The Annual General Meeting of Newmarket GAA Club took place on Sunday afternoon in the Clubhouse meeting room.
Newmarket went down to a sharper more clinical Rockchapel team in the Duhallow Cup Final played in ideal conditions, in front of a sizeable crowd at Knocknagree on Sunday afternoon. Rockchapel’s ability to find the net was decisive as they claimed the honours on a 3-10 to 1-10 scoreline.
Newmarket qualified for the Duhallow Cup Final after an excellent second half display enabled them to defeat Kiskeam by 1-12 to 2-6 at floodlit Kiskeam on a chilly Tuesday night.
Newmarket captured the Duhallow Junior B Football Championship title for a second time and were full value for their victory over Rockchapel by 1-9 to 1-6 in the final played in blustery conditions at Boherbue on Sunday afternoon.
Robert Emmets went down in disappointing manner to a far superior Croke Rovers side, by 1-20 to 0-6 in the Duhallow Under 21 hurling final, played in at times appalling weather conditions at Tullylease on Saturday afternoon.
An outstanding team effort spearheaded by the individual scoring brilliance of ace talisman Donal Hannon, enabled an impressive Robert Emmets defeat St. Marks by 0-19 to 2-9 in the Duhallow under 21 hurling semi final played in ideal conditions at Tullylease on Monday evening, as the team qualified for a second successive Duhallow Final.