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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 26th March

posted 26 Mar 2012, 04:02 by Derek Bowen   [ updated 26 Mar 2012, 08:40 ]
See reports for the following matchs below:
- Div 2 County League (24/03)  CFCW  V Caulry
- U14 Feile 1/4 Final (24/03)  St Malachy’s & Ballinagore V Caulry

Notices Summary (Full details below):
- Caulry GAA Fund Raiser April 8th in Well, Moate. Music by Crystal Swing
- The Cathedral Song (play) in Tuar Ard 29th-31st March by the Mount Temple Drama Group.
- Good Luck to GarryCastle

Div 2 County League
Caulry 1-13 CFCW 1-9

Caulry made the long trip to the Cavan border (Finea) to take on north Westmeath combination side Castletown/Finea/Coole/Whitehall in the third round of the League. This turned out to be great game of
football played with championship intensity throughout. The first half was evenly contested with the two defenses on top and scores very hard to come by. Caulry went in at the break with a slender one point lead on a score of 4 points to 3 thanks to some fine points from play by David Brookes (2), Peter Smyth and Alan Rigney.

The game opened up in the second half and Caulry were unlucky to concede a goal early on to put
CFCW into the lead. However some great fighting spirit by Caulry coupled with some nice team football being played from one to fifteen and well taken points from play by Alan Fitzpatrick, Damien Dolan, Alan Rigney and Johnny Dolan (right) saw Caulry regain the lead, and with an opportunist goal shortly after by Peter Smyth, Caulry put some daylight between themselves and the opposition.

CFCW continued to battle away with some fine points of their own but Caulry held the initiative until the end and ran out deserving 4-point winners on a scoreline of Caulry 1-13, CFCW 1-9. This was Caulry's
first brace of points following three games todate and was a welcome relief to the Management Team who can now look forward to bigger tests ahead knowing they have a formidable squad in place for the season.

Team & Scorers: Joe Mc Mahon, Brian Mullarney, Gary Flanagan, Michael Mc Mahon, Jack O'Kelly-Lynch, Damien Dolan (0-1), Ernie Buckley, Alan Fitzpatrick (0-1), John Maguire, Eoghan Grennan(0-1), Alan Rigney(0-2), Johnny Dolan (0-1), David Brookes (0-3), Peter Smyth 1-3 (1f), Philip Dully. Subs Used : Robbie Ryan (0-1) for Philip Dully(inj) h-t , Michael Donohoe for Micheal Mc Mahon (50mins), Mark Malone for Johnny Dolan(inj) 55mins, Declan Donohoe for Jack O'Kelly-Lynch (59 mins).

U14 Feile
On Saturday last 24th March Caulry U14’s took on the combination side of St Malachy’s and Ballinagore in the quarter final stage of the Feile competition. The first half was very entertaining with both teams putting everything on the line and some excellent football on show. The Caulry lads dominated the first half in terms of possession but yet only had two points advantage at half time with a score line of 4-03 to 3-04.

St Malachy’s and Ballinagore started the second half with more determination and with the aid of a slight breeze they soon took the lead and did not relinquish it, finishing up worthy winners. Despite
losing the Caulry lads can take some solace from the game with some good moves, good defending and goal keeping and well taken scores, however the fitness levels must rise if progress is to be made.

Team: Aaron Malone, Charlie Parker, Sean Clinton, Darren Hynds, Kealan Dollard, Irwyn Griffin 0-01, Kevin O’Flaherty, Emmett Nally 0-02, Jack Bradbury Hughes, Jack Connaughton, Matthew Nally 2-0, Dylan Lowry, Sean Woods 1-0, Peter O’Kelly Lynch 0-01, Neil Fleming 1-0, Ryan Malone, Aaron Fallon, Liam Malynn, Kevin Hickey, Kevin Donohue.

Caulry GAA are hosting a Social evening in the Well, Moate on Easter Sunday night April 8th to raise funds for the Club. Music will be provided by the  well-known Crystal Swing Band. Tickets can be had on entry at the door and a great night's entertainment is in prospect.
The Club are hoping for a large  local support on the night.

Best Wishes
Caulry wish the cast and supporting team of the Mount Temple Drama Group all the best in their forthcoming staging of the play The Cathedral Song in Tuar Ard on this Thurs/Fri and Saturday, Mar
29th/30th & 31st. 

Good Luck 
The very best of Luck is extended to Caulry Clubman and current Garrycastle selector Aidan Dunning (right) and the Garrycastle team as they renew their battle with Crossmaglen on Saturday next in Breffni Park, Cavan in the replay of the All-Ireland Club Final. 
A large support from Caulry, as for the first game, is anticipated on the day.