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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 1st July 2018-

posted 1 Jul 2018, 21:12 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 3 Jul 2018, 02:34 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, U16 Championship, Division 2 ACFL, Minor League, U14 Championship and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €7,000 in our draw held on 25th of June last.
Numbers drawn: 7, 9, 21, 25
Weekly winners of the €30: Sean Byrne, Paul O’Brien, Tom Stuart Trainor, Jane & Joe Whelan, Anne Smyth
Sellers prize €30: Carmel Geoghegan
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €7,200 on 2nd of July 2018.

Sympathies
The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Higgins family, High Warren, Baylin on their recent sad loss.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

U16 Championship
Caulry 4-10
Clann Braoinain 3-7
Our U16s got off to a good start in their championship campaign on Monday evening last when they hosted Clann Braoinain for their opening game.
Our lads raced out of the tracks after a good kickout from Ruiari Casey was brilliantly worked up the field and slotted into the back of the opposition’s net on the 1st minute. Olan Healy then raced up the field and put his name on the scoresheet with his fisted effort. The two Buckleys combined well as Luke pointed to stretch Caulry’s lead. Clann Braoinain got off the mark on the 5th minute with a fine point from play. Colm Shortall impressed in defence as some good work from Jamie Conlon and Luke Buckley enabled Carey to add to the scoring tally. A fine pass from Buckley then found Conlon who side-stepped the keeper and rattled the Clann Braoinain net on the 11th minute. However, the opposition dug deep, responding with a quick 1-1 to reduce the deficit to four. Senan Baker fielded the ball well as Alex Grinko made his impact as he registered Caulry’s third goal of the evening. Healy intercepted the ball well in the backline and rallied up the field adding another goal on the 20th minute. The opposition responded with another quick 1-1. However, a late converted-free from Alan Malynn saw Caulry lead 4-4 to 2-3 at halftime.
Malynn kicked the first score of the second half two minutes after the resumption of play. Despite a display a great combined teamwork, our boys were unlucky to miss a goal opportunity on the 33rd minute. A goal for the opposition chipped away at the Caulry lead. However, Malynn responded well by raising two white flags of his own. The teams then exchanged scores with Conlon adding one for Caulry after a good pass from Josh Jocher. Casey cleared his goal-line well as two fine scores from Malynn stretched Caulry’s lead. However, the opposition never hung their heads as they kicked three fine scores late in the game. A brace of saves from Casey ensured Caulry ran out winners on a scoreline of 4-10 to 3-7.
Team & Scorers: Ruiari Casey, Leroy Coughlan, Sean Murphy, Ciaran Gaynor, Colm Shortall, Olan Healy (1-1), Josh Jocher, Senan Baker, Rory Mullins, Jamie Conlon (1-1), Luke Buckley (0-1), Alan Malynn (0-6, 3f), James Buckley, James Carey (1-1), Alex Grinko (1-0)
Subs: Adam Dunning for Alex Grinko

Division 2 ACFL
Caulry 4-7
Ballynacargy 4-13
Our lads wrapped up their Division 2 ACFL campaign when they played host to Ballynacargy on a sunny Tuesday evening last.
Ballynacargy burst out of the tracks with a well-taken goal on the 2nd minute. Sean Clinton opened Caulry’s scoring tally soon after with a fine point from play. The game went on a point for point basis with Ben Kenny on target for Caulry. Ballynacargy put themselves in the driving seat as they rattled the back of the Caulry net for a second time on the 11th minute. However, our lads responded well after the Clinton brothers combined allowing Neil to draw one back. The teams then exchanged frees. A good pass from Kenny found Cialan Dollard who point on the 14th minute. Damien Dolan then made a superb run up the field and riffled the back of the Ballynacargy net. However, our lads failed to lift their performance, missing some scoring chances as the opposition kicked a trio of points. Conor Dolan then raised the green flag late in the half to leave the narrowest of margins between the sides at the interval.
On the resumption, Ballynacargy began to push on adding an unanswered 1-4 inside the first 10 minutes. Alan Daly drew one back by the end of the third quarter. However, this was soon followed by another Ballynacargy point. Neil Clinton recycled the ball well enabling Daly to hit the back of the Ballynacargy net on the 53rd minute. Some good work from Dollard and Murphy then set Daly up for his second goal of the evening. Dolan defended well as a converted-free from Murphy left just two between the sides. However, Ballynacargy dug deep and secured their win with late scores leaving Caulry trail 4-13 to 4-7 at the fulltime whistle.
This defeat means our lads finish on 8 points and secure their Division 2 ACFL status for next year.
Team & Scorers: Cillian Nagle, Damien Dolan (1-0), Eoin Fox, Darren Hynds, Conor Dolan (1-0), Ben Moran, Harry Hughes, Stephen Connolly, Sean Clinton (0-1), Cialan Dollard (0-1), Colin Murphy (0-2, 2f), Neil Clinton (0-1), Anthony Allen, Ben Kenny (0-1), Andy O’Sullivan
Subs: Alan Daly (2-1) for Anthony Allen, John Maguire for Stephen Connolly, James Daly for Neil Clinton, Ciaran Allen for Darren Hynds

Minor League
Caulry 9-21
Shandonagh 2-5
Our minors had a comprehensive win over a much depleted Shandonagh side on Wednesday evening last in the park.
An early point from Liam Doyle got our lads off the mark. Shandonagh soon drew level as they slotted the ball over the bar at the other end of the field. Good combined teamwork from Darren Browne and Doyle allowed Matthew Nally to add a quick 1-1 to the scoring tally. The opposition then left just one point between the sides as the converted a penalty on the 8th minute. However, this was soon followed by a Caulry goal from Colin Murphy after a superb attack from Glen Carolan. Our lads then outscored the opposition 3-5 to 0-2 to leave them in the driving seat at the break.
Shandonagh got off to a good start in the second half with a well worked goal. However, our lads soon settled into proceedings again with scores from Paddy McHugh, Senan Baker and Olan Healy. Eoin Shortall and Adam Mullins defended well as further scores from Thomas Dunning, Ciaran Geoghegan and Rory Mullins stretched the margins between the sides. Shandonagh were unlucky to miss a goal scoring opportunity on the 47th minute as they settled for a point. Ultimately, our lads proved too strong for the opposition and ran out comfortable winners on the evening.
Team & Scorers: James Clavin, Glenn Carolan, Adam Mullins (0-1), Rian Rasmussen, Eoin Shortall, Dylan Lowry (0-1), Luke Hamilton, Darren Browne (1-1), Colin Murphy (1-0), Matthew Nally (2-3), Paddy McHugh (1-1), Shane Hynes (0-1), Ciaran Geoghegan (2-1), Liam Doyle (0-4)
Subs: Ruiari Casey, Neil Clinton, Olan Healy (1-0), Senan Baker (0-4), Sean Murphy, Rory Mullins (0-1), Thomas Dunning (1-1)

U14 Championship
Caulry 3-3
Milmore Gaels 2-14
Our U14 lads suffered a defeat to a good Milmore Gaels side in the local park on Thursday evening last.
Milmore Gaels got off to a good start and were 1-2 up before Caulry registered their first score of the game. This coming from Conor Hynes who sent the ball to the back of the Milmore Gaels net after a good pass from Tiarnan O’Donovan. Milmore Gaels impressed up front as they responded with four quick points. Our lads kicked some wides before Aaron Murray put his name on the scoresheet with a fine point from play. Murray then combined well with David Gaynor who set Tadgh Baker up for a score to leave Caulry trailing 1-6 to 1-2 at the interval.
Despite some good defending from Michael McDonald, Milmore Gaels kicked the first two points of the second half. Our lads tried hard as Murray hit the Milmore Gael’s net on the 34th minute. The Caulry boys then drew level soon after as O’Dovonan hit the back of the opposition’s net. However, the Milmore Gaels boys showed a never say die attitude as they raced up the field and hit the back of the Caulry net to put their noses in front. The opposition then kicked the next two scores of the game as Aaron Murphy tried hard in the defence. Alan Lynam drew one back with a converted-free before Milmore Gaels slotted over another brace of points to run out winners on a scoreline of 2-14 to 3-3.
Team & Scorers: Paul Hogan, Michael McDonald, Ben Claffey, Aaron Murphy, Tiarnan O’Donovan (1-0), Aaron Murray (1-1), Oisin Shortall, Alan Lynam (0-1, 1f), Joey Berry, Tadgh Baker (0-1), Brendan Kelly McCormack, Aindriu Lynam, Conor Hynes (1-0), David Gaynor

Fixtures
U12 Football in the park on Wednesday at 7pm
Minor Championship at home to Kilbeggan/St. Josephs on Monay, July 9th at 7pm
U16 Championship away to Athlone on Wednesday, July 11th at 7pm

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