U14 Championship Final 01/09/2018 Inny Gaels V Walterstown
INNY GAELS 2018 Results and Fixtures
Under 12 League Results
Round 1. INNY GAELS 0-20 Drumconrath/Meath Hill 0-06
Rd 2. Carnaross 0-13 INNY GAELS 0-13
Rd 3. INNY GAELS w/o St Michael's
Rd 4 Ballinlough 0-09 INNY GAELS 0-18
Rd 5 Oldcastle 0-21 INNY GAELS 0-11
INNY GAELS v Carnaross in semi-final on Wednesday 13th at Ballinacree.
Under 14 League Results
Round 1. INNY GAELS 3-10 Ballivor 3-06
Rd 2. St Mary's 3-11 INNY GAELS 2-12
Rd 3. Dunshaughlin 6-13 INNY GAELS 8-07
Rd 4. INNY GAELS 4-12 Ballinlough 4-04
Rd 5. Castletown 5-12 INNY GAELS 6-11
Rd 6 INNY GAELS 8-11 Gaeil Colmcille 6-03
Rd 7 INNY GAELS 5.15 Cortown/St Ultans 0.02.
Semi Final INNY GAELS 3.10 Ballinlough 0.5
FINAL INNY GAELS 2.4 Castletown 3.5
Photos from Final
Semi Final Photographs
2017 Inny Gaels End of Season Report
Inny Gaels long season ended on a high on Thursday evening the 9th of November in Dunganny with an impressive performance in the U-13 League Final versus Ballivor. Inny Gaels started the match at a blistering pace and through disciplined defending and silky attacking skills stunned Ballivor to lead at halftime by 3-06 to 0-02.
More of the same followed in the second period and despite Ballivor rallying in the late stages we held on to win on a scoreline of 4-11 to 1-08
Path to the Final
Round 1. Inny Gaels 6-16 Ballinabrackey 6-08
Round 2. Castletown 2-13 Inny Gaels 1-08
Round 3. Inny Gaels 4-13 Ballivor 2-14
Round 4. Rathkenny 4-09 Inny Gaels 4-19
Round 5. Inny Gaels W/O Dunsany
Semi-final inny Gaels 3-10 Rathkenny 4-04
U-13 Team: Aaron Goldrick; Leo McCann, Bobby Masterson; Philip Carroll, Ciaran Russell, Fergal Flynn; Luke Blake, Fergal Ingram; Mark Gibney, Dylan Briody, Cian Blake; Ivan Carroll, Darragh Tuite. Subs. Christy Govern, Ray Kelly, Padraig Browne, Rory Collins, Conor Gibney, Patrick Smyth, Tadgh Coyle, Ruiri Smyth, Cian Higgins, Nathan Gibney, Tommy Russell, Paul Cronin.
Earlier on in the season our U-14’s tasted success in the Spring League also with a victory over Ballivor on final day in Dunganny. This was a memorable victory as we overcame a very physically strong side who led at half-time on a scoreline of 1-08 to our 0-05. Incredibly in an inspiring second-half display in which our players displayed tremendous grit, determination and skill we held Ballivor scoreless in that period while scoring 8 points ourselves to seal victory on a 0-13 to 1-08 scoreline.
Path to the Final
Round 1. Inny Gaels 0-10 Ballivor 1-07
Round 2. Clan na Gael 1-05 Inny Gaels 4-11
Round 3. Ballinlough 1-07 Inny Gaels 3-14
Round 4. Inny Gaels 4-16 St Vincents/Curraha 0-05
Round 5. Inny Gaels W/O Rathkenny
U-14 Team: Aaron Goldrick; Leo McCann, Mark Gibney(St B), Bobby Masterson; Ciaran Russell, Ivan Clarke, Philip O Dowd; Emmanuelle Abu, Fergal Ingram; Mark Gibney(Moy), Luke Blake, Cian Blake; Sean Reilly, Dylan Briody, Ivan Carroll Subs- Patrick Smyth, Darragh Tuite, Kevin Romanick, Thomas Sheridan, Conor Gibney.
Many thanks to all who helped in any way and took part in our Cycle fundraiser in July which turned out to be a massive success, your support was greatly appreciated.
2018 will be a busy year in the Inny Gaels setup as alongside normal competition we are taking part and hosting a team in the Feile Peile na nOg (Meath, Louth and Down) Tournament which takes place on the weekend of June 28th,29th,July 1st.
Inny Gaels U 12 Report
On Thursday 1st June our U12s headed for Pairc Tailteann to take on Oldcastle in the final of the Spring League. On our way to the final we had overcome Carnaross, Drumconrath/Meath Hill, Ballinlough and St Michaels with one defeat coming from our Final opponents Oldcastle. Coming second in the group we again faced St Michaels in our semi final and in a tough encounter we overcame St Michaels by six points. After heavy rainfall all day conditions were greasy but both teams served up an enthralling contest befitting of a final played in our County grounds.
Oldcastle started the brighter with two scores which Inny Gaels matched and then hit one to lead with ten minutes gone. Oldcastle then had their purple patch and had six unanswered scores to lead at halftime eight to three. Inny Gaels started the second half with real intent scoring three unanswered before Oldcastle pulled one back. Scores were traded at a rate of two to one to see Inny Gaels trailing by eleven to nine with ten minutes to play. Unfortunately as similar to the first half Oldcastle pulled away for the last ten minutes outscoring us by six points to three to leave the final
score at seventeen to twelve. To say we are so proud of our lads would be an understatement as every one of our panel did themselves, their families and clubs proud as they battled and threw their bodies on the line time and time again against a strong Oldcastle outfit who were unbeaten in their run through the group stages. Well done to Oldcastle with whom many of their panel are friends,
schoolmates and relations of our lads and will no doubt have more encounters with in the future. There is lots more football for our young stars this summer as the Summer League starts up at the end of June. Our panel for the final was
19. Daragh Tuite
Good luck to our U 14s who are in action in their Spring League semi-final versus Rathkenny on Tuesday evening the 6th of June in Moylagh at 7, if anyone can make it your support would be greatly appreciated. We also wish our players from St Fiachs Ballinacree who are involved in the Cumman na bunscoil Final versus Mount Hanover on Saturday next the 10th of June in Pairc Tailteann the best of luck from all at Inny Gaels