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Underage Match Reports
Newcestown under 16 hurlers got off to a good start in the Rebel Óg West under 16 B hurling championship by beating St Patrick's in Enniskeane on Thursday 16 July 2015.
Newcestown started well and had a few points on the board despite the wind and wet conditions.
The game changed in the space of a few minutes with two goals from Sean Galvin. The first one came after he gained possession in the corner and ran towards goal, to avoid being hooked he blasted the ball with his left foot to the far corner of the goal. His second was similar although finished with the stick. Padraig Collins added a third before half time to give Newcestown a lead of 3-7 to 0-1 at half time. Newcestown's dominance continued in the second half with Daire McAree adding a fourth goal. The final score was Newcestown 4-14 St Patrick's 1-3.
This victory was not easily come easily, the work rate of the whole team from start to finish was exemplary.
Sam Maguires won the Rebel Óg West under 14A football championship final in Enniskeane on Saturday June 20.
They beat Newcestown by three points in a competitive fast-paced game.
Newcestown had the aid of the wind in the first half.
Sam Maguires opened the scoring with a point from Alan Crowley in the first minute.
In the second minute David Buckley ran from midfield with the ball and scored a goal from 20m in to the top right corner.
At this stage in the game Newcestown were on top and Daire McAree got their second goal in the fifth minute.
Alan Crowley got Sam Maguires' first goal after fifteen minutes.
Newcestown's goal keeper, Brian Murphy stopped a good shot from Alan Crowley in the nineteenth minute.
Sam Maguires's goal keeper, Stephen Daly made two fine saves just before half time, the first from Adam Giles at close range and the second from a shot by Edmund Kenneally. However Kenneally's persistence paid off and he scored a subsequent goal chance.
The half time score was Newcestown 3-7, Sam Maguires 1-3.
Sam Maguires started the second half with a renewed sense of purpose.
As he did in the first half, Alan Crowley pointed early from play.
Their midfield pair of Kevin Coughlan and Jean-Luc Debarbouille ran at the Newcestown defence.
Within five minutes of the restart Coughlan scored two goals from play.
In the Newcestown goal Brian Murphy made another good save from a shot by Coughlan.
In the other goal, Stephen Daly made a good save from a shot by Daire McAree.
Coughlan's third goal was scored from a penalty after Jack Forbes was fouled.
Two minutes later Jack Forbes' long ball was punched to the net by Coughlan.
Newcestown did not give up, with twelve minutes to go Seamus O'Sullivan scored from the penalty spot.
With a minute to go Sam Maguires were three points ahead.
Newcestown were awarded their second penalty but the ball was driven wide.
Sam Maguires got a chance to widen the gap to four points from a free but did not score.
The final score was Sam Maguires 6-6, Newcestown 4-9
 Brian Murphy
 James Ryan  Tadhg Galvin  Ciarn Durkin
 Colm O'Donovan (0-1)  Eoghan Collins  Darragh Buttimer
 David Buckley (1-2)  Seamus O'Sullivan (1-1, 1xPen)
 Adam Giles  Daire McAree (1-1)  Olan Walsh (0-1)
 Cathal Wilson (0-3, 3xf)  Edmund Kenneally (1-0)  Rory Murphy
Subs: (17) Darragh O'Riordan (18) Olan Corcoran (19) Tom Flanagan (20) Carlos O'Mahony (21) Darragh Collins (22) Ross Power
 Stephen Daly
 Peter Collins  Jason Daly  Seán Dullea
 Cian Hurley  Darragh Collins  Aaron O'Donovan
 Jean Luc Debarbouille  Kevin Coughlan (4-0, 1xPen)
 Conor O'Connell  Kieran Forbes  Joseph Collins (0-1)
 Jack Forbes  Alan Crowley (2-5)  Luke Kearney
Subs: (16) Daire Hayes (17) Cathal Duggan (18) Colin Farr (19) Conor O'Neill (20) Daniel McCarthy (21) Keith Forbes (22) Seán Murphy (23) Darragh Kelly (24) Michael Collins (25) Jerry Collins
Subs used: Conor O'Neill on for Aaron O'Donovan, Michael Collins on for Aaron O'Donovan, Cathal Duggan on for Joseph Collins.
Newcestown qualified for the final of the Rebel Óg West under 14 A football championship by defeating O'Donovan Rossa in the semi final by 2-16 to 4-8. It was an entertaining fast-paced game and it took extra time to separate the sides. The match was played in Dunmanway on Thursday 11 June at 7:30pm.
Newcestown started well with points from Cathal Wilson, Daire McAree, and David Buckley. In the ninth minute, Newcestown's goal keeper, Brian Murphy, deflected a powerful shot from Luke Connolly (O'Donovan Rossa) over the bar. Half way through the first half Newcestown led by 5 points to 1. With 16 minutes on the clock, Olan Crowley brought O'Donovan Rossa back in to the game with a goal. His team mate Isaac Harte added another goal just before half time. Newcestown led by 0-9 to 2-2 at half time.
Eight minutes in to the second half Fin O'Donovan (O'Donovan Rossa) did the unexpected by driving a 20m free low to the left corner of the net. Shortly after, a quick free taken by Newcestown's Seamus O'Sullivan found Daire McAree who goaled from close range. After that both sides added points to give a full time score of Newcestown 1-12, O'Donovan Rossa 3-6.
Extra time first half
The Skibbereen lads started the opening period of extra time with renewed vigour and gained the upper hand with a goal from Jamie Hourihane and a point from Isaac Harte. Daire McAree and Eoghan Collins scored points from play for Newcestown. The score at half time in extra time was Newcestown 1-14, O'Donovan Rossa 4-7
Extra time second half
Newcestown regained control early in the second period of extra time with a goal from a free taken by David Buckley, his shot dipped under the cross bar. With five minutes remaining, O'Donovan Rossa added a point from a free by Fin O'Donovan to level the score. Olan Walsh and Daire McAree scored a point each from play in the last minute to ensure victory for the team in red and yellow. The final score was Newcestown 2-16, O'Donovan Rossa 4-8.
Newcestown: Brian Murphy, James Ryan, Tadhg Galvin, Ciarn Durkin, Colm O'Donovan (0-1), Eoghan Collins (0-1), Darragh Buttimer , David Buckley (1-4, 1-0 frees), Seamus O'Sullivan, Olan Walsh (0-2), Daire Mc Aree (1-6, 0-4 frees), Adam Giles, Cathal Wilson (0-2, frees), Edmund Kenneally, Rory Murphy, Tom Flanagan, Darragh O'Riordan, Olan Corcoran , Carlos O Mahony, Darragh Collins, Ross Power.
O'Donovan Rossa: Jamie Shanahan, Patrick O'Brien, Euan O'Donovan, Oisin Lucey, Michael Veale, Olan Crowley (1-0), Kyle O'Donovan, Fin O'Donovan (1-3, all from frees), Cormac Ryan, Luke Connolly (0-2), Adam O'Regan, Jamie Hourihane (0-1), Szymon Ziob, Isaac Harte (2-1), Iarlaith Hurley, Georgie Taylor (0-1), Jack O'Brien, James O'Neill, Luke O'Connell, Asa Curran, Eoin Murphy, Joseph Whooley.
As it happened..
Newcestown u-14 footballers took on Ibane Geals in Bandon on Tuesday 2nd June at 7.30pm. Ibane got off to a fantastic start outscoring our lads 2-1 to no score in the opening period. Slowly but surely the Newcestown lads got back into the match with some fabulous score and led 3-7 to 2-4 at the break.
The second half continued where the first left off with scores a plenty. Newcestown were leading comfortably but a couple of late goals for Ibane Geals made for a tight finish. The final score in favour of Newcestown was 6-11 to 6-07.
Newcestown progress to meet O'Donovan Rossa in the semi final, date and venue to be confirmed.
Team: Brain Murphy, James Ryan, Tadhg Galvin, Ciaran Durkin, Colm O'Donovan, Eoghan Collins 0-2, Darragh Buttimer , David Buckley 0-2, Seamus O'Sullivan 1-1, Olan Walsh 0-1, Daire Mc Aree 2-4, Adam Giles, Cathal Wilson 0-1, Edmond Kenneally 2-0, Rory Murphy 1-0, Tom Flanagan, Darragh Riordan, Olan Corcoran , Carlos O Mahony, Darragh Collins, Ross Power
Newcestown travelled to Ballyanly to meet Blarney in the Rebel Óg Premier 2 hurling championship on Sunday 17 May at 7:15pm.
Blarney started well and were on top all over the field. At half time they were ahead by 0-9 to 0-0. The trend continued in the second half. Eoghan Collins contributed 0-3 (0-2 frees) in the second half. The finial score was Blarney 1-16, Newcestown 0-3.
Team: Cathal Wilson, James Ryan, Tadgh Galvin, Ciarn Durkin, Carlos O'Mahony, Eoghan Collins, Darragh Buttimer, David Buckley, Colm O'Donovan, Daire McAree, Edmund Kenneally, Seamus O'Sullivan, Olan Walsh, Brian Murphy, Darragh O'Riordan.
Subs: Olan Corcoran, Darragh Collins, Ross Power, Rory Murphy, Adam Giles (came on for Darragh O'Riordan), Tom Flanagan.
Newcestown under 14 hurlers met Sliabh Rua in the first round of hte Rebel Óg Premier 2 championship on Sunday 10 May at 7pm in Brinny. It was raining heavily before the match, just after the throw in the rain stopped and a strong wind favoured the Newcestown lads in the first half. Seamus O'Sullivan scored a goal just before half time to leave the boys in red and yellow leading by 1-6 to 0-2 at the break. Sliabh Rua had the wind behind them in the second half, however Newcestown kept the score board ticking over. A few close in frees from Sliabh Rua were saved by the combination of the goal keeper Cathal Wilson and the full back line of Tadhg Galvin, James Ryan and Ciarn Durkin. In the closing minute of the game, Seamus O'Sullivan scored his second goal. The full time score was Newcestown 2-10, Sliabh Rua 0-7.
Team: Cathal Wilson, James Ryan, Ciarn Durkin, Darragh Buttimer, Eoghan Collins (0-2f, 0-1 65m), Rory Murphy, Olan Walsh (0-2 frees), Colm O'Donovan, David Buckley (0-2), Seamus O'Sullivan (2-2), Brian Murphy, Daire McAree, Edmund Kenneally (0-1), Darragh O'Riordan.
Subs: Tom Flanagan, Carlos O'Mahony, Olan Corcoran, Ross Power, Darragh Collins, Adam iles.
Subs Used: Adam Giles for Darragh O'Riordan, Carlos O'Mahony for Brian Murphy.
Newcestown hosted O'Donovan Rossa in the under 14A football league in Newcestown on Wednesday 1 April 2015. The visitors got off to a good start with two early points. Then Newcestown took control and lead at half time by 3-5 to 0-2. The same pattern emerged in the second half. The final score was Newcestown 4-10 O'Donovan Rossa 0-6. Daire McAree scored three of the four goals for Newcestown.
Newcestown travelled to Coachford to play in the under 14 Football Féile on Saturday 14 March 2014. The conditions were ideal for football, cool dry and sunny.
The opponents in the first match were Bishopstown. Newcestown led by 0-2 to 0-0 at half time. Bishopstown came back in to the game in the second half and won in the end by 3-1 to 0-2.
Carbery Rangers were next, the Rosscarbery boys took their scores well and won by 2-8 to 0-2.
The third game was against Ibane Gaels. At half time the scores were level, 1-1 each. Newceatown added 1-1 to their tally in the second half while Ibane Gaels added 0-2. The final score was Newcestown 2-2, Iband Gaels 1-3.
The final match was against Aghabullogue. The home side won by 3-6 by to 1-2.
Carbery Rangers came out on top by beating Bishopstown by a point in the last game.
The squad was: Adam Giles, James Ryan, Olan Walsh, Colm O'Donovan, Carlos O'Mahony, Tadhg Galvin, Darragh O'Riordan, Eoghan Collins, Olan Corcoran, Rory Murphy, Ross Power, Cathal Wilson, Ciarn Durkin, Edmund Kenneally, Darragh Collins, Darragh Buttimer, Daire McAree, Seamus O'Sullivan, Brian Murphy.
Newcestown travelled to Bandon to play the home side in the Rebel Óg West B football league on Friday 13 March 2015 at 8pm. It was a cold dry night with no wind. The crowd gathered in the viewing area at the side of the upper pitch were well entertained by a competitive game played under lights.
Newcestown had the edge on the first half and went in at half time leading Bandon by 1-7 to 1-4.
Newcestown maintained their lead for most of the the second half, however the home side finished strongly and went ahead in the last minute of the game with a well taken goal. The full time score was Newcestown 2-10 Bandon 2-12.
Sequence of events:
Newcestown starting team: Shane Collins, Gerard Collins (1-2), Sean O'Donovan, Timmy O'Sullivan, Brendan O'Mahony (1-0), Eugene Courtney (0-2), Colm Dinneen (0-3 frees), Darragh Kiely James Kelleher (0-1), Peter O'Riordan, Shane Scanlon, Padraig Collins, Gearóid O'Donovan (0-2), Mark Shorten, Sean Coughlan.
Subs Used : Dan McAree for Shane Scanlon, Daniel Desmond for Darragh Kiely, Shane Collins for Colm Dinneen (injury).
Referee David White (St Mary's)
Newcestown travelled to Barryroe to play Ibane Gaels in what was for both sides their first game. The game started at 19:30 and was played under lights.
The home side started well and had the Newcestown defence under pressure in the opening 10 minutes.
The visitors weathered the storm with good displays by David Buckley and Colm O'Donovan at mid field and Eoghan Collins at centre back. The lively forwards (in particular Edmund Kenneally, Seamus O'Suillivan and Daire McAree) converted a lot of their chances and Newcestown were ahead by 8 points at half time.
The half time score was Newcestown 2-8 Ibane Gaels 1-3.
The second half saw Newcestown taking up where they had left off, with some fine displays both in attack and defence. The full back line of Tadhg Galvin, Ciarn Durkin and James Ryan had a solid game. Pressure was put on the Ibane players all over the field which limited their scoring opportunities. Tom Flanagan made his mark when he came on in the second half and scored a fine point.
The full time score was Newcestown 4-14 Ibane Gaels 2-5.
Starting team: Tadhg Galvin, Eoghan Collins (0-1), Daire McAree (1-4), Olan Walsh (0-1), David Buckley (0-1), Darragh O'Riordan, Darragh Buttimer, Brian Murphy, Seamus O'Sullivan (1-1), Ciarn Durkin, Edmund Kenneally (1-2), Cathal Wilson (0-2), Adam Giles, James Ryan, Colm O'Donovan (1-1).
Subs: Olan Corcoran, Tom Flanagan, Darragh Collins, Ross Power, Rory Murphy, Carlos O'Mahony
Subs used: Olan Corcoran for David Buckley, Carlos O'Mahony for James Ryan, Darragh Collins for Darragh O'Riordan, Ross Power for Cathal Wilson, Tom Flanagan (0-1) for Adam Giles.
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