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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 19th July 2020-

posted 19 Jul 2020, 12:54 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 19 Jul 2020, 13:01 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, CE Vacancies, U15 Championship Round 1 and Fixtures

Club lotto
Congratulations to Lucy & Anna Carroll who were the lucky winners of our lotto jackpot of €10,800 in our draw held on 13th July last.
Numbers drawn: 1, 9, 19, 28
Weekly winners of the €30: All the little ones, Shane & Michelle, Larry & Joe, Richie Allen, Paul O’Brien
Sellers prize €30: Richie Higgins
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €2,000 on 20th of July 2020.

The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Maguire family, Nahad on the recent loss of Julie’s sister, Evelyn Fenton.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

CE Vacancies
Vacancies exist on the GAA Community Employment scheme for groundspersons/caretakers. Please contact 086 2321362 during office hours if you know of anyone who may qualify for the scheme. 

U15 Championship
Caulry 9-19
Western Gaels 0-3
Our U15 lads had a great start to their championship campaign with a comprehensive victory over Western Gaels on Sunday evening last.
Our lads burst out of the tracks with a well-taken goal from Aaron Murphy inside the opening 60 seconds. Western Gaels soon found their scoring boots as they tapped over the opening point of the game. Andrew Stuart Trainor then forced a turnover, sending a pass into Oisin Shortall who finished with a fine point. Cormac Murphy put his name on the scoring sheet on the 4th minute with his well-taken point. A pointed-free for the opposition preceded Andrew Stuart Trainor’s first score of the game, this coming from a routine free. Western Gaels pointed again on the 9th minute before points from Shortall and Stuart Trainor stretched our lead. Tadgh Baker worked tirelessly in defence as a superb display of teamwork from the Caulry forwards set Shortall up for Caulry’s second goal of the evening on the 17th minute. A trio of points, two from Stuart Trainor and one from Cody Parker, saw Caulry lead 2-8 to 0-3 at the halftime whistle.
A scoreless second half was in store for the opposition as the Caulry boys rallied on with a number of impressive displays all over the field. Shortall got things underway with his point straight after the resumption of play after a fine catch from O’Donovan. Murphy added a point before Aindriu Lynam rattled the net to claim Caulry’s hattrick on the 33rd minute. Shortall and O’Donovan ruled the roost at centre field with Stuart Trainor stepping up when called upon in the forward line, adding a remarkable 4-2 in the second half. Sean Donnelly and Darragh Shortall dug deep in defence as the Western Gael boys struggled to notch up scores. Max O’Sullivan set up a number of fine attacks with his long-range, pin-point kickouts as a late goal from Aaron Hanevy sealed Caulry’s win on a scoreline of 9-19 to 0-3.
Team & Scorers: Max O’Sullivan, Darragh Shortall, Eoin Murphy, Sean Donnelly, David Gaynor, Tadgh Baker (0-1), Cormac Murphy (0-1), Tiarnan O’Donovan (0-3), Oisin Shortall (1-4), Cody Parker (0-1), Andrew Stuart Trainor (4-6, 2f), Aaron Hanevy (1-1), Andriu Lynam (2-0), Aaron Murphy (1-2), Conor Hynes
Subs: Dean Byrne, Cian Heavin, Lee Corcoran, Dylan McCormack, Cian Lawless

ACFL Division 2A away to Moate on Monday, July 20th at 7:30pm
ACFL Division 4B at home to Moate on Tuesday, July 21st at 7:30pm
U17 Championship Round 1 at home to Lilliput Gaels on Wednesday, July 22nd at 7pm
U13 Championship Round 1 at home to Moate on Thursday, July 23rd at 7pm
JFC Round 1 
vs. Moate on Monday, August 3rd at 1pm in Tang