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.
Newmarket suffered a crushing defeat in exiting the EPS Bison Duhallow hurling championship at the hands of Kilbrin by 1-29 to 1-11 at Tullylease on Tuesday evening.
Newmarket’s hurlers had their first outing of the season on Sunday afternoon and despite a home league defeat to Kilbrin by 2-17 to 0-14 they contributed to an entertaining and well contested tie.
Newmarket were defeated by Kilbrin in the first round of the Duhallow under 21 football championship, an entertaining contest ending 2-9 to 0-11 in freezing conditions under a floodlit Millstreet pitch on Sunday night.
Despite a very encouraging display, Newmarket’s junior hurlers were narrowly defeated by Kilbrin in the league by 2-16 to 2-12 at Kilbrin on Tuesday evening.
A goal from a free with the final puck of the match denied Newmarket victory in their second junior B hurling league game against Kilbrin played at Newmarket on Wednesday evening, the contest ending 1-15 apiece.
Newmarket were denied agonisingly at the death of their hurling league contest at home to Kilbrin on Friday evening, falling just short by a solitary point, 3-10 to 1-15.
Newmarket’s junior hurlers recorded a really notable victory when they disposed of defending champions Kilbrin in the EPS Bison Duhallow hurling championship by 0-17 to 0-16 after a very entertaining contest at Tullylease on Friday evening, with the sides level on no less than nine occasions during the hour.
Newmarket were defeated by Kilbrin in an entertaining junior hurling league game played in splendid sunshine at Newmarket on Tuesday evening by 3-19 to 3-13.
Newmarket competed their first junior B hurling game in over a decade when they travelled to Kilbrin on Sunday and emerged with a fine win from an entertaining contest, 2-12 to 0-14 in perfect conditions on a warm day.