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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 27th July 2014 -

posted 29 Jul 2014, 23:38 by Caulry Admin
Intermediate Championship
Caulry 0-9
Shandonagh  0-6
Caulry notched up their third consecutive victory in this year’s Intermediate championship at sunny Hogan Park, Moate on Saturday evening last. While the football fare was far from sunny, the all important result was garnered. Caulry started the same fifteen as in their previous Sunday’ s 1-10 to 0-5 victory over St Mary’s Rochfortsbridge. This leaves Caulry in a good position going into the final two group games against Tubberclaire and Milltownpass. The return of Ben Moran after a lengthly injury lay off is very welcome and his performances in the last two outings show what a vital player he is to the Caulry cause. Eoin Fox continues to impress in whatever role is requested. Gary Flanagan and Alan Fitzpatrick are having their moments at midfield. The attack has been disappointing to date except for Peter Smyth who continues to lead the way. Young Robbie Hickey showed glimpses of his talent when given certain type of ball on Saturday last, and this is an area which will undoubtedly be worked on in the coming weeks.
Caulry Line-Out: Joe McMahon, Eoin Fox, Damian Dolan, James Pettit, Declan Donoghue (0-1), Kevin Maguire, Ben Moran, Gary Flanagan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Eoghan Grennan (0-1), Sean Doyle, Harry Hughes, David Brookes, Peter Smyth (0-6), Robbie Hickey
Subs used: Andy O Sullivan (0-1), Ernie Buckley, Ben Kenny

Junior Championship
Caulry 4-13
Corlastown-Kinnegad 0-13
Caulry finished their Junior Championship campaign with a good victory over the visitors on Friday evening last. However it came too late to save further interest in this year’s championship as a result of three defeats in five outings. Nevertheless, well done to all the players on their efforts and hopefully many of them will be a good help to the Intermediate squad in their quest for honours.
Aidan Murphy, an important and dedicated member of the team, received the dreaded news of confirmation of torn cruciate ligament last week. We wish Aidan a speedy recovery.

Under 12
Our Under 12 squad opened their 13-a-side League campaign with a visit to Athlone on Wednesday last. After a good tussle, the sharper home team came out on top, although the final scoreline of 3-10 to 3-3 seemed harsh on the efforts of the Caulry boys.
Caulry line-out: Sean Murphy, Ruari Casey, Oisin Murphy, Tom Cloonan, Alan Malynn, Colm Shortall, Roan Sweeney (0-1), Luke Buckley (0-1), Shane Lawless (2-0), Jamie Conlon, Senan Baker (0-1), James Buckley (1-0), Conor McKnight, Adam Doyle, Adam Dunning, Adam O Grady, Lee Roy Coughlan, Sean Malone.

Caulry minors are away to Multyfarnham in the Minor championship on this Wednesday evening at 7pm.
Caulry Under 14 have championship match at home against Athlone on this Thursday at 7pm.
Caulry are away in the Under 21 championship on this Thursday evening, with a 7.30pm throw- in at Rosemount.

Golf Classic & Barbeque
As a follow up to last years successful gathering, a golf classic will take place on Saturday next, 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 rounded off by a barbeque in Egan’s Mount Temple at 9pm.

Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot in our draw held on 21st July last. 
Numbers drawn were 2,5,8,18
Weekly winners of the €30 were:  Eddie Sleator, Johhny Pettit, Jactinta Grennan, Priscilla Hanevy, Carmella Ryan.  
Sellers prize €30: Hazel Daly
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €6200 on July 28th.