Last week was a busy one for the Club with three home games for our teams. Unfortunately, the best result we had was the drawn Minor B hurling league game versus Doneraile on Thursday evening which finished on a score of Doneraie 3-12 Kildorrery 2-15.

On Friday evening we hosted Kanturk in the Division 3 Intermediate football league. The visitors ran out winners on the score-line of 2-9 to 2-5.  

Then, on Sunday mid-day our junior hurlers went under to Ballyclough, in the Cavangh’s  Fermoy Division 2 hurling league, losing on the score 1-9 to 1-16.

Now, however, all attention is focused on next Sunday’s opening round of the Intermediate football championship in which we play Clonakilty at Brian Dillon’s at 4 p.m.  

We wish the best of luck to the team and management.  As this is the latest change of venue for this game, it would be advisable to check before travelling.



Sunday April 24th. Intermediate football championship V Clonakilty at Brian Dillons’  4 p.m.

Tuesday April 24th. Cavanaghs’ Fermoy Div. 2 Football league V Deel Rovers at Milford (TBC)



The Club lotto jackpot of €4,400 was not won when the fortnightly draw took place at Sheahan’s Hilltop Lounge, last Saturday night.  The numbers drawn were:  2,8,11,19.  

Three lucky dip winners of €50 each were:

1. Catherine Monaghan, Oldcastletown

2. Tadhg Coffey, Kilclooney

3. Ann Stapleton, Ballyshonack

The next draw will be held at Ollie’s Bar on Saturday April 30th. when the jackpot will be €4,600.



At last Monday’s weekly meeting, votes of sympathy were passed to Christine Dunne, 

Oldcastletown on the death of her father and to the Linehan family, Rathnadarrahy, 

Castletownroche on their recent bereavements.  Ar dheis De go raibh anamacha na Marbh.


The Avondhu, 21st April 2016