Mallow GAA notes 1st June 2018

Results:
Avondhu Division 1 Junior Football League, Friday May Mallow 2-13 Fermoy 0-6…

Junior Hurling Challenge Mallow 4-23 Kanturk 3-17..

Well done to our three Inter-County representatives Matty Taylor, James Loughrey and Niall O’Riordan who were all on duty at the weekend. Matty and Jim both featured for the victorious Cork Senior Footballers last weekend defeating Tipperary, 1-17 to 0-9. Incidentally it was the first time in the clubs history two Mallow players were on the field of play during a Cork Senior Football Championship tie.
Niall and the Cork Minor Hurlers had no luck, unfortunately, eventually succumbing to a stronger Tipperary side 4-14 to 1-15..
The three lads all represented their club excellently with very fine individual performances.. The Cork Senior Footballers will now either meet Clare or Kerry in the Munster Senior Football Championship Final on Saturday June 23rd and the Minor Hurlers will return to Pairc Uí Chaoimh this Saturday June 2nd at 5pm followed by the Senior Hurlers, who also take on Limerick at 7pm.. Best of luck to all involved.. Rebels ABÚ..
Best of luck also to Aaron Sheehan who lines out with London, on Saturday, against Armagh. Aaron has a personal tally of 1-17 this season so far for London so, no doubt, will play a big part in Saturday’s game!!
Fixtures:
Rochestown Park Hotel Senior Football League Round 9 Mallow V O’Donovan Rossa, Saturday 2nd June at 5pm in Mallow..

Avondhu Division 1 Junior Hurling League Mallow V Shanballymore, Sunday 3rd June in Shanballymore at 12 noon..

Avondhu Division 1 Junior Hurling League Mallow V Doneraile, Tuesday 5th June at 730pm in Mallow..

Avondhu Division 1 Junior Football League Mallow V Kilworth, Thursday 7th June at 730pm in Mallow.

Club cleanup..
The second of our summer club cleanups will take place next Wednesday night 6th June at 7pm in the complex. If you have any tools at home such as strimmers, lawnmowers, brushes, shovels please bring them along.. Thanks so much..

The Long Meadow..
Now with summer finally well and truly here I’m sure we all agree that all our pitches are looking fantastic and this goes hugely for the town park which can be visibly seen every day in its majestic state, crossing the bridge. With the long summer days and evenings it’s great to see all our Juvenile and adult teams using the park to its full capacity. Of course many of the people of the town are also happily using it to relax or engage in some Gaelic games of their own but we would kindly ask if anyone is bringing any packaging or bottles could they please remove same so as not to endanger any of our players or anyone walking or running, the same would go with anyone passing through with a dog we would also kindly ask all waste is removed. If we all do our part it can be enjoyed by us all as it has been for the last sixty years!! Thanks

Deepest sympathies..
The club would like to extend its deepest condolences to the families of the late John O’Sullivan, Drumsligo and the Harbour Man Johnny O’Connor a great life long servant of Ballyclough and Cork GAA.. May they Rest In Peace..

 

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