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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 16th August 2015

posted 17 Aug 2015, 01:09 by Samantha Carroll
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Westmeath Minor Manager, Senior Championship and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €17,000 in our draw held on 10th of August last.
Numbers drawn: 13, 14, 20, 27
Weekly winners of the €30: Cyril O’Hara, Carmella Ryan, Eoghan Darcy, Evan Roarke, Ercus Fallon
Sellers prize €30: Colin Hatton
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €17,200 on 17th of August 2015.

Westmeath Minor Manager
Congratulations and the very best of luck to Peter Leahy on his appointment as Westmeath Minor Manager for the coming season.

Senior Championship
Caulry v Maryland
Maryland 3-5
It was a game where both teams had to battle up until the final whistle but Caulry had the determination and will to win to edge out neighbours and old rivals, Maryland, on a scoreline of 3-7 to 3-5 in Hogan Park on Tuesday evening last.
Maryland hit the ground running with a fine point from play from Kieran Martin inside the opening 60 seconds. Maryland stretched their lead to two points on the 7th minute. It took Caulry thirteen minutes to register their first score of the game, which came from a pointed-free from David Brookes. Brookes equalised a minute later with another free. Caulry got their noses in front with a superb point from Eoin Fox on the 23rd minute, which was a lead Caulry would not relinquish. Caulry got their first goal of the evening after a superb pass from Alan Fitzpatrick enabled Robbie Kenny to rifle the ball to the back of the Maryland net. Great fielding from Gary Flanagan saw Paddy Sleator rattle the net a minute later which stretched Caulry’s lead to seven points. A late goal for Maryland narrowed the deficit to four points just before the interval, on a scoreline of 2-3 to 1-2.
On the resumption, Maryland worked hard and a goal on the 35th minute left just one point between the sides. Brookes kicked the next two scores of the game. Combined team work from Paddy Sleator and David Brookes saw Brookes tap the ball into the back of the Maryland net on the 46th minute to leave six points between the sides. The teams traded scores, with Alan Fitzpatrick pointing for Caulry. A Maryland goal on the 57th minute and a point from play left the narrowest of margins between the sides. Maryland had some missed opportunities and a point from Peter Smyth two minutes into injury time left the scoreboard reading 3-7 to 3-5 at the final whistle.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Jack O’Kelly Lynch, Brian Mullarney, Kevin Maguire, Damien Dolan, Ernie Buckley, Ben Moran, Sean Doyle, Gary Flanagan, Eoin Fox (0-1), Robbie Kenny (1-0), Eoghan Grennan, David Brookes (1-4, 2f), Alan Fitzpatrick (0-1, 1f), Paddy Sleator (1-0)

Subs: Declan Donohoe for Brian Mullarney, John Maguire for Gary Flanagan, Peter Smyth (0-1) for Eoin Fox, Emmet Nally for Ben Moran

Caulry v Mullingar Shamrocks
Mullingar Shamrocks 1-18
Caulry travelled to Rosemount on Saturday evening last for their latest SFC fixture and went down to a strong opposition on a scoreline of 1-18 to 3-5.
Caulry hit the ground running with a fisted goal from Paddy Sleator after some nice combined teamwork by Sleator and Alan Fitzpatrick. David Brookes pointed on the 4th minute. Joe McMahon brought off a great save and a brilliant interception by Eoin Fox enabled Caulry to stretch their lead to five points with a fine point from Robbie Hickey. It took Mullingar Shamrocks thirteen minutes to get their first score as a goal opportunity was deflected over the bar by Joe McMahon. Brookes got his second score of the evening, which was soon followed by Mullingar hitting the back of the Caulry net on the 16th minute. Mullingar Shamrocks began to dominate proceedings as they scored an unanswered 0-6 to leave Caulry trailing 1-8 to 1-3 at the interval.
Three quick scores early in the second half stretched the opposition’s lead to eight points. Paddy Sleator rattled the back of the Mullingar net for a second time on the 35th minute, which was soon followed by a Shamrock’s point. Sleator got his third goal a minute later after a superb pass from Fox. However, Mullingar responded with four points in quick succession. Two pointed-frees from Alan Fitzpatrick and Conor McCormack narrowed the gap between the sides to five points. Unfortunately, Caulry chased the deficit throughout and a late score from Lorcan Smyth sealed the victory, with the scoreboard reading 1-18 to 3-5 at the final whistle.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Jack O’Kelly Lynch, Declan Donohoe, Damien Dolan, Ernie Buckely, Kevin Maguire, Eoghan Grennan, Sean Doyle, Gary Flanagan, Alan Fitzpatrick (0-1, 1f), Robbie Kenny, Eoin Fox, David Brookes (0-2), Robbie Hickey (0-1), Paddy Sleator (3-0)
Subs: Conor McCormack (0-1, 1f) for Eoghan Grennan, John Maguire for Gary Flanagan, Peter Smyth for Robbie Kenny, James Pettit for Jack O’Kelly Lynch, Gavin Byrne for Robbie Hickey

SFC v Castledaly in Tang on Friday at 7pm