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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 20th July 2014 -

posted 24 Jul 2014, 05:36 by Caulry Admin
Junior Championship 
Caulry 0-13 
Tubberclaire 2-16 
Caulry’s interest in this year’s Junior championship was all but ended as a result of this third straight defeat to Tubberclaire on Friday evening last in the local park. The visitors were the much better team throughout and kicked some fine scores for a deserved victory. Caulry were well served by Killian Nagle in goal, Keith McMemamain in defence. Patrick Sleator and Micky Fitzpatrick tried hard against a good opposition duo. Alan Daly gave his all as usual, with Alan Carroll and Robbie Rayn taking some good points. However, it was good to see Robbie Kenny being Caulry’s most effective performer after a long absence and he should offer good options to the Intermediate team as he gains more game time.
Team: Killian Nagle, Ciaran Allen, Pat Buckley, Keith McMemamain, Eoin Donoghue, Jack O Kelly-Lynch, Liam Muldoon, Patrick Sleator, Micky Fitzpatrick, Alan Daly (0-3), Robbie Kenny (0-1). Mark Malone, Alan Carroll (0-4), Nicky Killane, Robbie Ryan (0-5)
Subs used: Killian Healy, Darren O Connor, Evan Roarke, Stephen Brookes, Stephen Connolly
         
Caulry’s next outing in the Junior championship is against Coralstown-Kinnegad.


Fixtures
The underage championships are now set to take off with a flourish this coming week. The Under 14s are first in action on this coming Thursday evening. The Under 16 are due out the following Monday, July 28, followed by the Minors on following Wednesday.
The Under 12s are also due some League action on this coming Wednesday evening.


Golf Classic & Egan Cup
As a follow up to last years successful gathering, a golf classic will take place on Saturday August 2nd at Mount Temple Golf club. Tee times are available up to 2pm and further details can be had by contacting, Jack Allen 086 2601905. 
This will be followed in the evening by the Egan Cup football final, and will be rounded off by a barbeque in Egan’s Mount Temple.


Sympathy
Sympathy is extended to the Fitzpatrick family, Baylin on the recent death of Maureen.The Fitzpatrick family have had a long and loyal association with Caulry GAA down through the years and grandson, Michael is a present playing  member. 
The club also  wishes to extend its sympathy to the family of the late Tom Lowry. Tom was a great Gael, who loved the inter club rivalry and banter. While being a ‘ true blue Maryland man’, he nevertheless took great pride in the achievements of his grandson, Dylan, who is one of our most promising underage players.  


Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot in our draw held on 14th July last. 
Numbers drawn were 2,13,15,20 
Weekly winners of the €30 were:  Dylan Lowry, Mount Temple Drama, Bella Allen, Kathleen Malone, Anthony Clogher.
Sellers prize €30: Michael McMahon
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €6000 on July 21st.
               
                    

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