News from May, 2011
Newmarket’s junior football team rounded off their Ducon Cup campaign with a good home victory over Ballydesmond by 0-14 to 2-2 on Monday evening last.
Newmarket completed their junior hurling league program with a home defeat to Banteer by 2-17 to 0-16 in blustery conditions at Newmarket on Sunday morning.
Newmarket suffered a disappointing league defeat away to Tullylease on Wednesday evening when the home side were convincing winners by 2-15 to 0-10.
Congratulations to T.J. Brosnan who lined out at half back for the Cork minor football team that defeated Clare in the Munster semi final at Ennis on Wednesday evening last and to Bart Daly who also lined out at half back in the Cork junior football team that defeated Clare in the first round of the Munster championship at Cork on Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket recorded their second victory of the junior hurling league campaign after a clear home win over Kilgarvan by 0-19 to 0-4 on Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket’s junior hurlers resumed league duty with a defeat away to Freemount on Friday evening, a close contest ending 1-14 to 1-9 in favour of the home side thanks in the main to a late decisive goal.
Despite defeat, Newmarket showed great character and spirit in going under to Bantry Blues by 1-11 to 1-9 in the first round of the Premier Intermediate Football Championship played in constant rain and miserable conditions at Macroom on Saturday evening.
Newmarket and Ballingeary played out a high quality draw in an intermediate league game played in Macroom on Tuesday evening, a thrilling encounter ending 2-12 apiece.