Robert Emmets continued their winning ways with victory over Croke Rovers on Saturday evening in Banteer.
Robert Emmets had too much fire power for Sliabh Luachra Gaels on Saturday afternoon, in the opening round of the Duhallow 21 football championship.
The under 21 hurlers capped off a memorable week for the club by defeating St. Marks in the Duhallow B final on Saturday last.
The Newmarket footballers bowed out of the Senior A championship on Saturday afternoon at Cork GAA’s headquarters, after a tight contest against Newcestown.
Newmarket’s senior footballers return to Páirc Uí Chaoimh this Saturday after a gap of two years, to take on Newcestown in the penultimate stage of this year’s championship.
After a dramatic set of Senior A football championship quarter finals over the weekend, Newmarket’s semi opposition is now known.
In what was their second outing in the Duhallow Junior A Football championship, Newmarket feel short against Lyre after a promising first half in Kanturk on Sunday last.
The Junior A footballers of Newmarket were second best in their opening encounter of the Duhallow Junior A football championship.
The all-Duhallow clash of Newmarket and Kiskeam on Saturday night in Kanturk drew a big crowd for what was the first round of the Bon Secours Senior A football championship.
Wednesday night’s Ducon Cup final produced a high quality encounter, with extra time needed to separate the sides.
In a precursor to the upcoming Senior A championship tie between Newmarket and Kiskeam, the side’s Junior A outfits contested the Ducon Cup semi final on Wednesday evening last, the 5th of July.
Just like their Junior A hurling counterparts a week earlier, the Newmarket Senior footballers claimed league honours on a bright evening in Banteer, with victory over Kilshannig on Saturday.
Newmarket’s senior footballers completed the regular season of the league on Sunday morning with an away win against Bandon and now move on to the final against Kilshannig in a few weeks time.
The junior A footballers of Newmarket travelled to Lismire on Thursday last, to take on Kilbrin in the quarter final of the Ducon Cup.
Requiring a win from one of their last two regular season league matches to guarantee promotion, Newmarket’s goal finishing prowess proved too much for the travelling Naomh Abán, on Tuesday night of last week.
Cullen was the location for Newmarket’s Junior A footballers on Thursday night last, where they took on the local side in the Ducon Cup.
The Newmarket senior footballers consolidated second position in the Cork Credit Unions division 4 table with a comfortable win away to Na Piarsaigh on Thursday night last.
Friday night saw the clash of second versus third with the Newmarket senior footballers taking on Uibh Laoire in round 6 of Cork Credit Unions league.