Cappamore GAA Results and Reports

Cappamore GAA News

Match results:
U14 Hurling shield final
FINAL SCORE
CAPPAMORE 3/10
KILMALLOCK 0. 5
Evan Coleman 2-5
Alex Heney 1-3
Shane O’ Connor 0-1
Jake Slattery 0-1
Shane O Connor 0-1
Well done players and management.
Brilliant stuff lads👏👏

Well done to our U 10 hurlers who played South Liberties in Knockea. Great performances from everyone.

Minor football, FULL TIME
Cappamore 3.10 to Croom 3.12

Well done to our U8 team, who played Murroe-Boher , in a very competitive game. It’s great to see our younger players out playing.U8 camogie training continues every Saturday morning at 10am. WELL DONE GIRLS👏👏

U16 camogie, Cappamore V Granagh Ballingarry
FULL TIME RESULT
Cappamore 2.7 to Grannagh Ballingarry 0.4

Intermediate Camogie Ft
Cappamore 2-15
Bruff 2-7

Minor Hurling Full Time
Capp 0.17 naomh eoin 2.15

U14 camogie
Ft moneleen 5-14 to 1-3

U16 Hurling FT
Capp 0.12 Doon 0.15
D Hogan 0.1, L Ryan 0.1, M Fitz 0.7, J Sullivan 0.1, M Ryan 0.1, E Coleman 0.1

U14 hurling Full time Capp 5-10 South 1-6
Scorers
Evan Coleman 3-4
Jack o Donnell 1-2
Alex Heney 1-0
Jake Slattery 0-3
Eamonn Ryan 0-1

Intermediate Camogie county semi final
FULL TIME
Cappamore 0-14
Croagh/ Kilfinny 0-8
Great result girls, well done

Fixtures for the week:
Mr Binman U16 Football Division 2A
Round 3 Monday 7th September, 2020
Cappamore V Oola 7:00pm Venue: Cappamore
Referee: Philip Dee

EAST JUNIOR B HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Round 6,Tuesday 8th September, 2020
Caherline V Cappamore, 6:30pm
Venue: Fr. Hayes Memorial Park
Referee: Kieran Flaherty

Mr. Binman U16 Hurling Championship 1B
Round 2,Monday 14th September, 2020
Cappamore V Kildimo / Pallaskenry, 7:00pmVenue: Cappamore
Referee: Philip Dee

Match reports:

U16 camogie championship match report, Cappamore V Granagh ballingarry, we decided to play against the wind in the first half, the game was evenly contested in the first quarter with scores slow to come, by the first water break we were 3 pts to 1 down, on resumption we started to get into the game a bit more and by half time we we went to the break 4 pts to 3 up and had hit 3 or 4 wides and had a goal disallowed also, with the wind at our backs for the second half we began to get on top, longer puckouts and the work rate gone way up from the girls all over the field the scores started to come, hitting 2 goals and 3 pts in the first 20 minutes of the second half, to be fair to our opponents they never gave in and had us under a lot of pressure throughout the second half that required some stern defending and good goalkeeping to keep at bay, final score 2:7 to 0:4 win,
U16 camogie championship second round at home V Galbally on Thursday 10th at 6:30 pm
Eimear gill, Ciara Mc Namara, Caoimhe Butler, Ciara ó Dwyer, Aoibhe Rodahan, Niamh Mulcahy, Sophie Quaid, Sarah Dillon, Emma Leonard, Abbi Cosgrave, Sarah Jane Flynn, Áine Berkery, Rachel Caher, Órla Hickey, Erin Ryan, Ciara ó Carroll, Mellissa Thompson, Sophie Ó Mahony, Áine dillon, Hannah dillon, Fiona ó malley,

U12 Hurling league
Ballybricken 2-9
Cappamore 2-2

We travelled to Fedamore to take on Ballybricken Sunday evening. This was to be our toughest challenge to date. Ballybricken were on the scoreboard early with a goal and 2 pts from frees but the lads fought hard to get into the game and were rewarded with a well taken goal from Harry Gleeson towards the end of the first half following good work from Donnacha Gill.

The second half took a similar pattern to the first we got caught for a early goal but it was very closely contested affair for the rest of the game. Cathal Fitzgibbon kept the scoreboard ticking over with couple of points Ballybricken came into the game again but our backs held firm and cleared everything that came their way.
Ogie Ryan had a goal back for us following a fine run from from mid field. Ballybricken finished the game stronger with a number of scores from frees. Great credit to the lads who fought hard and contested everything from start to finish

Team; Joe Bourke, Daniel Lynch, Jack Carr, Paudie Ryan, James O Kelly, Ogie Ryan(1-0), Tommy Hartnett, James Ryan, Tommy Dillon, Declan Ryan, Dylan Mcgahan, Donnacha Gill, Harry Gleeson (1-0), Cathal Fitzgibbon (0-2), Scott O’Connor, David Laffan, Sonny Ryan,


Minor Hurling, Cappamore v hospital/Herbertstown/Knockainey
2/8/2020,  venue Caherally
Unfortunately this result did not go our way losing 0.17 to 2.15 

First 17mins were played at a great pace and we were level 0.6 each pts from L O Donnell 0.4f Pj Hogan ,M Fitz . On the restart after water break cappamore were 8/7 ahead when two goal chances were missed .At h/t were 10-11 down, points C Kennedy 0.2, Pj Hogan, L O Donnell 0.1f , on the restart we were back level 11each ,when 1.2 from opposition rocked us at the water break were behind 13-1.14 . The team never gave up and trailed by 1 when conceded a second goal with 7min left  .. a number of goal chances followed for Cappamore but never got the green flag .Pts S Whelan 0.2, Pj Hogan 0.1, L O Donnell 0.1f . Cappamore can be very proud of  all the players who gave there all ,hopefully will learn from the result . Best of luck to Sean Whelan on the limerick minor panel . Team s hayes p ryan ,t ryan m o Malley, p McMahon ,s whelan ,g mulcahy pj Hogan, u Hogan, M daly, l o Donnell, e smith ,c Kennedy, s Duggan, m fitzgibbon.  J o conner ,s lynch m Gleeson a Meehan d hogan .

U14 Hurling
South liberties 1-6
Cappamore 5-10
Panel:Mal Keogh Chris Smith Cillian O Dwyer Shane Fleming Cathal Mulcahy Michael Berkery Jacob Wright Colum Hanley Jack O Donnell(1-2)(65’) Shane o Connor Alex Heney(1-0) Eamonn Ryan(0-1) Shane o Neill Evan Coleman(3-4)(2f)Ben Ryan
Cian O Connor  Jake Slattery(0-3) Tommy Dillon James Ryan

After falling behind to an early goal from South Liberties, we took control of the game and lead 3-5 to 0-5 at half time. We stared the second half strong with 2 more quick goals,one from Alex Heney which was a well worked goal. Starting with a puck out from Mal Keogh who went short to Berkery, he found Jack o Donnell who took on the Liberties defence down the wing,checked back inside to the 21 finding Heney who collected the ball and rolled his marker and fired to the top corner of the net. Jake Slattery came on to score 3 great points.The win qualifies us to face Killmallock in the shield final.

Cappamore 3-10
Killmallock 0-5
Venue Rathkeale
Referee Eamonn Phelan

Panel : Mal Keogh Chris Smith Cillian O Dwyer Shane Fleming Cathal Mulcahy Michael Berkery Jacob Wright Jack o Donnell Colum Hanley Shane O Connor(0-1) Alex Heney (1-3) Eamonn Ryan Jake Slattery(0-1) Evan Coleman(2-5) Ben Ryan
Shane o Neill James Ryan Tommy Dillon Cian o Connor

Our final competitive hurling match this year saw us take on Killmallock in the shield final in Rathkeale on Saturday morning. The early start of 10am wasn’t a problem for our lads as they came flying out of the traps from the word go. The Killmallock goalkeeper denied us 2 early goals with a couple of fine saves but 2 goals in quick succession from Evan Coleman and points from Heney,Slattery and Shane o Connor had us 2-4 to 0-3 up at half time. Another goal from Alex Heney early in the second half pushed us further ahead. We added a further 6 points in the remainder of the game,some which were good enough to grace any county final.
The score line might suggest that this was an easy game but that could not be further from the truth. The Cappamore lads worked tirelessly from the first whistle to the last, landed some great scores and supported each other throughout the entire game.All 19 players are a credit to Cappamore Gaa club. They trained hard for the last few weeks and fully deserved to win some silverware for their efforts.The panel would like to wish a speedy recovery to Eamonn Ryan who received a nasty leg injury during the game.

Well done to our under 14s camogie team , who had a great win against Na Piarsaigh. Cappamore remained dominant from start to finish . With the aid of a strong breeze in the first half Cappamore went into the break in a comfortable position (2-5 to 0-3). The girls started the second half with two early goals and pushed on from there. Cappamore were in control throughout the game.
Full time score Cappamore 7-6 , Na Piarsaigh 1-6.

Team : Aoibhe Ryan , Aine Dillon, Abigail Mockett, Hannah Ryan, Sally Hayes,Fiona O’ Malley, Tegan Ryan, Megan Ryan, Hannah Dillon, Molly Ryan (2-1), Kaelin Ryan, Annie Hourigan , Aishling Ryan(1-0), Rachel Caher (4-5), Roisin Fitzgibbon.
Subs: Catriona Dillon , Abbey O’ Dwyer, Amy Delaney , Mia Daly, Hannah Fealy.

Intermediate Camogie R2
Cappamore v Bruff
Wednesday 2nd Sept @ 6.45pm
Another fine performance by the girls on by Wednesday evening now see them in the Intermediate cup semi-final against Croagh/Kilfinny on Sunday afternoon.
The game was tit for tat from the start with some lovely points from Lisa Leonard and Roisin O’ Malley to open Cappamore scoring. Bruff had two goals scored before half time but Cappamore kept themselves in the game with points from Molly Hammersley, Elaine Berkery and Muireann Creamer.
The first score in the second half came from Bruff but was closely followed by two fine pints from Muireann Creamer and Molly Hammersley. Then followed a cracking goal from Orla Lonergan. Bruff were not ready to give up and scored three points in a row which left the scoring Cappamore 1-09 Bruff 2-07 at the final water break. There must have been something in the water as Cappamore came out all guns blazing. The scoring spree started with a point and a fantastic goal from Muireann Creamer. Lisa Leonard and our keeper Claire Keating with a point each. Our defence were now in full control and Muireann Creamer rounded off a great overall team performance with another three points.
Team:Claire Keating,Katie Hayes,Aislinn O’ Malley, Fiona Holmes, Lisa English, Lauren Fennelly, Aimee O’ Brien, Elaine Berkery, Marie Berkery, Lisa, Leonard, Muireann Creamer,Emily Jane Hayes, Roisin O’ Malley,Molly Hammersley, Anna Ryan, Siobhan Berkery,Orla Lonergan, Amy Leonard, Brid Berkery, Aislings Kennedy, Orlagh Hogan, Roisin O’ Connell, Emily Sheehy,Sarah Laffen, Sophie Roche, Yasmin O’ Malley, Alanna Russell and Theresa McKenna

Thanks very much to Seamus Kirby of iFixIT for sponsoring a set of jerseys for our u10 team.

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GREEN AND GOLD LOTTO
DRAW HELD ON AUGUST 31st
Nos drawn: 13,19,25,28
JACKPOT: €9000        NO WINNER
LUCKY DIP WINNERS OF €20 EACH
Eamon Coffey               
Eilis Casey, STN Doon
Ciaran Ryan, Killuragh         
Pauline Hynan
Billy Collins, c/o Pa Creamer       
Carmel & Tony Foley, Boher
Sean McKenna, c/o Tony Foley   
Mandy Moroney, Mullally Grove
Matthew Peter O’ Malley,Towerhill  
Jacko Breen, c/o Matthew O’ Malley
NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT, €9200, NEXT DRAW ON
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7th
In Community Centre @ 9.00 pm

Best of luck to everyone getting their leaving cert results.Go neirí an tádh libh 💚💛