Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th November 2018
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21 footballers are through to the semi-final stages of the A Championship. They await confirmation of their next fixture.
Thanks to our fantastic team of stewards who provided great hospitality once again for last Saturday’s Connacht Club Junior Football Championship tie between Easkey and Balla. A word of praise too to our pitch committee who had the playing surface in superb shape despite heavy rain in the week leading up to the fixture.
Pride of place this week goes to Gavin Duffy, Oisin Hynes and Michael Duffy following Sligo’s capture of the U-16 Fr Manning Cup title in Longford last Saturday. With Gavin at corner forward, Oisin at wing back and Michael in the Bainisteoir’s bib, Sligo ended as 2-14 to 1-9 winners. Well done to the lads and everyone involved on a great success for the county.
Lights for Quigabar
The club has secured planning permission for the erection of floodlights on our main playing pitch at Quigabar. Further details on potential progress in regard to this project in the near future.
Christmas is coming…
With Christmas on the way, check out the club’s online shop with O’Neills for some high quality club gear. There’s a great selection and any item would make for a great present. To visit the site, visit the O’Neills website and search for Enniscrone/Kilglass under the GAA club section.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. The draw continues every Saturday night.