On Sunday morning Newmarket claimed their second victory within a week in the Junior B hurling league with a fine home victory over Kanturk by 2-17 to 0-7 in dreadful conditions.
News from August, 2009
Newmarket travelled to Tullylease on Monday evening and emerged victors by 0-11 to 0-8 in the Junior B hurling league game against the home side played on an excellent playing surface.
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The Newmarket U16 footballers’ unbeaten run was ended on Friday night (14th August) in an enthralling and thrilling contest in the first round of the U16 football championship in Kanturk against Kanturk. From the start the atmosphere on the pitch was both nervous and intense, both teams finding it hard to settle, Newmarket had the advantage of the breeze in the first half but found it hard to capitalise on this advantage.
A gallant Newmarket minor hurling team were defeated by Dromtariffe in the Duhallow Minor C Hurling Championship final played in trying wet conditions at Dromtariffe on Friday evening, a late burst from the home side confirming a 0-14 to 1-7 victory.
Newmarket had a fine home victory over Freemount in the junior B hurling league at Newmarket on Thursday evening in very trying heavy conditions by 3-8 to 1-7.
Newmarket’s junior B hurlers claimed their first victory of the season when they defeated Lismire at the latter’s venue on Thursday evening last by 3-6 to 0-7, this despite being very wasteful in scoring positions throughout the hour.
Newmarket’s minor footballers were denied at the death after a thrilling conclusion to their championship clash with Boherbue on Tuesday evening at Kiskeam which ended 2-7 to 0-11.
A goal from a free with the final puck of the match denied Newmarket victory in their second junior B hurling league game against Kilbrin played at Newmarket on Wednesday evening, the contest ending 1-15 apiece.
Newmarket emerged with the spoils following an entertaining Intermediate football league game at home to Ballinora on Saturday evening by 2-12 to 3-8.
Newmarket bowed out of the EPS Bison Duhallow Junior Hurling Championship on suffering a crushing defeat to near neighbours Meelin by 1-27 to 1-7 at Meelin on Friday evening last. The incessant rain that fell before the game meant the game was switched from Newmarket to Meelin and the game was played on a remarkable playing surface that defied all that the elements could muster.