Newmarket travelled to Kilbrin on Friday night last, aiming to increase their chances of qualifying for the league knockout stages.
The Newmarket Junior B Hurlers took on Kilbrin in Round 1 of the championship on Saturday evening, the 18th September.
In a repeat fixture of the 2019 Duhallow final, Newmarket and Kilbrin squared off in Tullylease on Saturday afternoon, the 14th of August, this time in round 1 of the competition.
On Tuesday, the 13th of July last, Newmarket were on the road to take on Kilbrin in round 2 of the Duhallow Junior B hurling league.
The Newmarket Junior A hurlers played Kilbrin on the 22nd of June in Kilbrin, the home side were victorious on a scoreline of 0-10 to 2-11.
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 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.
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 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 lost to Kilbrin in the Duhallow Junior A Semi –Final which was played in Lismire.
Newmarket registered an impressive win over Kilbrin in the Junior Hurling League played in Kilbrin last Sunday.
Newmarket succumbed to reigning, three in a row Duhallow hurling champions Kilbrin by 1-20 to 2-10 in the Kanturk Co-Op Mart Duhallow Junior Hurling Championship quarter final played in perfect sunny conditions before a large attendance at Banteer on Saturday evening.
Newmarket’s junior hurlers made it three wins from three outings following a fine victory away to Kilbrin on a sunny Sunday afternoon by 3-14 to 2-7.
Kilbrin defeated Newmarket by 2-11 to 0-10 in the junior B hurling championship game played on a dreary and damp Saturday evening in Lismire.
A strong second half showing enabled Kilbrin to claim victory over Newmarket by 0-19 to 1-11 in a junior hurling league clash played at Newmarket on Friday night.
Newmarket’s exciting junior hurling championship campaign came to a disappointing conclusion at Tullylease on Saturday evening, when a fine Kilbrin side stormed into the Duhallow final by 3-15 to 0-6, as a blitzing second half display put paid to Newmarket’s dreams of a long awaited showpiece appearance.
Newmarket were defeated by Kilbrin in their latest outing in the junior hurling league at sunny Kilbrin on Sunday afternoon, the home side claiming a scrappy encounter in comfortable fashion by 3-11 to 1-5.
Newmarket were defeated by an impressive Kilbrin side in the junior B hurling league playoff game played at Kilbrin on Sunday evening where the home side emerged with a 2-16 to 1-7 victory.