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Senior's 2011/12 Premier Division
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2011-2012
Team
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Avondale Utd*Champs*
17
14
0
3
35
15
20
42
Rockmount*+2
18
8
7
3
38
21
17
33
Mayfield Utd
18
8
5
5
31
25
6
29
St. Mary's
18
8
3
7
21
20
1
27
Douglas Hall
17
7
4
6
22
25
-3
25
Everton
18
6
5
7
17
21
-4
23
College Corinthians*-1
18
7
1
10
21
27
-6
21
Midleton
18
5
5
8
23
28
-5
20
Blarney Utd
18
5
4
9
26
35
-9
19
Leeds
18
1
6
11
22
39
-17
9

 

 

Date
Competition
Venue
Opponent
Result
Scorers
           
16th May League Home Everton Won 3-0 John Mallon, Cormac Ahern 2
27th Apr League Home College Corinthians Lost 0-1  
23rd Mar League Away Blarney Utd Won 2-3 John Keane, Ian Stapleton 2
10th Mar League Away Leeds Won 1-2 Damien Daly, Ian Stapleton
2nd Mar League Home St. Mary's Lost 0-1  
25th Feb League Away Mayfield Utd Drew 2-2 Kevin O'Brien, Ian Stapleton
17th Feb Beamish Cup Home Bandon Won 2-0 Ian Maher, Andrew Knowles
11th Feb League Away College Corinthians Won 2-0 Ian Stapleton, Kevin O'Brien
20th Jan League Home Rockmount Lost 1-4  
13th Jan League Home Douglas Hall Drew 1-1  
7th Jan League Away Avondale United Lost 3-0 -
9th Dec League Home Mayfield United Won 1-0 Ian Stapleton
20th Nov Cup Away Fermoy Drew 1-1 Fermoy won 5-3 on pens
13th Nov League Home Leeds Drew 2-2 Andrew Knowles 2
5th Nov League Away St. Mary's Lost 3-1  
28th Oct League Home
Blarney United
Drew 2-2
Dave Stack , Ian Stapleton
21st Oct League Away Rockmount Lost 1-0  
25th Sept League Away Everton Drew 2-2 Killian Flavin, Ian Stapleton
16th Sept League Home Avondale United Lost 0-1 -
11th Sept League Away Douglas Hall Lost 2-1  
           
           
           
Goal Scorers
   
Ian Stapleton
8
Andrew Knowles
3
Kevin O'Brien
2
Cormac Ahern
2
Killian Flavin
1
Dave Stack
1
Ian Maher
1
Damien Daly
1
John Keane
1
John Mallon
1
 

 

Senior's 2011/12 Team Reports

League at home to College Corinthians onFriday 27th April 2012
Midleton 0 College Corinthians 1

Midleton lost one nil at home to College Corinthians in the league. Midleton started well and had a few chances that just did not come off. Defences where very much on top in the first half. Midleton finished the first half with 10 players when Peter Horgan received a second yellow for a late tackle. College scored the all important goal in the second half to put more pressure on Midleton. To their credit the Midleton players gave it all with a huge effort and took the game to college but it wasn't to be. Midleton wait on Blaney FC V Rockmount next match before going into the last match of the season against Everton.

 

League away to Blarney United on Friday 23rd March
Blarney United 2 Midleton 3

Midleton senior team continue their battle to stay in the premier league. Playing away to Blarney Midleton had an excellant win coming from behind and push them further up the table. Having played more games than others Midleton will have to wait over the next two weeks for others to catch up. But its all to play for. John Keane opened the scoring for Midleton after an error from Blarney keeper. Barney equalised 10 min later. Barney took the lead in the second half in the 57th and Midleton hit back again through Ian Stapleton. Midleton pushed for the three points with some lovely attacking play and where awarded for their efforts when Ian Stapleton hit the target again with a great strike from 15 yards.

Midleton played the better football and fully deserved this win. Up front Knowles and Stapleton where a handfull through out the match. Midfield of Keane, Cody, Flavin and Daly worked very well and provided great support when attacking and defending. Midleton defence was lead by Ian Maher who again was very dominant in the air. Stack Horgan, Hickey and keeper Costiga also play well. Harrington came on for Keane and O'Riordan for Daly. Manager Mark Duggan and coach Liam Mc Mahon where very pleased with the way the team played. Both teams had more opportunities but Midleton football display and determination won out and will now look forward to cup action next week.

 

League away to Leeds on Saturday 10th March
Leeds 1 Midleton 2

Midleton earned a hard faught important win over Leeds away in the league. Midleton started brightly with a good few opportunities within the first 20 minutes of the match. The opening goal came from a corner by Ian Stapleton when Damien Daly reacted quickly to head home from 6 yards. Leeds equalised before half time and Midleton had Kevin Tattan sent off which looked very harsh decision by the referee.

With ten players Midleton battle he second half with a great performance of determination and where rewarded with the winning goal from Ian Stapleton. Fantastic effort from Midleton who had several changes due to injuries and work commitments. Debut for Dave Connaughton who played very well before going off injured to be replaced with another young player Emmet Cotter from the under 19 team. Ian Maher had a fantastic performance at central defence but what stood out the most was the commitment and work rate by every player to win this match.

 

League at home to St Mary's on Friday 2nd March
Midleton 0 St Mary's 1

Midleton failed to to overcome St Marys at home in their league match at Knockgriffin Park. Midleton had a change team due to injuries to P Horgan, K O'Brien, K Tattan and long term R Barnes. St Marys started the better team and were much more competitive in the first half both team had few chances in the first half but it was St Marys who scored the only goal of the match.

Midleton had a much better second half playing better attacking football but did not take their chances in front of goal. Midleton are ahead of games played now and will need to get more points into the bag if their are to stay in the premier league. Its looking very tight and could go down to the last match of the season.
Four matches to go come out and support the lads.

 

League away to Mayfield United on Saturday 25th February
Mayfield United 2 Midleton 2

Midleton played a two all draw away to Mayfield in the league. Kevin O'Brien opened the scoring for Midleton after 5 min with a lovely strike from 15 yards. Mayfield equalised in the 55th min but Midleton hit back when Ian Stapleton scored Midleton second in 70th min. With 5 min to go Mayfield made it two all.

Midleton had two great chances to snatch the winner but it not come their way. Probably a fair result at the end of the match. Midleton take on St Mary's at home next Friday night.
Another big Premier league match, Come out and support the lads.

 

Beamish Cup at home to Bandon on Friday 17th February
Midleton 2 Bandon 0

Midleton senior team got off to a good start at home to Bandon in the first round of the Beamish Cup. Goals by Ian Maher and Andrew Knowles made sure Midleton went through to the next round. Good to see another player Killian Flavin back from injury and come through without any problems.
The senior team are back in league action next weekend away to Mayfield.

 

League at home to College Corinthians on Saturday 11th February
Midleton 2 College Corinthians 0

Midleton senior team got back to winning ways with a great win and a valuable three points over College Corinthians in the league. This was a great boost for the players and new management team of Mark Duggan and Liam Mc Mahon. John Ryan and Barry Mc Mahon steped down after six years in charge and we would like to thank them for the contribution and progress they have made to with our club senior team. Ian Stapleton and Stephen O'Brien were Midleton scorers on the day with good performances from Dave Stack Peter Horgan in defence. In midfield Ian Maher and Kevin Tattan played very well and up front Stapleton and Knowles worked tirelessly through out the game.

 

League away Avondale United on Saturday 7th January
Avondale United 3 Midleton 0

Midleton travelled away to to top of the League Avondale Utd. It was a game that Avondale where always in control of there passing was much more crisp than Midleton and their attacking pace stood out. But things could have been different from the very start. Cian Flemming had a great srike after only 10 min but his shot was cleared off the line. Avondale went on to score two before halftime.
Midleton to there credit had a much better second half with Knowles and Stapleton coming close at times in front of goal. But Avondale defence where up to the task and kept Midleton at bay. Avondale scored their third goal with 5 min to go.
Midleton will now look to their next league match to get some valuable points to climb away from the bottom half of the table.

 

League at home to Mayfield United on Friday 9th December
Midleton 1 Mayfield United 0

Midleton collected their first three points in the league with a well deserved display at home to Mayfield. The points where very important and it was also revenge for losing out to Mayfield in FAI Intermediate cup. The all important goal came about when Andrew Knowles did very well to cross for Ian Stapleton, Midleton only goal. Midleton had a number of other chances but manager John Ryan will be very pleased with the result and look forward to the new year with more confidence.
Their next game is a league match next Friday at home, 7.30pm.

League at home to Leeds on 13th Novmeber
Midleton 2 Leeds 2
Midleton Senior team where again denied three points when in the closing minutes of the match Leeds equalized from a free kick. Midleton had taken the lead twice in this game Andrew Knowles scoring both goals Midleton. Ian Stapleton had some good opportunities in front of goal but it wasn't to be his day.

Midleton continue to play good football in this very competitive premier league but results just not going their way. It was nice to see Andrew Knowles back on form and receiving the Beamish Stout Man of the Match.
Keep it up lads. 

 

League away to Everton on 25th September
Everton 2 Midleton 2

Midleton seniors met Everton in the Premier Division of the Munster Senior League on what was a very wet and blustery morning at Everton Park. Midleton started very well, dominating the opening exchanges of the first half even though they were playing against a strong wind and up the infamous Everton Park hill. Midleton created a lot of chances up the right with Martin Hickey and Brian McCarthy combining to good effect and probably should have been ahead had any one of number of good crosses been converted.

However after 15 minutes Midleton were dealt a sucker punch when a free kick inside the Everton half found its way to the back post and was converted with an impressive first time shot.

Midleton kept pressing however and again had the better of the play for most of the remainder of the half. With 20 minutes left in the half a mixup in the Everton defence saw the ball fall to Killian Flavin whose low shot from 25 yards found the bottom corner of the net. Playing conditions were very difficult with both wind and rain playing havoc and this was to prove to Midleton\'s undoing shortly before half time. A clearance form the Everton half was missed and a low cross into the Midleton box was adjudged to have been handled by a Midleton player and Everton converted the resulting penalty kick.

Midleton came out in the second half determined to turn the tie around. Everton\'s keeper made a great save from Martin Hickey\'s 20 yard pile driver after some very good midfield build-up play. With 15 minutes gone in the second half Midleton were rewarded for their battling in the middle of the park. Ian Stapleton was put through on goal and while the keeper saved well from his shot Brian McCarthy was taken down in the box after collecting the rebound. Ian Stapleton sent the keeper the wrong way and finished high into the top corner.

The match ebbed and flowed with chances for a third falling to both sides. With 5 minutes on the clock Midleton were reduced to 10 men when Peter O\'Halloran was sent to the line after challenging the Everton centre forward who was bearing down on goal. Everton piled on the pressure and hit the post twice in the closing stages even though Midleton still looked a threat on the break. Midleton held out though and after 5 minutes of injury the referee called time on the match.

While Midleton had the better of the chances over the 90 minutes both sides were happy with a point. Midleton players put in a strong performance throughout with paticularly strong performances coming from Dave Stack, Martin Hickey, Mark Duggan, Tom Daly, Brian McCarthy and Killian Flavin.

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