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Date Competition Opponent Result
23rd Nov Championship Glanmire

Carrigtwohill 0-6 Glanmire 1-8

15th Nov Championship Glenbower Rovers Carrigtwohill 1-12 Glenbower Rovers 1-7
12th Nov Challenge Aghada Carrigtwohill 2-9 Aghada 2-10
8th Nov Challenge Lisgoold Carrigtwohill 0-5 Lisgoold 1-6
29th Oct Challenge Glenville Carrigtwohill 0-7 Glenville 3-7
18th Oct Championship Cloyne Carrigtwohill 2-10 Cloyne 0-8
15th Oct Challenge Ballinacurra Ballinacurra 2-14 Carrigtwohill 0-7
25th Sept Challenge Glenville Carrigtwohill 0-13 Glenville 1-7
15th Sept Championship Glanmire Carrigtwohill 2-4 Glanmire 0-13




Championship v Glanmire in Cobh on Saturday 23rd November 2013

Carrigtwohill 0-6 Glanmire 1-8

A goal with seconds to go in the first half proves to be a fatal body blow to Carrigs Jun B football championship hopes. Carrig put up a courageous challenge at the penultimate stages of this competition but narrowly fail to make the final. A very strong Glanmire panel started by scoring the first point and although Carrig replied with a wonderful point by Matt Foley, Glanmire added three more before Jason Leahy pointed. Leonard Healy added another to make it three points to four and Carrig were now in the ascendancy with Jay Horgan and Denis O'Connor controlling the half back-line and with William McCarthy, Liam O'Sullivan, Marty McConville and Rob White going well up front. But a counter attack by Glanmire and a hail mary shot, which was toed in gave our opponents the decisive goal just at the half time whistle.

Carrig fought back in the second half, Sean Buckley in goals and Mike Sullivan, Brian Dineen and Donal Hogan holding the full back-line and with Shane Kennedy and Leonard Healy dominating at midfield and Sean Rohain going well on the wing. Carrig scored three more points with Domnic Cronin running the lenght of the field to add one and Leonard Healy adding two more. Glanmire added four more to their tally but the second half was dominated by Carrig who introduced fresh legs in Darren O'Driscoll, Liam Barry, Patrick Ahearn and only for number of shots going narrowly wide, the outcome could have been in Carrig's favour. Nevertheless this may not have been Carrig's day but the panel has shown plenty of promise, skill and team work and laid a platform for going forward.

Panel - S Buckley, B Dineen, Ml Sullivan, D Hogan, S Rohain, D O'Connor, J Horgan, L Healy, D Cronin, R White, L O'Sullivan,
W McCarthy, M McConville, M Foley, J Leahy, F Brown, A Meade, M Finn, P Ahearn, J Donovan, L Barry, D Schriven, S Kennedy, C Healy,
S Cotter.




Championship v Glenbower Rovers in Killeagh on Friday 15th November 2013

Carrigtwohill 1-12 Glenbower Rovers 1-7

Great fightback in Killeagh's own backyard earns Carrig a place in the semi finals of Jun B football championship. Glenbower began strongly putting 2 points on the scoreboard before William McCarthy notched up a first for Carrig then Jason Leahy added another to square things up.Glenbower then took over scoring 1-2 without reply. But Carrig weathered the storm and with Domnic Cronin and Leonard Healy now dominating midfield and Liam Sullivan,Marty McConvile,and Matty Foley winning the battle in the forward line Jason Leahy started the great escape by scoring a spectacular goal,Leonard Healy added a point and Jason put one over from the 45 to level the game at 1-4 each.Glenbower finished the first half strongly and added two more points to lead 1-6 to 1-4 at halftime.

Carrig led by captain and goalkeeper Sean Buckley came out in the second half on a mission.Brian Dinneen, Mike Sullivan,and Donal Hogan galvanised the backline there was no way through for valiant Glenbower forwards.Jay Horgan,Denis O Connor,and Sean Rohain dominated the 45 yard line and delivered good ball into the forwards creating scoring opportunities.Rob White was first to score with a great point,Jason Leahy levelled the game with another,Glenbower scored there only point of the second half to go ahead,but were pegged back by a brilliant point by Leonard Healy.Rob White added another to put Carrig ahead for the first time.Carrig were now on a rampage Leonard added another then Darren O Driscoll put his name on the score sheet.Stephen Cotter came on to freshen up Carrig\'s attack and Jason and Leonard closed off a great game adding two more points.
Carrig now meet Glanmire in the semi final on Sat 23rd at 7pm in Glanmire.


S Buckley, B Dineen, Ml Sullivan, D Hogan, S Rohain, D O'Connor, J Horgan, L Healy, D Cronin, R White, L O'Sullivan, W McCarthy,
M McConville, M Foley, J Leahy, F Brown, A Meade, M Finn, P Ahearn, J Donovan, L Barry, D Schriven, S Kennedy, C Healy, S Cotter.




Challenge v Aghada in Carrigtwohill on Tuesday 12th November 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-9 Aghada 2-10

This challenge game was played in the same tempo as championship. Aghada went up two

points before Carrig's William McCarthy put the ball over the bar. Aghada added another two to

their tally but Rob White from a long distance out raised the white flag again for Carrig. Aghada

then had a purple patch scoring 2 goals and a point leaving it at 2-5 to 0-2 with ten minutes of the

first half to play. But Carrig fought back and with Jay Horgan now at centre back and Sean Rohain

and Brian Dineen on the flanks the forwards were getting plenty of ball resulting in fine points from Liam Barry and Leonard Healy. Then under pressure Aghada conceded a penalty, which Leonard stepped up and duly put the ball in the back of the net to leave it 2-6 to 1-4 at the interval.

Carrig came out in the second half all guns firing, Stephen Cotter was first on the score sheet with

a fine point then Leonard Healy and Aidan Meade with another. With Connor Healy, Jamie Donovan and Donal Hogan now dominating in the full back line and Darren O'Driscoll at midfield. Aghada

could only manage to score a point, before Michael Sullivan ran the lenght of the field to put over another point for Carrig. Then came the score of the game Marty McConville who worked tirelessly along with Liam O'Sullivan, Finbarr Browne and Jason Leahy in the forward line put the ball through to Matty Foley, and although surrounded by the full backline he backed heeled the ball to score a cheeky goal. This left Carrig one point ahead going into the last ten minutes. Aghada again applied the pressure but goalkeeper Eoghan O'Mahony kept a clean sheet in the second half. Aghada added three more points to their tally and although Carrig finished strongly time ran out and could only manage one more point scored by William McCarthy.

Carrig can now look forward to their championship game v Glewnbower on Fri 15th at 8pm in Killeagh.






Championship v Cloyne in Carrigtwohill on Friday 18th October 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-10 Cloyne 0-8

Two great goals one by Liam Barry in the first half and another by Dylan Schriven in the second propelled Carrig into the next round of the Junior B football championship on a 2-10 to 0-8

scoreline. Carrig got off to a flyer with two fine points from Jason Leahy and even though Carrig

had the majority of the possession scores were hard to come by. Liam Barry and Aidan Meade

added to the lead before Cloyne put over two points of their own. With Sean Rohain and Shane Kennedy dominating at midfield Carrig pressed on and were rewarded with a fine goal by Liam

Barry shooting into the right corner of the net. Cloyne could not break down Carrig's stubborn

back-line with Denis O'Connor, Donal Hogan and Mike O'Sullivan dominating and there was

no way through Sean Buckley in goals. Carrig led 1-5 to 0-2 at the interval.

Cloyne began the second half in a different mood and reduced Carrig's lead to a mere two points

but the introduction of fresh legs of Patrick Ahearn and with Jay Horgan now playing at midfield the

game swayed in Carrigs direction. A lovely fisted point by Domnic Cronin got the scoring machine going again and with Marty McConville and Liam O'Sullivan working tirelessly, Dylan Schriven broke through the Cloyne defence to score a wonderful goal hitting it low to the left corner. Jason Leahy added two more points to put Carrig home and dry.


Panel - M Finn, P Ahearn, Ml Sullivan, J Donovan, S Rohain, D Hogan, D Schriven, J Horgan, S Kennedy, D Cronin, M McConville,
L Barry, D O' Connor, L O' Sullivan, C Healy, L Healy, J Leahy, F Brown, S Buckley, A Meade.





Challenge v Glenville in Carrigtwohill on Wednesday 25th September 2013

Carrigtwohill 0-13 Glenville 1-7

This match was played under lights and Carrig were first on the scoreboard with a point from Aidan Meade. Glenville responded with five points without reply before Carrig's Marty McConville fisted the ball over the bar and Sean Buckley scoring another reduced the deficit to two points. Despite the great effort of the full back line of Patrick Ahearn Mike Sullivan and Jamie Donovan, Glenville eventually broke through to put the ball beyond goalkeeper Mike Finn reach to score a goal and leave it 1-5 to 0-3 at half time.


Carrig with the introduction of Jay Horgan and Shane Kennedy went on the rampage in the second half. Donal Hogan, Dylan Schriven and Shane Kennedy galvanized the half back-line and Domnic Cronin and Jay Horgan combined well at midfield to feed ball into a dominating forward line. Jason Leahy put four long range balls over the bar and William McCarthy sored another three. Liam Barry put two over with his left foot and Sean Buckley added another to his tally. Glenville only managed two points in the second half.


Panel - M Finn, P Ahearn, Ml Sullivan, J Donovan, S Rohain, D Hogan, D Schriven, J Horgan, S Kennedy, D Cronin, M McConville, L Barry, J Leahy, F Brown, S Buckley, Wm McCarth y, A Meade, D Burns,T O Connor .





Championship v Glanmire in Carrigtwohill on Sunday 15th September 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-4 Glanmire 0-13

Carrigtwohill began their Junior B championship campaign on a windy Sunday evening against a fancied Glanmire side. Carrig playing with the wind in the first half were first to get off the mark, with a fine point from Sean Buckley but a soft free put Glanmire on the score board. Liam Barry had his scoring boots on executing two fine points from frees. Glanmire then surged ahead to a two point lead before Jason Leahy narrowed the gap to one point before half time. Great defence by Patrick Ahearn, Mick Sullivan and Connor Healy and a tremendous save by Kieran Baverstock kept the lead to the minimum 0-5 to 0-4 Carrig lost Colum O'Donovan who was outstanding at half back to injury and played the second half against the wind.

On resumption Glanmire started the stronger scoring three points without reply but with Domnic Cronin now dominating at full back and Donal Hogan, Denis O'Connor, Jay Horgan and Shane Kennedy driving forward and great interaction between Marty McConville and Matty Foley Carrig put Glanmire under pressure which resulted in a penalty, Jason Leahy stepped up a hit the back of the net to leave only two points between the teams. Glanmire then had a purple patch scoring three points but with the introduction of William McCarthy and Jamie Donovan, Carrig dominated the next fifteen minutes, and after a number of near misses Finbarr Brown fisted in a fabulous goal but time ran out for a courageous Carrig team.

K Baverstock, P Ahearn, Ml Sullivan, Connor Healy, C Donovan, D O'Connor, J Horgan, S Kennedy, D Cronin, M McConville, L Barry,
J Leahy, F Brown, S Buckley, M Foley, M Finn, Wm McCarthy, J Donovan, Donal Hogan. 



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