Newmarket completed their junior hurling league programme with a share of the spoils after a draw of 1-14 apiece with Millstreet in dreary wet conditions on a dark night in Newmarket. Already assured of qualification for the semi finals, the result ensured Newmarket finished second in the league table on thirteen points from eight games.
News from May, 2014
Newmarket got the better of St. Johns, 1-14 to 0-12 in a keenly contested junior B football league game played at Newmarket last Friday evening.
Victory against Freemount guaranteed a league semi final spot for Newmarket, a feat they last achieved in 1988, 26 years ago.
Newmarket qualified for the semi finals of the Duhallow Junior Hurling League for the first time since 1988, as a side short several regulars, recorded a fine 3-13 to 1-7 victory over previously unbeaten Freemount in the sunshine at Newmarket on Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket maintained their challenge to qualify for the semi finals of the Duhallow junior hurling league when Donal Hannon converted a late free into a stiff breeze from a difficult angle, to overcome Banteer by 2-11 to 1-13 at Banteer on Sunday afternoon. It regained Newmarket a lead they held since the second minute until they were pegged back with a late equalizing Banteer goal.