Newmarket’s Junior B hurlers fell to a strong Douglas outfit on Sunday afternoon at Banteer, in the county quarter final.
Harbour Rovers were victorious over Newmarket in the quarter final of the Junior A county championship in a tight contest played in Glantane on Saturday last.
Newmarket’s Junior B hurlers completed an impressive double double for the club on Thursday evening when they defeated Dromtarriffe by four points, to add the Junior B championship to league honours, with the Junior A titles already secured.
Newmarket re-claimed the E. Tarrant and Sons Duhallow Junior A Championship in emphatic fashion on Saturday afternoon, overcoming the holders Dromtarriffe on a scoreline of 4-14 to 2-13, securing the side’s sixteen divisional title.
Newmarket’s junior B hurlers took on Meelin on Monday night at Banteer’s all weather pitch in round three of the championship. The fixture effectively acted as a semi final, with the winners to progress to the decider.
The Newmarket hurlers can look forward to a Duhallow final for the first time since their title in 2019, needing extra time to get by a spirited Kilbrin side.
The hurlers of Newmarket confirmed their Duhallow Junior A semi final spot on Saturday evening, with a convincing display over Castlemagner in Tullylease.
Newmarket’s Junior B hurlers claimed the league title and with it, the Singleton Cup on Tuesday evening, the 22nd of August.
Having lost out to Dromtarriffe by the narrowest of margins in the opening round, Newmarket’s Junior B hurlers bounced back in style on Sunday night in Millstreet, as the defeated the home side in round two of the championship.
The Junior A hurlers of Newmarket got the better of Kanturk’s second team on Sunday morning last, at a windy Meelin.
The Junior B hurlers fell to a narrow defeat at home in Newmarket to Dromtarriffe on Tuesday the 8th of August.
The sides of Newmarket and Dromtarriffe could not be separated after over 75 minutes of hurling on Sunday evening, in the opening round of the E. Tarrant and Sons Duhallow Junior A championship.
With the final of the 2022 championship still to be decided between Newmarket and Kanturk, the 2023 season got underway for Newmarket on Friday night last, as they took on St. Marks in Meelin.
The Junior B hurlers hosted Dromtarriffe on Monday the 26th of June, with the home side having the brighter of the starts.
The Junior hurlers of Newmarket were pushed all the way by Banteer on Thursday last, as they retained their league crown for another year.
The Junior A hurlers got the better of Millstreet on Sunday morning the 11th of June, in their league semi final contest.
The Junior B hurlers of Newmarket proved far too powerful for Millstreet on the evening of 6th of June, with the home side registering an impressive 7-23 to 0-09 win.
Newmarket’s Junior hurlers secured their fifth win on the spin on Sunday afternoon when they defeated Millstreet away, 1-18 to 0-13.
A dominant opening period from hosts Newmarket over Kilbrin in round 4 of the Junior A hurling league helped the home side maintain their perfect start to the campaign.