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 Emmett’s season ended in disappointment when they were defeated by Boherbue in the Duhallow U-21 Football final played at Ballydesmond last Tuesday evening.
Robert Emmet’s progressed to a second consecutive Duhallow final with an Impressive win over Knocknagree.
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.
Robert Emmetts bowed out of the u21A County Championship after they were defeated by Aghada on a scoreline of 0-10 to 1-14 in the Quarter Final.
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.
Robert Emmetts are through to their first ever Invitational Cup Final after a 3-06 to 2-05 win over Gneeveguilla played in a very windy Knocknagree.
Robert Emmetts through to their second successive semi final after a thrilling contest with Knocknagree.
Robert Emmets under 21 football team got the playing season off to a great start when they recorded a 3-13 to 1-6 victory over Rathmore, played under floodlights in testing conditions on Saturday evening in Rathmore.
Although ultimately defeated by a very fine Canovee side, Robert Emmets emerged from the County Under 21 B Football Championship Final with immense credit and plaudits, following their contribution to an exhilarating contest played at Páirc Ui Rinn on a balmy Friday evening. At the end of the hour, there was little disputing the worthy county champions but Robert Emmets played their part in a fascinating game which ended 3-12 to 2-11.
Robert Emmets have qualified for the County Under 21 B Football Championship Final following a quite sensational second half comeback, where they turned around a half time deficit of nine points, managed to keep their opponents scoreless in the second half and pull off a two point victory, 1-11 to 1-9 against Kilworth at sunny Buttevant on Wednesday evening.
Robert Emmets held out to edge past Aghada by a point, 3-4 to 0-12 in the County Under 21 B football championship, played at Ballyhooly on Friday night. A hat trick of goals from Daniel Culloty, the latter two converted from the penalty spot, proved the pivotal scores to a hard earned victory, while at the other end, team captain David Quinlan proved a colossus in goals with a series of wonderful saves throughout.
A stirring all round team effort enabled Robert Emmets to claim the Duhallow Under 21 B Football Championship Final, on defeating a well fancied Boherbue side by 2-8 to 0-10 in dreadful conditions at Newmarket on Sunday afternoon.
A strong second half showing enabled Robert Emmets to overturn a half time deficit of two points to run out victors by 0-14 to 1-6 against Dromtariffe at a chilly Tullylease on Saturday evening . A tally of nine points, some of sublime quality from full forward Daniel Culloty proved central to the outcome.
Robert Emmets recorded a big victory over Croke Rovers by 3-15 to 0-6 at Newmarket on Saturday evening to progress to the semi final of the Duhallow under 21 B Football Championship.
The season ended in a most disappointing manner for the Robert Emmets under 21 football team, when they went down to a heavy defeat in the Duhallow under 21 B football championship final by 2-11 to 0-4 against Boherbue at Dromtariffe on Tuesday evening.
A return of one goal and four points in the final ten minutes enabled Kanturk to progress into the semi finals of the Duhallow under 21 football championship by 1-12 to 0-9, after an otherwise tight and evenly contested encounter against Robert Emmets at Millstreet on Friday night.
The recently formed and amalgamated under 21 team Robert Emmets got off to a flying start with a fine championship victory over St. Peters by 2-12 to 0-6 at a sunny Newmarket on Saturday afternoon.
Newmarket bowed out of the Duhallow Under 21 football championship after a disappointing second round defeat away to Boherbue on Saturday afternoon by 1-8 to 1-2.