Newmarket claimed the first piece of silverware of 2017 with victory over Ballingeary in the Tom Creedon Cup played in Macroom.
Newmarket are through to the Tom Creedon cup final, following a 2-12/0-11 victory over St Michaels in a game which was played in testing conditions in Blackrock.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers recorded a nail biting victory over Mallow last Sunday to advance to the final of the Tom Creedon Cup.
Newmarket progressed to the semi- final of the Tom Creedon cup with a win against Nemo Rangers.
Newmarket continued their bright start to 2016 with hard fought victory over Kildorrery in the second round of the Tom Creedon Cup.
Newmarket Premier Intermediate Footballers got there 2016 campaign under way with strong win over neighbours Rockchapel in the first round of the Tom Creedon Cup.
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.
A supreme opportunist goal by Donal Hannon late in the game, capped a superb Newmarket comeback in which they overturned an eight point half time deficit to clinch victory over Valley Rovers by 2-7 to 1-9 at Brinny on Sunday afternoon.
Newmarket’s footballers began the playing season with a trip to Cloyne in the Tom Creedon Cup and returned home with a clear cut victory by 3-9 to 0-8.