A late Eddie Allen Point sees Newmarket retain their JBHC title after extra time, with the scoreboard showing Newmarket 1-21, Meelin 3-14. The game was played September 2nd in Freemount.
A ten point haul from midfielder Donal Hannon helped Newmarket to a 2-13 to 2-11 victory over Kilbrin. The game was played on September 2nd in Tullylease.
Newmarket’s eye for goal was a key factor as they defeated Kanturk in the Duhallow U21A Championship round robin on a scoreline of 0-15 to 4-16. The game was played July 24th in Newmarket.
A 14 point haul from midfielder Donal Hannon helped Newmarket to a 0-21 to 1-11 victory over Dromtarriffe. The game was played July 20th in Lismire.
Newmarket defeat Dromina in the County Hurling League with the scoreboard showing Newmarket 3-21, Dromina 2-13. The game was played July 3rd in Newmarket.
Newmarket began their 2018 JAHC campaign in impressive style with a 6-25 to 0-09 victory over Kanturk. The game was played June 24th in Tullylease.
Newmarket defeated Kilbrin in the Duhallow JAHL Semi Final with the scoreboard showing, Newmarket 1-19 vs. Kilbrin 3-10. The game was played June 8th in Meelin.
Newmarket & Dromtarriffe draw in Duhallow JAHL round 5 with the scoreboard showing Newmarket 2-13 V Dromtarriffe 0-19. The game was played May 18th in Dromtarriffe.
Kilbrin defeat Newmarket Duhallow JAHL round 4 with the scoreboard showing Newmarket 0-18 V Kilbrin 2-13. The game was played May 8th in Kilbrin.
Newmarket continued their winnings ways in the 2018 Duhallow JAHL with a 2-15 to 1-07 win over Castlemagner. The game was played April 29th in Meelin.
Newmarket began their first campaign in the Junior County Hurling League with an impressive style 3-20 to 1-11 win over Blarney. The game was played April 19th in Newmarket.
The Newmarket team and scorers…
Ryan O’Keeffe (2-07), Donal Hannon (0-06, 5f), Niall Collins (0-03), Colin O’Sullivan (1-00), Conor O’Keeffe (0-02), Paul Verling (0-01) and Mike Cottrell (0-01).
|John Scanlon||Robert Stack||Donnacha Fitzpatrick|
|Brendan Stack||Michael Cottrell||Jack Guiney|
|Donal Hannon||Kevin O'Sullivan|
|Tony O'Keeffe||Jacko Flaherty||Niall Collins|
|Conor O'Keeffe||Colin O'Sullivan||Ryan O'Keeffe|
|Subs: Aaron O'Callaghan, Paul Verling, Eddie Allen, Daniel Culloty|
Newmarket began their 2018 Duhallow JAHL with a 3-12 to 2-13 win over Millstreet. The game was played March 26th in Newmarket.
Newmarket captured the Duhallow Junior B Hurling Championship on Sunday last, 10th September, on a scoreline of 0-18 to 1-11 in Freemount against Kilbrin.
Newmarket captured the Duhallow Junior B Hurling Championship on Sunday last, 10th September, on a scoreline of 0-18 to 1-11 in Freemount against Kilbrin. Conditions were tough on the day with swirling winds and showers but the Freemount sod allowed for a good game of hurling in which both teams scored some fine points. It was Newmarket that got off to the perfect start when Shane Congo Murphy rifled over the opening point after five minutes. Jack Murphy followed this with a point of his own before Paul Verling struck two outstanding frees to give Newmarket a four point lead at the quarter mark.
Newmarket progressed to the Duhallow Junior A league final with a comfortable win over Freemount.
Newmarket lost to Kilbrin in the Duhallow Junior A Semi –Final which was played in Lismire.
Newmarket Junior Hurlers began there Duhallow Junior Hurling Championship crusade with a win over neighbours Kanturk. Newmarket had too much class for Kanturk’s second string outfit in what turned out to be a tough physical battle.
Newmarket topped the Duhallow Hurling League with a convincing win league rivals Banteer played in Banteer.
A strong Newmarket finish was enough to finish off Tullylease in round 6 of the Duhallow hurling league at Priory Park.