Table toppers Nemo Rangers travelled to Newmarket on Thursday evening, in penultimate round of the Cork Credit Unions football league.
Macroom took the points on Saturday last, in the latest round of the Cork Credit Unions football county league.
The Junior A footballers finished off their league campaign with a defeat away to Castlemagner on Sunday, the 15th of May.
The Newmarket senior footballers made the long journey to Bandon on Friday night, in the Bon Secours county league.
Newmarket entertained Knocknagree on Tuesday night, the 10th of May, in the Duhallow Junior A football League, with the guests racing into an early lead.
Round five of the Cork Credit Unions football league produced an exciting encounter in Newmarket, with the home side sharing 36 scores with Bantry, on a bright Saturday afternoon.
Local opposition Rockchapel won out on Tuesday night, the 26th April, in what was round four of the Cork Credit Unions county football league.
Newmarket travelled to Banteer on Friday night, in search for their first win in the football junior A league.
The Newmarket junior A footballers travelled to Kiskeam on Wednesday night, to take on the home side, in their second match of the league.
Glanworth came to Newmarket on a bright Sunday morning, in Round 3 of the Cork Credit Unions county football league.
Robert Emmets secured another famous Duhallow Under 21A title, with a hard fought win over Croke Rovers on Saturday evening. With Robert Emmets having overcome Sliabh Luachra Gaels and Croke Rovers having defeated Kanturk at the semi final stage, both teams fancied their chances of victory in the Central Sports Kanturk sponsored competition.
Newmarket lost out to Cullen in their opening game of the Duhallow Junior A football league, played on Sunday the 20th of March.
The Newmarket and Lismire combination qualified for the Duhallow U21 A Football final, after a six point win over Sliabh Luachra Gaels on Saturday last.
Newmarket senior footballers travelled to Dunmanway on the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, to take on Dohenys in Round 2 of the Cork Credit Unions league.
Robert Emmets bounced back from their recent 2-11 to 2-16 defeat at the hands of Kanturk, to overcome BK Plunketts, in the latest round of the Duhallow under 21 football championship.
The Newmarket senior footballers opened their Cork Credit Unions league campaign with a solid win over fellow Duhallow men, Ballydesmond, on a bright and crisp Sunday morning last.
Congratulations to Newmarket man, Paudie Allen, on making his league debut for Cork against Clare, on Saturday last. Paudie came on in the 48th minute of the contest, displaying an assured performance. He replaced Mallow man Shane Merrit, who also put in strong showing. Shane is son of Siobhan O’Connor of High Street, Newmarket and we wish them both the best of success, as they continue their Cork journey.
A long and memorable season for the Newmarket footballers came to a conclusion on Sunday in Mallow, as they bowed out to of the Munster Intermediate Football Championship at the semi final stage. Defeat at the hands of Corofin, ensured the Clare side take on Na Gaeil of Kerry in the New Year, for the provincial title.
The month of December holds a special place in Newmarket hearts. In 1970 it was the thirteenth day of the month, while back in 1998 it was the sixth. This year, the fifth has been added to the glorious days when The Black & Red have won county titles. In securing the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate title last Sunday, the Newmarket footballers bridged the gap to another celebrated occasion, the sixteenth of October 2011, and in doing so, created a legacy of their own. (more…)
The three week wait for the Newmarket Footballers and their supporters is almost over, with the team heading for Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, where they will take on Kanturk for the Bon Secours Premier Intermediate Football crown.