League v Midleton on 11th April 2008 Carrigtwohill 4-8 Midleton 3-3 These two teams over the last two years have given us a couple of local debries in both hurling and football, were both teams were not lacking in commitment. This match had total commitment from both set of players and at half time Midleton […]
League v Bishopstown on 7th April 2008 Carrigtwohill 3-16 v Bishopstown 0-06 Carrigtwohill disappointed in losing to Agahda, Carrigtwohill went about making ammends by returning to wining ways and played a good brand of football. At half time Carrigtwohill were leading to 1-09 to 0-2, and ran out winners on a scoreline of 3-16 to […]
League v Aghada on 4th April 2008 Carrigtwohill 4-8 Aghada 6-4 This was the old cliché, a game of two halfs. In the first half Agahda dominate and lead on a scoreline of 6-3 to 0-07. In the second half Carrigtwohill become the dominate force, but Agahda won a scoreline of 6-4 to 4-8. Panel […]
League v Youghal on 1st April 2008 Carrigtwohill 4-6 v Youghal 0-3 Carrigtwohill came out of the blocks with all guns firing and never gave Youghal a channce to get into any stride. At half time Carrigtwohill were leading on a scoreline of 2-5 to 0-1. In the second half Carrigtwohill kept up the pressure […]
Championship v Fr O’Neill’s in Ballymacoda on Sunday 11th March 2008 Fr O Neills 1-08 Carrigtwohill 0-09 Carrig’s first championship game of the year took place on Sunday last the 11th of March in Ballymacoda against Fr O Neills. Carrig took a few minutes to get up to speed with the game and were 2 […]
Challenge v Glen Rovers on 23rd February 2008 Carrigtwohill 5-1 Glen Rovers 1-2 Our Fé 12 Hurlers had their first outing of the year with a challenge games against the Glen Rovers. The match started off with a hetic pace with both teams and the Carrig team with hit when the Glen score an early […]
On Friday the 17th of March 2006 Carrigtwohill GAA Club held their annual dinner dance in the Midleton Park hotel. A large attendance enjoyed a great night, a lovely dinner and danced the night away to Joe Mac and his band. Several awards were given to Carrigtwohill players and members for their contribution to the […]
Very first Carrigtwohill GAA golf fundraiser 1990, a one-day golf marathon on three different courses in which Eddie O’Riordan, Ollie O’Brien, Seamus Cotter and Liam Walsh all played.