Newmarket were defeated by Kilbrin in the Kanturk CU league game played at Newmarket on Saturday evening by 2-13 to 0-9.
News from May, 2006
Newmarket will meet Youghal in round two of the Premier intermediate football championship at Ballyhooley on Saturday, June 10th.
Well done to Anthony Crowley (hurling), Paul Murphy, Denys O’Brien, David O’Flynn, Tony O’Keeffe, Kevin O’Connor and James Morgan (football) and their involvements in the Duhallow teams who recorded impressive victories in the county championships recently.
Replica club jerseys are now available for general sale. Anyone interested in attaining a jersey should contact Andrew Lynch.
Well done to Anthony Crowley who was a member of the Duhallow senior hurling team that defeated Carbery impressively in the County Championship last week and to Kevin O’Sullivan a member of the Cork Vocational Schools hurling squad that defeated Galway.
A depleted Newmarket side were defeated by Nemo Rangers who produced a master class second half display, to win a Tom Creedon Cup tie played at Newmarket last week by 0-18 to 0-7.
Applications for membership of the club for the year will be closed at the end of the month. Membership fees are €25 for adults and €15 for students.
Knocknagree won an exciting contest at Newmarket on Friday evening when they emerged victorious by 3-13 to 2-9 in poor conditions at Newmarket. T.J. Bodie had two early points before Knocknagree scored the first goal of the game. Newmarket hit back with two goals in quick succession from Micheal Hourigan and Shane Anthony Murphy to leave the score 2-2 to 1-1 after an amazing opening ten minutes.
On Tuesday evening the Newmarket Juniors travelled to Millstreet and notched up their second win of the campaign when they defeated the home team by 0-11 to 0-8.
Newmarkets hurlers travelled to Freemount on Friday night and were defeated by 2-12 to 0-8. Newmarket got off to a disaterous start when they conceded a goal within thirty seconds of the throw in, with a point quickly following. Newmarket settled and three points from Colin O’Sullivan left a solitary point the margin after eighteen minutes. Freemount hit the next three points before Colin O’Sullivan was again on target. Another Freemount point left the score 1-5 to 0-4 at the interval.