Kelleher Shield / Under 16 league semi-final / Last man Standing / Lotto / Upcoming Fixtures / AGM - 10/11/2015


Kelleher Shield
The senior footballers travelled to Dunmanway last Friday night to play Castlehaven under lights in the semi final of the Kelleher Shield and on a wet night Castlehaven's first half goals proved to be the difference, with Ross going down on a final score of 4-12 to 1-11.
 
Ross started well and took an early lead with points from Kevin MacMahon, John Hayes and two from Seamus Hayes, Castlehaven reponded with two points before they got their first goal of the game, they went on to score three more goals in the half to lead at half time on a score of 4-7 to 0-5. In the scecond half Ross responded to the first half set back well and had a number of goal chances well saved by the Castlehaven keeper. Further points from John and Seamus Hayes was followed up with a Robbie Kiely goal. Ross continued to attach but were unable to add to their goal tally. A brace of points from John Hayes finished the scoring to leave Castlehaven going on to face O'Donovan Rossa in the final on a final score of 4-12 to 1-11.
 
Team: Paul Shanahan, Michael Kelly, Brian Shanahan, Thomas O'Rourke, Jerry O'Riordan, Padraig Hodnett, Robbie Kiely, James Fitzpatrick, Michael Mennis, Kevin McMahon, John Hayes, Alan Jennings, Kieran Fitzpatrick, Seamus Hayes, Declan Hayes. Subs: Robert Hegarty, Chris O'Donovan, Sean O'Neill, Gearoid O'Brien, Cathal O'Rourke, Stephen Murray. Scorers: John Hayes 0-7, Seamus Hayes 0-3, Robbie Kiely 1-0, Kevin MacMahon 0-1.
 

Under 16 Footballers
Hard luck to the under 16 footballers who were beaten by Mallow after extra time by a single point on Sunday morning last in Macroom in the semi final of the premier 2 league on a final score of 3-13 to 5-6.
 
Goals from Darragh Hayes, Eamon Shanhan and Mark Hodnett in the first half gave the Ross boys a lead at half time on a score of 3-5 to 0-4. After the break Mallow scored 3 goals with Cathal Hennessy getting the fourth Ross goal of the game. With Ross leading by a point with time almost up, Mallow equalised to leave both teams level after normal time on a score of 4-6 to 3-9. Extra time was played with the Ross lads losing out by a single point on a final score of 3-13 to 5-6. Mark Hodnett scored the Ross goal in extra time from the penalty spot.
 
Team: Darren Hayes, Dermot Kerr, Brendan Kingston, Peter Og Hill, James O'Riordan, Stephen O'Donoghue, Cathal Hennessy, Mark Hodnett, Chris Prendergast, Patrick Hurley, Fintan Barrett, Cathal Keane, Darragh Hayes, John O'Brien, Eamon Shanahan. Subs: Eoghan Hayes, Ciaran Calnan, Jack O'Regan.
 

Last Man Standing
Are you tough enough to be the Last Man Standing and walk away with €500? Carbery Rangers Last Man Standing Competition 2015/16 is now taking entries for this year’s competition. Simply contact any member of Carbery Rangers Senior Football panel or text Brian on 086 3738547 to enter, entry fee is €500 and the deadline date for entry is November 26th. Best of Luck!
 
 
Lotto
We had no winner of this week's jackpot, the numbers drawn were 2, 9 and 10. Consolation prizes: €50 Fachtna Murray, North Square.; €30 John Moloney, Ardagh; €20 James Hubbert, Cross Lane. Next weeks draw will take place in the Abbey Bar with a jackpot of €1,600.
 
 
Upcoming Fixtures
The under 14 Premier 2 league final against Glenville is fixed for Sunday November 15th with a venue and time yet to be confirmed. While on Tuesday night, November 17th the under 14 footballers are playing Sam Maguires at 7.30pm in Dunmanway in the Cup final.  Please check locally to make sure that these fixture hasn't changed.
 

Club AGM
The Carbery Rangers AGM will take place on Friday, November the 27th in the Celtic Ross Hotel at 7.30pm.
 



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