Club News 17th April 2019 - 17/04/2019

Two Ilen Rover"s goals had Rangers behind from early on in the first half of their opening game in the Cork Senior Football Championship ,a game that ended in defeat for Rangers,  full time score ,Carbery Rangers1-09 Ilen Rovers 2-09. 
Playing with the aid of a strong wind, Rangers found themselves 2-01 to 0-03 behind after thirteen minutes. Ilen goaled on the fourth minute and their second on the thirteenth was saved initially by Rangers keeper Ronan Milner but Ilen scored the rebound. At half time it was Ilen who lead 2-02 to Rangers 0-04 with the influential John O Rourke kicking three points.
Ilen kicked the first three points of the second half though Ross were unlucky when Mark Hodnett's shot at goal hit the post, and Ilen were seven points ahead before  Rangers began to  play better football. John Hayes, who couldn't start due to injury, was introduced and Ilen's lead was down to two after he pointed and Daragh Hayes scored a great goal. Further points from John O Rourke and John Hayes aswell as two from Ilen meant it was a two point game for much of the end of the second half and the goal that Rangers needed never came and just before the final whistle Ilen got the final point of the match to give them a three point win.

Team, Ronan Milner, Mick O Donovan, Tom O Rourke, Jerry O Riordain, Brian Shanahan, Paudie Hodnett, Cathal Hennessy, Mark Hodnett 0-01F, James FitzPatrick, Alan Jennings, Patrick Hurley, Brian Hodnett, Chris O Donovan, John O Rourke 0-04, Daragh Hayes 1-01. Subs John Hayes 0-03F,  Seamus Hayes, Robbie Kiely, Robert Hegarty, Peter Og Hill.

The draw for the next round of the championship takes place on May 28th.

Carbery Rangers GAA Club  U16s had a good win, away to  Aghada in the Premier 2 U-16 Football League, full time score, Carbery Rangers 2-08 Aghada 0-11.
Peadar O Rourke opened the scoring for Rangers and with Seamus O Mahony and Peadar O Rourke   both scoring  goals , Ross had the lead at half time 2-03 to 0-08.
Ross continued to play the better football and fine points from Peadar O Rourke,  Jack Kevane,  Ciaran Santry , Conor Twomey and Seamus O Mahony saw them hold on to win 2-08 to 0-11.

Team Darragh Twomey,  Patrick Daly,  Michael Maguire, Killian Eady, Andrew Whelton, Niall Keane,  Seamus O Mahony 1-01 Jack Kevane 0-01 Darragh Calnan Sam Linehan  Peadar O Rourke  1-03 Andrew Kevane Ryan Hayes Conor Twomey 0-01  Ciaran Santry 0-02.
Subs: Ronan Hayes,Gearoid o Donovan, Ben Linehan.

Junior A Football Championship, Carbery Rangers V Diarmuid O Mathunas, Sunday April 21st in Rossmore at 5-45pm.

The draws were made for the U21 A County Football Championship and in the preliminary round , Carbery Rangers will play St Michaels on May 4th.

Following on from the huge success of the combined training of underage boys and girls last year, training has begun for Carbery Rangers and Rosscarbery Ladies Under 6's and 8's in Newtown on Saturdays at 10am. 
New members are always welcome and registration forms are available at training or you can also register online for CarberyRangers on their website, 
The Under 8's took part in a Monster U8's Blitz in Clonakilty on Saturday last. Well done to all those involved.

Congratulations to James Cussen  Burgatia,  who won this week's Carbery Rangers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot of €6600.
The numbers drawn were 9, 26, 43.
Next week's jackpot is €3000 and the draw takes place in Nolan's Bar.

Carbery Rangers wish Mary Hurley, Caherbeg, the best of luck this weekend when she plays with The Irish Universities Ladies Aussie Rules International Football Team against England in Dublin on Sunday.

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