The Newmarket footballers are back in the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate final, after a strong performance against the fancied Cill Na Marta side. Heading into the contest in Glantane last Saturday, the Muskerry outfit had yet to lose a match and had defeated all put in front of them by comfortable margins.
The Newmarket footballers head to Glantane on Saturday afternoon at 3pm, with a place in the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Final up for grabs. Talking on Cill Na Matra, for a place in the competition decider, both sides have had differing paths to semi final.
The Newmarket Junior B hurlers lost out to Freemount in the Duhallow Junior B despite a strong first half showing.
The Newmarket footballers got the better of Naomh Abán on Saturday last, the 30th of October, to progress to the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Football Championship semi finals.
Newmarket and Millstreet travelled to Meelin on Sunday last, the 10th of October, with a place in the E Tarrant and Son’s Junior A Duhallow Final at stake.
The Newmarket footballers must take on Castletownbere in a do or die clash, in the final group game of the Premier Intermediate Football Championship, knowing a win is a must and even a victory may not guarantee progress to the knockout stages. The team find themselves in this position following defeat to Na Piarsaigh on Saturday last, the 25th of September.
The Newmarket Junior B Hurlers took on Kilbrin in Round 1 of the championship on Saturday evening, the 18th September.
Newmarket and Castlemagner travelled to Kilbrin on Friday night, the 10th of September, in Round 2 of the E. Tarrant and Sons sponsored Junior A Championship.
Newmarket’s Junior B footballers played host to Rockchapel in Round 1 of the Duhallow championship, on Sunday the 5th of September.
Newmarket travelled to Glantane on Saturday the 4th of September, to take on Aghada in the opening round of the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Football Championship.
Boherbue travelled to Newmarket on Thursday evening last, the 26th of August, to take on Robert Emmets in the Duhallow under 21 football championship.
The hurlers of Newmarket and Millstreet travelled to Meelin to contest the semi final of the Twohig’s Duhallow junior A hurling league on Friday night last, the 20th of August.
Robert Emmets and Sliabh Luachra Gaels played out an entertaining draw on Monday evening, the 16th of August, in the first round of the Duhallow U21 football championship.
In a repeat fixture of the 2019 Duhallow final, Newmarket and Kilbrin squared off in Tullylease on Saturday afternoon, the 14th of August, this time in round 1 of the competition.
The hurlers of Newmarket and Kanturk travelled to Tullylease on Friday night last, the 6th of August, to contest the quarter final of the Twohig’s Duhallow Junior A Hurling League.
Best of luck to Hugh O’Connor and the rest of the Cork minor team next Wednesday, the 11th August, in the Munster football final against Limerick. The Cork team qualified for the final, having defeated Kerry in the semi final, where Hugh contributed four points to his side’s total.
The footballers of Newmarket and Castlehaven headed for Macroom on Sunday afternoon, the 1st of August, to contest the final of the Cork Credit Unions League 2 competition.