Newmarket began their 2018 league campaign with a 2-13 to 1-09 win over Aghabullogue, on Sunday, February 4th, in Coachford.
Newmarket progressed to the Tom Creedon Cup semi Final, after a 2-16 to 2-07 win over Nemo Rangers at Trabeg, on Saturday, the 27th of January.
Newmarket claimed the first piece of silverware of 2017 with victory over Ballingeary in the Tom Creedon Cup played in Macroom.
Newmarket are through to the Tom Creedon cup final, following a 2-12/0-11 victory over St Michaels in a game which was played in testing conditions in Blackrock.
Newmarket were crowned Duhallow Junior B champions last Sunday evening in Castlemagner after a hard fought win over St Johns.
Newmarket footballers exited the Premier Intermediate Football Championship after a titanic battle against Bantry Blues.
Newmarket were beaten comprehensively by Ballingeary in the First Round of the Premier Intermediate Championship played in Macroom last Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers recorded a nail biting victory over Mallow last Sunday to advance to the final of the Tom Creedon Cup.
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 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.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers hosted Macroom in the first game at Priory Park in 2016 in a Division 2 league game.
Newmarket premier intermediate footballers got back to winning ways with a win over Bantry Blues in Division 2 Football League.
Robert Emmet’s began their defence of the Duhallow U-21 Championship with a win against a brave Millstreet played in heavy underfoot conditions in Newmarket.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers fell to their first defeat of the season against a very strong Eire Óg side.
Newmarket started their 2016 Division 2 league campaign with a trip to newly crowned county intermediate champions Fermoy. Down several key players through injury, Newmarket were boosted by the return of Bart Daly who was on reprieve from Cork Senior Football duties.
Newmarket continued their bright start to 2016 with hard fought victory over Kildorrery in the second round of the Tom Creedon Cup.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers got there 2016 campaign under way with strong win over neighbours Rockchapel in the first round of the Tom Creedon Cup.