Gallant ladies lose league final
Published 16/05/2013 | 12:30
MOURNEABBEY played Inch Rovers in the Senior League Final in Fermoy on Sunday 12th May. This was a very entertaining and competitive contest but Inch's experience proved too much for the Mourneabbey side.
Mourneabbey started well with the aid of a strong breeze and a point a piece from Roberta Harrington, Emma Forde and Brid O'Sullivan within the first ten minutes put Mourneabbey in the lead. Inch fought back and started to get some scores on the board.
As halftime approached, Inch managed to get a goal and the score at half time was Inch Rovers 1-4 to 0-06 Mourneabbey. There were some competitive exchanges during the second half and despite their best efforts, Mourneabbey conceded 1-3. Mourneabbey refused to lose sight of the game and fought back with great resolve to get within 4 points of the Inch team.
A fine point from substitute, Kathryn Coakley, and goal from Doireann O'Sullivan reduced the deficit. However, Inch Rovers finished out winners at the final whistle.
The final score was 2-11 to 1-10. Mourneabbey Scorers: Doireann O'Sullivan 1-5, Emma Forde 0-1, Roberta Harrington 0-1, Brid O'Sullivan 0-1, Niamh O'Sullivan 0-1 and Kathryn Coakley 0-1. Mourneabbey: Maebh O'Sullivan, Eimear Meaney, Cathy Ann Stack(Capt), Ashling O'Sullivan, Emma Coakley, Maire O'Callaghan, Sandra Conroy, Roisin O'Sullivan, Niamh O'Sullivan, Emma Forde, Brid O'Sullivan, Miriam O'Callaghan, Roberta Harrington, Doireann O'Sullivan, Laura Fitzgerald, Laura Crowley, Kathryn Coakley, Aoife Walsh, Anne Marie Ruby, Jolene Forde, Caoilfhionn Brophy, Grainne Twomey, Rebecca Larkin, Eimear Browne, Ciara O'Sullivan.
Cork Senior Ladies Win League Final Congratulation to the Cork Ladies on their recent League victory against Mayo.
Well done to Mourneabbey players on the panel: Doireann O'Sullivan, Roisin O'Sullivan and Maire O'Callaghan. U14 Cork Team Cork U14's had a closely contested game on Saturday 11th May last against Kerry in CIT which ended in a draw.
Well done to our Mourneabbey players on the panel, Amy Twohig and Ashling O'Callaghan. U12's Win First League Outing Mourneabbey U12's had their first League outing of 2013 on Sunday 12th May against Glanworth. The final score in the game was Mourneabbey 3-3 to Glanworth 1-3. Well done to players, management and coaches!
U14 Cork Team: Cork U14's had a closely contested game on Saturday 11th May last against Kerry in CIT which ended in a draw. Well done to our Mourneabbey players on the panel, Amy Twohig and Ashling O'Callaghan.
U12's Win First League Outing: Mourneabbey U12's had their first League outing of 2013 on Sunday 12th May against Glanworth. The final score in the game was Mourneabbey 3-3 to Glanworth 1-3. Well done to players, management and coaches!
Mourneabbey Community Council
A busy meeting of the community council toke place in the community council room last Monday night.
Recent work in the community centre was outlined by Chairperson Liam Madden.
The new doors under the stage and the new emergency door in the community centre were complemented. The need for new chairs in the complex was also discussed and it was agreed the next quiz to be held in September all funds raised would go towards that.
The proposed rubbish collection did not go ahead this year as the council would not agree for us to bring in the rubbish ourselves. Agreement was made that we will look into another parish clean-up perhaps next year.
Efforts would be made throughout the year to perhaps to identify the worse black spots for rubbish and put up signs. Liam said we were also taking security measures in the community complex and these were nearly completed.
The election for a new rep for the town land of Knockbrack is to be delayed until next September and one more town land would be picked for same.
The schools sports was also discussed, this is to take place in June. A meeting is to be called shortly on the planning for that. The Community Council was also approached by a number of people about a possible tops of the parish or drama-type play taking place.
It was agreed once the sports was over we would met a couple of interested people with the possibility of doing something in the autumn. Full minutes of the meeting are available on the website.
The community council would also like to congratulate all the children from Burnfort and Analeentha school who made their confirmation in Analeentha last Tuesday and the children of Analeentha who received their communion last Saturday.
Well done also to Fergal Cronin who was elected to the Mallow Town Council at the Fine Gael Co-option election. We wish him well for the future.
GAA Lotto: The Following results are for Friday 10th May; 9,11,26,31. No Jackpot Winner Spot Prizes €50 John Healy; Ballyphilibeen, €30 Eamon Doherty Knuttrey, €20 Dan Joe O'Mahoney Bottlehill, €20 Mary Dennehy C/o Conway's, €20 Nicola O'Conner Cappamore.
Next Jackpot: €12,500, draw takes place on Friday May 17th in Railway Bar, Ballinamona. The following are the lotto results for Friday 3rd May. Numbers drawn: 7,18,21,26. There was no jackpot winner. Spot prizes: €50 John Walsh Clashmorgan, €30 Francis Lane c/o D Murphy, €20 Alan Sheehan c/o J O Donohue, €20 Tom Buckley Ballyknockin, €20 Eamon Doherty Knuttery. Next jackpot €12,500.
Match Results: Div 3 Football - Mitchelstown 1-17 Clyda Rovers 3-6. Div. 1 Hurling League Results: Bride Rovers 1-9 Clyda Rovers 0-8. Div. 1 Hurling League Results: Castlemartyr 0-24 Clyda Rovers 0-6
Fixture: Prem Jun A Hurling Championship V Kilshannig this weekend details not available check social media for further info.
Premier Intermediate Football: Clyda opened their Premier Intermediate football season with a game against Castletownbere in Kilmichael on Sunday afternoon.
Clyda defended well against a strong breeze in the first half leading six points to two points at the short whistle. Clyda's first point came after a Paudie Kissane free hit the post was picked up by Conor O'Sullivan , who put it over the bar.
Castletownbere levelled proceedings after fifteen minutes, before scoring a second point, giving them a one point advantage. This was to be the only time they led, as Clyda dominated in all quarters after this.
Further first half scores came from three Paudie Kissane pointed frees and a point from Fionn O'Shea. Clyda had another score on the board a couple of minutes into the second half when Paudie Kissane put over a point . Shortly afterwards he added a goal to his tally after a well worked ball starting with an interception by Kenneth Fitzgerald in defence worked its way down the field, where a great pass from Chris Buckley to Paudie ended up in the back of the net.
From there on Clyda were in cruise control and two further points from Gavin Carey and Conor Flanagan saw Clyda run out comprehensive winners on a score line of 1-9 to 0-3. See the sports section for a full match report.
TEAM: Conor O'Donoghue, Kenneth Fitzgerald, Chris Buckley, Chris Kenny, Sean O'Connell, Fionn O'Shea, Niall O Mullane, John O'Hanlon, Conor Flanagan, Conor O'Sullivan, Paudie Kissane, Gavin Carey, Cian O'Sullivan, Padhraic O'Mullane, Declan Roche. SUBS: Roy Willis for injured Cian O'Sullivan, James Fitzgerald, Colin Ronayne.