Club News of 23rd September - 2018-09-24 14:40:00

Club Lotto no winner

Numbers 3,6,14

€40 to Teddy Sweetnam Kilgobbin, Mary & Briain Nyhan Lispatrick, Cara Hayes Lispatrick

Jackpot €5,100

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U16 Football Championship Semi Final
Courcey Rovers 1-18
Castlelyons 1-04
Our u16 footballers advanced to the East final after a strong performance and a comprehensive win over Castlelyons.
Aaron Deasey, Oisin McCarthy, Jason Russell, Patrick Molloney, Luke Mulcahy, Paul O Riordain, Colin Roche, Jack O Donovan, Brian White, Michael O Riordain, Luke Cosgrave, Daniel O Donovan, Jack Roche, Subs used. Nathan Hurley, Billy McSweeny, John Galvin, Mike Harrington.  They will play Raonuithe na Gael there is no date or time yet.

The u14's play St Colmans in the Football semifinal the other semi final is St Catherines vs Crosshaven.


We are involved in a 3 way play off (Courceys/Castlelyons/Kilworth) for the league final vs Ballinhassig.  We will have to play Kilworth to decide who plays Ballinhassig the winner of which will be promoted to the Senior League.  Bandon & Carrigtwohill are relegated from the Senior league to division 1.  Blarney & Watergrasshill are relegated to division 2 with either Carrigaline or Ballincollig to be promoted to division 1.

P.I.H.C Courceys 1-15 Castleylons 0-14 we now will play Valley Rovers in the semi final.  The lads won a hard fought game it was nip and tuck all the way.    Hopefully the Valley's game will be played in day light hours.  It is on the championship programe for the weekend of 6th/7th Oct.

Our junior hurlers are down to play Valley's in the Carrigdhoun Junior Final on Saturday next at 6pm in Belgooly.

U12 F.L. Courceys 7-4 Killeagh 4-5

Senior Camogie Courceys 1-11 Killeagh 0-7

match report from Cork Camogie

Their  Junior Ladies Football Team were also scheduled to play a County Semi Final at 5pm yesterday but had to take the decision not to fullfill the fixture as the CLFC would not change the fixture.    19 of their r senior players are dual players. Since they  discovered the clash football management have been exhausting all avenues with the Ladies Football County board, however the only offer we have  received is for the match to be at 5pm on the same day. The camogie match finished at 3.45 yesterday.  It would not have been acceptable in any sport to ask players to travel and play another match 75 minutes later.   Their appeal for a new fixture was unfortunately rejected but we have not lost hope that a new fixture could be agreed.