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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 3rd Aug 2014 -

posted 5 Aug 2014, 05:04 by Caulry Admin
Under 21 Championship
Caulry 1-11
Rosemount 1-16
Caulry bowed out of the Under 21 championship at a wet Rosemount on Sunday morning last. The teams finished level at the end of normal time, but the greater tenacity and determination of the home side saw them prevail at the final whistle. While Rosemount are a very good team, this is once again a very disappointing result for Caulry. What appeared to be a very talented outfit, have once again failed at this grade.
Team: Killian Nagle, Eoin Donoghue, Michael McMahon, James Pettit, Eoin Fox, Jack O Kelly Lynch, Harry Hughes, Sean Doyle, Patrick Sleator, Killian Healy, David Brookes, Alan Daly, Andrew O Sullivan, Robbie Hickey, Hugh Allen
Subs used: Stephen Brookes, Darren O Connor

Minor Championship  Division 1   
Caulry 6-10
Multyfarnham 0-7
The minors followed the Under 16’s on Wednesday last with a trip also to Multyfarnham and came away with the spoils against a game home side. While Caulry were good victors in the end, Multy must be complemented on their efforts to play in Division 1 and which will no doubt stand them in good stead for the future.   
Caulry: Killian Nagle, Sylvestor Coughlan, Aaron Roarke, Sean O Neill, Stephen Brooks, Eoin Fox, Killian Healy, Alan Daly, Patrick Sleator, Patrick McMahon, Hugh Allen, Kristan Jocker, Conor McCormack,  Stephen Byrne, Lee O Grady
Subs used: Colin Shortall, Patrick Browne

Under 16 Championship
Caulry 7-13
Multyfarnham 1-4                     
Caulry got their Under 16 Division 3 championship off to a successful start, with a comprehensive victory following this trip to Multyfarnham on Monday evening last. This was a good all round team performance with Caulry dominant in all sectors throughout. It was good to have Conor McCormack back bravely following his speedy recovery from a broken arm and his influence was evident.
Caulry team: Aaron Malone, Aaron Fallon, Neil Clinton, Charlie Parker, Lee Guinan, Sean Clinton (0-1), Jack Bradbury Hughes (2-2), Ross Daly, Conor McCormack (1-4), Jordan Dunning, Jack Connaughton (1-3), Liam Malynn              
Subs used: Neil Fleming (1-0), Sean Woods (1-2), Shane Cleary (1-1), Adam Mullins    

U14 Ladies Football Championship
Caulry 4-4
Goldsmith Girls 5-1
Caulry travelled to Tang last Thursday to play Goldsmith Girls in the forth round of the Championship. Goldsmith girls were first to make an impression scoring a goal and a point in the first few minutes of the game. Caulry got into the game after ten minutes with scores from Leah Quigley and Lauren Claffey. At the half time whistle the scores were even and so was the case throughout the second half as each score was matched from either side. Holly Maloney, Alison Carolan, Annalise D.Peredo, Shannon Murray and Sarah Lawless gave great performances. Both teams provided a very tense but enjoyable game for supporters, which ended in a draw.
Panel & Scorers: Sarah Lawless, Annalise D.Peredo, Jasmine Maloney, Aiobhinn McKnight, Zara Mc Cormack, Holly Maloney, Ruth Martin, Aishling Gaynor, Britney Maguire (1-1) Aishling Daly, Emma Farrell, Lauren Claffey(1-2) Leah Quigley(2-1) Sinead Muldoon, Rachel Hughes, Shannon Murray, Alison Carolan, Emma Healy.

Caulry minors are at home to Ballynacargy in the Minor championship on this Wednesday evening at 7pm.
Caulry play Tubberclair in the Intermediate championship on Sunday next at 2.30pm in Tang.
Caulry play Kilbeggan/St Josephs at home on Monday next August 10th U16 Championship.

Golf Classic & Barbeque
Our golf classic was cancelled on Saturday last due to the inclement weather. However despite this a barbeque and social went ahead in Egan’s Mount Temple on Saturday night. Thanks to all who turned out.

Wedding Bells
Congratulations to John Smyth & Claire Fitzpatrick who were wed last Thursday. John, a holder of Junior and Junior B Championship medals with Caulry and Claire, a starring member of the ‘Strictly Fun Dancing’ team are wished many years of wedded bliss.

Galway Plate Victory
Congratulations also to Shane Shortall on winning the feature race, The Galway Plate at the famous Ballybritt course on Wednesday last. Shane was a fine underage player with our club, before concentrating all his energies on becoming a successful jockey. Hopefully he continue his winning ways and tips us off for the next big one.

Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot in our draw held on 28th July last. 
Numbers drawn were 6,10,15,21 
Weekly winners of the €30 were:  G Francis, Deirdre Robbins, Elizabeth & Joanna O Neill, Colin & Robert Ryan, Ivor Brooks.
Sellers prize €30: Michael McMahon
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €6400 on Aug 5th.