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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 13th August 2017-

posted 13 Aug 2017, 21:46 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 17 Aug 2017, 03:09 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw, U10 Blitz, Minor Championship, Junior Championship, Senior Championship and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €7,000 in our draw held on 8th of August last.
Numbers drawn: 5, 7, 25, 27
Weekly winners of the €30: Enda Duffy, Aaron Cleary, Eamon Claffey, Brian Malynn, Senan Hatton
Sellers prize €30: June Daly
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €7,200 on 14th of August 2017.

All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw
Caulry are holding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw on Friday 15th September 2017 in Egan’s Pub, Mount Temple. There are lots of prizes up for grabs on the night including 4 tickets for the All Ireland Football Final. Tickets are €5 each or €10 for a book of three and are available from any committee member and Kieran’s shop, Mount Temple.

U10 Blitz
Well done to our U10 boys who hosted a blitz on Tuesday evening last in the local park. Three clubs took part on the evening, including Caulry, Maryland/Tang and Millmore Gaels. There was some great football played by all teams. Well done to all involved on the evening. 

Minor Championship
Caulry 5-8
Lilliput Gaels 1-17
Our minor lads notched up their first brace of points in this year’s MFC as they made the journey to Ballinagore on a fine Wednesday evening last.
Lilliput Gaels were first off the mark in this exciting encounter as they pointed from play just 1 minute after the throw-in. Our boys soon found their feet as Lee Guinan Malone rattled the back of the opposition’s net. Matthew Nally kicked two fine points as the Lilliput Gaels were unlucky to miss some goal opportunities. Lilliput Gaels reduced the deficit to just one point by the 13th minute as they kicked three fine points. However, a pointed-free from Cialan Dollard settled our lads. Caulry got another goal on the 16th minute to put our lads in charge of proceedings. Sean Woods registered his first score of the game to leave six points the margin. Our lads began to push on after some superb combined teamwork from Woods and Adam Mullins found Neil Clinton who got Caulry’s third goal of the evening. However, the Lilliput Gaels boys never gave up, scoring 1-1 to narrow the deficit. The teams traded scores with Liam Malynn on target for Caulry after some good work from Dollard and Nally. A foul on Woods late into injury-time resulted in a penalty which was slotted neatly into the Lilliput Gaels net to leave Caulry leading 4-5 to 1-6 at the halftime whistle.
The Lilliput Gaels boys must be admired for their second half performance as they raced out of the tracks with three unanswered points. Eoin Shortall and Jack Sheehan defended well after some good work from Lee, Dollard and Adam Donoghue enabled Nally to point on the 40th minute. The teams exchanged scores again with Donoghue contributing to Caulry’s tally. A great pass from Lee Guinan Malone found Nally who stretched Caulry’s lead with another fine goal. However, the Lilliput Gaels boys responded well, kicking an unanswered 0-4 to leave just three points between the sides late in the half. Both teams kicked points late into injury-time which meant Caulry had done enough to secure the win on a scoreline of 5-8 to 1-17.
Team & Scorers: Rian Rasmussen, Eoin Shortall, Jack Sheehan, Adam Mullins, Sean Fox, Dylan Lowry, Cialan Dollard (0-1, 1f), Neil Clinton (1-0), Lee Guinan Malone (1-0), Matthew Nally (2-3), Liam Malynn (0-1), Ciaran Geoghegan, Sean Woods (0-1)
Subs: Adam Donoghue (0-2) for Rain Rasmussen, Daniel Buckley for Sean Fox, Thomas Dunning for Ciaran Geoghegan, Sean Fox for Lee Guinan Malone, James Clavin for Sean Woods

Junior Championship
Caulry 0-15
Tyrrellspass 1-11
Our minors paved the way for a junior team on the following Thursday evening as they also registered their first win in their second outing of this year’s JFC when they made the journey to Tyrrellspass.
Both teams were slow to settle and were guilty of some early wides. A point from Jack O’Kelly Lynch got Caulry off the mark on the 4th minute. A good intercept from Darren Hynds was worked brilliantly up the field and tapped over the bar by Eoin Donohoe. Mark Fitzpatrick showed well in goals as another point from O’Kelly Lynch left three points the margin. Tyrrellspass soon found their feet with two fine points on the 8th and the 11th minute. The three Buckley brothers combined well as a point from Evan Roarke doubled the deficit. James Daly and Ernie Buckley fielded well as Peter Smyth and Donohoe kicked the next two scores of the game. Hynds raced up the field and put his name on the scoreboard with another fine point on the 23rd minute. This was soon followed by a Keith McMenamin point, leaving six points between the sides. However, the Tyrrellspass men battled hard in the remaining five minutes of the first half and kicked three unanswered points to leave Caulry leading 0-8 to 0-5 at the break.
Tyrrellspass started the second half well, opening their scoring account with a goal just 20 seconds after the resumption. Smyth tapped over two frees to keep Caulry in front. The game went on a point-for-point basis between the 35th and 40th minute, with Smyth accounting for three converted-frees for Caulry. Brian Mullarney and Pat Buckley defended well as a superb pass from Sylvester Coughlan found O’Kelly Lynch who pointed to leave two points between the sides. Fitzpatrick brought off another fine save as Tyrrellspass drew level on the 54th minute with two converted-frees. Loughlin Casey pressurised the Tyrrellspass attack as another Smyth free at the other end of the field edged Caulry in front. However, this lead was shortly lived as the opposition drew level with another pointed-free with one minute remaining. The Caulry lads dug deep as a good pass from Hynds found Smyth who pointed on the 31st minute which saw Caulry escape with a narrow win on a scoreline of 0-15 to 1-11.
Team & Scorers: Mark Fitzpatrick, Darren Hynds (0-1), Pat Buckley, Ciaran Allen, Loughlin Casey, Brian Mullarney, Keith McMenamin (0-1), Ernie Buckley, James Daly, Liam Malynn, Eoin Donohoe (0-2), Jack O’Kelly Lynch (0-3), Will Buckley, Peter Smyth (0-7, 6f), Evan Roarke (0-1)
Subs: Sylvester Coughlan for Eoin Donohoe, Killian Healy for Evan Roarke, Robbie Ryan for Ciaran Allen

Senior Championship
Caulry 1-8
Rosemount 2-8
Caulry suffered their third narrow defeat in this year’s SFC when they made the journey to Cusack Park on a fine Sunday evening last.
Caulry were slow to settle, missing some early scoring opportunities. Rosemount got off the mark on the 5th minute with a pointed-free. Conor McCormack soon equalised. However, the opposition went on a quick scoring blitz between the 10th and 12th minute which yielded an unanswered 2-3. A point from Emmet Nally reduced the deficit on the quarter-hour mark. However, Rosemount responded well with two more points. Caulry were unlucky, missing a penalty opportunity late in the half after McCormack hit the crossbar. A superb pass from Damien Dolan found Cialan Dollard who pointed. A converted-penalty from Nally late in the half left the scoreboard reading 2-6 to 1-3 at the halftime whistle.
Rosemount opened the scoring tally again in the second half with a fine point from play. Sean Clinton and Dolan defended well as the opposition missed a shot on goal. Tow converted-frees from Alan Fitzpatrick and McCormack narrowed the margins between the sides. A superb score from McCormack on the 44th minute left just four points between the sides. Kevin Maguire worked hard in defence as McCormack pointed another free. The teams traded scores late in the half with Peter Smyth on target for Caulry. Ultimately, our lads chased the deficit throughout as Rosemount ran out worthy winners on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-8.
The club wishes Robbie Hickey a speedy recover after he picked up an injury during the game.
Team & Scorers: Cillian Nagle, Robbie Hickey, Kevin Maguire, Sean Clinton, Harry Hughes, James Pettit, Damien Dolan, Declan Donohoe, John Maguire, Conor McCormack (0-4, 3f), Alan Fitzpatrick (0-1, 1f), Emmet Nally (1-1), Cialan Dollard (0-1), Gary Flanagan, Andy O’Sullivan
Subs: Eoghan Grennan for Robbie Hickey, Stephen Connolly for Cialan Dollard, Loughlin Casey for Sean Clinton, Peter Smyth (0-1, 1f) for Conor McCormack

U16 Championship at home to Killucan on Monday 14th August at 7pm
U12 League away to St Marys Rochfortbridge on Wednesday at 7pm
U14 Championship at home to Moate on Thursday at 7pm
U14 Championship away to Killucan on Sunday at 11:30am
Minor Championship vs Kilbeggan/Josephs on Monday 21st August at 7pm in Kilbeggan
SFC Round 4 vs Maryland in Tubberclair on Wednesday 23rd at 7pm
JFC at home to Athlone on Thursday 24th at 7pm
SFC Round 5 vs Coralstown/Kinnegad in Cusack Park on Saturday 26th at 5:30pm
JFC away to Garrycastle on Sunday 27th at 11:30am