Senior,U21,Minor,U13,U16,U18, Lotto, Ladies - 17/04/2012

          Carbery Rangers Senior team continue their recent good form in the Kelleher Shield when they defeated Dohenys over the weekend. The first half was a tight contest with Ross getting off the mark in the first minute when the impressive James Fitzpatrick kicked over from play. Points from John Hayes [2] Padraig Hicks and Kevin Mac Mahon saw that the sides went in level at half time five points each. At the start of the second half good pressure from the Ross forwards helped turn the play over and Declan Hayes was on hand to hit the back of the Dohenys net for the only goal of the game. The Dohenys tried to up their game after that and reduced the lead at the mid way stage to just two points. In the closing ten minutes Ross had seven unanswered points, the pick of them coming from Brian Shanahan and Mac Mahon again. The final score read Carbery Rangers 1-14 Dohenys 0-8.

Next fixture for the Senior  team is away to Newcestown this Sunday and please note the game has a 1pm start.

The club sends on its Congratulations to John O’Rourke who won his second Munster U21 medal for Cork when they defeated Kerry by one point last week. On the night John put in yet another great performance and best wishes to him and the Cork team when they take on Dublin this Saturday in Portlaoise in the All- Ireland semi-final. Carbery Rangers were also well represented on the Cork minor team also over the weekend when they had a good win over Limerick, both Thomas O’Rourke and Paul Shanahan are involved with this team.

The U13 footballers played Dohenys on Monday night in very wet and foggy conditions. Ross got off to a great start when Mark Hodnett scored a goal in the first minute, a much stronger Dohenys outfit had the better of the half and lead at the break by 2-7 to1-3. The second half turned out to be very entertaining  and exciting, Ross started to get the better of mid-field and some great movement by the forwards help the home side to four goals. The goals coming from Eamonn Shanahan, John Hodnett, John O’Brien and Fintan  Barrett. The backs along with Aaron Harte in goal did a great job of holding the Dohenys to just a few scores in the half. Final Score Carbery Rangers 5-5 Dohenys 3-9.
Next fixture for the U13s is the Championship fixed for this Sunday at 12 noon in Bantry against Beara.
 
 On Monday night last the U16 hurlers travelled to Leap to take on the home side in the league. On a dreadful night for hurling both sides served up an entertaining game and at the short whistle
the score board read  Kilmacabea 2.02 Rangers 1.06. On the resumption the home side scored some  quick goals and the Ross lads found it hard to gain parity. Some skilful hurling was on display despite  the conditions but at the final whistle Kilmacabea ran out winners 5.08/2.07 .
Team David O' Donovan,Danny Reynolds, John Hodnett (Capt), Aidan O' Donovan, Jerry O'Riordan, Cian Daly, Cathal O' Rourke,
Brian Callanan, Robert Hegarty, William Allshire, Michael O'Mahony, Sean Gordon, Brian O' Sullivan, Cian O' Hea, David Hill, Adam O' Mahony. 

Recently the minor hurlers got their league campaign for the season under way with a trip to Ballydehob to play Gabriels. The home side were stronger on the day and won on score of Gabriels 5-18 to Rangers 4-11.
 On Thursday last the Rangers welcomed Barryroe to Ardagh for the next outing. The visitors started with the wind to their backs
and after 30 minutes of entertaining hurling the score board read Ross 1-02 Barryroe 1-08. From the throw in the Rangers came more  into the game and took some superb scores. Both sides were showing some great skill and when the referee blew for full time the Rangers had their first points of the season on a score of 4-09  to 3-10.

LOTTO
We had no winner of this week’s lotto the numbers drawn were 15, 23 and 34. 50 Euro to Ger O Mahony, 30 Euro to Andrew T. O Sullivan, 20 Euro to Eleanor Collins.
Next week jackpot is for 2600 Euro and tickets can be bought online.

ROSS LADIES FOOTBALL:
On Sunday last the u14 girls travelled to Clonakilty for the West Cork Feile blitz where they qualified for the county section, losing the first game to Clonakilty the girls improved greatly and beat Beara and Valley Rovers. Two teams go forward so Rosscarbery and Kinsale will both represent the west Cork division. The senior girls were beaten by a much stronger Clonakilty side in the league, their next game is v Gabriel Rangers Friday night. Well done to Aoife Madden and Ciara O'Rourke who were on the Cork u16 team who beat Kerry and Niamh O'Brien who played on the Cork u18 team.




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