St Martins Summer Camp 2019

Leaflets were delivered out through the schools but a couple of people were either out sick or not in school on those dates. Attached is the application form for all those who have not registered to date. I will be away for a time in July if you want to contact me do so through watsapp.

The camp takes place from the 12th to the 16th of August. On Tuesday the 13th the Cul Heros Team will be at the camp with prizes and special offers which can be seen below for those in attendance.



Camp leaflet 2 (dragged) 2 Comic ad ST MARTINS GAA SUMMER CAMP 2019


St Martins Inter County Bounty 2019

Joe Dowling never fear the Inter County Bounty results are here!! After a dramatic conclusion to the Leinster championship with Kilkenny and Wexford emerging as Leinster finalists alongside Dublin who dramatically knocked out 2017 All Ireland champions Galway. Munster will see Tipperary and Limerick face off after emerging from Munster with Cork. TJ Reid and Seamus Callanan are atop the scoring lists from play and it will take a major scoring surge to knock them from the top spots. Its all to play for at the top of the leaderboard going into the Leinster and Munster finals which will be played next weekend.

Excel InterCountyBounty 2019 St Martins

St Martins Inter County Bounty 2019

Welcome back to the St Martins 2019 ICB and after the deplorable hurling we have seen in Munster to date and with Tipperary going so well lets not panic and see what the weekend has in store. Two Carlow men lead the scoring charts from play in Leinster Chris Nolan and James Doyle while in Munster its a 123 for Tipp with Callanan and John McGrath tied at the top. Indeed, Tipp have seven of the top ten scorers from play. All scores and scorers are within the attached Excel.

Excel InterCountyBounty 2019 St Martins

Members Draw Results Jan – May 2019

January 2019

€400                            Rachel Dempsey        Ballyfoyle

€200                            Lillian Egan                  Webbsboro

€100                       Thomas Nolan                 Knockmajor

€100                       Mary Coogan                    Coon East

€50                         Oliver Walsh                    Coolcullen

€50                         Siobhan O’Neill                Coon East

€50                         Mark Reid             Carlow Road

€50                         Larry Maher                      Damerstown


February 2019

€400                       Joe Kelly                           Clorinka

€200                       John Fitzpatrick                Cruttenclough

€100                       Sinead Flynn                    Knockshanbally

€100                       Eddie Butler                     Mothal

€50                         Michael Breen                  Damerstown

€50                         Tom Shore                       Cruttenclough

€50                         Brian Cahill                       Knockshanbally

€50                         Noel Shortall                     Coon East


March 2019

€400                       Noel Darcy                       Coon East

€200                       Mairead Cummins           Corbettstown

€100                       Ann Cantwell                    Clorinka

€100                       Abban Quinn                    Coon West

€50                         Brigid Ryan                      Clorinka

€50                         Amy Feeney                     Clorinka

€50                         Dominic Phelan               Ballyfoyle

€50                         Declan Morrissey             Knockshanbally


April 2019

€400                       Ann Brennan                    Johnswell

€200                       Jimmy Maher                   Muckalee

€100                       Mary Coogan                    Coon East

€100                       Jack Morrissey                 Knockmajor

€50                         Ann Callanan                    Ruthstown

€50                         Mary O’Shea                    Damerstown

€50                         John Rice                         Coolraheen

€50                         John Flynn                        Knockshanbally


May 2019

€400                       Mary Shore                       Cruttenclough

€200                       Maureen Lawlor               Park, Ballyfoyle

€100                       Seamus Tynan                Ballyfoyle

€100                       Ailish Tallis                       Ballyfoyle

€50                         Linda Walsh                     Knockmajor

€50                         Paul Tallis                        Ballyfoyle

€50                         Michael Quirke                 Ballyfoyle

€50                         Ronan Ruane                   Damerstown

St Martin’s Intermediate’s Successful Opening Win

St Martin’s kicked off their 2019 Intermediate league campaign with a good win over Young Irelands Gowran in sunny Palmerstown on Saturday afternoon.  Shane Kinsella put us in front with a free in the 2nd minute followed by a John Maher point from play.  Young Irelands then hit back to draw level and then move ahead.  The first half was a tense enough affair but Martin’s had a good spread of scorers with some good points taken by Jason, Mick, Tom, Luke and Colin.  Gowran were very reliant on the dangerous Paul Holden and Sean Carey.  Half time score was 0-12 to 0-09 to St Martin’s.  Young Ireland got the first score of the second half but Martin’s hit back with the next 4 points by Joe, Colin, John and Brian.  This proved to the difference and we managed to maintain our lead for the remainder of the game.  Score at full time was 0-21 to 0-16.  St Martin’s featured a number of young players making their debut at this level and all of them acquitted themselves very well. 

Team: Colin McGrath, Harry Kealy, Ollie Walsh, Noel Darcy, Brian Byrne, Paddy Nolan, Justin Manning, Mick Morrissey, Shane Kinsella, Brian Coady, Jason Shore, Thomas Breen, John Mulhall, John Maher, Luke Maher.  Subs Used: Joe Maher, Dean Farrell

 Management Team: Paul Brennan, Dermot Lawlor, John Dooley

Replay win

Muckalee with a replay win advanced to the next round against Dicksboro at their own ground. It was the home side that setteled the better and were on top in the first twenty minutes leading 1-5 with the goal coming from Sean Maher. Dicksboro notched four points to leave the score at the break 1-8 to 0-4. Three more points for Dicksboro after the break had them right back in the game but it was Muckalee that came to the fore to finish well on the score line of 2-12 to 0-10. Sean Maher added another goal in the closing moments.

Team Stephen Murphy, James Maher, Noel Darcy, Oliver Walsh, Brian Coady 0-1, Patrick Nolan, Shane Kinsella, Mick Morrissey 0-1, Joe Maher, Tom Breen 0-1, Tom Morrissey 0-3, John Mulhall 0-1, Sean Maher 2-0, Bryan Byrne 0-2, John Maher 0-3

Subs Harry Kealy (used), Jason Shore, David Walsh, Luke Maher, Darragh Quinlan, Robert Shore, Eugene Maher, James Carrigan, Conor Mulhall, Tommy Quirke (inj.)


Selectors Paul Maher, Eoin McGrath, Tom Cullen

Ref. Peter Burke


Draw game

St. James Park was the venue for the Senior Football Championship clash between Muckalee and Dicksboro on a wet and stormy day. Muckalee played against the wind in the first half and led at the break 1-3 to 0-5. The goal coming from Sean Maher and the points from John Maher. Tom Morrissey added a second half goal with points from Thomas Breen Joe Maher and John Maher . Muckalee looked set for victory holding a three point lead with time almost up but Dicksboro goaled to secure a draw when they were awarded a penalty only after Stephen Murphy had saved the initial shot. Result 2-7 each the replay will be in Muckalee. Harry Kealy made his debut at senior level in this game well done.

Team Stephen Murphy, James Maher, Noel Darcy, Shane Kinsella, Mick Morrissey,Patrick Nolan, Jason Shore, Tom Breen 0-1 , Joe Maher 0-1,  Darragh Quinlan,Tom Morrissey 1-0, John Mulhall, Sean Maher 1-0, Brian Byrne, John Maher 0-5

Subs David Walsh (used) ,Harry Kealy (used), Eugene Maher, Luke Maher, James Carrigan, Dean Farrell

Selectors Eoin McGrath, Paul Maher, Tom Cullen.

REf. Gabriel Rafter



Juniors bow out

The Muckalee Junior footballers were drawn away to Tullaroan in the Championship.The home side set the tone of the game with a goal after two minutes and went on to lead at the break 3-8 to 0-2. Paul Maher and Harry Kealy registered the points. The loss of players to the Senior side was a drawback to the team but in fairness to the lads the never gave up right to the end.The scores came from Darragh Quinlan, Dean Farrell, John Joe Kelly and Brandon Sheehan. Result Tullaroan 6-9 Muckalee 0-6

Team John Coonan,Ciaran FitzPatrick, Alan Murphy, Richard O Shea,Darragh Quinlan 0-1, Daniel Comerford, Eoin Murphy, JohnJoe Kelly 0-1, Harry Kealy 0-1, Dean Farrell 0-1, Paul Maher0-1, Conor Mulhall, Danny Quirke, Robert Shore, Eugene Maher,

Subs Brandon Sheehan0-1, James Carrigan (used)


Sel.Tom Dooley, John Ryan, Seamus Tynan, Anthony Maher.

REf.Sean McMahon


Stern test

Muckalee were away to Tullogher/Rosbercon in the first round of the Senior Football Championship in Tullogher. Bryan Byrne opened the scoring after five minutes to which T/R replied , further points from John Maher and Bryan Byrne had the visitors ahead approaching the break then T/B scored a fortuitous goal to leave the half-time score 1-4 to 0-5. On the resumption the Muckalee lads upped their game and built a five point lead but once again T/B were not finished and cut the lead to two points with a fine goal.  Muckalee responded well after a stern test to advance to the next round.A greater spread of scorers and a resolute defence in the second half was key to the success, Brian Coady pointed and goaled after taking a super pass from Patrick Nolan, Thomas Breen chipped in with two points, Joseph Maher, Canice Maher also pointed. John Maher and Bryan added to their added to their first half tally. Final score 1-13 to 2-6.

Team Stephen Murphy, James Maher, Noel Darcy, Shane Kinsella, Mick Morrisey, Patrick Nolan, Jason Shore, Thomas Breen 0-2, Brian Coady 1-1, John Mulhall, Tom Morrissey, Canice Maher 0-1, Sean Maher, Bryan Byrne 0-3, John Maher 0-5,2f.

Subs Joe Maher0-1, Eugene Maher, Darragh Quinlan, Ciaran Fitzpatrick, Conor Mulhall, Daniel Comerford.

Sel. Tom Cullen, Eoin McGrath, Paul Maher

Ref.John McCormack





Last game

Muckalee and Railyard played the last game of their group at the Community School in Castlecomer . Both sides were guilty of numerous misses during the first half which ended 1-5 to 0-2 Railyard ahead. The points were for John Maher and Tom Breen. A second goal for Railyard put them in control but in fairness to Muckalee they were not finished. Points for John Maher Brian Cody and a Tom Breen goal left one score in it with time running out but it was Railyard who pushed on with two points. Darragh Quinlan and Ciaran Fitzpatrick acquitted themselves well on their first starts in Senior Football. Final score 2-8 to 1-6.

Team Paul Maher, Shane Kinsella, Noel Darcy, Ciaran Fitzpatrich, Darragh Quinlan, Patrich Nolan, Sean Maher, Brian Coady 0-2, Tom Breen 1-1,Tommy Quirke, John Mulhall, Robert Shore, Eugene Maher, Bryan Byrne, John Maher 0-3, Conor Mulhall

Selectors Tom Cullen, Paul Maher, Eoin McGrath.

Ref. Peter Burke



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