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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 26th July 2020-

posted 26 Jul 2020, 13:22 by Samantha Carroll
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, Division 2A ACFL, Division 4B ACFL, U17 Championship, U13 Championship and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €2,000 in our draw held 20th on of July last.
Numbers drawn: 1, 14, 20, 25
Weekly winners of the €30: Seamus & Bella Allen, Leo Fitzpatrick, Rosaleen Heavin, Ann Kilmartin, Lauren Claffey
Sellers prize €30: Kieran Hanevy
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €2,200 on 27th of July 2020.

Sympathies
The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Lawless family, Baylin on the recent loss of Anne’s mother, Ann (Dolly) Gilligan, Co. Clare, and to the Heavin family, Nahad on their recent sad loss.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.

Division 2A ACFL
Caulry 1-10
Moate 2-12
Our lads suffered a defeat to neighbours Moate in their opening game of the Division 2A ACFL on Monday evening last when they made the journey to Hogan Park.
Both sides were slow to settle, exchanging early wides before the homeside opened the scoring tally on the 4th minute with a point from play. Some miss-passes from Caulry trickled out wide as Moate drove on with a well-taken goal after working the ball up the field. Thomas Dunning then booted for Caulry’s first score of the game after combining nicely with Roan Sweeney. Our lads recycled the ball after two fine blocks from the Moate defence, with Sweeney eventually being fouled. The resulting free was slotted over the bar nicely by Colin Murphy. The teams traded frees, with Moate keeping their lead in-tact. However, a good move from Luke Buckley fell into the arms of Sweeney who was dragged down in the penalty area. Murphy again stood up to the plate, rattling the back of the Moate net to put our lads one point in front. This lead was short-lived as the homeside kicked the next two scores of the game, one from a free and one from play. Conor McCormack done well when introduced as he tore forward and sent over a superb point before a converted-free from Buckley saw it level pegging at the interval on a scoreline of 1-5 apiece.
Caulry suffered a blow early in the second half, with Sweeney being forced to retreat to the sin-bin after receiving a black card as Moate got off the a good start with a fine point from play. Stephen Connolly drew level moments later with this effort on the 35th minute but Moate made the most of their extra-man, replying with an unanswered 1-3. Pointed-frees from McCormack and Buckley sandwiched a point from play for Moate. The teams then shared four points in the closing ten minutes of the game to leave Moate victorious at the fulltime whistle on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-10.
Team & Scorers: Michael McMahon, Eoin Shortall, Kevin Maguire, Sean Fox, Damien Dolan, Eoghan Grennan, Robbie Hickey, Stephen Connolly (0-1), Neil Clinton, Thomas Dunning (0-1), Colin Murphy (1-3, 3f), Adam Donoghue, Luke Buckley (0-2, 2f), Gary Flanagan, Roan Sweeney
Subs: Conor McCormack (0-2, 1f) for Adam Donoghue, Emmet Nally (0-1) for Thomas Dunning, Paddy Sleator for Gary Flanagan, John Maguire for Neil Clinton, Loughlin Casey for Eoin Shortall

Division 4B ACFL
Caulry 1-8
Moate 0-7
Our juniors had a successful start to their league campaign where they hosted Moate in the park on Tuesday evening last.
Moate accounted for the first two scores of the game, one from a free and one from play before Malynn slotted over Caulry’s opening point on the 7th minute. An attempt from Caulry went out wide. However, Conor Dolan broke down the ensuing kickout, setting Adam Donoghue up for a point. Some scoring chances for both sides went astray as Cialan Dollard sent over the next score of the game on the 14th minute. Moate levelled on the 24th minute with a converted-free. However, our lads got lucky when goal-keeper Ernie Buckley tore forward, laying the ball off the Dollard who rattled the back of the Moate net. A well-taken free from Malynn saw Caulry lead 1-4 to 0-3 at the break.
Our lads burst out of the tracks in the second half but were unlucky as two attempts of scores rattled back off the upright. Malynn then got Caulry motoring with another free after a foul on Alan Daly. Our lads hit the pos again twice before Moate drew one back on the 39th minute. Darren Hynds worked tirelessly in defence as the teams traded pointed-frees. A quickly taken free from Dollard set Daly up for a point on the 28th minute. Moate responded with another converted-free as the teams exchanged points late in the game securing Caulry the win on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-7.
Team & Scorers: Ernie Buckley, Ciaran Gaynor, Glenn Carolan, Ciaran Allen, Conor Dolan, Darren Hynds, Dylan Lowry, Rory Mullins, John Maguire, Roan Sweeney, Cialan Dollard (1-1), Olan Healy (0-1), Adam Donoghue (0-1), Darren Browne, Liam Malynn (0-4, 4f)
Subs: Alan Daly (0-1) for Roan Sweeney, Neil Clinton for Darren Browne, Nicky Killane for Rory Mullins

U17 Championship
Caulry 1-10
Lilliput Gaels 0-4
Our U17 lads got off to a winning start in their championship campaign when they hosted Lilliput Gaels in the park on a wet Wednesday evening last.
Lilliput Gaels were first off the mark with their point from play after eight minutes. A number of wasteful possessions and sloppy play preceded Caulry’s first score of the game, this coming courtesy of Alan Malynn after a fine pass from Sean Murphy. Our lads were patient in attack, with Malynn rounding off and accounting for our second score of the game. The game continued on a slow pace, with both sides struggling to find their shooting boots in the wet conditions as a superb long-range point from Senan Baker doubled the deficit before the halftime whistle.
A decent spell followed for our lads in the opening minutes of the second half, with Malynn converting three unanswered frees. Ruairi Casey dealt well under the high ball as some hard work out field from James Buckley paid dividends with Malynn adding another point. Lilliput Gaels then cut into the deficit with two points under pressure from the Caulry defence. Baker put the game to bed on the 48th minute as he rattled the back of the Lilliput Gaels’ net after being awarded a penalty. The teams shared three points before the final whistle, securing our lads the win on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-4.
Team & Scorers: Ruairi Casey, Tiarnan O’Donovan, Tom Cloonan, Adam Doyle, Alan Lynam (0-1), Sean Murphy (0-1), Harry Stuart Trainor, Senan Baker (1-1), Conor Paul, Aaron Murray, Shane Lawless, Paul Hogan, Tadgh Baker, Alan Malynn (0-6, 3f), James Buckley (0-1)
Subs: Oisin Shortall for Aaron Murray, Adam Dunning for Paul Hogan

U13 Championship
Caulry 2-11
Moate 3-13
Our U13 boys hosted Moate in the park on Thursday evening last for their first game of the championship.
Despite having a rocky start it was Moate who registered the first two scores of the game. Lee Corcocan responded in style with a score for Caulry, which was shortly followed by a point from Tyler Mason to level the match. Moate stretched their lead once again with two fine points on the 10th minute before Rory Hatton added Caulry’s third score of the game. The opposition got lucky on the 17th minute as they rattled the back of the Caulry net despite the best efforts from goalie Cian Malone. His Moate counter-part done well when put under pressure, stopping numerous shots from the Caulry forwards as Corcoran pointed for Caulry’s next score of the game. Moate then had a purple patch in the closing 10 minutes of the half, a period which yielded an unanswered 1-3.
Moate burst out of the tracks again in the second half, adding 1-1 early on. Despite what looked to be a mountain to climb, the Caulry boys never gave up as scores from Hatton and Simon O’Grady chipped away at the deficit. The teams then shared four points, with Hatton adding two for the homeside. The Moate goalie must be commended for his multiple saves throughout the game as it took 47 minutes before our boys could get the better of him. This goal coming courtesy of Corcoran. The game then went on a point-for-point basis as O’Grady and Hatton added for the homeside. Caulry then had a surge late in the game with Eoin McCormack and O’Grady contributing 1-1 to leave Moate leading 3-13 to 2-11 at the fulltime whistle.
Team & Scorers: Cian Malone, Michael McSharry, Kyle, Eoin Lynam, Luke Nolan, Eoin McCormack (1-0), Max Nolan, Dean Martin, Lee Corcoran (1-2, 1f), Lee Fallon, Rory Hatton (0-5), Hugo McGowan, Fionn O’Donovan, Tyler Mason (0-1), Simon O’Grady (0-3)
Subs: Aaron Buckley, Jack Killane, Ciaran Dunning, Adrian Lefebvre, Michael Costello

Fixtures
JFC Round 1 vs. Moate on Monday, August 3rd at 1pm in Tang
U15 Championship Round 2 at home to Cill Óige on Monday, August 3rd at 7pm
U17 Championship Round 2 away to Moate on Wednesday, August 5th at 7pm
U13 Championship Round 2 vs. Cill Óige in Rosemount on Thursday, August 6th at 7pm

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