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Underage end of year party 2017

posted 19 Nov 2017, 12:32 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 19 Nov 2017, 12:32 ]

Thanks to Shane Kingston for presenting the medals

Munster Intermediate Camogie Club Final

posted 18 Nov 2017, 01:32 by Newcestown Camogie PRO

Big day today for our Intermediate Ladies; representing Cork in the Munster Intermediate Club Final against Lismore (Waterford) at 2.30pm in Cork Camogie Grounds, Castle Road, Blackrock, Cork. [Extra time if required]
All support welcome for this momentous occasion!  Looking forward to seeing you all there. 
 


Reunion of the 1967 teams

posted 17 Nov 2017, 16:51 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 18 Nov 2017, 06:34 ]

Photos from tonight's reunion of the teams from 1967


Fr Bernard's homily:


I was appointed to Newcestown in 2012 and unfortunately I missed out on the Jimmy O'Mahony induction seminar, because for the next five years I was under the incorrect impression that the Newcestown flag was red and yellow. Red I could understand — the colour of passion, commitment, courage.... But yellow suggested jaundice to me, or worse, cowardice. It wasn't till I was reading through the club website recently that I realised that the flag is actually red and gold, a far more powerful and symbolic combination. Because red indicates not just blood but the heart — red is the colour of LOVE, kindness, compassion, tolerance. And gold signifies the beautiful, a treasure, something worth holding on to, something divine,


Which brings me to the Gospel that Canon Richard read, the Gospel of the talents, the Gospel you'll hear at Mass next Sunday [Matthew 25:14-30]. The parable speaks of a master summoning his servants and entrusting his property to them. God is the master, we are the servants. The talents we have are his property, not ours. Those talents and skills won you two significant victories in 1967 — and many successes since, no doubt, at work and home and in your lives. Your talents make you unique — but don't forget who gave them to you. Keep on using them and developing them, till you hear God's words at the end of your lives, words you hope your deceased team-mates have already heard:


"Well done, good and faithful servant; you have shown you can be faithful in small things, I will trust you with greater; come and join in your master's happiness."


And bring the RED and GOLD flag of Newcestown with you.....

Newcestown GAA AGM 2017

posted 17 Nov 2017, 02:16 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 17 Nov 2017, 02:16 ]

The 59th Annual General Meeting of Newcestown GAA will be held at Newcestown Parish Hall on Friday December 1st  2017 at 7:00 p.m. More information to follow

Minor B1 county Final 2017

posted 12 Nov 2017, 11:11 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 12 Nov 2017, 11:11 ]

Hard luck to our minor hurlers who lost to Lisgoold in Ballincollig earlier today.
HT: Newcestown 0-5 Lisgoold 2-7
FT: Newcestown 1-14 Lisgoold 2-14

Reschedule of Munster Camogie Club Final

posted 11 Nov 2017, 02:36 by Newcestown Camogie PRO   [ updated 12 Nov 2017, 15:37 ]

Munster Intermediate Club Final Match v Lismore is rescheduled for next Saturday 18th November at 2pm.  
Venue to be confirmed

Reunion of the 1967 teams

posted 28 Oct 2017, 09:41 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 28 Oct 2017, 09:41 ]

To commemorate the golden jubilee of the 1967 County Junior Football and South West Hurling Victories Newcestown GAA is organising a Mass of Thanksgiving in the Church of John the Baptist Newcestown on Friday 17th November at 8pm followed by a reunion and refreshments in the Parish Hall.

Tickets for the event for the event can be purchased (cost €10) from Donie Keane 0876753047. Tickets must be booked by Sunday 12th November.



In the team photo above

Front row (left to right) : Leo O'Halloran, Kevin Kehily, John Lynch. Barry Murray (Captain Of Hurling). T. J. (Mackle) Collins (Captain of Football), Frank Kehily, Norman Kehily, Aiden O'Halloran, Sean O'Shea, Maurice O'Callaghan, Raymond Crowley.

Middle row (Ieft to right) : Charles Foley, Fr. Liam Aherne, (Chairman), Anthony Flynn, Patrick Crowley, Jim McCarthy, James Hurley, Dermot Kehily, Fr. Dick Hurley, C. O'Mahony, Donal Cahalane, Sean Ryan, Fr. J. Forde (president), Jerh. Kehily (Vice-President) 

Back row (left to right) : Patrick O'Mahony, Frank Murphy, Jerry O'Callaghan, Tim Crowley, Barry O'Sullivan, Sean Crowley, Finbarr Collins, Kevin Calnan, Sean Collins (NT), Sean Collins, James O'Mahony, Neilus Collins. 

Top Inset: Tom Daly, Sean Kelleher (Treasurer), J. J. Crowley. 
Mascot : Teddy Kehily

South West Cork Junior Football Cup
Newcestown 2-9 Kilmeen 1-1
Newcestown 3-12 Bandon 1-6
Newcestown 3-7 Skibbereen 1-3
Newcestown 0-8 Bantry 0-5

Inter-Divisional Junior Football
Newcestown 1-9 Carrigaline 1-5
Newcestown 3-7 Ballyvourney 1-4
Newcestown ? Midleton ?

South West Cork Junior Hurling Cup
Newcestown 3-6 Ballinascarthy 1-5
Newcestown 6-6 Skibbereen 1-2
Newcestown 6-6 Clonakilty 2-0
Newcestown 3-6 Round Towers 1-4

Inter-Divisional Junior Hurling
Newcestown 3-7 Kilworth 5-3

Senior Football Championship Relegation Playoff 2017

posted 14 Oct 2017, 10:40 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 14 Oct 2017, 10:40 ]

In the Senior Football Championship Relegation Playoff Newcestown beat Dohenys by 0-15 to 0-06. At half time Newcestown lead by 0-6 to 0-2. The match was played in Enniskeane. 


U16 Footballers win the West Cork Final

posted 8 Oct 2017, 11:25 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 8 Oct 2017, 11:25 ]

Congratulations to our U16 footballers who beat Gabriel Óg by 1-16 to 3-8 in the Rebel Óg West U16A Football Final in Dunmanway on 8 October 2017. The teams were level at half time, Newcestown 1-6 Gabriel Óg 2-3



Congratulations to Newcestown Camogie

posted 8 Oct 2017, 11:22 by Newcestown Gaa   [ updated 8 Oct 2017, 11:27 ]

Congratulations to the Newcestown Camogie team who won the County Intermediate Final in Brinny on Saturday 7 October. Despite Enniskeane scoring three goals in a short interval in the first half, Newcestown were never phased and held  Enniskeane to one point in the second half. The final score was Newcestown 1-13 Enniskeane 3-4. It was a great team performance, well done to the team and mentors.



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