U21 CFC Final : Bally Rovers 3-19 Castle Rovers 0-5 at Shanballymore.
The Bally Rovers ( Ballyhea / Ballyclough ) under 21 footballers captured the North Cork C football championship title at Shanballymore this evening . Both sides met earlier in the competition and only 3 points separated the sides . We started well with two points from Adam Finnegan before Castle Rovers has their opening point . We fired over the next 4 points before Dean Copps struck for a well taken goal in the 12th minute to lead 1-6 to 0-1. Damien Buckley had our second goal after good work by Dean Copps and Jack O'Mahony in the 18th minute . Our third goal came two minutes before the break when Shane Buckley cooly finished to give us a comfortable 3-13 to 0-3 half time lead . The Liscarroll / Milford combination tried hard to get back into the game but could not get past a teak tough defence . In the 42nd minute Castle were awarded a penalty but Scott McNamara brought off a fine save to keep his goal in tact . At the other end Damien Buckley and David Fitzgerald were on the mark as Bally Rovers romped to the title . After the game the cup was presented to team captain Jack O'Mahony by competition sponsor Pat O'Keeffe in the presence of North Cork board chairman John O'Donnell .
Scorers: Damien Buckley 1-7 (0-3f), Shane Buckley 1-3, Dean Copps 1-2, Jack O'Mahony 0-3, Adam Finnegan 0-2, David Fitzgerald 0-2.
Team : Scott McNamara , Luke Hanley , Liam O'Shea, David Fitzgerald , William Fitzgerald , Diarmuid O'Shaughnessey , Adam Finnegan , Shane Buckley , Dean Copps , Jack O'Mahony, Damien Buckley , Alan Mortell . Subs: Dylan McCarthy , Ian Mortell and Mikey Mortell ( all used ).
U12 HL: Ballyhea 1-2 Milford 1-8 at Milford.
Team: Evan Copps , Michael Mackessey , Sean Lynch, James Mackessey , Jack Morrissey , Tomas Crowley, Tiernan Hanley, Conor Horan , Dion Curtin , Stephen Walsh , Joseph Hickey, Dylan Browne and Michael Mortell.
Scorers: Conor Horan 1-0, Tiernan Hanley 0-1, Jack Morrissey 0-1.