Minor,Senior,U16,U14,Lotto,Scor. - 05/04/2011

Carbery Rangers Minor footballers were in Championship action against Glanmire in the Premier 2 football championship on Saturday last. In what turned out to be a very close contest the sides were one point a piece   after 8 minutes of play. Then in the 12th minute Damien O Brien made a great goal line clearance to keep the Ross goal intact which was to prove so important at the end of the game. With 3 points exchanged by both teams, they went into half time level on four points each.  In the second half, Glanmire had three unanswered points until a goal from Gearoid o Brien brought Carbery Rangers level in the 46th minute. Glanmire then restored their lead by a point, Carbery Rangers reply was a free by Terry O’Donovan. Thomas O’Rourke then put Ross into the lead for the first time since the 15 minute of the game with a well taken point and another soon follow by the very impressive Gearoid O’ Brien to ensure a hard earned but deserved victory. This was a very impressive display by all the defenders and the goalie where the midfielders got through a lot of hard work in the game and the forwards picked off their scores when the chances presented themselves. Well done to all involved. TEAM: Paul Shanahan, Damien O Brien, Michéal O Donovan, Michael Hourihane, Gearoid O Brien, Stephen Vickery, Eamonn O Mahony, Thomas O Rourke, Cathal Prendergast, Brian Hodnett, Timmy Donoghue, Tadgh O Mahony, Terry O Donovan, Vincent Hodnett and Sean O Regan.SUBS: Brian Hayes, Daniel Hodnett and Patrick McCarthy.
The seniors were in action in Ardagh on Sunday last when they took on St Vinvent’s. Carbery Rangers got off to a great start when Niall Hayes had the ball in the back of the net with just two minutes of play. This was followed shortly afterwards by a point each  from Padraig Hicks and Seamus Hayes before St Vincent’s had their first score of the afternoon. Further points by Padraig Hodnett and David Creedon were soon followed by a goal by John Hayes to leave Ross well in control of the game at half time on a score line of 2-5 to  0-4 points.  St Vincent’s came more into the game in the second half where four points a piece were exchanged before Seamus Hayes put the result beyond doubt with the score of the day when he rattled in Carbery Rangers’ third goal of the afternoon. Final score Carbery Rangers 3-10  to St Vincent’s 0-10.
Carbery Rangers U16s got their campaign underway on Monday night last when they travelled to Enniskeane to take on Ahan-Gaels on very wet evening for football. Ross found themselves three points down after fifteen minutes into the game before corner forward John Hodnett kicked five points to leave the score at half time 0-5 to -4 at half time. Ahan-Gaels started the second half with three unanswered points before John Hodnett once again got Ross on the score board. A succession of points by the stronger home team ensured Ahan-Gaels won the game by 0-15 to 0-8.TEAM: Danny Reynolds, Aidan O Donovan, Cathal O Rourke, Brian O Donovan, William Allshire, Damien O Brien, Patrick McCarthy, Tadgh O Mahony, Timmy Donoghue, Eoghan Collins, Daniel Hodnett, Jerry O Riordan, Colm o Donovan, Austin Keane, John Hodnett.SUBS: David Hill, Jonathan Christy and David O Donovan
UNDER 14s:
Carbery Rangers U14s were also in action during the week when they took on Bandon in Newtown. Bandon proved to be a strong team in the first half when they rattled in four quick goals in succession to lead 4-2 to 1-5 at half time. But Carbery Rangers upped their game in the second half when it was their turn to rattle the back of the net which they did five times in total and also added on seven lovely taken points. This was a very good team performance by these young footballers after the initial settling down period, to play some lovely flowing football.TEAM: Cathal Hennessy, Michéal O Mahony, Cian Daly, Brian O Sullivan, Sean Gordon, Adam O Mahony, Cathal O Rourke, Robert Hegarty, Brian Callanan, David O Donovan, Adam Barrett, Danny Reynolds, Cian O Hea, Maurice Allshire,
SUBS: Ian Lawlor O Donovan, Ciaran Prendergast
There were no winners of this week’s Lotto. Numbers drawn were 8, 22 and 25. €50 goes to Paul Hodnett, Burgatia, €30 to John O Regan Red Strand and €20 to Frank O Regan Reenascreena. Next week’s jackpot total is €1600 and the draw takes place in the Celtic Ross Hotel on Monday night.
The Club thanked all the volunteers who helped out in hosting the U21 Championship game last Saturday afternoon in Ardagh. The pitch was in great condition and all the stewarding worked efficiently throughout.
The Junior Ones are in action this Thursday night, 7th April at 7.30pm in Dunmanway against the Dohenys.
Rosscarbery Clubs were well represented in the County final of Scor na bPaisti last Sunday in a packed Eire Og G.A.A pavillion in Ovens. Out of 10 finals on the day Rosscarbery came away with two county titles where the beat the cream of talent from all over Cork County. The first title of the day went to the Carbery Rangers Figure dancers who gave the perfect performance to earn them the county title they truly deserve. Dancing for Carbery Rangers was Aaron and Megan O'Flynn, Ray and Eamon Shanahan, Brian Hegarty, Sana Gordon, Joan O'Donovan and Ruth Kevane. The second County title for Ross went to the Rosscarbery Ladies Football club in the Novelty act. Their act
"Dead or Alive" proved to be the best on the day and went down well with the audience. Well done to this talented group of young actors who did the club proud, Donncadha and Alice Buckley Healy, Aaron Harte, Aoife Santry, Emma Hill, Marie Nagle, Sarah and Edel Hayes. Also well done to Ciara Gordon and the Ballad group who also did very well on the day.

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