Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Weekly Notes - 28th September 2015

Oola Weekly Lotto, 28 September 2015. Numbers drawn 11. 15. 17. 20. There was no winner. Next week Jackpot is 8,600.
Match 3’s – Josh Ryan Oola, Kathleen & Patsy Ryan Oola, Veronica Keenan Oola, Darren Keys Chapel Lane,
Lucky Dips- Mary Heuston Cappamore, Veronica Martin Oola, Geraldine Bourke Amy Hogan Oola.
Promotors – Annemarie O’Brien & Hogan’s Bar.

Intermediate County Final -
Oola V Claughan in Caherconlish 10th Oct at 2pm

Intermediate Championship – Oola 3-08 St Senans 1-10
Oola faced St Senans in Kilmallock on Saturday last in the Intermediate County Semi Final.
St Senans got off to a great start scoring 1-2 inside 8 minutes.  Josh Ryan opened Oola’s scoring with a point from a free.  St Senans scored 2 further points leaving Oola under pressure with a score line of 1-5 to 1 point after 20 minutes.  Ian Bourke brought Oola back into the game scoring a point and a goal from play.  U21 hurling player of the year
Richie English was introduced in the 20th minute for Fiachra O’Grady and made an immediate impact scoring a point from play. 2 more points from St Senans left the half time score at Oola 1-3 St Senans 1-7
As Oola started the second half 4 points down, Ian Bourke got Oola off the mark within the first minute with an important point from play. St Senans scored a point before Oola converted the next 3 scores, a free from the boot of Josh Ryan and 2 points from play from Pakie and Keith Bourke. A goal from Richie English put Oola in front for the first time in the match. 5 minutes later the experienced Pakie Bourke put the ball in the back of the net.   With 10 minutes remaining Oola led 3-7 to 1-9. Both Oola and St Senans scored a point each in the final stages, Oola’s point coming from Pakie Bourke.
A great team effort meant Oola finished the match 3-08 to St Senans 1-10.
Oola now face Claughan in the County Final on Saturday 10th October in Caherconlish at 2pm. Oola GAA
wishes the players and management team the best of luck in the final.  Support for the lads next Saturday is greatly appreciated.
Team: Kevin Nolan, Shane Whelan, Jamie Heuston, Fiachra O’Grady, Stephen Ryan, Eoin Fitzgibbon, Denny Moloney, Josh Ryan (0-2),  Conor Ryan, John Bourke, Ian Bourke (1-2), Keith Bourke (0-1), Pakie Bourke (1-2), Darragh O’Donovan, Daniel Quirke.
Subs: Richie English (1-1) for Fiachra O’Grady, Darragh Stapleton for Conor Ryan, Raymond Ryan for Daniel Quirke.

East Minor Football Final – Oola 5-07 Pallasgreen 1-9
The Oola minors had a good win over neighbours Pallasgreen in the Final of the East A Minor football championship. Played in Kilteely Oola started well, taking control of in most areas of the field. Ivan O Dwyer was impressive at wing pack, while the Oola Full back kept a dangerous Pallasgreen full forward line at bay and with Tadgh Whelan and Eoghan McNamara in good form in the middle of the field Oola had a platform which
allowed them to gain a lead they never lost.  A good supply of ball lead to forwards Barry Murphy, Jamie Heuston registering goals. In the second half Oola really took control with full forward Jamie Heuston rounding off a man of the match performance, scoring a total of 3-3 in the game and "Small" Jack Ryan  getting Oola's other goal. After the game captain Thomas Hayes accepted the Cup on behalf of the team from East Board Official Bernard Greene.
The team now qualify for the County Semi-final against the City Champions.
Oola teams as follows: Josh Ryan, Tom Nihill, William O’Mahony, Christy O Grady, Brian McPartland, Thomas Hayes (Capt.), Ivan O Dwyer, Tadgh Whelan, Eoghan McNamara, Dubhan O Grady, Barry Murphy, Jack Ryan (Doon), Brian Barron, Jamie Heuston, Jack Ryan (Oola), Mikey O Dwyer, Caolán Hennessey, Mikey O Brien, Liam Cummins

Congratulations to the Doon players, Richie English, Darragh O’Donovan, Pat Ryan who were named on the U21 team of the year.  Also big congratulations to Richie English on being name U21 Player of the Year a great achievement.