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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 30th July 2017-

posted 30 Jul 2017, 21:34 by Samantha Carroll   [ updated 2 Aug 2017, 01:49 ]
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results,
 Minor Championship, Senior Championship and Fixtures

Club lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €6,600 in our draw held on 24th of July last.
Numbers drawn: 2, 3, 6, 26
Weekly winners of the €30: Richard Maloney, Shane & Jack, Stephen Hanevy, Anne Egan, JH
Sellers prize €30: Jody Malynn
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €6,800 on 31st of July 2017.

Minor Championship
Caulry 1-13
Maryland/Tang 5-18
A depleted Caulry minor team made the journey to Tang on Tuesday evening last for their opening game in this year’s MFC.
The opposition hit the ground running with a well-taken goal inside the opening 30 seconds. Despite some good saves from James Calvin, the Maryland/Tang boys started to build up a commanding lead with some fine points as the Caulry lads struggled to find their feet and were guilty of some early misses. The opposition registered an unanswered 1-3 before Shane Cleary got our lads off the mark with a fine point from play on the 11th minute. However, this was followed by a pointed-free from the Maryland/Tang boys. Adam Mullins and Lee Guinan Malone defended well as Colin Murphy registered Caulry's second score of the game. Murphy showed well slotting over two quick scores to reduce the margins between the sides. The teams traded scores with Murphy and Sean Woods adding to the scoring tally. Maryland/Tang worked well as a team and got their third and fourth goals, one from a converted penalty just before the interval. A late point from Cleary left Caulry trailing 4-8 to 0-8 at the break.
The second half followed in much the same vein with Maryland/Tang tapping over three quick points. A point from Woods kept the scoreboard ticking over. However, the opposition began to push on with an unanswered 2-1. The Caulry boys worked hard against the strong opposition and after some good combined teamwork from Woods, Liam Doyle rattled the back of the opposition's net. However, the opposition responded well with two quick points. Another pointed-free from Murphy narrowed the deficit by the 44th minute. The Maryland/Tang goalie brought off a good save as our lads struggled to narrow the deficit. Murphy showed well on the evening ash he tapped over two more points. Late points for both sides ensured Maryland/Tang ran out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 5-18 to 1-13.
Team & Scorers: James Clavin, Rian Rasmussen, Darren Browne, Adam Mullins, Lee Guinan Malone, Dylan Lowry, Paddy McHugh, Colin Murphy (0-9, 6f), Eoin Shortall, Ciaran Geoghegan, Shane Cleary (0-2), Liam Malynn, Sean Fox, Sean Woods (0-2), Liam Doyle
Subs: Adam Donoghue for Ciaran Geoghegan, Glen Carolan for Paddy McHugh, Thomas Dunning for Liam Doyle, Paddy McHugh for Shane Cleary

Senior Championship
Caulry 2-8
Castledaly 0-15
Caulry suffered another heart-breaking defeat to Castledaly in their second round of this year’s SFC when they made the journey to Tubberclair on Sunday evening last.
Castledaly hit the ground running with two quick points inside the opening 2 minutes. However, Caulry soon drew level with fine points from Eoin Fox and Robbie Hickey. A superb pass from Andy O’Sullivan found Gary Flanagan who tapped over another point to take the lead on the 11th minute. A point from Harry Hughes doubled the margins between the sides. Some good combined teamwork from Hughes and Fox enabled Conor McCormack to point. A pointed-free from McCormack left four points between the sides at the end of the first quarter. This lead was short lived after some poor defending from Caulry resulted in Castledaly pointing four frees to draw level. Fox pointed late into injury time to leave Caulry leading by the narrowest of margins at the interval on a scoreline of 0-7 to 0-6.
Caulry raced out of the tracks in the second half as a superb pass from McCormack found Emmet Nally who rattled the back of the opposition’s net. The teams exchanged points with Hickey adding to the scoring tally for Caulry. Declan Donohoe worked well as a pass from Nally found Flanagan who hit the Castledaly net to leave six points the margins. However, there were parallels between this performance and last week’s outing against The Downs as our lads struggled to put the opposition away. Playing against a defensive Caulry side, the Castledaly men rallied on with six points, four from frees, to leave is level pegging by the 29th minute. A late score from the Castledaly goalie, Jordan Nugent, chose Caulry’s fate as they were edged out on a scoreline of 0-15 to 2-8.
Team & Scorers: Cillian Nagle, Eoin Fox (0-2), James Pettit, Sean Clinton, Damien Dolan, Kevin Maguire, Harry Hughes (0-1), Declan Donohoe, John Maguire, Emmet Nally (1-0), Alan Fitzpatrick, Andy O’Sullivan, Conor McCormack (0-2, 1f), Gary Flanagan (1-1), Robbie Hickey (0-2)
Subs: Alan Daly for Conor McCormack, Stephen Connolly for Emmet Nally, Paddy Sleator for John Maguire, Eoghan Grennan for Declan Donohoe


JFC at home to Rosemount on Tuesday at 7:45pm
U12 League at home to Garrycastle on Wednesday 2nd August at 7pm
U14 Championship at home to Rosemount on Saturday at 7pm
Minor Championship vs. Lilliput Gaels on Wednesday 9th August in Ballinagore at 7pm