Having defeated Midleton on the 19th of January in the sem-final,
Youghal completed the job when defeating Cóbh in the final of the 2019
East Cork Junior ''C'' Football Championship at Cóbh on Sunday 26th of
Both teams played outstanding football and were divided by only one
point at the finish.The teams were level at half-time Youghal 0-6 to
Cóbh's 1-3, the goal coming from a penalty just before the short
Youghal again forced the pace in the second half but conceded a second
goal which brought Cóbh back into the game.The decisive score came
about six minutes from the finish when a high ball was fielded by
Elton Goggin, who passed to Ken Dempsey, who, in turn, passed to
Killian Swayne and Killian finished superbly to the back of the net.
1. Pádraig Mac Aodh Pat Mackey
2. Riain Mac Suibhne Riain Mc Sweeney
3. Catha Ó Laochdha ------------------
4. Cionnaith Breathnach Kenneth Walsh
5. Peadar Ó Coirc Peter Kirk
6. Seán de Grás (Captaen) John Grace
7. Tiarnán Mac Cárthaigh Tiarnan Mc Carthy
8. Ciarán Ó Mathúna Ciarán O’ Mahoney
9. Colm Ó Breasláin Colm Breslin
10. Ruairí Mac Mathúna Rory Mc Mahon
11. Breandán Ó Rinn Brendan Ring
12. Dion Ó Donnchú Dion O’ Donoghue
13. Cillian Ó Sabhain Killian Swayne
14. Cionnaith Ó Díomsaigh Ken Dempsey
15. Breandán Ó Colmáin Brendan Coleman
16. Duine Eile -------------------
17. Elton Ó Guagáin Elton Goggin
18. Seán de Smíst Sean Smiddy
19. Órán Ó Finn Oran Finn
20. Leon Mac Óda Leon Coady
21. Oilibhéir Ó Díomsaigh Ollie Dempsey
22. Liam Mac Craith Bill Mc Grath
Roghnóirí: Pádraig Mac Aodh, Eoghan Ó Conchúir, Stiofán Ó Tuama, Liam Ó Laochdha
Garchabhair: Seán de Grás
Lóistíocht: Muiris Ó Cróinín
Urraitheoirí: Super Valu Eochaill
A great day today in Youghal, 2 out of 2!! Congrats to our u 16's for a great win in the p2 league final. They took on County champions Valley rovers and defeted them on a score line of 4 13 to 1 9, a great win for a very worthy team!
Congratulations to our U13 boys who defeated Killeagh on a score line of 3 8 to 13points today! A great game by both teams and thankfully today was Youghals day! A fantastic game of hurling and a never give up attitude by each and everyone of these boys allowed captain Liam Durkin to proudly lift the cup for Youghal! Well done to every player on the panel and to their mentors for all the hard work this season!
Well done to everyone involved, after a day like this, our clubs future looks bright!! Eochaill Abú!
Youghal U12 camogie travelled to Dungourney as part of the league missing a few of our older girls our 13 young ladies lined out against a mostly U12 dungourney team they equipped themselves well in the first half and dominated mid field keeping dungourney at bay backs and forwards worked tirelessly throughout the half and Claire marshelled the goal well going in a point down at half time we were hopeful for and equally impressive second half Dungourney made a few positional changes that proved telling in the second half and with no sub to bring on we were under pressure as the girls were working hard all over the pitch
The result didn’t go our way in the end but we were delighted with the display of determination and never ending spirit shown by this ever improving group !!
Well done girls keep up the training and the results will follow
Team Doireann M, Claire, Lucy Cleo, Lauren, Taylor, Ava, Doireann W, Louise, Mia, Autumn,Amy & Kate
Our u15s got there u15 off to a winning start when they met fr O’Neills In the first round. Both teams where evenly matched and it was nip and tuck until youghal got a goal in the second half, that along with 2 points from frees. Final score youghal 1-7, fr O’Neills 0-5
Team Kate Mccarthy(captain) Rion Walsh, Aine Walsh, Ciara Kennedy, Emma Delaney, Jane savage, Ruby Kennedy, Avril Cashman (0-1) , Carmen Von Ronn Quinn, Aoibhe Daly(0-1), Amy O’Connell(1-05) , Raina landers, aisling Keneally, Makena Von Ron Quinn, Natasha Kilgannon
We played our next round of u15 Sunday away to Aghada. It wasn’t our day and we were Beaton well by a very strong Aghada side. Team Kate Mccarthy(captain), Aine Walsh, Eimear O’Regan, Ruby Kennedy, Avril Cashman(1-01), Jess Kelly, Carmen Von Ronn Quinn, Amy O’Connell(0-2) Natasha Kilgannon, Makena Von Tom Quinn, Raina landers, Emma Delaney, Ciara Kennedy.
We met St catherines in the 3rd round on monday last. The girls played well and where well ahead at the final whistle
Team:Kate Mccarthy, Jess Kelly, Aine Walsh, Ruby Kennedy(1-01), Jane Savage, Eimear O'Regan, Rion Walsh (1-1), Avril Cashman(1-01) Carmen Von Ronn Quinn, Aisling Kenneally, Amy O'Connell(2-06), Ciara Kennedy, Emma Delaney (0-02), Natasha Kilgannon, Raina Landers(0-01), Sorcha Kilgannon, Makena Von Ronn Quinn (0-01)
our last round of the u15 league we met Sars. We were very evenly match but due to a lucky sars goal were 5 down at the break. Credit to the girls they put up a serious challenge and never gave up. They played with pride and done the jersey proud. Well done girls.
Kate McCarthy, Jess Kelly, Eimear O’Regan, Ashling Kenneally, Carmen Von Ron Quinn, Ciara Kennedy, Avril Cashman, Rion Walsh, Ruby Kennedy, Raina Landers, Amy O’Connell(1-04), Emma Delany(1-01)Makena Von Ron Quinn( 1-00)Rachel Murray
Depleted in Numbers due to injury's we fielded with a very young team, but that didn't stop them. The girls fought tremendously against a very physical side, and they never gave up, unfortunatley we fell short and the win went to Enniskeane.
Team: Aine Walsh, Ruby Kennedy, Eimear O'Regan, Aisling Kenneally, Rebecca Geary, Ciara Kennedy, Rion Walsh, Avril Cashman (0-01(, Riana Landers, Carmen Von Ronn Quinn, Aoibhe Daly (2-0), Makena Von Ronn Quinn Emma Delany, Amy O'Connell (0-04), Rachel Murray.
This year we entered a junior lge team to get game time for more players. The team played in Div 4 of the lge and have 3 games left to play.The junior team play in the c grade championship and have their first outing against Glenbower Rovers next Thursday. Like all lower grade competitions in East Cork this year they are all been played on the round Robin format.
With the Cork Senior teams out of competition now it will be all systems go in the next few weeks as the club championship kicks in ,so a busy few weeks ahead.
Like our intermediate hurling team,the football league has also concluded with Youghal finishing bottom of DIV 5.
Overall the team have been competitive and lost some of their games narrowly.Sometimes no's were small for games given management no options as they couldn't make changes .It is also hard to get rhythm when you have a different team and no consistency during the league.
With the league done and dusted for another year ,it is now time to concentrate on Championship, if we want to prolong our season and progress to the latter rounds like last year. Next round of championship is against Millstreet and will be played on the August weekend.
This team are probably the most difficult to organise as with most of the team playing minor, junior and intermediate it's hard to get them together as a unit.This year they will have three games in the championship as it is a round Robin competition. The team played Carrigtwohill in the first round and put in a very gutsy performance. Youghal gave as good as they got and led at half time.The second half was very tight and with 10 mins to go the sides were level.Carrig kicked on in those final mins and ran out winners after a very gallant performance by the Youghal lads.
Fifteen players togged out on the night and hopefully the next night a few more players will be avaliable to give the management some options off the bench.Next game is against Watergrasshill and will be coming up shortly
Under the guidance of 3 current players the junior team are going well and won there 4 league games to date.The team are playing in Div 3 of the East Cork lge and the aim is to try get promoted from Div 3 for this year.
Fielding a blend of youth and experience performances have been good so far.
The team came up short against Carrigtwohill in a very tight championship game played recently 1-14/1-15 been the final score.EOCHAILL missed a few handy frees on the night and some day we might learn that referees don't change their minds and players need to get on with it.The team meet St.Catherines in the next round of championship and have 3 games left to play in the league,where hopefully they can get to a final and more importantly, get promoted to Div 2 for next year.