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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 27th May 2018-

posted 27 May 2018, 23:15 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 30 May 2018, 06:29 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, Kellogg's Cúl Camp, Inter-County, Division 4 ACFL, U16 League and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €6,000 in our draw held on 21st of May last.
Numbers drawn: 1, 11, 19, 28
Weekly winners of the €30: Hubert Nestor, Eileen Keenan, Marion Dolan, Dylan & Lilly Nugent, The Shortall Girls
Sellers prize €30: Mick Allen
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €6,200 on 28th of May 2018.

Sympathies
The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Maguire family, Carn, Mount Temple, on their recent sad loss.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

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

Inter-County
The very best of luck to Adam Donoghue and the rest of the Westmeath minor panel who play Wicklow in the Leinster championship this week.

Division 4 ACFL
Caulry 5-9
Athlone 6-14
Our junior sided suffered a second consecutive defeat in this year’s Division 4 ACFL when they made the journey to Páirc Chiaráin on Tuesday evening last.
Our lads were first off the mark after nice combined teamwork from Adam Mullins and Peter Smyth set Anthony Allen up for a point inside the opening 60 seconds. Athlone soon followed suit with a fisted effort of their own. The homeside then took charge of proceedings as they rattled the back of the Caulry net on the 3rd minute. Smyth drew one back with a converted-free. However, Athlone began to dominate proceedings as they pushed on adding an unanswered 1-4. The teams then traded points between the 16th and 20th minutes with Smyth and Jack O’Kelly Lynch on target for Caulry. Cillian Nagle brought off a good save on the 21st minute. However, the opposition continued on their scoring ways as they added on 1-2. Alan Daly tried hard and laid the ball off to Smyth who hit the back of the Athlone net on the 24th minute. Athlone responded well with a goal of their own. Ernie Buckley worked hard in defence as late points from Conor Dolan and Daly left the scoreboard reading 4-9 to 1-6 at the halftime whistle.
On the resumption, two points from Smyth chipped away at the deficit. The Athlone goalie then denied Caulry a goal on the 36th minute as his side raced up the field and slotted over a fine point from play. Smyth fielded well, combining with Allen who found Brookes who riffled the opposition’s net on the 40th minute. Andy O’Sullivan reduced the deficit with a converted-free. However, Caulry were then dealt a blow as the opposition registered their fifth goal of the evening. Our lads responded well as O’Sullivan then sent the ball to the back of the Athlone net at the end of the third quarter. The opposition kept their lead in tact with three unanswered points. O’Sullivan tried hard against the opposition, with his work paying dividends as he registered Caulry’s fourth goal of the match. O’Sullivan’s initial attempt at a hattrick was denied by the Athlone goalie on the 57th minute. However, he dug deep and riffled the opposition’s net to get his hattrick on the 60th minute. A late goal for Athlone deep into injury time ensured them the win on a scoreline of 6-14 to 5-9.
Team & Scorers: Cillian Nagle, Ciaran Allen, Ernie Buckley, Loughlin Casey, Adam Mullins, Conor Dolan (0-1), Jack O’Kelly Lynch (0-1), Paddy Sleator, Neil Clinton, Stephen Brookes (1-0), James Daly, Alan Daly (0-1), Anthony Allen (0-1), Peter Smyth (1-4, 3f), Liam Malynn
Subs: Andy O’Sullivan (3-1, 1f) for Liam Malynn, Ben Kenny for Ciaran Allen, Stephen Connolly for Adam Mullins, Will Buckley for Anthony Allen, Anthony Allen for Alan Daly

U16 League
Caulry 8-13
Killucan 2-3
Our U16s wrapped up their league campaign with a comprehensive win over Killucan in the local park on a wet Thursday evening last.
Our boys burst out of the tracks with two quick goals from James Buckley and James Carey inside the opening 10 minutes. Ruiari Casey brought off a good save as a converted-free from Alan Malynn put Caulry seven points the good. A good kickout from Casey found Rory Mullins who combined well with Carey to set Buckley up for his second goal of the game. Ciaran Gaynor impressed in defence as further points from Malynn stretched the margins between the sides. The Caulry boys worked well as a team as Senan Baker put his name on the scoresheet with two quick points on the 24th and 25th minutes. A converted penalty late in the half got Killucan off the mark. The Killucan boys tried hard and registered their second goal of the game with a fisted effort to leave them trailing 3-5 to 2-0 at the halftime whistle.
The second half followed in much the same vein with our boys dominating throughout. Some great defending from Colm Shortall enabled Rory Mullins to rattle the opposition’s net on the 34th minute. The teams then traded scores with Baker on target for Caulry. Luke Buckley worked hard as his pass found Mullins who added to the scoring tally. Our boys then went on a quick scoring blitz which yielded an unanswered 1-3 between the 37th and 41st minutes. Killucan drew one back with a fine point from play. However, Luke Buckley responded well as he sent the ball to the back of the net. The Killucan goalie brought off a brace of saves throughout the second half as his side reduced the margins with a converted-free. Alex Grinko done well when introduced as he played a key role in setting Buckley and Carey up for their respective scores on the 49th and 53rd minutes. Buckley sent a fine ball into the Caulry forward line which as nicely helped over the bar by Roan Sweeney. Late points from Sweeney and Carey meant Caulry ran out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 8-13 to 2-3.
Team & Scorers: Ruiari Casey, Conor McKnight, Sean Murphy, Ciaran Gaynor, Colm Shortall, Olan Healy, Shane Lawless, Rory Mullins (2-2), Senan Baker (0-3, 1f), Alan Malynn (0-3, 2f, 1 ‘45’), Luke Buckley (1-1), Jamie Conlon, Adam Dunning, James Carey (2-2), James Buckley (2-0)
Subs: Alex Grinko, Roan Sweeney (1-2), Josh Jocher, Sean Malone, Adam Doyle, Leroy Coughlan

Fixtures
Division 2 ACFL away to Ballymore on Friday at 7:30pm 
Division 4 ACFL
at home to Milltownpass on Saturday at 7:30pm

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