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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 24th June 2018-

posted 24 Jun 2018, 22:07 by Samantha Carroll
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Mock Plaque, Best Wishes, Kellogg's Cúl Camp, Division 4 ACFL and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €6,800 in our draw held on 18th of June last.
Numbers drawn: 14, 18, 20, 28
Weekly winners of the €30: Brendan O’Flaherty, Ger Muldoon, Jamie, David & Kitty Keegan, Leo Buckley, Tara Allen
Sellers prize €30: Regina Doyle
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €7,000 on 25th of June 2018.

Mock Plaque
There is a mock plaque on display outside the clubhouse for our Sponsor A Sod Draw. If anyone wants to change their name prior to the displaying of the permanent plaque, contact any committee member.

Best Wishes
Congratulations to Alan Rigney and his wife Lisa on the birth of their baby girl recently. 

Kellogg’s Cúl Camp
Caulry GAA are hosting Kellogg's Cúl Camp from 16th to 20th July 2018. To book go to

Division 4 ACFL
Caulry 3-17
St. Paul’s 1-7
Our juniors finished on a high in their final game of this year’s Division 4 ACFL when they ran out comprehensive winners over St. Paul’s on Sunday morning last in the park.
Despite an early effort from Alan Daly coming back off the post, our lads opened the scoring account with a fine point from play from Colin Murphy. St. Paul’s soon drew level on the 5th minute with a point of their own. Both sides spurned some scoring chances as Anthony Allen kicked the next score of the game on the 8th minute. The opposition rattled the post and had to settle for a point on the 10th minute. However, our lads responded well as Murphy rose his second white flag of the game. Harry Hughes and James Daly worked hard as they set Peter Smyth up for a score on the 13th minute. Andy O’Sullivan then left five points between the sides as he rattled the back of the St. Paul’s net. Sean Fox and Darren Hynds impressed in the backline as Allen and Stephen Brookes tagged on some points. St. Paul’s never backed down as they kept in touch by adding an unanswered 1-1 late in the half. However, O’Sullivan put Caulry back in the driving seat before the interval as he combined well with Liam Malynn sending the ball to the back of the opposition’s net.
The second half followed in much the same vein with Caulry dominating throughout. Our lads raced out of the tracks with a trio of points from O’Sullivan, Alan Daly and Brookes. Murphy’s shot on goal was brilliantly blocked down by the St. Paul’s goalie as he settled for a point. O’Sullivan and Murphy then combined well enabling Neil Clinton to put his name on the scoresheet. Brain Mullarney intercepted the ball well as O’Sullivan got his hattrick at the end of the third quarter. Malynn then added with a fine finish to leave Caulry fourteen points the good. St. Paul’s struggled to get the ball into their inside forwards as their first scores of the second half came on the 47th and 50th minute with two fine points. Smyth and Daly set Clinton up for a point soon after. Further scores from Allen and Connolly stretched the margins between the sides. Two late scores for the opposition meant Caulry ran out worthy winners on a scoreline of 3-17 to 1-7.
This win means our lads finish up with 6 points securing their place in Division 4 ACFL for nest year. Well done all.
Team & Scorers: Cillian Nagle, Adam Mullins, Brain Mullarney, Darren Hynds, Alan Daly (0-1), Sean Fox, Harry Hughes, Neil Clinton (0-3), James Daly, Stephen Brookes (0-2), Peter Smyth (0-1), Colin Murphy (0-3), Anthony Allen (0-4, 1f), Andy O’Sullivan (3-1), Liam Malynn (0-1)
Subs: Eoin Shortall for Darren Hynds, Paddy McMahon for Colin Murphy, Stephen Connolly (0-1) for Andy O’Sullivan

U16 Championship at home to Clann Braoinain on Monday at 7pm
Division 2 ACFL at home to Ballynacargy on Tuesday at 7:30pm
U14 Championship at home to Milmore Gaels on Thursday at 7pm