Club News 26th September 2018 - 26/09/2018

Our Senior Footballers are through to the semi-final of the Cork Senior Football Championship after their hugely impressive win over Clonakilty on Sunday,  1-18 to 0-11.

They will meet St Finbarr's on Sunday October 7th in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, in a repeat of last year's semi-final.
Rangers were on top from the throw in in a well balanced team  performance   with John Hayes , Kevin McMahon ,Alan Jennings  and John O Rourke always to the forefront. Brian and Mark Hodnett put in impressive performances and the well marshelled  defence turned over the ball numerous times making Clonakilty chase the game for the most part.
Rangers were economical in their use of the ball, having only one wide in the whole game.
After seven minutes the sides were level, two points each, with the deadly accurate John Hayes scoring for Ross. From then on Rangers took a grip of proceedings and a point from the hard working Seamus Hayes had Rangers ahead 0-06 to 0-03. Two more points from Clon and further points from Mark Hodnett, John Hayes and John O Rourke who nailed superb points also, had Rangers deservedly ahead at half time 0-10 to 0-05.
The opening  two and a half minutes of the second half finished the game as a contest. Within a minute  of the restart Mark Hodnett tore through the Clon defence  and buried the ball in the Clon goal. John Hayes and Alan Jennings quickly added points to make it 1-12 to 0-05. And on the 34th minute John Hayes popped over a free to put eleven points between the teams. From there on  Rangers remained firmly in charge , continued to profit from continuously turning over the ball and the game came to it's inevitable conclusion with Patrick Hurley getting  Rangers final score, a well taken fisted point to see them  through to the semi-final,  full time score 1-18 to 0-11.

Team Paul Shanahan Cian Daly Brian Shanahan Rob Hegarty Jerry O Riordain Robbie Kiely Kevin McMahon 0-01 James Fitzpatrick Mark Hodnett 1-01 Brian Hodnett John O Rourke 0-04 Alan Jennings 0-02 John Hayes 0-07 (0-05 frees)  Seamus Hayes 0-01 Daragh Hayes Subs Stephen Murray Chris O Donovan Sean O Neill 0-01 Paudie Hodnett  Patrick Hurley 0-01
 



 
The Under 16 Footballers are through to the final of the Premier 2 U16 Football Championship Final after a convincing win over Valley Rovers in the semi-final in Clonakilty on Saturday , 2-07 to 0-09.
This is a huge achievement for the club, with this being the fourth consecutive  year that Rangers have reached the Premier U16 finals, having won the Premier 2 final  in 2016.
Conditions were poor ,at times the strong wind changed direction and it made for tough going for both teams. Valleys started well and were 3 points to no score ahead after 11 minutes. Peadar O Rourke  who had an outstanding game, got Rangers first score, a goal after 13  minutes . Both sides exchanged points, both frees, before Rangers got 2 great points from play, Peadar O Rourke and Kelan Scannell  getting a point each  and Harry Oates was on  target from a free to leave Rangers ahead at half time,  1-04 to 0-04. Within seconds of the restart,  Harry Oates goaled and Rangers never looked like loosing the game after this. Valleys did score 3 points on the trot  but  Ross responded with further  points from Evan Browne and Harry Oates, who was very  accurate  from placed balls before Valleys got the final score of the game , but it was Rangers who deservedly  won, 2-07 to 0-09. A great performance  from everyone and the subs introduced.  Kelan Scannell fielded alot of ball around the middle and the backs made it very difficult for the Valley boys to score,with Killian Fitzpatrick, Caolan Hayes and Sean Hayes leading the defence.  In fact, all of Valley's scores were from placed balls.
They now await the winners of the other semi-final between  Wolfe Tones and Gabriel Rangers,  and the final will be played in 3 weeks time.
 
Team. Araon O Brien Michael Maguire Sean Hayes Killian Eady Caolan Hayes Killian Fitzpatrick Niall Keane Kelan Scannell 0-01 Conor Twomey Sam Linehan Peadar O Rourke 1-01 Darragh Calnan Harry Oates 1-04(0-03frees) Evan Browne 0-01 Ciaran Santry Subs Barry Kerr Seamus O Mahony
 
The Minors played Glanmire on Monday night in the Premier 1 League. Leading at half time by 0-05 to Glanmire's 0-04  in a tough and physical game, 2 goals from Glanmire mid way through the second half saw Rangers go behind and despite Rangers  best efforts, Glanmire won, 2-06 to 0-10.

Team : Darren Hayes Peter Og Hill Diarmuid Kerr Mark O Sullivan David O Regan Kieran O Regan Alan O Rourke Ciaran Calnan 0-01Jack O Regan 0-04(0-03 frees) Eoghan Hayes 0-02 Fintan Barrett Cillian Keane Jo Hicks Daragh Hayes 0-02 frees Billy Twomey 0-01 Subs John O Brien Cathal Keane Evan Browne Kelan Scannell
 


The Under Age Footballers ( Under 8, 7 and 6's) will finish up their Football for 2018 with the annual Skills Cup on Saturday  morning.
 


The Cork Gaa County Board draw was launched recently for the next year and tickets can be purchased from any club officer.
 


Carbery Rangers Gaa Club would like to congratulate  The Rosscarbery Tidy Town's Association  on their silver medal win in The National Tidy Town's competition . Well done.  A great community  effort.
 


There was no winner of this week's Lotto.
The numbers drawn were 2, 14, 37
€50 Mary Hodnett North Square
€30 Connie O Sullivan Barrack Lane
€20 Rebecca Favier Burgatia
€20 Londis Voucher Celia O Neill Froe

Next week's jackpot is €13,800 and takes place in Nolan's Bar.




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