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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 15th Sept 2014 -

posted 15 Sep 2014, 05:15 by Caulry Admin
Semi-Final this Saturday against Tang in Intermediate Championship
Well done to the Intermediate squad on securing a hard earned victory over Ballymore in the quarter-final replay on Sunday last played in Cusack Park. (see report elsewhere in this newspaper). Losing by two points at the interval, our lads made most of the running on the changeover, with David Brookes (inset) goal a game changer.  Its back to headquarters again on Saturday evening next, 6.15pm in what is likely to be another difficult encounter with Tang. All Caulry supporters are asked to come out in force once again.


Minor Championship
Caulry 1-10
Rosemount 1-13
Caulry made the short journey to Rosemount on Wednesday evening last and came up short against the home side. Apart from a period in the second quarter, our lads did not play with the confidence and fluency of previous games. This and ultimately, missing what would normally be three very scoreable frees proved to be their undoing. Stephen Brookes was outstanding in defence and well supported by Aaron Roarke and Colin Shortall. However further afield only Patrick Sleator and Hugh Allen reached required levels, although others could certainly not be faulted for effort. Overall the team can be pleased with some excellent performances throughout the year, and there is certainly the nucleus of a very good team going forward, even if this was one that may have got away. Our thanks to the management team of Richie Higgins, Colin White, John Madden and Donie Malone for their efforts.
Caulry: Killian Nagle, Stephen Brookes, Aaron Roarke, Colin Shortall, Killian Healy, Sean O Neill, Patrick McMahon, Alan Daly, Patrick Sleator, Stephen Connolly, Eoin Fox (0-3), Emmet Nally, Conor McCormack (0-1), Hugh Allen (1-3), Stephen Byrne (0-3).
Subs used: Lee O Grady, Patrick Browne, Christen Jocker, 


Under 16 Championship Division 3 Semi-Final
Caulry 3-15
Killucan 6-3
Caulry Under 16 team gave an exhibition of all out football on Monday week last in the semi-final against Killucan. Played in the local park, the men in red and white moved the ball at pace to accumulate excellent team scores and lead 3-8 to 1-1 at the half way stage. They continued in the same vein in the early stages of the second half against the shell shocked visitors, until their ‘old Achilles heel’ returned. For the second game in row, we proceeded to concede a series of very soft goals, which left the scoreline much closer than it should at the final whistle. We now go forward to the final, knowing that we have the talent to go all the way, but must find a way to prevent the concession of goals. As the Dubs found out, a shootout does not always prevail.  Nevertheless, it would be unfair to rain on what was otherwise a superb performance, which greatly entertained the good sized attendance. Again it was a good all round performance, with Sean Clinton, Charlie Parker, Conor McCormack, and Jordan Dunning particularly excelling.
Team: Aaron Malone, Kevin O Flaherty, Lee Guinan Malone, Charlie Parker, Neil Clinton, Sean Clinton, Conor McCormack (1-4), Irwin Griffin (0-3), Cialain Dollard (1-1), Jordan Dunning (0-4),  Peter O Kelly Lynch (1-1), Jack Connaughton, Colin Murphy,  Emmet Nally (0-1), Jack Bradbury Hughes (0-1) Sean Woods, Liam Malynn, Aaron Fallon, Neil Fleming, Shane Cleary.


Under 14 Championship Division 1
Caulry 3-16
Coralstown-Kinnegad  2-5
Caulry had a good home victory against Coralstown-Kinnegad on Thursday evening last. Playing some excellent fast football from the start, Caulry led 2-10 to 1-3 at the break. They continued this on the restart and never looked likely to be overhauled by physically smaller visiting team, who also produced passages of good football on a lovely balmy autumn evening. This was another good all round team performance with Jack Sheehan, Eoin Shortall, Darren Browne, Neil Clinton, Liam Doyle and Adam Donoghue stand out performers.
Team: James Clavin, Eugene Costello, Jack Sheehan, Eoin Shortall, Dylan Lowry, Darren Browne (0-1), Zach Nolan, Neil Clinton (0-1), Sean Fox (0-1), Liam Doyle (1-3), Darcy Lawless (0-2), Shane Cleary (0-1), Adam Donoghue (1-1), Colin Murphy (1-6), Thomas Dunning, Luke Hamilton, Glen Carolan,  Roan Sweeney, Adam Mullins.


Fixtures
Caulry U12 play Shannon Gaels (Maryland-Tang) in the League at home on this Wednesday evening at 6.30pm


Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot in our draw held on 8th September last. 
Numbers drawn were 1,3,8,21
Weekly winners of the €30.  Carmella Ryan, Sam & Damien Mitchell, Aine Buckley, Mary Egan, Mount Temple/Baylin Community Games. 
Sellers prize €30: Michael Allen
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €7600 on September 15th.


ALL Ireland Draw & Table Quiz
Caulry are holding a table quiz and a draw for All Ireland Football tickets in Egans Mount Temple on this Friday September 19th . Tickets at €5 are now on sale. First prize is 2 All Ireland Tickets, One nights accommodation & free bet. Second prize is 2 All Ireland Football Tickets & free bet. Third Prize is a TV. With 3 further prizes of yearly lotto membership. Anyone with tickets sold or monies are asked to return same in good time. Thank you for your support in what is a much needed fund raiser.


Club Golf Outing
There will be a 12 Hole 3 Ball Scratch outing in Mount Temple Golf Club also on this Friday starting at 3pm. Anyone interested in playing please, contact Jack Allen 086 2601905 for further details.
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