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Published 15/04/2014 | 05:40
GAA Club Lotto was launched in the Yeats Tavern. Phil Gallagher, Club Treasurer is co-ordinating the Lotto on the Club's behalf and Lotto tickets are available from Phil or any member of Club Executive.
Rathcormac NS lost an exciting Allianz Quarter Final Hurling fixture to Geevagh NS. Our thanks to Geevagh NS who travelled for the game
Sligo GAA are Holding a one day Easter Camp in Curry Pitch on Thursday 24th April from 10 - 2.30 bring a lunch and drink. €5.00 per child. .
The U14 boys were narrowly beaten by Tubbercurry on Monday evening. The U16 boys had a good win over Enniscrone/Kilglass on Monday also but were beaten by St. Farnan's
Best wishes to U12 boys who travel to Croke Park on Wednesday to play in a blitz.
The Senior men drew with Tourlestrane in the second round of the Senior League.
Well done to RedÓg Murphy, (captain), Aidan O'Hora, Eoghan Sweeney, Alan Reilly, Michael Jennings, Keelan O'Hara, Oisin Hannon and Dillon Wright, and the rest of the St Attracta's First Years boys team who beat Claregalway College to win the Connacht Post Primary B Championship final.
Our senior team beat St. Johns in round two of the league last Saturday on a score line of 0:11 to 0:07. They are away this Sunday against St Molaise Gaels at 5pm. Our Intermediate team are away to Easkey this Saturday at 7pm.
An Easter camp takes place this Thursday in Keash for underage children. For more information – please contact Fintan McGowan. Our U12 boys get their league campaign underway with an away game to Tourlestrane on Tuesday 15th at 7pm.
Congratulations to Gurteen Celtic U12 boys who won their Sligo-Leitrim League after a sudden death penalty shootout.
The club extend sympathy to the families and friends of Philomena (Ena) Surlis (née Sherlock) of Shroofe, Monasteraden and Gertie Tansey (née Callaghan) of Rathmadder, Gurteen
St. Nathy's senior league campaign finally got started on Sunday in Bunninadden with a win against St. Marys, 3-18 to 0-03. The Connacht League commences on Tuesday evening in the centre of excellence Ballyhaunis at 19.15 against Kilkerrin/Clonberne.
The intermediate team accounted for Curry last Sunday morning in Quigabar on a score-line of 1-16 to 1-5. Next up is a home tie against Coolera/Strandhill next Saturday evening at 7pm.
This year, following a few years without a second adult team, the club has entered a Junior 'B' side. They will compete in Division Four, and that competition gets underway next Friday evening when the team take on neighbours St Farnans at 6.30pm in Templeboy.
The minor team were beaten by both Curry and St Farnans in consecutive days (Monday and Tuesday) last week. The lads will look to find their first win when they meet Tourlestrane next Thursday in Quigabar at 6.30pm.
Our u16's will play St Pats on Tuesday evening at 6.30pm in Skreen. Our u14's next game is scheduled for April 25th. Training continues this week.
The u12's begin their league campaign at home to Shamrock Gaels at 6.30pm on Tuesday evening.
The under 14 team obtained a second win in a row when they defeated Calry/ St. Joseph`s on Monday last in St. Farnan`s Park by 5-22 to 2-0. Their next game is away to Tourlestrane on Friday, April 25th at 6.30 p.m. On Tuesday the minor team, also playing at home successfully overcame the challenge of Enniscrone/Kilglass by 6-12 to 2-4.They play away to Curry on Thursday at 6.30 p.m.The under 16 team had a comfortable away win over Curry on Friday by 3-12 to 1-3.The under 12 team play their first game of the season at home on Tuesday against Owenmore Gaels at 7 p.m.
The intermediate is at home on Saturday at 5p.m. when they face Shamrock Gaels. The junior team play Enniscrone/Kilglass on Friday at 6.30 in St. Farnan`s Park.
The annual Community Games Table Quiz will be held in Templeboy Old School on Good Friday at 9p.m.
Congratulations to the winners of County medals at the Art Finals -Gold: April Finnegan; Silver: Cian Gillen, Eoin Gordon, James O`Connell and Conor Lang. Congrats also to under 16 player Stephen Mulligan on winning the All Ireland final of Siansa Gael Linn in the National Concert Hall. Stephen was part of the group "Iontas".
Owenmore Gaels are hosting an Easter camp in Connolly Park, Collooney on Wednesday and Thursday the 16th and 17th of April from 10am to 2pm. The camp will cater for children from the ages of 6 to 16. This is free to all club members and €10 to non-members. Any queries please contact Trevor Sweeney on 087-1710909
The U-16 girls kept their unbeaten run going with a draw with Tourlestrane last week, the boys had a fine win over St.Marys. The Seniors were well beaten by Castleconner on Sunday.
Tubbercurry/Cloonacool U16 team defeated Easkey on Friday evening, last. Their next match is against Curry on Easter Monday.
Tubbercurry/Cloonacool U12 team play St. Molaise Gaels in Grange this evening, Tuesday at 7pm. Our U8s & U10s play their first match at home to Ballisodare on Wednesday evening in the Community Park at 7pm.
The senior team are at home to Coolaney/Mullinabreena this weekend.
A fundraising walk takes place on Easter Monday, 21st April commencing at the Community Centre, Cloonacool at 11am. P
Results: senior Football League Division 1, St. Johns 0-7 Eastern Harps 0-11,Senior Football League Division 2: St.Johns 3-10 St. Michael's 3-11
The Jackpot now stands at €7400 and the next draw is on the 21/4/2014
Our yearly lottery tickets which cost €50 are now on sale from club members and local outlets
Underage Coaching has commenced in the new pitch in Cleveragh for all players from 7 years to 12 years olds. This is on every Monday from 6.30 to 7.30pm. New players are very welcome.
A nursery for children aged 5 and 6 year olds will commence on the first week of May in Cleveragh. More details to follow.
We are bag packing in Dunnes, Cranmore on Holy Thursday 7pm to 10pm and 9am to 9pm on Good Friday. We urgently need volunteers even if only for 1 hour. Phone 087 6787803 if your available.
The Jigs n Reels fundraiser will take place on Easter Sunday night 20th April, in the Sligo Park Hotel. Twelve couples from Coolaney, Mullinabreena, Tubbercurry, Cloonacool, Curry, Geevagh and Ballymote will strut their stuff on the night, all in aid of our Club development fund. The participants are as follows: Anne Gorman and Dara Mulvey, Fr. Peter Gallagher & Inez Wims, Lisa Naughton & Sarah McIntyre, Leo Coleman & Yvonne Roddy McGowan, Fiona McCarrick Marren & Francis Mannion, Hillary Durcan & Fabio Cretaro, Michael Barrett & Michael Healy, Mary Munds & Peter Lyons, Bill Carty & Mari Johnston, Stephanie O'Reilly & Raymond Connolly, Jacqueline Barrett and Criostóir Davey, Anthony McGowan and Collette McGuinn.Tickets are now on sale from members of the club Executive or local retail outlets.
U.8 and U.10 coaching has Started on Saturday mornings in Nace O Dowd park at 10am.
The seniors will play Cloonacool next weekend in the league, please see fixtures for details. The minor team will play Tubbercurry in Kilcoyne park on Thursday 17th April at 6.30pm. Our U.16 team will play Owenmore Gaels on Monday 21st April at 6.30pm, in Nace O'Dowd Park.
The U.12 team will travel to Croke Park on wednesday 16th April to play in a blitz arranged by Connacht Council.
The seniors defeated Easkey on a scoreline of 1-11 to 2-06. Their season continues on Saturday evening when they play away to St.Johns at 7.00.
The minors lost out to St.Michael's by six points in the league last week. They play Shamrock Gaels away from home this week.
The u-14s lost to Shamrock Gaels in their second league match. Training takes place this Wednesday at 7.00.
The Juniors get their league campaign underway on Easter Monday. They play Drumcliffe at home at 2.00.
The u-12s also begin their season away to Easkey at 7.00 this evening
The u-16s play Drumcliffe this Monday at 6.30 at home. The u-8's train on Wednesday's at the GAA pitch at 7.00. The u-10's train every Monday on the astro turf at 5.15.
St Farnan's Ladies
A good week for the club on the playing field began with a great win for the U-16's over Geevagh after a thrilling encounter played in Templeboy on Wednesday.
Meanwhile the Intermediate team secured back to back league wins with a hard fought victory over Eastern Harps in a game also played on home soil on Sunday. The team take on St. Michaels at home in the next round on Sunday next.
The club are staging a Fundraising walk on Good Friday, April 18th
St Pat's seniors collected the points on the scoreline of St Pats 2-6 Bunninadden 0-10.St Pats. They travel to face Geevagh on Sunday next Apr 20th at 5pm. The juniors beat Coolear/Strandhill by nine ponts and are away to Shamrock Gaels on Saturday at 7pm.
Mionors travel to play Bunninadden on Thursday at 6.30pm while the U.16s are at home to Enniscrone on Tuesday and away to Calry next Monday at 6.30pm.
St Pats U10s and U8s commence their campaign when the host Calry/St Josephs on Wednesday 16th at 6.30pm.
The Joker Jackpot draw took place on Saturday last in the Fiddlers Elbow.
St Pats wish to thank all involved and those who helped with The Sligo Champions/Skoda cycle series last Saturday week.
The Spring Clean in conjunction with An Taisce will take place on Good Friday April 18th. The club ask all in the parish to lend a hand on the day and meet at the Community Centreat 10.15am.
Congrats to Micheal Kearins from all at the club on his induction into the GAA Museum Hall Of Fame. A great honour for a wonderful footballer.
Our seniors had a narrow defeat on Saturday against St Patricks in Skreen on a scoreline of 2-6 to 0-10. Well done to our u14s who had a big win over St Molaise Gaels last week.
Our u-11s have the great honour of lining out in Croke Park on April 14th. Minors play away to Geevagh on Monday 14th at 6.30. They will also play against St Pats at the community park on Thursday at 6.30.
U12s play St Michaels in Ballintogher on Tuesday 15th at 7pm
U16s play their next game on Friday against Geevagh at the park at 6.30 and are away on Monday 21st to St.Michaels
Juniors have their first run out on Friday evening against Tourlestrane at 6.30pm
The annual 7K fun run/walk takes place on Easter Monday 21st April at 1PM. This is a fundraiser for underage football
Coaching for U6's, U8's and U10's continues each Saturday morning at 11AM in Coola
Well done to Coola PPS who won the Connacht Colleges C Junior Final last weekend. The Gaels had 14 players on the panel.
The Senior team had a hard earned (0-11) to (0-11) draw away to Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Saturday.
The Junior team lost (0-16) to (1-9) away to St Marys in the first game of the league. They are at home next Saturday at 7PM to St Pats.
The minor team had a good win over St Pats last Tuesday - scorers were Michael Kilkenny (1-2), Enda O'Connell (0-1), Darragh Hailstones (1-1), Daniel Willis (2-2), Mark Kearns (3-2), Caolan Morrisroe (1-4) - they now take on Ballymote at home this Tuesday.
The U16 team had a great 1-23 to 0-6 win over St Maloise Gaels last Friday. They now play Eastern Harps on Easter Monday.
The U14 C team defeated Ballymote by 2 points on a scoreline of 4-2 to 2-6 last Monday.
The U12 team get their campaign underway this Tuesday with an away game against Enniscrone.
Geevagh NS hosted a very enjoyable "Black and White Day" on Friday last. Special guest was Sligo and Connaught great Micheal Kearins.
The u-8 and u-10s take to the field on Wednesday eveining. The opposition will be provided by our neighbours St Michaels. The game will take place at Pairc Ailbhe at 6:30pm. Players should assemble at the dressing rooms at 6pm. Many thanks to miss Una Clarke who has now concluded her term of employment at Geevagh NS. Una was an integral part of our u-8 and u-10 coaching team during this period.
Our senior ladies play St Brendans of Claremorris in the Connaught League at the centre of excellence in Ballyhaunis on Tuesday at 7pm.
Our u-12 and u-16 girls suffered defeat last week while our u-14 boys had a good win over Castleconnor. Our u-12 boys open their league campaign this week when they travel to St Johns.
Our Intermediate team had a hard fought win over St Farnans on Saturday on a scoreline of 3.07-1.10. Next up is the Benson Cup Final on Friday evening in Corran Pk Ballymote V Castleconnor.
Another busy week ahead for our underage teams.
On Tuesday our u/12's are away to Curry while on Wednesday our u8's and u/10's have their first competitive outing away to St Pats. Cars meeting at clubhouse at 6pm to travel to this game.Thursday sees our u18 Ladies take on St Molaise Gaels at Hazelwood, Ladies u/18's are out again on Monday against Coolaney Mullinabreena while our u/16 boys take on St Pats at home.
Our Senior Hurling team face St Mary's Carrick on Shannon in the Dermot Molloy Hurling League on Saturday at home in Hazelwood.
The Intermediate team were successful at the weekend with a 1 point win over St John's in Div 2 League next Saturday at 5pm they take on Owenmore Geals at home.
The Minors overcame St Pats on Sunday morning and they now play Geevagh at home.
The Under 16's also were successful with a good win over Ballymote and will take on Drumcliff/Rosses point in Oxfield.
The Ladies were defeated by Geevagh on Sunday Morning and at this time we are unaware of their next fixture.
Training for Under 6/8/10's copntinues on Saturday mornings at the pitch at 11am all new members welcome.
The club express sympathy to the Dolan Family Fivemilebourne on the passing of Mattie Dolan and to the O Loughlin Family Killery on the passing of Austin O Grady.
Our Senior continued there great start to the season with a hard fought victory over our neighbours Coolera Standhill. The final score was St. Mary's 2-13 Coolera Standhill 0-8. It's a busy week ahead for our senior team as first they take on Tubbercurry in the Kieran Cup final on Friday in Ballymote throw in 7pm. While on Sunday we return to League action as we travel to Tourlestrane throw in 5 pm.
On Sunday our Junior team had an impressive victory over Shamrock Gaels as we run out winners 0-16 to 1-9 . This week we have a home game against Curry. On Thursday our Minor team take on Easkey in the league at home in Kent Park
Our U8 and U10 Boys travelled to Oxfield on Saturday morning for the opening round of fixtures in their respective Blitz competitions. Our four squads turned in some great displays. Thanks to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point for their excellent organisation on the day. There will be no underage coaching this Easter Saturday.
St Molaise Gaels
Minor Boys go to Hazelwood this Thursday evening to play Calry/St Joseph's at 6.30pm.
Our senior team drew withTubbercurry on Saturday/ This Easter Sunday at 5.00pm the team are at home to Eastern Harps.
On Friday evening last our U12 Girls made it two wins from two fixtures after defeating CT Gaels in Enniscrone. This Wednesday evening April 16th our U16 Girls have a rearranged fixture away to St Michael's.
There was disappointment though for our U16 Boys beaten 1-23 to 0-06 by an excellent Shamrock Gaels side in Coola on Friday night last.
On Bank Holiday Monday the side will look to get back on winning tracks with a home fixture against Owenmore Gaels at 6.30pm.
Next Tuesday April 22nd our 12 boys A and D squads open their season with home fixtures against Tubbercurry at 7.00pm.
The first U6's & 8's Football Blitz takes place this Wednesday evening in Kilcoyne Park. Parents and Guardians are asked to have their players at the park for 6:45.Training continues each and every Friday evening at 6:30pm for our U6's 8's. U14's & 16's HURLING TRAINING
U14's & 16's Hurling Training is every Sunday evening at 6pm.
The Kiernan Cup final versus St. Mary's is down for decider on Good Friday at 7pm in Corran Park, Ballymote.
Last week the Tubbercurry/Cloonacool minor footballers had a win away to St. Molaise Gaels in The Expert Electrical U18A League. This week in the League the Minor Footballers play Coolera Strandhill in Kilcoyne Park on Thursday at 6:30pm.
In the Expert Electrical U14A Football League the Tubbercurry/Cloonnacool U16 football won on a 1:02 to 3:09 scoreline away to Easkey.