Newmarket side which showed two debutants, Darragh Lynn and Ben Newman, were defeated in the Duhallow U21A Championship round 1 Knocknagee 4-11 V Newmarket 0-10. The game was played February 23rd in Knocknagree.
Robert Emmet’s progressed to a second consecutive Duhallow final with an Impressive win over Knocknagree.
Newmarket began their junior b league campaign with with a defeat to Knocknagree by 1-13 to 1-10 at a wet and windy Knocknagree on Wednesday Evening.
Robert Emmetts through to their second successive semi final after a thrilling contest with Knocknagree.
Newmarket’s minor footballers withstood a late barrage of Knocknagree pressure to hold out for a 2-14 to 2-11 league victory at Knocknagree on Thursday evening. It was a win fashioned out of a terrific second half performance as Newmarket turned around a half time deficit of six points in a resounding manner.
An instant goal and a deluge of well taken wind assisted first half points proved instrumental as home side Knocknagree resisted a valiant Newmarket comeback in a Ducon Cup contest played on Friday evening. Knocknagree came out in top of the proverbial game of two halves by 1-12 to 1-6.
Newmarket kicked off their U21 A Football Championship defence with a winning start over Boherbue in a cold Knocknagree on Friday night last.
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.
Newmarket played Knocknagree on a wet and misty Friday night, 10th July 2009, in Knocknagree.
Newmarket ‘s under 21 football team recorded their third successive Duhallow championship victory, and ninth in the club’s history when defeating Knocknagree in the final at Dromtariffe on Saturday evening.
The Newmarket under 21 footballers head into the weekend looking for the three in a row to equal their achievement at minor grade in 2006. Having overcome Boherbue and Kanturk in the 2007 and 2008 under 21 deciders, Knocknagree now face the champions.
Although the titleholders got the better of their opponents earlier in the year, with the last two finals going to replays, an entertaining contest is guaranteed.
The match is set for 7:00pm this Saturday, the 25th of April, in Dromtariffe. All support welcome.
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Defending champions Newmarket began the defence of their Duhallow under 21 football championship with a fine victory away to Knocknagree on Sunday, a game in which they finished victorious by 1-11 to 0-6, on a fine afternoon for football.
Newmarket advanced to the semi final of the minor B football championship following an opening round home victory over Knocknagree by 1-15 to 0-7 on Monday evening.
Newmarket were defeated by Knocknagree, despite a very creditable performance in the first round of the Duhallow junior football championship by 1-12 to 0-8 at Boherbue on Tuesday evening.
Newmarket’s under 21 footballers overcame a strong challenge from Knocknagree to claim a one point win, 0-9 to 1-5 in a very blustery, floodlit Knocknagree on Friday night.
Below are the video highlights of this year’s Duhallow Nevin Cup Final between Newmarket and Knocknagree. Thanks to Victor Lane for providing the DVD of the match.
The winning team will be presented with their medals at the Annual Social tonight at the Hiland. Tickets still available locally.
You can find this and other videos at the Newmarket GAA section on YouTube at www.youtube.com/NewmarketGAA.
Newmarket rounded off the playing season on the highest possible note, when they captured the Nevin Cup for the second time in four years and also the second time in the clubs history, with a dramatic, exciting victory over Knocknagree by 1-10 to 2-6 at the latters splendid` floodlit venue on Friday evening last.
Kevin O’Connor scored a magnificent free from long range and a difficult angle with the last kick of the game to claim a fine victory on a bitterly cold night.
Newmarket Junior footballers are contesting the Nevin Cup Final tonight, November 23rd 2007, at 8:00pm, under lights. The game is being played in Knocknagree, against the home team.
Newmarket’s under 21 footballers qualified for their second successive Duhallow final after they defeated Knocknagree by 0-16 to 1-9, in a high quality contest played at Cullen on Saturday evening, that kept supporters enthralled throughout.