8th August, 2002
DOUGLAS GOLF CLUB
Double for Douglas Golf Club
Douglas won the Munster section of the Irish Junior (U18) Foursomes at Roscea on Tues 30th July
Semi-final: Douglas beat Limerick by 4 holes
Final: Douglas beat West-Waterford by 2 holes
They return to Roscrea to play the All Ireland Series on the 19th August.
The Douglas team panel was Aaron OCallaghan (1). Denis Collins (6) Brian Cahill (9). Dave OLeary (12) and James Kenny (10).
Douglas also won the Munster Section of Irish Youths (U21) Club Championship. Played over 36 holes at Mallow on 1st August. The best two cards of three to count.
Total Score 287.
Scoring players were Peter OKeefe (Scr.) (71 and 74) and Aaron OCallaghan (1) (74 and 68) other members of the panel were Denis Collins (6) and Brian Cahill (9).
They play the All Ireland series at Royal Tara on the 26 August 2002.
Team captains were Vincent Poland and assistant Team Captain Frank McGrath.
DOUGLAS HALL LADIES
Douglas Hall Seniors (Dreams can come true)
Wednesday 31st. of July will be a date that many Douglas Hall members will never forget. Senior ladies faced one of the biggest matches yet. t was the last match of the season against Rathcoole. A win would insure Douglas Hall the points they needed to win the league. You could have cut the tension with a knife between the player's Wednesday night. But when they went out on the pitch they showed they could play football. Starting strong dominating play and making some beautiful passes. Every player can hold their hand up high and say they gave it their all. Two spectacular goals from mid-fielder Judy Buckley and One from supper forward Donna O'Leary gave Douglas Hall a three nil lead at half time.
With great support on the line Douglas Hall went out in the second half with still great determination, insuring there lead wouldn't be taken from them. With the defence working at a unit marshalled by Lynda Horgan. Douglas Hall were getting some beautiful passes into the box, it wasn't long before Grace got a well-deserved goal. Introducing some fresh legs in Louise Martin and Kate Delaney to keep the pressure on to insure Douglas Halls win. When the final whistle went it was like a dream come true for all involved in Douglas Hall
The senior team would like to thank all involved in the team. Manager Alfie McCarthy, Chairperson Una Moore and everyone who help with the girls over the year Noreen Martin, Irene Mc Carthy, Finbarr Delaney Anne Collins and all the supporters.
Every body looks forward as much success in the cup.
Training for the 2002/2003 schoolboys season will be commencing shortly. All players are requested to contact their team managers for specific times and details. New players are always welcome.
Our U 15 team have received an invitation to participate in a pre-season tournament at Mayfield United on August 23 and 24. Players should contact Sean Murphy as soon as possible.
Michael Mealys and Jim McLoughlins teams will resume training on Wednesday, August 14th at 7:00 p.m. at the club grounds in Beaumont, where the players will be presented with medals to mark their successful U11 and U13 league campaigns in the 2001/2002 season.
U11 (born 1991) First Division: contact Robert OReilly at 086 8161738
U12 (born 1990) Premier Division: contact Michael Mealy at 086 6740145
U13 (born 1989) First Division: contact Michael Lordan at 087 2577388
U14 (born 1988) First Division: contact Jim McLoughlin at 021 4358611
U15 (born 1987) Premier Division: contact Sean Murphy at 021 4357167
U16 (born 1986) First Division: contact Finbarr Desmond at 086 2624755
Training for the under 7 to under 10 age groups will commence in September. Details will follow in future articles. You may also contact Neil Geary (Chairman) at 086 6017727 and Paul Sheehan (Secretary) at 087 2475051.
CORK LADIES SOCCER LEAGUE
Two of the four divisions of the Cork Ladies Soccer League have been decided. Firstly Douglas Hall were guaranteed top spot when they beat Rathcoole Wednesday night in Douglas Hall. Douglas Hall finished off their season in emphatic style. They made sure of their victory by netting 3 goals against a determined Rathcoole side. Both teams played very well on the night but it was always obvious there was only going to be one winner on the night.
In Division 3 Knockadea were crowned champions. On their way to victory Knockadea did not lose a game and were deserved winners of Division 3. Their final game and ultimately the decider saw them defeat a strong EMC side 3-1. With great support on the line for Knockadea the celebrations were immense and the Cork Ladies Soccer League were delighted with the success of the new third division.
College Corinthians (0), Wilton (8); C.S.O. (2), Rangers (4); Courcey (0), Ballincollig (3);
Buttevant (2), Carrigaline (0)
Douglas Hall (4), Rathcoole (0), Lee Valley (4), Brooklodge (4)
EMC (1), Knockadea (3)
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