Underage Report Aug 27th - 2018-08-28 21:49:00

Fe 14 B1 Hurling League vs Whitechurch Mon Aug 6th

Played in Trabeg the Fe14 hurlers continued their good form with a hard earned win over Whitechurch. The Nemo boys are on a great run and although they were pushed hard by their rivals they came out on top on a score line of 4-09 to 2-11. Goals win games and in this case this was certainly true. There was very little between the sides at any time during the game but Nemo’s ability to convert their goal chances told in the end. They are now unbeaten after 5 games in the league.


Fe 16 B2 Hurling Championship vs Diarmuid O’Murchus Tues Aug 7th

The Fe 16’s played their championship first round game in Crosshaven earlier this month. The played very well in the first half and matched their opponents in all facets of play. But they shipped 3 soft goals and were lead 3-06 to 0-05 at the break. They got back into the game in the early period of the second half with a well taken goal. But they missed some frees and scores from open play. At the other end O’Murchus were not as wasteful and they took the opportunities’ that came their way. Still Nemo hung in there and another goal made the hosts jittery. But they finished the game well with a 4th goal to seal the win. Final score was 2-08 to 4-13. We wish O’Murchus well in the next round against Castlelyons. Well done to the Nemo boys for never giving up.


Fe 18 B1 Hurling Championship vs Castlelyons Thur Aug 9th

The Nemo minor hurlers travelled away to Castlelyons for their first round championship tie. The early exchanges were very even. Dead ball accuracy from James Allen kept the score board ticking over for Nemo. With 5 minutes to go to half time the score stood at 1-06 to 0-06 for the home side. But they got in for a 2nd goal and they tacked on a few points to leave the score at 2-08 to 0-06 at the short whistle. This wasn’t a reflection of the Nemo boy’s efforts.  In the second half the home team pulled away as the demonstrated their superior hurling. When they scored their third goal midway through the second half the game was over as a contest. Still Nemo kept plugging away and got a consolation goal late on. Final score was 1-12 to 3-21 for Castlelyons. We wish them well in the next round. Well done to the Nemo boys who put in a valiant effort on the night.


Fe 14 B1 Hurling Championship vs Bishopstown Thur Aug 9th

Nemo U14s hosted neighbours and rivals Bishopstown in the quarter final of the East B1 championship earlier this month. In the corresponding league game there was only a point between them. This game was different with Nemo in charge from the start. They were never led and took some lovely scores throughout the game. But of most note was their defence which was solid throughout the game. In the end they recorded a well-deserved 2-11 to 2-04 victory. The now march on to the semi-final versus Mayfield.


Girls Fe 13 Summer Football League vs Douglas Fri Aug 10th

The Fe 13 girls travelled to neighbours Douglas for a summer league game earlier this month. In lovely sunshine the girls played some great attacking football. They were never led and dominated the game from start to finish. Both sides scored some lovely goals. But Nemo were that bit shaper. In the end they recorded a comfortable 5-07 to 3-05 win in what was a very entertaining game of football.


Girls Fe 13 Summer Football League vs Shamrocks Sat Aug 11th

The Fe 13 girls were out the following day at home to Shamrocks. A win would mean the girls could look forward to a league semi-final. Nemo made sure of this early as they blitz and understrength Shamrocks side with some early goals. In the end they had plenty to spare and this allowed all panel members to get some game time. They can now look forward to a league semi-final with some confidence.


Fe 18 P1 Football Championship vs Beara Mon Aug 13th

The minor boys played the loser’s round against Beara earlier this month in Dunmanway. This was a must win for both teams and the early exchanges reflected this with no quarter given. But Nemo settled down to play some very fast and exciting football. They picked off some lovely scores and they scored a couple of goals at the right time. The Nemo defence totally snuffed out the Beara attack and with their forwards in fine form they ran out comfortable winners on a score line of 2-17 to 0-07. They move on to the next round against rivals Douglas on Aug 28th.


Fe 14 Football Challenge vs Aghada Tues Aug 14th

The Fe 14 boys played hosts to Aghada in a football challenge mid-August. This was a very useful run out for the Nemo boys as they prepare for their upcoming championship game against Mallow. The boys won well and did so playing a good brand of attacking football. Many thanks to Aghada for providing the challenge.


Fe 13 Football Challenge vs Glanmire Tues Aug 14th

The Fe 13 boys travelled to Glanmire for a football challenge mid-August. The first half was very close with the Nemo boys shading it 2-04 to 2-02 at the short whistle. The second half was dominated by a very strong display by the Nemo defence. With the forwards chipping in with an occasional point they ended up winning 2-09 to 2-04. A very god run out for the Fe 13 boys after their summer break. Thanks to Glanmire for hosting.


Fe 16 Football Challenge vs Bandon Fri Aug 17th

The Fe 16 boys entertained Bandon in a challenge game recently in preparation for their upcoming championship game. Bandon provided and excellent challenge and they were far better than a rusty Nemo in the first half. However, Nemo fought back in the second half and got right back into the game with some well worked goals. But their problem was at the other end were a leaky rear guard was breached to easily for goals. In the end Bando won 5-09 to 4-10. Good preparation for Nemo ahead of the championship and we thank our visitors for providing the opposition.


Girls Fe 13 Football League SF vs Shamrocks Fri Aug 17th

The Fe 13 girls qualified for the summer league semi-final. They played Shamrocks in Trabeg last week. The girls played some excellent football on the night and they dominated the game from start to finish. Shamrocks were very game and they never gave up. It needed the Nemo girls to be at their best to win. That they did on a final score line of 4-11 to 3-05. They now can look forward to the final against Carrigaline.


Girls Fe 10/8 Monster Football Blitz Sat Aug 18th

Trabeg hosted a monster Fe8 and Fe 10 girl’s football blitz last Saturday. With over 40 clubs attending it was a test of the clubs resources. But all went smoothly on the day with all the teams playing several matches and everyone enjoying the day’s football. Clubs came from far and wide across the county to make for a colourful spectacle. The Nemo girls acquitted themselves very well in their games at both age categories. It was a great celebration of underage girl’s football. Well done to Aidan and all involved in organising the event.


Fe 10 Football League vs Ballincollig Sat Aug 18th

The Fe 10 footballers travelled to Ballincollig for a league game this month. Two 8-aside games were played in lovely sunshine. The skills on display from all players were excellent. Some great block downs and points scored. Both game were even at half time but Nemo edged in front in the second half to shade both contests. An excellent afternoon of football for the Nemo boys.


Fe 14 B1 Hurling Championship Final vs St Colmans Sat Aug 18th

The Fe 14 hurlers qualified for the East B1 championship final after Mayfield could not field in the semi-final. The Nemo boys took full advantage of this opportunity. Their opponents were St Colman’s and the game was played in Ballincollig. Nemo started slowly and St Colman’s registered the first two points. But gradually Nemo got into the game. Ross Corkery thundered into the game at midfield and his solo runs caused the opposition all sorts of problems. Add to that the hard work of wing backs Billy O’Neill and Fiachra Twohig and the tide turned for Nemo. At half time they were 3-06 to 0-04 ahead. The second half was a stop start affair which didn’t really suit either side. St Colman’s tried very hard to get into the game but a fourth goal from Nemo mid-way through the second half meant they needed goals to get back into the game. But the Nemo defence was resolute throughout and denied the opposition any clear cut goal chances. In the end a great win for the Nemo boys on a score line of 4-08 to 0-08. A rare hurling underage achievement for the club but richly deserved by this group of Nemo players. They now go on to represent the club on the county stage with a semi-final against Kanturk in September.


Fe 13 P1 Football League vs Glenville Mon Aug 20th

The Fe 13 footballers travelled to Glenville last week for a league game. This turned out to be a cracking game of football with the sides trading scores and the lead exchanging hands regularly. There was nothing between the teams at half time. The second half continued in the same fashion as the first with no quarter given by either side. In the end the difference was the Nemo team’s ability to score goals. And this told in the end as they ran out two point winners on a score line of 4-10 to 2-14. Well done to both sides for the high quality football that was on display.


Fe 16 P1 Football Championship QF vs Glanmire Mon Aug 20th

The Fe 16 footballers played the championship quarter final last Monday against Glanmire in Ballincollig. The boys started slowly and were soon 3 points behind. But a goal settled them and they started to play some good football. They were soon ahead by two points. But inexplicably they failed to score for the next 15 mins. They missed several easy chances where points were on offer but they opted to go for goals instead. Glanmire were much more proficient in front of goal and soon they lead by 7 points 1-09 to 1-02. Nemo managed to claw back 3 points before half time to leave them trailing by 4 at the break. The second half was very disappointing for Nemo as their forwards were held scoreless for the first 20 minutes. This was in part due to excellent defending by Glanmire but also down to some poor decision making by Nemo. With 10 minutes to go Glanmire were safe. The Nemo boys kept plugging away and got the last few scores but in the end Glanmire were comfortable and worthy winners on a score line of 3-13 to 1-07. We wish them well in the semi-final. For Nemo the league remains and the team will now concentrate on their remaining games.


Girls Fe 11 Football League SF vs Macroom Mon Aug 20th

The Fe 11 girls played their summer league semi-final last week at home to Macroom. The girls played very well and played a good brand of attacking football. Goal chances were scarce in their game but Nemo were very proficient in taking their points. They were never led and they had a comfortable 10 point to 2 win in the end. They can now look forward to a league final against close neighbours Bishopstown.

 

Fe 16 Camogie Championship vs Laochra Og Tues Aug 21st

The Fe 16 Camogie team played the first round of the championship last week. The game was an away tie against Laochra Og. This was a game were defences were on top. The exchanges were tough and close throughout the game. But the difference between the teams was the Nemo forwards ability to take their goal chances when they presented themselves. Laochra on the other hand were a little unlucky in front of goal. They were not helped by resolute defence by the Nemo girls. In the end Nemo prevailed on a score line of 3-03 to 0-055. A great win for the girls and a reward for all the hard work they have put in on the training pitch every week. Well done to all involved.


Fe 16 C3 Football League vs Ballincollig Weds Aug 22nd

The Fe 16 C3 footballers played a league game against table toppers Ballincolllig last week. The first half was a very even contest with the sides trading scores regularly. A great goal by corner forward Ciaran Barry gave Nemo a 4 point lead at the break 1-05 to 0-04. The second half was owned by Nemo. Mark O’Sullivan was dominant in midfield and David O’Sullivan lorded it at centre back. With this platform Nemo eventually started to find the range and they won comfortably in the end on a score line of 3-16 to 0-07. A good win considering Ballincollig had won their previous 5 outings. Well done to the Nemo boys who played some excellent football on the day.


Fe 14 P1 Football League vs St Michaels Weds Aug 22nd

The Fe 14 footballers played a home league tie against an excellent St Michaels team last week. The early exchanges were very close and at half time Nemo were just behind by a few points. But St Michaels hit a purple patch after the break and scored several points without reply to put them in the driving seat. Of most note was their excellent defending. Nemo kept trying and they did score a late goal to put a fairer reflection on the score board for all their efforts. In the end the score was 2-04 to 1-14 in favour of the visitors.


Fe 13 P1 Football League vs Fermoy Fri Aug 24th

The Fe 13 boys entertained Fermoy last week in the football league. They started brightly and with the elements looked to be playing well. But they found scores hard to come by against a resolute Fermoy defence. The concession of two soft goals before half time made their task all the harder in the second half. With the wind behind them Fermoy began to dominate and soon started to tack on the scores. In the end they had a deserved 4-09 to 2-02 win over a game Nemo side.


Fe 7 Football vs Eire Og Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 7 boys had a football game against Eire Og last Saturday. Nemo had 32 boys participating in what was an enjoyable occasion for all involved. 4 small sided games were played.


Fe 8 Hurling Blitz in Passage Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 8 boys travelled to Passage for a hurling blitz last Saturday. 14 Nemo boys participated. Two teams were formed and they played selections from Glen Rovers, Passage and Blackrock. They were competitive in all their games and the boys enjoyed the occasion. Thanks to Passage for hosting.


Fe 9 Hurling League vs Cobh Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 9 hurlers travelled to Cobh for a league game last week. Two teams were formed and two small sided games were played. Both matches were very close with some great skill shown by both sets of players. In the end the Nemo boys just about shaded it in both games.


Fe 10 Hurling League vs Ballygarvan Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 10 boys entertained Ballygarvan last Saturday in the hurling league. Nemo had 21 participants. Two teams were formed and the boys played very well in both games. The standard was very high for this age group and the Nemo boys just about shaded the contests.


Fe 14 P1 Football League vs Douglas Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 14 boys travelled to Douglas for their P1 league game last Saturday. Douglas started very well but Nemo soon settled into the game. A number of well taken goals gave Nemo the advantage at half time. In a low scoring affair where scores were hard to come by these goals were to prove decisive. The second half was a somewhat dour affair with defences on top. In the end Nemo had a 4-02 to 1-03 win.


Fe 15 P2 Football League vs Carbery Rangers Sat Aug 25th

The Fe 15 boys travelled to Rosscarbery for a league game last Saturday evening. They played some excellent football and were 3 points to the good at half time. Things got better on the resumption and soon they were 5 points clear. But their hosts kept plugging away and in a purple patch they scored 1-03 without reply to re-take the lead. This they held until the final whistle. Final score was 2-11 to 1-12 for Carbery. But the Nemo mentors were delighted with the performance of the Nemo boys.


Girls Fe 13 Summer League Final vs Carrigaline Sun Aug 26th

The Fe 13 girls travelled to St Finbarrs to play Carrigaline in the final of the summer league. This was a very entertaining affair with both teams showing some great attacking flair. Nemo dominated the third quarter and were soon 12 points clear heading into the closing stages. But Carrigaline rallied and scored 2-01 without reply to leave the Nemo girls hanging on toward the end. But they just about held out for a well-deserved 5-11 to 5-07 win. A great end to the summer campaign which was an excellent competition in terms of player development.


Girls Fe 16 Football Championship QF vs Mallow Sun Aug 26th

The Fe 16 girls travelled away to Mallow for their football championship quarter final last Sunday. The girls played some excellent football and dominated the game from start to finish. Their defence was excellent and they never let the Mallow girls in for easy chances. In the end they prevailed on a score line of 3-10 to 0-07. They now have a semi-final to look forward to against either Kinsale or Eire Og. Well done girls.


Fe 11 Football League vs Glanmire Mon Aug 27th

The Fe 11 boys travelled to Glanmire for a football league game last Monday. Both clubs had enough for 3 even teams and 3 small sided games were played. The games were full of great scores and great excitement. Played in a great spirit the Nemo boys just about prevailed. The won two of the three games. But in truth there was little or nothing between the teams in what was a very entertaining affair.


Issued by


Paul Kearney (Nemo Rangers Underage PRO)