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Manager  JJ Barry

 

 

 

       
Date Competition Opponent Result
       
25th Sept Championship St Catherines St Catherine's 1-14 Carrig 2-6
       
2nd Sept League Killeagh Carrig 2-7 Killeagh 1-12
       
8th August League Bride Rovers Carrig 1-8 Bride Rovers 4-8
       
23rd May League Castlemartyr Carrig 4-11 Castlemartyr 0-15
       
13th May League Erin's Own Carrig 2-12 Erin's Own 2-15
       
18th April League

Castlelyons

Carrig 0-17 Castlelyons 0-16
       
15th April League Lisgoold Carrig 2-15 Lisgoold 1-9
       
       

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Championship v St Catherine's in Ballynoe on Sunday September 25th 2011
St Catherine's 1-14 Carrigtwohill 2-6

Carrigtwohill's junior B hurlers put up a gallant fight before going down to St Catherines' second team in the East Cork championship on Sunday. With Lisgoold deemed unplayable Carrig lost the toss for venue and had to travel to Ballynoe at short notice. In gusty conditions and on a heavy pitch Carrig fielded four minors, all of whom gave a good account of themselves, and were always in the hunt right up to the finish.

 

Playing against the wind in the first half Carrig trailed by just two points at the break, 0-9 to 2-1. Both of Carrig's goals were scored by full forward Brendan Horgan whose bustling, direct style caused problems for the St Catherine's defence all afternoon. Cian Harte got Carrig's other first half score from a free and it wasn't until late in the half that St Catherine's got in front. The Carrig defence coped well against the wind, particularly the full back line of Brian Dineen, Damien O'Donovan and Alan Horgan and Carrig looked to have a chance with the elements in their favour for the second half.

 

The home team made a fast start against the wind, however, and built up a four point lead which was stretched to five at various times during the second half. Carrig worked very hard to stay in touch with Shane Kennedy storming into the game and Seanie Casey doing well when he was switched to centre field. However they failed to reduce the deficit to less than three points at any stage, despite laying siege to the St Catherine's goalmouth late in the second half.

 

Carrig: Shane Devlin, Brian Dineen, Damien O'Donovan, Alan Horgan, Sean Casey, Cormac Carroll, Shane Kennedy, Jason Leahy, Mickey O'Sullivan, Darren Burns, Cian Harte, Shane Cuddigan, Sean Rohan, Brendan Horgan, Conor Healy.


Subs used: Kieran Baverstock, Cian Rohan, Colm O'Donovan, Nigel Twohig 

 

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