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Caulry GAA PRO Notes Mar 14th

posted 14 Mar 2011, 05:54 by Derek Bowen
Division 2 League 
Caulry picked up two valuable League points on Saturday last when they travelled to play Killucan in Division 2 of the County League. Fielding without some key players Caulry led the homeside by a point at half-time 1-4 to 0-6, Damien Dolan getting the vital goal. Despite missing a number of goal chances in the second-half due to over-elaborating in front of goal and some good defending by Killucan, Caulry who dominated the possession in  the second half had two points to spare at the final whistle winning on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-8.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Michael Donohoe, Nicky Killane(see picture below), Ciaran Allen, Ernie Buckley (0-1), Damien Dolan(1-0), Mark Malone(0-1), John Maguire(0-2), Gary Flanagan (0-2f), Jason Conlon, Alan Fitzpatrick, Robbie Kenny(0-2), Mark Fitzpatrick, Peter Smyth 0-2 (1f), Philip Dully.
 
Minor League
Following a closely fought game with plenty of flowing football Caulry Minors lost out by 2pts to local rivals Garrycastle in Div 2 of the Minor League in the Park last Sunday on a scoreline of Garrycastle 3-9, Caulry 2-10. Despite some good forward play by David Brookes and Eric Fallon and still missing some key players due to injury, a late goal by Garrycastle was the deciding score to win it for the Athlone-based side.
Team & Scorers: Michael Carroll, Darren O'Connor, Anthony Flynn, James Pettit, Evan Roarke, Eoin Donohoe, Shane Nugent, Jack O'Meara, Sean Doyle, Jack O'Kelly-Lynch, Eric Fallon 0-6 (4f), Stephen Woods(0-1), David Brookes(2-2), Gavin Shortall (0-1), Conor Muldoon. Sub :Tom Doyle for Michael Carroll. 
 
Leinster U/21
Well done to Kevin Maguire, Ben Moran & Joe McMahon who were members of the successfull Westmeath U/21 squad that defeated Offaly in the quarter-final Of the Leinster U/21 Championship last Wednesday in Athlone. Westmeath now play Longford in the semi-final on March 23rd.
 

Caulry U/10 Football

The Caulry Under 10 footballers travel to Moate on Sunday morning next at 11am to take on the Lilywhites in the first round of the Westmeath South League. This was a great footballing success last year and we look forward to more of the same this year. There will be five games to be played every second Sunday in this league, with a finals day in Athlone at the end of May.

 

Fixtures

Minor Div 2 League : Home to St Mary's Rochfortbridge, Sunday, March 20th at 4.30pm

U/16 Cross-County League : Home to St Nicholas (Wicklow), Saturday March19th at 4pm.





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