The Newmarket hurlers bowed out of the Duhallow junior A hurling championship on Saturday afternoon in controversial fashion.
A busy few days saw the Newmarket hurlers regain the Duhallow Junior A league title, last won by the club in 2018.
A late second half goal sealed the victory for Dromtarriffe, in the latest round of the Duhallow Junior A league.
The Newmarket and Dromtarriffe hurlers travelled to Meelin on Wednesday night, the 21st of July, to contest the semi final of the inaugural Hannon’s Mace Duhallow Hurling Cup.
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 & 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.
Newmarket goal scoring ability proved to be the key factor in a win over Dromtariffe in the Junior Hurling league.
Newmarket’s junior hurlers got their league campaign off to an ideal start with a big home victory over Dromtariffe by 4-16 to 0-12 at Newmarket on Sunday afternoon. A three goal salvo in a four minute second half spell decisive to paving the way for victory.
Newmarket recorded an impressive victory over Dromtariffe by 4-15 to 3-7 in a high scoring junior B football championship game played at Boherbue on Monday evening.
A strong second half showing enabled Robert Emmets to overturn a half time deficit of two points to run out victors by 0-14 to 1-6 against Dromtariffe at a chilly Tullylease on Saturday evening . A tally of nine points, some of sublime quality from full forward Daniel Culloty proved central to the outcome.
Despite a much improved second half performance, Newmarket went down to a second successive heavy defeat in the Ducon Cup, this time away to Dromtariffe by 2-15 to 0-6 on a bright but cool Saturday afternoon.
An amazing ten minute spell towards the end of the game, that yielded a goal and seven points enabled Newmarket to overturn a three point deficit and claim the North Cork Minor A Hurling League with a final victory over Dromtariffe by 1-17 to 1-11 at Castlemagner on Sunday morning.
Newmarket, in their second outing in four days, collected their first victory of the junior B hurling league as they held off a late Dromtariffe rally to win by 2-10 to 1-10 at Dromtariffe on Thursday evening.
Newmarket’s minor hurlers recorded a fine home league victory over Dromtariffe by 2-14 to 1-9 on Monday evening.
Newmarket rounded off the Ducon Cup campaign with a very impressive home victory over Dromtariffe by 2-9 to 0-6 on a sunny Sunday afternoon, which owed much to a fantastic team effort from one to fifteen.
Newmarket travelled to Dromtariffe on Wednesday evening last to take on the home side in their latest outing in the Ducon Cup and despite suffering an eight point defeat by 0-12 to 0-4, they were left to rue their tally of fifteen wides during the game.
Newmarket advanced to the semi final of the Duhallow Cup after recording a second successive emphatic victory in the competition over Dromtariffe by 5-17 to 2-3 at Boherbue on Saturday evening.
Newmarket were defeated by Dromtariffe in the opening round of the junior B football championship by 0-12 to 1-6 at the latter’s venue on Saturday evening last.