Newmarket played Millstreet in their most recent outing in the Ducon Cup at Dromtariffe on Saturday where they ended up defeated by 3-10 to 3-4 on a sun drenched afternoon.
News from April, 2011
Newmarket’s junior hurlers recorded a league victory over near neighbours Meelin by 2-13 to 2-9 in perfect conditions before a fine crowd at Newmarket on Thursday evening.
Newmarket GAA Club would like to extend its congratulations to Newmarket Town F.C. on their fantastic achievement in winning the President’s Cup at Turners Cross on Sunday evening. It was a wonderful occasion made by the very colourful and vocal Newmarket contingent that provided a terrific atmosphere. Each of the fourteen players that played in the game are either current club players or have represented the club in the recent past. Once again congratulations to the club and the team.
Newmarket went down to a disappointing defeat in their latest intermediate league game at home to Adrigole on Sunday where the visiting team emerged victorious by 3-9 to 2-8.
A youthful and depleted Newmarket team exited the Duhallow under 21 hurling championship when they endured a 3-13 to 1-8 defeat away to Millstreet on Saturday evening.
A pointed free from the unerring John Lane with the final puck of the game earned Newmarket a draw in their junior hurling league game against Millstreet, played in Newmarket on Tuesday evening, the game ending 0-17 to 1-14.
Newmarket travelled to Dromtariffe on Wednesday evening last to take on the home side in their latest outing in the Ducon Cup and despite suffering an eight point defeat by 0-12 to 0-4, they were left to rue their tally of fifteen wides during the game.
Newmarket faced a long journey to Castletownbere for their latest intermediate football league encounter where the home side emerged victorious by two points, 0-16 to 1-11 on a sunny, Sunday afternoon in West Cork.
Newmarket’s hurlers had their first outing of the season on Sunday afternoon and despite a home league defeat to Kilbrin by 2-17 to 0-14 they contributed to an entertaining and well contested tie.
Newmarket’s minor hurlers began their league campaign with an away trip to Ballyhooly to play the home side Blackwater Rovers and ended up being defeated by 2-8 to 0-9.
Newmarket claimed their first victory in their third outing of the Ducon Cup with a hard earned victory over Kiskeam by 1-9 to 1-7 in a tight contest played in greasy conditions at Newmarket on Wednesday evening.
Newmarket’s minor footballers endured their first league defeat in their third outing when they were at the end of a heavy defeat against an outstanding Millstreet side by 5-7 to 0-9 at Millstreet on Monday evening.