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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 19th July 2015-

posted 20 Jul 2015, 01:01 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 20 Jul 2015, 01:32 ]
Headlines This Week-
Lotto Results, Inter-County, Under 12 League, Under 14, Egan Cup Final and Fixtures
Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €16,200 in our draw held on 13th of July last.
Numbers drawn: 5, 12,21, 27
Weekly winners of the €30: Mary Macken, Hugh Flynn, Elaine Keenan, Margaret Buckley, Ann O Hara
Sellers prize €30: Mick Allen
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €16,400 on 20th of July 2015.

Inter County
Best of luck to Damien Dolan, Kevin Maguire and the rest of the Westmeath panel who take on Fermanagh on Saturday. Anyone interested in traveling to the match, contact Ger Carroll on 0879688814.

Under 12 League
Caulry 5-11
Garrycastle 2-5
We welcomed our near neighbours Garrycastle  on Wednesday night. This is the second time the sides met this year.The home side started the brighter and led at half time.The second half began  with the same pace as the first had ended and Caulry  moved the ball well with some fine support play. C Paul played well in goal with some fine saves and was accurate in his kickouts while in defence  Shane Lawless  and Ruiari Casey were dependable.Half-backs were Alan Lynam,Tom Cloonan( 2pts) and Adam Doyle .Midfield paired Sean Murphy (1pt) who is growing in stature alongside Senan Baker(1pt)  who worked tirelessly all evening.Half-forwards consisted of Joey Berry(2-0),Alan Malynn(1-4)who linked well with midfield , and Paul Hogan(1pt) .The inside forwards were James Buckley(2-1) and Adam  Dunning.Subs were Ben Claffey, Tadhg Baker(1pt),Adam O Grady,Patrick Kenny ,Andrew S Traynor, Harry S Traynor,Josh Rhattigan,Oisin Shortall,Tiarnan O Donovan .Final score Caulry 5-11 Garrycastle2-5

Under 14 Championship Division 2

Caulry 5-14

Tyrrellspass 2-13

Caulry got their Under 14 Championship campaign off to a successful start when hosting Tyrrellspass on Thursday evening last. Despite the constant rain both sides served up an entertaining game of football. The visitors raced into a two point lead, but an expertly struck penalty by Adam Donoghue settled our lads. Two more clinical finishes by ‘chief executioner’ Roan Sweeney put the boys in red in the driving seat. They proceeded to add another well worked seven points to their tally and led 3-7 to 0-5 at the interval. Both sides continued to produce a competitive second half as excellent points were exchanged. However, thanks to a brilliant all round goalkeeping display from James Clavin, the Tidy Town could not get the all-important much needed goals, while Adam Donoghue showed great leadership ability at important stages. Just when Tyrrellspass looked to be making inroads, Caulry showed the strength of the bench, where all three introduced played important roles. Shane Hynes, played a vital part in both goals for Thomas Dunning and Alan Malynn which effectively killed off the visitors challenge. Alan Malynn added a quickfire 1-1, while young Ruairi Casey made some vital interceptions and curbed a dangerous forward threat when introduced. Tyrrellspass to their credit never gave up and were rewarded with two well converted penalties to add respectability to the scoreboard. This was a good all round performance for Caulry with James Clavin inspiring, in defence Rory Mullins, Ciaran Gaynor and Colm Shortall were solid in addition to lauching quick attacks. James Carey and Olan Healy are turning into a very effective midfield pairing who are prepared to work their socks off. In attack Adam Donoghue and Thomas Dunning are providing the craft and leadership, with Josh Jocher, Luke Buckley, Jamie Conlon and Roan Sweeney, the industry, skill, speed and finishing to form a very effective unit. While it is important to start with a win, the lads will know they will have to put in the work on the training field for the stiffer challenges that lie ahead.
Team: James Clavin, Ciaran Gaynor, Glenn Carolan, Rory Mullins, Colm Shortall, Zach Nolan, Sean Malone, Olan Healy (0-1), James Carey, Luke Buckley, Thomas Dunning (1-4), Josh Jocher, Jamie Conlon, Adam Donoghue (1-7), Roan Sweeney (2-1), Shane Hynes, Alan Malynn (1-1), Ruairi Casey

Egan Cup Final
Caulry 1-11
Moate 3-15
Caulry invited Moate All Whites to the local park on Sunday afternoon for the Egan Cup Final and went down very tamely to the opposition on a scoreline of 1-11 to 3-15.
Moate raced into a three point lead with a superb goal just 30 seconds after the throw-in. Caulry responded with two points from play from Conor McCormack and Paddy Sleator. Moate began to build up a commanding lead as they  kicked an unanswered 0-5. A goal from Paddy Sleator on the 9th minute left just three points between the sides. Both teams traded scores, with Paddy Sleator, Robbie Hickey and Emmet Nally scoring for the homeside. Moate hit the back of the Caulry net for a second time on the 19th minute. Late points from Ernie Buckely and Eoghan Grennan meant Moate led 2-10 to 1-7 at the interval.
On the resumption, a Robbie Hickey point narrowed the gap between the sides. Moate worked tirelessly throughout and kicked the next three scores of the game. Jack O’Kelly Lynch and Alan Fitzpatrick pointed for Caulry. However, Moate responded with a well-taken goal. Caulry never showed the desire, aggression and will to win as they chased the deficit throughout. Best for Caulry on the day were Jack O’Kelly Lynch, Ernie Buckley and Gary Flanagan. A late point from John Maguire left the scoreboard reading 3-15 to 1-11 at the final whistle.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Jack O’Kelly Lynch (0-1), Pat Buckely, James Pettit, Ben Moran, Ernie Buckley (0-1), Keith McMenamin, Gary Flanagan, Sean Doyle, Gavin Byrne, Robbie Hickey (0-2, 1f), Emmet Nally (0-1), Conor McCormack (0-1), Paddy Sleator (1-2), Stephen Connolly
Subs: Declan Donohoe for Pat Buckley, Alan Fitzpatrick (0-1, 1f) for Stephen Connolly, John Maguire (0-1)for Gavin Byrne, Sean Clinton for Keith McMenamin, Eoghan Grennan (0-1) for Emmet Nally, Robbie Ryan for Robbie Hickey, Alan Carrol for Sean Doyle, Brian Mullarney for Ben Moran

Under 14 Champioship Caulry v Kilbeggan/St Josephs in Kilbeggan Sunday July 26th at 11.30am
JFC v The Downs next Sunday at 11:30am in the park