Board Vice-Chairman Willie Casey presented the league trophy to captain and leader Robbie Treacy as the large Killeagh-Ita’s support cheered and the cavalcade to Main Street, Killeagh began. John Coleman’s ice-creams tasted twice as nice given the fine weather and the sweet victory! Well done to all involved – the players on the panel and the mentors Donie Treacy, Johnny Irwin, Mikey Fitzgerald and Mike Landers. Thanks to everyone who has supported this team all year, here’s to Premier 2 Under 13 in 2015!
Panel: Christian Coughlan, Ryan Farquhar, Brian Murphy, Padraig Landers, Jamie Fogarty, Robbie Treacy (0-2), Evan Lane, Paul Kent (1-0), Colm Treacy (0-1), Remy Bernard, Ciaran Leahy (1-3), Daniel Doherty, David Collins, Ben O’Connor (2-4), Ciaran O’Rourke (3-0) George Walsh, Paidi Mackey, Darragh Coleman, David Scully, Tony McCarthy, Colin Desmond, Adam Danaher, Ben Jennings, Callum Darragh Buckley, Eoin Brenner, Aaron Fitzgibbon,
Under 14s lose out to Courcey Rovers
Rebel Óg Eastern A Hurling League Final Courcey Rovers 1-18, Killeagh-Ita’s 1-6
Our Under 14 hurlers battled bravely against Eastern A Championship winners Courcey Rovers but were well beaten eventually in an entertaining League Final played in Nemo Rangers on Wednesday evening last. We started very well and led by 1-4 to 0-6 after 17 minutes, with Ryan McCarthy’s long shot going all the way to the net, and Olan Borderick, Padraig Leahy (2) and Ben O’Connor scoring excellent points. Our backs were doing well with Kieran Daly, Dylan Hogan and Barry Motherway clearing great ball. However, Courceys now started to dominate in the middle third, and we also conceded some silly frees, which left us 0-11 to 1-5 behind at half time. Unfortunately we returned to some bad habits in the second half with poor wides, passes going astray and dropped balls all contributing to our failure to close the gap, and a Courceys goal after 50 minutes put the game beyond us. Our boys battled all the way to the end but had to give best to a talented Courceys side. Well done boys on reaching the final, some time you will get the rewards!
Team: Robbie Treacy, Darragh Geary, Dylan Hogan, Kieran Daly, Barry Motherway, Ryan McCarthy (1-0), Richie Landers, Liam McCarthy, Adrian Galvin, Richie Long (0-1), Ben O’Connor (0-1), David Kelly, Olin Hennessy, Padraig Leahy (0-2), Olan Broderick (0-2). Subs used: Robert Sinclair, Danny Cunningham, Dara Motherway, James Kent, Andrew Foley.

Parish Leagues Up And Running
Our Under 10 Parish Leagues began last Tuesday with four exciting games. In hurling, Conor Meade’s Reds and Darragh O’Leary’s Greens played a cracking draw, 11-2 to 10-5, while Rory Motherway’s Yellows overcame Daniel Walsh’s Blues by 5-0 to 3-2. In the football games, Ben Fogarty’s Greens beat Ben Budds’ Yellows by 4-3 to 0-1, while David Buckley’s Red Team were winners by 8-7 to 3-1 over Ciaran Brennan’s Blue Team. Round 2 next Tuesday – be there!
Teams are listed here.
BLUES
YELLOWS
REDS
GREENS
Daniel Walsh (Captain – H)
Rory Motherway (Captain – H)
Conor Meade (Captain – H)
Darragh O’Leary (Captain – H)
Ciaran Brennan (Captain – F)
Ben Budds (Captain– F)
David Buckley (Captain – F)
Ben Fogarty (Captain – F)
Callum Martin Whyte
Evan Daly
Tommy Morrison
Danny Fitzgerald
Eric Millerick
Fergal Danaher
Adam Long
Aaron Millner
Dylan McCarthy
Darragh O’Brien
Pierse Geary
Colm Leahy
Ruairi Mackey
Diarmuid Buckley
Sean O’Riordan
Jack O’Connor
Liam Considine
Daniel Griffin
Luke Barrett
Eoin Kelly
Michael Doherty
Ethan O’Driscoll
Sean Meade
Fionn Murphy (Killeagh)
Barry Walsh
Ben Walsh
James Connon
Harry Connon
Michael Donovan
Conor Burns
Michael Gould
Cathal Landers
Colm Cowhig
Sean Lynch
Fionn Murphy (Inch)
Jamie Hyde

U7 & U8
Another monster football blitz hosted by Killeagh GAA club last Saturday morning. Killeagh fielded 3 teams and each team played 3 games each. Training takes place next Saturday morning at 10am.

NEWSLETTER FOR W/C Sept 8th 2014

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11800.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Best Wishes
All involved at Killeagh GAA Club and also in Killeagh-Ita’s Juvenile GAA send best wishes to our football coach Sean Lavery who is currently laid low. Get well soon, Sean!
Wear the Green
We have experienced fantastic success with the Killeagh/Itas U21 team in East Cork Final, our U16 & U13 teams in County competitions in the last couple of weeks. We continue to ask the community to put up the Green and White in support of our under 14 and under 12 hurlers who play their respective League Finals this week and also for our minor hurlers in the Minor County Final on Monday 16th September. The minor final takes place in Pairc Ui Rinn. Be seen and wear the Green.
Well Done:
Killeagh-Ita’s emerged victorious in the East Cork U21 final on Saturday last, September 6th. Congratulations and well done to Paudie and all his management team, to captain Dinny who lifted the trophy and to all the players in the squad. The celebrations started almost immediately in Cobh, continued with a large motorcade through the village (see youtube vid) and then down to our own grounds where light refreshments were provided for everybody. Big thanks and well done is due to the Killeagh Cailíní who served up food and drinks to all and sundry and who had the unenviable task of cleaning up afterwards. As always they took it in their stride with no fuss so well done to all involved on the 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.
Golf Society:
The society would like to advise of their next outing which will be held at Cork Golf Club on Saturday Sept 13th. Deposit are due now to secure a place on the time sheet. Please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 for tee times and further details.
Juvenile News:
Results;
East Cork U21 Hurling Final: Killeagh-Ita’s 1-18 Watergrasshill 1-14 played in Cobh on Saturday September 6th
Rebel Óg Eastern A Football Championship: Killeagh-Ita’s 0-6, St. Colman’s 3-13 Fri
Big Finals Coming Up
It’s going to be a busy week for our under-age teams. Our Under 14 and Under 12 hurlers play their respective League Finals this week, with our Under 14s first up on Wednesday evening in Nemo Rangers when they play Courcey Rovers @ 6.15 p.m. The Under 12s then travel to Ballinora on Saturday 13th @ 2.30 p.m. to play Cloughduv. Finally on Monday 15th September we expect a big following to head to Páirc Ui Rinn and support our minor team in the Carrigaline Court Hotel Premier 1 County Minor Final against Sarsfields. Best of luck boys!
SUPER-VALU SUPER-KIT!
On Tuesday last Killeagh GAA was one of six East Cork GAA Clubs presented with €1000 worth of playing equipment by Hurley’s Super-Valu in Midleton. The full pack consists of 20 large gear bags, 2 dozen water bottles, 2 sets of training bibs, 10 footballs, 2 football bags and a dozen sliotars. Many thanks to Super-Valu Midleton and its manager Tommy Grimes for this wonderful gesture, the equipment will come to good use in 2014 and beyond in Killeagh GAA.

Under 16 footballers fall at first hurdle
Rebel Óg Eastern A Football Championship Killeagh-Ita’s 0-6, St. Colman’s 3-13
Our Under 16 footballers failed to overcome St. Colman’s in their Eastern A Football Championship first round match played at home last Friday evening. We got off to a good start and led by 0-3 to 0-0 after 12 minutes with points from cousins Aaron and Sean Walsh, but then a goal from a penalty gave St. Colman’s a lifeline and an impetus and they took over from here to the finish. We contested well but gave away possession too easily and paid the price. It was 2-6 to 0-4 at half time and although Jamie Landers got the opening score of the second half to reduce the margin, St. Colman’s dominated the rest of the game, scoring 1-7 without reply. Our boys tried hard to score a goal to get back in the game, but the St. Colman’s full back line and goalkeeper were excellent in limiting our chances. So good luck to our opponents who were deserving winners as they prepare to play Valley Rovers in the next round. Thanks to our selection committee of Adrian Budds, John Irwin, Liam Kelly and Denis O’Rourke for their efforts with this team throughout the year.
Team: Adrian Galvin, Luke Fogarty, Jack O’Rourke, Shane Kearney, Fergal Smiddy, Kevin Murphy, Christy Coughlan, Keane Budds, Cathal Deane, Eoin Fitzgibbon, David Ogbebor, Sean Walsh, Fionn McDonnell, Jamie Landers, Aaron Walsh. Subs: Richie Long, Dylan Hogan, Jamie Clifford, Barry Motherway, Liam McCarthy.

Parish Leagues Time Again!
It’s September so it must be Parish Leagues time again. The Under 10 leagues (football and hurling together) will take place over the next four Tuesdays, so best wishes to all the Under 8, Under 9 and Under 10 boys. Teams are listed here. Reports next week on Round 1.
BLUES
YELLOWS
REDS
GREENS
Daniel Walsh (Captain – H)
Rory Motherway (Captain – H)
Conor Meade (Captain – H)
Darragh O’Leary (Captain – H)
Ciaran Brennan (Captain – F)
Ben Budds (Captain– F)
David Buckley (Captain – F)
Ben Fogarty (Captain – F)
Callum Martin Whyte
Evan Daly
Tommy Morrison
Danny Fitzgerald
Eric Millerick
Fergal Danaher
Adam Long
Aaron Millner
Dylan McCarthy
Darragh O’Brien
Pierse Geary
Colm Leahy
Ruairi Mackey
Diarmuid Buckley
Sean O’Riordan
Jack O’Connor
Liam Considine
Daniel Griffin
Luke Barrett
Eoin Kelly
Michael Doherty
Ethan O’Driscoll
Sean Meade
Fionn Murphy (Killeagh)
Barry Walsh
Ben Walsh
James Connon
Harry Connon
Michael Donovan
Conor Burns
Michael Gould
Cathal Landers
Colm Cowhig
Sean Lynch
Fionn Murphy (Inch)
Jamie Hyde

U12 Hurling League
Killeagh-Itas U12 hurling team are playing in a league final next Sat 13th September. At this present time the venue and time have yet to be confirmed. Check website from Tuesday for further details. Please support.

U7 & U8
Killeagh GAA hosted the monster hurling blitz last Saturday. We fielded three teams and competed very well in all games. Each team played three games. It is great to see that the boys have progressed well since the start of the year with several outstanding performances.
Also, Killmurry travelled to Killeagh last Sunday morning with two teams to play Killeagh-Itas at U7 and U8 team. These talented footballers provided a hugely entertaining game for mentors and supporters alike and also displayed a high level of skill. All the training is paying off well done lads

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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C Sept 1st 2014

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11600.
Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw.​ Lotto draw takes place in clubhouse every Tuesday night.
Wear the Green
Following on from the fantastic success of Killeagh/Itas U16 & U13 teams in County competitions in the last couple of weeks we would ask the community to put up the Green and White for the U21 East Cork Final on Saturday 6th and Premier 1 Minor County Final on Monday 16th September. Be seen and wear the Green. The minor final takes place in Pairc Ui Rinn and the U21 final takes place in Cobh.
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.
Golf Society:
The society would like to advise of their next outing which will be held at Cork Golf Club on Saturday Sept 13th. Deposit are due now to secure a place on the time sheet. Please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 for tee times and further details.
Juvenile News:
U13s win a thriller in extra time
Rebel Óg Eastern A Hurling League Final Killeagh-Ita’s 7-17, Aghabullogue 8-6
Unbelievable drama and excitement was the order of the day in Nemo Rangers GAA Grounds on Friday evening last as our Under 13 hurlers captured the first ever Rebel Óg Eastern trophy for the club by winning the Eastern A League in dramatic fashion. This was a contest of high quality with excellence on display from both teams – goal scoring, point-taking, free-taking, hooking, blocking, tackling and catching – which was a joy to watch. What a pity there had to be a loser, but thankfully, for our boys, this time we came out on top. The game started with an Aghabullogue point but Ryan McCarthy got us off the mark when a long-distance free went all the way to the net. Scores were hard to come by in the first quarter, at the end of which we led by 1-1 to 0-2, Ciaran Leahy getting the first of his three points. Our boys dominated the second quarter and added six more points from play. Unfortunately we also conceded three frees which were expertly converted by Aghabullogue’s brilliant midfielder, and we also shot eight wides in that first half (Aghabullogue had 3). So even though we led by 1-7 to 0-5 at half-time, it looked like it might not be enough as we had to turn around to play against the strong wind.
The second half was a goal-fest, but more for our opponents than us. David Kelly’s beautiful point, a free from Ryan and a goal from Ben O’Connor gave us a 2-9 to 0-6 advantage after 40 minutes, but Aghabullogue thundered back with two quick goals to reduce the margin to three. 1-3 without reply (Ben’s second goal, two points from Olan and another from Ciaran) in the next eight minutes restored our nine-point advantage, but when it looked like we had one hand on the trophy, as can happen in hurling, Aghabullogue blitzed us with 3 goals in the last seven minutes. Both sides had chances to win it, but at the end of the hour, it was all square, 3-12 to 5-6. A quick turn-around was ordered by the referee with light fading, and thankfully our fitness and accuracy helped us to get a firm grip on the game in the first half of extra time. Daniel Lucey’s second point was followed by a goal from Dara. Aghabullogue replied with a goal of their own but then Darragh O’Connor finished to the net and a point from Ben gave us a five-point cushion. Would it be enough against the wind? Now our backs took control with Danny Cunningham, George Sinclair and Paul Delaney unbeatable. Darragh added a sixth goal for us and Olan Broderick put the finishing touches to our victory with a goal in the final minute. 7-17 to 8-6 was the final score of an amazing game. Well done to both teams for outstanding effort! These Aghabullogue boys are a serious team and no doubt we will meet them again up the line! Great cheers accompanied the presentation of the League trophy to captain fantastic Ryan McCarthy by cathaoirleach Donie Cahill, and the parade through Killeagh followed by the nicest ice-cream in County Cork (thanks Ursula!) made it a night to remember!
Team: Robbie Treacy, Danny Cunningham, Cian McDonald, Paul Delaney, Karl O’Toole, Ryan McCarthy (1-2), Richie Landers, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Ben O’Connor (2-2), Owen Cosgrove, Dara Motherway (1-1), Olan Broderick (1-5), Ciaran Leahy (0-3), Daniel Lucey (0-2), Darragh O’Connor (2-0), Robert Sinclair (0-1), David Kelly (0-1), George Sinclair, Oisin McCarthy, Olan Coleman, Aaron O’Connell, Brian Murphy.
Minors one step away from Premier 1 glory
Rebel Óg Premier 1 Minor Hurling Championship Semi-Final
Killeagh-Ita’s 1-18, Valley Rovers 1-15
It took a mighty effort, but our minor hurlers got over the line against a never-say-die Valley Rovers team in the Carrigaline Court Premier 1 Minor Hurling Championship in Páirc Uí Rinn on Wednesday evening last. A blistering start gave us a gentle cushion from start to finish, although it was never possible to say the game was won until the very last whistle. Padraig Walsh scored our first point after 19 seconds, and by the fifth minute we led by 1-4 to 0-2, with Dan Landers gaoling after two minutes. Would it be easy? Certainly not, as Valleys battled away and were rewarded with a goal on the 22nd minute following a goal-line scramble. Eoghan Keniry, Dan Landers and Killian Treacy did the bulk of the scoring for our boys, while Darragh Cahill, Bobby McCarthy and Eoin O’Connor were playing brilliantly in defence. A half-time lead of 1-13 to 1-8 was positive, but more was needed. Our second-half performance was down a notch on the first, but this was thanks to the huge efforts made by our opponents. Dan Landers (2), Gary Leahy, with an excellent score from the left touchline, and a brilliant point from Dan Smiddy with his first touch, kept us ahead, and a free from Dan with three minutes to go gave us a four-point lead. Valleys pointed in the 60th minute and had two late attacks where they tried to breach our defence, but our boys held firm, and came out with a hard-earned victory. This qualifies us to play hot favourites Sarsfields in the final on Monday September 15th. One thing is sure; this team will give it every effort!
Team: Colin Walsh, Jack O’Rourke, Bobby McCarthy, Eoin O’Connor, Darragh Cahill, Darragh O’Brien, Kevin Murphy, Brendan Delaney, Padraig Walsh (0-1), Eoghan Keniry (0-4), Dan Landers (1-8, 1 free, 4 ‘65s), Shane Smiddy (0-1), Andrew Leahy, Gary Leahy (0-1), Killian Treacy (0-2). Subs used: Dan Smiddy (0-1), Cathal Deane.
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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C August 25th 2014.

Our Club Our Community
Cumann Luthchleas Gael Cilliath
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Club Lotto Results;
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11400.
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 1-18 Courcey Rovers 0-16 Relegation Final, August 23rd, Riverstown at 7.00pm
Busy Week:
The club experienced one of its busiest weeks ever this past week and thankfully it was roses all the way. First up was the Premier 2 U16 final where our team took on Eire Og in Pairc Ui Rinn on Wednesday night, August 20th. In a marvellous display they won out comfortably on a score of 1-20 to 0-08. Next up was the meeting of Youghal and Carrigtwohill in the Cork SHC which was played at our club grounds on Friday evening last, Aug 22nd. A lot of preparation and work was put in by a large number of people at the club to ensure that our facilities for the teams and supporters of both clubs were in pristine condition. On the night there was a very effective and coordinated approach to ensure that all visitors to our grounds did so in a safe and orderly manner and also that disruption to our local community was kept to a minimum. The club wishes to express their sincere thanks to everybody who helped out in any way. Also well done to our juvenile chairman, Mr. Colman Motherway for the production of a wonderful (and valuable) match programme for the game…a great piece of work. Finally, and once again, the good wine was kept ‘til last. What a game and more importantly, what a victory. Despite the enormous pressure on everybody inolved in Killeagh GAA Club our senior hurlers maintained their senior status for 2015 with an emphatic victory over Courcey Rovers in Riverstown on Saturday evening, August 23rd. The team emerged from a terrific game with a well earned win on a score of 1-18 to 0-16. Well done to all the players in the the squad and the team management and a great big thanks to all the supporters who travelled to this game and all the other games this past season in the Cork SHC and the Cork SHL in support of Killeagh GAA Club.
Golf Society:
The society would like to advise of their next outing which will be held at Cork Golf Club. Deposit must be paid before 13th September. Please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 for tee times and further details.
Juvenile News:
U16s make history
Rebel Óg Premier 2 County Hurling Final Killeagh-Ita’s 1-20, Éire Óg 0-08
Killeagh-Ita’s Under 16 hurlers made history on Wednesday evening last in Páirc Uí Rinn by winning the Carrigaline Court Hotel Premier 2 U16 hurling title for the first time. Having beaten Ballinahassig (twice) and St. Finbarr’s en route to the final, this team gave their best performance of the season to outplay Éire Óg from the first ball to the last. Andrew Leahy opened the scoring with a point after 19 seconds, and all through Killeagh-Ita’s were in control, particularly through the spine of the team. Jack O’Rourke and Kevin Murphy were very commanding at full-back and centre-back respectively, Emmet Barron and Cathal Deane dominated midfield, and Andrew Leahy and Killian Treacy, at centre-forward and full-forward, did the bulk of the scoring up front. Éire Óg battled gamely and at half-time, trailing by just five points (0-10 to 0-05), they were still well in the game. Andrew and Killian were the chief scorers but Emmet Barron and Cathal Fitzgibbon also scored fine points from the right wing in the first half. The game slipped away from Éire Óg shortly after half time when Andrew Leahy controlled a high ball beautifully and smashed an unstoppable shot into the right corner of the net. Five subs were introduced and they all played their part, with 14-year-olds Sean Walsh and Fionn McDonnell scoring excellent points after their introduction to put a gloss on the scoreboard. Although he didn’t get on the scoresheet, arguably Killeagh-Ita’s best player on the field was David Ogbebor, who was named at corner-forward but covered every blade of grass on the pitch, tackling, running, blocking and passing, and winning many frees. This was a campaign where a small panel of 21 worked hard and all played their part through the campaign. Well done to all the boys and to their management team of Ger Fitzgibbon, Dick Walsh, Eddie Hayes and Tomas Treacy, who had the team in fine condition throughout the summer.

Following the presentation of the cup by Jim Forbes, Rebel Óg chairman, to our captain Christy Coughlan, who had a very impressive game at left-half back, it was back to Killeagh for a parade through the village (thanks Ian for the open-top bus!!) and down to our home in Páirc Uí Chinnéide for some refreshments and chat, and well-earned pizza for the boys! Many thanks to all the parents of the players who provided all the food and the catering on the evening and to the many friends and supporters who came to Páirc Uí Rinn to cheer on the boys, cheered them again on the main street on their return, and followed them home to Páirc Uí Chinnéide. With our senior hurlers securing their status in the pot for 2015 on Saturday evening, it has been a good few days for the Killeagh club. Perhaps some of these 16-year-olds might even get to play alongside the legend that is Joe Deane in 2015, 21 years after Joe’s own adult hurling career with Killeagh started as a 16-year-old. Now wouldn’t that be an unbelievable dream come true for these young boys!

Team: Aaron Walsh, Luke Fogarty, Jack O’Rourke, Jamie Landers, Fergal Smiddy, Kevin Murphy (0-1, ’65), Christy Coughlan, Emmet Barron (0-1), Cathal Deane, Eoin Fitzgibbon (0-1), Andrew Leahy (1-5), Shane Kearney, Keane Kelly Budds, Killian Treacy (0-10, 0-6f), David Ogbebor. Subs: Sean Walsh (0-1), Dylan Hogan, Jamie Clifford, Daniel Hickey, Fionn McDonnell (0-1), Padraig Leahy.

U14s bow out after replay
Rebel Óg Eastern A U14 Hurling Championship Replay Cloughduv 2-16, Killeagh-Ita’s 2-8
Having drawn our quarter final on Monday 11th August against Cloughduv at home (1-5 to 0-8) we travelled to Cloughduv for the replay two nights later. This time, Cloughduv got the better of our gallant team, who tried really hard to the very end, but were beaten by a physically stronger team. Well done for a good performance on both nights, and while championship success has eluded you for 2014, there is still a league final to be played, and much to play for yet.
Team: Robbie Treacy, Cian McDonald, Dylan Hogan, Kieran Daly, Barry Motherway, Padraig Leahy, Richie Landers, Ryan McCarthy, Adrian Galvin, Richie Long, Liam McCarthy, Olan Broderick, Olin Hennessy, Daniel Lucey, Dara Motherway. James Kent and Darragh Geary had played in the first game, Darragh was injured for the replay. Subs used (both days): Danny Cunningham, Ciaran Leahy, Cathal Fitzgibbon, Ben O’Connor, and Paul Delaney.
Our Under 14 panel also participated in the annual Christy Coughlan Blitz in Na Piarsaigh on Saturday last, and while we were beaten by the other participating teams (Na Piarsaigh and Inniscarra and Moycarkey-Borris from Tipperary), we performed well against teams playing at a higher grade to us. Many thanks to Na Piarsaigh for the invite, the great hospitality on the day, and the lovely sunny weather!! It was an honour to represent our club in this tournament on the same week that Christy’s son Christy captained our Under 16 teams to county glory.
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NEWSLETTER FOR W/C August 18th 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 August 12th were 1, 5, 17 and 27.
There was no winner of this week’s jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11200.
Lucky dip winners were William Bashford, Claire Kennedy, Coleman Family and Rochford Trio.
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 Courcey Rovers, Relegation Final, August 23rd, Riverstown at 7.00pm
East Cork U21 HC S/F: Killeagh-Ita’s 3-20 Carrigtwohill 3-10 played in Lisgoold on Sat Aug16th
Golf Society:
Killeagh GAA Golf Society held their latest outing at Castlemartyr Golf Resort on Thursday August 14th.It was a fantastic day with the golf course in fabulous condition. The outing was sponsored by Power’s Bar, Mount Uniacke and the Prize-giving took place on Friday night in Power’s. The society would like to thank Power’s for their generous sponsorship and valuable support to both the Golf Society and Killeagh GAA Club. Results of the outing were as follows: 1st Tim Crotty with 44pts, 2nd Sean Treacy with 42pts, 3rd Sean Crowley wth 38pts(B9), Best Gross John Walsh, 4th Keane Kelly Budds with 44pts, 5th Wm Murphy with 41pts, 6th Dominic Fogarty with 38pts.
The society would also like to advise of their next outing which will be held at Cork Golf Club. Deposit must be paid before 13th September. Please contact Ray Rochford on 0872330054 for tee times and further details.
Juvenile News:
Fixtures/Results:
U14 Hurling C’ship: Killeagh-Ita’s 1-05 Cloughduv 0-08 in Killeagh on Mon Aug 11th at 7pm
U14 Hurling C’ship Replay: Killeagh-Ita’s 2-07 Cloughduv 2-15 in Cloughduv on Aug 13th at 7.30pm

U12 Football League
Killeagh-Itas v Erin Own
Killeagh-Itas had a great win over Erins Own last Saturday. Both teams showed great heart in this super game of football. From the minute the ball was thrown in to the final whistle our lads played great football, when put under pressure they dug deep to claim the game. Well done lads ye should be proud of yourselves.
Killeagh-Itas 5-2 Erin Own 3-4
Team
David Scully Padraig Landers Jamie Fogarty Ben O’Connor David Collins Ciaran Leahy Robbie Treacy Paul Kent Remy Bernard Darragh Buckley Brian Murphy Colin Desmond Calum Magner Christian Coughlan Ben Jennings Ben Budds Colm Leahy Colm Treacy
Scorers
Ben O Connor 1-1 Darragh Buckley 1-0 Christian Coughlan 1-0 Colm Leahy 1-0 David Collins 0-1

U7 & U8
The Killeagh U7 & U8 boys took to Rostellan today to take part in a monster football blitz. We fielded three teams and competed very well in all games. Each team played three games and we played teams such as Glanmire, St. Ita’s & Lisgoold. It is great to see that the boys have progressed well since the start of the year with several outstanding performances.
Thanks to all the parents for travelling today and for helping out when needed.
Next up is the hurling blitz

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