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Shane Cuddigan

Selectors Michael Fitzgerald, Brian Nolan, Frank Flannery, Cormac Carroll


Date Competition Opponent Result
17th August Championship Killeagh/Itas Killeagh/Itas 2-14 Carrigtwohill 0-12
13th August Challenge Aghada Carrigtwohill 3-18 Aghada 0-19
27th July Challenge Cork U-17s Carrigtwohill 1-19 Cork U-17s 8-20
12th July Championship Lisgoold Carrigtwohill 1-17 Lisgoold 3-9
8th July Challenge Fr O´Neill´s Carrigtwohill 4-15 Fr O´Neill´s 3-11
25th June Challenge Sarsfields Carrigtwohill 0-17 Sarsfields 4-17


Championship v Killeagh Itas n Midleton on Friday 17th August 2012
Carrigtwohill 0-12 Killeagh Itas 2-14

This was a disappointing night for Carrig, which ended in defeat and elimination from this yearâ•˙s championship.
Conditions were poor for hurling on the night as rain throughout the day made scoring opportunities more difficult to convert. Despite the circumstances Carrig put up a gutsy performance after a poor start. Killeagh had the better of the first half scoring two goals to lead 2-5 to 0-5 at half time.

It was always going to be an up hill battle from here especially as Killeagh got the first two points of the second half. Carrig battled hard and frees from Tomas Hogan and a Chris Keegan point from play got them back in touch. Carrig needed a goal and the opportunity came mid-way through the half when Hogan won a penalty. Willie Mc was summoned from goals to take the shot but unfortunately his powerful effort was deflected over. The momentum was with Carrig now and an excellent point from Daniel O'Mahony and another Tomas Hogan free brought Carrig to within three points. This was as close as it got however and Killeagh finished the stronger. Credit the lads for their efforts and all focus now turns to defending the Senior Hurling title. Carrig abú.

Team: William McCarthy, Ronan Higgins, Cathal McCarthy, Jack Barden, Jay Horgan, Padraig Hogan, Aaron Gosnell, Cathal O'Sullivan, Daniel O'Mahony, Chris Keegan, Thomas Hogan, Sean Rohan, Jason Leahy, Kieran Baverstock, Colm O'Donovan.
Subs Used: Dylan Scriven, Eoin O'Mahony and John Carey.



Championship v Lisgoold in Lisgoold on Thursday 12th July 2012

Carrigtwohill 1-17 Lisgoold 3-9

This was a great victory over Lisgoold in the opening game of the East Cork championship. Carrig played well throughout but deserve great credit for the way they finished the game, which eventually lead to a hard fought victory. Despite playing against the wind in the first half Carrig took a four-point lead early on with some excellent scores. Lisgoold, with home advantage, finished the half stronger and took a one point lead at half time on a score line of 1-5 to 0-7.


Sean Casey was hurling well but unfortunately he had to go off injured in the first half. Dylan Scriven replaced him. Lisgoold started the second half as they finished the first and raced to a five-point lead mid-way through the second half. At this point Carrig were in trouble but showed great heart to fight back to a winning position, eventually winning by two points. Carrig scored an impressive 1-10 in the second half and Kieran Baverstockâ•˙s goal will live long in the memory.
Carrig now play Killeagh in the next round.

Team - William McCarthy, Ronan Higgins, Cathal McCarthy, Jack Bardon, Sean Casey (Dylan Scriven), Padraig Hogan, Jay Horgan, Cathal O'Sullivan, Aaron Gosnell (John Carey), Jason Leahy, Daniel O'Mahony, Chris Keegan, Kieran Baverstock, Thomas Hogan,

Sean Rohan.


Subs - Shane Devlin, Dylan Scriven, John Carey, Colm O˙Donovan, Oliver Cooney, Eoin O˙Mahony, Jordan Kidney, Jamie O˙Donovan.




Challenge v Fr O'Neills in Ballymacoda on Sunday 8th July 2012
Fr O'Neills 3-11 Carrigtwohill 4-15

This was Carrig's second game in preparation for next Thursday's championship showdown with Lisgoold (Thursday 12th July venue Lisgoold @ 7.30).

Carrig built on a strong performance against Sars to win this game in great style by a winning margin of seven points. Carrig got off to a flying start with a great point from Daniel O'Mahony and he would torment O'Neills throughout this game. Thomas Hogan was ruthless in dispatching three goals and four points in the first half and he would end the night with four goals and six points. O'Neills scored three goals in the first half which kept them in touch. Chris Keegan, Sean Rohan and Jason Leahy added points as Carrig lead at the break by 3-10 to 3-5.

Carrig didn't have it all their own way in the second half as O'Neills pressed hard to get back on level terms but Carrig remained strong in defence as Padraig Hogan and Cathal McCarthy led a great defensive display and Carrig continued to score freely at the other end. William McCarthy played a cameo fifteen minutes at full forward as Shane Devlin replaced him in goals.

If Carrig can find this level of performance on Thursday night they will not be beaten against a well-fancied Lisgoold side that will have home advantage.

Team: William McCarthy, Ronan Higgins, Cathal McCarthy, Oliver Cooney, Jay Horgan, Padraig Hogan (0-1F), Colm O'Donovan,

Cathal O'Sullivan, Aaron Gosnell, Jason Leahy (0-1), Daniel O'Mahony (0-4), Sean Rohan (0-2), Chris Keegan (0-1),

Thomas Hogan (4-6 (2f), Kieran Baverstock.
Subs: Shane Devlin




Challenge v Sarsfields in Carrigtwohill on Monday 25th June 2012
Carrigtwohill 0-17 Sarsfields 4-17

This was the first match for Carrig as they prepare for Championship against Lisgoold at the end of July. Sars who are Premier A were always going to be strong opposition and Carrig competed well throughout the game. Sars scored three late goals which flattered them on the scoreboard.


Carrig led by 0-12 to 1-8 at half time and the first half highlight was a stylish point from half back Sean Casey who caught the ball, soloed down the wing and finished off his left. Sean Rohan also added a nice point.

Sars upped their game in the second half but Carrig kept in tough mainly through Thomas Hogan who was prolific throughout from play and from frees. All six subs were given game time and only in the end did Sars pull away.


Team: William McCarthy, Dylan Scriven, Cathal McCarthy, Ronan Higgins, Sean Casey (0-1), Padraig Hogan, Jay Horgan, Cathal O' Sullivan, Aaron Gosnell (0-1), Jason Leahy (0-2), Daniel O'Mahony (0-2), Chris Keegan (0-1), Colm O'Donovan, Thomas Hogan (0-8 (5f)), Sean Rohan (0-2),
Subs all used: John Carey, Jack Bardon, Eoin O'Mahony, Jordan Kidney, Gary Moriarty, Oliver Cooney.


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