Underage Report Aug 6th - 06/08/2018

Fe 16 B2 Hurling League vs Courcey Rovers Fri Jun 29th

The Fe 16 hurlers travelled to Ballinspittle for a league game late in June. On a scorching night the ref had to stop the game several times to allow the players get water. The first half was a cracking contest with the sides exchanging scores on a regular basis. There was just a point between them at half time 3-04 for Nemo 2-08 for Courcey’s. In the second half the home teams slicker hurling began to tell. They started to rattle off the points. The Nemo boys tried to keep in touch but went for goals too often when there was easy points to be had. In the end the home team had a comfortable 4-18 to 5-05 win but the Nemo mentors were delighted with the spirit shown by the Nemo boys.


Fe 16 Camogie League vs Barryroe Sat Jun 30th

The Fe 16 camogie team entertained Barryroe in the league last in June. On a scorching hot day both teams served up some great camogie. The sides were evenly matched but the visitors were a little sharper in front of goal. And this was to prove the difference between the teams. Final score was 6-07 to 2-07 for Barryroe. But a very good performance by the Nemo girls who continue to improve with every outing.


Fe 18 B1 Hurling League vs Lisgoold Mon Jul 2nd

The Fe 18 hurlers travelled to Lisgoold for a league game early in July. The home team were very good and they never looked like losing the game. Despite this the Nemo boys did play some good hurling and they got some good points and a well worked goal. But the better hurlers were on the home team. In the end they recorded a well-deserved 3-20 to 1-12 win.


Fe 16 Camogie League vs Erins Own Weds Jul 4th

The Fe 16 camogie team entertained Erins Own on the 4th of July in the league. Nemo were excellent on the night and they dominated from start to finish. Their defence was in a mean mood and Erins Own found it very hard to get through for scores. At the other end of the field the Nemo forwards were very sharp and they took some nice scores. In the end they had a comfortable and well deserved win.


Fe 16 P1 Football League vs Douglas Mon Jul 9th

The Fe 16 boy’s played their P1 league game against local rivals Douglas early in July. Both teams were understrength over the holiday season. The game was played in Trabeg in perfect conditions. Nemo were good in the first half and they built up a good lead by half time. But Douglas regrouped at half time and they came back into the game strongly. For a finish there was very little between the sides. Nemo just about deserved it on a score line of 3-13 to 3-11.


Girls Fe 16 Football League vs Banteer Wed Jul 11th

The Fe 16 girls travelled to Banteer for a lively football league game mid-July. The sides were well matched and for much of the game there was never more than a kick of a ball between them. But in the end the home team prevailed thanks to some good forward play. They won 3-09 to 2-06. Despite the loss the Nemo mentors were very happy with the teams overall performance,


Girls Fe 11 Summer Football League vs Donoughmore Fri Jul 13th

The Fe 11 girls had a Summer League game at home to Donoughmore in mid-July. This was a cracking contest with never more than a kick of a ball between the teams. With the sides deadlocked throughout it looked like a draw was on the cards. But a late point for the Nemo girls saw them record a 2-05 to 2-04 victory. In truth a draw would have been a fair result but such is sport.

Fe 15 P2 Football League vs Valley Rovers Wed Jul 18th 

The Fe 15 boys entertained Valley Rovers in the football league in mid-July. Nemo were understrength over holidays and Valley Rovers were very good on the night. The result was never in doubt despite the Nemo boys best efforts. Valley recorded a well- deserved and comprehensive victory.


Fe 18 C3 Football League vs St Eire Og Thurs Jul 19th

The Fe 18 C3 team played Eire Og in the league in mid-July. The game was played in Ovens. The Nemo boys dominated this game from start to finish. They kicked some lovely points and recorded a well-deserved 2-16 to 2-03 victory.


Fe 14 B1 Hurling League vs Donoughmore Fri Jul 20th

The Fe 14 hurlers travelled to Donoughmore last month to continue their league game. This group is unbeaten so far this year and they brought the confidence that comes with winning to this game. They dominated the game from start to finish and they played some lovely hurling throughout the game. In the end they had a comfortable 2-11 to 2-02 win.


Fe 16 P1 Football Championship vs Inisscarra Mon Jul 23rd

The Fe 16 boys played their winners round championship game in Rathpeacon late in July. Their opponents were Inisscarra. The prize on offer was a place in the county semi-final. For the losers there is a quarter final tie. Nemo were missing 8 starting players over holidays etc. Despite this they put up a battling display against a well drilled and well organised Inisscarra outfit. Inisscarra were first off the mark with some well worked points. But Nemo struck for a great goal by centre forward Jack O’Brien. This settled them and they began to play some good football. The sides traded goals again and just before half time Inisscarra struck for another major to make it 2-07 to 2-02 at the break. The score didn’t reflect the first half. But Inisscarra hit a purple patch just after the break and they started to pull away. They scored a third goal which put them 11 points to the good. But Nemo never gave up and they outscored their opponents 1-02 to no score in the last 10 mins. But it wasn’t enough. Inisscarra had a deserved 3-14 to 3-08 win. But all in not lost for Nemo – they face Glanmire on Aug the 20th in the quarter final. We wish them well.


Girls Fe 11 Summer Football League vs Macroom Weds Jul 25th

The Fe 11 girls continued their summer football league at home to Macroom late in July. The game was a free flowing game of football with forwards on top. Nemo were a little sharper in front of goal and they scored some great goals. In the end they won on a score line of 7-05 to 3-06.


Fe 16 C3 Football League vs Glanmire Tues Jul 31st

The Fe 16 C3 footballers had their second outing of the year against Glanmire in Trabeg last week. This was a very entertaining game of football. Glanmire started brightly and they were soon 4 points to no score ahead. But Nemo settled post a great goal from centre back David O’Sullivan. The exchanges were close and at half time there was just a point between them. Nemo started the second half really well and soon they were ahead and looking good for the points. But Glanmire upped their game and dominated the last 15 minutes. In the end they had a deserved 2-14 to 3-09 win. The Nemo mentors were delighted with the Nemo boy’s performance despite the loss. They played very well in patches.


Girls Fe 11 Summer Football League vs Bishopstown Tues Jul 31st

The Fe 11 girls travelled to neighbours Bishopstown for a summer league football game last week. Another exciting game in this competition with never more than a kick of a ball between the sides the teams were level 5 times during the game. But in the end a late goal sealed the points for the home team who won on a final score of 3-05 to 3-03. The Nemo girls can be proud of their efforts on the night.


Fe 18 Football Challenge vs Naas Sat Aug 3rd

The minor boys entertained Naas in a football challenge game last Saturday morning. The home team were short a number of regulars and as a consequence the result was never in doubt. Naas were very good and played some lovely football. Nemo used the challenge to give fringe players a run out and in that context the game was very worthwhile. We thank our visitors and wish them all the best in their local league and championship.


Issued by


Paul Kearney (Nemo Rangers Underage PRO)