The Newmarket junior A footballers travelled to Kiskeam on Wednesday night, to take on the home side, in their second match of the league.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers got revenge over Kiskeam in the Division 2 Football League which was played on a splendid afternoon in Kiskeam. This was a repeat of last year’s first round championship in which Kiskeam won by a solitary point.
Newmarket travelled to Mallow on Sunday last to take on near neighbours Kiskeam in their first outing of the year in the first round of the Tom Creedon Cup where they were defeated on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-9.
The sun shone brilliantly on our intermediate footballers at an overcast Boherbue on Sunday last when the Kiskeam challenge was well and truly overwhelmed on a 2-13 to 0-8 scoreline.
With Newmarket playing Kiskeam in round one of this years County Premier Intermediate Football Championship, these are the results of previous clashes of these Duhallow giants.
Newmarket qualified for the Duhallow Cup Final after an excellent second half display enabled them to defeat Kiskeam by 1-12 to 2-6 at floodlit Kiskeam on a chilly Tuesday night.
Newmarket Junior B footballers got off to a good start in the Junior B Football Championship on Friday night last away to Kiskeam. In wet and slippy conditions Newmarket emerged winners on a score line of 0-11 to 0-2 to progress to a quarter final against near neighbours Glenlara.
Newmarket were defeated by Kiskeam in round two of the Evening Echo Premier Intermediate Football Championship encounter at Ballydesmond on Sunday afternoon, two second half goals pivotal to a 2-9 to 0-12 scoreline, in what was an entertaining game of football.
Newmarket claimed their first victory in their third outing of the Ducon Cup with a hard earned victory over Kiskeam by 1-9 to 1-7 in a tight contest played in greasy conditions at Newmarket on Wednesday evening.
Newmarket’s intermediate footballers concluded their season with a defeat in their first appearance in a Duhallow Cup final as they lost out to Kiskeam by 2-6 to 1-5 at a foggy Ballydesmond on Saturday afternoon.
Newmarket’s minor football team played out an entertaining draw against Kiskeam, in a league game played at the latter’s venue on Monday evening, the sides finishing tied on 2-9 apiece.
Newmarket must now play Clyda Rovers in the second round of the Evening Echo Premier Intermediate football championship, following their narrow defeat to near neighbours Kiskeam by 1-9 to 0-11, in a closely contested first round game played in perfect conditions at Kanturk on Sunday.
The Newmarket Juniors lost in their third game of the Ducon Cup Group 2 away to Kiskeam on a score line of 4-8 to 1-12.
Newmarket’s intermediate footballers recorded a fine victory when they defeated near neighbours Kiskeam by 1-13 to 1-10 in the first round of the Evening Echo Premier Intermediate Football Championship played before a large attendance on a fine Spring day in Kanturk last Sunday.
Newmarket recorded a victory over Kiskeam by 1-15 to 1-9 in their opening game of this years Nevin Cup played in splendid sunshine at Kiskeam on Sunday.
Newmarket maintained their fine run of form by recording their third successive win in the Ducon Cup, when they defeated Kiskeam by 1-15 to 2-8 at the latters venue on Tuesday evening.
Newmarket and Kiskeam played out an entertaining draw in the premier intermediate league game played at Newmarket last Thursday evening, the sides ending tied a 1-12 apiece.
Newmarket recorded their first victory in this seasons Ducon Cup at the fourth attempt, when they impressively defeated Kiskeam by 1-14 to 1-6 at Newmarket last Tuesday evening.
Newmarkets under 21 footballers were narrowly defeated by defending champions Kiskeam in a thrilling Duhallow final by 1-10 to 1-8, played before a large attendance at Dromtariffe on Saturday evening.
Original Report: The Corkman, Friday, August 14th, 1998.
By John Joe Brosnan.
Culloty inspires Newmarket to victory.
Strong finish ends Kiskeam’s reign as Duhallow junior football champions.
NEWMARKET qualified for the semi-final of the Duhallow junior football championship when a strong finish took them to victory over reigning champions Kiskeam in a hard-fought game played before a big attendance at Kanturk on Sunday.
Kiskeam led by a point with a quarter of an hour to go, but from then on Newmarket were the dominant side, shooting seven points to Kiskeam’s two to win by a four-point margin.