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Peil fé 14 Roinn 1 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 11/5/2014 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Baile na Cúirte 2-7 An Ghaeltacht 1-3
Peil fé 13 Roinn 1 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 18/5/2014 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Baile na Cúirte x-x An Ghaeltacht x-x
Iomáint fé 13 Roinn 2 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 7/9/2013 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Cois Bhríde 4-5 An Ghaeltacht 3-2
Peil fé 13 Roinn 1 – Cluiche Leathcheannais an Iarthair – 19/10/2013 i mBaile na mBíolach. Naomh Oilibhéir x-x An Ghaeltacht x-x
Iomáint fé 16 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 7/7/2013 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Naomh Oilibhéir x-x An Ghaeltacht x-x
Peil fé 16 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 16/11/2013 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. An Ghaeltacht x-x Naomh Muire x-x
Peil fé 16 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 20/7/2013 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. An Ghaeltacht x-x Cill Rosanta x-x
Peil fé 18 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 30/6/2013 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. An Ghaeltacht x-x Naomh Muire x-x
Peil fé 13 Roinn 2 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 19/5/2012 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Clais Mór 4-10 An Ghaeltacht 2-2
Iomáint fé 21B – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 15/10/2011 sa Choiligeán. Naomh Oilibhéir 2-12 An Ghaeltacht 2-9
Peil fé 18 Roinn 1 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 8/5/2011 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. An Ghaeltacht 1-10 Clais Mór 1-5
Peil fé 18 A – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 26/11/2011 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. An Ghaeltacht 2-9 Ródaithe na Brice 1-6
Iomáint fé 16 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 19/11/2011 i bPáirc an Bhreathnaigh. An Ghaeltacht 3-7 Dún Aill/Fionnúir 1-9
Iomáint fé 14 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 25/6/2011 i nDún Aill. Naomh Slánaitheoir 3-3 An Ghaeltacht 2-1
Peil fé 13 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 5/11/2011 i nDún na Mainistreach. An Ghaeltacht 3-5 Baile Uí Dhuibh Ióchtarach 0-6
Peil fé 13 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 29/10/2011 i mBaile Mhic Cairbre. An Ghaeltacht 2-7 Naomh Oilibhéir 2-6
Iomáint fé 13 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 3/9/2011 i bPáirc Uí Fhearchair. Naomh Oilbhéir 4-6 An Ghaeltacht 1-2
Peil fé 18 Roinn 2 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 18/12/2012 ag Páirc Uí Fhearchair. Clais Mór 2-5 An Ghaeltacht 1-5 (tar éis athimirt)
Peil fé 13 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 7/3/2010 i mBaile Mhic Cairbre. An Ghaeltacht 3-3 Naomh Bríd 2-2
Iomáint fé 13 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair – 7/11/2010 sa Choiligeán. Aird Mhór 0-0 An Ghaeltacht 0-0 (scór le cinntiú, ach bhuaigh Aird Mhór le cúilín)
Peil fé 18 Roinn 4 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 13/5/2009 ag Bushy Park. An Ghaeltacht 2-10 Aird Mhór 1-7
Peil fé 16 2009 Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae v Ródaithe na Brice 17/10/2009
An Ghaeltacht 1-14 Brickey Rangers 2-7
The Division 3 final was the best game of the day with both teams equally determined to win. The keen rivalry between An Gaeltacht and Brickey Rangers was evident from the first whistle and no quarter was given or taken in the early exchanges. The first half was nip and tuck but it was An Gaeltacht who goaled first thanks to a fisted effort from Eoin O’Murchudah. However, Brickeys replied in fine style and Christopher O’Shea got a goal before Conor Walsh added their second ‘major’ with a cracking finish just before half-time, leaving Brickeys holding a narrow 2-4 to 1-5 lead at the break.
The second half was a tight affair and the sides were level with five minutes remaining. An Gaeltacht, however, finished very strongly and late points from Lorcain O’Cuirrin and the outstanding Donal Breathnach saw them record a hard earned victory. It finished after an exciting contest: An Ghaeltacht 1-14 Brickey Rangers 2-7. It was a proud moment for Sean Breathnach, County Bórd na nÓg chairman, when he presented the county trophy to An Gaeltacht’s captain Michael O’Currain.
Peil fé 21 (B) Cluiche Ceannais an Iarthair v Baile Uí Dhuibh
Peil fé 21B – Cluiche Ceannais an chontae – An Gaeltacht 0-17; St Saviours 2-10
Iomáint fé 18 Roinn 3 – Cluiche Ceannais an Chontae – 4/9/2008 ag Páirc Uí Fhearchair Port Mór 1-7 An Ghaeltacht 0-5
Peil fé 16 2008 v Coill Mhic Thomáisín
Peil fé 18(B)
12 Aug 2005 – AN GAELTACHT 0 – 6 CLASHMORE 1 – 3: AN GAELTACHT AND … and instead the two teams must replay in Fraher Field on Sunday next.
Iomáint fé 16 Roinn 3 buaite ag An Ghaeltacht?
Iomáint fé 16 Roinn caillte go dtí an Sráidbhaile?
2003 Peil fé 18(B) buaite?
2002 Peil fé 21(B) buaite?
Iomáint fé 21B (Bhí athimirt ann) v Erins Own/St. Saviours
Peil fe 18(B) buaite?
Iomáint fé 14 (Iarthar) buaite????
Peil fé 14 buaite san Iarthar
- Peil fé 14 2002. Coraithe an Iarthair v Aird Mhór. Imreoirí ó ar chlé: Irial Ó Ceallaigh, Diarmuid Ó Foghlú, Ferdia Ó hAodha, ? , Pádraic Ó Rónáin, ? (ag ól), Captaen – Ciarán Ó Manacháin, Cathal Ó Cuirrín, ? , Stefan Sedacki, Deuglán Ó hArtaigh, Nioclás Ó Lonáin (geansaí bán), Stíofán de Brún? (ar dheis, píosa den aghaidh le feiscint)
2001 U16 hurling championship west – Naomh Brid beat An Ghaeltacht at Bushy Park
1998 Iomáint fé 16 Roinn 2 buaite ag An Ghaeltacht
1995 Iomáint fé 16 Roinn 3 buaite ag An Ghaeltacht (an chéad cluiche ceannais iomána buaite ag fé 16)
1989 Iomáint fé 21
BACK TO BACK titles for An Ghaeltacht as they impressively retained their Waterford “B” minor football championship title with a deserved and decisive double scores victory over Ferrybank at Fraher Field, Dungarvan, on Saturday. Not a great final by any means, far too niggly with several incidents the game could have done without.
Scorers for An Ghaeltacht; M. Toibin (0-4, frees); P. O’Murchadha (1-0); P. O’Domhnaill (1-0); D. O’hIarlatha (0-2); S. O’Ceallaigh and M. S. O’Murchu (0-1) each. Ferrybank; C. Hoban (1-2); E. O’Neill (0-2).
AN GHAELTACHT: M. O’Maolaidh; A. de Roiste. A. O’Ceallaigh. C. O’Manachain; Brian O’Hannragain. N. O’Murchadha. T. O’Droma; S. O’Ceallaigh. L. O’Maolchatha; M. Toibin. D. O’hIarlatha. M. S. O’Murchadha; P. O’Murchadha. T. O’Ceallaigh. P. O’Domhniall; Subs; I. O’Ceallaigh for T. O’Ceallaigh; Breandan O’Hannragain for Brian O’Hannargain.
FERRYBANK: C. Tierney; W. Phelan. E. McKenna. S. Anderson; D. Maher. M. O’Neill. J. Hennessy; C. Fell. D. Heffernan; J. O’Byrne. E.O’Neill. V. Hetherington; J. Dillon. C. Hoban. C.Doyle; Sub; A. Stacey for O’Neill (inj). Referee: F. Lonergan, Butlerstown.
This story appeared in the printed version of the Irish Examiner Monday, October 13, 2003
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U21: Best of Irish’ pip St Saviours
An Ghaeltacht players carry their Captain Billy Breathnach from the pitch.
Picture: Michael Kiely.
An Gaeltacht 0-17; St Saviours 2-10
For sheer undiluted excitement and a finish Saturday’s Under 21 ‘B’ Football County Final has to be hailed as one of the best underage football matches seen at Walsh Park in ages, with victory in the end, by the smallest possible margin, going to Western winners An Gaeltacht at the expense of Eastern champions St Saviours.
What a pity this enjoyable confrontation didn’t end in a draw, and the city side certainly had the chances to do so, squandering at least five gilt edged opportunities to force equality in the closing four minutes. Yet credit the winners who, having looked the part for most of the opening half, kept their cool when it looked as if the game was slipping from their grasp in as pulsating a finish as one is likely to see to any championship match this season.
While some purists might argue that the over all standard of football wasn’t out of the top drawer – with more than an average share of petty tackling fouls – this was still an enjoyable contest to watch, with the cream really coming to the top in the second half as repeated end-to-end stuff kept onlookers on their toes.
Quite an influential May breeze blowing directly down the field towards the Keane’s Road end of the grounds favoured the visitors in the opening half, and they duly started well, as inside twenty seconds of the throw-in they raised the first of their seventeen points: centre forward Padraig O Murchadha racing through virtually unimpeded for the opener
But St Saviours showed little signs of panic as they surged back well against the elements to take the lead for the first time in the 3rd minute – Shaun Corcoran and John Cassidy combining well for Kevin Doyle to finish off for a well-taken goal.
Even so the Gaeltacht team showed far better understanding and teamwork during a subsequent fifteen minutes of dominance. They got back on level terms with points from Ciaran O Manachain and Billy Breathnach, before regaining their earlier advantage with considerable confidence through points from Shane de Paor , Padraig O hEili and Billy Breathnach.
The Ring/Old Parish colours were well in control by the end of the opening quarter – 0-6 to 1-0 – and already looked the most likely of winners. Indeed the team from Rinn O gCuanach and An Shean Pobal, had gone a further point ahead when St Saviours started to regain their earlier composure. Shaun Corcoran cut the deficit in quick succession from placed positions to leave five between the teams with seven minutes still to go for half time.
Indeed An Gaeltacht seemed to the happier of the two teams as three unanswered points in as many minutes from Padraig O hEile, Ciarain O Manachain and Padraig O Murchadha restored their double score advantage (0-10 to 1-2), but a spectacular breakthrough and goal from Darren Tuohy in the 28th minute, brought the city side back into the reckoning again.
Even though Billy Breathnach quickly replied with a Gaeltacht point, one doubted if a 0-11 to 2-2 interval lead would be sufficient to see the Western lads through against the breeze in the second half.
Thrills and spills
The contest really took off on the resumption. Both sides had ringed the positional changes at the bereak and when St Saviour’s came surging back to level within four minutes – thanks to a delightful string of points from Darren Tuohy in the opening minute, Adam Brophy direct from a 40-metre sideline ball and Tuohy again after he had been set up by ‘man of the match’ Brophy – the game was anyone’s to grab.
An Gaeltacht edged back in front again courtesy of two magnificent points from play by Padraig O Murchadha and Tadgh O hUalachain, but a Shaun Corcoran free left just the minimum between the sides in the 39th minute.
Somewhat against the run of play, An Gaeltacht extended their advantage further before the start of the final quarter, with Breandan O hOgain, Ferdia O hAodha and Billy Breathnach raising three more white flags; yet such was St Saviours’ dominance in the last fifteen minutes that the winners could only add a single point before the end.
Crucially, however, St Saviours should have yielded a great deal more scores. Dean Crowley, Conor O’Neill helped to slash the deficit to the minimum but try as they did the Ballybeg lads couldn’t secure the all-important equaliser despite five successive chances near the end.
As a result for the second year in succession the Saints fell at the ultimate hurdle in this hard-fought grade. Players excelled on both sides, auguring well for the respective future of the clubs involved. For the winners the likes of Tadgh O hUalachain, Padraig O Murchadha, Breandan O hOgain, Ciaran O Manachain, Deaghlan O hArta ,Padraig O hEile and Billy Breathnach caught the eye; while for the vanquished Peter and Dean Crowley, Kieran Murphy, Darren Tuohy, Adam Brophy, Shaun Corcoran, Conor O’Neill and Michael English really stood out.
An Gaeltacht: Tomas O Gealdhain, Aaron de Roiste, Deaghlan O hArta, Shane O Cuirrin, Shane de Paor, Stiofain de Brun, Micheal S.O Murchadha, Tadgh O hUalachain, Ferdia O hAodha, Padraig O h Eili, Padraig O Murchadha, Breandan O hOgain, Ciarain O Manachain, Billy Breathnach, Cathal O Cuirrin.
An Gaeltacht: Billy Breathnach 0-7, Padraig O Murchadha 0-3, Padraig O hEili, Ciarain O Manachain 0-2 each, Shane de Paor, Breandán O hOgain agus Ferdia O hAodha 0-1 each.
St Saviours;—Martin English, Leyton Kelly, Peter Crowley, Michael O’Brien, Dean Crowley, Kieran Murphy, Kevin Boland , Conor O’Neill, Michael English, Adam Brophy, Darren Tuohy , Kevin Doyle, Sean Corcoran, Aaron Foskin, John Cassidy. Subs: David Griffin for J.Cassidy.
Scorers: Darren Tuohy 1-2, Shaun Corcoran and Adam Brophy 0-3 each, Kevin Doyle 1-0, Dean Crowley and Conor O’Neill 0-1 each.
Referee: Robbie Whelan (Kilrossanty).
Peil fé 14B – Coraithe an Chontae
U21B HC: Cappoquin 4-8, St Olivers 2-12; An Gaeltacht 2-6, St Marys 1-8;