Galbally 2 – 6 Galtee Gaels 1 – 8
Played on home ground on 16th May 1991 Galtee Gaels needed a win to keep interest alive in the south junior B league. The opening round of the intermediate football championship was fast approaching and this game would siphon players from the junior ranks. It was a case of “make hay while the sun shines.”
Galtee Gaels replied to a Denis Ryan goal with points from Breedy, Caddigan and Boland.Cronin added to Ryan’s goal with two points and turning over on 1 – 2 to 0 – 3. Michael Fraher had no sooner added Galtee Gaels fourth point than Galbally reeled off an unanswered 1 – 2. Boland (2) and a point response by Taylor set the scoreboard at 2 – 6 to 0 -6.
With ten minutes left Jim Hickey red carded a Galbally player and suddenly Galtee Gaels came to life. O’Callaghan and Moloney pointed and Boland sent Dawson the wrong way with his penalty shot. But that was as good as it got.
Galbally: S Dawson, M McCarthy S Farrell L Hourigan, M Kearney J Donovan, P Hennebry, G Fahy, M Dennehy, W O’Donoghue, S Morrissey T Taylor (0 – 2), D Cronin (0 – 4), D Ryan (2 – 0), L Cunningham. Subs: C McCarthy S Fitzgibbon.
Galtee Gaels: P. Cronin, R. Fraher, M. O’Callaghan (0 – 1), M. Fraher, J. Walsh, D. Moriarty, W. Boland (1 – 3), W. O’Donnell, A. Breedy (0 – 1), F. Moloney (0 – 1), J. O’Gorman, T.J. Clancy, D. Caddigan (0 – 2), L Lewis Sub: M Lewis.
The club are now selling tickets for the GAA National Draw. Prizes include €2,000 cash, a brand-new Renault Clio V and an All-Ireland Hurling and Football final packages.
Selling tickets for the National Draw allows the club to raise some much-needed money and gives the ticket buyers the chance to win some brilliant prizes. If you wish to purchase tickets, please contact any committee member or any player from the Senior panel.
A reminder that our club membership can now be paid online by visiting We strongly recommend that members pay online given the current Covid restrictions. If you have any questions, please contact a member of the committee.
Galtee Gaels GAA club extends it sympathy and condolences to the O’Sullivan Family, Kilbehenny on the death last week of their mother Margaret (Peggy0 O’Sullivan. Peggy maintained a keen interest in club events. Her sons wore the Galtee Gaels colours over the years playing a valuable role in gaining south and county honours at many grades. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam,
Mr Ben Lynch Bank of Ireland Mitchelstown on right, presenting a set of jerseys for the Galtee Gaels under 12 team, to Anthony Moloney, under 12 team trainer. Also in picture Margaret Childs under 12 team selector, N. O’Donnell, Brendan Childs, Samantha Walsh, and Ger Condon, Galtee Gaels Juvenile Club Chairman.
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