Weekly Notes 03/09/2019
September 03, 2019
Glenville Football Club
County Intermediate Football Championship
Six days after an excellent victory over Mitchelstown, Glenville clashed with Dromtariffe in round 3 of the intermediate football championship on Saturday evening. This was always going to be a big ask for our lads being without two key players on the night also didn’t help matters. In front of a big crowd in Ballyclough, it was Glenville who were slow out of the blocks and Dromtarriffe raced in to a 4-point lead. Glenville then got into the game with a well taken point from James and then Dylan scored a brilliant goal to bring the sides level after the opening quarter. The rest of the half was very even, and it was score for score until half time. Our points coming from James, Josh, Eddie and Dan to leave us behind by one point at the interval. On the resumption, James kicked over a brilliant free to level the game again. Then, Dromtarrife got on top and kicked over 4 unanswered points heading into the final quarter. Glenville battled back and points from James got it back to 2 points margin again. Dromtariffe replied with 3 more points to take a 5-point lead. Glenville to there credit battled gamely and a goal from James and a point from Dan brought it back to the minimum heading for injury time. Dromtariffe replied with 2 more points to leave them 3 ahead. Glenville battled bravely to get a goal to level but unfortunately time ran out and we were defeated by 3 points. A disappointing result on the night for the lads but in fairness to this young side, they battled to death and gave everything, showing tremendous spirt throughout. This is now the end of the campaign for 2019 but huge positives can be taken from our 3 championship games this year. No doubt the lads will come back stronger for 2020.
Panel: D Quirke, M Murphy, M Kennedy, S O Reilly, D Farrell, E Delahunt, N Cahill, S Field, K O Neill, Diarmuid McCarthy, Dylan McCarthy, W Connolly. J Cooke, J Gowen, D Dennehy, S Desmond, A Ricken, C Cronin, P Cahill
Rebel Og Central U14 Football Premier 2 Football Championship
Glenville took on Carrigtwohill in the opening round of the U14 football championship played in Glenville. After a very high scoring game it was the away side who were deserved winners on the night as the goals proved crucial. Glenville now go into the plate competition of this competition.
Panel: J O Sullivan, C Linehan, T Sexton, B O Sullivan, C o Mahony, R Hennessy, R Loftus, L Foley, S Dennehy, C O Leary, J Freyne, C O Riordan, J Curtin, C Cronin O Neill, C Callaghan
Rebel Og Central U13 Football Premier 2 Football League
Glenville travelled to Donoughmore to take on the home side in the final game of this years U13 football league. A win here meant the boys would qualify for the semi final of the league. After a very even game throughout, it was the home side who just did enough to come out on top.
Panel: C Sheehan, C O Mahony, F Fitzgerald, D Collins, C O Neill, D Forde, O Bric, R Loftus, C Linehan, B Ryan, S Haberlin, C O Brien, S O Callaghan, B Kelleher, D Field,
Glenville Weekly Lotto
Draw took place on Friday August 30th in Anglers Rest
Numbers Drawn 2, 4, 7 and 18
Luck Dip winners – Martin Kennedy, Francis Sweeney, Dan O Riordan, Maria O Connor