The month of December holds a special place in Newmarket hearts. In 1970 it was the thirteenth day of the month, while back in 1998 it was the sixth. This year, the fifth has been added to the glorious days when The Black & Red have won county titles. In securing the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate title last Sunday, the Newmarket footballers bridged the gap to another celebrated occasion, the sixteenth of October 2011, and in doing so, created a legacy of their own. Read the rest of this news item »
The three week wait for the Newmarket Footballers and their supporters is almost over, with the team heading for Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, where they will take on Kanturk for the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Football crown.
The Newmarket footballers are back in the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate final, after a strong performance against the fancied Cill Na Marta side. Heading into the contest in Glantane last Saturday, the Muskerry outfit had yet to lose a match and had defeated all put in front of them by comfortable margins.
The Newmarket footballers head to Glantane on Saturday afternoon at 3pm, with a place in the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Final up for grabs. Talking on Cill Na Matra, for a place in the competition decider, both sides have had differing paths to semi final.
The Newmarket Junior B hurlers lost out to Freemount in the Duhallow Junior B despite a strong first half showing.
The Newmarket footballers got the better of Naomh Abán on Saturday last, the 30th of October, to progress to the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Football Championship semi finals.