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Cobh GAA Notes – 23.05.14



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Cúl Camp 2014
The Cobh GAA Club Cúl Camp will run this summer from 30th June to 4th July. The camp is open to 6 to 13 year olds of all skill levels to learn the skills of the gaelic games in a fun and child friendly way. All participants of the camp will receive a free GAA kit and bag. For more information see

Cobh Presented with Lee Flag Award
Cobh were presented with the Bronze Lee Flag Award this week. The award was given to the club for it’s commitment to coaching & development of juvenile. As part of the award the club were given a grant which will we be put towards bettering the coaching projects and will benefit the club in the short and long term.[cid:a54ea91f-fcdf-4ff9-a0b5-48bbc70eb995]
Junior A East Cork Championship win over Fr O’Neills
A resplendent Rostellan basking in the evening sun hosted a fine game of football played by two honest sides that gave everything.
While it was Cobh who opened the scoring almost from the throw in from the boot of Jack Ronan it was the Aghavine side that bossed the half. O’Neill’s young forwards made full use of the strong breeze to their backs and applied pressure on the Cobh goal and it finally told when Cillian Broderick rattled the net just before we left the opening quarter after a Padraig McMahon point. Rob Cullinane put O’Neill’s four clear on the 17th minute as they turned the screw but were guilty of three missed frees gave Cobh an opening and how they took it after going 21 minutes without a score, three points followed in as many minutes two coming from full forward Martin Carroll. McMahon replied but Cian Spriggs had the last say to see Cobh an unlikely two points down at the brake 1-3 to 0-4.

Within seconds of the restart Brian Ahern made it a one point game, then a minute later the sides were level as the impressive Aidan O’Rourke landed a beauty. The pace of the game upped considerably. Then on the 36th minute Cobh’s Martin Carroll got his marching orders as a black card followed an earlier yellow, but how Cobh responded it was point for point as O’Neill’s would lead only to be reeled in again. Then three points on the trot put Cobh in the driving seat with five minutes remaining. O’Neill’s tried hard to get back on terms but Cobh had all the answers and go into the quarter finals for the first time in a good few years when they play Carrigtwohill at the end of July.

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