Newmarket Town extend winning run
Published 04/10/2012 | 17:45
Newmarket Town F.C continued their fine run of form on Saturday last by defeating defending president cup champions Knocknaheeny Celtic 2-0 away from home in the second round of the presidents cup. This was Newmarket's eighth win in nine games in all competitions.
A very impressive performance by Newmarket began as a midfield battle between the two sides which defined the game with Timothy Murphy, Shane Murphy and Colin Stack coming out on top for the away side as wingers Timmy O'Keeffe and James O'Sullivan worked tirelessly up and down the wings with Newmarket holding most of the possession for the game.
Ironically, Newmarket's dominance eventually paid off with a goal straight from a corner kick thanks to striker Alan Dugdale which took Newmarket into the break leading 1-0. Newmarket continued where they left off with Dugdale whipping in a cross for James O'Sullivan who bravely headed home to make it 2-0.
Newmarket put on a strong display overall with the defence mopping up anything Knocknaheeny could conjure up. Newmarket Town F.C now await a third round tie and look to continue their fine form in all competitions.
Newmarket Darts league will begin on Friday, October 12. It is requested that all team captains attend a meeting at Scanlon's bar at 9.30pm on Friday, October 5, with completed team lists for the campaign.
Will resume on Monday, October 15, in Rockchapel Community Centre for eight weeks 8 to 10pm. Please make contact, as soon as possible, as places are limited.
Book no later than October 4 at (029) 69057 or (086) 2616308. Everyone welcome.
1st: Nora Collins and Liam Fitzpatrick; 2nd: Jerry Daly and Con Collins; 3rd: Jess McAuliffe and Mary Cahill
Bridge classes for beginners in Castle Court Newmarket Thursday, October 4, at 7.30pm. Contact Nora Collins on (087) 9762161.
Newmarket Credit Union is delighted to announce the 2012 winner of the Student Grant is Paul Kennedy of Newmarket.
Paul is a past pupil of Coláiste Treasa, Kanturk, and is now a student at the University of Limerick.