Newmarket began their 2018 Duhallow JAHL with a 3-12 to 2-13 win over Millstreet. The game was played March 26th in Newmarket.
Newmarket Junior A hurlers began their 2016 Hurling season with an enterprising win over Millstreet in the Duhallow Hurling League.
Robert Emmet’s began their defence of the Duhallow U-21 Championship with a win against a brave Millstreet played in heavy underfoot conditions in Newmarket.
Emmetts u21 hurlers advance to Championship semi final after recording a comprehensive victory over Millstreet in ideal conditions at Millstreet on Monday night.
Robert Emmetts u21 Footballers advance to their first Duhallow Final at this grade after they defeated Millstreet last Saturday on a scoreline of 3-18 to 2-5.
A last gasp extra time goal from Donal Hannon enabled Newmarket to clinch an enthralling, epic Kanturk Co-Op Mart Duhallow Junior Hurling Championship clash with Millstreet by 3-22 to 2-23 after eighty action packed minutes at picturesque Banteer on Friday night.
Newmarket completed their junior hurling league programme with a share of the spoils after a draw of 1-14 apiece with Millstreet in dreary wet conditions on a dark night in Newmarket. Already assured of qualification for the semi finals, the result ensured Newmarket finished second in the league table on thirteen points from eight games.
Robert Emmets withstood a late Millstreet rally to hold out for a slender single point win by 0-13 to 1-9, in the second round of the Duhallow under 21 hurling championship, played at Kanturk on Monday evening.
Two second half Millstreet goals proved critical as they defeated Newmarket in an entertaining Singleton Cup Final at sunny Castlemagner on Sunday afternoon by 2-12 to 0-15.
Robert Emmets under 21 hurling team showed strong character and resolve to earn a narrow victory over Millstreet and qualify for a historic Duhallow Final, following a 0-12 to 2-4 semi final win at Millstreet on Monday night.
Despite a nightmare opening fifteen minutes, Newmarket showed commendable spirit in defeat against Millstreet by 2-13 to 0-12 in the first round of the Kanturk Credit Union Duhallow Junior Football Championship played on a remarkably perfect playing surface in Ballydesmond on Saturday night.
Newmarket failed to recover from a productive Millstreet scoring return in the opening quarter, as the home side held sway to claim the Ducon Cup points at stake on Friday evening by 0-11 to 0-7.
Millstreet overturned a half time deficit as two second half goals denied Newmarket by 2-11 to 0-13 in the junior hurling league tie played at Millstreet on Wednesday evening.
Newmarket played Millstreet in their most recent outing in the Ducon Cup at Dromtariffe on Saturday where they ended up defeated by 3-10 to 3-4 on a sun drenched afternoon.
A youthful and depleted Newmarket team exited the Duhallow under 21 hurling championship when they endured a 3-13 to 1-8 defeat away to Millstreet on Saturday evening.
A pointed free from the unerring John Lane with the final puck of the game earned Newmarket a draw in their junior hurling league game against Millstreet, played in Newmarket on Tuesday evening, the game ending 0-17 to 1-14.
Newmarket’s minor footballers endured their first league defeat in their third outing when they were at the end of a heavy defeat against an outstanding Millstreet side by 5-7 to 0-9 at Millstreet on Monday evening.
Newmarket played host to Millstreet in the junior B hurling league on Monday evening and it was the visitors that claimed the points at the end of the hour, emerging the right side of a 2-9 to 2-4 final scoreline.
Newmarket’s junior hurlers bridged a gap of twenty seven years without silverware by claiming the Singleton Cup in style, against Millstreet in the final played at the latters venue on Saturday evening, eventually running out victors by 0-21 to 1-8.