Cappamore GAA Results and Reports

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U 14 camogie- Blackrock effin v cappamore( 4-7 to 1-3)
Match report. Both teams started well but blackrock/ effin made the most of their early attacks by delivering scores every time they got the ball to their inside forwards, while cappamore didn’t take the chances when they came their way. Half time scores (4-5 to 0-1) In the second half cappamores defence held out the blackrock effin attack by only conceding 2 points the entire half. While cappamore scored 1-2 the late attack wasn’t enough and blackrock/effin ran out worthy winners.
Team:
Aoibhe Ryan, Aine Dillon , Abbigail Mockett, Hannah Ryan, Sally Hayes, Fiona O Malley,Tegan Ryan, Hannah Dillon, Megan Ryan, Molly Ryan, Kaelin Ryan, Annie Hourigan, Roisin Fitzgibbon, Rachel Caher(1-3), Aisling Ryan, Abby O Dwyer, Amy Delaney, Emily Franklin, Catriona Dillon.

U 14 camogie plate semi- final Cappamore v crecora( 7-10 to 0-1)
Match report. Crecora struggled for numbers so we played 13 aside. Cappamore got off to a good start scoring 1-2 in as many attacks and pushed on from there . By half time the score was 4-3 to 0-1 . The result was never in any doubt . Cappamore went on to win the game with an impressive score line of 7-10 to 0-1 with all 18 players getting match time. Well done girls.
Team:
Aoibhe Ryan L, Aine Dillon , Abbigail Mockett, Hannah Ryan, Sally Hayes, Fiona O Malley(0-2) Tegan Ryan, Megan Ryan (1-1) Molly Ryan (1-2), Kaelin Ryan, Annie Hourigan, Roisin Fitzgibbon, Rachel Caher(2-5) Aisling Ryan L (3-0), Abby O’Dwyer, Mia Daly , Emily Franklin, Catriona Dillon.

U 14 camogie county shield final in boher. Cappamore v St. Ailbes( 1-6 to 0-4)
Match report.
The game started with both teams showing well, in the early stages both teams exchanged points but by half time cappamore had a 2 point lead ( 0-4 to 0-2). The conditions deteriorated for the second half but cappamore took advantage with Rachel caher scoring a goal from a long range free. St Ailbes fought hard to get back but cappamore went on to finish stronger ,led by their captain Fiona O’Malley with a final score line of 1-6 to 0-4. Well done to both teams for trying their best in such wet & miserable conditions.
Team:
Aoibhe Ryan L, Aine Dillon , Abbigail Mockett, Hannah Ryan, Sally Hayes, Fiona O Malley Capt, Teagan Ryan, Hannah Dillon(0-1) Megan Ryan, Molly Ryan(0-1) Kaelin Ryan, Annie Hourigan, Roisin Fitzgibbon, Rachel Caher(1-4) ,Laura Howell, Aisling RyanL, Abby O’Dwyer, Mia Daly , Emily Franklin, Catriona Dillon , Amy Delaney, Hannah Fealy.

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,
[23/9, 3:06 PM] jj carr: Hi Bernie, can you post this report when you get a chance please.

U12 Hurling league
Cappamore 5-4
Adare 4-3

Adare got off to a flying start with a goal and 2 points in the first five minutes. We weathered the storm however and started to get a foothold in the game. Our backs started to get on top and we were unlucky on a number of occasions not to put some scores on the board. The pressure eventually paid off when Harry Gleeson connected in the air with a Cathal Fitzgibbon delivery to rattle the Adare net in spectacular fashion. James Ryan was on target shortly afterwards to leave the minimum between the sides. Adare struck back with a well taken goal from a free early. We finished the half a bit stronger however with a goal from a free by Cathal Fitzgibbon and long range Ogie Ryan delivery from midfield which deceived the keeper and went all the way to the net.

We had a lively start to the 2nd half with chances going a begging at either end as both defences were on top. Joe Bourke was in great form in goals coming to our rescue on a couple of occasions. We eventually got the score board moving again with well taken points from Ogie and James Ryan. James then took the game by the scruff of the neck with two goals in quick succession to put some daylight between the teams. Adare weren’t finished yet though and they were awarded a close in free which they dispatched to the net. This gave them the confidence to push on but our backs held firm with Ogie Ryan and Tommy Hartnett dominating the half back line and Tommy Dillon on top in midfield. With time almost up Adare pulled a goal back to narrow the gap again but the lads held out to the end to secure the win.

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

Intermediate Camogie Cup Final
Cappamore 1-7 Bruff 1-10
On Sunday 20th Sept we travelled to a sunny Rathkeale to take on Bruff in the intermediate final. While we had previously beaten Bruff we knew it was going to be a tough match.
We got off to a good start with the opening point coming from Lisa Leonard followed by one from Muireann Creamer. Bruff then followed with three unanswered points. Already it was looking like it was going to be a tight game with both sets of backs on top fighting hard for every ball. Claire Keating made some exceptional saves in goal and was helped with some great clearances from Aislinn O’Malley,Katie Hayes and Lisa English. Just before the HT break we had two more points, one from a well taken free by Molly Hammersley and another point from Muireann Creamer.
We opened the 2nd half scoring with a super run from Muireann who buried the ball in the back of the net. Unfortunately our lead was to be short lived as soon after Bruff were awarded a penalty and Niamh Ryan stuck it to the back of the net.
When then had another well taken free from Molly Hammersley to keep us in the game. For the next fifteen minutes it was survival of the fittest. Every breaking ball was a battle. Our fight was lead by captain Fiona Holmes making some great clearances with the help of Laura Fennelly and Aimee O’ Brien. Our mid field of Marie Berkery and Emily Jane Hayes covered miles of ground supporting our back and forwards. Our other forwards too deserve a mention with some great runs and passes from Roisin O’ Malley and Anna Ryan,Orla Lonergan and Elaine Berkery.
Bruff were fortunate to get a few soft frees and again Niamh Ryan was able to take full advantage and put them over the bar. We had our final score from Lisa Leonard as we started to get back on top but unfortunately we ran out of time so the game finished with Bruff winning the game 1-10 to 1-07.
We as a club are very proud of the performance the girls gave, they gave it their all and will be back next year to try again. We thank all our panel of 28 girls for the commitment they have shown this year especially in these strange times with covid-19. We also thank out management team of Conor O’ Malley, Liam Hammersley, Elaine O’ Brien and Niamh Hogan for all their hard work, time and commitment during the year. We look forward to an even better year in 2021.
Team: Claire Keating, Katie Hayes, Aislinn O’Malley, Fiona Holmes, Lisa English, Laura Fennelly, Aimee O’Brien, Marie Berkery, Emily Jane Hayes, Roisin O’Malley, Muireann Creamer, Elaine Berkery, Anna Ryan, Lisa Leonard, Molly Hammersley, Orla Lonergan, Sarah Laffen, Siobhan Berkery, Amy Leonard, Emily Sheehy, Roisin O’Connell, Orlagh Hogan, Aisling Kennedy, Brid Berkery, Sophie Roche, Yasmin O’Malley Theresa McKenna, Alanagh Russell.

Junior B. Cappamore 7.13 to Caherline 3.13. We started game against a slight breeze .. even enough game at first, with goals from liam Creamer penalty and Dan Shanahan put us ahead at half time .. Caherline got a goal early in second half bring it back to a three point game . On the next puck out we regained lead with a goal set up by Declan o Donoghue.. Cappamore push on after that with goals from Dan Shanahan and Andy Murphy..Well done lads.
1 sean McMahon
2 geroid hogan
3 liam Walsh
4 eamon Maloney
5 kevin ryan
6 Seamus ryan
7 darragh o Dwyer
8 jamie McCarthy
9 pakie doyle
10 liam creamer
11 joe o Donnell
12 Declan o donoghue
13 Andy Murphy
14 shane Slattery
15 dan Shanahan
16 colm blackwell
17 tomas o dywer

Junior B , 4 .13 to 1 .12. Fedamore got off too a good start with 4 unanswered points .. Cappamore put serious pressure on Fedamore full back line to claim two quick goals . First water break score was fedamore 7 points cappamore 2 .1 .. it was tit for tat with us ahead by 3 at half time .. Cappamore found their stride early in second half add two more goals nd some well taken points . Fedamore replied with a goal their far end .. Cappamore started winning all battles through out the field to win the match. Well done lads.
1 sean McMahon
2 conor fitz
3 liam Walsh
4 geroid Hogan
5 kevin ryan
6 Seamus ryan
7 darragh o Dwyer
8 jamie McCarthy
9 pakie doyle
10 liam Creamer
11 joe o Donnell
12 Declan Deere
13 eamon moloney
14 Dan Shanahan
15 Eoin Smith
16 seamus Coffey
17 Declan Donoghue
18 mick daly
19 Denis o donoghue
20 tomas o Dwyer
21 colm blackwell

💚💛East Junior B Hurling championship Semi final venue Caherelly
Full time
Murroe-Boher:3-16(25)
Cappamore:2-21(27).
Well done players and managers

1 Sean McMahon
2 Conor Fitzgibbon
3 Liam Walsh
4 Gearoid Mulcahy
5 Darragh O Dwyer
6 Seamus Ryan (shom)
7 Anthony foley (1 pt)
8 Pakie Doyle (1)
9 Jamie (James) McCarthy
10 Liam Creamer (16) 2 from play
11 Joseph o Donnell (1)
12 Kevin Ryan (1)
13 Eoin Smith
14 Darragh Shanahan (1)
15 Eamonn Moloney (2 goals)
Subs 16 Brian Fitzgerald (1)

U14 football
Full time
Cappamore 4.5 to Adare 2.8
Well done players and management 💚💛

U16 camogie
Full time result
Cappamore 2.7
Galbally 3.4
draw
Well done 💚💛

U16 Hurling
FT Cappamore 2.11 to Kildimo Pallaskenry 3.15

U12 hurling league, Mon 21st Sept
FT score
Cappamore 5-4
Adare 4-3
Well done lads 💚💛

Well done to our U8 Hurling teams who played Monaleen today.

Cappamore Celts:
Denis O’Malley (Captain)
Bill Hayes
Andrew Shanahan
Tom Earlie
Ciarán Ryan
Fionn Hogan
Oisín Mulcahy

Cappamore Shamrocks
Oisín Dillon (Captain)
Jamie O’Toole
Conor Ryan
Colin Burke
Jack Maher

U12 football championship FT Cappamore 3-6 St Patrick’s 0-2
Well done lads 💚💛

U16 camogie result Cappamore 2:6 Galbally 3:6

Intermediate Camogie
Ft
Bruff 1-10
Cappamore 1-07
Hard luck girls💚💛

U16 football semifinal
FT. Cappamore 1.12
St Senans 1.7
Well done lads 💚💛

Ft Minor Camogie
Murroe/Boher/Cappamore 1-9 v Ahane 2-15

Upcoming fixtures

Mr Binman U14 Football Division 2B Championship, Round 5
Monday 28th September, 2020
South Liberties / Crecora Manister
V Cappamore,6:15pm,Venue: Crecora
Referee: Kieran Flaherty

Mr. Binman U16 Hurling Division1 Shield
Shield Semi-Final
Wednesday 30th September, 2020
Cappamore V Na Piarsaigh, 6:00pm, Venue: Caherdavin,Referee: Liam O Sullivan

Mr Binman U16 Football Division 2 Championship
Championship Final
Sunday 4th October, 2020
Cappamore V Killacolla Gaels
11:45am, Venue: Ballybrown
Referee: Michael Mann

U16 camogie play at home to Granagh Ballingarry on Monday 28th at 6.15pm

GREEN AND GOLD LOTTO

DRAW HELD ON SEPTEMBER 21st

1, 16, 17, 23
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JP Hartigan, Dromkeen           
Kieran O’ Brien, c/o Matthew O’ Malley
Caher Family, Lower Cooga       
Denis Leonard Jnr, Killuragh
Sean Hayes, Dromsally           
Siobhan Keating
Pa McKenna, Sixmilebridge       
Tony O’ Shaughnessy, Kilmallock
Joe & Nuala Walsh, Bilboa  
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NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT
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NEXT DRAW ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28th In Community Centre @ 9.00 pm