Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers recorded a nail biting victory over Mallow last Sunday to advance to the final of the Tom Creedon Cup.
News from April, 2016
Robert Emmett’s season ended in disappointment when they were defeated by Boherbue in the Duhallow U-21 Football final played at Ballydesmond last Tuesday evening.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate footballers recorded another league win as they defeated Dohenys at Priory Park.
Newmarket Junior A Hurlers played host to reigning Duhallow champions Castlemagner last Friday evening at Priory Park.
Newmarket GAA are delighted to announce plans to develop and expand our facilities in Priory Park. These developments will see the building of a new modern gym, ladies and disabled toilets along with the refurbishment and modernisation of two of the existing changing rooms. These upgraded changing rooms will be mainly used by our ladies clubs. This project is expected to cost approximately €70,000 and the club have secured a Sports Capital grant of €50,000 towards the overall cost.
Newmarket Junior A Hurlers lost out to a last minute goal to Freemount last Sunday in what was a pulsating tussle.
Newmarket Junior A hurlers began their 2016 Hurling season with an enterprising win over Millstreet in the Duhallow Hurling League.
Newmarket progressed to the semi- final of the Tom Creedon cup with a win against Nemo Rangers.
Robert Emmet’s progressed to a second consecutive Duhallow final with an Impressive win over Knocknagree.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers got revenge over Kiskeam in the Division 2 Football League which was played on a splendid afternoon in Kiskeam. This was a repeat of last year’s first round championship in which Kiskeam won by a solitary point.