Our weekly lotto draw took place on Monday 22nd of August in Whelan’s Bar, and the numbers drawn were 05, 09, 21, 24. There was no winner so next week’s jackpot will be €6,800 and will take place in Cronin’s Bar.
The lucky dip winners of €40 each were Tom Purcell (c/o Pat Condon), Johnie Fitzgerald (c/o Seanie Roche), Eileen McMahon (c/o Derry McMahon), Ida Dunworth (online), Maureen (c/o Ned Kelly’s).
Our tickets are now on sale for €2.00 each or 3 for €5. They can be purchased online at www.ncwgaa.com click on Lotto on the drop down menu or through any of the local outlets/promoters selling same. A reminder to those of you on social media, that our draw goes out live every Monday evening at 8.30 p.m on Facebook. We thank you all for your continued support.
Note: anyone who paid upfront for 2020 will be entered on a weekly basis up to 28th November 2022.
To keep up to date with all the comings and goings of our club, we would encourage you all to download the Club Zap app by visiting your app store. Follow the onscreen instructions to set up, so you will never again miss out on the latest club news, fixtures, results, lotto draw results etc. Lotto can be played through the app.
Well done to our senior footballers on their round 3 football championships victory ovwe Galbally in Kilmallock, where they prevailed on a scoreline of 3.13 to 0.7, with Mike McMahon getting an impressive personal tally of 3.2.
Team v Galbally:
1. Michael Quilligan (0.2 F) 2. Mike O’Keeffe 3. Darren O’Doherty 4. Brian O’Sullivan 5. Stephen Brosnan 6. James Kelly. 7. Ruadhan O’Connor 8. Iain Corbett 9. Sean Murphy 10. Todd Donovan (0.1) 11. Emmet Rigter 12. Shane Stack (0.2) 13. Eoin Hurley (0.4) 14. Mike McMahon (3.2, 0.2 M) Brian Nix (0.2, 0.1 M). Subs Brian Hurley, Aaron Neville, Thomas Quilligan, Brian Foley, Andrew Ruddle, Donnacha Woods, Evan Sheehan, Chris Neville, Michael Cremin, Martin Madden, Michael Blashkiv.
Hard luck to the Junior footballers who lost our to Athea by the narrowest of margins, on a scoreline of 2.6 to 1.8. Cappagh provide the opposition in the must win fixture in the 4th round, and that is currently scheduled to take place on Friday the 26th of August at 6.30 in Knockaderry.
Best of luck to all involved in both squads.
Hard luck to the U19 Hurlers who were defeated in their County Premier Hurling Championship semi final against Bruff in Mick Neville Park on the 19th of August. See match report below.
We had no U17 fixtures in the last week. Our next fixtures are on the hurling side and will be against Kilacolla Gaels in Ballyagran on Monday the 29th of August, and this will be quickly followed by our final group match against Belville Gaels on the 31st of August in NCW. Next up in football will be St Senan’s on the 12th of September.
All Ireland u 16 hurling weekend
Best wishes to Diarmuid Lyons and Cathal Hayes who are with the Limerick u16 panel next Saturday in Mallow for the All Ireland u 16s weekend. Diarmuid was an excellent captain in a recent win over Cork while Cathal played well in the forwards. Congratulations to both.
Our final U15 championship group fixture took place on the 15th of August, and we are awaiting the results from the remaining matches in the group to determine whether we will progress to knock out competition.
Our U13 hurlers faced Killeedy Tournafulla in their final group match in the 2022 Division 2 hurling championship, and they put in a huge performance to lose out narrowly on a scoreline of 6.4 to 3.8. The opposition had a 100% record in 10 matches in the championship and great credit is due to our boys for their performance, and the strides they have made since the start of the season where we faced the same opposition in a challenge match. We now face Granagh Ballingarry on the 25th of August in Newcastle West to decide who finishes 3rd and 4th, and we will then move to the semi-final stage where we will face Killeedy Tournafulla or Patrickswell.
We are also in a playoff in U13 football, we face Na Piarsigh in NCW on the 1st of September, and the winners will travel to Kildimo Pallaskeny on the 8th of September to decide who comes 2nd in the group and move to the championship semi final, and who will enter the Shield semi final.
The U11s were back in action against Templeglantine on Tuesday the 16th of August. Numbers continue to be very impressive at this age, will done to all involved.
Well done to our footballers who travelled to Collyroe on Friday the 19th of August and took part in a huge blitz. We habe another football blitz on Friday the 26th, time and venue TBC.
Training continues from 6-7pm on Fridays and blitzes have recommenced on Saturday mornings for this age group, details to provided by coaches at trainings. Well done to all who attended the blitz on Saturday the 20th of August in Killeedy.
County premier u 19 hurling semi final Bruff 2-12 NCW 0-10
After two high scoring entertaining victories against Mungret and Patrickswell we travelled to Mick Neville on Tuesday night in big numbers expecting a cracker against Bruff in the county semi final. Unfortunately the game never got out of second gear and this very talented bunch didnt do themselves justice on the night. However Bruff were impressive and didnt make it easy for the lads.
A vicious cross field breeze made scoring very difficult. Also the recent dry weather left the field very rough in patches which led to a lot of mistakes controlling low balls. We started slowly and allowed Bruff to dictate the game. We battled away and the score was 8 to 4 at half -time.
In fairness to our boys they started the second half brightly and the game reaches a fair level of intensity. We got to deficit back to 2 on the 40th minute and it looked like our lads might find their feet. However a killer goal from a long ball gave Bruff a 5 point cushion which they never relinquished. A late great individual goal by Bruff midfielder put the icing on the cake for them.
All in all it was a positive campaign from the boys with great wins in the group stages over Mungret and Patrickswell. They will be dissappointed to have finished the campaign like this but there is a great bunch of players here which hopefully will be the foundation of the adult teams for the next decade or so. Thanks to management team of Derry McMahon Mike Mulcahy and John Donovan. Panel James Lyons kieran O Connell Arron Neville Ethan kirwan John Whelan Ethan Hurley (capt) Diarmuid Lyons Michael Blashkiv Emmet Rigter Con Hayes Jack O Connor John O’Grady Leon Barry Cathal Hayes Andrew Lyons Sean Torley Paudie Kelly Patrick Noonan.