A point in injury time denied Newmarket and edged Rockchapel to victory in a gripping, exciting, entertaining Duhallow Junior B Football Championship Final played in monsoon conditions at Rockchapel on Sunday afternoon, with the home team emerging champions on a 1-7 to 0-9 scoreline.
News from October, 2011
Newmarket – Cork County Intermediate Football Champions 2011!!!! Over 7,000 spectators witnessed the most momentous, memorable, historic occasion in Newmarket GAA Club in the mecca of Cork GAA, Pairc Ui Chaoimh on a truly unforgettable day, Sunday, October 16th, 2011. Twenty seven heroes and a management trio of the already legendary Danny Culloty, Donal O’Sullivan and Danny Hourigan are etched into folklore forever more. What a momentous day for everybody lucky enough to witness a perfect day as Newmarket captured the Billy Long Cup for the first time and scaled the heights to senior club status on defeating the formidable Clyda Rovers by 3-6 to 1-10.
Sunday will be Newmarkets eight championship game in the 2011 campaign. Having been one game away from a relegation battle, Newmarket now stand 60 minutes away from Senior football.
This is how they got to the final…
The five week wait is almost over and the build up has reached fever pitch as the Newmarket team take their place in the County Premier Intermediate Football Championship Final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday next at 2pm.
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Newmarket qualified for the final of the Duhallow Junior B Football championship following a big home semi final victory over St. John’s by 2-17 to 1-2 in blustery conditions on Sunday.
A late goal by impressive substitute Michael Cottrell ensured a dramatic victory for Newmarket’s minor footballers by 1-13 to 2-8 in an entertaining league game against Mallow at Newmarket on Sunday evening.
The Cork County Board GAA Draw for the new season is now up for renewal.
Newmarket completed their intermediate league campaign and preparations for the upcoming Premier Intermediate Football Championship final with a well earned victory away to Mallow by 1-13 to 2-5 on Tuesday night.
Newmarket were defeated by an impressive Kilbrin side in the junior B hurling league playoff game played at Kilbrin on Sunday evening where the home side emerged with a 2-16 to 1-7 victory.
Newmarket suffered a disappointing home intermediate league defeat to Kinsale on Sunday afternoon with the visitors claiming a clear victory by 1-13 to 1-5.