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14th September Coleman Dillon Tournament Various Click here for report
20th Agust Challenge Lisgoold Carrigtwohill 2-12 Lisgoold 4-4
27th July League Aghabullogue Aghabullogue 2-9 Carrigtwohill 4-4
29th June League Passage Carrigtwohill 7-8 Passage 2-3
24th April Challenge Erin's Own Erin's Own 1-2 Carrigtwohill 12-7
20th April League Courcey Rovers

Carrigtwohill 5-5 Courcey Rovers 1-2

6th April Challenge Cloughduv Carrigtwohill 0-5 Cloughduv 4-3

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Coleman Dillon Tournament 2013 League Match v Ballinhassig



Coleman Dillon Tournament in Cherlag on Saturday 14th September 2013

St. Mary's 2-4 Carrigtwohill 4-2

Carrigtwohill Fe 12 began the Coleman Dillon Tournament with a difficult game against strong opposition from Tipperary in the form of St. Marys from Clonmel. The Tipp lads had the better of the first half and it took our lads a while to get to grips with the pace and physical nature of the game. We opened the second half very brightly and two goals put us in the driving seat. We went onto win the game by 4 points in the end. Scorers on the day we Sean Walsh with a goal and a few points, Cian Thornton with a goal and David Rooney with a point or two. James Mulcahy, Cormac Flynn and John Carroll played very well for Carrig, as did all the other lads.

Team: D. Flynn; C. Flynn; S. de Burca; C. Horgan; B. Scully; J. Mulcahy; N. Hannigan(C); D. Rooney; A. Browne; C. Thornton; J. Carroll; C. Carroll; A. Walsh; S. Walsh; J. Ahern; G. Yeriskin; A. Grey; J. Barry; D. Sullivan.



Erin's Own 3-5 Carrigtwohill 1-5

This was our second outing in the Coleman Dillon tournament. It was a quick turnaround for our lads after a huge effort against St Marys. The lads tiredness showed in the first half of the game as Erins Own built up a healthy lead coming into the half time break. Carrig stepped up a gear in the second half of the game and cam back strong. However the first half lead that had been built up by Erins Own and a few second half points were the difference as the home team claimed victory. Carrigs best on the day were Sean de Burca,   Cormac Flynn, Sean Walsh and Cian Horgan.

Team List: D. Flynn; C. Horgan; S. de Burca; C. Flynn; N. Hannigan (C); J. Mulcahy; B. Scully; D. Rooney; A. Browne; C. Carroll; J. Carroll; A. walsh; C. Thornton; S. Walsh; G Yeriskin; D. Sullivan; J. Barry; J Ahern; A. Grey.



Glen Rovers 1-6 Carrigtwohill 0-9

This was our final game in the Coleman Dillon tournament and it was against one of the big boys from the city. Our lads started slowly and allowed the Glen to build up a three point lead early on. The lads then got to grips with the play and responded very well. David Rooney moved to full back and Sean de Burca to midfield. The game was fast and furious and when the Glen got a goal it looked all over but our lads played extremely well and pulled a point ahead going into the final minute. The Glen gained possession on the last play of the game and got an equalising point. Carrigs best on the day were Sean de Burca, Darren Flynn, Niall Hannigan and Gary Yeriskin. A great day out was had by all our lads and for this we thank the Erins Own club and in particular Coleman himself and the Dillon family.

Team List: D. Flynn; C. Flynn; S. de Burca; C. Horgan; N. Hannigan (C); J. Mulcahy; B. Scully; D. Rooney; A. Browne; C. Thornton; J. Carroll; C. Carroll; G; Yeriskin; S. Walsh; J. Ahern; A. Grey; A. Walsh; J. Barry; D. Sullivan.


Coleman Dillon Tournament 2013 photograhs




Challenge v Lisgoold in Carrigtwohill on Tuesday 20th August 2013

Carrigtwohill 2-12 Lisgoold 4-4

The lads edged out a very close game by two points against local rivals Lisgoold. The game was played in a great spirit as both sets of players know each other well, with some of the Lisgoold lads having attended Cul Camps in Carrig. The first half saw Lisgoold start the better with the first goal of the game. Carrigtwohill came back with some great scores from David Rooney and Sean Walsh.


The second half started with Lisgoold getting another two goals. Carrig had to work hard to get back into the game and Gary Yeriskin played very well in the corner, trying to get onto every dropping ball and Cillian Carroll doing very well at half forward. Carrig managed to get two goals in the second half that were the difference. Carrigs half back line of Cian Thornton, James Mulcahy and Cian Horgan got the better of the Lisgoold lads over the second half and this was the difference. Man of the Match for Carrigtwohill was James Mulcahy, who was pushed very close by Sean de Burca who made some sublime catches, thanks to the coaching session with Niall MacCarthy on Saturday morning. A great game of hurling and well done to both sets of players.


Team - D. Flynn, C. Flynn, S de Burca, D. Sullivan, C. Horgan, D. Rooney, J. Mulcahy, S. Walsh, A. Walsh, J. Barry, C. Thornton, C. Carroll, A. Browne, J. Ahern, G. Yeriskin.



League v Aghabullogue in Aghabullogue on Saturday 27th July 2013

Aghabullogue 2-9 Carrigtwohill 4-4

It was a great match, although Aghabullogue started better in both halves. John Carroll received a heavy injury and we hope to have him back for our next match.  David Rooney got the first score for Carrigtwohill. Then it was followed up by a goal from Gary Yeriskin. Later on in the first half Sean Walsh netted our second goal with five minutes left. Aghabullogue reacted and scored a goal to put them in the lead going into the second half. We started well in the second half as we scored two points. Adam Walsh scored two goals to win the match for us. Aghabullogue scored a goal and upped the pressure, but we held them out.


Man of the Match - Sean de Burca


Team - D. Flynn, S. de Burca, C. Flynn, J. Mulcahy, N. Hannigan, D. Roooney, A. Walsh, J. Carroll, A. Browne, C. Thornton, B. Scully,
C. Carroll, G. Yeriskin, S. Walsh, C. Horgan, J. Barry, D. Sullivan, J. Ahern.



League v Passage in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 29th June 2013

Carrigtwohill 7-8 Passage 2-3

A well deserved win for the Carrigtwohill lads over Passage. The game was played in a very fair spirit and the pace of the play was fairly fast. Carrigtwohill started very well with David Rooney getting a couple of early points on the board to settle the nerves. Sean Walsh added a few more points just before and after half time.


It was goals that won this game and the first arrived early on in the first half from Cian Thornton. Niall Hannigan got two goals as did David Rooney. Cian Thornton got another two goals in the second half and Sean Walsh added another point. This was a very good all round performance by all the lads involved and a great game for all those watching on the sidelines on a very nice day. There were some standouts for Carrig on the day in David Rooney, Sean Walsh and Niall Hannigan, but the Man of the Match goes to Cian Thornton for his 3 goal display and his overall efforts.



Challenge v Erin's Own in Caherlag on Wednesday 24th April 2013

Erin's Own 1-2 Carrigtwohill 12-7

We had a fantastic match in Caherlag against Erin's Own. Everyone was in brilliant form, especially our full forward John Carroll who scored 8 goals and two points, surely a record. All of our backs played very well. While, the score stayed very low for Erin's Own, they did have a number of very good players but our lads kept them from getting more on the score sheet. Adam Walsh had to come off with a thumb injury, after a very strong tackle. Hopefully, it will be right for the next match.  Our scorers were John Carroll 8-2, Cian Thornton 2-1, Sean Walsh 1-3, Adrian Browne 1 goal and David Rooney 1 point.  A fantastic amount of scores which were helped by the very good passing by the whole team. Our man of the match was James Mulcahy who played superb in the half back line.

Report by Billy Scully




League v Courcey Rovers in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 20th April 2013

Carrigtwohill 5-5 Courcey Rovers 1-2

Carrig Fe 12 hurlers had a great win against Courcey Rovers, who put up a great fight. Despite playing against the wind Carrig lead at half time thanks to a goal by Cian Thornton. In the second half Sean Walsh came on and scored 4-1. He was the man of the match. John Carroll, Adam Walsh and David Rooney also scored points. The Carrig half backs played very well, especially James Mulcahy, who pushed Sean Walsh very close for man of the match.

Report by Adam Walsh.




League v Cloughduv in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 6th April 2013

Carrigtwohill 0-5 Cloughduv 4-3

Match Reporter - Adrian Browne Hopes of a good start to the Fe-12 hurling league campaign unfortunately did not materialise for Carrigtwohill on this fine Saturday afternoon. Despite great effort from the Carrigtwohill players, their lack of hurling match practise showed and Cloughduv were the stronger team on this occasion.

However, the Carrigtwohill team displayed some fine hurling skills and fought hard until the end. Darren Flynn rightly deserved the man of the match for his superb performance as a defender throughout the game. Carrigtwohill will learn from their mistakes and remain optimistic going forward to the next game.




Alan Thornton – 086 1263497. Dom Rooney – 087 9411106. Frank Hannigan – 086 8280077







7th September Pat Horgan Memorial Tournament Various Click here for report
31st August Challenge St. Vincents St. Vincents 0-1 Carrigtwohill 1-2
13th July League Fr O'Neill's Carrigtwohill 4-5 Fr O'Neill's 4-9
18th May League Youghal Carrigtwohill 5-12 Youghal 1-4
4th May League Glenville Glenville 6-5 Carrigtwohill 2-2


All players expected to attend all games.

  • Training sessions need to be attended on a regular basis.
  • Hurling sessions require a hurley, helmet and shingaurds – one of these missing means you cannot play.
  • Football sessions require shingaurds and a mouthgaurd – mouthgaurd is a must, new GAA rule. Mouthgaurds are available in Centra by the counter for €8. A player without a mouthgaurd can be sent off by the referee.
  • All players have been spoken to regarding their conduct at training and matches, especially when they are travelling representing
    the club.
  • This league programme is fairly heavy going so help with lifts to games will be needed and all parents will be expected to share
    the burden.


Pat Horgan Memorial Tournament in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 7th September 2013

Carrigtwohill 5-7 Kilmurry 2-3

Pat Horgan Memorial Tournament Carrig started off their highly anticipated football tournament against a strong group from Kilmurry. The Kilmurry lads started the brighter and caught the Carrig lads on the hop as they added a goal and a point early on. The Carrig lads regained their composure and started to impose themselves on the game. Sean Walsh added a goal and a few points. Carrig ran out winners by a fair margin as the lads began to take all scoring opportunities as the game wore on. Man of the Match for Carrig was Billy Scully, being pushed close by the excellent Niall Hannigan, James Mulcahy and Adrian Browne, with James Barry doing a great job in goal.

Team List: J. Barry; S. de Burca; C. Horgan; C. Flynn; D. Sullivan; J. Mulcahy; N. Hannigan; A. Grey; A. Browne; J. Aherm; D. Rooney; B. Scully; G. Yeriskin; A. Walsh; D. Flynn; S. Walsh; C. Thornton (C); C. Carroll; J. Carroll.


Carrigtwohill 3-8 Donoughmore 1-2

This was a much improved performance from our first outing and the lads produced a very impressive standard of football that the Donoughmore lads found it hard to deal with from the outset. The addition of John Carroll to the midfield made a big difference and Adrian Browne was getting some very nice scores. In the second half Carrig put on some of their substitutes and they did equally well and finished the game very strongly. This was a great performance and the Man of the Match was Adrian Browne. The best on display for Carrig were Niall Hannigan, Darren Flynn, David Rooney and Joe Ahern.


Final - Carrigtwohill 6-6 Fr O'Neill's 2-2

The lads had worked very hard to get to this final and the message from the management team was to go out and win this game for themselves and the excellent effort they had put in over the previous three weeks. They began well and got on the score board with three early points. However as the game approached half time the Fr O Neills lad got a goal and a pint in quick succession. This left our lads with their heads down at half time. Having missed out on the Sean Twomey, the Sciath na Scoil and some were involved in the Fe 13 County Final defeat it was vital that these lads held their nerves and pushed on to win this.


Just after half time Fr O'Neills were awarded a penalty. James Barry stood his ground and according to himself headed the ball over the bar. This lifted the lads and pushed on magnificently and went on to win by a comfortable margin. Carrig best were Niall Hannigan, Sean Walsh and Adam Walsh. Carrig's best player over the three games was an easy pick. Niall Hannigan was class from start to finish and he was an easy pick. All the lads deserve great credit for their effort and their application to the game over the previous three weeks. The lads would like to thank Niall MacCarthy for the team talk before their first game. Carrig Abu.


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Challenge v St. Vincents in Pairc Uinsinn Naofa on Saturday 31st August 2013

St. Vincents 0-1 Carrigtwohill 1-2

This was a warm up game played prior to the Patrick Horgan Memorial Tournament for the lads to get used to playing together in the positions they were being asked to play in. The lads started very brightly and got two early points on the board against the Northside boys. Carrig were keeping possession very well but just not putting the scores on the board to reflect this. Vincent's got a point early in the second half and began brightly and put our lads under a lot of pressure and we started to lose shape a bit. The lads then regrouped and Adrian Browne got a great goal to settle the affair for Carrig. A very good game for the lads for their preparations for the Pat Horgan Tournament and both teams were very strong on the day.



League v Fr O'Neill's in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 13th July 2013

Carrigtwohill 4-5 Fr O'Neill's 4-9

We had an intense match. Although we were missing some players, the boys worked hard to fill the gaps. The back line was solid for most of the match conceding very little but in the final few minutes Fr. O'Neill's broke through and got a few scores to win the match. Near the end we had a rally of attacks and got several scores in a ten minute period. In the end there were four points in it and we lost the match. David Rooney scored 2-2, Cian Thornton scored 0-3 and Niall Hannigan scored 2-0. David Rooney got the man of the match award and scoring 2-2 it's not a mystery why.
Team- C Thornton, S de Burca, C Flynn, J Barry, N Hannigan, D Rooney, C Horgan, C Carroll, D Sullivan, B Scully, A Walsh, J Hanlon.
Reporter - Niall Hannigan



League v Youghal in Carrigtwohill on Saturday 18th May 2013

Carrigtwohill 5-12 Youghal 1-4

With Carrigtwohill Fe 12 footballers looking to pick up their first win in the tournament viewers were not disapppointed. Carrig started really well scoring point after point, including a beautiful point from Cillian Carroll from a massively tight angle. James Mulcahy also scored a brilliant point from the halfway line after bursting past Youghal players. Youghal managed a few chances but only managed to get two points in the first half. With David Rooney, Sean Walsh and Gary Yeriskin winning everything in midfield Carrig went into the halftime break with a strong lead.


Carrig started well in the second half scoring a couple of points. A brilliant free kick from Adam Walsh saw another goal for Carrig. Youghal managed to hit back with one of their own after a while. Just before the end a high ball was put in towards the Youghal goal and Adam Walsh punched the ball down to Gary Yeriskin to put the icing on the cake. Cian Thornton also made some very good saves in goal and the match ended 5-12 to 1-4 to Carrig. John Carroll got the Man of the Match, scoring 2 points and worked very hard to set a few.

Team: C Thornton, D O'Sulllivan, C. Flynn, J Mulcahy, J Barry, D Rooney, S Walsh, G Yeriskin, C Carroll, J. Carroll, A Walsh, N Hannigan.
Reporter - Cormac Flynn



League v Glenville in Glenville on Saturday 4th May 2013

Glenville 6-5 Carrigtwohill 2-2

Carrigtwhoill were hoping that they could kick off their first football match in style, but that did not happen. Unfortunately they lost but almost came back in the second half with 2 goals by Sean Walsh and John Carroll. Adrian Browne showed great courage and got man of the match. There were a few more players who played well, with the two keepers making some good saves. The captain Niall Hannigan kept his teams hopes up by setting up a point and a goal.

Reporter - Cian Thornton


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