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8th April

Anthony & Catriona Kerins

1st April

Robert 'Spinner' Hunter.

25th March

Bernie McAllister, Moyarget Rd.

18th March

Cahal McVeigh, Ballyreagh.

Countess of Antrim Section A

Countess of Antrim Section A
Saturday 8th April in Carey

Faughs  0.14   Oisins 3.13

Oisins got off to the perfect start with two goals in the first three minutes, one from play and one from an Alec Boyle free that was deflected into the net. That six point platform stayed with the visitors throughout the match. The closest the Faughs got was to reduce the deficit to four points. At half ime the score was 0-8 to 2-8. The second half was a similar affair with both teams well matched with the game going point for point. The crucial score to seal the game for Oisins came in the 53rd minute when Michael Haughy took advantage of a mix-up in the Carey defence to find the back of the Carey net.
Carey Scorers;
Martin Hunter 0-3, Shay Hunter 0-1, James Black 0-6, John McBride 0-3, Michael McVeigh 0-1
 

Countess of Antrim Section A

St. Mary’s Rasharkin  1.11   Faughs 1.18

Carey were made to battle for their victory against a well organised and resilient Rasharkin side in a really entertaining and good quality hurling match. Indeed the home side were leading by five points at one stage in the first half and held the upper hand at half-time by 0-9 to 0-8.
After the re-start it was Carey who took control of the game, and after fourty mins were two points clear only to be reeled back in again by a Connor McFerran goal for the homeside. However the travelling Green army showed their will to win this difficult assignment and put 1-06 on the scoreboard while the home-side only raised one white flag in the closing stages. The Carey goal by Doug in the 54th min was the score that finished the St Mary’s challenge.
 

Countess of Antrim Cup

The Faughs made the journey to Belfast worthwhile with an emphatic victory over last year's championship finalists.
The home side registered the first score with a point from a Conor Maskey free, but by the eighth minute the Faughs were well in control leading 1-2 to 0-1. Points from Shay Hunter and James Black, with the goal coming from a long ball into the St Endas defence from John McBride. Five more points from James Black and another long range effort from John McBride finding the net, Carey stretched the lead by twelve points with twenty five minutes played. Maskey tagged on a further couple of points for the beleaguered St Endas who got no change from a strong Carey defence, where Sean McBride, Eoin Hill and James McCouaig were outstanding.
Another Carey goal from James Black after a fifty meter solo run was followed by a eighty meter strike from Peadar McVeigh. Further points from Martin Hunter and John McBride left the half time score 3-10 to 0-6. With the game now effectively over as a contest the second half lacked the urgency shown at the start. Further points from Shay Hunter, Paddy Butler(2), James Black(5) and Paddy McBride, with St Endas eventually finding the Carey net after a Donaghy 65 found its way past Stephen McGinn.
 

Countess of Antrim v Shamrocks

1) Stephen McGinn
2) Eoin Hill
3) Sean McBride
4) Peadar McVeigh
5) Michael McVeigh
6) James McCouaig
7) Sean McLaughlin
8 Patrick Butler
9) Nataniel Hunter
10) Martin Hunter
11) John McBride
12) James Black
13) Patrick McBride
14) Shea Hunter
15) Darren McGowan