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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 24th July 2016-

posted 24 Jul 2016, 23:51 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 25 Jul 2016, 04:22 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, Inter-County, U16 League, Minor Championship, JFC, U14 Championship and Fixture

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €3,600 in our draw held on 18th of July last.
Numbers drawn: 4, 9, 10, 15
Weekly winners of the €30: Eileen Keenan, Sarah Louise Egan, Jack Claffey, Claire Carroll, Anthony Flynn
Sellers prize €30: Mick Allen
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €3,800 on 25th of July 2016.

Sympathies
It was with great sadness and deep regret that we learned of the passing of Agnes Hatton on Saturday last, after a long illness borne with great dignity and fortitude. Agnes was a past Principle of Baylin National School where she fostered a deep love of Gaelic games and for many generations of Caulry players it was their first and enduring introduction to the games. Agnes was a great supporter of the Caulry club and all things cultural. Her husband, George is a stalwart member and past player of the club. Her two sons, David and Kenneth also played with distinction, and in addition, joined with their sister, Freda, in representing us for many years at Scor. The large turn out at Agnes’s funeral and guard of honour, bore fitting testimony to the high esteem in which she was held. In addition, flags were flown at half mast on the club grounds and a minutes silence observed at all matches during the week. We extend our deepest sympathy to George, David, Kenneth, Freda and the extended family on their great loss.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

Inter County
Best of luck to Kevin Maguire and the rest of the Westmeath panel who take on Mayo in the qualifiers at the weekend.

U16 League
Caulry 4-18
Maryland/Tang 4-10
Caulry clinched the Division 1 League title by virtue of a hard fought victory in their final league match against a dogged Maryland/Tang outfit. At home on a warm and balmy Tuesday evening last, the rather large attendance witnessed another entertaining encounter with some long range exceptional point taking from both sides the order of the day. Despite being at opposite ends of the table, any thoughts that the combination side would hand the hosts an easy two points were very quickly dispelled within seconds of the throw in, when the visitors goaled. Caulry regained their composure with well worked points from Matthew Nally and Darren Browne. Our first goal arrived around the ten minute mark, and inevitably it was Nally who finished after good build up play. We added four more points, before Maryland/Tang flicked home a second goal. We added another goal and a series of excellent points as a result of some patent and flowing moves to lead 2-10 to 2-4 at the break.
The start of the second period was a reverse of the first. This time Neil Clinton raced through for a fine individual to put us firmly in the driving. Despite this cushion, the Maryland/Tang boys remained determined and defiant, adding scores to keep within touching distance. It was not until another late Matthew Nally special that the Caulry boys could relax somewhat and celebrate a successful league campaign.
This was another fine all round performance by all Caulry players on duty. Darren Browne, was the stand out player in defence, in addition to kicking four invaluable points. Once again, Colin Murphy, Neil Clinton and Sean Fox controlled the game for large parts, in addition to providing the necessary leadership. Paddy McHugh and Liam Doyle were another great source of possession, while Thomas Dunning possess the necessary tools in his armoury to unlock the tightest of defences and feed a score hungry, Adam Donoghue and Matthew Nally.
Well done to the panel and their management team of Gerry Donoghue, Matt Hamilton, Brian Carolan, Hugh Clavin and TJ Dunning.
Team & Scorers: James Clavin, Jack Sheehan, Eoin Shortall, Adam Mullins, Darren Browne (0-4), Dylan Lowry, Zach Nolan, Colin Murphy (0-1), Neil Clinton (1-2), Liam Doyle (0-1), Thomas Dunning (0-2), Paddy McHugh, Adam Donoghue (0-4), Sean Fox (0-1), Matthew Nally (3-3), Daniel Buckley, Glenn Carolan, Luke Hamilton, Ciarian Geoghegan, Shane Hynes, Eugene Costello, Rory Mullins, Shane Cleary.


Minor Championship Round 1
Caulry 3-21
Mullingar Shamrocks 2-4
Caulry made the journey to Springfield Park on Wednesday last for their first game of this year’s Minor Championship.
Our lads raced out of the tracks as Sean Woods rattled the back of the Mullingar net inside the opening 60 seconds. Liam Malynn kicked Caulry’s first point of the game on the 2nd minute. Colin Murphy worked hard in the middle of the field as points from Malynn and Woods kept the scoreboard ticking over. Some fine scores from Conor McCormack and Cialan Dollard allowed Caulry to build up a commanding lead early in the half. The Shamrocks’ boys got off the mark on the quarter-hour mark with a well-taken goal. However, our defence held strong with Darren Hynds and Eoin Shortall having impressive displays. Some good play from Sean and Neil Clinton allowed Dollard and Murphy to tap over fine points. Ultimately, our lads dominated proceedings in the first half as further scores from McCormack and Bradbury Hughes left Mullingar Shamrocks trailing 1-12 to 1-0 at the halftime whistle.
The second half followed in the same vein with our lads on top. An early point from Sean Clinton stretched Caulry’s lead. The Mullingar boys drew two back with two pointed frees. Charlie Parker defended well as Clinton and McCormack added to the scoring tally. Mullingar Shamrocks kicked the next score of the game to narrow the deficit. However, some good combined teamwork from our lads enabled Dollard to send the ball to the back of the opposition’s net on the 39th minute. Caulry kicked an unanswered 0-3, with Malynn, McCormack and Bradbury Hughes on target. A well-taken goal from Bradbury Hughes allowed our lads to push on. Substitutes Adam Mullins and Emmet Nally worked well when introduced as Lee Guinan Malone, Clinton and Dollard slotted over some nice scores. A late penalty for Shamrocks meant Caulry ran out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 3-21 to 2-4.
Team & Scorers: Jack Connaughton, Kevin O’Flaherty, Eoin Shortall, Darren Hynds, Jordan Dunning, Neil Clinton, Charlie Parker, Colin Murphy (0-1), Sean Clinton (0-3), Peter O’Kelly Lynch, Jack Bradbury Hughes (1-2), Cialan Dollard (1-4), Liam Malynn (0-4), Sean Woods (1-2), Conor McCormack (0-4, 3 f. 1 ‘45’)
Subs: Lee Guinan Malone (0-1) for Colin Murphy, Liam Doyle for Sean Woods, Emmet Nally for Eoin Shortall, Adam Mullins for Darren Hynds, Neil Flemming for Conor McCormack

Junior Championship
Caulry 3-17
Tubberclaire 0-5
Caulry notched up another win on Friday evening last as they played host to Tubberlcaire for their latest JFC fixture.
Caulry hit the ground running and built up an early lead with two quick goals from Gavin Byrne and Hugh Allen. A good kickout from Michael Carroll was worked up the field and tapped over the bar by Eric Fallon on the 7th minute. Tubberclaire responded with a well-taken point from play. However, some good defending from James Pettit and Pat Buckley enabled Hugh Allen to stretch Caulry’s lead. Gary Flanagan kicked the next two scores of the game to leave nine points the margin by the quarter-hour mark. A superb intercept from Eoin Donohoe and some good combined teamwork from Stephen Woods and Ben Moran allowed Mark Fitzpatrick to rattle the back of the opposition’s net on the 17th minute. The Tubberclaire men worked hard and converted two frees to narrow the deficit. However, a late point from Keith McMenamin meant Caulry lead 3-6 to 0-3 at the interval.
On the resumption, Stephen Brookes added to the scoring tally with two quick points. A good pass from Hugh Allen found Fallon who slotted the ball over the bar. Further points from Woods and Byrne kept the scoreboard ticking over. A Tubberclaire point narrowed the margins on the 11th minute. The teams exchanged scores, with Allen and Byrne on target for the homeside. Charlie Parker defended well in the closing stages of the game as late scores from Donohoe, Tom Doyle and Woods sealed the victory on a scoreline of 3-17 to 0-5.
Team & Scorers: Michael Carroll, Charlie Parker, Pat Buckley, James Pettit, Keith McMenamin (0-1), Ben Moran, Harry Hughes, Gary Flanagan (0-2, 1f), Eoin Donohoe (0-1), Gavin Byrne (1-3), Stephen Woods (0-3), Stephen Brookes (0-2), Hugh Allen (1-2), Mark Fitzpatrick (1-0), Eric Fallon (0-2) 
Subs: Ciaran Allen for Ben Moran,  Cillian Nagle for Michael Carroll, James Daly for Gary Flanagan, Killian Healy for James Pettit, Daniel Seery for Stephen Brookes, Tom Doyle (0-1) for Harry Hughes

U14 Championship
Caulry 4-13
Shandonagh 3-7
Caulry and Shandonagh served up an exciting encounter in the local park on Saturday evening last for their latest U14 Championship fixture.
The Caulry boys were first off the mark with a well-taken point from James Carey. Clom Shortall defended well as Rory Mullins kicked the next two scores of the game. Olan Healy worked well in the middle of the field as a point from Sean Malone stretched our lads’ lead on the 7th minute. However, the opposition worked hard and rattled the back of the Caulry net. Shandonagh drew level on the 12th minute with a superb point from play. The opposition then scored another goal to put their noses in front. A pointed-free from Alan Malynn drew one back by the quarter-hour mark. However, Shandonagh rallied on with three unanswered points. A late pointed-free from Malynn left four points between the sides at the interval on a scoreline of 2-4 to 0-6. 
After the break, our lads began to dominate proceedings. Our defence held strong when put under pressure with Ciaran Gaynor and Tom Cloonan having impressive displays. The lads worked well together as points from Malynn and Roan Sweeney narrowed the deficit. A brace of goals in the second half secured our lads the win on a scoreline of 4-13 to 3-7.
Team: Conor Paul, Ciaran Gaynor, Colm Shortall, Leroy Coughlan, Senan Baker, Tom Cloonan, Sean Murphy, Olan Healy, Rory Mullins, Roan Sweeney, James Carey, Alan Malynn, Sean Malone, Luke Buckley, James Buckley

Fixture
U16 Championship at home to Millmore Gaels Monday, 25th July at 7:30pm

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