Path To County Final

Seandún Junior A Football Championship 2010

1st Round
Passage v White’s Cross 1-7 to 0-20

3rd Round
White’s Cross v Douglas 3-9 to 0-6

1/4 Final
White’s Cross v Rathpeacon 3-16 to 0-4

Semi-Final
Nemo Rangers v White’s Cross 1-7 to 1-10

Final
White’s Cross v St Finbarr’s 0-15 to 3-6
Replay White’s Cross v St Finbarr’s 0-18 to 1-9

Imokilly Junior A Football Championship 2010

1st Round
Aghada 1-11 Cloyne 2-07

2nd Round
Cloyne 1-08 Carrigtwohill 0-07

3rd Round
Cloyne 1-08 Lisgoold 0-08

1/4 Final
Cloyne 2-07 Glanmire 0-12

Semi-Final
Cloyne 1-11 Carraig na bhFear 1-08

Final
Cloyne 0-09 Erins Own 1-04

Junior A County

1/4 Final
White’s Cross v Gabriel Rangers 1-11 to 1-9
Urhan v Cloyne 1-4 to 1-8

Semi-Final
White’s Cross v Mitchelstown 0-10 to 0-6
Cloyne v Lyre 0-7 to 0-6

Previous Meetings
County 1/4 Final: 20/9/08 5:30 v Cloyne @ Carraig na bhFear 0-10 to 0-11
County 1/4 Final: 10/10/09 7:00 v Cloyne @ Carrigtwohill 1-10 to 1-7

The list below is lsit of people involved on Sunday. (List taken from the County Semi Final) We wish everyone of them the best of luck. They have done the club proud and lets do our best to drive the club onto even more succes.

1. Billy Sheahan
2. John O’ Connell
3. James Cooney
4. Brian Murphy
5. Donal Kelly
6. Eoin Murnane
7. Paddy O Brien
8. Murt Kelleher
9. Denis O Regan
10. Conor Buckley (Captain)
11. Edwin Buckley
12. Paul O Sullivan
13. Ken O Keeffe
14. Stuart Kiely
15. Dylan Burke
16. Michael Osborne
17. Kevin Buckley
18. Kevin Fennessy
19. Sean Gorman
20. Sean Keane
21. Conor Kelleher
22. Jonathan Kenneally
23. Thomas Meade
24. Brendáin Murnane
25. Donnacha Murnane
26. Sean Murnane
27. Derek O Connor

Trainer: Finbarr Kiely
Selectors: Finbarr Kiely, TC Buckley & Michael O Callaghan
First Aid: Jason Kelly & Tim Mulcahy

Glanmire Sports Award for White’s Cross GAA

Congratulations to White’s Cross GAA, who recently received the Fitzgerald’s Vienna Woods Hotel Glanmire and District Sports Award for September in recognition of their 3-in-a-row City Division Junior Football Championship victory. White’s Cross will now meet Cloyne in the Evening Echo County Junior A Football Final on October 31st.

Michael Magner presents the award to Pat Reid, Chairman White’s Cross GAA. Included are Cllr Gerry Kelly; Ger Lane, County Board PRO; Dermot Whooley, President White’s Cross and Conor Buckley, captain Junior football team.
(Photo courtesy Mike English)

JAF County Semi Final Report

History-seeking White’s Cross make the final push
White’s Cross 0-10 Mitchelstown 0-6
By Denis Hurley
Monday, October 11, 2010(Irish Examiner on line and printed edition)

HAVING won four of the last five City division junior football titles, White’s Cross have taken the next step to reach a first county final in the grade after prevailing against Mitchelstown at Watergrasshill on Saturday.

In a game where the strong wind meant that the game was marred as a spectacle, two scoring bursts proved to be sufficient for the city side, for whom midfielder Denis O’Regan and attacking sub Sean Keane were excellent.

While they did well against the wind for the bulk of the first-half, defending solidly, Mitchelstown found it more difficult to cope with the elements at their back in the second period, and while the half-time deficit of three points was cut to one, a vital levelling score could not be found.

Early on, the north Cork side hit the ground running, Anthony O’Brien pointing inside two minutes, and though it took until the 16th minute for that lead to be doubled through Shane Beston, they were well on top.

White’s Cross were far too laboured in their build-ups and when scoring chances were attempted, they were not taken.

O’Regan and Murt Kelleher were getting on top in midfield though and a salvo of five points in five minutes, the pick of them from Paul O’Sullivan, put them in a good position.

A Ken O’Keeffe free extended the lead to 0-6 to 0-2 in injury time, but Mitchelstown ensured that they were still in contention at the break as Eoin Burke’s point after a well-worked move left three between the teams.

O’Regan pushed White’s Cross ahead early in the second half after prolonged possession, but it would their last score until the 57th minute. In between though, Mitchelstown could only manage three points, from Dave Moher, Padraig Donegan and Anthony O’Brien, as scoring opportunities were wasted by them.

White’s Cross were missing chances too but had the cushion of the lead, though they were forced to play the last quarter with only 14 men after the dismissal of captain Conor Buckley for a second booking.

It did not unduly affect the Seandún team, however, and they finished stronger, Dylan Burke with a good points following sustained pressure and two more from O’Keeffe, one a free, rubber-stamped their passage into the decider.

Scorers for White’s Cross: K O’Keeffe 0-4 (0-2f); O’Regan, C Buckley, E Buckley, P O’Sullivan, D Burke, S Keane 0-1 each.

Mitchelstown: A O’Brien 0-2; E Burke, D Moher, S Beston, P Donegan 0-1 each.

WHITE’S CROSS: B Sheehan; J O’Connell, J Cooney, B Murphy; D Kelly, E Murnane, P O’Brien; M Kelleher, D O’Regan; D Murnane, C Buckley, P O’Sullivan; K O’Keeffe, S Kiely, E Buckley.

Subs: S Keane for Kiely (25), D Burke for O’Sullivan (48), K Buckley for D Murnane (57).

MITCHELSTOWN: P Horgan; J Finn, K O’Gorman, D Lynch; E Burke, C Courtney, F Herlihy; D Dineen, L O’Flynn; D Nugent, A O’Brien, S Beston; D Moher, P Donegan, S Cahill.

Subs: S Coughlan for Lynch (18, injured), M Shinnick for Courtney (39, injured), S Maher for Nugent (44), G Carroll for Moher (50), P Molloy for Dineen (60).

Referee: D. O’Leary (Watergrasshill).

This story appeared in the printed version of the Irish Examiner Monday, October 11, 2010