Castletownbere News U10,12,16 & juniors

Castletownbere Gaa News 

Up Coming Matches 

U10 New County  League 

Castletownbere V O Mathuma’s

Date: Saturday 9th July

Time: 12.30pm

Venue: Castletownkenneigh


U16 Town V Spa Killarney 

Date: Sunday 10th July

Time: 12 Midday

Venue: Killarney

15 A Side Challenge game



U12’s West Region League 

Castletownbere v Bantry

Date: Monday 11th July

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: Droum



Match Round Up from last week 

Junior B 

Castletownbere played Urhan and Town won on a scoreline of 3.9 Urhan 0.12

Junior South West League

Castletownbere had a comprehensive win over  Colum’s on Friday

Town 4.17 to Colum’s 0.7

U10 Beara League Castletownbere  V  Glengarriff 

The panel who beat Glengarriff  by a point included the following
Chaelim Murphy,Danny Walsh,Cíara Murphy,Jenny murphy,Fiona murphy,Sinead Murphy,Clodagh Fenner,Fionn Murphy,Ultan murphy,Peter Villanueva Carleton,Sean Óg Donegan,Rhys Villanueva   Carleton,James spencer,Patrick o Sullivan&Sean o Sullivan.
Castletownbere started off with a great start with a goal from James spencer followed by another soon after by Ultan Murphy &again by James, Glengarriff got a few goals in the first half as well and were unlucky not to get more when they hit the bar&post.castletownbere tacked on a few more scores before the half was wrapped up and had a comfortable lead.
Second half started the better for Glengarriff who rattled in a few goals and tacked on a few points with frees.lucky for town James&Ultan got a few points & Sinead scored a goal from a (45) to keep the towns lead up,
by the final whistle Castletownbere were ahead by a point& Glengarriff were very unlucky not to get a draw or a win!

U12 West Region 

Castletownbere under 12s played Dunmanway on Thursday night last. Due to holidays and illness town fulfilled this fixture with a depleted squad. Fielding a very young team the lads set about their challenge in a positive and purposeful way. The dunmanway lads were blitzed early on and had no answer to the town onslaught. The town lads fought like tigers, they hassled and chased as if their lives depended on it. They showed great skill and tenacity and capitalised on some, but not all of the hard fought possession They created but missed a number of scorable chances which came back to haunt them before the game concluded. They came in at half time exausted but well ahead on the scoreboard. Dunmanway emptied the bench at half time a luxury Town didn’t have available but our one sub was given his chance. The fresh legs on the dunmanway side paid dividends and the town defense was breached despite their best efforts on more than one occasion early in the second half The town lads exhausted as they were fought hard and brought the game to the dunmanway particularly in the last quarter when they peppered the dunmanway goal bringing several good saves out of the dunmanway goalkeeper. In the end they ran out of time and steam to get the result they richly deserved for their effort. This panel has improved as the year has progressed. Their tackling, blocking and all round play was impressive in this game and they were unlucky not to have a better result. We thank all the parents who travelled and brought players to the game. They play bantry on Monday evening in droum at 7pm.

U16 Game v Goleen was postponed