Senior County Final on Sunday / Both under 12's team in league action / No Winner of Lotto / Tá am Scór na nÓg chugainn arís. - 11/10/2016

Senior Football County Final
All roads lead to Pairc Ui Rinn on Sunday October 16th for the Cork County Senior Football final against Ballincollig at 3.45pm. It is great to see the flags and banners all over the parish and beyond with the Carbery Rangers colours flying high. Best of luck to all involved.
There will be a bus leaving Rosscarbery on Sunday at 12.30pm going to Pairc Ui Rinn for the big game - subject to demand. If you are interested in booking a place on the bus, please contact Denis on 086 6315057 by 2pm on Friday October the 14th. Please check locally for more information.

Under 12 Footballers
On Thursday night last October 6th, the second under 12 team played Caheragh in the 'C' Cup semi-final, the game was played under lights in Caheragh and after a bright start by both teams with scores coming fast and quick, Caheragh lead at half time by 3 points.
Caheragh applied a great deal of pressure in the first ten minutes of the second half and scored 2-4 without reply. The Ross lads finished stronger but could not cut back the sizeable lead that Caheragh had built up early on and finished up losing by 9 points. They now meet Bantry in the plate semi-final.
Panel: Cian Barry, Evan Fitzpatrick, Robbie Wilson, Ciaran McCarthy, Colm Cuinnea, Paul Murphy, Bosco de Prado, Colm Hayes, Ronan Hayes, Ben Linehan, Alan Luuk, Brian Collins, Olan Murphy, Fionn Lawlor, James O’Keffee.

On Sunday October 9th the under 12 'A' footballers played Castlehavean in the cup semi-final and after an exciting game lost out on a final score of 6-4 to 3-7.
In an exciting game that ebbed and flowed from start to finish with both teams going at it from the start, Castlehaven led at half time on a score line 2-3  to 1-3. The second half followed the same pattern as the first, the Ross backs were defending with great determination and were unlucky to concede a few goals which gave Castlehavean a comfortable cushion on the scoreboard. Without ever dropping their heads the Ross lads brought themselves right back into the game with goals of their own and a number of well taken points. With five minutes to go they had whittled the lead down to four points, but the turning point came when the Ross lads had a goal disallowed for a square infringement and from the resultant free Castlehavean went up the field and got a goal which killed off the comeback from the Ross lads and Castlehavean ran out winners on a score line of 6-4 to 3-7. This was a great team effort with the young Rangers showing a never say die attitude to the end. They now meet Newcestown in the Plate Semi-Final
Panel: Darragh Twomey, Eamonn Hodnett, Colm Cuinnea, Ryan Hayes, Paul Murphy, Cormac Cuinnea, Conor Twomey, Colm Hayes, Annraoi Creedon, Bosco de Pardo, Andrew Kevane, Ronan Hayes, Ben Linehan, Ciaran McCarthy, Robbie Wilson, Evan Fitzpatrick, Olan Murphy, Alan Luuk, Fionn Lawlor, Cian Barry.

We had no winner of the weekly club lotto. The numbers drawn were 8, 15 and 34. Consolation prizes: €50 Rose Sheehan Cork; €30 Darragh Twomey Barleyhill; €20 Cathal Woods c/o Sean Collins; €20 Pascal O'Brien South Square. Next weeks draw will take place in the Abbey Bar with a jackpot of €10,200.
Scór na nÓg
 am Scór na nÓg chugainn arís. Scór na nÓg is a GAA  under 17 competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of Gaelic Games with the fun element of Ireland’s traditional past-times. There are 8 competitions that cover all aspects of Irish culture. Figure Dancing, Set dancing,Solo singing,Ballad Group,Recitation,Instrumental group,Leiriú and Quiz. Willing mentors available to support competitors. Local entries are to contact the Rosscarbery Scór secretary Josephine Lynch on 087 9141480 by Sunday October 23rd.

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