Football Reports 2013
CÙIL MÌN / KILDYSART V SHANNON GAELS/KILMIHIL
Cùil Mìn / Kildysart defeated Kilmihil / Shannon Gaels in the County U – 16 B Football Championship final on a score of 1 – 12 to 3 – 02. This was a pulsating game of football between the two sides. S. Gaels/Kilmihil Shane O’Connor got the first point of the game. For the rest of the half Cùil Mìn / Kildysart got on top at midfield and dominated possession. This led to numerous scoring chances. Four pointed frees from Captain Ben Cleary, plus points from Cian Murphy and Darragh Cleary gave Cùil Mìn / Kildysart a halftime lead of 0 – 06 to 0 – 01.
Kilmihil / S.Gaels started the second half in a determined fashion but the Cùil Mìn / Kildysart defence held firm. The introduction of substitute Aaron Slobody paid dividends when he slammed the ball to the net to extend the Cùil Mìn / Kildysart lead. S.Gaels/ Kilmihil responded with a goal from Shane O’Connor and a point from Chris O’Connor to reduce the margin. Cùil Mìn / Kildysart regained their composure with points from Cian Murphy (3), Alan Normoyle, Barry Crehan and Seamus Casey. In the closing stages of the game S.Gaels/ Kilmihil fought hard and scored two goals, one from Chris O’Connor & the other from David Killeen but Cùil Mìn / Kildysart held on for the victory.
To the cheers of the large gathering of supporters of Cùil Mìn / Kildysart, Captain Ben Cleary accepted the cup on behalf of his team from Niomh Madigan Secretary BNG Peil.
Coolmeen/Kildysart Team Adam Carrigg, Conor Donnellan, Rory McMahon, Kevin McMahon, Kieran O’Brien, Darragh Cleary, Mark Meaney, Ben Cleary (C), Cian Murphy, Barry Crehan, Stephen Sheehan, Sean Wallace, Ryan Casey, Alan Normoyle, David Clancy.
Subs: Aaron Slobody, Seamus Casey, David Cusack, Eric Scanlon, Brian Meaney, Michael McMahon, Cormac Guinnane, Jack Sheehan, Alan Cunningham.
Shannon Gaels/Kilmihil Team: Fionn Febbraro, Eric O’Brien, Eoin Keane, Michael McNamara, Stephen Keogh, Mikey Keating, Dan Keating, Chris O’Connor, Cian Moloney, David Killeen, David Kelly, Shane Downes, Shane O’Connor, Darragh Bohannon, Sean Crowley
Subs: David Lernihan (for Sean Crowley), Cathal Murray, Steven King. Paul Whelan, Ciaran Downes (for Cian Moloney), Jaiden Gadd, Ronan Callinan (for Stephen Keogh)
The U16 Division 1 Championship & Shield Finals sponsored by The Sherwood Inn, Ennis & U16 Division 2A & 2B Finals sponsored by Cummins Toyota Car Centre
The U16 Division 1 Championship & Shield Finals sponsored by The Sherwood Inn, Ennis & U16 Division 2A & 2B Finals sponsored by Cummins Toyota Car Centre, Ennis took place on Sunday evening the 12th of May in Doonbeg & Ennistymon. Both venues saw a large number of spectators turn out on the evening and they were not disappointed with the high standard of football on display in the four finals.
Bórd na nÓg Peil would like to commend all of the teams who competed in these divisions throughout the year and congratulate the 8 teams on reaching the final stages. A huge credit is due not only to the players but to the mentors and clubs officers involved with the teams who give up their time voluntarily to work with these teams.
On behalf of Bórd na nÓg Peil I would like to thank the officials of Doonbeg & Ennistymon for providing their club facilities for the double headers last Sunday. I would also like to thank the four referees and their officials Johnny Healy, Barry Kelly, Damien Fox & Gerry Keane on an excellent job. Thank you more sincerely to both sponsors of the two divisions, Michael Clancy & his staff at the Sherwood Inn, Ennis & Jason Cummins & his staff at Cummins Toyota Car Centre, Ennis.
U - 16 B Football Championship Semi - final match between Coolmeen / Kildysart and Lissycasey played on Thursday 2nd May.
Under 16 Championship Reports:
This weekend has seen the completion
of the third round of the U16 Championship. As advised previously Bórd na
nÓg Peil are trying to increase promotion and awareness of the game in 2013
through the use of the media - the papers, radio and the web. To
accomplish this Bord na nÓg needs the help of all the clubs involved. We
are appealling to you to assign somebody within your club to send in a report,
short or long each week where possible to include brief details of the game
played, details of both teams and subs used on the day, the scorers and
also the players who performed well on the day. It
is important that the report is not one sided or biased so please try to write
as fairly as possible to both teams involved.
U16 Doonbeg/Kilkee 1-05 to Kilrush 1-04
Clarecastle next while Doonbeg/Kilkee meet Cratloe next weekend.
Kilrush Shamrocks Minor Club Sports Quiz
The second annual
Kilrush Minor Club Sports Quiz will take place in The Haven Arms Kilrush on
Easter Sunday night March 31 at 8pm. Teams of 4 and €20 per team. Spot prizes
on the night.
Ronan Garvey, Sean Egan, Darragh Crimmins, Louis Morrisroe, Matthew Fahy, Paul Dolan, Cian Donnelley, Ruairi Crimmins, Josh Kelly, Kevin Hartigan, Stephen Barry, Evan Wiley, Jack Hayes, Dean O’Hara, Jordan Barnes. Subs Brandon Green for Barnes (HT), Fiachra Cooney for Fahy (HT), Eoin Mahony for Morrisroe (HT), David Barry for Egan (40mins), Jack Murphy for Hayes (40mins)
Mark O’Brien, Ronan McMahon, Caimin Deegan, Cian McInerney, Aaron Costigan, Michael Danaher, Gordon O’Neill, Ronan Touhy, Padraig Earls, Jack McInerney, Ciaran O’Connor, Emmet Costigan, Dylan O’Halloran, Conor Hallissey, Billy Connors.
Jack Hayes (1-3), Evan Wiley (1-2), Dean O’Hara (1-1), Ruairi Crimmins (0-2), Paul Dolan 1-0, Stephen Barry (1-4), Brandon Greene (1-0), Kevin Hartigan (0-1)
U16 Football Championship:
The Under 16 Championship season got off to an earlier than usual on Saturday last the 23rd February. Due to the recently improved weather conditions most games were able to go ahead. The first round of division one saw high scoring games with the Naomh Eoin/O’Currys group team beating Wolfe Tones 3-10 to 1-09. St. Breckans overcame Ennistymon 4-04 to 2-14 while Cooraclare had a very comfortable win over Doorabarefield scoring 0-20 to Doorabarefield’s 0-5. Mitown scored 5-08 to Clondegad’s 2-06 giving Miltown a good start to their division one campaign. There will be 6 more rounds in this division and the top four teams will contest the division one semi-finals.
Division Two has been divided into two groups for the 2013 season. Two of the games in group 1 had to be postponed and will be played at a later date while Eire Óg had a bye for the first round. The Kilmurry Ibrickane v Shannon Gaels game went ahead and saw The Gaels coming out on top with a final score of 3-10 to 1-04.
In Division Two group 2 all three games went ahead. Doonbeg/Kilkee group team beat Clarecastle by a point with a scoring 2-02 to Clarecastle’s 0-7. Kilrush dominated their game against Lissycasey with a final score 4-11 to 0-5. Niall Ellis & Davy Foran did well for the Kilrush side on the day. Cratloe had a good win over the Banner with a score of 4-04 to 1-03. Group 1 will have 6 rounds in total while group 2 will have 5 rounds. The top 4 teams from group 1 & 2 will go forward to the quarter finals
The U16 competition for division one & two will run on Saturdays until March 30th and will then change to Monday evening games on April 8th. The extra division which has been set up to accommodate teams lacking in player numbers is scheduled to begin on Wednesday 3rd April
To encourage and develop the promotion of football for the upcoming year we are appealing to all clubs to please text a few details of their games where possible with their results or email them directly to Jane Larkin at email@example.com. If possible please send in the teamlists and subs as well as scorers for both teams involved. Unfortunately, we will not be able to print details provided by only one team so please send information of both teams involved in the games where possible.
U16 Division Two Group 2 - Doonbeg/Kilkee vs Clarecastle:
Due to poor pitch conditions this game was moved to Clarecastle. This was the first game together for the new West Clare group team of Doonbeg/Kilkee. The weather suited the players and both teams played well for their first outing in 2013. There wasn’t much between the sides at any stage of the game. The half time score was Doonbeg/Kilkee 1-1 to Clarecastle’s 3 points. Ross Garvey & Patrick Lucey each got a goal for Doonbeg/Kilkee while Mikey Tubridy & Kevin O’Brien got a point each. The goalie Colin Ryan did well for the West Clare side as did his team-mates Patrick Lucey & Eoin Clancy. The scorers for Clarecastle were Stephen Barry who got 2 points, Evan Wiley got 0-2, Ruairí Crimmins & Darren Crowe got a point each. Stephen Barry and Cian Donnelly played well for the Magpies on the day. The final score was Doonbeg/Kilkee 2-02 to Clarecastle 0-7. Doonbeg/Kilkee meet Lissycasey next weekend while Clarecastle are up against Cratloe.
Doonbeg/Kilkee team: Colin Ryan, Eoin Clancy, Rory McInerney, James Haugh, Brian Behan, Patrick Lucey, Paudie O’Brien, George Bradley, James Greene, Dylan Russell, Ross Garvey, Cillian Lardner, Michael Tubridy, Eoin Tubridy & Kevin O’Brien.
Subs: Eoghan O’Shea for Brian Behan (injured) & Jason Linnane for Cillian Larder.
Clarecastle: Sean Egan, Darragh Crimmins, David Barry, Matthew Fahy, Paul Dillon, Cian Donnelly, Stephen Barry, Ruairí Crimmins, Darren Crowe, Josh Kelly, Evan Wiley, Jordan Barnes, Dean O’Hara, Mark O’Loughlin & Marc McAuliffe.
Subs: Kevin Hartigan for Dean O’ Hara & Louis Morrisroe for Mark O’Loughlin