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Kilmeen GAA underage notes

Kilmeen Juniors & Minors qualify for county final!   Junior Football   Kilmeen played the Junior B football league semi-final against Tracton on Sunday morning 19th Oct 2014 in Bandon. Kilmeen lost the toss and played into a stiff breeze during the first half. However the boys in blue went in at half time leading 1-02 to 0-03 much to the credit of a great team effort which saw James Clancy rattle the Tracton net in

Soccer results weekend October 17th – 19th

Saturday, 18 October 2014   O Herlihy Bacon U18 Group A Bunratty United U18’s 3 v 3 Skibbereen U18’s West Cork League U18 Group B Castlelack U18’s 2 v 8 Togher Celtic U18’s Drinagh Rangers U18’s 0 v 11 Bay Rovers U18’s Munster Junior Cup [Round 1] Youghal United 1 v 0 Riverside Athletic [Round 1] Skibbereen 6 v 0 Wilton United Munster Youths Cup [Round 2] Lyre Rovers U18’s

GAA results weekend October 17th – 19th

County Senior Football Championship Final 19/10/2014 Ballincollig 1-13 vs 1-10 Carbery Rangers Premier Intermediate Football Championship Final 19/10/2014 Valley Rovers 0-12 vs 0-7 Na Piarsaigh U21 B Hurling Championship FInal 18/10/2014 Clonakilty 0-7 vs 6-14 Killeagh/Itas Division 1 Hurling League Final 18/10/2014 Ballinhassig 3-17 vs 2-8 Ballyhea Rochestown Park Div. 1 Football League Knock-Out Stage 19/10/2014 Nemo Rangers 1-12 vs 0-9 O Donovan Rossa Division 3 Football League Relegation Play-off

Bantry Blues GAA notes

Hurling took centre stage in the club this week. On Friday the under 12 hurlers won the west cork league final with a victory over Clonakilty. All the players put in a great performance and were a credit to their team mentors John O’Shea and Eamonn McCarthy. On Saturday evening the Junior B hurlers also won their league final beating Randal Og on a scoreline of 5-17 to 0-10. After

Kilmeen GAA notes

Kilmeen Juniors Advance to West Cork Football Final Kilmeen travelled to Ahiohill on Saturday evening last to take on Bandon in the West Cork Junior B football semi-final. It was a tight affair for the first 15 minutes of the game with Darragh Coakley denied a goal on three occasions. Kilmeen were the only scorers of the opening quarter registering just one point. Bandon’s defence could not keep out Kilmeen’s

Clon Camogie teams in Fitzgeralds Stadium

Clon U12 Camogie travelled to Fitzgeralds Stadium Killarney to take part in The Veronica Stack Memorial Blitz. Three Cork teams, Clonakilty, St Colums and Millstreet took part along side four teams from Kerry. Each team had a panel of U12s with two U13s and two U14s. The Clon Girls progressed to the Cup Semi-final against Cillards. At the full time whistle the score was level. Extra time was played with

Bandon AC notes

TWENTY five Junior athletes from Bandon AC travelled to Leiria in Portugal to compete in the European Junior Club Track & Field Competition in September. The womens team consisted of Laura McSweeney (captain), Helena Murphy, Fiona Duggan, Aisling Everard, Emma Young, Sinead Caulfield, Erin Kingston, Ella Nicholson, Aisling Kelly and Fiona Everard. The mens team consisted of Colin Kingston (captain), Thomas McCarthy, Jake Inglis, Promise Okafor, Davide Mazzali, Scott Gibson, James

GAA results weekend October 10th – 12th

County   Junior A Football Championship 11/10/2014 St Finbarrs 0-8 vs 0-6 Ballygarvan Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Final 12/10/2014 Ballyhea 1-17 vs 0-16 Newcestown County JAHL Knockout Stages 11/10/2014 Ballinhassig 2-15 vs 1-11 Dohenys County JAFL Final 12/10/2014 Boherbue 3-7 vs 0-13 Tadgh Mac Carthaigh     Carbery     Rowa/Rowex Pharma Junior B Football Championship 11/10/2014 Kilmeen 1-13 vs 0-4 Bandon Rowa/Rowex Pharma Junior C Football Championship Final 11/10/2014