Newmarket were defeated as they opened their league campaign with a home tie against Ballincollig at Newmarket on a wet Sunday afternoon, the visitors emerging clear winners by 1-17 to 1-9.
A supreme opportunist goal by Donal Hannon late in the game, capped a superb Newmarket comeback in which they overturned an eight point half time deficit to clinch victory over Valley Rovers by 2-7 to 1-9 at Brinny on Sunday afternoon.
Membership of the club is now due for renewal. The fees for membership are
Adult: (Club Membership & Gym Membership) €50, Adult (Club Membership) €30
Students: €25, Players: €50.
Membership fees can be paid to any officer of the club.
The facilities of the Club Gym will be open to Club Members on
Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Newmarket’s footballers began the playing season with a trip to Cloyne in the Tom Creedon Cup and returned home with a clear cut victory by 3-9 to 0-8.
Newmarket have been drawn against Kiskeam in the first round of the Cork County Premier Intermediate Championship 2014. This will be the fourth time that the sides will meet in the championship in seven years and the third time the sides have been drawn together in the first round.
The Annual General Meeting of Newmarket GAA Club took place on Sunday afternoon in the Clubhouse meeting room.