Kelleher Shield V Valley Rovers

The Senior team were narrowly defeated by Valley Rovers on Sunday last 1-10 to 2-06. The team played well in the opening half and led 2-03 to 0-06 at half time despite playing against a strong wind. Clon maintained their lead entering the last 5 minutes but conceded 1-01 and were unable to take a number of chances in the closing minutes to earn a draw or a deserved win. There is no league game scheduled for next weekend

U21 C Football v Glengarriff

The U21C team had a very good win on Sunday 19th March in Skibbereen against Glengarrif. Clon faced a strong wind in the opening half and got off to a slow start to trail 1-02 to 0-01 early. A goal by Darragh McCullagh brought Clon back into the game and trailed only 1-05 to 1-02 at half time with the strong breeze at our advantage for the second half. At the start of the second half Clon conceded a second soft goal and Clon still trailed by 5 points entering the last quarter. In a strong finish we scored the last six score to get a narrow and encouraging win 1-10 to 2-06.

Team and scorers : Shane Collins ( 0-06 ) , Conor Scally , Joe White , Shane Tanner , Liam O'Connor , David Walsh , Thomas Hayes , Andrew Moriarty , Joe Hughes ( 0-01 ) , Darragh Mc Cullagh ( 1-01 ) , Ciaran Crowley ( 0-01 ) , Eoin O'Neill ( 0-01 ). Subs Cian O'Donoghue , Maurice Shanley , Tomas Palmer.

U21 Football Championship V O'Donovan Rossa

The U21A Football team got their Championship campaign underway on Saturday 18th March in Rosscarbery v O'Donovan Rossa.  Clon came into the game as strong favourites against a youthful opposition. O'Donovan Rossa deployed a very defensive system in the early stages which Clon struggle to break down. Clon gradually dominated the first half to comfortably lead 0-07 to 0--2 at half time. Clon began the second half as they finished the first and a flicked goal from Paul O'Regan increased the lead 1-07 to 0-04. From here until the end of the game O'Donovan Rossa grew into the game and scored two goals to narrow the gap to 1-10 to 2-04. Clon were under pressure but held out to score a deserved win 1-12 to 2-06 and advance to play Ahane Gaels in the quarter final.

Team and scorers : Ryan Doonan , Eoin Deasy , Paul Daly , Zach Harrington , Cian O'Donovan ( 0-01 ) , Tiarnan O'Connell , Josh Henry , Mark White ( 0-02 ) , Liam O'Donovan ( 0-02 ) , Olan O'Donovan , David Lowney ( 0-03 ) , Oisin Walsh ( 0-01 ) , Sean O'Donoghue , Ross Mannix ( 0-03 ) , Sean McEvoy. Subs Paul O'Regan ( 1-0 ) and Adam O'Brien

Lotto 18th March

There was no winner of the lotto draw on Saturday 18th March. Numbers drawn were 3 - 16 - 17 - 32. Lucky dip winners of €40 were : 

  • Pat Finn Innis Sioda
  • Michael,Evan, Paidi c/o Con O'Brien
  • Sutton Family 34 Ladys Cross
  • John O'Callaghan Ballymacowen
  • Kevin O'Regan Assumption Place
  • Sean Knowles Woodfield

Next weeks jackpot will be €6,200

Fixtures 18/19 March

The following fixtures are scheduled to take place in the coming weekend 18/19 March

  • Saturday 18th March @3pm in Rosscarbery. U21 Football Championship v O'Donovan Rossa
  • Sunday 19th March @12pm in Brinny.Division 1 Football League v Valley Rovers
  • Sunday 19th March @ 12pm in Ballydehob. U21C Football Championship v Glengarrife

Support for all teams would be appreciated.

CORK SENIOR LADIES FOOTBALL TEAM

GOLF CLASSIC FUNDRAISER 

Mallow Golf Course 
Thursday 30th and Friday 31st March

Enter a team or sponsor a tee box.
Tee boxes cost €50 and can be personalised with your own or your business name.

For full details on the event, to register your team or sponsor a tee box please contact Clonakilty and Cork Goalkeeper, Martina O'Brien, on 086 868 3300 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you.

Lotto 11th March

There was no winner of the club lotto for €5,800. Numbers drawn were 2-4-22-24. Lucky dip winners of €40 were:

  •  Hilary Collins Convent Road
  • Timmy Anglin Richfordstown
  • Zara & Brid Galvin Shannonvale
  • Andrew Whelton Cruary
  • Alan Dorgan Assumption Place
  • Willie Joe Madden c/o Bingo.                                                                               

Club Lotto 4th March

There was no winner of the lotto held on Saturday last for €5,600. Numbers drawn were 2 - 18 - 23 - 28. Luck dip winners of €40 :

  • Pat Finn Innis Sioda
  • Noel Hallissey Desert
  • Joan O'Reilly Casement Street
  • Linda Hayes Rosscarbery
  • Kathleen O'Donovan c/o Bingo
  • Joe Lordan 087 2388267

Next weeks jackpot €5,800

U21 Football Championship

The U21 Football Championship game v O'Donovan Rossa was not played last weekend and is now scheduled for Saturday 18th March in Rosscarbery at 3pm. Support would be appreciated

Intermediate Game v Gabriel Rangers

In one of the few fixtures to be played on Saturday Clon travelled to Ballydehob to play Gabriel Rangers. The home side got a very quick start with a brace of goals in the first 10 minutes. In an open game both side found scores easy to get with the home side prevailing 4-10 to 3-11 in an exciting encounter.

Upcoming Workshops

The following are upcoming workshops to be held in Ahamilla free of charge and is open to all coaches/parents from Clonakilty GAA Club
 
  • Kevin O’Donovan (Hurling workshop for 8-14yrs) Sunday 12th March from 10am to 12 noon.
  • Paudie Kissane (Football & Hurling workshop for 14-18yrs)  Mon 13th March from 6pm to 7.30pm  
 

 

Health & Wellbeing Night in Ahamilla

A very successful Health & Wellbeing night was held in Ahamilla last night and was attended by a large number of club members and players.

Informative presentations were given by AIB on Internet Banking and their long standing association with the GAA. Noel O'Callgahan of the County Board outlined his role and the various challenges facing GAA clubs including gambling, alcohol and drug addictions. Paddy Duggan was next to speak and gave an insight into the work being done country wide and brought back very positive message from the recent GAA roadshow held in Nemo Rangers.

The final speaker was Conor Cusack. A much recognised figure he gave a very positive message about facing his own issues and how help in at hand for anyone that requires it and also outlining the very real and multiple issues that the GAA must come to terms with and ensure their members are adequately looked after.

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