Newmarket’s under 21 football team produced a memorable display of football, in regaining the Duhallow championship for the first time in six years, when they defeated Boherbue by 2-12 to 1-8 in the replayed final at Dromtariffe on Sunday evening.
News from April, 2007
Newmarket won their 7th Duhallow Under 21 football title in Dromtariffe this evening, overcoming Boherbue on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-08.
Report to follow.
Newmarket’s minor hurling team were defeated in their first league game of the season by St. Marks at Meelin on Thursday evening by 4-10 to 3-8.
Newmarket recorded their second successive win in this years Ducon Cup after turning in a fine display, especially in the first half, in accounting for Boherbue by 1-13 to 1-5 at sun drenched Newmarket on Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket suffered a heavy defeat in their second outing of the Kanturk Credit Union Junior hurling league, when they travelled to Freemount on Friday night and were comprehensively beaten by the home side, 4-15 to 1-4.
The destination of this years Duhallow under 21 football title will have to be resolved on another day as Newmarket and Boherbue played out a draw after a tense, gripping and exciting contest. Played before a large attendance at Dromtariffe on Sunday evening, the sides finished level at 1-10 apiece thanks to a dramatic late Boherbue comeback, which resulted in a late equalizing goal.
Newmarket’s minor footballers left an early second half lead of seven points slip, as they went under to Lyre by 2-8 to 1-9 at Newmarket on Monday evening last.
This Sunday, the Newmarket U21 footballers go in search of the first Duhallow title since 2001. The runners-up from last year face Boherbue in Dromtarriffe at 7:00pm.
All support welcome.
Newmarket were defeated by Killavullen in the first round of the Premier Intermediate Football Championship, in an entertaining contest played at sun drenched Charleville on Sunday afternoon by 0-12 to 0-9.
Killavullen defeated Newmarket by 3 points in the first round of the Premier Intermediate football championship at Charleville on Sunday.
Report to follow
Newmarket and Killavullen meet in the first round of the Premier Intermediate football championship at Charleville on Sunday next, April 8th at 3:30pm.
Newmarket’s intermediate footballers completed their preparations for next Sunday’s championship encounter against Killavullen, with a disappointing league defeat, away to Newcestown on Sunday morning last, by 2-14 to 0-7.
Newmarket’s junior footballers claimed their first points in this years Ducon Cup after a good home victory over Castlemagner by 0-10 to 0-6 on Friday evening last.
On Sunday evening Newmarket’s minor team travelled to take on Dromtariffe and were narrowly defeated by 1-7 to 0-8 after the hour.
Newmarket’s minor footballers were defeated by Kanturk in their second league outing at the latter’s venue on Wednesday evening by 2-7 to 1-5.
Training in the proper use of the Defibrillator at our GAA Grounds will take place on Saturday, April 21st. Training will be provided by the Irish Red Cross. It is vital as many players and club mentors as possible avail of this opportunity. If an emergency did occur at our grounds, the more people proficient in the use of the defibrillator the better chance of saving someone’s life.
For more details or to book a place, please give your name to Conor O’Sullivan before Saturday