Club News 21st August 2019 - 21/08/2019

In a classic second  round game in the Cork Senior Football Championship,  Carbery Rangers outclassed  Castlehaven after Extra Time in dwindling light in Skibb on Saturday evening, and will now play St Finbarr's next Sunday in Bandon at 3pm.
The outcome of this game wasn't decided until deep into extra time when John Hayes who was outstanding all through ,pointed and Brian Shanahan sealed victory for Rangers 2-17 to 1-18.
Rangers had the wind in the first half and had 5 points on the board but the Haven responded to cut the deficit to a point before 2 killer goals in 60 seconds just before half time from Rob Hegarty and John Hayes,  gave Rangers a half time leaf of 2-07 to 0-06.
After the resumption,  Haven played with intent and had seven unanswered points to level matters 15 minutes in. The game was  as exciting as one could get with both sides exchanging points in the final ten minutes , before  points from John Hayes looked like it was to be Rangers day but a defensive mix up presented Castlehaven with a goal opportunity and they made no mistake to have the sides level at full time,  2-12 to 1-15.
In the first period of extra time,  Castlehaven took the lead for the first time in the game but Rangers responded well with 2 points from John Hayes and John O Rourke. In the second period of extra time both sides exchanged points before Haven got another to have the sides level with 3 minutes left. A red card was issued to one of the Castlehaven players shortly after and Rangers had the final say when Shanahan and Hayes scored to give Rangers a well earned and deserved win , 2-17 to 1-18.
Team Paul Shanahan,  Rob Hegarty 1-00, Tom O Rourke,  Jerry O Riordain,  James O Riordain, Paudie Hodnett , Robbie Kiely 0-01, James Fitzpatrick , Brian Hodnett, Brian Shanahan 0-03 Patrick Hurley,Alan Jennings 0-01 John Hayes 1-09(0-05 F), John O Rourke 0-03, Daragh Hayes.  
Subs Seamus Hayes for Brian Hodnett, Cathal Hennessey for Patrick Hurley, Stephen Murray for Robbie Kiely, Michael Mennis for Aj Jennings,  Declan Hayes for Daragh Hayes.
Following on from the Seniors outstanding victory against Castlehaven on Saturday,  the Juniors made the journey to Skibb on Sunday to play the Haven in the Junior A Football Championship. Rangers totalled dominated this match and at half time led 1-07 to 0-05 and never looked like they were under pressure . Castlehaven 's efforts weren't helped when they were reduced to 14 men just before half time. Goals in the second half from Cathal O Rourke and Paul Hodnett killed the game as a contest with Kieran Fitzpatrick getting one in the first half.
Winning on a final score of 3-14 to 0-09.
They now play Muintir Bhaire in the next round, possibly this Friday night. Check locally for details.
Team Shane O Sullivan Micheál O Mahony Cian Daly Kieran O Regan Jack O Regan 0-02 Stephen O Donoghue Diarmuid Kerr Kevin McMahon  0-02 Timmy O Donoghue 0-01  Alan O Rourke 0-01 Paul Hodnett 1-02 Ciaran Calnan 0-01 Sean O Neill Cathal O Rourke 1-04  Kieran Fitzpatrick 1-00 Subs Eoghan Hayes Jack Maguire John O Brien Cathal Keane 0-01.

The Annual U14 Tony Murphy Memorial Cup took place last Saturday in Ardagh between the 2018 champions Clan Na Gael and Carbery Rangers in glorious sunshine and a great atmosphere.
This  annual competition is in recognition of The Late Tony Murphy,  an outstanding servant and club man of both Carbery Rangers and Cork.
A large crowd were treated to a fantastic game of football by both sides with the lead being exchanged several times. Level at half time,  the teams were level at full time also ,so for the first time we have Joint Cup Holders.
Mary Murphy,  Tony's Wife presented both captains with the cup and members of the family presented both teams with their medals. As well as Mary, Tony's son Colin and daughter Aisling were present with their families aswell as his sister Noreen.
A great club day ! Special thanks to the Murphy Family,  the Organisers,  Ref Andrew Whelton and his Umpires and linesman, Michael Whelton for the music and all those who provided refreshments.
Team Cian Barry Pádraig Tobin Matthew Fitzpatrick Finn Hayes Carol O Regan Paul Murphy Colm Cuinnea Ronan Hayes Ben Linehan Dylan Scannell Colm Hayes Olan Murphy Cathal Buchanan Sean Murphy Dylan O Neill  Sean Cuinnea Fionn Lawlor Jerry McCarthy. Eamonn O’Donoghue, Stephan Daly, James Creedon, Ewan Wrenne.


•Rebel Og West U14 Division 2 Football Championship , Carbery Rangers V Naomh Abán CLG , Thurs Aug 22nd in Castletownkenneigh at 7pm.

•Rebel Og Premier 2 U16 Football Championship,  Carbery Rangers V Aghada Juvenile GAA Club , Fri Aug 23rd in Cloughduv GAA at 7-30pm.

•Cork GAA Senior Football Championship,  Carbery Rangers V St Finbarr's , Sunday Aug 24th, in Bandon Gaa at 3pm.

•The Juniors will probably be playing the next round of the Junior A Football Championship in the coming week also against Muintir  Bhaire.

Congratulations to Cork U20's , All Ireland and Munster Football Champions for 2019,  whose captain Peter O Driscoll , along with Manager Keith Ricken,  and his management team team including coach Maurice Moore of Carbery Rangers,   received this month's Celtic Ross Sports Star of the Month. Well deserved .
The Club would like to congratulate all their players ,members and supporters who received their Leaving Cert Results in the past week. Remember, there are many other days, decisions, challenges and choices that will define your life. This is just one of them !

There was No winner of this week's Carbery Rangers Lotto.
Numbers drawn were 23,28,29.
€50 Aoife Murphy, Ardagh.
€30 Peter Creedon, Thurles.
€20 Colman & Breda McCarthy, Ballinavar
€20 O'Reillys Londis Voucher Aoife Sullivan, Burgatia.
Next draw Tues 27th August in  O'Briens Bar for €4400.

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