Juvenille Football News
After suffering the narrow defeat to Kanturk two weeks ago the Newmarket U16 boys re-grouped to face Knocknagree, in Knocknagree, on a showery wet evening last Thursday (Sept 3rd) in the first round of the back door group in this years championship.
The Newmarket U16 footballers’ unbeaten run was ended on Friday night (14th August) in an enthralling and thrilling contest in the first round of the U16 football championship in Kanturk against Kanturk. From the start the atmosphere on the pitch was both nervous and intense, both teams finding it hard to settle, Newmarket had the advantage of the breeze in the first half but found it hard to capitalise on this advantage.
Newmarket played Knocknagree on a wet and misty Friday night, 10th July 2009, in Knocknagree.
Friday night, 26th June, saw the resumption of the U16 football league with Newmarket taking on Dromtariffe at Newmarket on a fine summers evening.
The Newmarket U16 footballers played their last league game before the exam break on Monday 6th April against the much fancied Millstreet team.
The Newmarket under 16 footballers recorded a big win away to Croke Rovers yesterday evening. After last weeks excellent result against Boherbue, the Newmarket boys lined out against Croke Rovers in Castlemagner on a perfect evening for football.
Tuesday Evening, March 24th saw the new season open for the Newmarket U16 football team.
The game got off to a lively start with the Boherbue full forward Denis McCarthy scoring 3 points in quick succession. This was answered in turn by a goal from Ian Flanagan of Newmarket. After this blistering start the game continued as a well contested affair with scores from both teams. Newmarket giving away a lot of frees in front of goals assisting the Boherbue effort, an Alan Forde goal before half time made sure that the Newmarket team finished the first half ahead by 3 points 2-5 to 0-8. (more…)
After the heroics of Tuesday night the Newmarket boys now had to face Millstreet on a cold Friday evening in Millstreet under lights. Match started evenly enough with Newmarket going ahead first from an Ian Flanagan Point. It was pretty much even after that in the first half with Millstreet finishing perhaps the stronger side at half time. Millstreet hitting the post and had the ball cleared off the line by Brendan stack in a few shaky moments for the Newmarket team. Scores at half time were even thanks the the help of an Alan Forde goal. (more…)
On a showery looking evening. Match got off to an even enough start with Knocknagree scoring the first point inside of five minutes, Newmarket replied with an Ian Flanagan goal. However that would be probably the only highlight of the first half for Newmarket, as any other chances of scores fell short and easy pickings for the Knocknagree defence to clear. Knocknagree proceeded to score some very impressive scores in a first half total of 11 points, half time 1-0 to 0-11.