KILDORRERY 1-10 GLANWORTH 2-13
Neighbours Glanworth, with a great last quarter effort, scored a deserved victory over fourteen–man Kildorrery, when the sides met in the Cavanagh’s Fermoy Division 2 football league, at the home venue, last Saturday night. Kildorrery’ s cause was not helped by the dismissal of James McEniry , on a second yellow, after only seven minutes of the opening half. Nevertheless, they put in an all-round effort to lead 1-6 to 1-5 at the break. After the restart, the winners were quick to level matters with a point within a minute. Kildorrery had to wait until the 13th minute of the half for their first score, a point from a David Kelly free. While they continued to battle, their numerical disadvantage began to take its toll and inside the last quarter all they could manage was three points while the winners added 1-6 to their tally.
Team and scorers: Dave Roche, Searunas Naviskinas, Tom Paul Murphy, Anthony Palmer, Ciaran O’Connor, Darren McNamara 0-1, P. J.Keating 1-0, Will Coffey, Tiernan Condon, James McEniry 0-1, James O’Sullivan 0-1, James Fox 0-1, John McCarthy, David Kelly 0-6(0-2fs) , Richie Lillis. Subs. Sean O’Sullivan for J. McCarthy, Sean Walsh for R. Lillis.
Thursday March 24th. Cavanagh’s Fermoy Div ision 2 hurling league V Mallow at Kildorrery 7.30 p.m.
Sunday March 27th. Division 2 Intermediate hurling league V Carrigaline at Carrigaline 5 p.m.
There was no winner of the € 4,000 jackpot when the Club’s fortnightly lotto draw took place at Ollie’s Bar, last Saturday night. The numbers drawn were 5,13,17 & 19. Three lucky dip winners of €50 each were: 1. Ronan Fenton, Ballynoulty. 2. Maurice Hickey, Oldcastletown. 3. Aine O’Connor, Scart. The next draw will be held at Walsh’s Corner House, on Saturday April 2nd, when the jackpot will be €4,200.
IN ALL-IRELAND FINAL
We wish the best of luck to Mitchelstown C.B.S. footballers in their quest for All-Ireland honours at Newbridge, next Saturday.
Special good wishes to team manager, Willie Duggan and the Kildorrery players on the team.
At last Monday’s Club meeting votes of sympathy were passed to the wife and family of the late Paddy Casey, Cork, a former Club player and to the Slattery family, Skeheen, Mitchelstown, on their recent bereavements.
Ar dheis De go raibh a n-anamacha.
The next Club meeting will be held on Tuesday next at 9 p.m. sharp.
The Avondhu, 24th March 2016