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Date Competition Opponent Result
       
30th August League Carrignavar Carrigtwohill 1-12 Carrignavar 2-11
       
19th August Challenge Bishopstown Carrigtwohill 0-12 Bishopstown 1-13
       
13th April Championship Fr O'Neill's

Carrigtwohill 1-7 Fr O'Neill's 2-6

       
8th April Challenge Donoghmore

Carrigtwohill 1-8 Donoghmore 4-4

       
30th March Championship Erin's Own Carrigtwohill 0-6 Erin's Own 2-6
       
18th March League St Catherine's Carrigtwohill 2-7 St Catherine's 1-10
       
3rd March League Dungourney Carrigtwohill 0-7 Dungourney 0-7
       
11th Feb Challenge Glenville Carrigtwohill 2-8 Glenville 1-11
       
       

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Championship v Fr O'Neill's in Shanagarry on Saturday 13th April 2013

Carrigtwohill 1-7 Fr O'Neill's 2-6

Carrigtwohill bow out of this year's Junior football championship losing by two points to Fr O'Neill's, in a closely fought contest on a windy and wet day in Shanagarry. Starting the more determined against the wind, Carrig notched up an early lead of 1-3 to 0-3 courtesy of a goal by Pat O'Sullivan, a point by Shane Healy and two points from captain Neil O Connor but Fr O'Neill's finished the stronger scoring 1-1 in the dying minutes of the first half to go in with a one point lead.


Carrig restored parity within minutes of commencing the second half with a fine point from Brendan Horgan and although Pat O'Sullivan added two more points and another from Shane Healy, Fr O'Neill's responded with two points and a second half goal that was to prove to be the crucial score of the game. Carrig continued to dominate the second period of this half but missed chances and a blanket defence prevented Carrig from retrieving this game.


Panel - Tomas Mullaney, Aaron Gosnel, Padraic Hogan, Damian Donovan, Cathal McCarthy, Andrew Garde, Tim O'Connor,
Tomas Hogan, Stephen Dineen, Killian McCarthy, Pat O'Sullivan, Shane Healy, Eoghain O'Mahony, Neil O'Connor, Brendan Horgan,
Clive Cremin, Darren Burns, Jamie Donovan, Ted Sullivan, Michael O'Sullivan.

 

 

 

Challenge v Donoughmore in Carrigtwohill on Monday 8th April 2013

Carrigtwohill 1-8 Donoughmore 4-4

This challenge match was not for the faint hearted, played in cold wintry wet and windy conditions. This did not deter the players from both sides who gave a brilliant expedition of football with Carrig scoring 1-8 from play. Donoughmore began strongly scoring 2-0 but carrig regained their composure and with Ted Sullivan, Aaron Gosnel and Mike Sullivan goining well in the defence Carrig dominated the rest of the first half. Fine points, 2 from Clive Cremin, one each from Darren Burns and Eoghain O'Mahoney and a well taken goal by Eoghain gave Carrig a 1-5 to 2-1 lead at the interval.


Carrig faced a gale force wind in the second half but were well up for doing battle with the elements,Shane Murphy in goals and Padraic Hogan with the assistance of Dylan Schriven and Andrew Garde were clearing ball after ball in the defence and with Pat Sullivan, Killian McCarthy and Brendan Horgan combining well Carrig increased there lead with 2 well taken points from Pat Sullivan. With ten minutes to go Donoughmore scored two goals but Carrig finished the game on a high with a well worked ball by Jamie Donovan to Clive Cremin who duly slotted over for a point.


Panel - Shane Murphy, Aaron Gosnel, Padraic Hogan, Ted O'Sullivan, Mike O'Sullivan, Andrew Garde, Dylan Schrivan, Pat O'Sullivan, Declan Sugrue, Darren Burns, Killian McCarthy, Eoghain O'Mahoney, Jamie Donovan, Clive Cremin, Brendan Horgan.

 

 

 

Championship v Erin's Own in Cobh on Saturday 30th March 2013

Carrigtwohill 0-6 Erin's Own 2-6

Carrigtwohill suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of a very fancied Erins Own side. Carrig turned up with a panel of 26 players and gave Erin's Own a run for their money and very little seperated these two sides, the difference being that Erin Own were more clinical with their free-taking opportunities. Erin's Own started the better dominating the first quarter and scoring 1-2 without reply. But then Carrig got to grips with Erins Own Donegal style of playing and with Seamus Roche and Stephen Dineen now dominating at midfield, ball was fed into the forwards resulting in two points from Brendan Horgan and a point from a long range effort by captain Neil O'Connor. This reduced the margin to 2 points and with Tim O'Connor, Padraig Hogan, Killian McCarthy now pressing forward the ball found Eoghan O'Mahony who orchestrated a goal chance only to be foot-blocked and a penalty was awarded to Carrig. The penalty was struck well but the keeper landed on the ball which almost went over the line. Nevertheless Tomas Hogan collected the clearance and landed the ball over the bar. Erin's Own went in ahead by one point at half time.

 

Carrig continued to win a lot of possession in the second half but the finishing let us down and then against the run of play Erin's Own were awarded two frees and a penalty which they executed adding 1-2 to their tally. Carrig were now faced with a challenging task, but true to their fighting character, they fought to the bitter end adding two more points, one from Brendan Horgan and another from Eoghain O'Mahony, but the elusive goal needed didn't materialise.


Panel - Tomas Mullaney, Aaron Gosnel, Padraic Hogan, Damian Donovan, Tomas Hogan, Andrew Garde, Tim O'Connor,
Seamus Roche, Stephen Dineen, Killian McCarthy, Pat O'Sullivan, Shane Healy, Eoghain O'Mahony, Neil O'Connor, Brendan Horgan, Cathal McCarthy, Clive Cremin, Darren Burns, Colum O'Donovan, Jamie Donovan, Chris Casey, Ted Sullivan, Aidan Meade, Aidan Barret, Michael O Sullivan, Shane Kennedy.

 

 

 

League v St Catherine's in Carrigtwohill on Tuesday 19th March 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-7 St Catherine's 1-10

Another great performance by Carrigtwohill junior A Football team, in a high scoring drawn game against St Catherine.This was a lively encounter with the teams exchanging the lead on several occasions. Saints were first to get on the scoring sheet but Carrig replied with a lovey worked ball between forwards Colum Donovan, Clive Cremin,Chris Casey,Brendan Horgan ending up with Pat O'Sullivan who blasted it to the back of the net giving the keeper no chance.Saints hit back scoring four points without reply. But with Seamus Roche fielding skills and Killian McCarthy driving on from midfield and with the help of Shane Healy tireless workrate Carrig hit back with points from Clive Cremin, Pat O'Sullivan and Brendan Horgan(2). But at the death of half time the Saints sneaked a goal to put them ahead 1-5 to 1-4.


Saints began the second half the stronger scoring three points to give them a comfortable lead but with great determination from the backline to the forwards Carrig ate into their lead.Padraic and Tomas Hogan in the defence along with Ted Sullivan,Darren Burns,Arron Gosnell,steadied the defence and with Carrig getting more possession in the forward line Ross O Mahoney was unlucky not to score and hit the upright on two occasions but Pat O Sullivan,Eoghan O Mahoney and Killian McCarthy added points to Carrigs scorline.Fresh legs were required and Finbarr Brown was introduced,Carrig were in full flight then Andrew Garde having a terrific game at centre back gathered the ball in defence and soloed the lenght of the field to score a wonderfull goal it looked like Carrig did enough to win the game. But the Saints scored two late points to draw.Goalkeeper Shane Murphy had a clean sheet on his debut coming on in the second half.

 

Panel - Eoghan O'Mahoney, Ted Sullivan, Damian O'Donovan, Padraic Hogan, Andrew Garde, Aaron Gosnel, Tomas Hogan, Killian McCarthy, Seamus Roche, Colum O'Donovan, Pat O'Sullivan, Shane Healy, Brendan Horgan, Chris Casey, Clive Cremin, Darren Burns, Ross O Mahoney ,Martin McConville, Shane Murphy, Jamie Donovan, Finbarr Brown.  

 

 

 

League v Dungourney in Dungourney on Sunday 3rd March 2013

Carrigtwohill 0-7 Dungourney 0-7

Carrig began their league campaign with a very impressive display at Dungourney. Carrig were the quicker to get into their stride with Brendan Horgan scoring two fine points from play, but Dungourney who have played two league games already, winning one and drawing the other reacted by scoring two fine points of their own and would have had more but for Ted Sullivan, Damian O Donovan and Padraic Hogan holding the fort. Both teams exchanged points Cathal McCarthy putting one over from distance before Domnic Cronin edged Carrig ahead at the break with a lovely left footed point.


Dungourney applied the pressure from the start of the second half but a resiliant performance by the backline of Damian Donovan, Padraic Hogan, Aaron Gosnel kept them at bay and with Andrew Garde centre back and Jay Horgan and Tim O'Connor on the wings Dungourney were finding it difficult to get scores. A powerfull display by midfielders  Seamus Roche and Domnic Cronin created more chances for Carrig and Shane Healy, Tomas Hogan, Clive Cremin, combined well getting plenty of ball into the scoring zone, Brendan Horgan took full advantage and scored two more points and was unlucky not to add a goal to his tally.Dungourney fought back and scored two more points and with Carrig now looking tired, fresh legs were required and Martin McConville and Colum Donovan were introduced having an immediate affect with Mike O Sullivan putting the ball over the bar for what looked to be the winning score. Dungourney created a near goal chance of their own but there was no way through  Eoghan O'Mahoney who had a great game in goals. Then Dungourney were awarded a free which they pointed for a drawn game.


The next game is Monday 11th March in Carrig v Bride Rovers

 

Panel - Eoghan O'Mahoney,Ted Sullivan, Damian O'Donovan, Padraic Hogan, Andrew Garde, Jay Horgan, Tim O'Connor, Domnic Cronin, Seamus Roche, Tomas Hogan, Shane Healy, Brendan Horgan, Cathal McCarthy, Clive Cremin, Micke Sullivan, Aaron Gosnell ,Martin McConville, Colum Donovan, Jamie Donovan, Aidan Meade.

 

 

 

 

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