An Riocht Minor Footballers - Past News 2013

U18 Footballers lost at home to Mayobridge

Despite a spirited showing the U18 Footballers lost at home to Mayobridge by four points, 2-10 to 1-9.

U18 Football match, Downpatrick v An Riocht

In the U18 Football match, Downpatrick v An Riocht, played on Tuesday of last week An Riocht went down by two points 1-13 to 1-11.

U18 Footballers lost in Glenn

The U18 Footballers lost in Glenn lastTuesday.

U18 Footballers v Burren

The U18 Footballers were the only team to have game time over the past week.

 

Burren, the Division Two winners, were visitors to Dunavil and An Riocht really put it up to them in the first half.


The sides were level twice in the first ten minutes, Darragh Campbell with a brace from play for An Riocht. An Riocht were working the corners very well, there was urgency, direction and determination about their play and once Michael O’Rourke put An Riocht ahead from a tight angle they went on to add four more unanswered first half points; O’Rourke brought his tally to 0-3 and Ryan Spiers and John Sands chipped in with points apiece. Disciplined defending was the platform for An Riocht’s success, exemplified by Liam Rodgers timely interception midway through the half when Burren attacked with a man over.


It all went wrong after the break for the home team, they lost their concentration and with it their discipline. Burren got off to a flying restart and the first of their three goals helped bring them level by the thirty fifth minute.


O’Rourke replied for An Riocht but a second Burren goal in the forty fifth minute put the home side on the back foot.
O’Rourke who was a lone threat in the second half pointed from play and from placed ball to leave it 0-10 to 2-5 with ten minutes remaining.


It was still there to be won but Burren were now the better team and crashed in a third goal before quickly adding two frees to open a winning gap.


Ryan Spiers brought proceedings to a close with a point his overall play deserved to leave it 0-11 to 3-7 at the finish.
Team: S Doran, M Higgins, D Clarke, L Rodgers, A Sloan, K Colgan, S McDowell, JP Farrell, J O’Rourke, R White, R Spiers 0-2, J Sands 0-1, D Campbell 0-2, J Walker, M O’Rourke 0-6. Subs C Cunningham, D Morgan.

U18 Football match is on 23rd July

The next U18 Football match is on 23rd July in Glenn

An Riocht runners up in South Down Minor 7s


An Riocht runners up to Mayobridge in the South Down Minor 7s - May 2013

 

Mayobridge minor footballers won a closely contested in the South Down Minor 7s title. Only six clubs participated, however the competition was played in a competitive but fair manner. The teams were divided into two sections with the top two going forward to the semi-finals. Section one featured Clonduff, Warrenpoint and An Riocht. Clonduff emerged winners on score difference from An Riocht who emerged runners up.

 

Section two featured Mayobridge, Rostrevor and Longstone.

 

In this group Rostrevor and Mayobridge emerged as winners and runnerup respectively. In the semi finals Mayobridge defeated clonduff and An Riocht defeated a fancied Rostrevor.

 

Unusually it was the two group runners up who met in the final and it took extra time to separate them. In the semi darkness it was Mayobridge who ran out winners by two points and who go on to take on East Down winners Castlewellan in the minor Feis finals.

U18 football match with Liatroim

The U18 football match with Liatroim did not take place.

 

The next league match is scheduled for 23rd July in Glenn. An Riocht have two outstanding matches v Baileghlas and Liatroim to fit in.

 

In the Championship An Riocht are in a group with Mayobridge, Saul and Downpatrick starting 30th July.

U10 Football Longstone v An Riocht

The U10 footballers won one and lost one in Longstone last Monday.

U18 Football An Riocht v Cill Breachtain

An Riocht Minor footballers scored a win over visiting Cill Breachtain at Dunavil on Tuesday.

U18 Football An Riocht 1-17 Glenn 1-8

An Riocht minors were good value for this win and were always in control. They led 0-8 to 0-2 before conceding a late goal which flattered the visitors at the break, 0-9 to 1-2 in arrears. Some of the home sides play both in defence and in attack was top quality. Glenn fired over a couple of points on the restart but they were answered three fold and when Michael O’Rourke claimed the home sides goal An Riocht then led by ten. Mark Higgins who took one off the line, Declan Clarke and Stephen McDowell stood out in defence while John Sands had a great hour in attack but it was overall a fine team performance which yielded the league points for the home side.

Team: S Doran 0-1; M Higgins, D Clarke, L Rodgers; N McComiskey 0-1, S McDowell 0-1, B Rafferty; K Colgan, J O’Rourke; R Spiers 0-2, JP Farrell 0-1, J Sands 0-3; M O’Rourke 1-4, J Walker, D Campbell 0-3. Sub R White 0-1.

U18: Ballyholland v An Riocht

On Saturday An Riocht traveled to Ballyholland but the home side failed to field.

Minor: An Ríocht 1-17 Glenn 1-08

Darragh Campbell pointing in minors

JP Farrell high catch at minors

 Mark Higgins comes out with ball at minors

U18 Football Ballyholland v An Riocht

The County Board cancelled this game due to Down Minors Championship preparations.

U18 Football Burren v An Riocht

Burren goaled from the throw-in before a Kingdom hand had touched the ball. While the defence soon tightened up and limited Burren to just four first half points, two from frees; at the other end An Riocht missed too many scorable chances and trailed 1-4 to 0-5 at the break.

 

Burren stepped it up on the restart adding 3-3 during the third quarter to put the result way beyond An Riocht who tried to the finish but fell well short, 4-10 to 0-9.

 

Team: S Doran; A Sloan, K Colgan 0-1, L Rodgers; N McComiskey 0-1, S McDowell, D Clarke; J O’Rourke, B Rafferty; R Spiers, JP Farrell 0-2, J Sands; R White, M O’Rourke 0-3, D Campbell 0-2. Subs M Higgins, J Walker, P Doyle, C Cunningham, D Morgan.

Minor Football Baileghlas v An Riocht

The U18 Fooball won in Glasdrumman on Saturday.

U18 footballers had a good win over Liatroim

The U18 footballers had a good win over Liatroim at Dunavil on Tuesday


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Upcoming Activities

 

Tuesday 18th July

7.30pm U16 Camogie Mayobridge v An Riocht; NO P1 to U12 Camogie tonight.

Wednesday 19th July

10.30am Summer Scheme Free Breakfast Club in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul St Colmans Conference Kilkeel; 11am Popcorn Cinema; 11am AGM of Kingdom Men’s Shed; 3pm Healthy Baking; 7pm ‘All Together Now’, ‘Bridging the Divide’ and ‘Kingdom Inclusion Kids’, three new inclusion programmes information night at Dunavil; 7.30pm Kingdom Walkers; 7.30pm Junior Camogie Aghaderg v An Riocht; 7pm Senior/Reserve Football

9am Car Boot Sale at Dunavil; 10.30am Summer Scheme <a name="_Hlk487542678">Free Breakfast Club in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul St Colmans Conference Kilkeel; 11am Phils Petting Farm; 3pm Healthy Cooking; 6.45pm U14 Camogie; 7.30pm U16 Camogie.

Friday 21st July

9.30am Summer Scheme Free Breakfast Club in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul St Colmans Conference Kilkeel; 10am Trip to Slieve Gullion; 11am Men’s Shed; 6pm Trip to Lazer Quest & Bowling; No Youth Club tonight; 7.30pm Senior Football Clonduff v An Riocht.

Saturday 22nd July

Kingdom Walkers; 11am P1/P2 Football; 12pm U12 Camogie Kilcoo v An Riocht; Senior Camogie Tournament in Killeavy.

Sunday 23rd July

10.30am Breakfast at Dunavil; 2pm Birthday Party; 2pm Reserve football An Riocht v Mayobridge; 8pm Bingo

Monday 24th July

11am Men’s Shed; also meeting in Belfast to give views on the development of men’s sheds; 9pm Lotto Draw

Tuesday 25th July

 

10.30am Summer Scheme Free Breakfast Club in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul St Colmans Conference Kilkeel; 11am 3-day Primary School age Basketball Camp with Sherman Hall; 3pm 3-day Secondary School age Gimme 5 Mental Health programme; 7.30pm U14 Camogie Atticall v An Riocht