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October 2017 :

Junior League Final: Saturday Oct 21st at Corofin at 4p.m. : Lissycasey V Liscannor

Junior Football Quarter Final: : Ml. Cusack's 4-15 Lissycasey 1-5: Earlier this year Lissycasey scored a big win over Ml. Cusack's in the league but their latest meeting saw things turned very much around. The men from Carron dominated from the off and had their place in the semi-final secured long before the final whistle sounded. Lissycasey scored first through Sean Hayes but by the end of the opening quarter they were five points behind. A goal from the penalty spot for Aidan Forde stretched the winners lead and when the half time whistle sounded they were 2-9 to 0-4 in front. The second half was over twenty minutes old before Lissycasey managed a score and in that time the winners had added 1-4.They converted a second penalty before Lissycasey goaled in the final minute when Paudie Carmody found the net from the penalty spot.Overall it was a very disappointing performance by Lissycasey who will certainly need to show a big improvement if they are to end the season with silverware. They await either Ennistymon or Liscannor in the league final.
Lissycasey; Daire Meaney; Roy Griffin, Sean Devitt, Greg Allard; Chris Talty, Killian Normoyle (0-1), Gary Stephens; Sean Kelly (0-1), Daire Hanrahan; Aaron Griffin (0-2), Sean Hayes (0-1), Cathal Considine; Eoghan O'Leary, Derek Doohan, Ciarán Doohan; Subs; Levi Howard for Talty; Aaron Slattery for O'Leary; Paudie Carmody (1-0) for C. Doohan; Alan Pyne for Allard; Noel Finnucane for Hanrahan; Adrian Meaney for Stephens.

September 2017:

Senior B Final. Lissycasey 2-20 St. Josephs, Doora-Barefield 1-7. A strong second half showing during which they scored 2-10 while conceding just 0-2 steered Lissycasey to the senior B football title at Corofin on Saturday evening where they comfortably disposed of the challenge of St. Josephs, Doora-Barefield. The winners, who previously won this title in 2008 and 2014 led from the outset and held a two point advantage at halftime when the score was 0-10 to 1-5. After Niall Kelly had given the winners the lead when he converted a free in the third minute, Donal O'Halloran in the Doora-Barefield goal came to his side's rescue with a fine save from Conor Finnucane who doubled the winners advantage with their second point two minutes later before David Conroy opened St. Joseph's account.The winners hit the next four points to lead 0-6 to 0-1 at the end of the opening quarter. After they exchanged points three times, Doora-Barefield bounced right back with a Cathal Duggan goal which was followed by a Tom Hannon point before Cyril Sheehan brought the first half to a close with a point for the winners. St. Josephs who had lost key player Alan O'Neill midway through the opening half to injury, resumed with Jarlath Colleran in their lineup in place of Kevin Meaney. Lissycasey made the better start and early points came from Niall Kelly, Francis Hayes and Cyril Sheehan before goals from Conor Talty and Francis Hayes stretched their lead to eleven points as the end of the third quarter approached. St. Josephs kept their slim hopes of victory alive with points from Cathal Duggan and David O'Brien but Lissycasey dominated the closing ten minutes and landed 0-7 without reply in this period to seal the victory on a day when Ryan Griffin, Gerry Moray, Cyril Sheehan, Matt O'Shea, Francis Hayes, Niall Kelly Enda Finnucane and team captain Kevin Hanrahan were prominent. Donal O'Halloran, Stephen Collins until injured, Tom Hannon, Cathal Duggan and David O'Brien worked hard for a disappointing St. Joseph's side. After the game Clare GAA vice chairman P.J. McGuane presented the cup to the winning captain Kevin Hanrahan.
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Dermot Nagle, Ryan Griffin, Gerry Moran; Mikey Nagle, Kevin Hanrahan (capt) Cyril Sheehan (0-2); Matt O'Shea (0-3), Conor Talty (1-2); David Talty, Enda Finnucane (0-1), Francis Hayes (1-2); Conor Finnucane (0-3), Niall Kelly (0-7) Niall Meere; Subs; Paul Nagle for Meere; Seamus Collins for D. Nagle; Niall McCarthy for D. Talty Oisin Hanrahan for M.Nagle; Daniel Clohessy for E. Finnucane
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Weekend Fixtures:
Friday : U13 Play Off: Lissycasey V Miltown at Lissycasey 
Saturday: Senior "B" Final at Corofin: Lissycasey V Doorabarefield at 5p.m.
Sunday: Junior V Ml Cusack's at Corofin.

Both Senior and Junior games are now in Corofin.

Senior B Semi-Final: Lissycasey 3-18 O'Curry's 3-10
Lissycasey bounced back to winning ways after the disappointment of losing out in the senior championship a week earlier when they accounted for O'Curry's in the semi-final of the senior B competition at Cooraclare last Friday.
A strong final quarter helped seal this victory and a place i n next weeks final against St. Josephs Doora-Barefield in what will be a repeat of the senior championship first round which Lissycasey won back in June. Lissycasey raced into an early two point lead through Francis Hayes and Conor Finnucane but O'Curry's had levelled by the fifth minute thanks to Tony Smith and Eoin Troy. At the end of the opening quarter Lissycasey were two points ahead, 0-5 to 0-3 and they had stretched their advantage to six points, 1-7 to 0-4, with three minutes remaining in the half, the goal coming from David Talty. Two minutes later O'Curry's punished a slack Lissycasey defence when Eoin Troy blasted a 13m free to the net and when the half time whistle sounded the scoreline was 1-9 to 1-5 in favour of the winners.Lissycasey started the second half with a Conor Finnucane point but in the next three minutes O'Currys scored 1-2 to level the tie, the goal coming from Eoin Troy who punished slack play in the Lissycasey defence. By the end of the third quarter Lissycasey had pulled three points clear again, 1-14 to 2-8 and they had pushed their lead out to five points entering the final ten minutes. A brace of points for the West Clare side left three between the sides with five minutes remaining but goals from Paul Nagle and Francis Hayes killed off the O'Curry's challenge. The peninsula outfit did pull a goal back through Cathal Downes but time wasn't on their side and Lissycasey held on for a merited win on a night when Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffin, Sean Kelly, Matt O'Shea and David Talty were to the fore..
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Dermot Nagle, Ryan Griffin, Mikey Nagle; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Oisin Talty; Matt O'Shea, Sean Kelly; Kevin Hanrahan (0-1), Enda Finnucane (0-1), David Talty (1-6); Francis Hayes (1-3), Niall McCarthy, Conor Finnucane (0-5)
Subs; Niall Meere (0-2) for McCarthy; Paul Nagle (1-0) for O. Talty; Killian Normoyle for E., Finnucane; Ciaran Doohan for F. Hayes; Alan Pyne for D. Talty

Junior Championship: Lissycasey 2.15 Wolfetones 2.05
Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from play from Aaron Slattery in the 3rd minute followed by 2 points from Aaron Griffin and a goal from Ciarán Doohan before Wolfetones got their first point in the 14th minute. Lissycasey added two points from Gary Stephens and Sean Hayes closely followed by three points from Wolfetones. Lissycasey added three points from Cathal Considine and two from Aaron Griffin to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.08 Wolfetones 0.04.Sean Hayes opened the 2nd half scoring with a point from a free. Wolfetones then dominated for the next few minutes scoring two goals in the 3rd and 5th minutes and a point in the 7th however this was to be their last scores. Lissycasey then took over and added points from Sean Hayes (3) Aaron Griffin and Aaron Slattery and a goal from Sean Kelly to leave the full time score Lissycasey 2.15 Wolfetones 2.05 and based on the other Junior results today Lissycasey have now advanced to the semi-finals of the competition. 
Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Roy Griffin, Sean Devitt, Greg Allard, Gary Stephens, Killian Normoyle, Christopher Talty, Sean Kelly, Daire Hanrahan, Aaron Griffin, Sean Hayes, Cathal Considine, Alan Pyne, Ciarán Doohan, Aaron Slattery, Subs: Adrian Meaney for Daire Hanrahan. Cathal Fitzgerald for Alan Pyne.

Senior Championship: Ennistymon 3-9 Lissycasey 1-13 For the third championship game in a row Lissycasey have failed to win when holding the lead going into the final quarter. At Cusack Park on Saturday, they looked to be on their way to a quarter final clash with Cratloe when they led 0-13 to 1-6 against Ennistymon but they managed just one more score while conceding 2-3 as their involvement in the 2017 Clare senior football championship ended. There was no shortage of talking points after this game which saw Ennistymon awarded a penalty in each half while Lissycasey ended with thirteen men after red cards were shown to Oisin Hanrahan and Niall Kelly in the closing minutes. Lissycasey had enough possession to have won this tie but they failed to extend their lead when they dominated the exchanges in the third quarter. Both penalty awards were dubious but they were expertly converted by Ennistymon's Sean McConigley and the second one was the key score as it gave the North Clare side back the lead with six minutes remaining. Lissycasey led by the odd point in five when the first penalty was awarded, twelve minutes into the game. Despite protests from Lissycasey that the tackle was outside the square, referee Pat Cosgrove pointed to the penalty spot and McConigley converted. Lissycasey battled back and when the half time whistle sounded they were a point in front, 0-8 to 1-4. They enjoyed the better of matters in the third quarter at the end of which they had stretched their lead to four points.Matt O'Shea excelled for Lissycasey at midfield while Ryan Griffin, Gerry Moran, Oisin and Kevin Hanrahan got through some good work. Attention now turns to the senior B championship where Lissycasey will face O'Curry's in a semi-final tie with St. Josephs awaiting the winners in the final
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffin, Seamus Collins; Mikey Nagle, Dermot Nagle, Oisin Hanrahan (0-1)Matt O'Shea (0-2), Enda Finnucane; Conor Talty, Francis Hayes (0-1), Kevin Hanrahan (0-1); Conor Finnucane (0-3) Niall Kelly 1-3, David Talty (0-2);
Subs; Niall McCarthy for D. Nagle; Oisin Talty for M. Nagle; Cyril Sheehan for Moran;
Scorers; Niall Kelly (1-3, 0-2 f); Conor Finnucane (0-3); David Talty (frees) Matt O'Shea (0-2) each; Oisin Hanrahan, Francis Hayes, Kevin Hanrahan (0-1) each);

Senior Championship:  Lissycasey V Ennistymon on Saturday Sept 16th at 2p.m. at Cusack Park. Junior Championship: Lissycasey V Wolfetones Sunday Sept 17th at 11.30 in Eire Og.

Senior Football  Quarter final draw 
Cratloe v Ennistymon/ Lissycasey
Clondegad v Doonbeg 
Eire Óg V Kilmurry Ib 
Cooraclare v Miltown

Senior Championship : Clondegad 1-10 Lissycasey 1-7: For the second time in two weeks Clondegad and Lissycasey faced each other in this round 2 senior championship game at Cooraclare and for much of this latest clash another draw looked the likely outcome.Weather conditions were very difficult on this occasion with players having to contend with driving rain which made ball control particularly difficult. Nor surprisingly then, this was a game which had a lot of mistakes as players regularly spilled possession and this was particularly true of Lissycasey.Indeed the decisive score, Clondegad's goal, which came four minutes from the end of the second period of extra time, came after Lissycasey lost possession when they looked to have the situation under control.Lissycasey were dealt a cruel blow as early as the fourth minute when they lost Mikey O'Neill, arguably their man of the match in both their games in the competition to date with a collar bone injury.Having played with the aid of the breeze in the first half, Lissycasey led by two points at the break, 0-5 to 0-3 and they would not have been flattered had they been another one or two ahead at this stage.Clondegad stepped up a gear on the resumption and quickly levelled before Lissycasey's Conor Finnucane weaved his way through the winner's defence for a goal. They had two chances to extend their advantage but failed to avail of these and, as was the case two weeks earlier, Clondegad came back strongly.. Tony Kelly's effort at the mid point of the half was signalled as a point despite many holding the view that the ball was wide and as the game entered the final ten minutes Gary Brennan cut the deficit to one.The game was in the final minute of normal time when the Clare captain converted a 20m free to level the tie and send it to extra time. Clondegad had the breeze for the first period and quickly took the lead with points from substitute Francie Neylon and Paudge McMahon before an Enda Finnucane effort left the minimum between the sides at the break in the extra period. Paudge McMahon's goal with just under four minutes remaining sealed victory and a quarter final place for Clondegad. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffn, Seamus Collins; Michael Nagle, Dermot Nagle, Oisin Hanrahan; Matt O'Shea, Enda Finnucane (0-1); Mikey O'Neill Francis Hayes (0-1), Kevin Hanrahan; Conor Finnucane (1-0) Niall Kelly (0-4), David Talty (0-1); Subs; Niall McCarthy for O'Neill; Niall Meere for D. Nagle; Cathal Hill for M. Nagle;

Junior Football:  Eire Og 1.06 Lissycasey 0.08

Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from play from Sean Hayes in the 1st minute. Eire Og's Sean O'Mara pointed from a free in the 5th followed by a point from play from Eoin Slattery in the 5th. Alan Pyne and Sean Hayes pointed in the 8th and 15th minutes before Tom Keating found the back of the Lissycasey net for the only goal of the game. Sean Hayes pointed for Lissycasey before Eire Og got the last score of this half to leave the half time score Eire Og 1.03 Lissycasey 0.04. Lissycasey lost two players in the first half to injury David Considine & Christopher Talty, who were replace by Ciarán Doohan & Adrian Meaney. Ciarán Doohan opened the 2nd half scoring with a point in the 4th minute. Eoghan O'Leary, through injury, was then replaced by Paudie Carmody. Three more points followed from Lissycasey, Sean Hayes (free) Ciarán Doohan and Cathal Considine. Then disaster struck with the sending off of Noel Finucane on a straight red. Eire Og then added three points from frees to put them one point ahead at full time. Eire Og 1.06 Lissycasey 0.08

Lissycasey. Daire Meaney. Roy Griffin, Sean Devitt, Levi Howard, Gary Stephens, Derek Doohan, Chris Talty, Sean Kelly , Aaron Griffin, Eoghan O'Leary, David Considine, Cathal Considine, Noel Finucane, Sean Hayes. Subs: Ciarán Doohan for David Considine (inj) Adrian Meaney for Chris Talty (inj), Paudie Carmody for Eoghan O'Leary (Inj)

Garda Tournament Div 2 Final: Lissycasey 3.04 Wolfetones 1.06. Lissycasey Under 13s are Div 2 Garda Tournament champions after defeating Wolfetones na Sionna this evening at Cusack Park. It wasn't looking very good for Lissycasey at half time as we only had one point , scored by Fionn Cotter, on the scoreboard while Wolfetones had scored 0.05. However Lissycasey really got into the game in the second half with Shane Culligan opening the scoring with a point. This was closely followed by a goal and a point from his brother Daire Culligan. Two goals followed from Conor Meaney and Evan O'Haire with Darren Keane scoring the final point . Wolfetones scored 1.01 in the second half to leave the full time score Lissycasey 3.04 Wolfetones 1.06: Lissycasey Jack Leahy, Micheal Meaney. Colin O'Shea. Jack Warren . Barry Conway, Ian Griffin , Jack Faughnan, Daire Hill, Conor Meaney, Darren Keane, Diarmuid Cahill, Ronan O'Callaghan, Darragh Killeen, Shane Culligan, Fionn Cotter, Daire Culligan, Evan O'Haire, Jack Meere. Adam Downes, Sam Wragg, Dean Marrinan. Matthew Culleton.
John Kerin presented the man of the match to Conor Meaney and the Garda Cup to Ronan O'Callaghan.

Sergeant Michael Haran Memorial Garda Football Tournament Finals : Friday September 1st. in Cusack Park
5.30pm Division 4 Final Cooraclare v Clondegad 
6.15pm Division 3 Final Miltown Malbay v Doora/Barefield 7.00pm Division 2 Final Lissycasey v Wolfe Tones
7.45pm Division 1 Final Eire Og v Kilrush/Killimer

August 2017: 

Senior football Championship: Lissycasey 1-12 Clondegad 0-15 Extra time failed to separate neighbours Lissycasey and Clondegad in this senior football championship round 2 game played at Cooraclare on Saturday afternoon.  In a tie in which they were level ten times over he course of eighty minutes---the game went to extra time---a draw was a fair outcome and they will have to do it all over again to determine who will go into the quarter finals in the race for the Jack Daly cup.Points were exchanged twice before Conor Finnucane found the net from the penalty spot after he had been fouled thirteen minutes into the game. Clondegad fought back to level before a Michael O'Neill effort gave Lissycasey a one point advantage, 1-4 to 0-6, at half time.  Lissycasey went three clear at the start of the second half but four in a row for Clondegad had them one clear at the turn of the final quarter. From here to the full time whistle they swapped points three times to finish at 0-13 for Clondegad to 1-10.In the first period of extra time each side added a point and it was the same in the second period. Over the eighty minutes Lissycasey created the greater number of chances but they were guilty of some poor shooting and ended the tie with fifteen wides, six more than their opponents.
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffin, Seamus Collins; Michael Nagle, Dermot Nagle, Oisin Hanrahan; Matt O'Shea, Enda Finnucane (0-2); Michael O'Neill (0-2) Francis Hayes (0-1), Kevin Hanrahan; Conor Finnucane (1-3) Niall Kelly, (0-2), David Talty (0-1); Subs; Niall McCarthy for D. Nagle; Niall Meere (0-1) for F Hayes; Paul Nagle for D. Talty; Francis Hayes for Meere;

Miltown St. Josephs 1-16 Lissycasey 0-8 Miltown St. Josephs powered to a comfortable eleven point victory over Lissycasey at the latter's venue on Bank holiday Monday evening and, in the process, sealed their place in the Cusack cup play offs while ending Lissycasey's hopes of featuring in the semi-final this season. A powerful second half from the visitors decided this one as they outscored their opponents 1-10 to 0-4 in this period.The first half was a relatively even affair at the end of which the winners held a two point lead, 0-6 to 0-4. Such was the possession enjoyed by Lissycasey in this period that they would not have been flattered had they been ahead at the mid point.It was a different story in the second half as the winners piled on the scores, hitting impressive points from Eoin and Conor Cleary and the outstanding Gordon Kelly before substitute Micheal Malone struck for the game's only goal at the end of normal time to seal victory.Lissycasey will know after this performance that a big improvement is required before they face Clondegad in the championship on Saturday week if they are to emerge with a win.Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Michael Nagle, Enda Finnucane and Niall Kelly tried hardest for the Lissycasey men in this outing. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffin, Seamus Collins; Michael Nagle (0-1), Enda Finnucane (0-4, 3f), Dermot Nagle; Sean Kelly, Matt O'Shea; Oisin Talty, Conor Finnucane, Kevin Hanrahan; Niall Meere, Niall Kelly (0-3, all frees), David Talty. Subs; Paul Nagle for O. Talty; Danny Clohessy for D. Nagle; Niall McCarthy for C. Finnucane; Killian Normoyle for Meere.

June 2017:

Feile: Lissycasey under 14 team enjoyed their trip to Erne Gaels, Fermanagh. The team won their three League games. Lissycasey 7.06 Devenish 1.02 : Lissycasey 3.03 Scotland 0.00 : Lissycasey 5.16 Erne Gaels Belleek 2.02.          Quarter Final Lissycasey 2.06 Sligo 1.02. In the Semi Final Lissycasey defeated Hertfordshire by 3 points and advanced to the Final where the opposition was Cappamore, Co Limerick. While our boys performed very well the final score was Cappamore 0.06 Lissycasey 1.00. The team had a memorable trip to Fermanagh and enjoyed the weekend.

Senior Championship 2017 Round 1:  Lissycasey 1.12 Doorabarefield 1.06
Doorabarefield opened the scoring with a point from a free in the 2nd minute. Lissycasey replied with two points in the 5th and 6th minute from Niall Kelly and Mickie O'Neill. Doorabarefield hit the back of the Lissycasey net in the 7th minute. Lissycasey replied with a point in the 10th minute from Niall Kelly.Barefield pointed in the 15th Lissycasey then added a further 3 points from Conor Finucane 0.02 and Mickey O'Neill 0.01 to leave the half time score Lissycasey 0.06 Doorabarefield 1.02
Lissycasey got off to a good 2nd half start with points from Francie Hayes and Niall Kelly. Barefield pointed from a free in the 10th minute. Conor Finucane replied with a point from play in the 15th closely followed by a Barefield point from a free. Niall Kelly 0.02 and Conor Finucane 0.01 followed before Barefield add their final 2 points , both from frees, Lissycasey's Conor Talty blasted the ball to the back of the Barefield net leaving the final score Lissycasey 1.12 Doorabarefield 1.06 
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Gerry Moran, Ryan Griffin, Seamo Collins, Paul Nagle, Enda Finucane, Oisin Hanrahan, Matt O'Shea, Conor Talty, Mickey O'Neill, David Talty, Kevin Hanrahan, Niall Kelly, Francie Hayes, Conor Finucane. 
Subs: Niall Meere for Paul Nagle. Danny Clohessy for Kevin Hanrahan. 
Lissycasey finished the game with 14 men as Ryan Griffin was sent off on a 2nd yellow. Lissycasey now advance to round 2 when the opposition will be Clondegad.

Junior League: Lissycasey 2.14 Ennistymon 1.06. This game was played today in Lissycasey. The home team got off to a great start with a goal in the 2nd minute from Ciarán Doohan followed by points from David Talty, Daire Hanrahan and David Considine before Ennistymon got their first point in the 13th minute. Lissycasey then added three more points from Sean Hayes 0.02 and Danny Clohessy. Ennistymon got their 2nd point from play followed by a goal. Lissycasey added two further points from Christopher and David Talty and Ennistymon scored two more points to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.08 Ennistymon 0.05. The 2nd half saw Daire Hanrahan open the scoring with a point in the 1st minute closely followed by a goal from Sean Kelly. Christopher Talty pointed in the 11th minute before Ennistymon got a goal from play in the 15th minute, followed by a John McInerney point in the 16th but it was all Lissycasey from then with three points from Sean Hayes and the last point from the boot of Derek Doohan leaving the final score Lissycasey 2.14 Ennistymon 1.06.
Lissycasey: Daire Meaney, Greg Allard, Mickie Nagle, Sean Devitt, Christopher Talty, Danny Clohessy, Dermot Nagle, Derek Doohan, Daire Hanrahan, David Talty, Killian Normoyle. Sean Kelly, Ciarain Doohan, Sean Hayes, David Considine. Subs: Cathal Hill for Dermot Nagle. Noel Finucane for David Talty, Paudie Carmody for Sean Hayes, Derek McMahon for Christopher Talty, Aaron Talty for Ciarán Doohan, Barry Sheehan for David Considine.

May 2017 :

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey 0.12 Doonbeg 0.10: Lissycasey started well scoring 2 points in the first 3 minutes from Niall Meere and David Talty. Doonbeg replied with 2 points followed by 3 Lissycasey points from Sean Hayes from play 0.01 and David Talty 0.02 from frees. Doonbeg ended the first half well scoring 2 points in the 29th and 30th minutes to leave the half time score Lissycasey 0.05 Doonbeg 0.04. Oisin Hanrahan opened the 2nd half scoring with a Point from play in the 4th minute. Doonbeg added 3points in the 5th, 7th and 8th minutes. David Talty & Killian Normoyle added points from frees. Both sides exchanged points with Lissycasey's point coming from Captain Kevin Hanrahan. Lissycasey added points from Paul Nagle, Killian Normoyle and Sean Kelly, Doonbeg added two further points to leave the final score. Lissycasey 0.12 Doonbeg 0.10. 
Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Christopher Talty, Ryan Griffin, Mickie Nagle, Oisin Hanrahan, Gerry Moran, Dermot Nagle, Sean Kelly, Matt O'Shea, Kevin Hanrahan, David Talty, Danny Clohessy, Niall Meere, Sean Hayes. Enda Finucane. Subs: Paul Nagle for Sean Hayes, Eoghan O'Leary for Mickie Nagle, Francie Hayes for Dermot Nagle, Gary Stephens for David Talty. 
Alan Pyne was ready to enter the field of play but unfortunately the Referee blew the final whistle before this this could happen!! Next up St . Breckans next Saturday in Lissycasey.

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 3.18 Cratloe 0.04
Lissycasey face a very under strength Cratloe team in glorious weather conditions in Cratloe .Lissycasey dominated the first half scoring 1.10 to Cratloe's 1 point. Lissycasey scores coming from Francis Hayes 0.01 David Talty 0.03 Niall Meere 0.02 Kevin Hanrahan 1.01 Danny Clohessy 0.01 Niall Kelly 0.02. Cratloe were reduced to 13 after two players received red cards. Lissycasey continued to dominated the 2nd half with scores from Conor Talty 0.01 David Talty 0.01 Paul Nagle 1.01. Oisin Talty. 1.02 Enda Finucane 0.02. Kevin Hanrahan 0.01 leaving the final score Lissycasey 3.18 Cratloe 0.04 
Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Greg Allard, Ryan Griffin, Gerry Moran, Oisin Hanrahan, Seamo Collins, Conor Talty, Danny Clohessy, Matt O'Shea, Niall Kelly, David Talty, Kevin Hanrahan, Niall Meere, Francie hayes, Enda Finucane. Subs: Paul Nagle fro Francie Hayes, Michael Nagle for Danny Clohessy, Oisin Talty for Kevin Hanrahan, Eoghan O'Leary for Greg Allard, Sean Hayes for David Talty, Alan Pyne for Niall Meere.

Junior Football: Lissycasey 2.15 Kilrush 3.06
Kilrush got the opening point from play from Pat Joe McGrath. Lissycasey replied with a point from Cathal Considine followed by a goal in the 7th minutes from Eoghan O'Leary. Kilrush added a point in the 8th minute followed by a Pat Joe McGrath goal in the 15th. Cathal Considine added two further points, Sean Hayes then added two more points. Kilrush pointed in the 27th minute before Lissycasey added two more from Killian Normoyle and Daire Hanrahan to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.07 Kilrush 1.04 
Killian Normoyle opened the scoring in the 2nd half with a point from play. Kilrush got a goal & two further points. Lissycasey then made a few changes and added points from Sean Hayes 0.03, Levi Howard 0.01 David Considine 0.01 and David Talty 1.02 . Final Score on a bitterly cold evening in Kilrush: Lissycasey 2.15 Kilrush 3.06
Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Christopher Talty. Mikie Nagle, Levi Howard, Aaron Slattery, Derek Doohan, Daire Hanrahan, Sean Kelly, Killian Normoyle, Gary Stephens, Sean Hayes, Eoghan O'Leary, Cathal Considine, Ciarain Doohan, Alan Pyne, Subs: Noel Finucane for Aaron Slattery, David Considine for Alan Pyne, Barry Sheehan for Eoghan O'Leary, Niall Meere for Ciarain Doohan . David Talty for Sean Kelly.

April 2017:

UNDER 6 TRAINING:

Lissycasey under 6s will start training on Monday April 24th at Lissycasey hall from 6p.m. to 7p.m. 
All Welcome.

Feile Div 2 Champions 2017 : Lissycasey are Div 2 Feile Champions after defeating Cooraclare in the Semi Final and Cratloe in the final in Kildysart this morning 16/4/17. 
Semi Final. Lissycasey's first score was a goal from Jack Cahill, followed by a point from Luke Griffin. In the 2nd half Lissycasey got 1.04 from Diarmuid Cahill, Luke Griffin. Shane Culligan & Eoin Smith. to leave the final Score Lissycasey 2.06 Cooraclare 0.02
Final: Lissycasey then faced Cratloe in the final. Cratloe had defeated Miltown 3.05 to 2.04 in their semi final. Lissycasey got 4 points in the first period Shane Culligan, Luke Griffin and two from Conor Meaney. The 2nd half saw Lissycasey dominate with two goals from Eoin Smith and a point each from Fionn Cotter and Conor Meaney to leave the final score Lissycasey 2.06 Cratloe 0.05. Martin Frawley presented the Shield to Lissycasey Captain Conor Meaney. 
Lissycasey: Th
omas Collins, Daniel Delap, Adam Moloney, Colin O'Shea, Oisin Hehir, Ian Griffin, Eoghan Smith, Conor Meaney, Luke Griffin, Darragh Killeen, Fionn Cotter, Jack Cahill. Shane Culligan, Diarmuid Cahill, Evan O'Haire, Keith Allard, Michael Meaney, Kieran Weaver, Jack Warren, Harry Keane, Jack Meere. Barry Conway.

Junior Football : Lissycasey 0.13 Liscannor 1.06 Lissycasey opened the scoring in the 5th minute with a David Talty point from play followed closely by a point from Killian Normoyle. Liscannor pointed in the 9th minute, Sean Kelly in the 14th before Niall Considine found the back of the Lissycasey net for the only goal of the game. Sean Hayes pointed in the 24th while Alan Clohessy had Liscannor's 2nd point in the 25th . Lissycasey added three more points before half time from Cathal Considine, Gary Stephens and Eoghan O'Leary leave the score at half time Lissycasey 0.07 Liscannor 1.02. David Talty got the first two points of the second half. Liscannor added tow more before Cathal Considine and Sean Hayes pointed from play. Two more points followed from Liscannor while David Talty added two more to his tally leaving the final score Lissycasey 0.13 Liscannor 1.06.
Lissycasey : Daire Meaney, Sean Devitt, Michael Nagle, Greg Allard. Christopher Talty, Danny Clohessy. Daire Hanrahan. Derek Doohan, David Talty, Sean Kelly, Killian Normoyle, Gary Stephens, Eoghan O'Leary. Sean Hayes, Cathal Considine. Subs: Cathal Hill for Eoghan O'Leary, Aaron Griffin for Sean Kelly, Niall Meere for Cathal Considine. Noel Finucane for Derek Doohan.

 

Feile Peil na nOg 2017 : Lissycasey have qualified for the Semi Finals of Feile Peil na nOg U14 Football after winning their three games in Quilty & Miltown this evening.
Ist Game was against Kilmurry Ibrickane which Lissycasey won 1.07 to 0.01 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Fionn Cotter 0.02 Shane Culligan 0.02 Diarmuid Cahill 1.01. Eoghan Smith 0.01 Conor Meaney 0.01
2nd game was V the North Clare amalgamation of Kilfenora/Ml Cusack's/Liscannor which Lissycasey won on a score line of 2,08 to 2.01 with Lissycasey scores coming from Fionn Cotter 0.02, Conor Meaney 1.02. Evan O'Haire 0.01. Eoghan Smith 1.01 Jack Cahill 0.01 
3rd game  V Miltown which Lissycasey won by the bare minimum 1.06 to 2.02 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Eoghan Smith 1.04 Shane Culligan 0.01 Fionn Cotter 0.01
A great display from a great team. 
Lissycasey: Thomas Collins, Daniel Delap, Adam Moloney, Colin O'Shea, Oisin Hehir, Ian Griffin, Eoghan Smith, Conor Meaney, Luke Griffin, Darragh Killeen, Fionn Cotter, Jack Cahill, Shane Culligan, Diarmuid Cahill, Evan O Haire. Subs: Ronan O'Callaghan, Keith Allard, Michael Meaney, Jack Meere, Barry Conway, Kieran Weaver, Harry Keane, Jack Warren, Jack Faughnan. 
The semi finals will be held in Kildysart on Sunday Morning starting at 9.30. The 4 teams in the Semi-finals are Cratloe, Lissycasey, Cooraclare & Miltown. Draw will take place on Sunday morning.

 

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 2.08 O’Curry’s 0.07  Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from a Conor Finucane free in the 3rd minute. O’Curry’s replied with a point in the 6th minute. Conor Finucane added a second point from play in the 10th, followed by an O’Curry’s point from a free in the 12th. David Talty then found the back of the O’Curry’s net in the 14th minute followed by 2 Lissycasey points in the 15th (Niall Kelly) and 19th (Conor Finucane) O’Currys pointed in the 26th before Lissycasey (Michael O’Neill) got the final score of the first half in the 31st to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.05 O’Curry’s 0.03 O’Curry’s opened the 2nd half scoring with a point from play in the 3rd minute followed by an Enda Finucane point from free in the 4th. Two more points followed from Lissycasey Conor Finucane (Free) and Francie Hayes. O’Curry’s added two points in the 19th & 24th minutes while Conor Finucane found the back of the O’Curry’s net in the 26th minute for Lissycasey’s 2nd goal. O’Curry’s were awarded a penalty in the dying minutes which was saved by goalie Joe Hayes. 
Final Score Lissycasey 2.08 O’Curry’s 0.07
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Greg Allard, Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Oisin Hanrahan, Gerry Morn, Dermot Nagle, Conor Talty, Danny Clohessy, Michael O’Neill, Francie Hayes. David Talty. Conor Finucane, Niall Kelly, Enda Finucane. Subs: Niall Meere for Danny Clohessy, Michael Nagle for Dermot Nagle, Paul Nagle for David Talty, Sean Hayes for Niall Kelly.

 

Cusack Cup:  Lissycasey 1.10 Doorabarefield 3.04 Lissycasey got the first 3 points from Enda Finucane before Doorabarefield's Enda Lyons rattled the back of the Lissycasey net in the 12th minute to level the scores. David Talty replied with a point before he found the Doorabarefield net for Lissycasey's only goal of the game. Barefield added two points from Enda Lyons and David Conroy while Lissycasey added three from play from Matt O'Shea 0.01 and Niall Kelly 0.02 and one from a Connor Finucane free to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.08 Doorabarefield 1.02 During the 1st Half Lissycasey lost Martin Moran to injury. Doorabarefield's David Conroy opened the 2nd half scoring with a goal in the 6th minute. Lissycasey only tow scores of this half came in the 12th and the 14th minute with points from Enda Finucane and Niall Kelly. Barefield added a goal and two points leaving the final score Lissycasey 1.10 Doorabarefield 3.04
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Gerry Moran. Seamo Collins. Martin Moran, Dermot Nagle, Danny Clohessy, Oisin Hanrahan, Matt O'Shea. Conor Talty, Enda Finucane, David Talty, Michael O'Neill, Niall Kelly, Francie Hayes, Connor Finucane. Subs: Ryan Griffin for Martin Moran (Inj) Michael Nagle for Gerry Moran, Paul Nagle for Matt O'Shea, Sean Hayes for David Talty, Oisin Talty for Paul Nagle.

Weekend Fixtures: Cusack Cup: Lissycasey V Doorabarefield :  Junior :Lissycasey V Parteen/Meelick

March 2017:

Scor na bPaisti 2017 : Lissycasey winners at Scor na bPaisti held at Lissycasey Hall 24/3/17
Solo Singing: Lauren Leahy.
Recitation: Evan O Haier.
Solo Music: Ella Conway
Music Group: Hazel & Ella Conway. Lissycasey
Ballad Group: Lissycasey (Grace Madigan, Grace Donnelly, Aoibhe Crowe, Jack Leahy, Lauren Leahy)
Leiriu: Lissycasey (Evan O Haire, Grace Madigan, Grace Donnelly, Aoibhe Crowe, Jack Leahy, Lauren Leahy,Barry Conway, Padraig Conway. )
Set Dancing: Lissycasey (Daire Culligan, Michael Kelly, Stephen Davoren, Jack Leahy, Saorla Crowe, Lauren Leahy, Aine Clancy, Kelsey O'Donoghue. 
Quiz. Joint winners; Lissycasey A & B.
Evan O'Haire, Barry Conway, Conor Meaney, Shane Culligan,
Michael Kelly, Jack Earle, Daire Culligan.

 

O'Gorman Cup: Rd 1. Lissycasey 3.11 Kilmihil 1.11

The game was played in very bad weather conditions in Kilmihil on Sunday March 19th. Lissycasey's first half scores came from Killian Normoyle 0.02 Sean Hayes 0.02 Matt O'Shea 1.00 Paul Nagle 0.01 leaving the half time score Lissycasey 1.05 Kilmihil 0.05 :  2nd Half scores came from Paul Nagle 0.01 Niall Kelly 0.02 Enda Finucane 0.01 Oisin Hanrahan 0.02 Oisin Talty 1.01 Sean Hayes 1.00. Full time score Lissycasey 3.12 Kilmihil 1.11
Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Christopher Talty, Seamus Collins, Eoghan O'Leary, Oisin Talty, Danny Clohessy, Oisin Hanrahan, Matt O'Shea, Niall McCarthy, Derek Doohan, Enda Finucane, Niall Kelly, Paul Nagle, Sean Hayes, Niall Meere. Subs: Alan Pyne for Derek Doohan, Barry Sheehan for Eoghan O'Leary, Daire Hanrahan for Oisin Talty. Michael Nagle for Christopher Talty,

Cusack Cup: Kilmurry Ibrickane 2.06 Lissycasey 0.08 : Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from Oisin Hanrahan in the 2nd minute followed by a Noel Downes point for Kilmurry in the 3rd. Enda Finucane added a point from a free in the 6th minute. Kilmurry added a goal and two points to leave the half time score Kilmurry Ib 1.03 Lissycasey 0.02. Enda Finucane pointed from a free to secure Lissycasey's first point of the second half. Points followed from Paul Nagle, Enda Finucane, Francie Hayes, Conor Finucane and Michael O'Neill while Kilmurry added a goal and three points to their tally to leave the full time score Kilmurry Ibrickane 2.06 Lissycasey 0.08
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes, Cyril Sheehan, Seamo Collins, Gerry Moran, David Talty, Niall McCarthy, Oisin Hanrahan, Matt O'Shea, Danny Clohessy, Michael O'Neill, Enda Finucane, Kevin Hanrahan, Niall Kelly, Francie Hayes, Conor Finucane. Subs: Paul Nagle for Danny Clohessy, Sean Hayes for Niall Kelly, Niall Meere for Niall McCarthy, Michael Nagle for David Talty, Eoghan O'Leary for Conor Finucane.

Junior Football : Lissycasey 3.11 Ml Cusack's 0.09  Lissycasey opened the scoring with a Sean Hayes point from play in the first minute. David Considine pointed in the 2nd minute. Michael Cusack's Hugh Kelly opened the Cusack's scoring with a point in the 6th minute from a free and in the 8th minute David Talty found the back of the Cusack's net for Lissycasey's first goal. Gerard Flaherty pointed for Cusack's in the 8th minute and David Talty, Lissycasey, then added a point in the 10th Minute. Sean Hayes got Lissycasey's second goal in the 15th minute and David Talty added another point, from a free, in the 18th. Michael Cusack's added two more points from play from Shane Lee and Ruairi McMahon before Sean Hayes pointed from play to leave the half time score Lissycasey 2.05 Ml Cusack's 0.04. The first score of the second half was a point from Eoghan O'Leary, Lissycasey in the 8th minute, Shane Lee pointed from a free in the 10th. Points then followed from Eoghan O'Leary (13th) and Killian Normoyle from a free, before David Talty got Lissycasey's third goal. Ml Cusack's added three more points from frees and Lissycasey three from Alan Pyne, Cathal Considine and Ciaran Doohan to leave the full time score Lissycasey 3.11 Ml Cusack's 0.09. 
Lissycasey : Daire Meaney, Greg Allard, Michael Nagle, Christopher Talty, Noel Casey, Danny Clohessy, Daire Hanrahan, David Talty 2.01, Sean Kelly, Killian Normoyle 0.01, David Considine 0.02, Gary Stephens, Eoghan O'Leary 0.02, Sean Hayes 1.02, Niall Meere. Subs: Cathal Considine 0.01 for Sean Kelly, Levi Howard for Christopher Talty, Ciarán Doohan 0.01 for Sean Hayes, Alan Pyne 0.01 for Gary Stephens, Barry Sheehan for David Considine.

CHANGE OF VENUE: Cusack Cup game Sun March 12th  V Kilmurry Ib tomorrow is now on in Lissycasey at 11a.m.

Monthly Meeting of Lissycasey GAA Club will be held on this Thursday March 9th at 8.30p.m.

Games this week: Saturday March 11th at Carron Junior Div 4: Lissycasey V Ml.Cusack's.  Sunday March 12th at Quilty Senior Div 1 Cusack Cup: Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ib.

February 2017 : 

Training 2017: Under 8 Training Saturday at 9a.m.at Lissycasey Hall. U10 Training Monday at 7p.m. at Lissycasey Hall:  U12 training continues tomorrow Tuesday evening at 7.30 in Frure and Saturday morning at 9am in main pitch. Looking forward to seeing all our players training . Under 6 will commence in March.

Lissycasey GAA Club Players Race Night: Many thanks to everyone who supported the players fundraising race night. It was a great occasion and a great night was had by all who attended. Well done to the players. Go raibh Maith agaibh go leir.

O'Gorman Cup 2017: Lissycasey fixtures  : Sat Feb 25th. V Kilmihil away.  Sat March 4th V Kilrush away. 
Sat March 25th Bye : Sat May 6th v Doonbeg at home.  Sat May 20th v St Breckans at home.

Lissycasey players involved in Melbourne tournament

There was a big Clare involvement in the Garryowen GAA organised 9 a side Gaelic football tournament in Melbourne at the weekend. Included were eight Lissycasey players who were part of the Na Sean Fir team which recorded some good results before losing out in the final in a penalty shoot out.
The eight Lissycasey clubmen involved were Niall Casey (Ballydineen), Senan Pyne (Lissycasey), Niall McMahon (Caherea), Fergal Talty (Cragg), Gerard Murphy (Frure), Patrick Kelly (Caherea), Kieran Clancy (Boloughera) and Rory Kelly (Frure). Rory's sister Aine took part in the ladies competition.
Na Sean Fir scored an impressive 4-4 to 0-8 win over St. Kevin's in their opening game. First half goals from Adrian Boyle and Niall Casey had Na Sean Fir on their way. Senan Pyne's kick out strategy proved decisive as he picked out the hard running Gerard Murphy and Dale Evans with great accuracy resulting in many scoring chances. Second half goals from Fergal Talty and Patrick Kelly saw Na Sean Fir finish strongly to run out 4 point winners.
They then played out a thrilling draw with Geelong Gael's in their second group game. Following a sluggish start, Na Sean Fir trailed by two points at half time having played into a stiff breeze. They went further behind after the restart as the impressive Senan Pyne was beaten by a well worked effort by the Geelong Gaels. Na Sean Fir kept tacking on the points and with two minutes remaining, their patience was rewarded as Niall Casey powered through to rattle the net to draw the sides level at 1-5 apiece. Geelong Gaels had one final chance to win the game form a long range free which drifted wide much to the delight of the sizable Na Sean Fir support. These results qualified the team for the final against St. Kevins: Due to conditions at Gaelic Park, pitch 3 was deemed unplayable. Following much debate between the management of St Kevin's and Na Sean Fir, it was decided to complete the competition with a penalty shootout as their was no pitch available. Defeat was the lot for Na Sean Fir in the penalty shoot out on a scoreline of 4-1

January 2017: AGM

The Annual General Meeting of Lissycasey GAA club was held on 5/1/17.

The following officers were elected for 2017.
President: Fr P.J. Melican
Vice President: Tomo Hill.
Patrons: Fr Joe Hourigan & Fr Martin Kelly.
Chairman: Eamon Finucane.
Vice Chairman: Martin Kelly.
Secretary: Anne Hayes
Treasurer: Siobhan McSweeney
Asst Treasurer: Brendan O'Connor.
PRO: Seamus Hayes.
County Board Delegates: Eamon Finucane & Barry Keating.
Bord na nOg Delegate: Declan Kelly.
Field Committee: Martin Casey/ Christy Talty
Child Protection Officer: Sean Hayes. 
Coaching Officer: Oisin Talty.
Irish & Culture Officer: Aine Ni Aodha.

Outstanding positions will be filled at the 1st meeting of the Club on Wednesday Feb 1st.

Ar aghaidh leis an obair

 

December 2016:

Fuel Raffle Draw Results:

1. Joann Keane. Kilmaley 
2. Oliver McSweeney. Decomade. 
3. Patrick Coughlan. Crown. 
4. Tom Lillis. Cooraclare 
5. Wilma Mullins. St Joseph's Hospital. 
6. Saoirse Crowe. Kilrush. 
7. Brendan McNamara. Lissycasey 
8. Catherine McCarthy. Kilbaha. 
9. Teresa O'Neill. Buttevant 
10. Niamh Normoyle. Lissycasey. 
11. Brendan Hamilton. Cranny 
12. Anne Hayes. Lissycasey. 
13. Colette McMahon. Cranny 
14. Lisa Glynn. Woodstock. 
15. Fionn Cotter. Breaghva.

Thanks to everyone who supported the draw.

 

Under 21 Final:   A disappointing day for u-21 footballers:  Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1-13 Lissycasey 2-8

A tremendous under 21 A football final ended in disappointment for Lissycasey this afternoon when they went under by two points to Kilmurry-Ibrickane at Corofin. Before a big attendance on a dry but cold afternoon, patrons were served up a very entertaining contest in which both sides enjoyed periods of dominance.Lissycasey were dealt two huge blows before a ball was kicked with the loss of Padraig McNamara who suffered a broken hand in a car accident on Friday and then to added to the disappointment Michael Nagle suffered a groin injury in the warm up and had to withdraw.
Kilmurry made a great start and took an early lead with a goal from Keith Sexton. Lissycasey fought back and helped by a goal from Conor Finnucane they went to the break with a three point advantage, 1-7 to 1-4. Finnucane's last point, shortly before the half time whistle, could have been a goal but Kilmurry goalie Darragh Moloney managed to turn the ball over the bar. It was a different story in the second half, however as Kilmurry, inspired by the outstanding Keelan Sexton, took a grip on proceedings. They hit six unanswered points to open a three point lead by the three quarter stage and things seemed to be going from bad to worse for Lissycasey when they were reduced to fourteen with the sending off of midfielder Brian Cahill.Inspired by the outstanding Ryan Griffin, team captain, Lissycasey fought back and Griffin found the net to level the tie with just over ten minutes to go. Lissycasey had a couple of opportunities to hit the front but failed to capitalise on these and Kilmurry hit back with excellent points from Keelan Sexton and Dermot Coughlan. Lissycasey piled on the pressure in the closing minutes but all they could managed was a Michael O'Malley point as Kilmurry held on for victory.
Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle (0-2); Roy Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Daire Hanrahan; Oisin Hanrahan, Seamus Collins, Levi Howard; Ryan Griffin (1-1) Brian Cahill (0-1); Conor Finnucane (1-3), Conor Talty, Michael O'Malley (0-1); Aaron Griffin, Sean Kennedy, Eoin O'Leary.
Subs; Gary Stephens for O'Leary' Niall Meere for Kennedy; Ciaran Doohan for A. Griffin.

U21 Final:  Looking forward to tomorrows Under 21 Final when all roads will lead to Corofin. Best of luck to out panel and mentors and looking forward to a great game so see you all in Corofin at 2p.m. 
Up the Maroon & White.

Winter Fuel Raffle:Many thanks to our Winter draw ticket sellers who were at Tesco, Kilrush today. Thanks to Anna Killeen, Joan Leahy, Elizabeth & Eamon Finucane, Anne Hayes and Martin Kelly who had a great day. Many many thanks to Maureen & Tesco and to all the wonderful people who supported us. Go raibh mile maith agaibh,

Scor na nOg 2017: Lissycasey won two titles at Scor na nOg in Lissycasey Hall last night. Leiriu: Grace & Michael Madigan, Ellen & Shane Griffin, Jack Cahill, Aodan Hanrahan & Kevin Shivers: Set Dancing: Ellen Griffin, Clodagh O Herlihy, Lisa Hill, Aoibhe & Caolan Crowe, Aodan Hanrahan, Evan O'Sullivan & Kieran Weaver. Both teams will represent Clare in the Munster Final. We were also represented in Ballad Group: Lauren & Jack Leahy, Grace Donnelly, Grace Madigan & Aoibhe Crowne, Solo Singing Jack Leahy & Aoibhe Crowe. Well done to everyone.

November 2016:

U21 Semi Final: Lissycasey 2-13 Shannon Gaels/Kilmihil 1-7

First half goals from Padraig McNamara and Aaron Griffin laid the foundation for Lissycasey's comfortable and merited win over the Shannon Gaels/Kilmihil combination in the semi-final of the under 21 A football championship on a cold night at Cooraclare on Friday. The teams were evenly matched in the opening quarter and were level t 0-2 each after six minutes. Lissycasey put in a storming last ten minutes to the half which yielded 1-4 without reply to lead 2-7 to 0-3 at the interval.The amalgamation side made two changes to their line up for the second half and started the new period well with 1-1, the goal coming from Sean Crowley after a defensive blunder by the winners. Lissycasey hit back with six unanswered points to seal their passage to the final on an evening when Levi Howard, Conor Talty, Conor Finnucane, Padraig McNamara, until injury forced him out of the game, and Michael Nagle did well.
The team line out was; Killian Normoyle; Roy Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Michael Nagle; Seamus Collins, Oisin Hanrahan, Levi Howard; Brian Cahill, Ryan Griffin (capt); Conor Finnucane (0-5), Conor Talty (0-4), Daire Hanrahan; Aaron Griffin (1-0), Padraig McNamara (1-1), Eoghan O'Leary (0-1);
Subs; Gary Stephens (0-1) for McNamara (inj); Niall Meere for O'Leary; Sean Kennedy (0-1) for A. Griffin,
 Cathal Considine for D. Hanrahan; Aaron Slattery for Howard;

Under 21 Quarter Final: Lissycasey 0.09 Eire Og 1.04 This game was played in Miltown . Referee Pat Cosgrove blew for a minutes silence before the game in memory of Eire Og Man Eugene McNamara RIP who was buried on Sunday and was a great Eire Og club man. Lissycasey got their first point in the 4th minute which was from a free by Conor Finucane. There was then a 2 minute break as the Referee had to retire to his car for a new whistle!! Eire Og's goalkeeper Nathan Murray got a point from a free in the 7th minute. Lissycasey's Conor Finucane then scored two points, from play in the 10th and from a free in the 25th before Eire Og's Barry Cotter goaled in the 27th. Conor Finucane pointed from a free in the 29th to leave the sides tied at half time Eire Og 1.01 Lissycasey 0.04 
Lissycasey started well in the second half scoring 3 points without reply in the 1st, 10th & 11the minute from Ryan Griffin (2) and Conor Talty (1) Eire Og then scored 3 points in succession from Barry Cotter (free in the 13th) Conal O hAinifin in the 16th & Barry Cotter 17th, both from play. Conor Finucane & Eoghan O'Leary pointed for Lissycasey in the 25th and 28th minutes. Eire Og goalkeeper Nathan Murray pulled off a great save in the 29th while Eire Og attacked the goal in the last few minutes which saw a goal chance just go inches wide of the post. Lissycasey held out for a two point victory. Lissycasey 0.09. Eire Og 1.04;
Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle. Roy Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Mickie Nagle, Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Daire Hanrahan. Brian Cahill, Conor Talty, Aaron Griffin, Conor Finucane, Oisin Hanrahan, Niall Meere, Padraig McNamara, Gary Stephens. Subs: Levi Howard for Niall Meere. Eoghan O'Leary for Gary Stephens.

October 2016:

Under 21 Championship 2016: Lissycasey 2.13 Cooraclare 1.09 
Lissycasey started well and were 1.04 up (from Niall Meere 0.01, Conor Talty 0.02, Michael O'Malley 0.01 and Gary Stephens 1.00 before Cooraclare got their first point from Ciaran O'Donoghue in the 18th minute. Lissycasey then added 3 more points from Gary Stephens 0.01 and goalkeeper Killian Normoyle ( 2 from frees) Pearse Lillis then pointed for Cooraclare and Conor Finucane added another point which left the half time score Lissycasey 1.08 Cooraclare 0.02. Lissycasey had 2 early points in the 2nd half in the 1st & 2nd minute from Oisin Hanrahan & Paraic McNamara. Cooraclare replied in the 3rd & 4th with a goal and a point from Ciarain O'Donoghue. Cooraclare pointed in the 9th minute followed by a Conor Finucane point in the 12th, Cooraclare replied with a point in the 15th minute. Lissycasey then added a point and a goal in the 17th & 18th both coming from Michael O'Malley. Cooraclare added two more points before Michael O'Malley pointed for Lissycasey in the 25th.The last score came from Cooraclare, a point in the 33rd minute leaving the full time score Lissycasey 2.13 Cooraclare 1.09
Lissycasey Killian Normoyle. Roy Griffin, Niall McCarthy. Michael Nagle, Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Daire Hanrahan, Conor Talty, Brian Cahill, Michael O'Neill Conor Finucane, Oisin Hanrahan, Gay Stephens, Padraig McNamara, Niall Meere. Subs: Eoghan O'Leary for Niall Meere, Aaron Griffin for Gary Stephens. Levi Howard for Conor Talty

Under 21 Championship:  Lissycasey V Cooraclare will be held in Kilmihil on this coming Friday October 21st at 7.45.

Tom Conway Tournament : U13 competition will be held in Frure on Saturday from 11a.m. Teams competing. Cooraclare. Clondegad. Kilrush & Lissycasey.

Under 13 West Clare Title for Lissycasey: Lissycasey 0.12 Kilmurry Ib 0.05

Cusack Cup 2016: Lissycasey 1.07 Ennistymon 2.04 (Draw)
Lissycasey have retained their Cusack Cup status by drawing with Ennistymon today in Lahinch. Before the game there was a minutes silence in memory of David McMahon RIP. Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from Paul Nagle in the 2nd minute. Ennistymon then got the next three points from Kevin Hehir (6th minute) and Cathal Malone 0.02 in the 9th and 11th. Lissycasey added two further points in the 23rd minute from Matt O'Shea and a free from Niall Kelly in the 32nd minute to leave the half time score Lissycasey 0.03 Ennistymon 0.03. Ennistymon opened the second half scoring with a point from a free in the 8th minute from Danny Rouine. Paul Nagle got Lissycasey's goal in the 15th minute followed by an Oisin Talty point from play. Ennistymon's Cathal Malone then scored two goal in the 18th and 25th minute but Lissycasey fought hard with Niall Kelly pointing in the 28th minute and Enda Finucane in the 29th to level the match. Final Score Lissycasey 1.07 Ennistymon 2.04
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Martin Moran, Ryan Griffin. Cyril Sheehan. Seamus Collins, Gerry Moran. Oisin Hanrahan. Niall McCarthy. Matt O'Shea. Kevin Hanrahan, Enda Finucane. Conor Finucane. Paul Nagle, Niall Kelly, Francis Hayes. Subs: Cathal Hill for Oisin Hanrahan (injured) Oisin Talty for Matt O'Shea (injured)

Minor Championship Quarter Final: Corofin 1.10 Lissycasey 1.0

September 2016: Senior championship : Kilmurry Ib 2.19 Lissycasey 0.09 

Lissycasey GAA club are very proud of our Senior panel who played under very difficult circumstances today.

When you’re up against a trouble, 
Meet it squarely, face to face; 
Lift your chin and set your shoulders, 
Plant your feet and take a brace. 
When it’s vain to try to dodge it, 
Do the best that you can do; 
You may fail, but you may conquer, 
See it through!

Kilmurry Ib 2.19 Lissycasey 0.09 
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Martin Moran, Ryan Griffin, Cyril Sheehan. Oisin Hanrahan, Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins. Matt O'Shea. Cathal Doohan ,Kevin Hanrahan. Connor Finucane. Conor Talty Enda Finucane, Francie Hayes, Niall Kelly. Subs: Niall McCarthy, Paul Nagle, Michael O'Malley, Oisin Talty, Paraic McNamara, Mickie Nagle. 
Scores 1st half: Connor Finucane 0.01. Niall Kelly 0.02. Matt O'Shea 0.01
2nd Half: Connor Finucane, 0.01 Niall Kelly 0.02. Enda Finucane 0.02.

Senior Championship: CANCELLED: Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ib

Garda Tournament 2016:  Lissycasey 3.08 Banner 4.00
Lissycasey's first point came from a free from Eoghan Smith in the 1st minute. Two points from play followed from Shane Culligan and Diarmuid Cahill before Diarmuid Cahill scored Lissycasey's 1st goal. Two points followed from Darragh Killeen and Eoghan Smith before Conor Meaney scored Lissycasey's 2nd goal followed by a point from Darragh Killeen to leave the half time score Lissycasey 2.06 to Banner 0.00. 
The Banner got off to a great start in the second half scoring 2 goals in the first few minures, (one from a penalty and the 2nd from play)Eoghan Smith scored a point for Lissycasey before the Banner got their 3rd goal.Eoghan Smith then scored a point from play followed by a great Luke Griffin goal.The Banner then goaled from a penalty before the final whistle sounded. Final score Lissycasey 3.08 Banner 4.00. The shield was presented to Captain Jack Cahill by Clare Senior football manager Colm Collins while Eoghan Smith got the player of the game award. 
 

August 2016

Draw for senior championship 1/4 finals : Sat /Sun 10/11th Sept:

Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ib @ Cooraclare
Miltown v Clondegad @ Doonbeg
Cooraclare v Doonbeg @ Kilmihil
Cratloe v Ennistymon @ Cusack Park.

Lissycasey bow out of Junior Championship: Ballyvaughan 4.06. Lissycasey 0.11
Ballyvaughan got off to an excellent start with a goal from play in the 2nd minute.This was followed by a point in the 3rd and a second goal in the 12th. Lissycasey got their 1st point from Eoghan O'Leary in the 15th minute followed by a point from a Killian Normoyle in the 19th. Ballyvaughan added 2 points from play in the 19th and 22nd with Lissycasey adding 2 points from Gary Stephens and David Considine leaving the half time score Ballyvaughan 2.03 to Lissycasey's 0.04 Eoghan O'Leary opened the 2nd half scoring with a point in the 2nd minute Ballyvaughan goaled in the 5th minute and added a point in the 9th. Lissycasey then had points from David Considine (3) Derek Doohan (1) and Daire Keane(2) while Ballyvaughan added a point in the 26th and a goal in additional time leaving the final score Ballyaughan 4.06 Lissycasey 0.11Lissycasey had many chances and hit the crossbar on a number of occasions.
Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Christopher Talty, Sean Devitt, Derick McMahon, Daire Hanrahan, Noel Casey, Greg Allard, Noel Finucane, Sean Kelly, Eoin Fitzgerald. David Considine, Daire Keane, Eoghan O'Leary, Derick Doohan, Gary Stephens. Subs: Niall Meere for Eoghan O'Leary. Aaron Talty for Gary Stephens. Daire Meaney for Sean Kelly.

Senior Championship:  Lissycasey 1.14 O'Curry's 0.05
14 Man Lissycasey team defeat O'Curry's
Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point in the 1st minute from Oisin Hanrahan closely followed by an O'Curry's point in the 2nd minute. Niall Kelly pointed from a free in the 7th and O'Curry's replied in the 8th and went ahead with another point in the 11th, Cathal Doohan scored Lissycasey's only goal in the 15th minute and Niall Kelly added 2 points from frees while O'Curry's added another point to the total in additional time to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1,04 O'Curry's 0.04 while Lissycasey were reduced to 14 men before the half time whistle when Mickie O'Neill was sent to the line by referee Pat Cosgrove. Lissycasey dominated the 2nd half with scores from Francie Hayes 0.01, Oisin Hanrahan 0.01 Conor Finucane 0.02. Niall Kelly 0.04 Martin Moran 0.01 and Enda Finucane while O'Curry's only scored 1 point in this half. Final Score Lissycasey 1.14 O'Curry's 0.05 and Lissycasey move on to the Quarter finals in 2 weeks. 
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Martin Moran . Ryan Griffin, Cyril Sheehan. Oisin Hanrahan. Gerry Moran, Niall McCarthy. Matt O'Shea, Cathal Doohan, Kevin Hanrahan, Enda Finucane, Michael O'Neill, Connor Finucane, Francie Hayes, Niall Kelly, Subs: Paul Nagle Seamus Collins , Conor Talty ,Oisin Talty,Kevin Harahan & Paraic McNamara

Senior Championship Draw: Lissycasey V O'Curry's

Senior Championship Rd 2 ;Cratloe 2.14 Lissycasey 0.14 after extra time. 
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes, Martin Moran, Ryan Griffin, Cyril Sheehan, Oisin Hanrahan ,Gerry Moran, Seanus Collins,Matt O'Shea, Niall McCarthy, Kevin Hanrahan, Conor Finucane, Michael O'Neill, Enda Finucane, Francie Hayes, Niall Kelly.
Half time score Lissycasey 0.05 Cratloe 0.04 with Lissycasey scores from Niall Kelly 0.02, Michael O'Neill, 0.01 Conor Finucane 0.01 & Francie Hayes 0.01. 
Full time score 0.09 to 0.09 Scores in this half from Francie Hayes 0.01 Enda Finucane 0.02 Michael O'Neill 0.01
Extra time saw Lissycasey score only 1 point in the first h10 minute half. This point coming from Matt O'Shea. 4 points followed in the second period of extra time from Francie Hayes 0.03 and Niall Kelly 0.01. However Cratloe scored 2.05 in extra time to leave the final score 2.14 to 0.14. 
Subs: Cathal Doohan, Conor Talty, Paul Nagle, David Talty, Oisin Talty. Oisin Hanrahan.

Rial 2.6 Official Guide clearly states: RULE 2 - THE PLAYERS (f) A Caution (Yellow Card) issued in Normal Time shall not carry over into Extra Time therefor the decision to send off Cathal Doohan on 2 yellows was incorrect!!!!!

 

Lissycasey 3.07 KIB 4.04.

Half time score Lissycasey 1.05 KIB 2.03

Lissycasey. Killian Normoyle , Greg Allard, Sean Devitt, Derek McMahon, Tom Collins, Noel Casey, Levi Howard, Noel Finucane, Daire Hanrahan, Niall Meere, David Considine, Sean Kelly, Eoghan O'Leary, Derek Doohan, Gary Stephens. Subs. Aaron Talty for Eoghan O'Leary, Daire Keane for Niall Meere, Eoghan Fitzgerald for Sean Kelly. Christopher Talty for Tom Collins, Daire Meaney for Gary Stephens.

June 2016:

O'Gorman Cup Final : Lissycasey 0.10 Ennistymon 1.05 (after extra time)Lissycasey: Daire Meaney , Cyril Sheehan, Ryan Griffin, Martin Moran. Oisin Talty. Gerry Moran, Oisin Hanrahan, Conor Talty, Matt O'Shea, Kevin Hanrahan, Conor Finucane, David Talty, Niall Kelly, Francis Hayes, Enda Finucane. 
Half time score Lissycasey 0.01 Ennistymon 0.01. Lissycasey's point coming from Francie Hayes in the 15th minute. Full time Lissycasey 0.04. Ennistymon 0.04 with Lissycasey points from Conor Finucane in the 2nd minute, Niall Kelly in the 12th & 27th. Extra time of 10 minutes each way. Half time 0.08 to 0.05 Lissycasey scores from Niall Kelly 0.03 in the 2nd 4th & 10th and Paul Nagle in the 6th. Ennistymon scored a goal in the 2nd period of extra time while Paul Nagle & Francie Hayes pointed from Lissycasey. Final Score Lissycasey 0.10 Ennistmon 1.05
Lissycasey Subs: Paul Nagle, Padraig McNamara, Mikie Nagle, Noel Finucane, Sean Kelly.

Senior Championship: Lissycasey 2.08 Ennistymon 0.02.

Lissycasey Minor Fixtures 2016
6/7/16 Rd I. Wolfetones V Lissycasey 
13/6/16 Rd 2: Lissycasey V Clarecastle 
20/6/16 Rd 3: Lissycasey V Clondegad 
27/6/16 Rd 4: Cratloe V Lissycasey
3/7/16 Rd 5: Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ib.
10/7/16 Rd 6: Kilmurry Ib V Lissycasey 
17/7/16 Rd 7 Lissycasey V Corofin

O'Gorman Cup:  Lissycasey 4.14 O'Curry's 1.06
Lissycasey defeated O'Curry's in the O'Gorman Cup tie played in Lissycasey on Sat June 4th. Half time score was Lissycasey 1.07 O'Curry's 1.02. with Lissycasey scores coming from Oisin Hanrahan 0.02. David Talty 1.00. Enda Finucane 0.01 Connor Finucane 0.02.Oisin Talty 0.01 Francie Hayes 0.01. Lissycasey took control in the 2nd half with David Talty producing a hat trick adding 2 more goals to his first half contribution. Other scores came from Oisin Talty 1.00. Matt O'Shea 0.01, Conor Finucane 0.02 Enda Finucane 0.02 Francie Hayes. 0.01 Oisin Hanrahan 0.01 Final Score Lissycasey 4.14 O Curry's 1.06: Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Oisin Talty, Niall McCarthy, Padraig McNamara, Enda Finucane . Cathal Doohan, Conor Talty, Matt O'Shea. Danny Clohessy, David Talty, Niall Kelly Kevin Hanrahan, Oisin Hanrahan , Francie Hayes, Conor Finucane. Subs: Gerry Moran for Niall McCarthy. David Considine for Niall Kelly

Cusack Cup: Cratloe 2-6 Lissycasey 0-11: Lissycasey's hopes of making the play offs in this season's Cusack cup ended with this one point loss to Cratloe at Lissycasey on Thursday evening.A controversial decision by referee John Brew to award a penalty to Cratloe inside the last five minutes turned this tie in Cratloe's favour as Cathal McInerney converted the resultant free which gave the visitors the lead for the first time.The home side had the better of the first half exchanges and led at half time 0-5 to 0-3. Indeed they would not have been flattered with a greater advantage at this time as they had created a number of good chances which weren't converted.In the opening minutes of the second half Lissycasey added two points to open a four point lead and this was still the position entering the final quarter.With less than ten minutes to go Cratloe levelled when David Collins goaled but Enda Finnucane quickly restored Lissycasey's lead which they held until that penalty decision. Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle; Padraic McNamara Ryan Griffin, Martin Moran; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Niall McCArthy; Conor Talty Matt O'Shea; Kevin Hanrahan (0-2), Conor Finnucane (0-2), Oisin Hanrahan; Paul Nagle (0-1), Niall Kelly (0-1) Enda Finnucane (0-5);Subs—David Talty for Nagle (inj.); Oisin Talty for K. Hanrahan; Danny Clohessy for McCarthy

May 2016:

Junior Football : Lissycasey 1.12 Ballyvaughan 2.06: The games today was played in the beautiful setting of Ballyvaughan. Lissycasey lined out as follows: Daire Meaney, Derick McMahon. Matt Kilroy, Gary Stephens, Cathal Hill, Cyril Sheehan. Kevin Hanrahan, Noel Finucane, Sean Kelly, Oisin Talty, David Considine, Niall Meere, Eoin O'Leary. Paudie Carmody, Killian Normoyle. David McMahon for Sean Kelly. Half time score was Lissycasey 0.06 Ballyvaughan 1.02 Scores came from David Considine 0.01 Niall Meere 0.01, Cathal Hill 0.01. Eoghan O'Leary 0.03 .
2nd Half scores came from Noel Finucane 0.01,Oisin Talty 0.03 David Considine 0.02. Eoghan O'Leary 1.00

U8 Blitz on next Friday May 20th at Lissycasey Main field at 6.30p.m. 
All welcome to come and see our young players of the future starting their football career for the club and county. Visiting teams will attend and a great evening of football is assured.

SWAP your old Lissycasey Gear:  Wanted Jerseys & Togs that you child has outgrown. You can now sell them back to the club and we will sell them on. Gear MUST be in good nick and clean. Contact club Secretary Anne Hayes

CASH FOR CLUBS IS BACK! Topaz are giving local Clubs up to €250,000! Collect 1 TOKEN with every €30 fuel fill at Topaz

Please register Lissycasey GAA Club as your local Club on https://www.playorpark.ie/cash-for-clubs  Start collecting Tokens from Monday 16th May with every €30 fuel fill. Once Lissycasey club has collected 2,000 TOKENS we will be entered into the Cash for Clubs draw and could win €10,000 start collecting for Lissycasey GAA Club today!Go raibh mile maith agaibh

Paul Cleary Tournament U13 : Well done Lissycasey Under 13 team who won the Paul Cleary tournament Labasheeda. Lissycasey defeated Cooraclare in the final.

Cusack Cup:  Cusack Cup: Kilmurry-Ibrickane 6-10 Lissycasey 1-7 : Lissycasey suffered their heaviest defeat in some time when going under to title holders and leaders Kilmurry-Ibrickane in round six of the cusack cup at Lissycasey on today Saturday. A much changed Lissycasey team struggled from the outset and they were well behind at half time when the score was 5-6 to 1-5 after the home side had played with the aid of the breeze. Points were exchanged in the opening five minutes, Oisin Hanrahan equalising for Lissycasey after Keelan Sexton had put the winners ahead but then in the space of ten minutes the visitors hit 3-2 without reply to take command of the tie. Paul Nagle scored Lissycasey's goal two minutes from the break but the half finished badly for the home side as they conceded two goals in the space of a minute. At half time Lissycasey introduced the experienced Gerry Moran and Cathal Hill and made a number of positional changes and the second half proved to be a tighter affair, Kilmurry's sixth goal coming in the final minute of the half. Overall, it was a very disappointing performance from the home side who will need to show a huge improvement if they hope to make an impression in the championship.Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle; Cyril Sheehan, Matt O'Shea, Kevin Hanrahan; Seamus Collins, Francis Hayes (0-1), Oisin Talty; Enda Finnucane (0-1) Ryan Griffin; Niall Kelly (0-2) Oisin Hanrahan (0-2), Conor Finnucane (0-1); Paul Nagle (1-0), Danny Clohessy, Martin Moran;
Subs; Cathal Hill for Talty; Gerry Moran for M. Moran; Daire Hanrahan for Nagle; Padraic McNamara for G. Moran (inj); Michael Nagle for K. Hanrahan.

April 2016:

Cusack Cup: Doonbeg 2.12 Lissycasey 1.09. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Cyril Sheehan. Oisin Hanrahan. Kevin Hanrahan, Daire Hanrahan, Danny Clohessy. Matt O'Shea. Sean Kelly, Enda Finucane, martin Moran, Francie Hayes, Niall Kelly, Conor Finucane, Half time: Doonbeg 2.04 Lissycasey 1.05. Conor Finucane 1.04 Francie Hayes 0.01. Full Time score Doonbeg 2.12 Lissycasey 1.09. Lissycasey'4 scores in 2nd half Enda Finucane 0.02 Conor Finucane 0.01. Francie Hayes 0.01. Subs: Cathal Hill for Cyril Sheehan (Blood Sub) Cathal Hill for Sean Kelly. Niall Meere for Daire Hanrahan.Noel Finucane for Francie Hayes (Black Card) David Considine for Danny Clohessy. Seamus Collins Red Card. Joe Blake Doonbeg (red Card)

Feile Peil na nOg:  Lissycasey were beaten by both Eire Og & Clondegad in Feile. The team performed very week and were unlucky at the end. Well done to all.

Cusack Cup:  Clondegad 1-10 Lissycasey 0-6
Lissycasey suffered their first defeat in this season's Cusack cup when they went under to Clondegad at Ballynacally on Sunday. In particularly difficult weather conditions, the sending off to two players proved very costly for Lissycasey. Having just scored the opening point, Paul Nagle was shown a red card in the third minute while early in the second half, Oisin Hanrahan picked up a second yellow card which ended his involvement in the game.Being two players short at any time is difficult but it was particularly difficult in the conditions which prevailed on Sunday.Clondegad finished with fourteen as, shortly before the final whistle, their top scorer, Paudge McMahon, picked up a straight red card.
As mentioned, Paul Nagle put Lissycasey ahead in the first minute and it was the tenth minute before Cillian Brennan equalised for the home side. Niall Kelly restored Lissycasey's lead and they held this until just before the half time whistle when Paudge McMahon levelled to leave the score at 0-2 each at the break.Both sides created goal opportunities in the first half but none were converted. Both also had to make changes as they lost players, Joe Neylon (Clondegad) and Cyril Sheehan (Lissycasey) to black cards. Lissycasey also had Gerry Moran black carded shortly before the full time whistle McMahon put Clondegad ahead in the first minute of the second half before the visitors were reduced to thirteen and from here on the home side took a grip on proceedings. They added points from McMahon and Gary Brennan frees before Niall Kelly pulled one back for Lissycasey to leave the score at 0-5 to 0-3 at the three quarter stage. David Brassil, Eoghan Donnellan and Shane Brennan had points in as many minutes for the home side before a great Lissycasey move ended with Kevin Hanrahan's fisted effort just going over the bar with the Clondegad defence struggling. Clondegad sealed victory when Cillian Brennan goaled seven minutes from time.
Lissycasey's next game is a home tie against Doonbeg on Sunday next. 
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Ryan Griffin, Seamus Collins; Kevin Hanrahan (0-1) Gerry Moran, Oisin Hanrahan; Matt O'Shea, Danny Clohessy; Oisin Talty, Martin Moran, Daire Hanrahan; Paul Nagle (0-1),Niall Kelly (0-2), Conor Finnucane;
Subs; Enda Finnucane (0-2) for Talty; Noel Finnucane for Sheehan; Talty for D. Hanrahan; Sean Kelly for Clohessy; Eoin O'Leary for G. Moran

 

Junior League:  Michael Cusack's 1.07 Lissycasey 0.08
Lissycasey Daire Meaney, Greg Allard, Daire Hanrahan, Sean Devitt, Cyril Sheehan, Kevin Hanrahan, Oisin Talty, Killian Normoyle, Noel Finucane, Levi Howard, Padriaig Carmody, Gary Stephens, Aaron Slattery, Sean Kelly, Eoghan O'LearySubs: Derick McMahon for Levi Howard, Roy Griffin for Aaron Slattery, David Considine for Gary Stephens.

March 2016:

U16 Div 2 Championship: Rd 1 : Lissycasey V Doonbeg on Wednesday 30/3/16

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 0.10 Eire Og 0.09 : Half time score Lissycasey 0.07 Eire Og 0.04 with Lissycasey scores from Niall Kelly 0.04, Francie Hayes 0.01, Paul Nagle 0.01 Oisin Talty 0.01. Lissycasey's points in the 2nd half coming from Gerry Moran, Niall Kelly & Enda Finucane. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes, Cyril Sheehan, Ryan Griffin, Seamo Collins, Kevin Hanrahan, Gerry Moran, Oisin Hanrahan, Niall McCarthy, Enda Finnucane, Martin Moran, Francie Hayes, Oisin Talty, Paul Nagle, Sean Kelly, Niall Kelly. Subs: Daire Hanrahan for Francie Hayes (injured) Conor Finucane for Sean Kelly, Noel Finnucane for Ryan Griffin, Gary Stephens for Oisin Talty.

O'Gorman Cup: Round 2: Lissycasey 1.08. Ennistymon 0.12
Lissycasey: Daire Meaney , Martin Moran, Danny Clohessy, Cyril Sheehan, Kevin Hanrahan, Enda Finnucane, Gary Stephens, Francis Hayes, Noel Finnucane, Paul Nagle, Oisin Hanrahan, Gerry Moran, Niall Kelly, Sean Kelly, Eoghan O'Leary, Niall Meere for Gary Stephens, Cathal Doohan for Daniel Clohessy, Paudie Carmody for Eoghan O'Leary, Niall McCarthy for Paul Nagle.

O'Gorman Cup:  Rd 1 : Lissycasey 1.14. Sh Gaels 0.05. 
Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Cyril Sheehan. Seamus Collins. Gerry Moran. Kevin Hanrahan. Enda Finucane. Oisin Talty. Danny Clohessy. Niall McCarthy. Martin Moran. Francis Hayes. Oisin Hanrahan. Conor Finnucane. Niall Kelly. Sean Kelly. Niall Meere. Eoghan O'Leary. Gary Stephens. Noel Finucane.

Scor na bPaisti 2016: Lissycasey won 3 County titles at Scor na bPaisti which was held at Lissycasey hall on Sunday last. Novelty Act: Aoibhe Crowe, Ellen Griffin, Caitlin Monaghan, Barry Conway , Aimee  Monaghan, Jack Cahill, Padraig Conway & Laura Griffin:  Ballad Group: Laura Griffin, Aobhe Crowe, Jack Leahy, Ellen Griffin & Jack Cahill & Set Dancing:Aoibhe Crowe, Barry Conway, Lauren Leahy, Stephen Davoran, Ellen Rose Culligan, Jack Leahy, Ellen Griffin & Shane Culligan. 

February 2016:

2nd Registration night:  Friday March 4th: If you missed Registration night , we have another night on Friday March at 7.30 at Frure.

Registration Night. Friday February 19th from 7.30-8.30 at Frure meeting room. Juvenile, Adult & Family rates available. Please note for insurance reasons all players MUST have their membership paid, BEFORE THE FIRST GAME, to be eligible to play. All Juvenile players are requested to produce a copy of their birth cert on registration night.

Under 12 Football 
Training for the boys under 12 will commence on Friday 26th of February at Frure from 5.30 to 6.45pm. Anyone interested in getting involved with this group are more than welcome .All players and team mentors must be fully paid up members of the club in advance of this date. Further information from Pat 0868256709.

January 2016

Lissycasey GAA club 1st meeting of the new year takes place on this Thursday Jan 7th at 8p.m.

December 2015

Christmas Greetings from Lissycasey GAA Club. Wishing everyone a peaceful Christmas and Happy New Year.

Results of Lissycasey Winter Fuel Raffle.

1st. 500 Litres of heating oil: Jim O'Brien. Mullagh. 
2nd: Tonne Coal : Amy Quinn. Boloughera.
3rd: Tonne Briquettes: Ciarain Doohan. Pitfield.

4th: 1/2 Tonne Coal: Pamela Normoyle. Lissycasey
5th. 1/2 Tonne Broquettes: Sheila Maher. Lisheen.
6th. 25 Bales of Briquettes: Mary Hill. Frure. 
7th. 60 Bags of turf: Norma Trimm. Buttevant. 
8th. Oil Voucher. Seamus Doohan. Pitfield.
9th. Tyre Voucher. Tony McMahon. Decomade. 
10th. Flynn's Hotel Voucher. Bernie Moran. Lanna
11th. Gym Voucher. Tom Kelly. Benedin.
12th. Turkey/Ham Vouchers. Kathleen O'Callaghan Cloncolman.
13th. Hamper. Leona O'Rourke. Breaghva
14th. Marquee Pass: Mairead Hayes. Lismorris. 
15th. Chimney voucher: Deirdre Moloney. Clare Road.

Annual General Meeting. The Annual General meeting of Lissycasey GAA club took place on Thursday last. It was the largest attendance at an AGM for quite a while. There was excellent review on the past year with many plans being laid for 2016. Officers for 2016: President: Fr P.J. Melican. Joint Vice Presidents. Senan Culligan & Tomo Hill. Joint Patrons: Fr Joe Hourigan/ Fr Martin Kelly. Chairman: Eamon Finucane. Secretary: Anne Hayes. Treasurer: Siobhan McSweeney. P.R.O. Seamus Hayes. Registrar: Martin Kelly. Irish & Cultural Officer: Anne Hayes: Child Protection Officer: Mark Murphy. ASAP officer. Denis O'Herlihy. Field Chairman: Marty Casey.

Annual General Meeting. The Annual General meeting of Lissycasey GAA club will take place on this Thursday December 10th at the Clubhouse in the main pitch starting at 8.30. There will be a review of the past year and plans for 2016 will be made.  All members are invited to attend.

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey will represent Clare in two competitions at the Munster Scor Final on Sunday January 3rd in Cappoquin, Co Waterford. The Music & Ballad group were successful in qualifying for the final on Sunday last in Cashel. Good luck to Ballad Group of Tara O'Malley, Aisling Hehir, Isobel Cantillon, Clodagh Doohan & Aodain Hanrahan. Music Group of Tara O'Malley, Clodagh Doohan, Ciara Sheehan and Aisling Hehir.

November 2015: 

Scor na nOg : Lissycasey won 3 County Scor na nOg titles in Gurteen today. Novelty Act of Kevin Shivers, Michael & Grace Madigan, Ellen & Shane Griffin, Jack Cahill & Aodain Hanrahan. Ballad Group of Tara O'Malley, Aisling Hehir, Isobel Cantillon, Clodagh Doohan & Aodain Hanrahan. Music Group of Tara O'Malley, Clodagh Doohan, Ciara Sheehan and Aisling Hehir. All three groups will represent Clare at the Munster Semi Final in Cashel on Sunday Dec 6th. We also had 2 quiz teams who performed excellently. Well done to all.

U21 Semi-final.  Eire Og 1-11 Lissycasey 0-13. There was heartbreak for the club's under 21 footballers  at Hennessy park in Miltown on Saturday afternoon when they faced defending champions Eire Og in the 2015 A championship semi-final. Ahead 0-7 to 0-3 with six minutes remaining in a contest which produced some impressive football, Lissycasey looked to be on their way to a place in the final. Eire Og rallied and cut the deficit to the minimum with two minutes to play before Killian Normoyle landed a '45 in the final minute of normal time to put the locals two clear. Eire Og refused to throw in the towel and, in injury time, they landed two points to tie the game at 0-8 each and force extra time.At the end of the first period of extra time, Lissycasey were a point in arrears (0-9 to 0-10), having played against the wind. They dominated the second period and with just two minutes to play were two points clear, 0-12 to 0-10. Eire Og pulled one back before substitute Gary Stephens put Lissycasey two clear again as the game went into injury time. In the third minute of injury time, Eire Og struck for the game's only goal, a score which put them through to the final.Lissycasey players, management and supporters were shattered. The team had dominated for the majority of the game but missed chances and taking the wrong option on occasions cost them dearly.Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle; Padraig McNamara, Niall McCarthy, Dara Hanrahan; Barry Lynch, Oisin Hanrahan, Seamus Collins; Brian Cahill, Conor Talty; Michael O'Malley, Conor Finnucane, David Talty; Levi Howard, Ciaran Doohan, Michael Nagle; Subs; Niall Meere for Doohan; Gary Stephens for Howard; Ryan Griffin for Lynch; Lynch for Meere; Howard for McCarthy; Eoin O'Leary for Collins

October 2015: Under 21 Championship: Lissycasey 2.09 Kilmurry Ib 0.08.

Under 21 Championship:  Under 21 championship Draw: Rd 1. Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ibrickane :  Date and venue to be confirmed

Under 13. Lissycasey have qualified for the final of the West Clare U13 championship. Opposition is Kilrush to be played next weekend.

Lissycasey GAA gear: Order for Christmas. Hoodies, Jerseys, Half Zip top, Tracksuits, Togs, Socks, Gear Bags. Deposits now being taken. Join our Christmas club. Further information from 0862659561 .Orders in by Oct 20th.

September 2015:

Senior "B" Semi Final : Kilmurry Ib 2.15 Lissycasey 1.13

August 2015:

Junior Championship: Michael Cusack's 0.10 Lissycasey 0.07

Senior Championship: Disappointment for senior footballers:  O'Curry's 0-7 Lissycasey 0-6
Lissycasey's hopes of senior championship honours were ended at Cooraclare on Saturday afternoon when they went under by the minimum margin to O'Currys. The men from the penninsula enjoyed the better of matters in the opening half at the end of which they led by five points, 0-6 o 0-1. Adopting the same tactics as had proved successful against Eire Og in the previous round, Lissycasey struggled throughout the opening half when the men from the West dominated in the key areas and they were somewhat unfortunate not to have had a greater lead when the half time whistle sounded.
Lissycasey did much better after the break but early chances were wasted before a Michael O'Neill point gave them hope. At the three quarter stage it was 0-6 to 0-1 after Niall Kelly pointed for Lissycasey. They continued to improve 
and with seven minutes still to play, the teams were level at 0-6 each after Conor Finnucane had hit the equaliser.
Lissycasey had a couple of chances to take the lead but they failed to find the target. A minute from the end of normal time Lissycasey conceded an unnecessary free and Eoin Troy split the posts for what proved to be the winning score. Three minutes of additional time followed during which Lissycasey had two wides.A big talking point was the decision of match referee Rory Hickey to send off Lissycasey defender Cathal Hill early in the second half. The experienced player was a huge loss to Lissycasey whose best performers on this disappointing afternoon were Seamus Collins, Ryan Griffin, Enda Finnucane and Barry Lynch who was surprisingly replaced at half time;
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Padraig McNamara, Ryan Griffin, Seamus Collins; Cathal Hill, Enda Finnucane, Matt O'Shea; Cathal Doohan, Danny Clohessy; Alan Nagle, Niall Kelly, Michael O'Neill; Barry Lynch, Michael O'Malley, Conor Finnucane; Subs Martin Moran for McNamara; Oisin Hanrahan for Nagle; David Talty for Lynch; Sean Hayes for O'Malley; Brian Cahill for O'Shea.
Senior Championship: Lissycasey 0.08 Eire Og 0.06

Senior Championship Rd 2: Saturday August 15th at Clarecastle at 3p.m. Lissycasey V Eire Og. Junior Championship Sunday Aug 16th at 2p.m. Lissycasey V Cooraclare at Kilmihil.

Cusack Cup Semi Final: Clondegad 3.10 Lissycasey 2.04

Junior Championship: Ennistymon 1.03 Lissycasey 0.05. An very understrength Lissycasey team were defeated by Ennistymon in Rd 1 of the Junior Championship played today in Corofin. Ennistymon scored one point the the dying minutes of the first half while Lissycasey were scoreless. Lissycasey scored 5 points 2from Killian Normoyle and 3 from Alan Nagle in the 2nd half while Ennistmon added 1.02 the goal coming from a penalty. Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Sean Devett, Sean hill, Derek McMahon, Alan Nagle, Dermot Nagle, David Cleary, Paul Nagle, Noel Finucane, David McMahon, David Considine, Cathal Hill, Killian Normoyle, Paudie Carmody, Shane Normoyle. Lissycasey had no subs available on the day.

Senior Championship Rd 1:  St Breckans 1-14  Lissycasey 0-16: Extra time always seemed to be on the cards in this hard-fought contest with two points the biggest lead in normal time with both sides edging in front at various stages throughout. Although they led at half-time in normal and extra time, Lissycasey never pushed on to secure the win and they paid the price against a team who showed true grit over the hour to pick up their first opening round win since 2011.Centre-forward Sean Hayes pointed off his left boot to put Lissycasey in front straight from the throw in. The impressive St Breckans’ duo of Maccon Byrne and Aidan Davidson responded with a point each the latter score coming after a nice one two between Davidson and Pat Nagle. Sean Cormican extended the North Clare club’s lead on the seventh minute after good running off the ball. Freetakers David Talty and Pat Nagle swapped scores at the midway stage to leave two points between the sides. Lissycasey hit three scores on the trot to hold a one point lead. The points coming courtesy of Talty, Enda Finucane and Oisin Hanrahan who was assisted by a Seamus Collins pass. Maccon Byrne picked up Breckans’ first score in ten minutes with twenty six minutes played only for the Aidan Daly managed side to respond with white flags from Brian Cahill and Barry Lynch which gave them a two point advantage at the break.Maccon Byrne and Pat Nagle were on target early on in the second half to level matters and they regained the lead as Dale Masterson finished off a well worked attack with a fine point on the forty third minute.Substitute Conor Finucane made his presence known pointing from his second contribution of the game. Pat Nagle and Brian Cahill traded scores to leave the sides level pegging with fifty four minutes on the clock. Finucane put Lissycasey ahead with less than a minute of stoppage time but a foul on John McDonagh saw the resulting free converted by Maccon Byrne to send the tie to extra time.The men from Lisdoonvarna and Doolin started the first half of extra time the better getting the first three scores via Dale Masterson and Maccon Byrne on the double. However they went the final six minutes of the half without a score as points from Niall Kelly and three from Conor Finucane gave Lissycasey a slender one point lead at half-time.Finucane increased the lead to two points after brushing past the Breckans defence. The all-important goal came courtesy of the evergreen Dennis O’Driscoll who made the link-up play between Aidan Davidson and Stephen Nagle count as he struck a bullet past Joe Hayes in the Lissycasey goal. Byrne and Finucane were both on target with frees but the Neil Hawes trained outfit kept hold of possession in the final few moments to secure a precious win.Over the course of eighty minutes Lissycasey hit a total of fifteen wides which was the equivalent of scores got by their opponents. Their inaccuracy played a big part in the result as did their decision making on the ball. Similarly their indiscipline will need to be looked at as they conceded twenty seven frees which is criminal in Championship football.It is now three defeats in their last four Championship games for the 2007 Champions who must now put their heads down and focus on coming out on top in their round two outing. This is a youthful Lissycasey side with bags of potential and they will learn from this defeat but a win is essential the next day out for the development of the side. Former Clare minor captain, Brian Cahill along with Ryan Griffin and Conor Finucane were prominent for Aidan Daly’s charges.This win meant a lot to St Breckans not just because it ensures their Senior status for 2016 but because they weren’t fancied for this and the shouts from the crowd of “come on the underdog” showed they were eager to set the record straight. Although they gave their opponents some periods of dominance they never panicked which was key to their victory.As the game entered extra time, the expectation still remained that Breckans would wilt but they didn’t instead they dug deep and grinded out the win, a fitting example being goal hero Dennis O’Driscoll playing on through the pain barrier. It will be a bigger challenge the next day out for them but they already possess the grit it is now about staying on top for longer and not allowing the opposition to get as many shots in. Maccon Byrne, Aidan Davidson, Dennis O’Driscoll, Dale Masterson, Paraic Lacey and Pat Nagle played crucial roles in St Breckans’ victory. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes; Martin Moran, Ryan Griffin, Gerry Moran; Seamus Collins, Niall Kelly, Brian Cahill (0-02); Enda Finucane (0-01), Cathal Doohan; Matt O’Shea, Sean Hayes (0-01), Oisin Hanrahan (0-01); David Talty (0-02 2f), Daniel Clohessy, Barry Lynch (0-01). Subs: Conor Finucane (0-07 1f) for Lynch (41), Oisin Talty for Hanrahan (52), Niall McCarthy for Hayes (55), Matt Kilroy for Clohessy (56), Oisin Hanrahan for E Finucane (69), Sean Hayes for D Talty (75).

July 2015:

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey reach Cusack cup semi-final: Lissycasey 3-10 O’Currys 1-8
A strong second half showing at Doonaha on Sunday has earned Lissycasey a place in the semi-final of the Cusack cup.
Lissycasey travelled to play O’Currys in the knowledge that they needed a win to be sure of progressing to the semi-final.There was a lot at stake for the home side also as they needed a win to ensure they retained division 1 status for next season. They showed the greater urgency in a first half in which the eventual winners looked to be in trouble as they struggled to cope with the home outfit who held a four point advantage at half time, 0-7 to 0-3, with Eoin Troy their main scoregetter.Indeed their lead could have been greater but Joe Hayes pulled off a fine save in the second quarter to deny the home side a goal.O’Currys scored first in the second half to extend their lead to five points. Suddenly Lissycasey got a grip on proceedings. The switch of Sean Hayes to centre forward allied to improved form from Brian Cahill and Cathal Doohan saw the visitors hit six unanswered points to go one point clear.As the mid point of the half approached a Martin Moran effort deceived O’Curry’s goalkeeper P.J. Greene and ended up in the net but the Westerners fought back and Eoin Troy struck for a goal to cut the lead to the minimum. Lissycasey went four clear when Cathal Doohan  goaled and they finished strongly with David Talty landing 1-2 to seal victory.In the semi-final, Lissycasey will face Clondegad at Ballynacally on a date to be confirmed.Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Michael Nagle, Ryan Griffin, Martin Moran; Seamus Collins, Niall Kelly, Brian Cahill (0-1); Danny Clohessy (0-2), Cathal Doohan (1-0); Barry Lynch, Enda Finnucane (0-2), Niall McCarthy; Conor Finnucane, Sean Hayes (0-2) David Talty (1-3)Subs—Oisin Hanrahan for McCarthy; Oisin Talty for Lynch; Matt Kilroy for C. Finnucane; Gerry Moran for Doohan;
O’Currys;--P.J. Greene; Colin Lynch, Declan Walsh, Damian Carmody; Eoin Brew, Sean Haugh (0-1), Damian Clohessy; Tom Downes, Eoin Troy (1-4); Cathal Downes, Sean Murphy (0-2), Michael Foran; Nigel Murray, Jim 
Downes (0-1) Michael Carmody: Referee—Michael Talty, Kilmurry-Ibrickane

Summer Camp: Almost 80 children are attending Lissycasey GAA Summer Camp which began this morning at Frure. Despite the rainy day, the children are having great fun. Camp continues until Friday.

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey will travel to Doonaha on Sunday to take on O'Curry's in the final round of the Cusack Cup.

June 2015:

Brian Casey memorial 7’s title for St. Josephs: The fifth annual Brian Casey memorial 7 a side tournament was hosted by Lissycasey GAA on Sunday and ended with victory going to St. Josephs Doora-Barefield who defeated the host club in the final in glorious sunshine, thirteen teams took part in the competition with the initial stages played at three venues, Lissycasey, Ballynacally and Kilmihil.When the group stages were completed the quarter final pairings were Doonbeg v St. Josephs; Kilmurry-Ibrickane v Miltown, Lissycasey A v Kilrush and Lissycasey B v Clondegad.
St. Josephs, who might be considered a little fortunate to have made it into the play offs having struggled in their early games, showed much improved form in the knock out stage and they comfortably accounted for Doonbeg in a game played at Lissycasey’s second pitch at Frure. The second quarter final at this venue saw the hosts’ B team account for 
Clondegad.At the organising club’s main field, Miltown overcame the challenge of their great rivals Kilmurry-Ibrickane while Lissycasey A were too strong for Kilrush.In a well contested and low scoring semi-final, Doora-Barefield had a 
two point win over Miltown while Lissycasey B’s ability to score goals proved decisive in their three goal win over the club’s A team.St. Josephs laid the foundations for their final victory in the opening half at the end of which they led by a point having played against the breeze. Two early second half goals from Luke Brannock and Adrian Fleming helped them to extend their advantage and a late goal from Paudie Nugent sealed the win.Miltown’s Seanie Malone won the top scorer award with a tally of 8-10 and he was presented with his trophy by Lissycasey club chairman Eamonn 
Finnucane who also presented commemorative medals to the referees, Barry Kelly who took charge of the final, Michael Fitzgerald, Jim Hickey, John Hannon, Gerry Keane, Brian Keniry and Fergal Gray.Clare senior football selector Ger Keane made the presentations to the winners and the runners up and paid tribute to all involved on the 
standard of play.Martina Casey, on behalf of the Casey family thanked the participating teams, the referees, the stewards at each of the venues and the main sponsor, Pacnet, Shannon. She presented the Brian Casey memorial cup to the winning St. Josephs captain Sean Flynn who spoke of his team’s delight at winning the title. He praised the host club for the organising of the tournament.Incidentally, St. Josephs were finalists in the inaugural year of the competition. losing the final in a penalty shoot out to Doonbeg while they were beaten semi-finalists a year later.The tournament brought to a conclusion a very successful weekend programme which commenced on Friday evening with an under 10 blitz and 
which also included a Mr and Mrs style social evening in the local hall on Saturday night where the winners were Thomas and Ann Marie Meere from Cloncolman.The members of the winning team were Declan Malone, Eamonn Clohessy, Paudie Nugent, Martin Brooks, Adrian Fleming, Christy O’Brien, Leo Duggan, Luke Brannock, Kevin Frehill, Johnnie O’Brien, Ivor White and Sean Flynn (captain).The Lissycasey B squad comprised Killian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy, Cyril Sheehan, Dermot Nagle, Gerry Moran, Michael Nagle, Danny Clohessy, Conor Talty, Levi Howard, Sean Hayes, Barry Lynch and David Considine.

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey lose out to Eire Og in Ennis. Eire Og 2.06 : Lissycasey 0.06

May 2015

Upcoming dates for your Diary:  June 5-7th  Brian Casey Memorial Tournament. Underage Blitz on Friday. Mr.& Mrs Lissycasey Style on Saturday. Brian Casey Tournament on Sunday.

Annual Flag Day; Saturday June 6th in Ennis.

Golf Classic: Friday / Saturday June 19-20th at Kilrush Golf Club;

U16 Div 2: Lissycasey bowed out of the U16 Championship on 11/5/15. Final score  Cratloe 2.10 Lissycasey 1.04. Lissycasey had defeated Corofin on Saturday on a scoreline of 5.12 to 2.06

April 2015.

This Weeks Fixtures: Wed (tomorrow) 6.45 U16 Lissycasey V Eire Og at Eire Og.
Friday 7p.m. U12: Lissycasey V Kilfenora.
Junior Saturday at Liscannor at 6.30 Lissycasey V Liscannor
Senior Sunday at 12.30 at Doonbeg V Doonbeg.

Cusack Cup:  Clondegad 1-9  Lissycasey 1-8. This round 2 Cusack cup tie at Lissycasey on Bank holiday Monday won’t be remembered as a high quality game but rather as a game in which both sides missed chances. the end result means that Lissycasey are bottom of the table with O'Curry's after  two rounds, both of which they have lost by the minimum margin. Lissycasey have reason to be disappointed with the result as they conceded some ‘soft’ scores on the day, starting with the game’s opening score, the winner’s goal which came after five minutes.Lissycasey goalkeeper Killian Normoyle failed to deal with a high delivery and Cillian Brennan was in quickly to punch the ball to the net. Gary Brennan followed with two points from frees before Lissycasey opened their account through Francis Hayes.The home side did well for the remainder of the half and at the break only a point separated the sides with the winners in front, 1-4 to 0-6. Midway through the second half Lissycasey were reduced to fourteen when Matt Kilroy was sent off. The loss of Francis Hayes to injury was a blow to the home side’s hopes on a day when the introduction of Brian Cahill, Michael O’Neill and Barry Lynch improved things for Lissycasey who took the lead when Niall Kelly converted from the penalty spot.However, they failed to build on this and Clondegad fought back for Paudge McMahon to level before Gary Brennan landed what proved to be the winning point.The Brennan brothers, Brian Carigg, Paudge McMahon and Conor Gavin were prominent throughout for the winners while Lissycasey’s best were Martin O’Connor, Niall Kelly, Francis and Sean Hayes and the aforementioned substitutes, Cahill, O’Neill and Lynch.Clondegad;Kenneth Breen; Brian Murphy, Brian Carigg, Conor McNeilis; Francie Neylon, Conor Gavin, Flan Enright; Gary Brennan (0-40, Eoin Griffin; Pat Coffey, Paudge McMahon (0-2), Eoin Glynn; Eoin Donnellan (0-1), Shane Brennan (0-1), Cillian Brennan (1-0);Subs—Kieran Browne (0-1) for Coffey; David Brassil  for Griffin; Ryan Jennings for Glynn; Niall Lynch for McNeilis;Lissycasey;--Killian Normoyle; Martin O’Connor, Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins; Niall McCarthy (0-1), Niall Kelly (1-0), Cyril Sheehan; Matt O’Shea, Danny Clohessy; Enda Finnucane (0-2), Francis Hayes (0-2), Conor Finnucane; Sean Hayes (0-2), Matt Kilroy, Oisin Talty;Subs—Oisin Hanrahan for Talty; Brian Cahill for McCarthy; Michael O’Neill for C. Finnucane; Barry Lynch for F. Hayes (inj); Dermot Nagle for Sheehan;

Fixtures: Sunday April 5th: Junior Football Lissycasey V Kilkee at Kilkee on Sunday at 11.30. Senior on Monday at 1.45 at Lissycasey V Clondegad.  U16 V Wolfetones in Shannon at 5.45.

March 2015: Lissycasey pipped in opening tie: Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1-8 Lissycasey 0.10. A goal from a penalty in the first half proved the vital score in this opening round tie in the Clare Champion sponsored Cusack cup at Pairc Naomh Mhuire in Quilty on Saturday evening.There was little between two evenly matched sides throughout a well contested game which marked the return to competitive action of Enda Coughlan following a cruciate knee injury. Coughlan was introduced as a substitute in the second half of this entertaining tie won by the holders. The sides had exchanged points in the opening quarter and were level at 0-3 each when the penalty was awarded and teenager Sexton converted. The score helped the winners to a two point half time lead when the score was 1-4 to 0-5, two of the visitor’s points coming from frees by their goalkeeper Joe Hayes. It was point for point throughout the second half and Lissycasey had a chance to draw level near the end before Kilmurry sealed the points with the final score of the tie. Sexton with 1-2 and Michael O’Dwyer with 0-4 were the top scorers for the winners whose other points came from Michael Hogan and Niall Hickey on a day when Francis Hayes (3), Joe Hayes, Matt O’Shea, Conor Finnucane (2 each) and Niall McCarthy scored for Lissycasey.
Lissycasey: Joe Hayes; Dermot Nagle, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Niall McCarthy, Niall Kelly, Brian Cahill; Matt O’Shea, Danny Clohessy; Michael O’Neill, Francis Hayes, Oisin Hanrahan; Sean Hayes, Niall Meere, Conor Finnucane; Subs: Ryan Griffin for Nagle; Seamus Collins for S. Hayes; Levi Howard for Meere; Cyril Sheehan for Collins (black card); Barry Lynch for O’Neill; Oisin Talty for Hanrahan: Lissycasey's next game in the competition will be on Easter Monday when they will host Clondegad.

Scor: Well done to Kieran Moroney who performed very well at the Munster Final in Cork on Saturday last.

Coaching Course: LISSYCASEY GAA COACHING COURSE: FRIDAY MARCH 20TH AT FRURE STARTING AT 7.30P.M. All club coaches, new and existing are invited to attend.  Looking forward to seeing you all there.

February 2015.

U16 Div 1. Round 1. Lissycasey 4.03 Clarecastle 3.06: Clarecastle led by 1.06 to 1.01 at half time however Lissycasey were a different team in the second half scoring 3 goals (Cathal Considine x 2, Ronan Cahill) and points from Cian Meaney. Adrian Meaney,and Cathal Considine 0.03. with Clarecastle scoring 2 goals in the second half leaving the final score 3.06 to 3.06 . Lissycasey Josh Allard, Eoghan Clancy, Conor Keane, Pierce Griffin, Eoghan Clancy,Adrian Meaney, Stephen Meaney, Connor Cahill, Aaron Griffin, Enda Meaney, Cathal Considine, Rian Corey, Shane Griffin, Ronan Cahill, Cian Meaney, Sean Culligan, Mark Halpin.

Championship Draw 2015:  Lissycasey V St Breckan's:  O'Curry's V Kilkee, Kilmurry Ib V Cratloe, Clondegad V Sh Gaels. Kilrush V Doorabarefield. Eire Og V Ennistymon. Cooraclare V Wolfetones. Miltown V Doonbeg.

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey Set dancers competed in the All Ireland Final of Scor na nOg at the City West in Dublin on Saturday 14/2/14. Well done to our young team.

January 2015.

Annual General Meeting 2015: Lissycasey GAA Annual General Meeting was held on Saturday Jan 17th. The Following were elected: Patrons Very Rev Fr. J. Hourigan & Fr. Martin Kelly . President Fr. P.J. Melican : Vice-President: Senan Culligan Snr: Chairman Eamon Finucane : Secretary Anne Hayes : P.R.O. Seamus Hayes. Registrar. Martin Kelly & Declan Coughlan.Co. Board Delegate's Eamon Finucane Culture / Scor Secretary Aine Ni Aodha. Field Committee Chairman Marty Casey. A.S.A.P. Officer Denis O'Herlihy ;Coaching Officer. Paddy Griffin : Bord na nOg Delegate Eamon Finucane: Child Welfare Officer Mark Murphy

Scor: Munster Champions 15: Lissycasey Set dancers were crowned Munster Scor na nOg Champions on Sunday Jan 18th in Cappoquin, Co Waterford. The team comprised of Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Evan O'Sullivan, Shane Griffin, Lisa Hill, Ellen Rose Culligan, Ellen Griffin, Clodagh O'Herlihy and trained by Niamh Normoyle and Helen Hehir. The All Ireland final takes place on Saturday Feb 14th at the City West Hotel, Dublin starting at 3p.m.

Annual General Meeting:  The Annual General Meeting of Lissycasey G.A.A. club will be now be held on Saturday  next January 17th  at the Meeting room at 6p.m. All members and interested parties are invited to attend.

Scor: Lissycasey qualified for the Munster Scor na nOg final in Set dancing. The final will take place in Waterford on Sunday Jan 18th. The Leiriu and Ballad Group preformed well and were unlucky not to qualify.

December 2014.

Presentations. Lissycasey Minor "A", Junior League and Senior B champions were presented with their medals at a function in the West County on Sunday Dec 28th. A great night was had by all who attended.

Scor na nOg. Lissycasey won 3 County Titles at Scor na nOg on Sunday Nov 20th at Cois na hAbhna ,Ballad Group: Ava & Tara O'Malley, Gillian Griffin, Clodagh Doohan & Rebecca Cahill .Leiriu ( Ellen, Shane & Gillian Griffin, Rebecca Cahill, Michael Madigan, Kevin Shivers, Ava & Tara O'Malley,)  Set Dancing (Caolan Crowe, Aodan Hanrahan, Evan O'Sullivan, Shane Griffin, Ellen Rose Culligan, Clodagh O'Herlihy, Lisa Hill & Ellen Griffin.) The groups will represent Clare in the Munster Semi Final in Askeaton on January 3rd. Lissycasey were also joint winners of Club of the year with Cooraclare,

November 2014.

Dates for your diary:
Sunday Dec 28th at the West County: Minor "A", Senior "B" and Junior Div 4 League Medal Presentations.
Friday Dec 19th: U16 Shield and U13 West Clare Medal Presentations at Fanny O'Dea's plus Fuel Raffle Draw.

October 2014

Brian Casey memorial title for Lissycasey .Bright sunshine was the order of the day as the fourth annual Brian Casey 7 a side memorial football tournament was staged in Lissycasey on Saturday. Twelve teams participated in four groups of four with each team guaranteed a minimum of three games. Lissycasey A and B, Doonbeg, Clondegad, Ennistymon, Cooraclare, Kildysart, Miltown, St.Senans Kilkee, O’Curry’s Kilmihil and Kilmurry-Ibrickane played some great football throughout the day.Lissycasey B, Clondegad, Ennistymon and Doonbeg made it through to the semi-finals. In the first semi-final Doonbeg accounted for Ennistymon before Lissycasey B managed a one point win over Clondegad to set up the final pairing. A lively contest ensued at the end of which Lissycasey B emerged victorious. Gerry Moran was the winning captain and, for the second year in a row, he accepted the Brian Casey memorial cup having led the club’s A team to last year’s title. At the presentation of awards Lissycasey club chairman Eamonn Finnucane presented medals to the referees who officiated on the day, Michael Fitzgerald, Paudie Carmody, Damian Fox, Jarlath Donnellan and Michael Talty who was in charge of the final. The tournament’s top scorer award was won by Lissycasey’s Ciaran Doohan who scored 10-5 throughout the day. The runners up medals and winners awards were presented by Clare senior football manager Colm Collins who congratulated all involved in the organising of the tournament. Martina Casey, on behalf of the Casey family, thanked all of the teams for their support for the event, the referees, the grounds officials and all who helped with the event. She also paid tribute to all involved in the organising of the under 10 blitz which was staged on the previous evening. She concluded by thanking the tournament organising committee. Team captain Gerry Moran spoke of his delight in captaining the winning team for the second year and he thanked the participating clubs for supporting the event which concluded with the presentation of the Brian Casey memorial cup by Cecilia Talty to the winning captain.The winners of the winning panel were Gerry (captain) and Martin Moran, Killian Normoyle, Daire Hanrahan, Ryan Griffin, Conor and David Talty, Killian and Padraig McNamara, Owen O’Leary, Paul Nagle and Ciaran Doohan.The Doonbeg team comprised Eamonn Tubridy, Kevin Greene, Kevin Pender, Kevin Healy, Eoin Tubridy, Cillian Blake, Cian Mahoney, David Tubridy, Padraic Aherne, Diarmuid Ryan and Joe Blake.

Minor Div 1 Champions 2014: Lissycasey 2.10 Eire Og 0.10. Lissycasey retained the Minor Div 1 Football title by defeating Eire Og in the final which was played in Doonbeg on Sat Oct 4th. Eire Og opened the scoring with a free in he 5th minute. Michael O'Malley got Lissycasey's first score , a point in the 6th minute. Eire Og replied in the 8th before Lissycasey took the lead with a goal in the 14th minute. Eire Og were to get three more points and Lissycasey three before half time to leave the score at the break Lissycasey 1.05 Eire Og 0.05.Conor Finnucane opened the second half scoring with a point from a free in the 7th minute and he followed this with a 2nd point in the 8th. Eire Og's first point coming in the 10th minute from Evan Courtney who also got the next score, a point in the 20th minute. Niall Meere pointed in the 22nd before Michael O'Malley scored a wonderful goal in the 25th minute. Eire Og added three more points and Lissycasey two before the final Whistle. Final Score Lissycasey 2.10 Eire Og 0.10. Lissycasey had some wonderful displays of football with a man of the match performance from Killian Normoyle in goals.              Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle. Roy Griffin, Ryan Griffin, Levi Howard, Seamus Collins, Brian Cahill, Padraig McNamara, Connor Finnucane, Oisin Hanrahan, Michael O'Malley, Niall Meere. David Cleary, Daire Hanrahan, Ciarán Doohan, Gary Stephens. Subs: Niall McCarthy for David Cleary. Cathal Fitzgerald for Gary Stephens, Cathal Considine for Daire Hanrahan, Shane Keating for Ciarán Doohan. Panel: Darragh Meaney, Paul Culligan. Eric griffin, Ronan Grace, Connor O'Leary, Aaron Slattery. Greg Allard. Manager. Michael Collins: Selectors: Jamesie Meere. Jimmy Collins, Denis O'Herlihy, David Considine. Danny Pyne.

Minor Div 1 Final: The Minor Div 1 Football Final Lissycasey V Eire Og has been officially fixed for Saturday Oct 4th at Doonbeg at 4p.m. We are asking everyone to please support the team. Parents please bring our underage players to Doonbeg to cheer on the team. Up the Maroon & White.

September 2014

Senior B Champions: Lissycasey Senior Football team were crowned Senior B champions after defeating Kilkee 0.10 to 0.07 in Cooraclare on Saturday last. Team Captain Gerry Moran was presented with the Scales Cup by County Board official Michael O'Neill.

Junior Championship: Lissycasey Junior team has bowed out of the 2014 Junior Championship after being defeated by Coolmeen in Ballynacally on Sunday last. Final Score Coolmeen 0.12 Lisycasey 0.04

Lissycasey Advance to 2 Finals. Lissycasey Senior team will face Kilkee in the Senior B final which will be played in Cooraclare on Saturday next Sept 13th. Lissycasey advanced to the final after defeating Ennistymon 0.16 to 0.10. Lissycasey Minor team are also in a final, The Minor Div 1 Final ,where the opposition will be Eire Og. Lissycasey defeated St Breckans by "the skin of their teeth" on a score line of 2.13 to 5.03 in the Semi-final last week.

August 2014.

Minor Div 1 Semi-Final: Lissycasey take on St Breckan's in the Minor Div 1 Semi Final on this Wednesday Sept 3rd at Gurteen at 6.45. The other semi final sees Eire Og take on Kilmurry Ib in Ennistymon at the same time. Please support the team.

Senior B. Lissycasey play Ennistymon this coming weekend in the Senior B. 

Junior Championship playoff. Michael Cusack's 3.10 Lissycasey 2.10 Lissycasey will now play off against Clondegad on Sunday next Sept 7th to remain in the Junior Championship.

July 2014:

Senior Championship: Clondegad 2.10 Lissycasey 0.11

Junior Championship Lissycasey 2.15 Kilmurry Ib 0.05 Round 2.
Half time score was Lissycasey 0.06 KIB 0.05. Kilmurry failed to score in the second half. Lissycasey Killian Normoyle. Paddy Griffin, Sean Hill, Michael Melican, Levi Howard (0.01), Derek McMahon, Conor Talty (0.01), Noel Finucane. Danny Clohessy, David Talty (0.05), Paul Nagle(1.03), David Cleary (0.01), David McMahon (1.00). Paudie Carmody (0.01) Gary Stephens (0.02). Subs: Danny Lynch (0.01) Kieran Clancy, Aaron Talty.

Junior Championship Rd 1: Lissycasey 1.11 Ml. Cusack's 0.09. Lissycasey were behind at half time  0.04 to 0.08 With the Lissycasey scores coming from David Talty 0.01 Sean Hill 0.02 and Gary Stephens 0.01. Cusack's would only score one point, a free from Pat Hynes, in the 2nd half while Lissycasey accounted for 1.07 from Eoghan O'Leary 0.01, David Talty 0.02 Danny Clohessy 0.02 Gary Stephens 0.01 Paul Nagle 0.01 Noel Finnucane 1.00. Lissycasey : Killian Normoyle, Paddy Griffin, Mickey Nagle, Daire Hanrahan, Danny Clohessy, Derick McMahon, Conor Talty, Noel Finnucane, David Talty, Gary Stephens, Sean Hill, Paul Nagle, Eoghan O'Leary, Paudie Carmody, David Cleary, Sub: Danny Lynch for David Cleary.

Brian Casey Memorial Tournament 2014:  POSTPONED:

The Brian Casey memorial tournament has been postponed from this Sunday until early October, due to fixture congestion. At adult level a lot of the participating teams aren't in a position to field a team this Sunday due to Senior Hurling championship this weekend and Senior football Championship next weekend. The U10 Blitz, this evening was also postponed due to bad weather.

Senior Championship: Rd 2: Lissycasey will play Clondegad on Saturday Aug 9th in Cusack Park.

Senior Championship: A winning start for Lissycasey seniors :  Lissycasey 0-13 Liscannor 0-7 
Lissycasey crossed the first hurdle in their bid for Clare senior football championship honours in 2014 when they accounted for Liscannor at Cooraclare on Sunday evening. Lissycasey were first on the scoreboard after Enda Finnucane pointed in the opening minute and were never behind during the tie. they led 0-7 to 0-5 at half time having played against the fresh wind in the opening half and they went on to enjoy the better of matters in the second period 
Liscannor battled to the final whistle but the loss, due to injury, of experienced former Clare player Niall Considine after twenty minutes was a major blow to their hopes of causing an upset against a fitter Lissycasey. The North Clare side struggled to break down a well organised Lissycasey defence and they had to rely of the experienced Alan Clohessy for the majority of their scores. He contributed six points, five of which came from placed balls while Lissycasey’s tally was shared by seven players. Lissycasey manager Barry Donnelly was pleased with the result and agreed that the team’s first half performance, against the breeze, was important. “Liscannor are a tough hard team in championship football and it’s hard to break them down. We knew coming in here it was going to be a battl
e and that’s the way it turned out. We pulled away in the end but they are a hard team to beat and they haven’t been beaten by much over the years. I am just delighted to have got over this hurdle. I have talked to different managers and all agree there is pressure to win your first game because it means you are a senior club for next year. Lissycasey will be concerned that in the five minutes of ‘injury time’ at the end of the first half, they conceded a few needless frees which Clohessy punished to cut the margin to two at the break, 0-7 to 0-5. Lissycasey returned without midfielder Enda Finnucane due to injury and this resulted in the switch of Sean Hayes to midfield with Oisin Hanrahan introduced to the attack. They lost Martin O’Connor to a black card which also represented a blow to their hopes. 
On the plus side for Lissycasey, Cathal Hill returned to action for his first competitive game of the season on a day when Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins, Joe Hayes and Francis Hayes were prominent in defence while Matt Kilroy, and Alan Nagle got through a lot of good work in attack.
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Martin O’Connor, Francis Hayes, Seamus Collins; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Niall McCarthy; Matt O’Shea, Enda Finnucane; Oisin Talty, Matt Kilroy, Alan Nagle; Niall Kelly, Sean Hayes, Conor Finnucane; Subs—Oisin Hanrahan for E.Finnucane (inj., half time); Dermot Nagle for O’Connor (black card, 35 minutes); David Considine for Kilroy (50 minutes); Cathal Hill for C. Finnucane (55 minutes)
Scorers—Niall Kelly (0-5), 3 frees; Enda Finnucane (1 free), Alan Nagle (0-2) each; Joe Hayes (fr
ee), Niall McCarthy, Oisin Talty (free), Sean Hayes (0-1)each

Minor Championship Rd 3:  Lissycasey 1.14 V Naomh Eoin/O'Curry's 1.08. Lissycasey led at half time 0.08 to 0.02 which scores coming from Gary Stephens (0.01) Levi Howard (0.01) Niall Meere (0.02) Michael O'Malley (0.03) Aaron Slattery (0.01) Lissycasey's 2nd half scores came from Aaron Slattery (0.02) Brian Cahill (0.02) Michael O'Malley (0.02) Niall Meere (1.00) Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle. Roy Griffin, Ryan Griffin, Daire Hanrahan, Levi Howard, Niall McCarthy. Seamus Collins, Oisin Hanrahan, Brian Cahill. Gary Stephens, Padraig McNamara, David Cleary, Aaron Slattery, Michael O'Malley. Niall Meere, Subs: Cathal Considine for Aaron Slattery, Cathal Fitzgerald for David Cleary.

Junior Div 4 League Title for Lissycasey:  Lissycasey 3.10 Naomh Eoin 1.08. Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point from Gary Stephens in the opening minute. Naomh Eoin replied with a goal quickly followed by a goal from Oisin Hanrahan in the 6th minute. Niall McCarthy added a point before Killian McNamara got Lissycasey's second goal in the 14th minute. Naomh Eoin then pointed to leave the half time score Lissycasey 2.03 Naomh Eoin 1.01. Lissycasey's second half scores came from Gary Stephens (0.01) Oisin Hanrahan (0.04) Paul Nagle (0.01) Niall McCarthy (0.01) Killian McNamara (0.01) Paudie Carmody (1.00) Final Score Lissycasey 3.10 Naomh Eoin 1.08. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Paddy Griffin, Michael Nagle, Seamus Collins, Conor Talty, Derek McMahon, (Capt) Daire Hanrahan, Noel Finucane, Niall McCarthy, Oisin Hanrahan, Danny Clohessy, Killian McNamara, Gary Stephens, Sean Hill. Paul Nagle, Subs: Niall Meere for Sean Hill, Paudie Carmody for Paul Nagle, Eoghan O'Leary for Killian McNamara.

Minor Rd 1: Lissycasey 0.15 Miltown 2.04. Lissycasey led 0.05 to 0.01 at half time with scores coming from Oisin Hanrahan, Conor Finnucane, Niall McCarthy and Ciarain Doohan (0.02) Miltown came within 3 points of Lissycasey after scoring 2 goals early in the 2nd half. but 10 points from Niall McCarthy, Cillian McNamara(0.02) Michael O'Malley (0.02) Conor Finnucane (0.02) Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan And Ciarán Doohan saw Lissycasey gain victory on a scoreline of 0.15 to 2.04.

Junior Div 4 Semi-Final Replay:  Lissycasey 2.09 Doonbeg 0.02: Cillian McNamara opened the scoring with a goal in the 7th minute. This was followed by a points and a goal from Danny Clohessy before Doonbeg got their 1st point in the 12th minute from Kevin Greene, followed by a point from Diarmuid Ryan in the 14th minute. Lissycasey three more points , Gary Stephens (0.01) and Paul Nagle (0.02) to leave the half time score Lissycasey 2.04 Doonbeg 0.02. Danny Clohessy got the opening point in the 1st minute of the second half. Doonbeg replied with three points in the 13th, 15th and 16th minutes. Further scores followed from Gary Stephens, (0.02) Noel Finnucane (0.01) and Paul Nagle (0.01) while Doonbeg added 2 more to leave the Full time Score Lissycasey 2.09 Doonbeg 0.07. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle. Paddy Griffin. Mickey Nagle, Seamus Collins, Conor Talty, Derek McMahon, Daire Hanrahan, Noel Finnucane, Niall McCarthy, Oisin Talty, Paul Nagle, Cillian McNamara, Gary Stephens, Danny Clohessy, Ciarán Doohan. Subs: Levi Howard for Paddy Griffin, Paudie Carmody for Ciarain Doohan, David Cleary for Paudie Carmody

June 2014:

U14 Football: Lissycasey were defeated by Cratloe in Round 2 of the Championship in a game played in Lissycasey on Monday June 23rd. Cratloe were the stronger team on the day and the final score was Cratloe 4.17 Lissycasey 2.08.

U14 Football:  Lissycasey 5.07 Doonbeg/Kilkee 2.07: Lissycasey U14s began their League Campaign this evening with a home game V Doonbeg/Kilkee. Score at half time was Lissycasey 2.04 to 1.05 with the home scores coming from Shane Griffin 1.00 Rian Corey 1.00 Cian Meaney 0.02 Scott Kelly 0.01 and Enda Meaney 0.01. Lissycasey added 3 goals and 2 points in the second half. Goals from Cian Meaney, Enda Meaney & Eoin Clancy and points from Scott Kelly and Cian Meaney. A great start to the League for the team and the management of Matt O'Shea and Alan Pyne.
Lissycasey: Eoghan Clancy, Josh Allard, Conor Keane, Lewis Wragg, Caolan Crowe, Enda Meaney, Sean Harte, Cian Meaney, Tomas O Halloran, Kevin Shivers, Shane Griffin, Michael Madigan, Rian Corey, Mark Halpin, Scott Kelly, Subs: Aodan Hanrahan, Killian Gubbins, Aaron Gubbins, & Eoin Allard

May 2014:

Junior Football: Lissycasey 1.18 Ballyvaughan 0.04 : Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point in the 1st minute from play from Ciarain Doohan, followed by points from David Cleary (2) Danny Clohessy and Paul Nagle (2) before Ballyvaughan got their first point in the 18th minute, and their 2nd in the 22nd Minute while Lissycasey added points from Gary Stephens (2) Paudie Carmody,  Danny Clohessy and Paul Nagle (2) which left the half time score Lissycasey 0.12 Ballyvaughan 0.02. Lissycasey got the second half off to a great start with points from Gary Stephens and Oisin Talty and a great goal from Paul Nagle. Ballyvaughan replied with a point in the 12th minute. Lissycasey added two from David Cleary and Niall McCarthy before Ballyvaughan got their final point in the 22nd minute. Lissycasey added two more points from Noel Finnucane and Kieran Clancy which left the full time score Lissycasey 1.18 Ballyvaughan 0.04 : Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Patrick Griffin, Michael Nagle, Daire Hanrahan, Oisin Talty, Derek McMahon, Niall McCarthy, Daniel Clohessy, Noel Finucane, Cillian McNamara. Paul Nagle, David Cleary, Ciarain Doohan, Paudie Carmody, Gary Stephens. Subs: Declan Clancy for Paudie Carmody.

O'Gorman Cup:  Miltown 1-14 Lissycasey 2-6. Eight points ahead after just eight minutes, Lissycasey looked set to win this O'Gorman cup tie at Miltown on Sunday evening. However, from here on, they struggled and went 35 minutes until their next score by which time Miltown were in front. Conor Finnucane goaled in the first minute and Matt O'Shea and David Considine followed with points before Paul Nagle had the visitor's second goal to leave the 2-2 to 0-0 in front. It should have been greater as Lissycasey missed a clear cup goal chance a minute later. With the Cleary brothers, Conor at midfield and Eoin at corner forward causing a lot of problems for Lissycasey, Miltown gradually got the upper hand and when the half time whistle sounded the score was 2-2 to 0-6 with the home side set to have wind advantage in the second half. In their very first attack in the opening minute of the new period, Eoin Cleary broke through for a goal and they followed with five unanswered points to take command of the game. They could have had a greater lead but Killian Normoyle produced three excellent saves, one from a penalty, to keep their tally down. The sides will meet again in June in the Cusack cup while, on this Sunday, Lissycasey will seek to keep their O'Gorman cup hopes alive when they entertain Doonbeg in a postponed game at 12 noon. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Alan Nagle; Niall McCarthy, Francis Hayes, Matt Kilroy; Enda Finnucane, Matt O'Shea; Sean Hayes, Niall Kelly, David Considine; Paul Nagle, Danny Clohessy, Conor Finnucane.

Quiz. The Gearoid O'Sullivan Memorial quiz took place on Friday night at Fanny O'Dea's. The winning team comprised of Jimmy Collins, Kevin Casey, Gary Lonigan and Michael Corry. in 2nd place were Elaine & Sarah Gavin, Muireasa Galwaye and Tara O'Neill while in 3rd place were Thomas & Danny Clohessy and Michael & Pat O'Rourke.

U16 Shield Champions.
Lissycasey under 16 teams defeated Kilkee/Doonbeg in the final of the U16 Div 2 Shield which was held in Cooraclare on Sunday last. The Final score was Lissycasey 0.09 to Doonbeg 0.07 Lissycasey team were Cian Meaney, Adrian Meaney. Daire Meaney. Connor Keane. Aaron Griffin. Paul Culligan. Bryan McSweeney. Cathal Talty. Gregory Allard. Cathal Considine. Gary Lordan. Aaron Slattery. Conor Clohessy. Stephen Meaney. Conor O'Leary. Enda Meaney. Pierce Griffin. Eoin Clancy. Mentors Thomas Considine, Denis O'Herlihy and Kenneth Clohessy.

Junior Div 4: Naomh Eoin 1.11 Lissycasey 0.11.  A missed penalty was the difference between Lissycasey & Naomh Eoin in this game played in Lissycasey on Sunday. Lissycasey's four points in the first half were all scored by Paul Nagle, two from play and two from frees while Naomh Eoin scored 1.05 leaving the half time score 1.05 to 0.04. Lissycasey's points in the second half came from Paul Nagle, 0.03. Niall Meere 0.02, Oisin Talty, & Colm O'Rourke while Lissycasey will rue missing a penalty (Paul Nagle) in the 17th minute. Naomh Eoin scored six points in this half leaving just a goal between the sides at full time. Lissycasey. Killian Normoyle, Seamus Collins, Michael Nagle, Colm O'Rourke, Niall McCarthy, Derek McMahon, Daire Hanrahan, Noel Finucane, Danny Clohessy, Oisin Talty, Paul Nagle, David Cleary, Gary Stephens. Shane Normoyle, Niall Meere: Subs: Patrick Griffin for Gary Stephens, David McMahon for David Cleary, eric Griffin for Niall Meere, Kieran Clancy for Shane Normoyle.

Cusack Cup: Eire Og 0-14 Lissycasey 0-10: Level for the fifth time in the game, at 0-10 each, with ten minutes  remaining, a share of the spoils looked the likely outcome in this Cusack cup division 1 tie at Lissycasey on Saturday evening.Eire Og edged in front through Eoin Glynn before Lissycasey were reduced to fourteen when Matt Kilroy picked up a black card and this, added to a harsh yellow in the first half, meant the end of his involvement in the 
game and it proved costly for the home side.A cracking first half ended with the visitors in front by the odd point 
in thirteen. The home side missed a number of good scoring opportunities while Eire Og were denied a goal by an excellent Joe Hayes save when he turned an Eoin Glynn effort over the bar.The townies had the first two points of the second half to put their side three clear but the home side fought back and levelled at 0-10. However it wasn’t enough and the visitors finished strongly with points from Eoin Glynn and Dara Walsh to maintain their place as joint leaders 
of the group. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Martin O’Connor, Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins; Cyril Sheehan, Matt Kilroy, Alan Nagle; Matt O’Shea (0-1), Enda Finnucane; Michael O’Neill, Francis Hayes, Sean Hayes (0-2); Paul Nagle (0-1), David Considine 0-4), Conor Finnucane (0-2);Subs—Oisin Hanrahan for O’Neill; Dermot Nagle for A. Nagle; Oisin Talty for S. Hayes; Danny Clohessy for P. Nagle.

April 2014:

U16 Semi-Final: Lissycasey U16s have qualified for the final of the U16 Div 2 shield after defeating Clooney Quin 3.05 to 1.05 in a game played in the Banner pitch this evening Mon 28th April 2014. Lissycasey lead at half time by 2.04 to 1.02 with scores from Gary Lordon 1.01 Cathal Considine 1.00 Aaron Slattery 0.02 and Conor O'Leary 0.01. Conor Clohessy added a goal in the second half and Aaron Griffin 0.01 to leave the finals score 3.05 to 1.05. Lissycasey will now play Doonbeg/Kilkee in the final. Lissycasey: Cian Meaney, Adrian Meaney. Daire Meaney, Connor Keane, Connor O'Leary, Paul Culligan. Bryan McSweeney, Cathal Talty, Gregory Allard, Cathal Considine, Stephen Meaney, Aaron Slattery, Connor Clohessy, Gary Lordon, Aaron Griffin. Subs; Enda Meaney for Bryan McSweeney. Pierce Griffin, Eoin Grace. Mentors: Thomas Considine, Kenneth Clohessy & Denis O'Herlihy.

Cusack Cup: Clondegad 1-9 Lissycasey 0-6: With wins over both Doonbeg and Kilmurry-Ibrickane under their belts, 
Lissycasey travelled to play Clondegad in a confident mood on Sunday in round 3 of the Cusack cup. However, they failed to match the hunger and all round team work of their opponents and can have no complaints about the end result.
The winners raced into a three point lead with scores from Podge McMahon, Francie Nealon and Francis O’Reilly and when the half time whistle sounded they were 0-6 to 0-3 in front having played with the aid of the wind. McMahon added the remaining three points while Lissycasey’s replies came from Conor Finnucane, Matt O’Shea and an Enda Finnucane free.Lissycasey needed to show a big improvement if they were to get back into contention and they had the opening score of the second half when Francis Hayes pointed in the opening minute.Clondegad had other ideas, however, and points from O’Reilly and McMahon saw them open a four point gap with just eight minutes of the half played. After ten scoreless minutes, Lissycasey pointed twice in a minute through Francis Hayes, one from a ’45 to leave two between the sides but they never looked like getting back on terms and the livelier home side finished strongly with a pointed free from McMahon and the game’s only goal from substitute Cillian Brennan with just under five minutes to play. Best for the winners were Flan Enright, Conor Gavin, Francis O’Reilly, Gary Brennan and Podge McMahon.For Lissycasey Seamus Collins, Gerry Moran, Cyril Sheehan and Martin O’Connor did best.
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Martin O’Connor Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins; Cyril Sheehan, Matt Kilroy, Dermot Nagle; Matt O’Shea (0-1), Enda Finnucane (0-1); Sean Hayes, Francis Hayes (0-3), Alan Nagle; Oisin Hanrahan, Niall Kelly, Conor Finnucane (0-1); Subs—David Considine for D. Nagle; Paul Nagle for A. Nagle.

Junior Football: Meanwhile, there was disappointment also for the club’s junior team when they went down to Doonbeg on Friday evening. The final score here was 2-12 to 2-10. Lissycasey lined out with the following; Killian Normoyle; Colm O’Rourke, Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins; Dan Meaney, Derek McMahon, Daire Hanrahan; Danny Clohessy, Noel Finnucane; Paddy Griffin, Paul Nagle, Eoin O’Leary; Gary Stephens, Paudie Carmody, Shane Normoyle; Sub: David McMahon for O’Leary.

March 2014;

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey  1-9  Doonbeg 0-11. A strong second half showing earned Lissycasey their second win from as many outings when they entertained Doonbeg on Saturday afternoon. In a game played in difficult weather conditions, the home side got the better of matters in the second half having struggled against a  physically stronger Doonbeg in the opening period. Doonbeg had the assistance of a strong wind in the opening half and they were full value for their six point interval lead, 0-9 to 0-3, inter county star David Tubridy having landed five of those scores. On the changeover, Lissycasey got the upperhand and helped by a fortunate goal from Dermot Nagle they went on to dictate matters. The home side reduced the margin to the minimum thanks to a good effort from Sean Hayes but a Shane Ryan point kept Doonbeg hopes of victory alive. David Considine landed a good effort from a 35m free to tie up the scores before Sean Hayes put Lissycasey into the lead for the first time and they went on to open a two point margin.Martin O’Connor, Seamus Collins, Dermot Nagle, Sean Hayes and Michael O’Neill were prominent for the winners; 
Lissycasey; Danny Clohessy; Martin O’Connor, Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins; Cyril Sheehan, Matt O’Shea, Dermot Nagle (1-1); Sean Hayes (0-4), Enda Finnucane; Michael O’Neill (0-1), Francis Hayes (0-1), David Considine (0-2); Conor Finnucane, Niall Kelly, Oisin Hanrahan; Subs—Oisin Talty for Hanrahan; Paul Nagle for O’Neill;

Junior League: Lissycasey 3-14  Shannon Gaels 0-7
Things didn't look good for Lissycasey when they started this division 4 tie at Labasheeda on Sunday with just eleven players. Due to a variety of reasons,a number of players were delayed getting to the venue but before the opening half concluded, Lissycasey had a full complement of players. the sides were level at 1-3 to 0-6 at half time, Lissycasey's goal coming from Kieran Clancy. SEcond half goals from  Paul Nagle (penalty) and Niall Meere together with points from Danny Clohessy, Paul Nagle, Eoin O'Leary,  Ciaran Doohan, Niall Meere and Gary Stephens sealed a comfortable win. Lissycasey;--Shane Normoyle; Paddy Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins; Dan Meaney, Michael Nagle, Levi Howard; Danny Clohessy, Noel Finnucane; Daire Hanrahan, Paul Nagle, Ciaran Doohan; Eoin O'Leary, Niall Meere, Kieran Clancy; Sub---Gary Stephens

Last man standing: Last man standing competition. Cusack & Garry Cup. Entry fee  10. Closing date for entries 13th March. First round fixtures are as follows Lissycasey V Kilmurry Ib. Doonbeg V Eire Og. Clondegad V Ennistymon, Kilrush V Miltown. Doorabarefield V O'Curry's. Kildysart V Shannon Gaels. St Breckans V Wolfetones. Cooraclare V Liscannor. Pick 1 team to win each week. If your selection wins you are through to the next round and will be sent a text message asking you to pick a team for the next round. If your selection draw or lose you're out. You cannot chose any team twice. Contact any club player or officer for further information.

Lissycasey to face Liscannor in senior championship: Lissycasey will play Liscannor in the first round of the 2014 senior football championship. The teams were drawn to face each other when the draw was made at the West County hotel on Friday evening. The first round games won't take place before mid July at the earliest. Meanwhile, the club's junior team has been grouped with Kilmurry-Ibrickane, Clondegad and Ml. Cusack's and they will face Cusack's in their opening game. Kilmurry-Ib will provide the opposition in round 2 with fellow parishioners Clondegad facing the locals in the last game in the group.Meanwhile, Lissycasey will begin their O'Gorman cup campaign, weather permitting, on Saturday when they will entertain Doonbeg.The race for the Cusack cup is due to begin on on Saturday, March 15th.

February 2014.

Date for your diary: March 27th: Lissycasey GAA Fashion Show at the West County.

Registration Night: Lissycasey GAA club Registration night took place on Friday Feb 7th at Frure Meeting room. Anyone who didn't make it on the night can register with any club officer or team mentor before the season begins.

January 2014:

Lissycasey GAA club Annual General Meeting was held on  Friday January 17th. The following were elected:  President: Fr P.J. Melican. Vice President. Senan Culligan Snr. Patrons Fr Joe Hourigan & Fr Martin Kelly. Chairman. Eamon Finucane. Secretary: Anne Hayes. Treasurer. Kieran Clancy. Asst Treasurer. Declan Kelly. PRO: Seamus Hayes. Register: Declan Coughlin. Asst Register: Martin Kelly. Irish & Culture Officer: Anne Hayes. A.S.A.P officer: Denis O'Herlihy. Senior Manager: Barry Donnelly. Junior Manager: Christy Talty. Minor Manager: Micheal Collins. Under 16 Manager: Thomas Considine. U12 Declan Kelly. U10 Paddy Griffin. U8 Pat Keane/Frank Culleton. U8 Thomas Clohessy. The remaining positions will be filled at the next monthly meeting.

Scor: Lissycasey have qualified in 4 items for the Munster Final of Scor na nOg which will be held in Mallow on Sunday January 26th. Recitation (Kieran Moroney) Ballad Group: Gillian Griffin. Ava O Malley, Aine McSweeney. Kieran Moroney. Miriam Daly. Leiriu:Tara O'Malley. Bryan McSweeney Aisling Hehir. Gillian Griffin. Ava O Malley. Aine McSweeney Kieran Moroney. Miriam Daly. Set Dancing:  Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Shane Griffin, Evan O'Sullivan, Clodagh O'Herlihy, Lisa Hill. Michelle Carrig & Aisling Hehir. The groups qualified at the Munster Semi Final in Cashel on Sunday last Jan 5th.

December 2013:

Christmas Raffle Results
1st. (oil) Claire Culligan. Caherea.
2nd: (Tonne Coal) Eoin Hill C/o Moira Hill. Caherea.
3rd: (Briquettes) Katie Carmody. Dysart.
4th: (1/2 Coal) Tom O’Shea. Tubber.
5th: (Timber) Michael Shannon. Kilrush. 
6th: (Bags Coal) Joe Hayes. Lissycasey.
7th: (Voucher) Seamus & Sheila Quinn. Boloughera
8th: (Turkey&Ham) Aoibhinn O’Herlihy. Lissycasey.
9th: (Voucher) Deirdre Meaney. Decomade.
10th (Chimney Clean) Mary Kelly. Glaun. Lissycasey. 

Lissycasey GAA Club would like to thank our sponsors, sellers & all those who supported this raffle.

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey won 4 Scor na nOg County titles at the Clare Scor Finals held in Cois na hAbhna last week. The following groups will now represent Lissycasey & Clare the Munster Semi Final in Cashel on Sun Jan 5th. Recitation (Kieran Moroney) Ballad Group: Gillian Griffin. Ava O Malley, Aine McSweeney. Kieran Moroney. Miriam Daly. Leiriu:Tara O'Malley. Bryan McSweeney Aisling Hehir. Gillian Griffin. Ava O Malley. Aine McSweeney Kieran Moroney. Miriam Daly. Set Dancing:  Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Shane Griffin, Evan O'Sullivan, Clodagh O'Herlihy, Lisa Hill. Michelle Carrig. Ellen Griffin.

Lissycasey Minor Medal Presentation: Lissycasey Minor team and Fergus Rovers Ladies Minor team will hold a joint presentation medal night at the West County on Friday December 27th. Tickets are available from the Minor Management.

The late Flan O'Connor: News of the death of Flan O'Connor Lissycasey in New York last week has come as a great shock to all in Lissycasey. Flan was an outstanding member of the Lissycasey team which won the under 21 B football title in 1975. He played all grades of football for the club before emigrating to New York. He is survived by his wife Marie, his son and daughter, by his brothers Sean, Pa, Dan and Tommy and his sister Mary.

Senior Football Semi-Final: Doonbeg 0-15 Lissycasey 0-12: Lissycasey’s wait for a championship victory over Doonbeg at senior level goes on after the latest meeting of the teams.In the semi-final of the 2013 competition at Kilmihil on Saturday, a superb performance from Doonbeg captain David Tubridy played a big part un determining the result of this tie. The Clare forward kicked ten points and displayed superb accuracy from play and from frees. A storming third quarter in which Doonbeg kicked six points while holding their opponents scoreless and the introduction of Shane O’Brien at half time were other contributory factors to their latest win on a day when Lissycasey enjoyed the better of the first half exchanges but only managed to take a one point lead to the interval. Despite the difficult weather conditions, this tie produced some excellent football with some outstanding scores from both sides.Frank O’Dea kicked Doonbeg into the lead in the fourth minute but Lissycasey responded strongly and levelled within a minute through Niall
Kelly. Two Kelly frees at either side of a Conor Finnucane point from play had Lissycasey 0-4 to 0-1 ahead after ten minutes. At this stage Colm Dillon took a grip on matters at midfield and he helped create a number of scoring opportunities from here to the break while he also landed an excellent point.It was 0-6 to 0-3 to Lissycasey after twenty minutes with Doonbeg coming more into the game. Four unanswered points followed and they led 0-7 to 0-6 as the short whistle approached. Lissycasey finished the half strongly and a Matt O’Shea effort had them back in front, 0-8 to 0-7, when the half time whistle sounded.The magpies returned with Shane O’Brien in the action at centre forward and they went on to dominate the third quarter hitting six points without reply, five coming from the boot of Tubridy, to open a five point gap.Two Sean Hayes efforts, one from a sideline, had the margin back to three with ten minutes remaining but this was as close as Lissycasey got. Points were exchanged twice in the remaining time but Doonbeg pulled an extra player back into defence and closed out any possible avenue Lissycasey might have felt was there for scores.Cathal Hill, Gerry Moran and Martin O’Connor worked hard throughout in the Lissycasey defence. Both Enda Finnucane and Matt O’Shea got through some good work at midfield, especially in the opening half while elsewhere Sean Hayes and Niall Kelly were best. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes; Martin Moran, Gerry Moran (Captain), Alan Nagle; Martin O’Connor, Cathal Doohan, Cathal Hill; Enda Finnucane, Matt O’Shea; Sean Hayes, Matt Kilroy, Francis Hayes; Niall Kelly, David Considine, Conor Finnucane; Subs—Dermot Nagle for A. Nagle (40 minutes); Oisin Hanrahan for Considine (46 minutes); Michael O’Neill for C. Finnucane (55 minutes; )Oisin Talty for F. Hayes (59 minutes); Scorers—Niall Kelly (0-6), 5 frees; Sean Hayes (0-2), a line ball; David Considine (free) Conor Finnucane, Matt O’Shea, Oisin Hanrahan (0-1) each.


October 2013:

Minor Div 1 Champions: Lissycasey crowned minor A champions: Lissycasey 2-4 Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1-6: The final scoreline shows that just a point separated Lissycasey and Kilmurry-Ibrickane in the minor A football championship final at Cooraclare on Sunday but ever the most dedicated Kilmurry-Ibrickane supporters will acknowledge that Lissycasey are deserving champions. This was a hard fought tie in very difficult weather conditions. Both sides qualified for the decider in mid week, Kilmurry-Ibrickane beating a fancied Ennistymon side on Tuesday while Lissycasey accounted for Eire Og, tipped by many to win the crown this year, on Thursday. Team captain Michael Nagle, forced out of the game early in the second half with a shoulder injury, accepted the Hennessy memorial cup from Bord na nOg treasurer Joe Kelly. The foundations for this victory were laid in the full back line where Ryan Griffin, in particular, and his flankers Levi Howard and Niall McCarthy excelled for Lissycasey. The new champions got off to a dream start when full forward Ciarán Doohan had the ball in the Kilmurry net inside the first minute. He collected a Conor Finnucane delivery and coolly found the corner of the net on a day when he caused a lot of problems for the loser’s defence. Scores were hard to come by with the conditions causing a lot of problems for the players. Keelan Sexton converted two frees for the runners up in the third and ninth minutes to cut the deficit to the minimum but, at the midpoint of the half, Lissycasey found the Kilmurry net for a second time. When Niall Meere was fouled in the Kilmurry-Ibrickane square, referee Gerry Keane had no hesitation in awarding a penalty which Conor Finnucane expertly dispatched to the net. Finnucane followed with an excellent score from play to stretch Lissycasey’s lead to five points as the half time whistle approached. There were three minutes of ‘injury time’ at the end of the half during which Keelan Sexton (free) and Darragh Pender had points for the runners up to leave the half time score at 2-1 to 0-4 in favour of Lissycasey. The second half was only three minutes old when Lissycasey lost their captain, Michael Nagle, with a shoulder injury. Eoghan O’Leary came into the game and he went on to play a leading role in the win, scoring his side’s final point of the game early in the final quarter. Conor Finnucane and Darren Callinan exchanged points from frees by the tenth minute before Lissycasey goalkeeper Killian Normoyle, superbly converted a ’45 to put his team four clear by the three quarter stage. Early in the final quarter, Eoghan O’Leary landed a fine point for the winners to put them five ahead and this was still the position with three minutes remaining. An Aaron Murrihy point brought Kilmurry to within four which was the position going into ‘injury time’. The West Clare side piled on the pressure and two minutes into the extra period they had a goal from Keith Sexton who was now operating at full forward. Despite a further three minutes, they were unable to get through for the equaliser. In fact, Lissycasey had the better of matters in that time and were on the attack when the final whistle sounded. In what was essentially a team performance, the winner’s defence excelled, particularly the full back trio of Howard, Griffin and McCarthy. Elsewhere Padraig McNamara, Conor Finnucane and Ciarán Doohan were prominent. Credit must also go to the management team of Michael Collins (manager) David Considine, Jamesie Meere, Denis O'Herlihy, Jimmy Collins and Danny Pyne. Lissycasey—Killian Normoyle (0-1), ‘45; Niall McCarthy, Ryan Griffin, Levi Howard; Seamus Collins, Brian Cahill, Padraig McNamara; Conor Talty, Oisin Hanrahan; Gary Stephens, Conor Finnucane (1-2), 1-1 frees, Michael O’Malley; Michael Nagle (captain), Ciarán Doohan (1-0), Niall Meere; Subs—Eoghan O’Leary for Nagle (inj);; Daire Hanrahan for Meere; Cathal Fitzgerald for Stephens. The remaining members of the panel are Darragh Meaney, Dylan Cahill, Paul Culligan, Eric Griffin, Shane Keating, David Cahill, & David Cleary

Minor Div 1 Semi-Final : Great Victory for the Lissycasey Minor team after defeating Eire Og 1.13 to 1.04 in the Minor Div 1 semi-final which was played tonight, under terrible weather conditions, at Cooraclare. Michael O'Malley opened the scoring with a point in the 5th minute, Niall Meere added a point in the 7th minute and then Niall rattled the back of the Eire Og net for Lissycasey's only goal, in the 12th minute. Lissycasey points followed from Ciarán Doohan (13th minute) Conor Finucane (14th) Oisin Hanrahan (15th) Conor Finucane (18th) before Eire Og got their first score, a goal, in the 20th minute then Niall Meere pointed in the 21st, Evan Courtney scored Eire Og's 1st point in the 23rd while Conor Finucane pointed in the 27th and this left the Half time score Lissycasey 1.08 to Eire Og 1.01. Conor Finucane opened the 2nd half with a point from a free in the 4th minute. Eire Og replied with three points in succession in the 5th, 10th and 12th minutes. These scores were the last Eire Og would take for the remainder of the game and it was all Lissycasey from then on with points from Ciarán Doohan (free 17th) Conor Finucane (Free 21st & Free 25th) with the final score from Oisin Hanrahan in the 32nd minute of injury time. The Final takes place on this Sunday at 12noon at Cooraclare. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy, Ryan Griffin, Levi Howard, Seamus Collins, Brian Cahill, Padraic McNamara, Conor Talty, Oisin Hanrahan, Gary Stephens, Conor Finucane, Michael O'Malley, Mickey Nagle, Ciarán Doohan, Niall Meere. Subs: Eoghan O'Leary for Gary Stephens, Cathal Fitzgerald for Niall Meere. Daire Hanrahan for Ciarán Doohan.
 

All Ireland Cup: The Liam McCarthy Cup comes to Lissycasey GAA club on Monday evening next October 28th at Frure Pitch at 6p.m. All invited to attend. All children requested to wear Clare Colours. See you all there.

The late Marty Keane, Benedin: The death last week, after a short illness, of Marty Keane, Benedin, Lissycasey has robbed the local GAA club of one of it's strongest supporters. A regular player with the club throughout the sixties and into the seventies, he played at wing back when Lissycasey won the club's first adult title by beating Killimer in the junior A final in 1971. He went on to serve as a selector with a number of club teams after his playing days ended. He remained a loyal follower of the club teams up to the time of his death and he was particularly delighted when Lissycasey won the county senior title in 2007.At the removal of his remains from Normoyle's funeral home last week, team mates from his playing days and particularly from the 1971 championship winning team together with club officials from that time, former a guard of honour and walked the short distance to the church with his remains. At the entrance to Our Lady of the Wayside Church, members of the current club teams and current club officers formed a guard of honour. His coffin was draped in the maroon and white of his beloved Lissycasey club while the club flag flew at half mast outside the club grounds and also at the Church grounds.
 

Minor Championship: Lissycasey 4.10 North Clare 1.08. Lissycasey defeated the North Clare Amalgamation of Kilfenora/Ml Cusack's/Liscannor in their last league game, played under lights, in Carron on Friday night. Lissycasey were missing a number of their regular players due to hurling commitments. North Clare opened the scoring with a goal in the 7th minute from Jack O'Dea. Lissycasey's first score was a point from Ciarán Doohan in the 11th minute. Points followed from Micheal Duffy , North Clare (15th minute) Ciarán Doohan (18th minute) Donal McMahon, North Clare (19th minute) Conor Finnucane (28th minute) Niall Meere (29th Minute) Then Conor Finucane shook the back of the net for Lissycasey first Goal in the 30th minute while Donal McMahon , North Clare, pointed in injury time to leave the half time score Lissycasey 1.04 North Clare 1.03. The first score of the second half came from Micheal Duffy North Clare, a point, in the 2nd minute. Lissycasey were awarded a penalty in the 4th minute which Conor Finucane had no difficulty converting. Points then followed from Eoghan O'Leary (5th minute) Conor Finucane (2) in the 6th & 8th minutes. North Clare replied with four points in succession from Michael Duffy (2 frees) in the 10th & 11th minutes Brian Considine (14th minute) Donal McMahon (16th minute) It was all Lissycasey from then on with scores from  Niall Meere, a point in the 18th, Ciarán Doohan, point in the 19th. Ciarán Doohan a goal in the 27th, Dylan Cahill, a point in the 27th and the final score was a great goal from Oisin Hanrahan in the 30th which left the final score Lissycasey 4.10 North Clare 1.08. Lissycasey: Daire Meaney, Daire Hanrahan, Killian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins, Mikie Nagle, Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Conor Talty, Padraig McNamara, Conor Finucane, Gary Stephens, Eoghan O'Leary, Ciarán Doohan, Niall Meere. Subs:  Cathal Fitzgerald for Gary Stephens, Dylan Cahill for Ciarán Doohan, Eric Griffin for Eoghan O'Leary.

Lissycasey 2-13 Cooraclare 1-10
Lissycasey senior footballers continued their preparations ahead of the county semi-final with a merited win over Cooraclare under lights at Cooraclare on Thursday night. The game was played as a 13 a side match due to Cooraclare's lack of numbers. After a well contested first half, Lissycasey went to the break leading by a point, 0-6 to 0-5.Early second half goals from Conor Finnucane and Niall Kelly put the visitors firmly in control. In the final twenty minutes Lissycasey made eight changes in personnel before emerging as deserving six point winners, Cooraclare's goal coming three minutes from the end.
Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle; Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Cathal Hill, Derek McMahon, Alan Nagle; Enda Finnucane, Matt O'Shea; Matt Kilroy, Francis Hayes Sean Hayes; Niall Kelly, Conor Finnucane;
Subs---Oisin Hanrahan, David Considine, Paul Nagle, Oisin Talty, Danny Clohessy, Michael Nagle, Eoin O'Leary, Niall Meere

Minor Championship: Lissycasey 5.12 Kilrush 2.10. A stronger Lissycasey defeated Kilrush in the Minor Div 1 Championship played under lights in Kilrush on Friday Oct 4th. Lissycasey were well ahead at half time, with scores from Conor Finucane (2.02) Ciarán Doohan (1.01) Eoghan O'Leary (1.00) Michael O'Malley (1.00) Gary Stephens (0.01) Niall Mere (0.0 Kilrush's Goal came from a penalty in the 29th minute leaving the half time score Lissycasey 5.05 to Kilrush 1.05. Lissycasey added 7 points in the second half from Conor Finucane, Ciarán Doohan, Oisin Hanrahan and Eoghan O'Leary while Kilrush added 1.05 leaving the full time score Lissycasey 5.12 Kilrush 2.10. Lissycasey are now guarantied a place in the County Semi-Finals. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle Conor Talty, Ryan Griffin, David Cleary, Seamus Collins, Oisin Hanrahan, Levi Howard, Brian Cahill. Conor Finucane, Gary Stephens, Michael O'Malley, Niall Meere, Michael Nagle, Ciarán Doohan Eoin O'Leary. Subs. Paraic McNamara for Michael O'Malley, Daire Hanrahan for Eoghan O'Leary, Cathal Fitzgerald for Niall Meere, Dylan Cahill for Gary Stephens, Eric Griffin for David Cleary.

September 2013:

Tom Conway Tournament. The Lissycasey U15 Tournament for the Tom Conway Memorial Cup takes place this weekend in Frure Pitch. Semi Finals on Saturday with the final on Sunday week. Teams competing Coolmeen/Kildysart, Clondegad, Kilmihil & Lissycasey. All welcome to attend and support this tournament in memory of a great club man RIP.

U21 Quarter Final: Miltown 1.13 Lissycasey 2.06. Lissycasey bowed out of the U21 "A" Championship after being defeated in the Quarter final by a stronger Miltown team in Kilmihil on Saturday. Miltown opened the scoring and had five points in the scoreboard before Lissycasey had their first score, a point, from Killian McNamara in the 16th Minute. Miltown added 1.02 before Lissycasey's Conor Finucane added two points and Killian McNamara added a goal to leave the half time score Miltown 1.07 Lissycasey 1.03. Again Miltown had the better start to the second half and scored four points before Mikie O'Neill opened Lissycasey's scoring in the 17th minute. Miltown added another pointed in the 23rd. Conor Finucane goaled in the 22nd minute. Miltown added another point before Conor Finucane scored two points to leave the final score Miltown 1.13 Lissycasey 2.06. Lissycasey. Killian Normoyle, Tom Collins, Mikie Nagle, Seamus Collins. Levi Howard, Eoin Enright, Oisin Hanrahan, Cathal Doohan, Matt O'Shea, Killian McNamara, Daire Keane, Barry Lynch, Mikie O'Neill, Conor Finucane, Kevin Hanrahan,

Under 21 Championship; Lissycasey 1.10 Kilrush 0.09. First half Lissycasey scores came from Conor Finucane 0.04 Oisin Hanrahan 0.01 Killian McNamara 0.01 Michael O'Neill 0.01. to leave the half time score Lissycasey 0.07 Kilrush 0.04. The Lissycasey second half scores came from Conor Finucane 0.02 Levi Howard 0.01 and Ciarán Doohan 1.00: Lissycasey team: Killian Normoyle. Tom Collins. Mikie Nagle. Seamo Collins, Levi Howard. Cathal Doohan. Oisin Hanrahan, Matt O'Shea. Eoin Enright. Barry Lynch. Conor Finnucane. Kevin Hanrahan, Daire Keane, Mickie O'Neill. Cillian McNamara: Subs. Ciarán Doohan for Kevin Hanrahan, Niall Meere for Daire Keane. Eoghan O'Leary for Cillian McNamara. U21 Championship:

Senior Football Championship 2013: Lissycasey are through to the senior football championship semi final after defeating Ennistymon in the quarter final in Clarecastle this morning. The game was level when referee Rory Hickey sounded the final whistle and two periods of extra time followed. Lissycasey emerged victorious on a score line of 0.09 to 1.05.

All-Ireland Tickets: Members looking for tickets for the All-Ireland hurling final replay MUST text their requests to the club mobile phone (086-2659561) by Sunday September 22 at 6p.m. at the latest.

Monthly Meeting; The monthly meeting of Lissycasey GAA will take place on Thursday next, September 19th at 9p.m.

Under 21 football: A new draw has taken place for the county under 21 football championship and Lissycasey will play Kilrush in round one. this game is scheduled for Cooraclare on Saturday next, September 21. The winners will then play the winners of the first round tie between Miltown and Wolfe Tones in round two

Senior Football Quarter Final. Lissycasey will play Ennistymon on this coming Sunday Sept 15th at Clarecastle at 12noon. Please support the team in this very important fixture.

Minor FootballEire Og 0.11 Lissycasey 0.03. Lissycasey suffered their second defeat in this season’s minor A football championship campaign when going under to Eire Og on Thursday evening at Lissycasey.
The visitors enjoyed the upper hand throughout and were 0-7 to 0-2 ahead at half time, first half scores for the locals having come from Ciarán Doohan and Conor Finnucane.
The winners’ half time lead could have been greater but for a couple of excellent saves by Killian Normoyle.
Padraic McNamara was introduced to the second half but Eire Og continued to hold the upperhand on an evening when the Lissycasey forwards struggled to make an impression.Lissycasey’s only point in the second half came from a Conor Finnucane free. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, David Cleary, Mikey Nagle, Conor Talty; Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Seamus Collins; Brian Cahill, Niall McCarthy; Niall Meere. Michael O'Malley, Conor Finucane; Eoghan O'Leary, Ciarán Doohan, Daire Hanrahan; Subs. Killian McNamara for Daire Hanrahan.

U14 Semi-Final: Lissycasey were defeated in the Semi-Final of the U14 football Championship , which was played in Doonbeg this Thursday Sept 11th. Lissycasey were missing a number of their regular team players and indeed had only one sub on the sideline. The half time score was Cooraclare 2.03 Lissycasey 1.02 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Stephen Meaney 1.00 Cathal Considine 0.02. Cian Meaney in goals also saved a penalty in this half. Lissycasey had a great start to the second half with a goal from Substitute Josh Allard however Cooraclare proved the stronger team and advanced to the final on a final scoreline of Cooraclare 3.10 to Lissycasey 2.06. Lissycasey second half scores came from John Allard 1.00 Cathal Considine 0.02. Stephen Meaney 0.01. Aaron Griffin 0.01. Lissycasey. Cian Meaney, Eoin Grace. Ronan Cahill, Eoghan Clancy, Conor Keane, Cathal Talty, Adrian Meaney,  Conor Clohessy, Darragh Hickey, Conor Cahill, Aaron Griffin, Pierce Griffin, Cathal Considine, Stephen Meaney, Enda Meaney. Sub: Josh Allard for Pierce Griffin.

Senior Football: Quarter final opponents: Ennistymon will provide the opposition for Lissycasey in the quarter finals following the draw this Monday evening. the other pairings are; Kilrush v Cooraclare or Cratloe; Doonbeg v Wolfetones/Clondegad/Cooraclare or Cratloe; Eire Og v Kilmurry-Ibrickane

Junior Championship: Ml. Cusack's 2.07 Lissycasey 0.07. Lissycasey bowed out of the Junior Football championship when they were beaten by North Clare side Michael Cusack's in Miltown on today Sunday Sept 1st. Michael Cusack's opened the scoring with a point from a free from Donal McMahon in the 9th minute. Barry Lynch equalised from a free in the 10th minute. Donal McMahon goaled in the 14th minute . Niall Meere pointed in the 16th minute. Cusack's added two pointed from frees before half time to leave... the score at the break Ml Cusack's 1.03 to Lissycasey's 0.02. Killian Droney got the opening score of the second half with a point from play in the 1st minute. Sean Hill replied for Lissycasey with a point from play and this was followed by a Barry Lynch free in the 5th minute. Rohan Rafferty and Donal McMahon added points for Cusack's before Kevin Fawl got their 2nd goal in the 12th minute. Fintan Conway added another Cusack's point in 15th minute. Lissycasey battled hard and added three more points from Barry Lynch (0.02) and his father Colin in the 28th minute to leave the final score Michael Cusack's 2.07 Lissycasey 0.07. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Kevin Moran, Mickey Nagle, Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, Paudie Carmody, Dan Meaney, Noel Finucane, Noel Casey, David McMahon, Danny Lynch, Niall Meere, Killian McNamara, Sean Hill, Barry Lynch. Subs: Eoin Enright, Tom Collins, Eoin O'Leary, Colin Lynch.

August 2013:

Senior championship. Senior footballers through to quarter finals: Lissycasey 1-11 St. Josephs 1-8
Lissycasey qualified for the senior football championship quarter final when they accounted for St. Josephs Doora-Barefield at Miltown on Saturday evening.The locals were deserving winners but they struggled to get over the winning line. They led from the outset and were six points clear midway through the second half after Martin Moran had converted from the penalty spot following a foul on impressive substitute Oisin Hanrahan. Doora-Barefield had missed a first half penalty when Cathal O'Sullivan's effort was impressively saved by Joe Hayes in the Lissycasey goal. Early in the second half the losers were reduced to fourteen men but just when Lissycasey looked like pulling away, the losers, beaten county finalists for the past two years, fought back, inspired by some excellent long range points from Ivor Whyte.The game ended at 1-8 each but in extra time Lissycasey regained their composure and held their opponents scoreless. Two late points from Oisin Hanrahan sealed victory on a day when Martin O'Connor excelled in defence ably assisted by the Moran brothers and Joe Hayes. Elsewhere Enda Finnucane, Sean Hayes and Matt Kilroy impres
sed as did substitute Hanrahan: Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Cathal Hill, Cathal Doohan, Sean Hayes; Enda Finnucane, Matt O’Shea; Alan Nagle, Danny Clohessy, Francis Hayes; Niall Kelly, Matt Kilroy, Conor Finnucane; Subs—Oisin Hanrahan for Nagle (43 minutes); Paul Nagle for Kilroy (inj. 55 minutes); Oisin Talty for Clohessy (67 minutes) Derek McMahon for C. Finnucane (74 minutes) Dermot Nagle for E. Finnucane (78 minutes) Scorers—Niall Kelly (0-3), 2 frees; Martin Moran (1-0), penalty; Enda Finnucane (frees) Matt Kilroy, Oisin Hanrahan (0-2) each; Conor Finnucane, Sean Hayes (0-1) each
St. Josephs;--Declan O’Keeffe; Paudie Nugent, Martin Brooks, Steven Collins; Declan Malone, Sean Flynn, Ger Fannin; Alan O’Neill, Mark Hallinan; Christy O’Brien, Ivor Whyte, Eoin Hanrahan; David O’Brien, Cathal O’Sullivan, Cathal Duggan; Subs—Luke Brannock for C. O’Brien (inj. 15 minutes) Kevin Frehill for Hanrahan (36 minutes) Davy Conroy for Brannock (36 minutes); Eoin Hanrahan for Hallinan (for extra time) Adrian Fleming for Conroy (suspended); Hallinan for Duggan (inj., 71 minutes); Conor O’Brien for Hallinan (79 minutes) Scorers—Ivor Whyte (0-4); Christy O’Brien (1-1); Cathal Duggan (0-3), 2 frees: Referee---Michael Talty, Kilmurry-Ibrickane

Minor Div 1 Championship.
Lissycasey 2.14 Kilmurry Ib 0.10. Score at half time was Lissycasey 1.06 to Kilmurry Ib 0.05 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Eoghan O'Leary 0.01 Ciarán Doohan 1.01.Michael O'Malley 0.03 David Cleary 0.01. The Second half scores came from Connor Finucane 0.03 Michael O'Malley 0.03 Oisin Hanrahan 0.01 and Niall Meere 1.00
Lissycasey Killian Normoyle, Conor Talty. Mickey Nagle, Niall McCarthy, Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Seamus Collins, Connor Finnucane, Brian Cahill, Gary Stephens, Michael O'Malley, David Cleary, Eoghan O'Leary, Ciarán Doohan, Niall Meere, Subs: Ryan Griffin for Conor Talty, Padraic Neylon for Niall McCarthy.

Senior Championship: Lissycasey V Doorabarefield on Saturday next Aug 31st at 6p.m. at Miltown. All support welcome.

Senior Championship: Lissycasey 1.08 Shannon Gaels 0.04. Lissycasey opened the scoring with a point in the 3rd minute from Francis Hayes who quickly added a second point a minute later, both from play. John Paul O'Neill opened the Shannon Gaels scoring with their first point, from play, in the 9th minute and Shannon Gaels added another from Michael Coughlan in the 12th. Matt O'Shea pointed for Lissycasey in the 18th and John Paul O'Neill scored from play in the 20th minute to level the game and this left the Half time score at 3points each. Matt Kilroy opened the 2nd half scoring with a point from play in the 2nd minute. Shannon Gaels then got their only 2nd half score with a point from play in the 7th minute Lissycasey dominated the scoring from then on with points from Francie Hayes in the 15th minute. Niall Kelly in the 24th, A great goal from Matt Kilroy in the 28th with the final score of the game coming from Martin O'Connor in the dying minutes of the game. Joe Hayes had an excellent game in goals saving two attempts at goal by the Gaels. Lissycasey. Joe Hayes. Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor (0.01), Matt O'Shea (0.01), Cathal Doohan, Cathal Hill, Enda Finucane, Michael Melican, Francis Hayes (0.03), Matt Kilroy (1.01) Sean Hayes (0.01), Conor Finucane, Niall Kelly (0.01). Alan Nagle. Subs: Oisin Hanrahan for Sean Hayes, Paul Nagle for Michael Melican. Next game V Doorabarefield on Saturday next at Miltown.

All Ireland hurling tickets: Club Members interested in being in the draw for an All Ireland ticket are asked to text the club Number 0862659561.Ticket Prices are as follows. Stand - €80  Terrace - €40 Please note there are NO Family Tickets and all stand tickets are €80 with NO reduction for children.

Senior Championship: Doonbeg 1-13 Lissycasey 1-10 (after extra time) Extra time penalty proves decisive.
For the third year in a row, Lissycasey have suffered a narrow defeat at the hands of Doonbeg in the opening round of the Clare senior football championship. At Kilmihil on Saturday evening, extra time was needed to decide the latest clash of the sides. It was a game which produced plenty of talking points not least, from a Lissycasey point of view, being the awarding of a penalty to Doonbeg early in extra time.In the final analysis, the greater experience of Doonbeg won the day and Lissycasey must now re-group for next week's second round which they must win to remain in contention for honours. A blistering start gave Doonbeg a grip on this tie as they raced four points clear after just nine minutes. A further three went by before Lissycasey opened their account through championship debutant Conor Finnucane whose powerful drive just went over Eamonn Tubridy’s crossbar.Two minutes later the magpies were down to fourteen men after referee Rory Hickey, following consultation with his umpires, produced a straight red card to Frank O’Dea following an off the ball incident which left Lissycasey midfielder Enda Finnucane requiring attention.
From here to the half time whistle it was the magpies who played as if they had the extra man and when the short whistle sounded they were four points clear, 0-6 to 0-2.They had the first score of the second half when Enda Doyle pointed but gradually Lissycasey came more into the game from here on. The introduction of the experienced Alan Nagle and teenager Oisin Hanrahan boosted Lissycasey and by the end of the third quarter the margin was down to three, 0-7 to 0-4. The loss of Cathal Doohan to injury was a blow to Lissycasey but his replacement Cyril Sheehan did well.Doonbeg still led by three points inside the last five minutes but Lissycasey continued to pile on the pressure and three minutes from time they were rewarded when David Considine broke through and drilled the ball low to the net.
Doonbeg created a couple of goal scoring chances in normal time but on two occasions goalkeeper Joe Hayes denied Shane O’Brien with good stops.Three minutes into the first period of extra time, referee Rory Hickey penalised Lissycasey captain Gerry Moran as he and Enda Doyle fought for possession and pointed to the penalty spot. Brian Dillon drilled the spot kick low to the corner and it proved to be the crucial score.At the turnover just the minimum separated the sides, 1-10 to 1-9 in the magpies favour. In the second period Shane Ryan proved to be their hero with three points from play. Ryan hadn’t started the game but came into the action early in the second half of normal time. Twenty minutes late he was replaced but returned for the second half of extra time to make a huge contribution.
Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Cathal Hill, Cathal Doohan, Matt O’Shea; Enda Finnucane, Sean Hayes; Oisin Talty, Danny Clohessy, Francis Hayes; David Considine, Matt Kilroy, Conor Finnucane;Subs—Alan Nagle for Talty (41 minutes) Oisin Hanrahan for Clohessy (41 minutes), Cyril Sheehan for Doohan (injured) 45 minutes);Paul Nagle started in place of Considine for extra time. Scorers—David Considine (1-0); Conor Finnucane (1 free), Francis Hayes (2 frees) 0-3 each; Martin O’Connor, Sean Hayes, Enda Finnucane (free)
Oisin Hanrahan (0-1) each;Referee—Rory Hickey, Eire Og

Junior Championship. Lissycasey 3.14 Doonbeg 0.05
Lissycasey scores in the first half came as follows Goal from Aaron Talty. Pt Paudie Carmody free. Goal Aaron Talty. Pt Paudie Carmody Play, Points from Danny Lynch, Niall Meere, Noel Finucane (play) Paudie Carmody Free and Niall Meere play. with Doonbeg's 2 points from Diarmuid Ryan (free) and Eoin Pender (play)0 laving the half time score Lissycasey 2.07 Doonbeg 0.02.
Second half scores Pt Niall Meere (play) Goal Paudie Carmody, and points from play from Ciarain Doohan (2)Noel Finucane, Paddy griffin, Conor Talty & Eoin O'Leary with Doonbeg points from Diarmuid Ryan (2) and Kevin Prendergast.
Lissycasey. Killian Normoyle. Kevin Moran, Michael Nagle, Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, Derek McMahon, Dan Meaney, Noel Finucane, Danny Lynch, Tom Collins, Paudie Carmody, David McMahon, Ciaran Doohan, Aaron Talty, Niall Meere. Subs: Eoghan O' Leary from Tom Collins, Conor Talty for Dan Meaney, Paddy Griffin for Danny Lynch, Kieran Clancy for David McMahon. Dylan Cahill for Niall Meere.

July 2013.
Junior Semi-Final: Lissycasey 2.08 Ballyvaughan 2.06.  Lissycasey have qualified for the Junior Div 4 League Final by defeating Ballyvaughan 2.08 to 2.06 in a game played in very bad weather conditions in Lissycasey this evening. Lissycasey lined up as follows: Killian Normoyle, Kevin Moran, Michael Nagle, Seamus Collins, Cyril Sheehan, Derek McMahon, Dan Meaney, Noel Finucane, Danny Lynch, Oisin Talty, Paudie Carmody, David Talty, Oisin Hanrahan, Aaron Talty, Connor Finnucane, Subs: Levi Howard for David Talty, Kevin Hanrahan for Paudie Carmody. Half time score was Lissycasey 2.04 to Ballyvaughan 2.04. with Lissycasey scores coming from David Talty 2.02 Danny Lynch 0.01 and Derek McMahon 0.01. Lissycasey second half scores came from Oisin Hanrahan 0.01, Aaron Talty 0.01. Danny Lynch 0.01 and Conor Finnucane. Lissycasey will now take on Ennistymon in the Final.

Junior Semi-Final: Lissycasey will play Ballyvaughan in the refixed Junior Semi-Final which will be played on Saturday next July 27th in Lissycasey at 7p.m.

Minor Football: Lissycasey 3-16 Cratloe 0-1
After the disappointment of losing to Ennistymon in round 2, Lissycasey bounced back to winning ways with a convincing win over Cratloe at the South East Clare club’s venue in round 3.With a much changed line out, the visitors controlled this game from the outset and would not have been flattered by a much bigger winning margin.With central attackers Ciarán Doohan (centre forward) and Michael O’Malley contributing 1-9, Lissycasey were never in trouble. Doohan’s goal came in the first half and helped the winners to a 1-12 to 0-1 interval lead. Indeed that lead could have been greater but Cratloe goalie Eoin O’Kelly made a fine save from Conor Finnucane’s penalty midway through the half. Early in the second half Lissycasey won another penalty and this time Finnucane send O’Kelly the wrong way as he converted. Lissycasey’s third goal came from Cathal Fitzgerald a short time later.
Lissycasey; Killian Normoyle; Niall McCarthy, Ryan Griffin, Conor Talty; David Cleary, Oisin Hanrahan (0-1) Levi Howard; Conor Finnucane (1-3), Brian Cahill; Niall Meere (0-1) Ciarán Doohan (1-4), Cathal Fitzgerald (1-0); Eoghan O’Leary (0-2) Michael O’Malley (0-5) Michael Nagle; Subs—Padraig Nealon for Finnucane; Dylan Cahill for Fitzgerald; Shane Keating for Meere.

Lissycasey Results 13/14 July:

Lissycasey Junior Team have qualified for the Junior League Semi-Final where they will take on Ballyvaughan on Sunday next July 21 at 12.30 in Lissycasey. Lissycasey defeated Sh. Gaels in the final round of the league on Sunday last on a score line of 4.07 to 1.04. Team: Killian Normoyle, Kevin Moran, Michael Nagle, Seamus Collins, Cyril Sheehan, Derek McMahon, Dan Meaney, Danny Lynch, Noel Finucane, David McMahon, Paudie Carmody, David Talty, Conor Finucane, Aaron Talty, Eoghan O'Leary. Subs: Kevin Hanrahan for Paudie Carmody, Oisin Hanrahan for Conor Finucane, Levi Howard for Danny Lynch, Niall Meere for Noel Finucane, Tom Collins for Derek McMahon.

Lissycasey senior footballers bowed out of the Cusack Cup when they were defeated by Eire Og on a score of 2.15 to 1.10 in the Semi-Final played this evening in Lissycasey. Team: Joe Hayes. Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor, Matt O'Shea, Francis Hayes, Dermot Nagle, Sean Hayes, Enda Finnucane, Oisin Talty, Daniel Clohessy, Matt Kilroy, David Considine, Niall Kelly, Paul Nagle, Subs: Oisin Hanrahan for Oisin Talty, Conor Finucane for David Considine, Cyril Sheehan for Dermot Nagle.

Lissycasey U14 team defeated Sh. Gaels/Kilmihil in Round 3 of theU14 Div 1/2 Championship in Labasheeda on Monday last on a score of  7.13 to 1.04. Lissycasey will now take on Feile Champions Ennistymon in Lissycasey on Monday next July 22nd at 7.30p.m.

Lissycasey Minor Team were defeated by Ennistymon in Round 2 of the Minor Div 1 championship 5.09 to 3.07 played at Lissycasey on Wednesday July 17th. Lissycasey will take on Cratloe in Cratloe on next Wednesday at 7.30p.m.

June 2013:

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 0.13 Doonbeg 1.08.

Junior Div 4 League: Lissycasey 2.15 Meelick 0.03. This game was played in terrible weather conditions at Lissycasey on Saturday evening. Lissycasey led at the break 0.04 to 0.03 with the points scored by Eoghan O'Leary, 0.01. David Talty 0.02 and Danny Lynch 0.01. Lissycasey then dominated the second half with Meelick failing to score in this half while the Lissycasey scores came from Conor Finucane 0.03,Danny Lynch 0.03 Aaron Talty 1.01. Eoghan O'Leary 1.01, David Talty 0.02 & Noel Finnucane 0.01. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Conor Talty, Michael Nagle,  Oisin Talty, Cyril Sheehan, Derek McMahon , Dan Meaney, Danny Lynch, Noel Finnucane, Conor Finnucane,  David McMahon, David Talty, Paddy Griffin, Aaron Talty, Eoghan O'Leary. Subs: Niall Meere, Dylan Cahill, Kieran Clancy, Barry Keating, Paudie Carmody.

U13 "A" West Clare. Lissycasey have qualified for the semi-final of the West Clare U13 competition after defeating Clondegad in Lissycasey on Friday evening. The team will now play Naomh Eoin/O'Curry's in the next round.

U14 Championship: Lissycasey 3.09 Cratloe 3.02. Lissycasey led 3.04 to no score at half time with scores coming from Stephen Meaney 1.01, Conor Cahill 2.01, Cian Meaney 0.01, and Aaron Griffin 0.01. Cratloe fought back in the second half scoring 3.02 while Lissycasey added five points from Conor Cahill 0.02, Cathal Considine 0.02 and Aaron Griffin 0.01 to leave the full time score 3.09 to 3.03. Lissycasey. Enda Meaney, Eoghan Grace, Mark Cabey. Eoin Clancy. Adrian Meaney, Cathal Talty, Darren Hickey, Conor Clohessy, Cian Meaney, Ronan Cahill, Ronan Cahill, Aaron Griffin, Conor Keane, Stephen Meaney, Cathal Considine, Subs: Sean Culligan, Peirce Griffin. Management: Barry Keating (Manager) Noel Finnucane.

U21 "A" Draw 2013: Ennistymon V Doonbeg/Kilkee . Ml Cusack's/Liscannor/Kilfenora V Clondegad. Cratloe V Miltown-St Joseph's. Corofin V Kilrush. Kilmurry Ibrickane V Doorabarefield. Kilmihil/Sh Gaels V Lissycasey.
Wolfetones Bye. Eire Og Bye.

Quarter Finals.  Wolfetones V Kilmurry Ib/Doorabarefield. (A) Ml Cusack's/Kilfenora/Liscannor/ Clondegad V Sh Gaels/Kilmihil/Lissycasey. (B) Cratloe/Miltown V Corofin/Kilrush (C)Eire Og V Ennistymon/Kilkee/Doonbeg. (D)

Semi-Finals.  A V D :  B V C.


Brian Casey 7 a side title for Lissycasey: Lissycasey hosted the third annual Brian Casey memorial 7 a side tournament on Sunday last when fourteen teams battled it out for the title. The football competition brought down the curtain on an excellent weekend of events in Lissycasey which commenced on Friday evening with an under 10 football blitz involving neighbouring clubs. Saturday night's Lissycasey version of Mr and Mrs proved to be an outstanding success. Fergal Haier was an outstanding presenter and the six participating couples----Danny and Noelette Lynch; Declan and Deborah Coughlan; Michael and Maureen Stephens; Sean and Christina O'Sullivan, Shane Normoyle and Michelle O'Shea, Eamonn (club chairman) and Elizabeth Finnucane, helped make the event truly memorable. The winners of the competition were Eamonn and Liz. Many local singers, musicians and dancers entertained the 'full house' before the show concluded with the launch of a new local traditional music band, the Ruthálees brought proceedings to a close
The football competition dominated on Sunday when, after the morning group games, the qualifiers for the quarter finals were Lissycasey (A and B) Kilmurry-Ibrickane(holders), Cooraclare, Doonbeg, Clondegad, Shannon Gaels and St.
Joseph. The hosts A team accounted form Cooraclare on a 2-8 to 0-6 scoreline, Clondegad were 2-9 to 1-4 winners over Shannon Gaels, St. Josephs overcame Lissycasey B on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-5 while Doonbeg overcame the title holders Kilmurry-Ibrickane. A penalty shoot out was needed to decided this one after the teams were tied at 1-7 each. Doonbeg won the shoot out, 2-0.Lissycasey played Doonbeg in the first of the semi-finals and three first half goals from Oisin Hanrahan sent them on their way to a 5-11 to 0-4 victory. In a close contest in the other semi-final, Clondegad overcame St. Josephs on a 2-5 to 1-6 score to set up an all parish final. Clondegad made the better start and were two points ahead midway through the opening half but the home side hit back and a goal from Sean Hayes helped them to a 1-4 to 0-4 lead at half time. An early second half goal from the tournament’s top scorer, Oisin Hanrahan sent them on their way to the title, their first win in the tournament. They were pipped in last year’s final by Kilmurry-Ibrickane. The full time score in the final, refereed by Miltown’s Barry Kelly, was 2-8 to 1-6. Each of the tournament referees, Stephen Coughlan, Michael Rock, David Clancy, Micheal Keane, Barry Keating, Fergal O’Shea, Michael Fitzgerald and Barry Kelly were presented with medals. All of the presentations were made by Clare senior football manager Mick O’Dwyer who complimented all involved before Marty Casey, father of the late Brian, presented the cup to the winning captain Gerry Moran.

Sunday June 9th: BRIAN CASEY MEMORIAL 7 A-SIDE TOURNAMENT

Group 1  at Lissycasey (main pitch)
Lissycasey, Coolmeen, Miltown, Shannon Gaels
Group 2  at Ballynacally: Cooraclare, Killimer, Kilrush, Clondegad
Group 3  at Kilmihil: St. Josephs, Doonbeg, Kildysart, Kilmihil
Group 4  at Lissycasey (Frure pitch) Kilmurry-Ibrickane, Eire Og, Kilkee, Lissycasey B.

Brian Casey was an integral part of Lissycasey G.A.A. and wore the colours of Lissycasey with pride and passion. Brian tragically lost his life in December 2009 and this tournament, promoted by the club in conjunction with Brian’s family, is to commemorate him and his commitment to our club.


May 2013:

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 1.12 Doorabarefield 0.09.
Lissycasey booked a place in the semi-final of the Cusack cup when they scored a six point win over St. Josephs at Lissycasey on Thursday evening. The home side struggled in a low scoring opening half at the end of which the teams were level at 0-4 each. Lissycasey stepped up considerably in the second half and 1-3 without reply between the fifth and eleventh minutes put them on the road to this success. The goal scorer was Niall Kelly who won possession from a Matt O’Shea delivery to shoot to the corner of the net. Gerry Moran, Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Sean Hayes and substitute Oisin Hanrahan impressed for Lissycasey against what, it must be said, was an understrength St. Josephs side. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Alan Nagle; Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Matt O’Shea; Sean Hayes (0-2) Enda Finnucane (0-1); Oisin Talty, Danny Clohessy (0-1) Francis Hayes (0-2); David Considine (0-3), Niall Kelly (1-1), Conor Finnucane; Subs: Oisin Hanrahan (0-1) for A. Nagle; Paul Nagle (0-1) for Clohessy; Cathal Hill for Talty.

Clare Junior Football Draw 2013. Junior championship pairings. The draw for the junior football championship was made this week and Lissycasey will, like the club's seniors, take on Doonbeg in the opening round. There are four groups, three of four teams and one with five teams. Also in Lissycasey's group are last year's beaten finalists, Michael Cusack's and Ballyvaughan. the competition is expected to get underway in mid August
The details are;

Group 1—Kilmihil, St. Josephs, Meelick, Cooraclare, Naomh Eoin;
Group 2—Clondegad, Kilmurry-Ibrickane, Eire Og, Kilrush
Group 3—Ml. Cusack's, Ballyvaughan, Doonbeg, Lissycasey
First round pairings are Ml. Cusack's v Ballyvaughan; Doonbeg v Lissycasey; In round 2, Lissycasey play Ballyvaughan and Ml. Cusack's play Doonbeg while round 3 will see Lissycasey play Ml. Cusack's and Ballyvaughan take on Doonbeg.
Group 4—Coolmeen, Ennistymon, Miltown, Clonlara

Brian Casey memorial. The draw for this year's Brian Casey memorial 7 a side will take place next Monday. Sixteen teams will, as in previous years, play in four groups of four with two to qualify from each for the quarter finals.
Group games will take place at Ballynacally, Kilmihil and in both Lissycasey pitches. Lissycasey's main pitch and Frure will host the quarter finals with the semi-finals and final going ahead at the club's main pitch

Junior Football: Lissycasey 4.09 Naomh Eoin 1.09.Excellent result from the Junior game played in Cross today. Lissycasey played with the wind in the first half and lead 3.06 to 0.01 at half time.
Lissycasey. Killian Normoyle. Seamus Collins, Michael Nagle, Kevin Moran, Levi Howard, Derek McMahon, Dan Meaney, Noel Finucane. Danny Lynch, Oisin Hanrahan, Paudie Carmody. Conor Finucane. David McMahon, Aaron Talty, David Talty. Subs: Cyril Sheehan for Danny Lynch (inj) Oisin Talty for Derek McMahon (inj) Eoghan O'Leary for Conor Finucane, Niall Meere for Oisin Hanrahan.

U12 League: Lissycasey defeated St. Joseph's , Miltown in the final U12 game which was played Saturday May 25th at Cusack Park, Ennis. The locals were missing a number of their team due to other commitments. The panel on Saturday included Aaron & Killian Gubbins. Eoghan Allard, Mark Halpin, Sean Harte, Harry Keane, Tomas O'Halloran, Evan O'Sullivan, Lewis Wragg, Rian Corey, Shane Griffin, Aodain Hanrahan, Scott Kelly, Michael Madigan, Kevin Shivers and Enda Meaney (Captain.) The Mentors were Declan Kelly, Thomas Monaghan & Kieran Griffin.

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 4-11 Liscannor 3-5, In a high scoring game at Lissycasey on Saturday the home side kept up their push for a place in the semi-final of the Cusack cup when they accounted for Liscannor who remain pointless after five rounds.The visitors were first to score through Niall Considine but Lissycasey hit back with an equalising point from Daniel Clohessy before Conor Finnucane had their opening goal. An Alan Clohessy point tied up the game for the second time before Liscannor punished some slack defending and Ronan Slattery found the net at the end of the first quarter. Three goals between the nineteenth and twenty first minutes turned this game in Lissycasey’s favour. Some fine combination play created the opportunities and Conor Finnucane, Francis Hayes and Daniel Clohessy applied the finish to sent the home side to the break leading on a score of 4-2 to 1-3.Lissycasey dominated the third quarter and hit seven unanswered points, four coming from the boot of full forward Niall Kelly in a three minute spell.Liscannor kept their hopes alive when substitute Ciaran Considine finished a Brian Considine delivery to the net. Their third goal came three minutes from time when Alan Clohessy converted from the penalty spot.As a result of this victory, Lissycasey are now back in second spot on the league table. They play St. Josephs in the penultimate round on this Thursday evening at Lissycasey. Best for Lissycasey on Saturday were Martin O’Connor, Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Alan Nagle and Niall Kelly. Lissycasey. Joe Hayes; Martin O’Connor, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Alan Nagle; Enda Finnucane (0-1) Sean Hayes; Oisin Talty (0-1) Danny Clohessy (1-2), Francis Hayes (1-0); David Considine, Niall Kelly (0-5) Conor Finnucane (2-1);Subs—Paul Nagle for Considine; Cathal Hill (0-1) for A. Nagle; Oisin Hanrahan for Talty.
 

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey 1.10 Cooraclare 0.13. Lissycasey: Cillian Normoyle, Mickey Nagle, Martin Moran, Oisin Hanrahan, Alan Nagle, Cyril Sheehan, Derek McMahon, Enda Finnucane, Matt O'Shea, Oisin Talty, Daniel Clohessy, Sean Hayes, David Considine, Paul Nagle, Connor Finucane, Subs: Barry Lynch for Mickey Nagle (injured)

Results from this weekend: Cusack Cup: Kilmurry Ib  0.11 Lissycasey 0.10. Junior Div 4 League: Ennistymon  2.05 Lissycasey 0.09 . Under 12 Michael Greene League: Sh. Gaels /Kilmihil 10.06 to Lissycasey 1.09

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 1-7 Ennistymon 0-8. Lissycasey extended their unbeaten run in this season’s Cusack cup when they defeated Ennistymon by two points at Lissycasey on Saturday evening. A strong wind blew directly down the pitch towards the dressing room end and players also had to contend with a heavy drizzle throughout. Ennistymon had first use of the wind and they raced into a 0-5 to 0-0 lead before Barry Lynch, making his Cusack cup debut, opened the home side’s account against the side trained by his father Colin. The crucial score came shortly before Michael Talty sounded the half time whistle. Francis Hayes found fellow county senior panellist Niall Kelly down the left wing and his pass put David Considine through for the game’s only goal. The visitors finished the half with a brace of points to lead 0-7 to 1-1 at the break. Ennistymon scored first in the second half when Joey Rouine converted a free but from here on Lissycasey had the better of matters. Martin O’Connor, who had earlier helped Kilmaley to a good victory in the Clare Champion cup replaced the injured Alan Nagle before points from Sean Hayes and David Considine left two points between the sides. Midway through the second half goalkeeper Joe Hayes landed a 45 to leave the minimum between the sides. At this time Lissycasey brought in Conor Finnucane to the attack. He had earlier played for the Clare minors against Kerry in the Munster championship before, together with Clare minor goalkeeper Killian Normoyle, dashing back from Tralee to take their places on the Lissycasey bench. Shortly after his introduction Finnucane took a pass from David Considine and landed the equaliser and he followed with two more excellent scores to seal a merited win for the home side. Man of the match in this contest was Lissycasey centre back Cathal Doohan and he got great support from Joe Hayes, Cyril Sheehan and the Moran brothers. Lissycasey play Kilmurry-Ibrickane in round 4 on this Friday evening in Quilty. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes (0-1); Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Dermot Nagle’ Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Alan Nagle; Sean Hayes (0-1) Enda Finnucane; Oisin Talty, Daniel Clohessy, Francis Hayes; David Considine (1-1) Niall Kelly, Barry Lynch (0-1); Subs—Martin O’Connor for A. Nagle (inj) Conor Finnucane (0-3) for Lynch; Seamus Collins for D. Nagle (inj);

Division 4 walkover:  Lissycasey's junior team received a walkover from O'Callaghan's Mills in the division 4 league on Sunday.

U16 Div 2 Semi-Final: Coolmeen/Kildysart 2.08 Lissycasey 1.10. Lissycasey lost the u16 Semi-Final of the U16 Div 2 championship to Coolmeen/Kildysart in a very tight, even and excellent game of football played at Kilmihil on Thursday evening. Both teams took the lead on a few occasions and were unlucky not to at least get a draw from this tie. Lissycasey Daire Meaney, Greg Allard, Roy Griffin, Conor O'Leary, Paul Culligan, Daire Hanrahan, David Cleary, Niall McCarthy, Cathal Fitzgerald, Gary Stephens, Paraic McNamara, Eric Griffin, Aaron Slattery, Killian Gregan, Ronan Grace. Subs: Aaron Griffin, Bryan McSweeney, Gary Lordon.

U12 Lissycasey 4.04 Kilmurry Ibrickane 2.08. Lissycasey were level with Kilmurry Ibrickane at the half time stage on a score of Lissycasey 2.01 to Kilmurry Ibrickane's 0.07 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Tómas O'Halloran 2.00 and Enda Meaney 0.01. Lissycasey dominated the second half and added two more goals, one from Tómas O'Halloran and one from Enda Meaney and 4 points from Tómas O'Halloran ) 0.01 Enda Meaney ).02 and Michael Madigan 0.01. Goalie Rian Corey was excellent between the posts pulling off some great saves.  Lissycasey Rian Corey, Shane Griffin, Killian Gubbins, Aodan Hanrahan, Gary Heslin, Tómas O'Halloran, Eoin Allard, Caolan Crowe, Aaron Gubbins, Mark Halpin, Sean Harte, Scott Kelly, Michael Madigan, Enda Meaney, Evan O'Sullivan.

April 2013:

O'Gorman Cup Result: Lissycasey 2.09 Kilkee 3.06 (Draw) Half time score was Lissycasey 1.04 Kilkee 1.04. Lissycasey's Goal in this half came from Danny Clohessy and the points from Sean Hayes, Derek McMahon, Enda Finucane and David Considine. Lissycasey's 2nd half scores: Martin Moran 1.00 Penalty, David Considine 0.03 Barry Lynch 0.01 and Gerry Moran 0.01.  Lissycasey: Paudie Carmody, Brendan O'Connor, Gerry Moran, Seamus Collins, Cyril Sheehan, Martin Moran, Alan Nagle, Enda Finucane, Sean Hayes, Oisin Clohessy, Daniel Clohessy, Mickey Nagle, Derek McMahon, David Considine, Barry Lynch. Subs: Paul Nagle for Brendan O'Connor (Injured)

U16 Quarter Final.  U16 Div 2 Quarter Final : Lissycasey 1.11 Eire Og 1.05. Lissycasey have qualified for the U16 Div 2 Semi-Final after defeating Eire Og in the Quarter final this evening at Coolmeen. Half time score was Lissycasey 1.09 Eire Og 0.02 with Lissycasey scores coming from Gary Stephens 0.06 Aaron Slattery 1.00 Niall McCarthy, 0.01 Conor O'Leary 0.01 and Eric Griffin 0.01. The Lissycasey points in the second half came from Gary Stephens 0.01 and Cathal Fitzgerald 0.01 while Eire Og's goal came from a penalty from Conor O'Halloran and points from Lee Flynn, David McNamara and Conor O'Halloran. Lissycasey Panel this evening were: Daire Meaney, Greg Allard, Roy Griffin, Ronan Grace, Paul Culligan, Daire Hanrahan, David Cleary, Niall McCarthy, Cathal Fitzgerald, Gary Stephens, Eric Griffin, Aaron Slattery, Killian Gregan, Conor O'Leary, Bryan McSweeney, Gary Lordon, Stephen Meaney. Lissycasey will now take on Coolmeen/Kildysart in the Semi-Final on Monday May 6th.

Munster Minor Football Championship: Three members of Lissycasey GAA club played for Clare in the Munster minor football championship first round at Cusack Park on Saturday evening while another two were part of the panel. Unfortunately, defeat was Clare's loss on the evening, going down 0-8 to 1-10 to Tipperary. Clare have another chance to progress in the championship when they entertain Limerick at the same venue next Saturday. Defeat here will make the end of their involvement for this season. Killian Normoyle lined out between the posts and justified his selection with two outstanding saves. the first came in the opening minute while he was called on again in the first minute of the second half. Levi Howard played at corner back while Oisin Hanrahan was called into the action five minutes into the second half. Conor Finnucane and Brian Cahill were part of the match day panel. All five were key members when Lissycasey won the under 16 A championship in 2012

Under 12 Group 2 Michael Greene League: Lissycasey U12 game V Doonbeg played this Friday evening at Lissycasey. Lissycasey 1.09 Doonbeg 0.02. Great display from this young team. Rian Corey, Aaron Gubbin, Gary Heslin, Eoin Allard, Lewis Wragg, Enda Meaney, Tomas O'Halloran, Michael Madigan, Caolan Crowe, Sean Harte, Killian Gubbin, Evan O'Sullivan, Kevin Shivers, Shane Griffin, Scott Kelly, Joshua Lyons, Billy Delap, Aodain Hanrahan,. Scorers were Sean Harte 1.00, Michael Madigan 0.03, Enda Meaney 0.01, Scott Kelly 0.01, Shane Griffin 0.01, and Tomas O'Halloran 0.03. The Official Referee failed to show so many thanks to Bryan McSweeney who took charge and did a great job.

Cusack Cup Round 2:  Lissycasey 1-10 Eire Og 3-4: Lissycasey followers will wonder for a while to come where referee Jim Hickey found five minutes of 'injury time' in this Cusack cup round two game at Eire Og on Saturday. With the last kick of the game, Eire Og's Shane Daniels kicked the equaliser and earn his side's first league point of this campaign. Lissycasey started well and had early points from David Considine and Oisin Talty before the townies opened their account through Stephen Hickey. Francis Hayes restored Lissycasey’s two point advantage with an excellent score before Eire Og had their first goal through Eoin Glynn after goalkeeper Killian Normoyle, deputising for the injured Joe Hayes, appeared to have the ball pulled from his grasp. David Considine (free) pointed for Lissycasey before Eoin Glynn converted an Eire Og penalty in the second minute of injury to send the town side to the break leading on a 2-2 to 0-4 scoreline.The home side got a dream start to the second half when poor defence from Lissycasey led to another Eire Og goal with Darren O’Neill getting the final touch.Lissycasey dominated from here to the finish and by the three quarter stage had the margin back to the minimum. Points from Francis Hayes (’45), Niall Kelly (free) and Oisin Talty were followed by a Conor Finnucane goal when he finished an excellent move. Ten minutes from time Danny Clohessy levelled but Eire Og were back in front a minute later through an Eoin Glynn free. Niall Kelly converted a free with five minutes remaining to tie up the game again. Lissycasey were dictating the play at this stage and were unlucky not to be a few points in front. Eire Og were then reduced to fourteen men when Dean Ryan picked up a straight red card and the points looked to be heading Lissycasey’s way when Sean Hayes broke through to put them ahead in the second minute of ‘injury time’. Three minutes later Shane Daniels, with the last kick of the game, levelled the tie just after Lissycasey’s Enda Finnucane had picked up a second yellow. Lissycasey;--Killian Normoyle; Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Alan Nagle, Cyril Sheehan, Dermot Nagle; Enda Finnucane, Sean Hayes (0-1); Danny Clohessy (0-1), Francis Hayes (0-2), Oisin Talty (0-2); David Considine (0-2), Niall Kelly (0-2), Conor Finnucane (1-0) Subs—Cathal Doohan for D. Nagle (injured); Seamus Collins for A. Nagle

Junior Div 4 League: Lissycasey 3-2 Ballyvaughan 1-5: Lissycasey had their first outing in the division 4 league when they made the long journey to Ballyvaughan on Sunday and recorded a three point win over the home side. A strong wind made conditions difficult for the teams and the visitors had the aid of the elements in the opening half.
Two goals from Eoghan O'Leary and one from Killian McNamara gave the visitors the upper-hand and they led at the break after amassing their total score in the opening period, the points coming from O'Leary and Oisin Talty. solid defence in the second half ensured that they held the advantage to the end. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle; Seamus Collins, Michael Nagle, Kevin Moran; Cyril Sheehan, Derek McMahon, Dan Meaney; Brendan O'Connor, Noel Finnucane; Oisin Talty, Danny Lynch, Killian McNamara; Eoghan O'Leary, Paudie Carmody, David McMahon: Sub: Kieran Clancy.

March 2013.

Summer Camp 2013: Lissycasey GAA Sumner Camp 2013 will run from July 9th to July 12th from 10a.m. to 2p.m. daily. Cost €30 for 1 child: €50 for 2 children & €75 for 3 children. A great weeks coaching and fun for all the children. More info from David McMahon, Declan Kelly or Eamon Finucane by by phoning the club Secretary at 0862659561

U12 Michael Greene League: Lissycasey played their first U12 game of the season this evening when they took on Kilrush in Kilrush. The team was managed by Declan Kelly, assisted by Tom Monaghan and Kieran Griffin. This young team played very well with the final score being Kilrush 3.04 Lissycasey 3.01. The Panel included: Eoghan Allard, Rian Corey, Billy Delap, Shane Griffin, Aaron Gubbin, Cillian Gubbin, Aodain Hanrahan, Sean Harte, Gary Heslin, Scott Kelly, Michael Madigan, Enda Meaney, Tomas O'Halloran, Kevin Shivers, Lewis Wragg & Adam O'Shea.

U16 Championship: Lissycasey 7.12 Cratloe 1.04. Lissycasey have now qualified for the quarter finals of Under 16 Div 2 championship.

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey 2.04 Kilmurry Ib 0.10 (Draw) Half time score was Lissycasey 1.03 Kilmurry Ib 0.04 with the Lissycasey scores coming from David Considine 1.02 & Conor Finucane 0.01.Second half goal came from Martin Moran (Penalty) and David Considine 0.01. Lissycasey Killian Normoyle, Martin Moran, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor, Alan Nagle, Cyril Sheehan, Dermot Nagle, Sean Hayes, Enda Finucane. Conor Finucane, Matt Kilroy, Oisin Talty, David Considine, Danny Clohessy, Oisin Hanrahan, Sub: Seamus Collins for Alan Nagle.

U16 Championship: Lissycasey defeated Clarecastle in Round 4 of the under 16 Div 2 Championship on Saturday. The final score was Lissycasey 5.15 Clarecastle 1.01. Lissycasey will play Cratloe on Good Friday at Lissycasey. This is a re-fixture as the game was cancelled two weeks ago due to the weather conditions.

Anyone for golf: After a lapse of a few years, the Lissycasey GAA golf classic has been revived. This year’s event will take place at Kilrush on Saturday May 18 with a limited number of times available on the afternoon of Friday May 17th. The event is for teams of four. The fee is €100 and this will include at snack bag for each team member and a barbeque at the 9th tee.There will be valuable prizes on offer and the presentation of these prizes will take place at Fanny O’Dea's on Saturday night at 9.30p.m.A timesheet is in operation and to book a tee time just contact Declan Kelly at 0868540652 or Robert McMahon at 0863347768.If you would like to support the event but are not in a position to play in the event, the organising committee would be delighted if you would consider sponsoring a tee or green. The names of all sponsors will be prominently displayed on the day.

Scor na bPaisti: Lissycasey GAA club was well represented at Scor na bPaisti which was held on Sunday in Quin Hall. Lissycasey won three County Titles in Ballad Group (Michelle & Yvonne Collins, Tara O'Malley, Alanna Hanrahan and Eimhear Stephens) Novelty Act (Aodain & Alanna Hanrahan, Caolan Crowe, Michelle & Yvonne Collins, Tara O'Malley, Eimhear Stephens & Shane Griffin) Set Dancing (Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Shane Griffin, Evan O'Sullivan, Lisa Hill, Michelle Carrig & Asling Hehir) Lissycasey were also represented in Music (Ashling Hehir, Tara O'Malley & Davan Livingstone) and Solo Singing (Leanne Conway)

Cusack Cup: Lissycasey 1-7 Miltown St. Josephs 0-8 Lissycasey got the 2013 Cusack cup campaign off to a winning start on Sunday with a home win over Miltown. These teams have me on a number of occasions in recent times and battled it out at the end of last season to determine who would lose their senior status. After a replay, Lissycasey won that game sending Miltown down to intermediate football for the first time in the club's history. Not surprisingly, Miltown came to Lissycasey on Sunday with a full squad, determined to get some measure of revenge that last October's
result and for a long time it looked like they would go home with the points. Physically stronger, they enjoyed the upper-hand in the first half and Lissycasey were fortunate only to be two points behind when Jim Hickey sounded the half time whistle.The foundation for this Lissycasey victory was laid in defence. Here the locals put in some tremendous tackles in the second half in particular to deny the visitors on more than one occasion.Miltown led 0-5 to 0-3 at the interval and they held this two point advantage for much of the third quarter. An excellent Lissycasey move which began in defence, ended with David Considine kicking the game's only goal and while Miltown fought back to level through the impressive Conor Cleary, Clare goalkeeper Joe Hayes landed a '45 to give his team a lead they would hold to the finish. Conor Finnucane sealed victory with a point in injury time.Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes (0-1); Martin O'Connor, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Oisin Hanrahan, Cyril Sheehan, Dermot Nagle; Enda Finnucane, Danny Clohessy (0-2); Sean Hayes (0-1), Francis Hayes, Oisin Talty; David Considine (1-1), Niall Kelly (0-1), Conor Finnucane (0-1);
Subs—Alan Nagle for Hanrahan; Matt Kilroy for Considine

U16: Lissycasey 5.09 Banner 0.03. Lissycasey held the Banner scoreless at the break 2.06 to no score with the Lissycasey scores coming from Cathal Fitzgerald 1.00. Paraic McNamara 1.00 Gary Stephens 0.02, Niall McCarthy 0.01,Eric Griffin 0.01 David Cleary 0.01 and Bryan McSweeney 0.01.The second half scorers were Gary Stephens 2.00 Paraic McNamara 1.01 and Niall McCarthy 0.02. Lissycasey: Daire Meaney. Aaron Griffin. Roy Griffin, Ronan Grace, Paul Culligan, Daire Hanrahan, Greg Allard, Niall McCarthy, David Cleary, Cathal Fitzgerald, Paraic McNamara, Eric Griffin, Cillian Greegan, Gary Stephens. Bryan McSweeney, Subs: Conor O'Leary for Greg Allard (Injured) Adrian Meaney for Cillian Greegan. Referee: Gerry Keane.

O'Gorman Cup: St. Josephs 1-9 Lissycasey 0-11: A new look Lissycasey senior team went under by a point to St. Josephs in the opening round of the O'Gorman cup at Gurteen, on Wednesday. After playing with the aid of the breeze in the opening half, Lissycasey led by seven points, 0-10 to 0-3 at the interval. Conor Finnucane, one of four players making their senior debuts, kicked five of those points with Matt Kilroy and Paul Nagle landing two each and David Considine kicking the remaining point.Considine converted a free early in the second half but from then on the physically stronger home side took a grip on the game. A dubious penalty inside the last quarter was converted by Johnnie O'Brien for the home side and this proved to be the vital score.It was a busy day for Seamus Collins who, earlier in the afternoon, lined out for West Clare Colleges in the Frewan cup quarter final which they lost to Killorglin
The decision of the Clare senior football management to refuse Francis Hayes permission to play was a big disappointment to the club. Francis is a member of the Clare senior panel but has yet to make his league debut and according to the rules of the competition he is eligible to play until such time as he plays league football.
Lissycasey;--Killian Normoyle; Seamus Collins, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Dermot Nagle, Cyril Sheehan, Brendan O'Connor; Sean Hayes, Danny Clohessy; Conor Finnucane (0-5), David Considine (0-2) Oisin Talty; Matt Kilroy (0-2) Paul Nagle (0-2) Eoghan O'Leary;Subs--David Talty for O'Leary; Martin O'Connor for B. O'Connor; Sean Hill for Clohessy; Derek McMahon for O. Talty;

Lotto: Lissycasey GAA Lotto Draw will now take place on Monday nights at 9.30 at Fanny O'Dea's. Tickets are available for the usual outlets. Please note that after mass on Saturday evening and Sunday mornings you can play Lissycasey GAA Lotto in the former Hayes's shop. From March, April & May the "Lucky Dip" winners will receive County Board tickets worth 60 Euro.

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey Seniors will play Rd 1 of the O'Gorman Cup on this Wednesday evening at 7p.m. in Gurteen V Doorabarefield. Your support would be welcome.

U16 Football: Lissycasey 3.10 Doonbeg/Kilkee 2.06. Lissycasey led 2.08 to 0.04 at half time in this 2nd round game played at Frure on  Sunday March 3rd. Round 3 takes place on next Saturday v Cratloe at home.

Gearoid O'Sullivan Memorial Quiz: Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural Gearoid O'Sullivan Memorial Cup at the Lissycasey GAA Table Quiz held on Saturday March 2nd in Fanny O'Dea's. "Na Muinteoiri" comprised of Conor Lynch, Dermot O'Gorman, Liam Woulfe and Noel Considine who accepted the cup on behalf of the team from Chairman Eamon Finnucane. In 2nd place was Declan Conway, Frankie Meaney, Tom Hill and John J. McMahon. Many thanks to all the teams who took part and to our sponsors of the Raffle prizes. Quiz Master was Jim Enright of Cratloe. This Quiz will now become an Annual event in the Calendar of Lissycasey GAA Club.

February 2013.

U16 Football: Lissycasey were defeated by Kilrush in Round 1 of the U16 Div 2 Champ on Saturday Feb 24th at Kilrush.  Rd 2 sees Lissycasey play Kilkee/Doonbeg at home. Rd 3 Lissycasey v Cratloe at home, Rd 4 Lissycasey V Banner away. Rd 5 Lissycasey V Clarecastle at home.

Training: Training has commenced for the Senior and the under 16 teams. The Under 16 championship will commence in February. Lissycasey will compete in Division 2 with Kildysart/Coolmeen, Eire Og. Clooney/Quin. Kilrush, Corofin, Clarecastle, Cratloe, Shannon Gaels/Kilmihil, Cratloe, Banner, Kilfenora/Liscannor/Ml Cusack's, and Kilmurry Ib.

January 2013:

Scor na nOg. Lissycasey competitors performed well at the Munster Finals of Scor na nOg held in Mallow on Sunday Jan 27th however no Titles came to the Club this year. The Ballad Group, Novelty Act and Set Dancers did Lissycasey club proud. Maith Sibh a Chairde.

Presentations: Lissycasey GAA club held its U16 Championship & Garry Cup Medal presentations at Fanny O'Dea's on Friday Jan 11th. All members of the victorious teams were presented with their 2012 medals by Mick O'Dwyer. Presentations were also made to the Management both teams.

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey have qualified for the Munster Scor na nOg Finals in 3 competitions, at the Semi-Finals, held on Sunday Jan 6th in Cappamore. The following groups will take part in the Munster Final in Mallow on Sunday Jan 27th at 2p.m. Ballad Group: Ava O'Malley, Aine McSweeney, Miriam Daly, Orla McSweeney & Aine Kelly.Novelty Act: Ava O'Malley, Gillian Griffin, Orla McSweeney, Miriam Daly, Kieran Moroney, Bryan McSweeney & Aine McSweeney. Set dancing. Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Shane Griffin, Evan O'Sullivan, Lisa Hill, Michelle Carrig, Siobhan Kelly & Bernadette Kelly. Well done to all.

Annual General Meeting: The Annual General Meeting of Lissycasey GAA took place on Friday January 4th at the GAA Meeting room. The following officers were elected for 2013. President: Fr P.J. Melican, Vice President. Senan Culligan Snr. Patron: Fr Joe Hourigan. Chairman: Eamon Finucane. Vice Chairman: Tony McMahon, Secretary: Anne Hayes. Treasurer: Geraldine Hill, Asst Treasurer: Declan Kelly, P.R.O. Seamus Hayes. Cultural / Scor Officer: Anne Hayes, Child Liaison Officer : Ann Hanrahan. ASAP Officer: Denis O'Herlihy. Field: Jamesie Meere. Senior Management: Barry Donnelly, Minor: Michael Collins. U16:Thomas Considine. U12 Declan Kelly. U10 Paddy Griffin: U8 Pat Keane. U6 Tom Clohessy.

December 2012:

4 Scor na nOg Titles & Club of the Year for Lissycasey.  Ballad Group: Ava O'Malley, Aine McSweeney, Miriam Daly, Orla McSweeney & Aine Kelly. Recitation: Kieran Moroney, Novelty Act: Ava O'Malley, Gillian Griffin, Orla McSweeney, Miriam Daly, Kieran Moroney, Bryan McSweeney & Aine McSweeney. Set dancing. Caolan Crowe, Aodain Hanrahan, Shane Griffin, Evan O'Sullivan, Lisa Hill, Michelle Carrig, Siobhan Kelly & Ashling Hehir. Lissycasey also won Club of the Year.

November 2012

Minor Div 2 Replay: Minors lose out in final replay: Kilfenora-Liscannor-Ml Cusack's 1-8 Lissycasey 0-5
The 2012 playing season ended on a disappointing note for Lissycasey as their minor footballers suffered a six point defeat in the County division 2 championship final replay at Shanahan McNamara Park in Doonbeg on Saturday. Lissycasey never managed to produce the form they had shown in the drawn tie and struggled in a number of areas. The North Clare amalgamation showed the greater hunger for victory and were sharper when it came to winning 'the breaking ball". Lissycasey will also be disappointed with the fact that they failed to capitalise on a number of excellent scoring chances, both from play and from frees. The winners had the opening score but Lissycasey responded with three unanswered points. They should have stretched their lead to five or six points during this period of dominance but missed chances proved costly. The winners finished the half strongly to lead at the break, 0-4 to 0-3.The amalgamation had the first score of the second half but Lissycasey fought back to level at 0-5 each by the three quarter stage.During this period they missed some good scoring opportunities also, The crucial score came seven minutes from time when the winners hit the only goal of the game.Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan and Brian Cahill were best for Lissycasey who lost Niall Meere to injury in the pre match warm-up. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle (0-1); Seamus Collins, Padraic Neylon, Levi Howard; Conor Talty, Oisin Hanrahan, Mikey Nagle; Brian Cahill, Darragh McMahon; Colm O'Rourke (capt), David Talty (0-1), Barry Lynch; Eoghan O'Leary (0-1) Niall McCarthy (0-1) Conor Finnucane (0-1);Subs---Darragh Gregan for O'Rourke; Ciaran Doohan for McCarthy; Dylan Cahill for Finnucane
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October 2012

U21"A" championship: Ennistymon 2-7 Lissycasey 1-9. Lissycasey's dream of capturing the under 21 A football title in 2012 died at Corofin on Bank holiday Monday when they went out of the title race to Ennistymon. In 2009 Lissycasey defeated Ennistymon by the minimum margin in the minor A football championship final. Three years on these side clashed in the under 21 A football championship quarter final when the minimum margin again separated them at the final whistle but this time Ennistymon were in front.The latest meeting produced some fine football and at the end of an exciting hour's play the North Clare side had booked a place in the semi-final and a meeting with Corofin.Points were exchanged twice in the opening quarter with Cathal McConigley and Barry Keating on the scoreboard for the winners while Danny Clohessy and Sean Hayes replied for Lissycasey.The winners struck a vital blow at the mid point of the half when Keating kicked the game's first goal and the winners added points from Ciaran Devitt, Cathal Malone and Cathal McConigley to open as six point gap. An Enda Finnucane pointed free for Lissycasey left his side trailing by five at half time, 0-3 to 1-5.Lissycasey stepped up as gear on the resumption and early points from Matt O'Shea and Sean Hayes cut the deficit to three. However, they were punished severely seven minutes into the half when they lost possession in midfield and Ennistymon pounced for a Brian Houlihan goal.To their credit Lissycasey came storming back with minors Barry Lynch and David Talty to the fore. Points from Michael O'Neill and Finnucane were followed by a Matt O'Shea goal at the turn of the final quarter leaving just the minimum between the sides.Play swung from end to end in the final quarter during which each side pointed twice but Lissycasey just could not get through the an equaliser. Lissycasey whose best players were Martin O'Connor, Eoin Enright, Enda Finnucane, Matt O'Shea, Barry Lynch and David Talty.Lissycasey;--Kevin Moran; Ronan McCarthy, Martin O'Connor, Cyril Sheehan; Eoin Enright, Kevin Hanrahan Tom Collins; Matt O'Shea (1-1) Enda Finnucane (0-3); Michael O'Neill (0-1) Sean Hayes (0-2) Eoin Fitzgerald; Killian McNamara, Danny Clohessy (0-1) John Cabey; Subs: Barry Lynch for Fitzgerald; David Talty (0-1 for McNamara

Minor Final:  Minor B football title still up for grabs: Lissycasey 2-7 Ml. Cusack's-Liscannor-Kilfenora 2-7
In a game in which the sides were level on five occasions and in which the lead changed hands on a couple of occasions, a draw was probably the fairest result when Lissycasey and the North Clare amalgamation of Ml. Cusack's-Liscannor and Kilfenora clashed in the final of the minor B football championship at Hennessy Park in Miltown on Saturday.With the sides level at 0-1 each, Lissycasey struck the first major blow when, in the eleventh minute, team captain Colm O'Rourke found the net after David Talty's delivery caused problems for the amalgamation's defence.That goal separated the sides as the half time whistle approached but then the combination outfit struck for a goal to tie up the game at 1-3 each which was the position at the interval.Both sides made changes for the second half with Lissycasey bringing in Niall Meere to their attack in place of Daire Gregan .Lissycasey made a lively start and hit two early points by midfielder David Talty. Twenty scoreless minutes followed in which both sides had chances. The introduction of Brian Cahill boosted Lissycasey's performance and they put an impressive move together which ended with a powerful David Talty goal six minutes from the end of normal time.Four points in front at this stage, Lissycasey looked set for victory but back came the North Clare boys and when Lissycasey spilled possession at midfield, they launched a counter attack which ended with a goal. They quickly kicked the equaliser from a free and with a minute of the regulation sixty to go, they hit the front.Six minutes of 'injury time' were signalled, there had been a stoppage for an injury early in the final quarter, and in the second of these Conor Finnucane kicked the equaliser from an acute angle.When Lissycasey were awarded a free on the 45m line they called on goalkeeper Killian Normoyle and he made no mistake when converting. Again, it looked like the title was on the way to Lissycasey but it wasn't to be and the amalgamation kicked the leveller again, in the eighth minute of added time, to set up a replay which will take place on Sunday week, November 4th. Lissycasey, Killian Normoyle; Seamus Collins, Padraic Neylon, Levi Howard; Conor Talty, Oisin Hanrahan, Mickey Nagle; David Talty, Darragh McMahon; Conor Finnucane, Darragh Gregan, Colm O'Rourke; Eoghan O'Leary, Barry Lynch, Niall McCarthy. Subs: Niall Meere for Gregan; Brian Cahill for O'Rourke; Ciarán Doohan for O'Leary;


U21: Lissycasey 2-7 Miltown St. Josephs 1-9. For the third week in succession, Lissycasey and Miltown were iin opposition at Cooraclare. After two contests in a senior championship relegation play off, Lissycasey continued their winning form against Miltown when they emerged with a one point win in Saturday's under 21 A championship first round. Playing with the aid of the wind in the first half, Miltown made the better start and were 0-4 to 0-1 in front at the end of the first quarter, Lissycasey's score coming from an Enda Finnucane free.Finnucane and Matt O'Shea had points for the winners to cut the margin to the minimum before Miltown went 0-6 to 0-3 in front with the half time whistle approaching.With the game in injury time at the end of the opening half, Lissycasey full forward Danny Clohessy, who was causing a lot of problems for Miltown, broke through for the opening goal which left the sides level at the halfway stage.Points were swapped early in the second half before a delivery from Michael O'Neill caused all sorts of problems in the Miltown defence and Clohessy got the vital touch to put Lissycasey a goal clear. Michael O'Neill added a point before the end of the third quarter when the score stood at 2-5 to 0-8 in Lissycasey's favour. Sean Hayes and Enda Finnucane added points and Lissycasey led by five as the full time whistle approached.Miltown piled on the pressure in search of a leveller and they pointed in injury time. In the fourth minute of added time a strong Miltown attack ended with a Miltown goal . The final whistle sounded after the kick out and Lissycasey had held on for victory and a place in the quarter finals where they play Ennistymon on Monday next Oct 29th in Corofin. Lissycasey: Kevin Moran; Ronan McCarthy, Martin O'Connor, Cyril Sheehan; Eoin Enright, Kevin Hanrahan, Tom Collins; Matt O'Shea (0-1) Enda Finnucane (0-3); Michael O'Neill (0-1) Sean Hayes (0-1) John Cabey; Killian McNamara, Danny Clohessy (2-1) Alan Pyne; Sub. Eoin Fitzgerald for Pyne

Senior Relegation Game. Lissycasey 1.07 Miltown 0.08. Lissycasey scores in the 1st half came from Paul Nagle point from play in the 9th minute & David Considine free in the 23rd minute. Half time score Miltown 0.04 Lissycasey 0.02. 2nd Half scores from Lissycasey: Goal from Matt O'Shea. Points from Dermot Nagle, Matt Kilroy and three points from Colin Lynch Full Time Score Lissycasey 1.07 Miltown 0.08.Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Martin O'Connor, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran, Dermot Nagle, Michael Melican, Cathal Hill, Matt O'Shea, Enda Finucane, Matt O'Shea, Paul Nagle, Francis Hayes, Derek McMahon, David Considine, Niall Kelly, Matt Kilroy, Subs: Alan Nagle for David Considine, Colin Lynch for Derek McMahon, Oisin Talty for Paul Nagle, Sean Hayes for Dermot Nagle.

Tom Conway Memorial Cup: Coolmeen/Kildysart defeated Killimer/Shannon Gaels by three points in the final of the Tom Conway Memorial U15 cup which was played Saturday October 13th at Frure.

Friends of Lissycasey GAA:  The GAA club, this week, launched the Friends of Lissycasey GAA fundraising project. At the launch, club chairman Eamonn Finnucane outlined the developments that have taken place at both pitches in recent years including this year's work in refurbishing the dressing rooms at the main pitch. He appealed to all parishioners, at home and abroad, to support the project, details of which can be had from any committee member.

Minor Div 2 Semi-Final. Lissycasey 4.08 St Breckan's 0.09. An excellent performance by Lissycasey Minor team saw them through to the Minor Div 2 Championship Final after they defeated St Breckans in Cooraclare on Sunday Oct 6th. Lissycasey had a commanding lead of 2.02 to 0.04 at half time with scores points from Eoghan O'Leary and David Talty and two converted penalties from Conor Finucane. Second half scores came from Killian Normoyle 0.01,Barry Lynch 0.01. Niall McCarthy 0.01, David Talty 0.01 Eoghan O'Leary, Darragh Greghan 1.01. Lissycasey will now play Kilfenora/Ml Cusack's/Liscannor in the final. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Conor Talty, Padraic Neylon, Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Eoghan O'Leary, David Talty, Darragh McMahon, Conor Finucane, Colm O'Rourke (Capt) Mickey Nagle, Barry Lynch, Niall McCarthy, Niall Meere, Subs: Darragh Greghan,  Luke Murphy, Peter Lawlor. Mentors:  Oisin Talty, Terence O'Shea & Pakie Keane.

Senior Relegation: Lissycasey 0-11 Miltown 0-11.Lissycasey's dream of playing in the senior championship in 2013is still alive after this draw with Miltown in a relegation play off at a sun splashed Cooraclare on Saturday. Things didn't look good in the early stage as a nervous Lissycasey struggled to get a grip on the game. Miltown made the better start eand should have had a goal inside the first five minutes when they were awarded a penalty but Lissycasey's Joe Hayes made amends for conceding the free when he pulled off a great save from Eoin Curtin.Miltown had the best of the first quarter at the end of which they had opened a two point lead. They stretched this to three but Lissycasey finished the half strongly. However, poor finishing cost them dearly and they went to the break two points adrift, 0-5 to 0-7. Lissycasey were much better in the second half and by the end of the third quarter they had taken a one point advantage. they failed to build on this and three times in the next ten minutes the sides were level. Lissycasey went in front again a minute from time but, in the third minute of injury time, inter county player Gordon Kelly levelled for Miltown. Scorers: Lissycasey, David Considine (0-5), Derek McMahon (0-3) Matt Kilroy (0-2) Danny Clohessy (0-1) Lissycasey Joe Hayes; Dermot Nagle, Matt O'Shea, Gerry Moran ,Martin Moran, Michael Melican, Alan Nagle; Francis Hayes,Danny Clohessy; Cathal Hill, Derek McMahon, Enda Finnucane; David Considine, Niall Kelly, Matt Kilroy :Subs,Oisin Talty for A. Nagle; Danny Lynch for Clohessy; Paul Nagle for McMahon; Sean Hayes for Considine

Sept 2012.

Minor Football: Minor Semi-Final called off due to Quilty field deemed unplayable by the referee. Game to be re-fixed.

Meeting:  Lissycasey GAA club are holding an important meeting, to plan for the future of the club, in Lissycasey hall on next Friday Oct 5th at 9.15p.m. We invite the parents of U6,8,10,12,14,16 and Minor to attend.

Junior Football: Clarecastle 3-11 Lissycasey 1-4 Lissycasey's hopes of progressing to the semi-finals of the junior A championship were well and truly killed off at Eire Og on Saturday when they were comprehensively beaten by Clarecastle. Lissycasey struggled from the outset and were fortunate to be only four points behind, 0-1 to 0-5, at the interval, Clarecastle had much the better of the first half but poor finishing cost them dearly.In the early stages of the second half, Lissycasey staged a bit of a recovery but they were outplayed in too many positions on the day
Lissycasey. Shane Normoyle; Paul Clancy, Brendan O'Connor, Kieran Donnelly; Kevin Hanrahan, (1-1) BarryKeating, Ronan McCarthy; Noel Finnucane, Noel Casey; Kieran Clancy, David McMahon, Colm O'Rourke; Killian McNamara (0-2) Martin Daly (0-1) David Clancy, Subs. Michael Nagle for O'Rourke; Eoin Enright for K. Clancy; Dylan Cahill for Keating; Eoghan O'Leary for Finnucane

Minor Football: Draw made tonight for Minor Div 2 Semi-Finals. Lissycasey V St Breckans, Kilmurry Ib V North Clare Group team. Both Semi-Finals on the 29/30th September.

Senior Relegation: St. Senan's, Kilkee 1-11 Lissycasey 0-9 Just five years after reaching the top of the football ladder in Clare when winning the senior championship title, Lissycasey are on the verge of losing their senior status. Indeed, Sunday's disappointing loss to St. Senan's Kilkee has sent Lissycasey into the intermediate grade, provided an amalgamation comes forward to compete in next season's championship.In the new format for the senior competition introduced in 2012, it was a condition of the competition that two teams be relegated to be replaced by the intermediate champions and by an amalgamation. Should more than one amalgamation seek to compete in the race for the premier title next year, they would be made play off to determine who would get the place available.At this time there is no indication that there will be a request for an amalgamation and a recent county board meeting decided that the relegation play offs would be completed to leave just one team. Lissycasey and Miltown at the two clubs battling it out to avoid the drop at this stage and its expected that they will play off in the coming weeks with the winner of that game keeping their fingers crossed that they will retain their senior status for 2013.Back to the game with Kilkee and the Lissycasey side can have few complaints. On the day they failed to match the hunger shown by Kilkee and were always chasing the game.The game's only goal was the crucial score and it came five minutes from the break. Kilkee midfielder Dara Kelly burst through to find the net from close range and help his side to a 1-6 to 0-6 half time lead. They almost had a second goal in the opening minute of the second half. Lissycasey fought back to within two points but Kilkee grew inconfidence as the game progresses and deserved their win on a day when Lissycasey failed to re-produce the form which saw them claim the Garry cup title a week earlier. Lissycasey. Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Matt O'Shea, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill, Michael Melican, Dermot Nagle; Danny Clohessy, Francis Hayes; Oisin Talty, Enda Finnucane, Martin Moran; David Considine, Niall Kelly, Matt Kilroy; Subs Sean Hayes for D. Nagle; Derek McMahon for Talty; Paul Nagle for Enda Finnucane.

Garry Cup Final: Lissycasey 2-9 Liscannor 1-5 Lissycasey bridged a seven year gap when winning the Garry cup, (Division 2, senior league) at sun splashed Cooraclare on Saturday evening. The club last won this title in 2005.Already assured of division 1 (Cusack cup) football next season, Lissycasey went into Saturday evening's game determined to get back to winning ways after their disappointing exit from the senior championship when they lost to Cratloe a week earlier. This win should serve as a timely boost for the team ahead of this Sunday's crucial relegation play off with St. Senan's Kilkee, On Saturday evening, Lissycasey started well and took a two point lead thanks to the accuracy of David Considine. As the mid point of the first half approached Liscannor struck for a goal through Clare captain AlanClohessy who accounted for all of his side's scores. Lissycasey continued to apply the better of the exchanges and went back in front on the half hour mark when Niall Kelly had their opening goal after he won possession from a Dermot Nagle delivery. It was 1-4 to 1-2 for the winners at half time.Points were exchanged early in the second half before goalkeeper Joe Hayes came up field to convert a 50m free and put his side three clear. Then, in the eleventh minute, they were awarded a penalty following an excellent move and Martin Moran duly converted to put six points between the sides.There was never really a doubt about the result after this on a day when Martin O'Connor, Cathal Hill, Francis Hayes and Niall Kelly were always prominent. After the game Clare GAA treasurer Bernard Keane paid tribute to both teams before calling on Joe Garry to present the cup that commemorates his later father Michael to Lissycasey captain Gerry Moran. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran (capt) Matt O'Shea, Martin O'Connor; Dermot Nagle, Michael Melican, Alan Nagle; Francis Hayes, Danny Clohessy; Oisin Talty, Enda Finnucane (0-1) Martin Moran (1-0); David Considine (0-4), 3 frees; Niall Kelly (1-2), 0-1 free, Matt Kilroy (0-1);Subs: Cathal Hill for Alan Nagle (inj) 4 minutes; Sean Hayes for Melican (45 minutes); Paul Nagle for Considine (47 minutes); Derrick McMahon for D. Nagle (52 minutes); Kevin Hanrahan for Talty (59 minutes)

Aug 2012.

U12 "B" West Clare. Lissycasey defeated Shannon Gaels in Rd 5 of the West Clare "B" played in Cooraclare on Sunday September 9th. Both teams were presented with their medals by Mike Crowe, West Clare Chairman.

U13 Garda Tournament: Lissycasey U13's won Division 3 of the Garda Tournament Final in Cusack Park on Friday evening defeating Clondegad 1.03 to 0.01. Lissycasey: Cian Meaney, Josh Allard, Ronan Cahill, Eoin Clancy, Adrian Meaney, Cathal Talty , Darragh Hickey, Aaron Griffin, Mark Cabey, Enda Meaney, Cathal Considine (Capt) Conor Clohessy, Conor Keane, Stephen Meaney, Eoin Grace, Sub: Pierce Griffin for Conor Keane.

Senior Championship: Lissycasey bow out of Clare Senior Football Championship Cratloe 0.13 Lissycasey 0.07

Junior Championship Rd 3: Lissycasey have received a walk over from Clooney Quin on tomorrow Sunday Aug26th.  Round 2:  Lissycasey 1.12 Doorabarefield 2.05.

U14 Championship. Lissycasey U14 team were defeated by Corofin in the U14 Div 2 replay tonight Mon Aug 13th.

Senior Football Championship 2012: Doonbeg 0-10 Lissycasey 0-8. A slow start proved costly for the senior footballers in the opening round of the championship at Cooraclare on Saturday evening. Lissycasey struggled throughout the first half and trailed by five points at half time when the score was 0-7 for Doonbeg to 0-2.It was a different story in the second half, however, as Lissycasey stepped up a gear. they dominated throughout the field and took the lead at 0-8 to 0-7 with six minutes to go. They had a few chances to increase the advantage but they failed to avail of these and Doonbeg the the vital points in the closing minutes to win by two. Lissycasey. Joe Hayes; Martin O'Connor Gerry Moran (capt) Michael Melican; Dermot Nagle, Matt Kilroy, Sean Hayes; Danny Clohessy, Matt O'Shea; Francis Hayes (0-2) Niall Kelly (0-1) Enda Finnucane (0-1); David Considine (0-3) Cathal Hill, Martin Moran; Subs--Alan Nagle for S. Hayes; Oisin Talty (0-1) for M O'Shea; Derrick McMahon for D. Considine; Paul Nagle for D. Nagle. Lissycasey are now anxiously awaiting the drawn for the next round which they must win to maintain their hopes of success this year. Other Rd 1 results Eire Og 2-6 Kilrush 1-5 Liscannor 2-9 Wolfe Tones na Sionna 2-8 Cooraclare 0-11 Doora-Barefield 1-3 Ennistymon 0-13 Miltown St. Josephs 0-3 Shannon Gaels 2-7 St. Senan's Kilkee 0-10

Junior Championship 2012: Lissycasey 2-5 Ennistymon 0-6 .Two goals from Danny Lynch, one in each half, steered Lissycasey to a merited win over Ennistymon in the opening round of the junior A championship at Miltown on Sunday. Lissycasey got off to a great start in this tie and by half time they had opened a six point lead, 1-5 to 0-2. While they maintained the upper hand in the second half, they will be disappointed that they could only add a goal to their first half tally.Lissycasey; Shane Normoyle; Paul Clancy, Brendan O'Connor, Ronan McCarthy; Tom Collins, Kevin Hanrahan, Conor Neylon; Noel Casey, Noel Finnucane; Eoin Enright, David McMahon, Danny Lynch; Killian McNamara, Barry Lynch, David Clancy; Subs: Eoin O'Leary, Michael Nagle, Dylan Cahill, Kieran Clancy.

July 2012.

U14 Div 2 Championship Quarter Final: Lissycasey 2.10 Miltown 1.08. Lissycasey will play Corofin in the Semi-Final on Monday Aug 6th. Venue to be decided.

Garry Cup. Lissycasey 1.10 Clondegad 0.08. Lissycasey have qualified for the Garry Cup Final after defeating Clondegad in the semi-final played in Lissycasey Sat July 14th. Half time score was Lissycasey 1.04 Clondegad 0.04. Lissycasey scores coming from  Niall Kelly 0.01,Enda Finucane 0.02, Cathal Hill, Oisin Talty 1.00 while Clondegad scores came from Shane Brennan 0.01, Paudge McMahon 0.02 and Kieran Browne 0.01. Lissycasey subs in the 2nd half were Paul Nagle, and Derrick McMahon and the Lissycasey scores came from David Considine 0.01, Martin Moran 0.01 Niall Kelly 0.01, Enda Finucane0.01, Oisin Talty 0.01 Derrick McMahon 0.01with Clondegad scorers Gary Brennan 0.02 Paudge McMahon 0.02. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes, Michael Melican, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor, Dermot Nagle, Francis Hayes, Cathal Hill, Matt O'Shea, Danny Clohessy, Oisin Talty, Niall Kelly, Enda Finucane, David Considine, Matt Kilroy, Martin Moran. Subs: Paul Nagle for David Considine, Derrick McMahon for Martin Moran. Clondegad. Declan O'Loughlin. Cormac Ryan, Paddy O'Connell, Brian Murphy, Conor Gavan, Kieran Browne, Francis Neylon, Gary Brennan, Shane Brennan, Conor McNeilis, Francis O'Reilly, Kenneth Kelly, Patrick Coffey, Eoghan Donnellan, Paudge McMahon.

Munster Final. Well done Joe Hayes and the Clare Footballers who contested the Munster Senior Football Final V Cork on Sunday. Although they did not win, the team did us proud and we wish them the best of luck in the Qualifiers.

Minor Div 2 Football Championship: Lissycasey Minor defeat Kilmurry Ib in Round 1 of the Minor Div 2 Football Championship tonight. Final score Lissycasey 3.11 K.I.B. 1.07. Next Minor game on Wed July 18th in Quilty

Junior Semi-Final. Doonbeg 1-13 Lissycasey 2-6. Lissycasey's bid for a place in the division 4 league final and promotion to division 3 ended on their home grounds on Sunday when they went down to Doonbeg. The visitors had the better of the first half exchanges and led at the break by seven points, 1-7 to 0-4.Lissycasey put in a storming start to the second half and helped by goals from Killian McNamara and Declan Clancy they drew level after ten minutes at 1-8 to 2-5. However, they failed to build on this and Doonbeg hit three points in as many minutes to regain the upper-hand which they held to the finish. David Considine scored all six points for the home side. Lissycasey; Colm O'Rourke; Paul Clancy, Brendan O'Connor, Ronan McCarthy; Tom Collins, Kevin Hanrahan, Eoin Enright; Shane Normoyle, Noel Finnucane; David McMahon, David Considine, Cathal Hill; Killian McNamara, Declan Clancy, Barry Lynch. Subs--Conor Neylon for Normoyle; Kieran Clancy for Lynch; Dylan Cahill for McMahon.

June2012.

U14 Championship: Cratloe 3.10 Lissycasey 1.15 Just one point separated the sides at this very entertaining U14 game played in Lissycasey Friday 29/6/12. Cratloe let at half time on a score of 2.05 to 0.03 but Lissycasey fought back in the second half to take the lead on two occasions before Cratloe took the one point victory. Lissycasey: Cian Meaney, Brian McSweeney, Ronan Cahill, Adrian Meaney, Paul Culligan, Cathal Talty, Aaron Griffin, Gary Lorden, Daire Meaney, Aaron Slattery, Gregory Allard, Conor Clohessy, Stephen Meaney, Eoghan Clancy, Subs: Enda Meaney for Eoghan Clancy, Eoghan Grace for Conor Clohessy.

Club Coaching Summer Camp: Lissycasey GAA Club are running a coaching summer camp at Frure pitch from July 10th to July 13th. Boys and Girls from 5 to 12 are welcome to attend. €30 for 1 child : €50 for 2 children : €75.00 for 3 children. Presentation to all children on Friday July 13th at 1.15. All Parents invited to attend the presentation.Contact 0862659561    

Junior Football: Lissycasey qualified for the Semi-Final of the Div 4 League by defeating Kilrush on a score line of 2.15 to 1.05 in a game played in Lissycasey on Friday June 15th. Lissycasey lead at half time 0.09 to 1.01 with points from Cathal Hill (0.03)David Considine (0.02) Declan Clancy (0.02) David McMahon (0.01) Noel Finucane (0.01) The two goals in the second half came from Killian McNamara & Dylan Cahill while the points were added from Cathal Hill (0.02) Killian McNamara (0.02) Shane Normoyle (0.01) and David Considine (0.01) Lissycasey: Colm O'Rourke. Noel Doohan, Brendan O'Connor, Paul Clancy, Tom Collins, Kevin Hanrahan, Ronan McCarthy, Noel Finucane, Danny Lynch, David McMahon, David Considine, Cathal Hill, Kieran Clancy, Declan Clancy, Shane Normoyle. Subs: Eoin Enright for Kevin Hanrahan, Killian McNamara for Kieran Clancy, Dylan Cahill for David McMahon, Eoin O'Leary for David Considine. David Clancy for Declan Clancy.

Garry Cup: Lissycasey 0-13 Cratloe 0-6.Lissycasey progressed to the semi-final of the Garry cup (division 2) with this merited victory over Cratloe at Cratloe on Tuesday evening. Against an under strength Cratloe side, Lissycasey led from the start and were 0-7 to 0-1 in front at half time. They should have been much further in front at this point having dominated the opening half but they wasted a lot of scoring chances which could prove costly on another day. Cratloe scored the first three points of the second half but then Lissycasey regained the initiative and struck for some well worked scores. However, they again missed good scoring chances in this period and this is something they will have to work on ahead of the semi-final. Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Michael Melican Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Dermot Nagle, Matt Kilroy, Sean Hayes; Matt O'Shea (0-4) Danny Clohessy (0-1); Martin O' Connor, Enda Finnucane (0-1) Oisin Talty (0-1); David Considine (0-3)Francis Hayes (0-2) Niall Kelly (0-1)Subs--Cathal Hill for S. Hayes; Hayes for D. Nagle (inj); Danny Lynch for G. Moran (inj); Derek McMahon for Talty. Paul Nagle for Kelly.

Brian Casey Memorial 7 a side. Kilmurry Ibrickane win Brian Casey Cup 2012:

14 teams took part in the 2012 Brian Casey Memorial tournament 2012. Lissycasey "A" & Doorabarefield qualified from Lissycasey Venue, Cooraclare & Doonbeg from Frure, Miltown & Lissycasey "B" from Clondegad and Kilmurry Ibrickane & Kilrush from Kilmihil. The Quarter finals were as follows. Lissycasey "A" V Miltown, Lissycasey "B" V Doorabarefield. Doonbeg V Kilmurry Ib. Cooraclare V Kilrush. The Semi-Finals saw Lissycasey "A" defeat Cooraclare while Kilmurry Ibrickane defeated Doorabarefield after a penalty shoot out. The Final was very exciting with Lissycasey taking on Kilmurry Ib. The game finished level and went to penalty's which saw Kilmurry Ibrickane take the title. Marty Casey presented the Brian Casey Memorial to the Joint Captains.

Under 16 Div 1 Final. Lissycasey 2-8 Eire Og 1-9.A blistering opening quarter in which they scored 1-7 without reply laid the foundations for Lissycasey's victory over Eire Og in the final of the under 16 A football championship at Cusack Park on Sunday evening. In winning the title, Lissycasey bridged a twelve year gap to their only previous win in this competition which was in 1999.From the outset of this campaign these teams had been installed as the favourites to contest the final. For the past two years the sides  have produced some great contests and they didn't disappoint on Sunday evening. A runaway victory looked to be on the cards when Lissycasey went 1-7 to 0-0 ahead in the first quarter of Sunday's game. They produced some outstanding football in that period and fully deserved their lead with the points coming from Padraic McNamara, Ciaran Doohan (3), Conor Finnucane, Michael O'Malley and Oisin Hanrahan while O'Malley scored the goal finishing off a tremendous move in which Oisin Hanrahan made a great break from midfield. The switch of Eimhin Courtney from corner forward to midfield helped Eire Og get back into contention and in the closing minutes of the half he landed a brace of points to leave the half time score at 1-7 to 0-2.Lissycasey had the opening score of the second half when McNamara, as he had done in the opening half, struck in the first minute.Three
points from Courtney, two from frees, gave the Ennis side confidence but they were rocked eleven minutes into this half when the impressive O'Malley struck for his and the winner's second goal when he rose high to fist a Brian Cahill delivery to the net.It was to be the winner's final score and from here to the finish they had to work hard in defence. Fifteen scoreless minutes followed  O'Malley's second goal but Eire Og kept up the pressure. The introduction of substitutes Brian Colleran and Shane Jordan brought freshness to their attack and each had a point before Jack Keating
got a vital touch for their goal with two minutes remaining. Indeed Lissycasey's goalie Daire Meaney made an excellent save just before that when he deflected Jordan's snap shot over the bar. These scores cut the margin to four points and clearly gave the town side new hope.The continued to pile on the pressure and the margin was back to three when Courtney hit his sixth of the evening by converting a 13m free in the second minute of 'injury time'. A poor kick out saw
Lissycasey under pressureagain but Stephen Jordan's effort went over the bar. It proved to be the final score as the final whistle followed the kick out.Killian Normoyle was outstanding at full back for the winners who also had excellent performances from Levi Howard, team captain Oisin Hanrahan, Padraic McNamara, Ciarán Doohan and the game's top scorer, Michael O'Malley.After the game Bord na nOg chairman John Smith presented the cup to Lissycasey's Oisin Hanrahan and Shane Keating. Lissycasey; Daire Meaney; Ryan Griffin, Killian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy; Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, David Cleary; Oisin Hanrahan (Capt) 0-1, Brian Cahill; Gary Stephens, Padraic McNamara (0-2), Ciarán Doohan (0-3); Niall Meere, Michael O'Malley (2-1) Conor Finnucane (0-1);Subs--Daire Hanrahan for Cleary (inj); Shane Keating, Eric Griffin, Ronan Grace, David Cahill, Roy Griffin, Paul Culligan and Gary Hill.
The team mentors were Michael Collins (manager), David Considine, Jamesie Meere, Denis O'Herlihy and Michael Stephens :Referee Pat Cosgrove, Corofin

U16 Div 1 Semi-Final: Lissycasey 4.16 Kilfenora/Liscannor/Ml Cusack's 1.02. Lissycasey had no trouble in overcoming the challenge of North Clare amalgamation Kilfenora/Liscannor/Ml Cusack's in the semi-final of the under 16 A football championship at Eire Og on Sunday evening. They took control from the start and were 2-2 to 0-0 up after just six minutes, both goals coming from penalties converted by Conor Finnucane. Points followed from Finnucane, Michael O'Malley, Killian Normoyle and Ciarán Doohan and at half time it was 2-7 to 0-2.The winners continued to dominate in the second half when they had further goals from Michael O'Malley and Niall Meere while points came from O'Malley, Meere, Shane Keating, Cathal Doohan and Padraic McNamara. Lissycasey; Daire Meaney; Ryan Griffin, Killian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy; Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, David Cleary; Brian Cahill, Oisin Hanrahan; Conor Finnucane, Padraic McNamara, Ciarán Doohan; Shane Keating, Michael O'Malley, Niall Meere; Subs--David Cahill for S. Collins; Ronan Grace for Oisin Hanrahan; Eric Griffin for Ciarán Doohan; Paul Culligan for Ryan Griffin; Roy Griffin for David Cleary.

Results 19/20th May. Garry Cup: Clondegad 3-10 Lissycasey 1-13 Trailing by two points at half time (2-5 to 1-6), Lissycasey looked to be in a good position to get something from this division 2 league tie at Lissycasey on Saturday evening. However, the concession of 1-3 in the opening five minutes of the second half left them with a huge task and while they fought to the end, time wasn't on their side. Two goals from Padraig McMahon had Clondegad 2-5 to 0-5 in front with half time approaching. A great Lissycasey move ended with an Oisin Talty goal and left two points between the sides at the break. Lissycasey won't be happy with their play in the first five minutes of the second half but they fought back strongly and dominated the final ten minutes. However, they needed another goal and just couldn't manage to get back on terms. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Matt Kilroy, Martin Moran; Alan Nagle, Michael Melican, Dermot Nagle; Danny Lynch and Daniel Clohessy; Derek McMahon, David Considine, Paul Nagle; Oisin Talty, Francis Hayes, Niall Kelly: Subs: Enda Finnucane for McMahon; Martin O'Connor for Lynch; Cathal Hill for P. Nagle; Sean Hayes for Clohessy.

Junior Football. Ml Cusack's. 3.07 Lissycasey 0.07. An under strength Lissycasey lost their unbeaten run in the Division 4 league when they went under to leaders Ml. Cusack's at Carron on Friday evening. The North Clare side were stronger all round and got through for goals at vital times to secure victory. Despite this loss Lissycasey remain in contention for a place in the play offs. Lissycasey: Colm O'Rourke; Barry Keating, Brendan O'Connor, Noel Doohan; Conor Neylon, Noel Casey, Michael Nagle; Danny Lynch, Noel Finnucane; Cathal Hill, David McMahon, Kieran Clancy; David Clancy, Shane Normoyle, Jonathon Hayes: Subs--Eoghan O'Leary, Dylan Cahill, John Clohessy.

Results: U16 Div 1 Lissycasey 7.10 Kilfenora/Liscannor/Cusack's. 1.07 which now means that our U16 team are in the Semi-Final.  U12 League: Lissycasey 7.07 Sh. Gaels 1.00

Wedding Congratulations: Congrats to two loyal Lissycasey Players on their Weddings at the weekend. Congrats Martin & Mrs. Daly & Paul & Mrs Clancy.

Club Coaching Summer Camp: Lissycasey GAA Club are running a coaching summer camp at Frure pitch from July 10th to July 13th. Boys and Girls from 5 to 12 are welcome to attend. €30 per child with family concessions available. Contact 0862659561

April 2012

28/29th April Results: Garry Cup: Lissycasey 1.04 O'Curry's 0.03. Lissycasey led at half time by 0.04 to 0.01 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Francis Hayes 0.03 and Niall Kelly 0.01. O'Curry's added two more points in the second half with Lissycasey's only score of this half , a goal, coming from Niall Kelly to leave the full time score Lissycasey 1.04 O'Curry's 0.03. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Michael Melican, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran, Dermot Nagle, Matt Kilroy, Martin O'Connor, Matt O'Shea, Danny Clohessy, Alan Nagle, David Considine, Enda Finucane, Paul Nagle, Francis Hayes, Niall Kelly. Subs: Cathal Hill for David Considine, Oisin Talty for Enda Finucane, Derek McMahon for Paul Nagle. Junior Div 4 Football. Lissycasey 0.09 Naomh Eoin 0.09. Under 12: Lissycasey 3.03 Kildysart 3.07. Lissycasey. Eoghan Allard. Killian Gubbin, Eoghan Clancy, Josh Allard, Connor Keane, Thomas O'Halloran, Philip Talty, Enda Meaney, Rian Corey, Cian Meaney, Gary Heslin, Darragh Hickey, Aaron Gubbins.

21/22 April Results: Garry Cup: Lissycasey 3-11 St. Breckans 1-6 Lissycasey returned to winning ways in the Garry cup when they overcame St. Breckans at Lisdoonvarna on Saturday evening. Playing with the aid of the breeze in the first half, the winners looked to be in trouble when they went to the break leading by just four points. However, they stepped up a gear after the break and played their best football to emerge as deserving winners. Francis Hayes and Niall Kelly (2) were the goal scorers on the day. Lissycasey will play O'Curry's in the next round and this will take
place on this Sunday, a week ahead of schedule. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Michael Melican;
Martin Moran, Matt Kilroy, Dermot Nagle; Danny Clohessy, Matt O'Shea; Alan Nagle, David Considine, Oisin Talty; Paul Nagle, Francis Hayes, Niall Kelly.Subs--Cathal Hill for Talty; Danny Lynch for O'Shea; Sean Hayes for M. Moran; Enda Finnucane for Considine; Martin O'Connor for P. Nagle . Junior Div 4 League: Lissycasey 0.11 Cooraclare 0.04. Lissycasey led by 0.05 to 0.03 at half time in this game which was played in Cooraclare on Sunday April 22nd. Lissycasey's 5 points coming from David Clancy 0.03 and Shane Normoyle 0.02. The second half scores came from Danny Lynch 0.01 David Considine 0.03 and Declan Clancy 0.02. Lissycasey: Colm O'Rourke, Ronan McCarthy, Brendan O'Connor, Paul Clancy, David McMahon, Kevin Hanrahan, Tom Collins, Danny Lynch, Noel Finucane, David Clancy, Shane Normoyle, Cathal Hill, Jonathan Hayes, Declan Clancy, Eoghan O'Leary. Subs: David Considine, Kieran Clancy. U12 Dan O'Halloran League. Lissycasey 11.11 Coolmeen 0.04. Played in Frure, this was a game dominated by Lissycasey throughout. The half time score was Lissycasey 5.06 Coolmeen 0.01 with the Lissycasey scores coming from Tomas O'Halloran 1.01 Darragh Hickey 3.01.Gary Heslin 1.00 Stephen Talty 0.03 Enda Meaney 0.01 The second half scores came from Cillian Gubbin 2.02 Aaron Gubbin 1.00 Cian Meaney 1.00 Conor Keane 2.01, Stephen Talty 0.01 Tomas O'Halloran. Lissycasey: Eoghan Allard, Cillian Gubbin, Eoghan Clancy, Tomás O'Halloran, Conor Keane, Enda Meaney, Josh Allard, Gary Heslin, Stephen Talty, Cian Corey, Cillian Gubbin, Cian Meaney, Darragh Hickey, U8 Blitz: Lissycasey U8s performed very well at the U8 Blitz held in Kilmihil last weekend. Training continues Tue 6p.m to 7.15 and Saturday 10.15 to 11.30 at Frure. The next U8 Blitz is on Saturday May 12th at Lissycasey.

13/15 April: Weekend Fixtures Results: U16 Div 1 Champ Round 6. Lissycasey 1.07 Ennistymon 0.02. Team: Daire Meaney, Ryan Griffin, Cillian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins, Levi Howard, David Cleary, Gary Hill, Oisin Hanrahan, Ciarán Doohan, Brian Cahill, Gary Stephens, Daire Hanrahan, Michael O'Malley, Niall Meere, Subs: Ronan Grace, Shane Keating, Eric Griffin, Roy Griffin, Paul Culligan, Conor Finucane. Garry Cup: Kilmurry Ibrickane 4.15 Lissycasey 1.06. Lissycasey lead at half time by 0.05 to Kilmurry Ibrickane's 0.03. Team: Colm O'Rourke, Tom Collins, Martin Moran, Michael Melican, Cyril Sheehan, Kevin Hanrahan, Dermot Nagle, David Considine, Matt O'Shea, Oisin Talty, Francis Hayes, Fergal Talty, Sean Hayes, Shane Normoyle, Niall Kelly. Subs: Jonathan Hayes for Sean Hayes, Derek Doohan for Oisin Talty, Derek McMahon for Kevin Hanrahan. U12 League: Doonbeg 5.06 Lissycasey 2.13. This was a high scoring games played in Doonbeg on Sunday evening. The Half time score was Doonbeg 3.02 Lissycasey 0.06 with the Lissycasey six points coming from Philip Talty 0.05 and Cian Meaney 0.01. Both teams were equally matched in the second half  with Doonbeg just pulling away in the latter part of the half. Lissycasey scores in the 2nd half came from Philip Talty 1.04, Enda Meaney 1.00 and Eoghan Clancy 0.01 Cian Meaney 0.02 Team: Thomas O'Halloran, Josh Allard,  Eoghan Clancy, Gary Heslin, Darragh Hickey, Cian Meaney, Enda Meaney, Connor Keane, Philip Talty, Killian Gubbin, Subs: Aaron Gubbin, Eoghan Allard, Stephen Talty, Rian Corey.

Munster Minor Football Champ Rd 1: Lissycasey G.A.A. club wish the best of luck to Barry Lynch, Cillian Normoyle,  Oisin Hanrahan & Conor Finucane who are part of the Clare Minor panel who will play Waterford on this Sat (April 14th) at 6.45 in Cusack Up the Banner. 

U16 Div 1 Championship. Lissycasey 2.12 Ennistymon 0.04. Lissycasey defeated Ennistymon in Round 5 of the under 16 Div 1 Football Championship which was held in Lissycasey on Mon April 9th. Lissycasey led 0.06 to 0.04 at half time with their six points coming from Martin O'Malley 0.02 Ciarán Doohan 0.01, Oisin Hanrahan 0.01, Seamus Collins 0.01 and Niall Meere 0.01. Lissycasey dominated the 2nd half and with Killian Normoyle swapping positions with Gary Hill they kept Ennistymon scoreless in this half. The Lissycasey 2nd half scores came from Killian Normoyle 0.02, Michael O'Malley 0.02, Oisin Hanrahan 0.01, Padraig McNamara 1.01 and Niall Meere 1.00 leaving the Final score Lissycasey 2.12 Ennistymon 0.04. Lissycasey: Killian Normoyle, Ryan Griffin, David Cleary, Niall McCarthy, Paraic McNamara, Levi Howard, Seamus Collins, Oisin Hanrahan, Gary Hill, Gary Stephens, Brian Cahill, Ciarán Doohan, Daire Hanrahan, Michael O'Malley, Niall Meere. Subs: Shane Keating for Ciarán Doohan, Ronan Grace for David Cleary, Paul Culligan for Daire Hanrahan, Roy Griffin for Niall Meere, Eric Griffin for Gary Stephens.

Garry Cup Round 3: Lissycasey were well defeated by Liscannor in Round 3 of the Garry Cup played in Liscannor on Easter Saturday. Half time score was Lissycasey 0.02.Liscannor 0.08. Lissycasey Team :Shane Normoyle, Brendan O'Connor, Michael Melican, Danny Clohessy, Cyril Sheehan, Martin O'Conner. Alan Nagle, Francis Hayes. Matt O'Shea, Paul Nagle, David Considine, Enda Finucane, Dermot Nagle, Niall Kelly, Matt Gilroy. Subs: Cathal Hill for Alan Nagle, Sean Hayes for Paul Nagle, Oisin Talty for David Considine, Kevin Hanrahan for Brendan O'Connor. Final Score Liscannor 1.12 Lissycasey 0.08.

Junior League Div 4. Rd 3. Lissycasey received a walk over for O'Callaghan's Mills in Rd 3 of the Junior League which was due to be played in Frure on Good Friday.

March 2012.

Junior League Div 4.  Lissycasey 1.10 Ballyvaughan 0.08 Played in sunny conditions in Frure Sunday April 1st. Team: Colm O'Rourke, Noel Doohan, Brendan O'Connor, Paul Clancy, Tom Collins, Kevin Hanrahan,  Ronan McCarthy, Danny Lynch, Noel Finucane, David McMahon, Shane Normoyle, Cathal Hill, Jonathan Hayes, David Clancy,  Kieran Clancy. Subs: David Considine for Kieran Clancy,  Aaron Talty for Jonathan Hayes, Michael Nagle for Ronan McCarthy,  Eoin O'Leary for David McMahon, David Clancy for Noel Doohan (Injured)

Garry Cup Round 2. Lissycasey 1.10 Cooraclare 2.07 (Draw) Team: Shane Normoyle. Daniel Clohessy, Gerry Moran, Cyril Sheehan. Martin Moran, Matt Gilroy, Alan Nagle, Francis Hayes, Matt O'Shea, Paul Nagle, David Considine, Enda Finucane, Oisin Talty, Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle.

Senior Championship Draw: Kilmurry Ibrickane v Cratloe, Ennistymon v Miltown, Barefield v Cooraclare, Liscannor v Wolfe Tones, Clondegad v Breckans, Doonbeg v Lissycasey, Kilkee v Shannon Gaels & Kilrush v Eire Og.

Scor na bPaisti. Lissycasey won the Ballad group section of Scor na bPaisti which was held in Cois na hAbhna today Sunday March 25th.The winning group were Michelle Collins, Tara O'Malley, Alanna Hanrahan, Yvonne Collins and Eimear Stephens.

Junior League Div 4. Lissycasey 0.10 Doonbeg 1.07.

Garry Cup: Lissycasey defeated Kilkee in Round 1 of the Garry Cup which was played Monday March 19th at Frure. Kilkee lead at the break 0.03 to 0.02 but a stronger Lissycasey outfit held the seasiders scoreless in the second half to leave the final score Lissycasey 0.10 Kilkee 0.03. Round 2 V Cooraclare takes place on Sat March 31st.

O'Gorman Cup: A very under strength Lissycasey side were defeated by Shannon Gaels in Round 1 of the O'Gorman Cup played in Frure on Saturday. The final score was Shannon Gaels 3.09 Lissycasey 1.08. Many of the Lissycasey players were in Killarney attending the wedding of footballer Derek McMahon and Sinead Talty. Lissycasey GAA club wish the newly weds the best of luck in the future.

Under 16 Football Championship: Once again Lissycasey defeated Wolfetones from Shannon in Round 2 of the home & Away U16 Div 1 Championship. The game was played on Friday March 9th in Kilmihil Under lights. Final Score Lissycasey 3.17 Wolfetones 1.05. The team put in a great performance in this game. The next game is against Eire Og on March 24th.

Under 16 Football Championship: Lissycasey opened their U16 football campaign with a win over Wolfetones from Shannon on a score line of Lissycasey 3.17 Wolfetones 1.09. The games was played this Friday evening in Shannon @ 7.30p.m.

Lissycasey GAA & Fergus Rovers are collecting tokens from from the Daily & Sunday Independent Starting Sunday Feb 26th. Prize is €5oo worth of sports equipment for the first 500 hundred entries with 250 tokens. There are double tokens on Thursday and Sunday. Collection boxes in Daybreak & Talty's or leave at Anne Hayes house. Thanks.

February 2012

Registration Night: Lissycasey G.A.A. club held a very successful Registration night at the hall on Friday last Feb 17th. If you were unable to attend please forward your membership to any of the officer. Only registered members will be allowed to play fro the club in the coming season.

January 2012. 

Club information: As we begin the 2012 season, we, on behalf of Lissycasey G.A.A. club take this opportunity to bring you up to date with developments in our club and with plans for the year. We will be fielding teams at all levels from under 10 up to senior and we are looking forward to having another successful season. We also have a very successful nursery programme which caters for players from under 6. At present we have club members in training with Clare panels at senior, under 21, minor and development squad levels. We also provide with the opportunity to display their music and singing talents through our participation in Scor and we have enjoyed great success in this competition. On the development front, we are delighted that our new stand at the main pitch was completed in 2011. Our main development project for 2012 is the refurbishment of the dressing rooms at our headquarters in Lissycasey. Work has already commenced and we would hope to have this work completed as early as possible in the season so that we will be able to host our home games at the venue. We are making every effort to keep the costs to a minimum. We have a number of fundraising ventures in mind over the coming weeks which we hope will help bring this project to fruition and ensure that our club continues to provide top class facilities. Our immediate aim is to enrol members and with this in mind we will have a Registration evening at St. Mary’s hall in Lissycasey on Friday February 17 from 7 to 9p.m. The membership fees for 2012 are; Under 8--€5; U- 10, U- 12, U- 14, U- 16 and U- 18--€25; Adult players--€60; Students--€30; Non playing adults--€30. Fees can be paid to our club registrar, Martin Kelly, Frure We are currently promoting the annual draw run by Clare GAA which costs €60, half of which goes directly to the club. For those who buy a ticket, they will automatically become a member of our club and be included in three monthly draws for valuable prizes including a car. Our weekly lotto continues to be a great success and we thank you for your support. The opportunity exists, should you wish, to join the lotto by direct debit for the year and any of the officers will provide you with details. We thank you for taking the time to read this letter and we will be delighted to answer any queries you may have.
Eamonn Finnucane (Chairman)  Anne Hayes (Secretary)  Geraldine Hill (Treasurer)

 

Lissycasey U10's.  Lissycasey U10s are entered into a STAR KIT COMPETITION. This will require collecting 300 star newspaper front pages from Tues 24 January to the 11th of Feb. If you have or know anybody who buys the star to hold on to the front pages and contact  any of the officers.

Scor na nOg Munster Final. Lissycasey were second in both Novelty Act and Set Dancing at the Munster Scor na nOg Finals in Cappoquin on Sunday last January 29th. Both Groups just lost on by one point. Well done lads & lassies.

Senior Manager. Barry Keating is the new Senior Manager for 2012.  Senior Training has resumed.

Monthly Meeting. The First Lissycasey GAA Meeting of the new year was held on Monday Jan 9th.The vacant officer-ships have now been filled. Vice Chairman: Tony McMahon, Asst Secretary: Christina O'Sullivan, Treasurer: Geraldine Hill, Asst Treasurer: Declan Kelly. The dressing rooms at the main pitch are presently undergoing a major transformation.

Scor na nOg Munster Semi-Finals: Lissycasey qualified for the Munster Scor na nOg Finals in 4 items. The Munster Semi-Final involving Clare, Kerry & Limerick was held on Sun Jan 8th at Askeaton, Co Limerick and the following groups qualified, Recitation (Kieran Moroney) Ballad Group ( Aine & Orla McSweeney, Ava O'Malley, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly. Novelty Act (Kieran Moroney, Bryan McSweeney, Ava O'Malley, Gillian Cummins, Aine McSweeney, Orla McSweeney, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly.) Set Dancing. (Killian Normoyle, Seamus Collins, Kieran Moroney, Oisin Hanrahan, Lauren Griffin, Orla McSweeney, Elizabeth Kelly & Sarah Hehir. The Munster Final will be held in Cappoquin, Co Waterford. This is an all ticket event. Contact Anne Hayes, Niamh Normoyle or Helen Hehir if you are interested in attending.

December 2011

Sale: Lissycasey GAA club have a massive sale of GAA Merchandise (Jerseys, Socks, Track Suits. Shorts, Hats & Scarves) Contact Anne Hayes 0872663718. Great Reductions.

The Annual General Meeting of Lissycasey GAA club was held in the GAA Meeting rooms on Thursday Dec 8th at 7.30p.m. The following officers were elected for 2012. President: Fr P.J. Melican, Vice President. Senan Culligan Snr. Patron: Fr Joe Hourigan. Chairman: Eamon Finucane. Secretary: Anne Hayes. P.R.O. Seamus Hayes. Registrar: Martin Kelly. Cultural / Scor Officer: Anne Hayes, Child Liaison Officer : Ann Hanrahan. ASAP Officer: Denis O'Herlihy. Lotto Coordinator: Pat Keane. Senior Management: to be finalised: Junior Management: Christy Talty. Gerry Moran, Padraig Carmody: U21 Tom Hill, Tom Clohessy. Minor : Oisin Talty. U16 Michael Collins. U14 Thomas Considine. U12 Frankie Meaney. U10 Declan Kelly. U8 Pat Keane. U6 Tom Clohessy. Tributes were paid to the outgoing Chairman Johnnie Neylon and outgoing Secretary Geraldine Hill for their contribution over the past 4 years.

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey GAA club won 6 County Scor na nOg titles at the County Finals in Cois na hAbhna on Sunday Dec 11th. They groups who will represent Lissycasey & Clare in the Munster Semi-Finals in Askeaton, Limerick on Sun Jan 8th at 2.30p.m. are Solo Singing (Ava O'Malley) Recitation (Kieran Moroney) Music Group (Orla & Aine McSweeney, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly & Clodagh Doohan) Ballad Group (Orla & Aine McSweeney, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly & Ava O'Malley) Novelty Act ( Kieran Moroney, Orla & Aine McSweeney, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly. Brian McSweeney, Ava O'Malley & Gillian Cummins) Set Dancing ( Orla McSweeney, Sarah Hehir, Elizabeth Kelly, Lauren Griffin, Oisin Hanrahan, Killian Normoyle, Seamus Collins & Kieran Moroney) Lissycasey also won the Club of the year award & and Paddy Queally Cup.

 Lotto: At a meeting of the club this week, it was decided that the lotto draws due to take place on December 17, 24 and 31 will all be held  twenty four hours earlier on Fridays December 16, 23 and 30. Apart from these three dates, the draws will take place on Saturdays, as usual.

October 2011.                        

U15 "A" West Clare Title for Lissycasey: Lissycasey 4.05 Kilmurry Ibrickane 1.05. Lissycasey Captured the West Clare U15"A" Championship title in Cooraclare on Sunday Oct 23rd 2011. Lissycasey scored three goals in the opening five minutes from Ciarán Doohan, Niall Meere and Brian Cahill. Keelan Sexton Opened Kilmurry Ib scoring with a point in the 10th minute. Lissycasey's Michael O'Malley scored 1.01 while Gary Stephens, Niall Meere & Ciarán Doohan added a point each with Kilmurry adding 3 more points to leave the half time score Lissycasey 4.04 Kilmurry Ib 0.04. Keith Sexton (KIB) and Michael O'Malley traded points early in the second half. Both teams defended well for the remainder of the game with Keith Sexton's goal the only additional score. Conditions were difficult both both teams played some good football. After the game, West Clare Divisional Board Chairman Michael Crowe presented the Shield to Brian Cahill, Lissycasey Captain. Lissycasey: Cillian Normoyle, Niall McCarthy, Ryan Griffin. Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Pádraig McNamara, Brian Cahill (Capt) Michael O'Malley, Gary Stephens, Seamus Collins, Conor Finnucane, Niall Meere, Ciarán Doohan.  Referee: Sean Ryan. Kilrush.

Junior "A" Football: Eire Og  2-5  Lissycasey  1-5. After a number of weeks of inactivity it was back to action for the junior footballers on Saturday last when they lined out against Eire Og in a relegation play off. At the end of a tight contest, Lissycasey lost out by a goal. Despite this loss, they will play in junior A competition next year as Wolfe Tones who were to be their opponents this week, have conceded a walkover. Lissycasey's team on Saturday last was; Alan Pyne; Kieran Donnelly, Shane Normoyle, Brendan O'Connor; Paul Clancy, Sean Devitt, Ronan McCarthy; Michael Coghlan, Noel Casey; Tom Collins, Declan Clancy, David McMahon; Kieran Clancy, Aaron Talty, David Clancy;  Subs--Noel Doohan, David Talty.

U15 West Clare. Lissycasey are through to the U15 A Final where they will face Kilmurry Ib on Saturday Oct 22nd at Cooraclare. Lissycasey defeated Kilrush on a score of 5.11 to 1.04 in Kilrush on Sunday Oct 9th.

Senior Championship. Lissycasey GAA pitch was the venue for the County Senior Football Semi-Final between Cratloe and Kilmurry Ibrickane on Saturday Oct 1st. County Officials were high in their praise for the Club facilities. The game was won by Kilmurry.

September 2011:

Senior Football Championship Quarter Final: Cratloe 2-7 Lissycasey 0-6.A strong start, which saw them race into a five point lead inside the opening quarter, laid the foundations for Cratloe’s merited win over Lissycasey in the first of the Clare senior football quarter finals at Cusack Park on Saturday. Having elected to play into the stiff wind, Cratloe dominated the early exchanges and the Lissycasey defence was breached in the seventh minute when Sean Collins raced through for the game’s first goal.From here on Lissycasey were fighting an uphill battle against the more experienced outfit and this experience proved to be a key element on the day.To their credit, Lissycasey did well in the second quarter but poor distribution and failure to seriously trouble the winner’s defence proved costly. In the early stages of the second half Lissycasey enjoyed plenty of possession but they failed to turn this into scores and Cratloe found the range in the final quarter and pulled away for a deserved win and a place in the senior football championship for the first time in the club’s history.With just four survivors from the side which started the 2007 final when Lissycasey were champions, the team lacked experience. When the disappointment of this defeat eases, Lissycasey will realise that this is a very young side and that there is a very bright future ahead, provided, of course, that emigration  doesn't hit again as it did in the early part of this year when the likes of Anthony and James Kelly and Gerard Murphy joined such as Cathal McMahon in Australia.Injuries didn't help chances on Saturday with Alan Nagle and Sean Hayes both ruled out of contention due to leg injuries. On Saturday Martin O'Connor was again outstanding at corner back while Gerry Moran and Cyril Sheehan worked extremely hard throughout. According to team manager Barry Keating "Cratloe got the start that we hoped for. They won the ‘breaking ball’ and the end result was a fair reflection of the play. At the start of the second half we had possession and didn’t take our chances. It’s a disappointing end to the year but we are a work in progress and hopefully we will learn from the experience and move on next year".
Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Martin Moran, Cathal Hill, Michael Melican; Danny Clohessy, Enda Finnucane,; Fergal Talty, Matt O’Shea, Cathal Doohan; Francis Hayes, Niall Kelly, Paul Nagle;
Subs—Derek McMahon for Talty (17 minutes) Danny Lynch for Clohessy (half time) Paudie Carmody for Nagle (43 minutes) Oisin Talty for Finnucane (51 minutes) Scorers—Niall Kelly (both frees) Francis Hayes (0-2) each, Paul Nagle, Oisin Talty (free) 0-1 each. Referee—Rory Hickey, Eire Og

West Clare U13:  Lissycasey defeated Kilrush 1.09 to 0.08 in the West Clare U13 A on Friday last. They will now play Kilmurry Ib in the Semi-Final on Wednesday next Sept 28th at Quilty at 7p.m..

Munster u15 Football : Lissycasey's under 15 footballers have qualified for the final stages of the Munster under 15 ten a side blitz. At Abbeyfeale last Saturday they defeated the host club Fr. Casey's and fellow Clare side Ennistymon. Kerry club Ballylongford were due to take part but they withdrew. The next round will take place in Mallow on Saturday Sept 24th. The members of the Lissycasey panel were David Cleary, Seamus Collins, Killian Normoyle, Padraig McNamara, Levi Howard, Oisin Hanrahan, Brian Cahill, Conor Finnucane, Niall Meere, Michael O'Malley, Shane Keating, Gary Stephens and Gary Hill.

West Clare U15: Lissycasey defeated Clondegad 5.07 to  1.03 in the quarter final of the West Clare U 15 A at the weekend. Lissycasey will now take on Kilrush in the Semi-Final in two weeks time.

Senior Championship.  Lissycasey 0.09 Ennistymon 0.08. A powerful second half performance saw Lissycasey turn a three point interval deficit into a one point win in this senior championship game at Cooraclare on Saturday. The win has qualified Lissycasey for the championship quarter final where their opponents will be Cratloe in two weeks time. It was a result that didn't appear likely at the half way point when Lissycasey trailed , 0-4 to 0-7 and they were a little lucky not to have been further behind at this point. During the first half Cathal Doohan and Sean Hayes were introduced for Alan and Dermot Nagle and early in the second half Danny Lynch returned to duty and immediately made an impact when he he kicked an excellent point. Inspired by the magnificent Michael Melican at centre back, Lissycasey dominated the second period and this is reflected in the fact that they confined Ennistymon to just a point in this time. Points from Danny Lynch, Enda Finnucane and Niall Kelly (free) had the sides level with ten minutes remaining before Finnucane kicked what proved to be the winning point when he converted a 20m free with six minutes remaining. Outstanding for for Lissycasey were Michael Melican, Martin O'Connor, Enda Finnucane, Joe Hayes, Cathal Hill and Gerry Moran.  Lissycasey: Joe Hayes; Alan Nagle, Gerry Moran, Martin O’Connor; Cathal Hill, Michael Melican, Martin Moran; Danny Clohessy, Enda Finnucane; Matt O’Shea, Francis Hayes, Dermot Nagle; Derek McMahon , Niall Kelly, Paul Nagle. Subs:  Cathal Doohan for A. Nagle (13 minutes); Sean Hayes for D. Nagle (21 minutes); Danny Lynch for McMahon (40 minutes) Paudie Carmody for Clohessy (58 minutes) Scorers: Enda Finnucane (0-3) 2 frees; Niall Kelly (0-2), frees; Francis Hayes, Michael Melican Derek McMahon, Danny Lynch (0-1) each;

August 2011:

U21 Semi-Final.  Cratloe 0-7 Lissycasey 0-06 Competition favourites Cratloe qualified for the U21 A Football Championship final when they overcame the challenge of Lissycasey in a hard fought semi-final at Gurteen on Sunday evening but the losers have reason to be disappointed as they failed to capitalise on a lot of good scoring chances on the evening. It was a hugely disappointing result for Lissycasey as they created enough chances to have taken at least a draw from the outing. In the second half in particular, a lot of Lissycasey attacks ended with the ball being kicked into the hands of Cratloe goalkeeper Jamie Joyce. Cratloe's greater experience proved decisive as Liam Markham, Conor McGrath, Cathal McInerney and Paudge Collins, all players with a lot of inter county experience, made vital contributions. From the start, it was clear that this would be a close contest and the game was twelve minutes old before the first score was registered. It came to Lissycasey when Niall Kelly pointed after Sean Hayes’ effort had rebounded off the upright. Cratloe had the better of matters for the next ten minutes during which time they kicked four points before Lissycasey finished the half with an Enda Finnucane effort to leave the half time score at 0-4 to 0-2 in Cratloe's favour. With wind advantage to come, Lissycasey’s chances of causing an upset looked good but within a minute of the resumption Cathal McInerney converted a 13m free for the winners, putting down a marker that they would not be easily beaten. Lissycasey had the better of matters for the remainder of the third quarter and points from Sean Hayes, Enda Finnucane and Niall Kelly brought the sides level by the mid point of the half. Indeed Lissycasey could well have been in front at this stage but goalkeeper Joyce saved well from Matt O’Shea while a combination of poor finishing and good defensive play on the part of Liam Markham and Sean Hynan meant that Lissycasey never managed to get in front. Early in the final quarter Cathal McInerney kicked his side back into the lead with a fine effort from play and he added another minor from a 30m free six minutes from the end to strengthen their chances of victory. An excellent effort from Dermot Nagle closed the gap to the minimum again but try as they did, Lissycasey failed to add to their tally and Cratloe held on for victory by the minimum margin. Scorers: Cratloe. Cathal McInerney (0-3), 2 frees; Conor McGrath (0-2) Liam Markham (free) Wes De Loughrey (0-1) each.  Lissycasey: Enda Finnucane (2 frees) Niall Kelly (1 free), 0-2 each; Sean Hayes, Dermot Nagle (0-1) each.   Lissycasey: Kevin Moran; Cyril Sheehan Martin O’Connor, Ronan McCarthy; Tom Collins, Francis Hayes, Cathal Doohan; Enda Finnucane, Matt O’Shea; Daniel Clohessy, Niall Kelly, Kevin Hanrahan; Sean Hayes, Eoin Fitzgerald, Dermot Nagle; Subs: Michael O’Neill for Fitzgerald (half time) Eoin Enright for Collins (50 minutes); Fitzgerald for Hanrahan (51 minutes).

U14 Championship: Clondegad crowned u-14 B champions: Clondegad  2-10  Lissycasey  2-7 (after extra time)
Clondegad were crowned Clare under 14 B football champions at Cusack Park on Monday evening after a lively final which required extra time to separate the teams.A physically stronger Clondegad lasted the extra period better and this proved decisive in their march to victory over their fellow parishioners. A goal from Mark Gavin helped the winners to a two point lead at the end of the opening half of normal time when the score was 1-2 to 0-3.The second half produced some great football with both sides enjoying periods of dominance. A Padraic McNamara goal brought Lissycasey back into contention when the game looked to be slipping from them midway through the half but Clondegad hit back quickly for their second goal which came from Daniel Cleary.Lissycasey looked to have snatched victory when centre back and captain Niall McCarthy went up field and kicked his side's second goal in the final minute. The score gave Lissycasey a one point lead but Clondegad fought back and won a free which Cillian Brennan cooly converted with the last kick of the game to send the tie into extra time.In the first period of extra time Brennan kicked two points to edge his side in front again. While Gary Stephens pulled one back for Lissycasey, the winners continued to maintain a slight upperhand and further points from Mark Gavin and Malachy Lynch sealed victory.Impressive for the winners were Cathal Tighe, Ronan Barry, Malachy Lynch, Cillian Brennan, Mark Gavin and Daniel Cleary while Lissycasey's best were Roy Griffin, Niall McCarthy, Padraic McNamara, Gary Stephens and Cathal Considine.**After the game Bord na nOg chairman Billy Archbold presented the cup to the winning captain Cathal Tighe.Clondegad;  Cillian McNeilis; Sean Meaney, Robert Neylon, Peter Casey; Conor Lynch, Cathal Tighe, Cathal Breen; Ronan Barry, Malachy
Lynch (0-2) Ryan Jennings, Cillian Brennan (0-5) Mark Crowe; Daniel Cleary (1-1) Michael McCarthy, Mark Gavin (1-2);Subs Cian Gavin, Brian Hehir, Colin McNeilis, Eoin Reidy, Stephen Neenan, Aidan Lynch, Brendan Harkin, Joseph Conlon. Lissycasey; Dara Meaney; Gregory Allard, Roy Griffin, Ronan Cahill; Paul Culligan, Niall McCarthy (1-1) Daire Hanrahan; Padraic McNamara (1-0) David Cleary; Gary Lordan Gary Stephens (0-4) Eric Griffin;
Cathal Considine (0-2) Killian Regan, Ronan Grace; Subs:Cathal Fitzgerald, Bryan McSweeney, Aaron Griffin, Niall Coote, Conor O'Leary, Aaron Slattery, Ronan Hickey, Liam Halpin, Aaron Browne Referee---Fergal Gray, Feakle

Senior Championship:  Liscannor 1.09 Lissycasey 1.08. There was heartbreak for the senior footballers at Quilty on Saturday when they lost out by the minimum margin to Liscannor in round two of the senior championship. While the locals are still not out of the title race, should they fail to make  it to the play offs, they will look back at this tie and wonder how they didn't get something out of this game. The sides were level at 0.05 each at halftime before Lissycasey pushed four points clear in the third quarter. However, they failed to maintain this advantage and ended up losing by a point. Michael Melican  moved from centre back to centre forward for the second half and ended up scoring his side's only goal on a day when Paul Nagle kicked some excellent points. In the final round of games Lissycasey must beat Ennistymon and hope that Doonbeg beat Liscannor if they are to have a chance of progressing to the play offs. If those results materialise then it will be down to scoring difference to decide which of Lissycasey,Liscannor and Ennistymon will accompany Doonbeg to the quarter final.

Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Alan Nagle Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill, Michael Melican, Cyril Sheehan; Enda Finnucane, Danny Clohessy; Fergal Talty, Francis Hayes, Matt O' Shea; Paul Nagle, Niall Kelly, Dereck McMahon
Subs--Martin Moran for Sheehan; Cathal Doohan for Talty; Dermot Nagle for Clohessy.

Cul-Camp: Lissycasey Cul-Camp held in the GAA field from Monday Aug 8th to Friday Aug 12th was very successful with over 90 children taking part.

July 2011:

   Brian Casey Memorial Tournament: The inaugural Brian Casey memorial seven a side football tournament was hosted by Lissycasey GAA club on Saturday and the event proved to be a huge success. Fifteen teams competed for the title in four groups with the group games staged at Lissycasey's two pitches, Ballynacally and Kilmihil. When these had concluded the quarter final line up was Ennistymon v Wolfe Tones, St. Josephs (Doora-Barefield) v Kilmihil; Doonbeg v Kilrush and Kilkee v Clondegad. In the first semi-final St. Josephs proved too strong for Clondegad winning on a score of 3-10 to 0-4 while Doonbeg accounted for Ennistymon on a 1-12 to 1-9 scoreline. he final provided great entertainment for the big attendance. The teams were level at 1-3 each at half time before Doonbeg opened a five point lead after the break. Then two goals in as many minutes had the Doora-Barefield men in front with less than a minute to play but Doonbeg hit back for the equalising point leaving the sides tied at 2-7 each at full time. This resulted in a penalty shoot out with each side having three penalties. Colm Dillon proved to be the Doonbeg hero when he saved Aidan O'Connor's effort and then converted his side's final kick to see them crowned champions. David and Eamonn Tubridy were the other penalty scorers for the winners while Johnnie O'Brien and Enda Lyons converted penalties for St. Josephs. Doonbeg had further reason for celebration when David Tubridy picked up the tournament's top scorer award. Behind by three points to St. Josephs's Johnnie O'Brien going into the final, the Doonbeg sharpshooter scored 1-4 in the final to seal the award.At the presentation ceremony after the final the runners up medals were presented to St. Josephs by Lissycasey club chairman Johnnie Nealon who thanked all of the participating teams fortheir support for the event.The members of the St. Josephs panel were Chris, David and Johnnie O'Brien, Ger Fannin, Gavin O'Sullivan, Paul Dullaghan, Aidan O'Connor, Kevin Dilleen, Mark Raftery, Enda Lyons and their captain Sean Flynn.The host club chairman also made presentations to the tournament referees Michael Rock, Jim Hickey, Fergal Gray, Joe Garry, Michael Fitzgerald, Gerry Corry, David Clancy and Anthony Culligan who took charge of the final. The winners trophies were presented by Niall Casey, brother of the late Brian, to Colm and Paul Dillon, Joe Blake, Ritchie Vaughan, Eamonn Tubridy, Enda Doyle, Conor Downes, Shane Ryan, Shane O'Brien, Jim Bob Griffin, David Tubridy and the team captain Kevin Nugent who accepted the cup donated by the Casey family in Brian's memory, from Brian's father, Marty, Speaking on behalf of the winners, Kevin Nugent recalled Brian Casey's love of football before congratulating Lissycasey on organising the tournament.Speaking on behalf of the Casey family, Niall Casey paid tribute to all who had helped make the day so successful,. He thanked all of the participating teams and extended special congratulations to the prize winners. He also paid tribute to the tournament organising committee and to the sponsors of the event Lissycasey chairman Johnnie Nealon then made a special presentation to the Casey family which was accepted by Brian's sister Martina.The day came to a conclusion with the unveiling, by Brian's girlfriend Cecilia Talty, of a framed picture of Brian which will be located in the club's meeting room.  

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West Clare: U12 "A" Final: Kilmurry Ib 7.10 Lissycasey 2.03.

Junior Football Championship: Lissycasey  1-8  St. Josephs  0-11. Lissycasey and St. Josephs played a draw in round two of the junior A football championship at Ballynacally on Friday evening. The sides were also level at half time when the score was 0-5 each. Lissycasey had jumped into a three point lead early in the second quarter but the Doora-Barefield men fought back to level. Early in the second half St. Josephs punished some errors in the Lissycasey defence and opened a two point gap but Lissycasey rallied and when Kevin Hanrahan scored the game's only goal, things looked good. However, St. Josephs refused to give up and fought back to snatch a share of the spoils. Lissycasey: Kevin Moran; Brendan O'Connor, Paul Clancy (capt) Colm Clancy; Tom Collins, Colin Lynch (0-2) Ronan McCarthy; Noel Casey, Noel Finnucane; Shane Normoyle (0-1) Declan Clancy, Kevin Hanrahan (1-3); Sean Hayes (0-2) Aaron Talty, David McMahon;Subs--David Clancy for Talty; Michael Coghlan for O'Connor.

Under 14 Div 2: Lissycasey made sure of their place in the semi-final of the under 14 B when they accounted for Kildysart-Coolmeen at Lissycasey on Friday evening on a final scoreline of 6-15 to 0-7

 

   Brian Casey Memorial Tournament: Brian Casey was an integral part of Lissycasey GAA Club and wore the colours of Lissycasey with pride and passion. Lissycasey GAA Club, in conjunction with Brian's family, are proud to announce the inaugural Brian Casey Memorial Tournament. Lissycasey GAA club will host the inaugural Brian Casey memorial 7 a side football tournament on Saturday, July 30th. Brian was a leading member of the club's senior panel and was part of their Clare senior championship winning squad in 2007. He died in tragic circumstances in December 2009.Seventeen teams will play in next week's tournament including a team representing Mallow college where Brian was a member of staff. There will be four groups and two teams will qualify from each for the quarter finals.The groups were drawn on Monday night and group matches will be played at Lissycasey, Kilmihil and Ballynacally. The groups are as follows.
Group A----Lissycasey, Coolmeen, Kilkee, Kilrush and Kildysart at Lissycasey
Group B----Mallow, Wolfe Tones, St. Josephs and Shannon Gaels at Lissycasey's Frure pitch
Group C---Kilmihil, St. Breckans, Ennistymon and Eire Og at Kilmihil pitch
Group D----Clondegad, Cooraclare, Doonbeg and Miltown at Ballynacally
Play will commence at 10a.m. at each venue


Junior Championship: Kilmihil  3-14  Lissycasey 0-8 : When Lissycasey trailed by just a point with fifteen minutes remaining in this junior A football championship first round at Cooraclare on Friday evening, there was a strong chance that they would drive on and score a win. However, a missed free which would have levelled the game followed by the missing of a golden goal opportunity proved very costly and Kilmihil hit back for two goals in quick succession and this killed off the Lissycasey challenge. Lissycasey struggled throughout the first half and trailed by two points at half time, 0-5 to 0-3. Kilmihil had the first score of the second half but then Lissycasey hit two points in quick succession from David McMahon and Sean Hayes. Missed frees were to prove costly in the third quarter before a stronger and fitter Kilmihil side pulled away for a merited win. Lissycasey scorers on the evening were David McMahon, Sean Hayes (0-2) each, Noel Finnucane, Kevin Hanrahan, David Clancy and Kevin Moran (0-1) each Lissycasey: Stephen McGovern; Brendan O'Connor, Paul Clancy, Colm Clancy; Fergal Talty, Shane Normoyle, Tom Collins; Noel Finnucane, Michael Coghlan; David McMahon, Kevin Hanrahan, Kieran Clancy; Aaron Talty, Sean Hayes, Kevin Moran; Subs--David Clancy for K. Clancy; C. Talty for for K. Moran; Moran for Collins.
 

June 2011:

U21 Quarter Final: Lissycasey 2-15 Eire Og 1-9.A superb start to the second half which saw them score 1-5 without reply helped Lissycasey lay the foundations for this victory over Eire Og in the quarter final of the under 21 A football championship at Ballyea on Sunday.Trailing by two points, 0-7 to 1-6, at half time after playing with the assistance of the breeze, things didn't look good for Lissycasey, last year's beaten finalists.They made a blistering start to the second half and an excellent goal from Eoin Fitzgerald put them in the driving seat on a day when Sean Hayes and Enda Finnucane each kicked four points while other scorers were Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle, Danny Clohessy, Kevin Hanrahan, Cillian McNamara and Ronan McCarthy who scored the side's second goal.In the semi-final, Lissycasey will play Cratloe or Clondegad.  The Lissycasey mentors are David Considine (manager), Shane Normoyle, Cathal Talty and Paudie Carmody. Lissycasey;  Kevin Moran; Cyril Sheehan, Kevin Hanrahan, Tom Collins; Martin O'Connor, Matt O'Shea, Cathal Doohan; Enda Finnucane, Danny Clohessy; Michael O'Neill, Francis Hayes, Eoin Fitzgerald;' Sean Hayes, Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle, Subs:Ronan McCarthy for O'Neill; Cillian McNamara for Nagle.

Garry Cup: Lissycasey 0-12 Ennistymon  0-9: The good form shown by Lissycasey's senior footballers in recent weeks continued on Saturday when they defeated Ennistymon in the final round of the league (Garry cup). The win ensures that Lissycasey won't be relegated from the division, something that would have happened had Lissycasey failed to win.The foundations for this win were laid in the first half half at the end of which Lissycasey trailed by two points, 0-3 to 0-5, after playing against the very stiff wind. Inside the first ten minutes of the second half Lissycasey had scored four unanswered points to take a two point lead but Ennistymon hit back to level and it was clear that  the winners would have to battle all the way to the end.This they did and when the final whistle sounded they were deserving of their three point advantage. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Alan Nagle, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill (0-1) Francis Hayes (0-1), Martin Moran (0-1); Enda Finnucane (0-1) Danny Clohessy; Matt O'Shea (0-1) Michael Melicàn, Oisin Talty (0-2); Derek McMahon, Niall Kelly (0-3) Paul Nagle; Subs--Dermot Nagle (0-2) for McMahon; Cyril Sheehan for M. Moran; Sean Hayes for Melican.

Div 4 Football: Naomh Eoin  3-19  Lissycasey  2-6 A very understrength Lissycasey side suffered a heavy defeat from Naomh Eoin in this division 4 tie played at Cross on Saturday evening. From an early stage the physically stronger home side took control and with Michael Liddane in sparkling form they raced into the lead and built on this. Kevin Moran and Fergal Talty were the Lissycasey goalscorers while Sean Hayes kicked four points.Lissycasey;--Stephen McGovern; Brendan O'Connor, Martin Hill, Noel Doohan; Fergal Talty, Aaron Talty, Ronan McCarthy; Pat Healy, Noel Finnucane; Kieran Clancy, David McMahon, Kevin Hanrahan; Alan Pyne, Sean Hayes, Kevin Moran;Subs--Tom Collins for Healy; Healy for Pyne

Garry Cup: Lissycasey  1-12  Eire Og  1-11. Lissycasey followed on from their impressive showing against Doonbeg in the opening round of the senior football championship with a good and what could yet prove to be, a very important win over Eire Og in the Garry cup (division 2 league) at Lissycasey on Saturday evening.With relegation staring them in the face, Lissycasey went into this game knowing that another defeat would all but consign them to division three for next season. Adding interest to the tie was the fact that Lissycasey man Martin Daly is coaching the town outfit this season.Showing just one change from the side which took on champions Doonbeg a week earlier, they showed from the outset that they were determined to get a win here.That said, things didn't look good when they trailed by two points, 0-5 to 0-7, at half time. On the resumption Eire Og extended their advantage to three but Lissycasey fought back and when Martin Moran converted a penalty, the home side jumped in front.the lead was short lived, however, as Eire Og got back in front when they goaled from the penalty spot. Lissycasey's superior fitness proved decisive, however and , in the final minute, Francis Hayes kicked the winning point. Lissycasey now head to Ennistymon on Saturday for their final game in this campaign knowing that another victory will give them an excellent chance of surviving the drop. Lissycasey;  Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill, Michael Melican (0-1) Martin Moran (1-0) Enda Finnucane (0-1)Daniel Clohessy; Oisin Talty, Francis Hayes (0-2) Alan Nagle (0-1); Paul Nagle (0-1) Niall Kelly (0-3) Derek McMahon (0-2);Subs--Sean Hayes (0-1) for Talty; Fergal Talty for P. Nagle.

U21"A" Lissycasey will play Eire Og in the quarter final of the under 21 A football championship. The draw for this year's competition was made last evening, Wednesday and both received byes to the quarter final where they will meet. Lissycasey reached the final of this championship last year where they lost to Ennistymon. Eleven teams will battle it out for the title and the details of the draw are U-21 A Byes A-Eire Og; B-Cratloe; C-Ennistymon; D-Lissycasey; E-Wolfe Tones; First Round  F--Kilrush v Miltown; G--Clondegad v St. Josephs; H--St.  Breckans v Kilmurry-Ib
Quarter Finals----1-C v E;  2-A v D; 3-G v B; 4-H v F;
Semi-finals---4 v 1; 2 v 3;

Senior Football Championship Rd 1: Doonbeg  1-13  Lissycasey  3-5 Lissycasey may have gone into Saturday's opening round of the senior football championship against title holders Doonbeg as rank outsiders but they left Cooraclare most unlucky not to have taken maximum points.With just four of the 2007 championship winning team in the starting line up, they made their more fancied opponents fight all the way for victory.The Lissycasey starting team included five members of the 2009 minor A winning line up and there is little doubt after this performance but that the future is bright for the team. Lissycasey led by two points at half time having played against a strong wind. Goals from Danny Clohessy and Niall Kelly gave them a 2-3 to 0-7 lead at the break.In the second half, Doonbeg's greater experience proved decisive but Lissycasey battled to the end and were most unlucky not to take at least a point from the game.Doonbeg's inter county star David Tubridy was a vital cog in his side's win, contributing 1-8 of their total.According to Doonbeg manager Kieran O'Mahoney, "Lissycasey showed a lot more composure and leadership; than we did.  David Tubridy saved us really. We didn't panic at half time as we knew that Lissycasey still had to come out and win the game. Nigel Dillon's save halfway through the second half was the biggest turning point in the game".Lissycasey manager Barry Keating agreed that Dillon's save "was a turning point. The decisive time was ten minutes into the second half when Doonbeg kicked four or five points. We are  very proud of the lads. There was belief and we came here to win the game. We had a lot of young lads and they stood up. We had a great first half. It's a good foundation and we will build from here".The team line up was Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill, Michael Melican, Martin Moran; Enda Finnucane, Danny Clohessy; Oisin Talty, Francis Hayes, Matt O'Shea; Paul Nagle, Niall Kelly, Derek McMahon;
Subs----Alan Nagle for Sheehan (35 minutes) Dermot Nagle for O'Shea (50 minutes)Scorers----Niall Kelly (2-0) Danny Colohessy (1-0) Derek McMahon (0-2) Oisin Talty (free) Matt O'Shea, Martin O'Connor (0-1) each
***Meanwhile, patrons at the Wolfe Tones (winners) v Kilrush championship game at Lissycasey were able to avail of the new stand for the first time. Work of the development is almost complete and this will be a great addition to the facility in Lissycasey.


May 2011:

In Memory of Brian: Lissycasey GAA will host a senior 7 a side tournament on Saturday July 30 in memory of the late Brian Casey, a valued member of the club. A cup has been presented to the club by Brian's family and will go to the winners of this inaugural event.Twenty teams have been invited to play in the competition which will be for panels of 12. The tournament will be divided into four groups of five and the winners of each group will go through to contest the semi-finals.Clare's sixteen senior football clubs have been invited along with Clondegad, Kildysart and Coolmeen which brings the number to nineteen. The remaining team will come from Mallow college where Brian taught.Two weeks before the competition, the draw will be made to decide the groupings. The event willconclude with the unveiling of a photograph of Brian in our clubrooms.

Div 4 League: Doonbeg  1-16  Lissycasey 1-4: Lissycasey's hopes of getting to the semi-final of the division 4league took a blow on Friday evening when they were comprehensively  beaten by Doonbeg in this fifth round tie.Behind by a point at half time, 0-6 to 1-2, the home side failed to match their opponents in the second half when they could only managed two points while Doonbeg added 1-10 to their first half tally. Lissycasey's goalscorer was Sean Hayes while their points came from Cyril Sheehah, David Clancy, Oisin Talty and David McMahon:Lissycasey;-Stephen McGovern; Paul Clancy, Gerry Moran, Ronan McCarthy; Fergal Talty, Martin Moran, Cyril Sheehan; Noel Finnucane, Martin Hill; Oisin Talty, Shane Normoyle, David McMahon; Sean Hayes, David Clancy, Aaron Talty;Subs--Tom Collins, Kevin Hanrahan, Brendan O'Connor, Kieran Clancy

Ennistymon 1-9  Lissycasey  0-11:In a very entertaining and competitive O'Gorman cup tie on Tuesday evening, Ennistymon pipped Lissycasey who enjoyed home advantage. There was little between the sides throughout and Lissycasey were unlucky not to have taken at least a point from the game the Lissycasey line up for this one was; Shane Normoyle; Ronan McCarthy, Matt O'Shea, Daniel Clohessy; Martin Moran, Francis Hayes, David McMahon; Enda Finnucane, Niall Kelly; Oisin Talty, Michael  Melican, Fergal Talty; Gerry Moran, Paudie Carmody, Brendan O'Connor;Subs--Paul Nagle, Cyril Sheehan, Dermot Nagle


Under 16 Semi-Final: Lissycasey have bowed out of the Under 16 Football Championship 2011 after their defeat by Eire Og in the Semi-final at Ballynacally this evening. Final Score Eire Og 4.13 Lissycasey 4.07.

Garry Cup: Lissycasey  2-13  Kildysart  0-5 Lissycasey scored their first win in this year's Garry cup (division
2) campaign when they proved much too strong for neighbours Kildysart at Kildysart on Saturday.In their earlier games, good first half performances gave way to disappointing second half displays but not so on this occasion.
Helped by a goal from Niall Kelly, Lissycasey led 1-6 to 0-3 at half time and went on to totally dominate the second half when they had a further goal from Oisin Talty.Point scorers on the day were Cathal Hil, Francis Hayes Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle, Sean Hayes, Enda Finnucane and Fergal Talty.The Lissycasey line up was; Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Martin O'Connor; Martin Moran, Michael Melican, Cathal Hill; Enda
Finnucane, Matt O'Shea; Fergal Talty, Franc is Hayes, OisinTalty; Sean Hayes, Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle;
Subs--Ronan McCarthy, Brendan O'Connor, Daniel Clohessy


No Game: The division 4 tie between Lissycasey and Doonbeg, scheduled for Sunday in Lissycasey, did not take place because of the non attendance of the appointed match official. It is expected that the game will be re-fixed

U-16 Semi-Final postponed: The eagerly awaited under 16 semi-final between Lissycasey and Eire Og was postponed from Monday evening. There was some annoyance at the fact that the news of the postponement only came on Saturday evening. The involvement of Mid Clare under 16 hurlers in the Munster semi-final in Mallow was the reason offered by Board officials for the cancellation of the tie.

Work in Progress: A lot of progress has been made with the erection of the new stand and the target of having the project complete by summer time is still on the cards.

April 2011.

Garry Cup:  O'Currys 1-8  Lissycasey 0-7:.Failure to avail of a number of good scoring opportunities in theopening half proved costly for Lissycasey in their latest outing in the Garry cup (division 2) and they went down to O'Currys at Doonaha on Friday evening.The game's only goal came ten minutes before half time and proved tobe a very important score, putting the home side four points clear. The second half was dominated by the respective defences and this is evident from the stats which show that each side managed just one score.This latest result leaves Lissycasey very much in danger of relegation to division 3 as they remain pointless after four games. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Gerry Moran, Michael Melican, Cyril Sheehan; Cathal Hill, David Considine, Martin O'Connor; Francis Hayes, Matt O'Shea; Oisin Talty, Dereck McMahon, Paul Nagle; Enda Finnucane,Niall Kelly, Dermot Nagle;Subs--Sean Hayes for D. Nagle; Paudie Carmody for O. Talty; Martin Moran for Michael Melican; Daniel Clohessy for D. Considine;

Div 4 Football: Lissycasey  1-9  Kilmihil  0-11:Lissycasey's junior side got back to winning ways in division 4 when they managed a one point win over Kilmihil at Kilmihil on Saturday evening. David Clancy's accuracy from frees was important as he kicked five points while the only goal of the game came from Oisin Talty. Others to score were Fergal Talty, Sean Hayes and Noel Finnucane.Lissycasey;--Kevin Moran; Brendan O'Connor, Gerry Moran, Colm Clancy; Cyril Sheehan, Martin Hill, Fergal Talty; Kevin Hanrahan, Noel Finnucane; Sean Hayes, David McMahon, Oisin Talty; Ronan McCarthy, David Clancy, Aaron Talty.

Garry & O'Gorman Cup: Cooraclare  0-10  Lissycasey  1-2. A disappointing second half performance led to defeat for Lissycasey in this Garry cup and O'Gorman cup tie at Lissycasey on Saturday. The clubs had agreed to 'double up' on both competitions so the defeat means a first loss for Lissycasey in this year's O'Gorman cup campaign while the club has yet to win a point in the Garry cup in which they have lost all three games to date.Lissycasey held a one point lead at the midway point with the score at 1-1 to 0-3, both Lissycasey scores coming from Dermot Nagle, the team's only scorer on the day.They failed to maintain this form in the second half when they could only manage one score. Lissycasey were guilty of a number of missed opportunities from play and from frees and these proved costly. Despite making five changes during the course of the second half, the team's play continued to deteriorate and Cooraclare deservingly captured the points.The Lissycasey line out on the day was Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Niall Kelly, Gerry Moran; Alan Nagle (captain) Michael Melican, Martin O'Connor; Dan Clohessy, Matt O'Shea; Enda Finnucane, Francis Hayes, Paul Nagle; Sean Hayes, Dermot Nagle, Cathal Hill;Subs---Tom Collins for Kelly; Dereck McMahon for F. Hayes; Noel Finnucane for Clohessy; David Considine for S. Hayes; Paudie Carmody for E. Finnucane

Div 4 Football: Coolmeen  3-8  Lissycasey  1-5 Coolmeen proved too strong for Lissycasey in this division 4 league tie played at Coolmeen on Sunday. Ahead at half time on a score of 2-4 to 0-3, the winners went onto maintain their 100% run in the competition against a Lissycasey side that finished with fourteen men after Shane Normoyle was red carded. The Lissycasey line out was; Kevin Moran; Ronan McCarthy, Gerry Moran, Colm Clancy; Fergal Talty (0-1) Martin Moran, Cyril Sheehan; Michael Coghlan, Noel Finnucane; Oisin Talty, David McMahon,Shane Normoyle (0-2); Aaron Talty (0-1) Martin Hill, Kieran Clancy;Subs--Brendan O'connor for McCarthy; Sean Hayes (1-1) for Coghlan.

Under 21 Medalists: Two Lissycasey men captured Clare under 21 B hurling medals at Cusack Park on Sunday. Cathal Doohan, one of the Ballyea stars on the way to the final was unable to play on Sunday due to injury but he had the pleasure of raising the cup along with team captain James Murphy, Niall Griffin played at corner forward and scored a point as Ballyea defeated O'Callaghans Mills o-18 to 0-5.

Fixtures:  Next Saturday Lissycasey play Cooraclare in a match what is for both Garry cup and O'Gorman cup points. The clubs have agreed to put both sets of points on the one match which will take place in Lissycasey  on Saturday. On this Friday evening, Lissycasey entertain Boherbui from Cork in an under 16 challenge at 6.30p.m.

A.S.A.P. Talk Some time ago the GAA took a decision that all clubs must appoint an  Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention (A.S.A.P) officer with a view  to making their members  aware of the problems in these areas.
Lissycasey's ASAP officer is Denis O'Herlihy and on Tuesday night next, April 12th at 8.30p.m. a meeting will be held in the Lissycasey GAA clubhouse, Frure  when guest speakers will speak on these issues. Club members, parents  and guardians are urged to attend this very important meeting which is strictly for over 18's

Scor na bPaisti. Lissycasey won 4 County titles at Scor na bPaisti on Sunday April 3rd. Ava O'Malley won both Solo Competitions in Recitation and Solo Singing. The Ballad group were Aine McSweeney, Ava O'Malley, Clodagh Doohan, Gillian Griffin & Aine Kelly while the Novelty Act comprised of Connor O'Leary, Ava O'Malley,Brian McSweeney, Aine McSweeney, Sharon Cummins & Gillian Griffin.

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey  1-8  Clondegad  0-6. A first half goal from Sean Hayes helped Lissycasey maintain their unbeaten run in this year's O'Gorman cup when they beat fellow parishioners Clondegad at Ballynacally on Saturday evening.Team manager Barry Keating and his selectors available of the opportunity to see more of their panel in action when they opted to rest some regulars for this tie. the victory means that Lissycasey have two wins and a draw from their three games to date which leaves them well placed to reach the play off stages of the competition. Their next opponents in this league are Cooraclare and as the sides are due to meet a week later in the Garry cup, they have agreed to put the two into one fixture and this will be played on April 16.The Lissycasey line out against Clondegad was Kevin Moran; Gerry Moran, Niall Kelly, Tom Collins; Alan Nagle, Cathal Hill, Martin O'Connor; Noel Finnucane, Daniel Clohessy; Martin Moran, Enda Finnucane, Derek McMahon; Sean Hayes, David McMahon, Dermot Nagle.

 March 2011:

Feile Peil na nOg: Lissycasey have qualified for the Quarter Finals of Feile Peil na nOg. Lissycasey defeated Eire Og and were beaten by Wolfetones in Rd 1 of Feile which was held in Lissycasey on Saturday March 26th.

U8 Football: Lissycasey Under 8 football training (03/04) starts Saturday the 26th of March at 3 o'clock in Frure pitch.

Senior Scor : Munster Champions. Lissycasey Music Group won the Munster Senior Scor Ceol Uirlise title at Templemore on Saturday March 19th. The group were Colin Sheehan, Brid Killeen, Tomais Butler, Noreen Murrihy & Anne Hayes and they will now compete in the All Ireland Final in the I.N.E.C. in Killarney on Saturday April 9th at 3p.m.

Garry Cup: Wolfe Tones 2-5  Lissycasey  0-7. Leading by four points (0-5 to 0-1) at half time, Lissycasey looked to be on the way to their first win in this season's Garry cup when they entertained Wolfe Tones on Sunday in round two.However, the concession of two goals, one from the penalty spot, early in the second half turned this game in the visitors favour.  Lissycasey struggled throughout the second period and clearly lacked in experience. Best on the day for Lissycasey were Cathal Hill, Michael Melican, Joe Hayes and Alan Nagle.A big improvement is needed if they are to challenge for promotion this season. This Saturday Lissycasey will entertain O'Currys in round two of the O'Gorman cup. Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Niall Kelly, Gerry Moran, Martin Moran; Dermot Nagle, Michael Melican, Alan Nagle (captain); Matt O'Shea, Daniel Clohessy; Martin O'Connor, Enda Finnucane, Paul Nagle; Francis Hayes, Sean Hayes, Cathal Hill
 

Division 4 football. Lissycasey 2-7  Miltown 1-6 Lissycasey collected their first points in the 2011 division 4 league  when they accounted for Miltown St. Josephs at Hennessy park in Miltown on Saturday. Goals from Martin Moran (penalty) and Fergal Talty steered to locals to this round two victory. Others to get on the scoresheet were Sean Hayes, Noel Finnucane, Oisin and Aaron Talty.The Lissycasey line out was; Kevin Moran; Tom Collins, Paul Clancy, Colm Clancy; Cyril Sheehan, Martin Moran, Fergal Talty; Michael Coghlan, Noel Finnucane; Oisin Taoty, David McMahon, Kevin Hanrahan; Aaron Talty, Sean Hayes, Shane Normoyle
Subs--Shane Griffin, Brendan O'Connor, Sean Devitt

Under 16 Round 2. Lissycasey 1.11 Kilfenora/Liscannor/Ml Cusacks. 1.09

Under 16: Lissycasey under 16 footballers were beaten by Ennistymon in the opening round of the league at Lissycasey on Saturday (March 5). The final score was 2-10 to 2-6 in favour of the visitors.The home side fielded eleven of last year's all conquering under 14 team in this outing.The line up was; Killian Normoyle; Ryan Griffin, Michael Nagle, Niall McCarthy; Conor Talty, Oisin Hanrahan, Seamus Collins; Gary Hill, Brian Cahill; Michael O'Malley, Conor Finnucane, Levi Howard; Niall Meere, Dylan Cahill, Eoghan O'Leary;Sub--Ciaran Doohan

February 2011.

Championship Draws: Lissycasey were handed a difficult draw when the groupings for the 2011 Senior football
championship were made at the County board meeting. In round one Lissycasey will face the title holders Doonbeg. They follow this with a game against the 2010 runners up Liscannor and then they will come up against Ennistymon who were also in their group last year. Round one is set for the first weekend in June.  In the junior football championship, Lissycasey will play neighbours Kilmihil in the first round. They also have St. Josephs and Meelick in their group


Co. Board Draw
: Tickets for this year's County board draw are now available and can be purchased through any club officer. The tickets cost €60 each and half of this money is retained by the club. It you are planning on joining the draw, please do so through our club as 50% of the  ticket cost is retained by the club which sells the ticket

Club Merchandise. A selection of club merchandise including tracksuits, windsheeters, umbrellas, scarfs, hats, jerseys(to suit all ages from babies to adult) all with the club crest together with club shorts and socks are currently  on sale from secretary Geraldine Hill.

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey have been included in a group of seven for the O'Gorman cup competition which will commence on Saturday week when the locals will have a home game against St. Breckans.This is the sixth year of this competition. Lissycasey were the first winners and they have been runners up twice since then.The other teams in the group with Lissycasey are Kilkee, O'Currys, Ennistymon, Cooraclare and Clondegad.

Junior Div 4: Meelick 1.11 Lissycasey 3.04. It was a disappointing start to the 2011 football season for Lissycasey as both adult teams were defeated in their opening league engagements. The juniors, competing in division 4, lost by the narrowest of margins to Meelick at the club's Frure pitch on Saturday. Helped by a goal from Martin Daly, they led 1-2 to 0-2 at half time but they struggled against the visitors throughout the second half. Meelick kicked some impressive points but Lissycasey, whose second half goals came from Sean Hayes and Cyril Sheehan, missed some good scoring opportunities and these proved costly The team line out was; Shane Normoyle; Paul Clancy, Martin Moran, Colm Clancy; Tom Collins, Declan Clancy, Cyril Sheehan (1-0) David McMashon, Michael Coughlan; Fergal Talty, Sean Hayes (1-2) Oisin Talty; Aaron Talty (0-2) Martin Daly (1-0), Kieran Clancy;Subs--Shane Griffin for D. Clancy; Kevin Hanrahan for O. Talty; David Clancy for K. Clancy.
Senior Garry Cup: Kilkee 2.07 Lissycasey 1.05. On Sunday the seniors opened their Garry cup (division 2) campaign with an away tie against St.Senans, Kilkee. They had a dream start with a David Considine goal after twenty seconds but they failed to build on this and found themselves a point behind at half time when the score was 1-4 to 1-3. Lissycasey wasted a number of good scoring chances in the second half when they failed to convert a penalty and, in the end, the greater experience of the seasiders won the day. Lissycasey; Joe Hayes; Cyril Sheehan, Gerry Moran, Tom Collins; Dermot Nagle, James Kelly, Alan Nagle (0-1); Matt O'Shea, Danny Clohessy (0-1); Francis Hayes, Enda Finnucane (0-2), Martin O'Connor (0-1); David Considine (1-0) Sean Hayes (0-1), Paul Nagle; Subs--Niall Kelly for D. Nagle; Oisin Talty for P Nagle; Fergal Talty for S. Hayes; David McMahon for D. Considine.

All Ireland Scor Champions:                                    Lissycasey Novelty.jpg (4019792 bytes)

Lissycasey Novelty Act were crowned All Ireland Champions when they won the All Ireland Novelty Act Scor na nOg Title in Castlebar on Saturday. The Act " The Hurling Season " was written & produced by Anne Hayes and the cast were  Kieran Moroney, Ava O'Malley, Gillian Cummins, Aine McSweeney, Orla McSweeney & Miriam Daly. The Set Dancers performed well and were just pipped by Galway. Well done to all.

Season Begins: Lissycasey begin their football season when they take on Meelick in Lissycasey on this Saturday at 3p.n. in Round 1 of  Div 4 with referee John Brew in the middle. On Sunday Lissycasey Seniors travel to Kilkee at 2p.m. where the opposition will be St Senans in Rd 1 of Div 2. Good luck to all. 

Membership Fees:  Lissycasey GAA club has taken into consideration the current economic state of the country when deciding on membership fees for 2011 and have announced a reduction in all fees. These fees have to be  charged in order to ensure that all of our members are insured .The following rates apply for 2011 : Under 8-€5
Under 10 and under 12-€20
:Under 14, under 16, Under 18- €25 Non playing adult---€30 Adult players---€50 which includes use of the club’s gymnasium: Family membership---€100There are special rates in operation where there is more than one child from a family seeking membership. Fees are now due and can be paid to team managers or to any of the club’s officer.

Buy a block campaign:  Work on the construction of the new stand at the club’s main pitch in Lissycasey is progressing and the aim is to have this facility completed in 2011. At the club’s February meeting a buy a block
campaign was launched. For a contribution of just €20, the subscriber’s name will be engraved onto a block to be used on the construction of the stand.This is an opportunity for members and supporters, whether living in the area or away from Lissycasey, to support this project. All contributions should be forwarded to any member of the executive.
                                                                                    

January 2011.                  Novelty Presentation 2.jpg (62082 bytes) Novelty Act:              Set Presentation 2.jpg (58825 bytes) Set Dancers:

Munster Scor Champions 2011.  Lissycasey won two Scor na nOg Munster Titles titles in Cappaquin on Sunday. The Set Dancing Title and the Novelty Act Title. The Set Dancers were Killian Normoyle, Paraic Neylon, Oisin Hanrahan Kieran Moroney, Rebecca Hill, Orla McSweeney, Elizabeth Kelly & Maura Garry trained by Helen Hehir & Niamh Normoyle. The Novelty Act written & Produced by Anne Hayes was titled the Hurling Season and the cast were Ava O'Malley, Kieran Moroney, Gillian Cummins, Aine McSweeney, Miriam Daly & Orla McSweeney. They will next compete in the All Ireland Finals in Castlebar, Co Mayo on Sat Feb 19th. this is an All ticket event and tickets can be booked from  Anne Hayes.

U14 Presentation.

Medal Presentation: Kerry football star, Kieran Donaghy, was the special guest on Friday last to present the members of the Lissycasey U14 team with their Clare Feile Peil and Clare U14 championship medals. He also presented medals to U15 team, runners up in the West Clare championship.Before the medal presentation at Fanny O'Deas, the Kerry full forward met with the players at the club meeting rooms for a question and answer session. Kieran also made a presentation, on behalf of the club, to the team mentors Michael Collins, (Manager) Jamesie Meere, Michael Stephens, Denis O'Herlihy, David McMahon and Danny Pyne. Finally, he made a presentation to Elizabeth Finucane, the club's assistant secretary, who dealt with all the secretarial work for the underage section of the club last year. The players were introduced by manager Michael Collins and club chairman Johnie Neylon also addressed the gathering and he paid tribute to the players, the mentors and the parents for their help during the year.Both the manager and chairman paid a warm tribute to all who helped in the fundraising for the Feile trip to Derry. Befoire concluding , special guest Donaghy presented a Kerry Jersey, signed by all the Kerry panel , to the Club. 

A.G.M. 
There was a disappointing attendance at the annual general meeting of the club on Friday January 14 in the clubrooms. The positions of assistant secretary, treasurer and assistant treasurer weren't filled on the night after the outgoing Elizabeth Finnucane, Peter Hanrahan and Paudie Carmody respectively, did not seek re-election. Chairman Johnnie Nealon and secretary Geraldine Hill, who had earlier announced their  intention to step down, agreed to continue for another year. The club had a new vice chairman in Eamopnn Finnucane who will also act as Bord na nOg delegate while he will also share the duties of county board delegate with Anthony Culligan. The new coaching officer is Shane Normoyle and during a discussion on coaching, all agreed that a proper coaching structure is vital for the future of the club. It was also agreed that the club must work in close liaison with the local schools. A detailed financial report from Peter Hanrahan revealed that lotto income for the year amounted to €63,662.70, an increase of €26,000 on the previous year. the total income for the year cameto €98,213.84 while expenditure amounted to €88,469.85 which left a profit of 49,743.99 on the year's activities. Good wishes were extended to the club's Scorrepresentastives who will compete in the Munster semi-finals in Cashel on this Sunday (January 16) Officers elected for 2011 are; Patron--Fr. J. Hourigan P.P.; President--Fr. P.J.Melican; Vice-President--Senan Culligan Senior; Chairman--Johnnie Nealon; Vice-chairman--Eamonn Finnucane; Secretary--Geraldine Hill; Registrar--Martin Kelly; Co. Board delegates--Eamonn Finnucane and Anthony Culligan;Bord na nOg delegate--Eamonn Finnucane; P.R.O.--Seamus Hayes;  Coaching officer--Shane Normoyle; A.S.A.P. officer--Denis O'Herlihy;Cultural officer--Anne Hayes; Child Welfare officer--Ann Hanrahan; Field chairman--Jamesie Meere; Senior team manager--Barry Keating; Junior manager-- Christy Talty; Under 21 manager--David Considine; Minor manager--Oisin Talty; Under 16 manager-- Michael Collins; Under 14 manager--Thomas Considine; Under 12 and under 10 managers to be appointed; Under 8--Paddy Griffin

Scor na nOg: Lissycasey have qualified for the Munster Scor na nOg Finals in Ballad Group (Aine & Orla McSweeney, Miriam & Caoimhe Daly, Ava O'Malley) Novelty Act titled the Hurling Season, (Kieran Moroney, Ava O'Malley, Miriam Daly, Gillian Cummins, Orla & Aine McSweeney) and Set Dancing (Killian Normoyle, Paraic Neylon, Oisin Hanrahan ,Kieran Moroney, Rebecca Hill. Orla McSweeney, Elizabeth Kelly & Maura Garry.) The Munster Final takes place in Cappaquin, Waterford on Sun Jan 30th, at 2.30p.m. 

November 2010:

U15 Final. Kilrush 4.09 Lissycasey 0.09. The game was played at Coolmeen under ideal weather conditions.The sides were level at half time however a stronger Kilrush side took control in the second half and claimed the title. 

Congratulations:  Well done to Caherea & Clondrinagh NS who defeated Lahinch in Schools Div 5 Final played Thursday Nov 4th at the Gael Scoil Pitch in Ennis. Final Score was Caherea/Clondrinagh 5.06 Lahinch 2.06. Well done to all involved. 

October 2010:

U21 A Final: Ennistymon 2-11 Lissycasey 0-7 There was no joy for Lissycasey in the Clare under 21 A football final played as a curtain raiser to the senior final at Cusack Park on Sunday. A stronger and better balanced Ennistymon team deservingly captured the Clare crown. The absence of Niall Kelly, team captain and Sean Hayes, both suspended, from the Lissycasey team, was a huge blow. After a first half in which the teams were evenly matched, the North Clare side upped the tempo in the second period and deservingly came out on top to make up for the disappointment of losing last year's final to Cratloe whom they had dethroned in the semi-final two weeks earlier. Lissycasey could certainly have been closer had they availed of more of the chances which they created but they struggled to cope with the superior strength of their opponents who also showed a high level of fitness. Lissycasey struggled to win possession around midfield while their defence was also under pressure from a Sean McConigley inspired Ennistymon full forward line.Lissycasey started brightly and Matt O'Shea put them in front after just twenty seconds when he intercepted a pass and raced through to fist the ball over the bar. Eoin Fitzgerald followed with a point after a break by corner back Martin O'Connor and they should have had another score or two before Ennistymon opened their account in the ninth minute. For the next ten minutes Ennistymon piled on the pressure and points from Michael McDonagh and Sean McConigley were followed by a Joey Rouine goal. At half time, Lissycasey trailed by two points, 1-5 to 0-6 which appeared  to be a good position for Lissycasey as they would have the aid of the breeze in the second half but Ennistymon returned in much more determined mood and they quickly took a grip on the game. The winners dominated the second period although Lissycasey did have a couple of great goal opportunities which they failed to avail of. It was a disappointing result for the locals but given that all but two of the starting fifteen are eligible again next season, they have every teason to look forward with confidence Lissycasey;--Kevin Moran; Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan, Martin O'Connor; Tom Collins, Noel Casey, Danny Clohessy; Matt O'Shea (0-1), Enda Finnucane (0-3); Eoghan Fitzgerald(0-1), Francis Hayes(0-2), Kevin Hanrahan; Michael O'Neill, Dermot Nagle, Sean Kelly Subs---John Cabey for Hanrahan (inj. 22 minutes); Eoin Enright for Fitzgerald (50 minutes)


Senior Relegation.  Lissycasey have retained Senior Status for 2011 by defeating O'Curry's in the replay of the Senior relegation which was played in Labasheeda on Saturday. Lissycasey  2-7  O'Curry's 0-8  Lissycasey will compete at senior level in 2011 as a result of this merited win over O'Currys in a senior championship relegation play off at Labasheeda on Saturday. Two goals in the opening quarter laid the foundations for this victory in a replay Lissycasey were a little fortunate to earn two weeks earlier. This time they were the better side over the hour and merited the victory which guarantees them their senior status while the men from the West Clare penninsula will drop down to intermediate level for the coming season. The winners of Saturday's game were dealt a huge blow in mid week the experienced Colin Lynch picked up a hamstring injury in training which ruled him out of the game. Also out due to injury was defender Martin O'Connor while Niall Kelly and missed the game due to suspension as he sent off in the drawn tie. A great run by midfielder Anthony Kelly led to the opening goal which was scored by wing back Gerard Murphy who was one of the winners' stars in this tie. Midfielder Kelly who also had a fine game, scored his team's second goal when he drilled the ball low to the net. These scores helped Lissycasey to lead by four points at half time when the score was 2-2 to 0-4, the winner's first half points coming from Martin Daly and Paul Nagle while Ger Quinlan, Tadhg Concannon and Michael Carmody were on target for the losers. On the resumption O'Currys tried to get back into contention but Lissycasey matched them score for score and the West Clare men were never able to get closer than four points to their opponents. As the game entered 'injury time' O'Currys full forward Mark Roche suffered a serious leg injury and he had to be assisted from the pitch and taken to hospital. Ger Murphy, Michael Melican, James and Anthony Kelly and Paudie Carmody worked tirelessly for the winners throughout. Scorers  Lissycasey;--Anthony Kelly and Ger Murphy (1-0) each; Martin Daly (0-3) Enda Finnucane, Danny Lynch, Paul Nagle, David Considine (0-1) each.  Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Michael Melican, Sean Hill Cathal Doohan; Cathal Hill, James Kelly, Ger Murphy; Anthony Kelly, Enda Finnucane; Paudie Carmody, Danny Lynch, Francis Hayes; Paul Nagle, Martin Daly, Derek McMahon; Subs---Oisin Talty for McMahon; David Considine for Nagle; Matt O'Shea for Carmody

September 2010

U21 A Semi-Final: Lissycasey 1.12 Miltown-St Josephs 2.05. A powerful opening 20 minutes that saw them open a nine-point lead laid the foundations for Lissycasey's merited win over Miltown in the County U21 Semi-Final which was played in Kilmihil last Saturday. The Winners were the better balanced side and fully deserved their victory in a game, that for the most part, was played in a sporting manner.A bit of needle crept into the game in the closing stages, resulting in referee Damien Fox sending off three players,two from Miltown and one from Lissycasey on straight red cards.The opening score of the game came in the sixth minute when Matt O'Shea struck for the winners goal, finishing off a good move that involved Eoin Fitzgerald and Francis Hayes. Points followed from Kevin Hanrahan, Enda Finucane, ( free ) and two each from Francis and Sean Hayes to put Lissycasey 1.06 to 0.00 with 22 minutes played. A further two minutes went by before Miltown opened their account when Joe Curtin converted a 13m free. When the half time whistle sounded, it was 1.07 to 0.02 in favour of Lissycasey. When play resumed the winners took up where they had left off and added early points from Sean Hayes & Dermot Nagle before Miltown had a brace from Joe Curtin. Another Nagle effort put the winners 9 points clear and this was the position as the game reached the three-quarter stage. A foul on Sean Malone led to a Miltown penalty which Curtin shot to the roof of the net. A Sean Malone point followed to reduce the margin to five with 12 minutes still to play but Lissycasey did not panicand while they were under great pressure for a while the defence held firm. The next score didn't come until the final minute of normal time when Dermot Nagle pointed for Lissycasey. Six minutes before that, referee Fox had red-carded Michael Malone from Miltown and Sean Hayes from Lissycasey following a melee involving about 10 players from each side. Four Minutes into added time, Miltown had a second goal. Lissycasey had the final score when Michael O'Neill kicked an excellent point two minutes later. Miltown were down to 13 men when Sean Malone was shown a red card a minute later and the game was in the eighth minute of added time when the referee finally brought proceedings to a close. This was a strong team performance from Lissycasey despite the absence of Captain Niall Kelly due to suspension. Matt O'Shea and Enda Finucane gave the side the upperhand at midfield on a day when Daniel Clohessy, Martin O'Connor, Noel Casey, Francis Hayes, Dermot Nagle and Sean Hayes stood out. Lissycasey will now face Ennistymon in the U21 A Final. Lissycasey. Kevin Moran. Cyril Sheehan, Cathal Doohan. Martin O'Connor.Tom Collins. Noel Casey. Daniel Clohessy, Matt O'Shea (1.00). Enda Finucane.(0.02) Eoin Fitzgerald.Francis Hayes.(0.02) Kevin Hanrahan.(0.01)Sean Hayes.(0.03) Sean Kelly. Dermot Nagle(0.03) Subs: John Cabey For Kevin Hanrahan. Michael O'Neill (0.01) for Sean Kelly. 

August 2010:

U14 Championship: Lissycasey 8.05 Eire Og 5.08. The future for Lissycasey football club is extremely ;bright. That'st he message that was sent out loud and clear from Cusack Park on Monday evening when the club's under 14 team were crowned county A champions. The win completed a great double for the club as they had earlier won the County feile title. Eire Og Ennis were their opponents on each occasion and certainly made life difficult for the locals. The win means that the Liam Kelly memorial cup will rest in his native Lissycasey for the coming year. The late Liam was a staunch clubman and served in many positions including secretary before his untimely death. His nephew Sean, presented the trophy to Conor Finnucane after Monday's final. The latest meeting of the sides was a cracking affair in which Lissycasey came from being thirteen points in arrears at the end of the opening quarter to win by six. The game had everything, great scores, outstanding performances, goalmouth incidents and some of the best goals that will be seen at any level in the county this season. Conor Finnucane gave Lissycasey the lead when he pointed after twelve seconds but then Eire Og took over to go 4-2 to 0-1 in front after fifteen minutes. Lissycasey were clearly rattled but, to their credit, they steadied and got on top for the final ten minutes of the half. Goals from Conor Finnucane and Michael O'Malley brought them back into contention and when the half time whistle sounded the margin was down to two goals, 4-3 to 2-3. Lissycasey made a number of changes at the interval which were to play a big part in their win. Goalkeeper Killian Normoyle switched to an outfield role with Ciaran Doohan taking over goalkeeping duties while Cathal Fitzgerald came into the attack. Normoyle and Doohan excelled after switching roles. O'Malley started the second as he had finished the first with an excellent goal to close the gap to three points. Three Eire Og points restored the winner's six point advantage before Finnucane struck twice in a minute for goals that tied up the game at 4-6 for Eire Og to 5-3 with sixteen minutes to play. Eire Og then had a brace of points but a great Lissycasey move ended with an excellent goal from Seamus Collins and the champions were in front for the first time since the opening minute. It was a short lived lead as EireOg were awarded a penalty two minutes later and, just as he had done in the opening half, Conor O'Halloran made no mistake. Still, Lissycasey refused to throw in the towel and team captain Finnucane struck again with four minutes to go for what was his fourth goal of the evening. Brian Cahill followed with a point before Niall Meere rounded off a great move involving Finnucane and Normoyle with the final goal of the evening, a minute from the end. Meere had the final say a minute later with a great point. This was an outstanding team performance and rounded off a truly memorably year for the players and mentors Lissycasey;--Killian Normoyle; Roy Griffin, Ryan Griffin, Niall McCarthy; Levi Howard, Ciaran Doohan, Ronan Grace; Conor Finnucane (4-1), Brian Cahill (0-1); Gary Stephens (0-1) Michael O'Malley (2-0), Seamus Collins (1-0); Darragh Hanrahan, Gary Hill (0-1) Niall Meere (1-1); SubsCathal Fitzgerald for Hanrahan; Oisin Hanrahan for Hill; Daire Meaney, Shane Keating, Conor Mullins, Liam Halpin, David Cahill, Eric Griffin, Niall Coote, David Cleary.

July 2010:

Garry Cup Div 2 Lge Semi-final: St Jospeh's 0.07 Lissycasey  0.06. Lining out without eight members of the squad, all ruled out through injury, there were fears ahead of this division 2 league Semi-final at Ballyea on Saturday that Lissycasey might suffer a heavy defeat. As things turned out they were decidely unlucky not to have won this game played in wet conditions which made ball handling and distribution very difficult.Team Captain Cathal Hill suffereed a hamstring injury in the previous week's O Gorman Cup Final. Anthony Kelly picked up a leg injury at training in midweek, Paul Nagle and Martin Daly were struggling to shake off leg mussle injurys while Martin O'Connor, Enda Finucane, Danny Clohessy and Cathal Doohan all picked up injuries in the under 21 s great victory over Cooraclare-Kilkee on Thursday evening. At the end of a hard fought first half Lissycasey led by a point but should have been more in front as they were guilty of some very poor shooting.they were down to 14 men shortly before half time when Barry Keating was dismissed but St Josephs had defenderGer Fannin sent off early in the second half.. Lissycasey went two points clear but the introduction of Colm Mullen, son of Brendan who shone for Lissycasey in the seventies,proved vital as he kicked three great points to tie up matters with less than ten minutes remaining. The Doorabarefield outfit kicked the winning point  in the second minute of injury time. Lissycasey: Joe Hayes. Michael Melican. Sean Hill. Niall Kelly. James Kelly. Barry Keating. Gerard Murphy. Colin Lynch. Matt O'Shea. Francis Hayes. Danny Lynch. Alan Nagle. Derek McMahon. Dermot Nagle. Oisin Talty. Subs: Paudie Carmody for McMAhon. MArtin Daly for D NAgle. 

U21: Lissycasey 0.10 Cooraclare/Kilkee 0.08   

Division 4 league: Lissycasey 1-6 Kilmurry-Ibrickane  0-9 Both sides can point to missed chances in this division 4 league semi-final which took place at Cooraclare last Thursday. Kilmurry-Ibrickane despite the fact that they were short some regulars, had the better of the early exchanges but they recorded a number of wides. They led 0-4 to 0-2 at half time. Early in the second half Gerry Moran scored the game's only goal when he converted a penalty and Lissycasey went on to open a three point lead. However, Kilmurry put in a strong finish to snatch a draw. Goalkeeper Kevin Moran, deputising for the injured Shane Normoyle, turned in a superb performance and brought off three superb saves. Gerry Moran was another to stand out on the evening, particularly after he moved to centre back midway through the first half. Lissycasey;--Kevin Moran; Paul Clancy, Gerry Moran Kieran Donnelly; Cyril Sheehan, Martin Hill, Fergal Talty; Noel Finnucane, Pat Healy; Cathal Talty, David McMahon, Tom Collins; Sean Collins, Paudie Carmody, Dermot Nagle; Subs:Kevin Hanrahan, David Clancy;

Junior A championships Ml. Cusacks  1-13  Lissycasey  2-4 An experienced Ml. Cusacks side proved too strong for Lissycasey in the opening round of the junior championship. The North Clare side, relegated from intermediate level last year, are clearly determined to get back up to the higher division. Paudioe Carmody and Fergal Talty were the Lissycasey goal scorers while the points came from David Considine and Sean Hayes. Lissycasey;--Kevin Moran; Paul Clancy, Martin Hill, Barry Keating; Fergal Talty, Gerry Moran, Cyril Sheehan; Noel Finnucane, Pat Healy; Dermot Nagle, David McMahon, Cathal Talty; Sean Hayes, Paudie Carmody, David Considine; Subs: Kieran Donnelly, Tom Collins.

O'Gorman cup final: Doonbeg  1-11  Lissycasey  0-5: Goals win games they say and so it proved at Doonbeg on Sunday evening. As a very evenly contested first half drew to a close, the sides were level at 0-2 each. Then an outfield error saw Lissycasey lose possession and Doonbeg launched a counter attack which yielded the game's only goal. Doonbeg dominated the second half to emerge worthy winners of the title. The loss of team captain Cathal Hill due to injury after five minutes proved a huge blow to Lissycasey hopes on an evening when they were also without Paul Nagle due to injury. Lissycasey;--Shane Normoyle;  Michael Melican, Sean Hill, Martin O'Connor; Cathal Hill, James Kelly, Alan Nagle; Anthony Kelly, Matt O'Shea; Danny Lynch, Colin Lynch, Ger Murphy; Enda Finnucane, Francis  Hayes, Derek McMahon; SubsGerry Moran, Paudie Carmody, Oisin Talty

Munster medalists; Cathal Doohan was a member of the Clare minor hurling panel which won the Munster title in Thurles last Sunday. Cathal was outstanding in Lissycasey's historic minor A football win last season and he is currently a member of the club's minor, under 21 and senior panels. Kilmaley's Michael O'Neill, another of the successful minor football panel last year was also part of the Clare minor panel on Sunday

Garry cup semi-final :Lissycasey senior footballers will make the short journey to Ballyea this Saturday to play St. Josephs in the semi-final of the division 2 league. The winners, in addition to getting through to play for the title, will win promotion to the Cusack cup for next season. The game will take place at 6.30p.m.

Under 21 championship Lissycasey will take on the Cooraclare-Kilkee amalgamation in the under 21 A football championship quarter final on this Thursday evening in Kilmihil at 7.30p.m.

Minor football :Lissycasey will begin the defence of the minor A championship on this Wednesday when they travel to Gurteen to play Doora-Barefield, under 16 finalists two years ago. Next week, Lissycasey will have home advantage against Ennistymon

Feile Peil na nOg. A great time at Feile. Lissycasey represented Clare at the Feile Peil na nOg finals in Derry last weekend and while they didn't manage to win a title, they performed impressively and represented the county well. Lissycasey opened their challenge in division 4 when they proved too strong for their hosts Buncranna, winning on a 2-10 to 0-1 scoreline and they followed this up with another comprehensive victory, this time over Glenullin from Derry, by 4-8 to 2-0 In their final group game they came up against De La Salle fromWaterford who were also unbeaten at this stage. At the end of a hard fought contest, the superior physical strength of the Waterford side saw them earn a 1-4 to 0-2 victory to qualify for the semi-final.  De La Salle went on to contest the final but they were beaten by Longford side, Northern Gaels. On Friday evening, Lissycasey participated in the Feile parade through Derry City. The panel returned home on Sunday eve.

Senior Championship:Ennistymon 2-7 Lissycasey  0-5 There was huge disappointment for all involved with Lissycasey football when the club's senior team went down to Ennistymon in this senior championship first round played at Cusack Park last week.Going into the game following impressive league wins over Cratloe , Wolfe Tones and their championship opponents and with an impressive O'Gorman cup success over Kilmurry-Ibrickane in the bag, hopes were high locally that another victory would follow.However, the favourites were rocked in the opening minutes andbefore the game was ten minutes old, Lissycasey found themselves ten points in arrears. From here on they were always struggling and whilematters did improve a little, it wasn't sufficient to prevent the side from losing.This result leaves Lissycasey with a huge task if they are to qualifyfor the knock out stages of the championship. they meet Cratloe in round two in early August. The Ennistymon full forward line caused huge problems for Lissycaseywith John McInerney the target at full forward while his flankers, Danny Rouine and McConigley were constantly on the move As the North Clare side dominated in most areas in the opening half, apart from those early scores from McConigley, they failed to add to his tally before the break and this is something that is sure to concern their backroom team ahead of round two. Lissycasey were struggling in most areas and this is reflected in the scoreline which showed that they could only manage a point in this half and this came from midfielder Colin Lynch after eighteen minutes.Lissycasey were fortunate not to concede a third goal eight minutes from half time when Joe Hayes pulled off a great save from John McInerneyFor the second half  Lissycasey introduced Oisin Talty and Martin Daly to their attack in place of Danny Clohessy and the injured AlanNagle. Ger Murphy switched from wing forward to wing back in place of Clohessy. Nagle, the only Lissycasey forward to threaten in the opening period, picked up a leg injury and his absence was a big loss to the team. Hopes of a Lissycasey rally were rocked in the early minutes of the second half when Brian Conway and Danny Rouine (free) increased the North Clare outfit's lead to nine points.At the other end of the field Lissycasey struggled to win possession in all areas of the attack Lissycasey captain Cathal Hill tried hard to rally his team and he kicked a fine point with six minutes remaining while Joe Hayes, Colin Lynch and Alan Nagle, until injured also got through some good work Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Michael Melican, Sean Hill, Martin O'Connor; James Kelly, Cathal Hill (capt) Danny Clohessy; Enda Finnucane, Colin Lynch; Ger Murphy, Danny Lynch, Alan Nagle; Paul Nagle, Anthony Kelly, Francis Hayes; Subs---Oisin Talty for A Nagle (inj) half time; Martin Daly for Clohessy, half time;  Derek McMahon for A. Kelly (51 minutes); Scorers---Martin Daly (0-2), frees; Colin Lynch, Paul Nagle, Cathal Hill (0-1) each;

Kilrush 1-7 Lissycasey  0-9. Lissycasey were short a number of regulars when they took on Kilrush in this final round league tie at Kilrush last week. the visitors led 0-6 to 0-3 at half time but Kilrush fought back strongly after the break. However, it was a defensive error which resulted in the game's only goal, a score which proved crucial in giving Kilrush victory by the narrowest of margins Lissycasey;--Joe Hayes; Michael Melican, Sean Hill, James Kelly; Cathal Hill, Cathal Doohan, Danny Clohessy; Matt O'Shea, Colin Lynch; Derek McMahon, Danny Lynch, Ger Murphy; Enda Finnucane, Francis Hayes, Oisin Talty,Subs--Dermot Nagle, David Considine .Despite that disappointing loss, Lissycasey are through to theleague semi-final having finished in third spot behind St. Josephs and Kilrush

May 2010: 

O'Gorman Cup: Lissycasey  0-14  Kilmurry-Ibrickane  0-12 (after extra time) Lissycasey dethroned the O'Gorman cup title holdersKilmurry-Ibrickane in a lively semi-final tie which required extra time at Cooraclare on Tuesday evening.The win gives Lissycasey a final date against Doonbeg and this will be a repeat of the final in the first year of the competition in 2006 when Lissycasey were victorious.Given that Lissycasey are facing into championship action on Saturday week, the team management has decided not to play the final on this Sunday evening. Instead they have suggested the weekend of June25/26 and 27 as an alternative. In Tuesday's semi-final, there was little between the sides at any stage and the lead changed hands on a number of ocasions in the game.Kilmurry had early points from Michael Hogan and Johnnie Daly before Lissycasey replied through Francis Hayes and Enda Finnucane. At half time Lissycasey led by the odd point in seven. It was score for score throughout the second half  as the sides were level at the end of normal time approached. In the fourth minute of injury time Kilmurry looked to have secured a place in the final when Noel Downes pointed but Lissycasey hit back and centre back Cathal Hill ensured that extra time would be needed when he levelled (0-9 each). The introduction of county minor Niall Hickey appeared to turn the tie in Kilmurry's favour as he pointed twice in the first period ofextra time to give them the lead but a superb effort from Lissycasey substitute Oisin Talty left just the minimum between the sides at the end of the first period (0-11 to 0-10). Points from Martin Daly and Gerry Moran saw Lissycasey go back in front before Johnnie Daly kicked a superb equaliser for the holders to leave the score at 0-12 each with five minutes still to play. Lissycasey dominated this period when  the experienced Colin Lynch and Martin Daly landed points to secure victory. A worrying note for Lissycasey is the fact that a number of injuries were sustained and there is concern for the fitness of Anthony Kelly ahead of next week's championship tie due to an ankle injury Lissycasey; Shane Normoyle; Michael Melican, Sean Hill, Martin O'Connor; James Kelly, Cathal Hill, Daniel Clohessy; Enda Finnucane(0-3) Colin Lynch (0-1) Ger Murphy (0-1), Danny Lynch, Alan Nagle;Derek McMahon, Anthony Kelly, Francis Hayes (0-4);Subs---Paul Nagle for McMahon; Oisin Talty (0-1) for Finnucane;Martin Daly (0-2) for A. Kelly (inj) Gerry Moran (0-1) for Clohessy;

U12 Championship.
Lissycasey have qualified for the the Quarter Final of Under 12 Div 1 Championship where they will meet Doorabarefield in two weeks time. 

U10 West Clare: Lissycasey were defeated by a stronger Clondegad side in the West Clare U10 FInal held at Cooraclare on Monday May 31st. Final Score Clondegad 2.09 Lissycasey 3.01

Garry Cup: Lissycasey  1-10  Ennistymon  1-6 Lissycasey kept uptheir challenge for Garry cup honours with this merited win over Ennistymon at Lissycasey on Saturday evening.The foundations for the win were laid in a powerful first half performance which saw the home side 0-8 to 0-2 in front at half time thanks to scores from Colin Lynch, Alan Nagle and Francis Hayes. After the break, Ennistymon fought back and they cup the margin to the minimum when David Davenport converted a penalty. Lissycasey responded impressively and Gerard Murphy crashed the ball to the net to ensure victory for the home side who had Anthony Kelly back for his first game in the campaign. Following this win, Lissycasey are now third on the league table behind joint leaders Kilrush and St. Josephs. Lissycasey's final game in the league will be against Kilrush. Lissycasey and Ennistymon will meet again in two weeks time, this time in the opening round of the senior championship Next up for Lissycasey is an O'Gorman cup semi-final against the title holders Kilmurry-Ibrickane on this Tuesday evening in Cooraclare at 7.30p.m. Lissycasey. Joe Hayes; Michael Melican, Sean Hill, Martin O'Connor; James Kelly, Cathal Hill Daniel Clohessy; Enda Finnucane (0-1) Colin Lynch (0-3); Gerard Murphy (1-1) Danny Lynch, Alan Nagle (0-3); Paul Nagle, Anthony Kelly, Francis Hayes (0-2);Subs--Oisin Talty for Paul Nagle; Derek McMahon for Francis Hayes
 
 

O Gorman Cup. Lissycasey 0.11 Miltown 0.08. Lissycasey secured a place in the Semi-Final on the O'Gorman Cup when they scored a merited win over Miltown at Kilmihil on Wednesday evening (19/5/10) Lissycasey, who were without the unavalable Danny Lynch, and Derek McMahon (Holidays), Joe Hayes(Inter County Senior Panelists who are not alowed to play in this competition) along with injured Paul Nagle and David Considine, led from the start and were 0.08 to 0.04 in from at half time. Martin Daly played his first game of the season for the winners and he managed a very valuable contribution, contributing 0.07 of the teams total, five of his scores coming from frees. Miltown tried hard to get back into contention after the break but the Lissycasey defence and particulaty the full back trio of Michael Melican, Sean Hill and Martin O'Connor excelled. There was a lot of pressure on Lissycasey in the second half as they were down to fourteen men for the last twenty minutes after Alan Nagle was unluck to pick up a second yellow card. Lissycasey, the first winners of this title,will now play the holders Kilmurry Ib who are chasing a fourth title in a row. The Semi-Finals are scheduled for this Saturday (Doonbeg play Cooraclare in the other game) but at the time of writing , the word on the grapevine is that the games will be deferred so as not to cut accross the Clare Junior Team's Munster Chanpionship outing on Sunday.  Lissycasey: Shane Normoyle.Michjael Melican. Sean Hill, Martin O'Connor, James Kelly, Cathal Hill,(0.01) Daniel Clohessy. Enda Finucane.Colin Lynch, Ger Murphy (0.02) Alan Nagle. Fergal Talty. Oisin Talty. Martin Daly,(0.07) Francis Hayes (0.01) Sub Noel Finucane for F Talty. 

Feile Peil na nOg 2010

Feile Peil na nOg Final: Lissycasey 1.14 Eire Og 0.08. Lissycasey will be travelling to Derry to represent Clare in the 2010 Feile Peil na nOg National Football festival at the beginning of July following an exciting  win over Eire Og in the Clare Final at Cusack Park on this Tuesday evening. This was an excellent game of Football with some outstanding scores from the winners who were 0.07 to 0.03 ahead at half time. Early in the second half Eire Og cut the margin to the minimum but then Lissycasey stepped upa gear and excellent points from the outstanding Michael O'Malley sent them on thie way. Brian Cahill was the goal scorer after he moved to full forward and mid fielder Conor Finucane also kicked some impressive points. Eire Og fought back again towards the end but Lissycasey Captain, Killian Normoyle, made an outstanding save from a penalty.The win means that Lissycasey will represent the County for the Second time in thier history in the National Competition. They previously won the Clare title in 1997 and went on to represent Clare in Donegal where they won an award for the best turned out team at the official parade.After the game Bord na nOg Peil Secretary Anne Hayes, a member of the Lissycasey Club , had the honour of presenting the Shield to Killian Normoyle:The members of the Victorious squad are: Killian Normoyle, Ronan Grace, Ryan Griffin. Niall McCarthy, Seamus Collins, Oisin Hanrahan, Levi Howard. Conor Finucane (0.05) Brian Cahill (1.02) Gary Stephens. Ciarain Doohan. Michael O'Malley, (0.06) Daire Hanrahan. Gary Hill (0.01) Niall Meere. Subs: David Cleary. Shane Keating, Joe Carmody, Conor Mullins. David Cahill. Eric Griffin. Liam Halpin. Niall Coote.Daire Meaney. The Mentors are Michael Collins: (Team Manager) Denis O'Herlihy, Jamesie Meere. Michael Stephens. and Danny Pyne is in charge of the kit. 

 
 
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