CLUB NOTES 2019

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 15th September 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team play Easkey in the championship quarter-finals on Saturday, September 28
th at 7.30pm in Tourlestrane.

Junior B

Commiserations to our Junior B footballers on their exit from the championship last Sunday when they lost out to Coolera/Strandhill, 2-9 to 1-9, at Ransboro. The lads rallied well in the closing stages but the home side held on. Thanks to Pat Darcy, Karl Finnerty and the panel of players for their efforts all year.

Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minors lost to St Farnan’s/St Patrick’s 0-15 to 0-11 at Quigabar in their final group stage match in the championship last Friday. Irrespective of that result, the lads have qualified for the semi-finals where they’ll meet St Molaise Gaels in the coming weeks.

U-16

Our U-16s play Castleconnor on Monday evening (September 16
th ) in the C Championship semi-final at 6.15pm in Corballa. Good luck to the team and management.

U-14

The U-14s make their long-awaited return to competitive action when they host Owenmore Gaels in their B Championship semi-final on Thursday evening at 6.30pm. Best of luck to all.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 8th September 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers lost out to Bunninadden, 2-10 to 3-9, in their final championship group last Sunday in Cloonacool. This was a disappointing result for the lads and they will hope for major improvement going forward. They now go through to the quarter-final stage, where they will play Easkey on the weekend on September 28
th/29th. Time, date and venue will be confirmed in due course.
Junior B

Our Junior B footballers play Coolera/Strandhill next Sunday, September 15
th at 2.30pm in Ransboro in the championship quarter-final. Best of luck to the players and management.
Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minors play St Farnan’s/St Patrick’s in their final group stage match in the championship on Friday, September 13
th . Throw-in at Quigabar is at 6.30pm.
U-16

Our U-16s have qualified for the C Championship semi-finals, where they’ll play Castleconnor on Monday, September 16
th at 6.15pm in Corballa.
Best wishes

The club extends its best wishes to Fr Eddie Rogan who left his position as curate in Enniscrone last weekend, and welcome Fr Gerard O’Hora to the parish.


  Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 1
st September 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers resume their championship campaign on Sunday next against Bunninaddden in Cloonacool at 2.30pm. Please support the team in their final group stage fixture. Best of luck to the players and management.

Junior B

Our Junior B footballers have qualified for the quarter-final stage of the championship where they will meet Coolera/Strandhill on the weekend of September 14
th/15th.
Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minors play St Farnan’s/St Patrick’s in their final group stage match in the championship on Friday, September 13
th.
U-12

Our U-12s endured an agonizing one-point defeat to Ballymote/Bunninadden in their Division One county final last Tuesday. In dreadful conditions, our lads ended up on the wrong side of a 0-10 to 0-9 scoreline despite a brilliant effort. This is a fine squad of players and they have performed very well all year. Our thanks to all the players, their parents and the management team of Paul Bourke, Eamon Harnett, Eamon O’Malley and Brandon Fitzgerald for their hard work throughout the year. Better days lie ahead!

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring a bottle of water. All welcome.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 25th August 2019
U-12

Our U-12 footballers will look to end the season with silverware when they clash with Ballymote/Bunninadden on Tuesday evening at 7.15pm in Scarden in the Division One county final. The lads and management have had a fine campaign and would appreciate your support on the night. It is an opportunity for many of the squad to secure a unique football and hurling double, after a number of the players won the Division One hurling title last week in the green and white of Western Gaels. Best of luck to the players and management.

Junior B

Following the weekend’s results in other matches, our Junior B footballers have progressed to the quarter-final stage of the championship. They will play Coolera/Strandhill on the weekend of September 14
th/15th.

U-14

Our U-14s still await confirmation of their knockout stage fixture.

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring a bottle of water. All welcome.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 18th August 2019
U-16

Our U-16s had a good 6-12 to 2-8 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Monday in Quigabar. They take on Castleconnor on Monday evening (August 19
th) at 7pm in Castleconnor.

U-12

Our U-12 boys have qualified for the county final following an impressive 0-15 to 0-7 win over Eastern Harps at Quigabar last Friday night. They will play Ballymote/Bunninadden in the final on Tuesday, August 27
th at 7.15pm in Scarden.

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th August 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team secured their third win in the group stage of the championship with a hard-earned 1-9 to 0-9 win over St Patrick’s in Castleconnor last Saturday evening. In dreadful conditions, our lads did just enough to end as winners. They have a break in competitive action now until September 7
th/8th, as focus switches to their last group match against Bunninadden.

Junior B

Our Junior B footballers put in a good display to get their first win of the championship on Sunday evening at Quigabar, overcoming Castleconnor by two points, 2-9 to 2-7. With one win from their two group games, the lads now need other results to go their way to progress to the knockout stages.

Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team beat Shamrock Gaels by three points, 0-11 to 0-8, in the championship last Thursday evening. Their final group game is against St Farnan’s/St Patrick’s in September.

U-16

Our U-16s play Coolaney/Mullinabreena at home on Monday, August 12
th at 7pm.

U-14

Our U-14s produced a good display to beat St Patrick’s by 4-8 to 2-11 in Dromard last Thursday. With their three groups matches now played, the lads are guaranteed to top the group with three wins. Details of the knockout stages will be confirmed in due course.

U-12

Our U-12s play Eastern Harps in the semi-final on Friday evening at 7pm in Quigabar. Good luck to the players and management.

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome.

SSE Airtricity

Our thanks to SSE Airtricity and Martin Burns for their continued support of the club. Martin presented the club with sponsorship last Sunday.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 4th August 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team picked up their second successive win the championship last Saturday evening when they overcame the challenge of Geevagh of a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-6. Trailing 0-5 to 0-3 at half-time, an improved second half which included a goal from Bryan Jacob saw our lads end as seven-point winners. They now turn their attention to round three and a meeting with St Patrick’s on Saturday evening next (August 10th) at 7.15pm in Castleconnor. 
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers lost out to St Farnan’s in the first round of the championship last Sunday evening, 1-8 to 1-6. They play Castleconnor in round two – in a must-win encounter – next Sunday evening at 6pm in Quigabar.  
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team picked up their first championship win with a 2-9 to 1-9 defeat of Curry at Quigabar last Wednesday. They play Shamrock Gaels in Coola next Thursday at 7pm. 
U-16
A depleted U-16 side went down to Calry/St Joseph’s, 6-14 to 2-8, last Monday evening. They play Coolaney/Mullinabreena at home on Monday, August 12th at 7pm. 
U-14 
Our U-14s had an excellent win over St John’s last Friday, 4-11 to 4-9. They play St Patrick’s away on Thursday evening (August 9th) at 7pm. 
U-12
Our U-12s are scheduled to take on Eastern Harps in the Division Two semi-final on Tuesday, August 13th at 7pm in Quigabar.  
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring a bottle of water. All welcome. 

 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 28th July 2019
Intermediate

A strong finish helped our Intermediate team get their championship campaign off to a winning start with a hard-earned 0-13 to 0-11 win over St John’s in Cloonacool on Sunday last. 0-6 to 0-4 down at half-time having played into the breeze in the first half, the lads eventually edged ahead coming down the home straight. Attention now switches to the round two meeting with Geevagh next Saturday evening (August 3rd) in Tourlestrane at 7pm. Please support. 
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers begin their championship campaign on Sunday, August 4th away to St Farnan’s at 6pm. 
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team suffered a disappointing 3-7 to 0-11 loss to St Molaise Gaels last Thursday in the championship. They play Curry on Wednesday evening in an important game at 7pm in Quigabar. 
U-16
Well done to our U-16s on their 5-7 to 2-13 win over St Pats last week. They travel to Hazelwood to play Calry/St Joseph’s on Monday evening (July 29th) at 7pm. 
U-14 
Our U-14s host St John’s on Friday night at 7pm. 
U-12
Our U-12s had a 0-23 to 0-5 win over St Michael’s last Tuesday to qualify for the league semi-finals. Details TBC. 
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome. 
Mothers and Others blitz
Well done to the Enniscrone/Kilglass Mothers and Others group on hosting a very successful blitz at Quigabar last Saturday, as part of the Black Pig Festival. 
Cúl Camp
Thanks to all the coaches, parents and children for another fantastic week at the annual Kelloggs Cúl Camp in Quigabar last week. 

 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 21st July 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers get their Intermediate Championship campaign underway on next Sunday (July 28th) against St John’s at 1pm in Cloonacool. Best of luck to the players and management. Your support would be greatly appreciated. 
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers begin their championship campaign on Sunday, August 4th away to St Farnan’s at 6pm. 
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team host St Molaise Gaels this Thursday (July 25th) at 7pm in Quigabar. 
U-16
Our U-16s begin their C Championship campaign on Monday, July 22nd at home to St Patrick’s at 7pm. Best of luck to everyone involved. 
U-14 
Our U-14s had a big win over Castleconnor on Friday night last, 11-13 to 1-6, in the first round of the B Championship. They play St John’s on Friday, August 2nd in Quigabar in the next round. 
U-12
Our U-12s take on St Michael’s on Tuesday evening (July 23rd) from 7pm in Quigabar. 
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.45pm to 7.30pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome. 
Hurling
Commiserations to Western Gaels on their two-point loss to Easkey in the first round of the Senior Championship last Saturday evening. It finished 1-20 to 3-12 at Quigabar.  
International Masters
Congratulations to Con O’Meara and Michael Moyles on their involvement with the Irish Masters squad that had an 87-29 win over Australia in their Compromise Rules test last Saturday. Well done also to Con who was awarded the Irish Player of the Match award. 
Black Pig Festival
Best wishes to everyone involved in the organisation of the Black Pig Festival which gets underway on Thursday and runs right through until Monday. It promises to be another brilliant instalment of this popular week, so try to support the various events where possible.

 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th July 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate team lost out to St Farnan’s by a point, 1-16 to 2-12, in last Sunday’s final round league encounter at Templeboy. A very poor first half saw our lads trail at one stage by 1-9 to 0-2, but three late points in the first half left the half-time score at 1-9 to 0-5. To their credit, our lads battled hard in the second period but couldn’t edge ahead. However, the second half comeback was crucial as we retained our league status on scoring difference by a margin of three points. The lads now switch their attention to the championship which begins on the weekend of July 27th/28th against St John’s.
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers were forced to hand a walkover to St Mary’s for last Friday’s league semi-final fixture. The team now look ahead to the championship, which begins in the coming weeks.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers played out a cracking first round contest against Ballymote/Bunninadden in the Minor A Championship but lost out by 2-18 to 2-16. Their next assignment is at home to St Molaise Gaels on Thursday, July 25th.
U-16
Our U-16s begin their C Championship campaign on Monday, July 22nd at home to St Patrick’s.
U-14
Our U-14s take on Castleconnor in the opening round of the B Championship this Friday (July 19th) at 7pm in Corballa.
U-12
Our U-12 footballers lost to Geevagh by a point, 0-15 to 0-14, last Tuesday. Their next outing is at home to St Michael’s on Tuesday, July 23rd.
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.15pm to 7pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome.
Hurling
Best wishes to the Western Gaels senior hurlers ahead of the start of the Sligo Hurling Championship this weekend. They play Easkey in Quigabar – details TBC.
International Masters
Congrats to Con O’Meara and Michael Moyles on their selection for the Irish Masters squad for this Saturday’s clash with Australia.
Blotto
The blotto draw continues every Saturday night. There was no winner of last week’s jackpot, so next week’s draw will be for €5000. Thanks to all players for the continued support.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 7th July 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team picked up an important two league points at home on Sunday last, overcoming the challenge of St Patrick’s by 1-11 to 0-9. Our lads need to win their final league match next Sunday away to St Farnan’s (2pm) to be assured of Division Two status next year. Please support the team in Templeboy next Sunday for this important game. 
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers play St Mary’s in the Division Four league semi-final on Friday evening, July 12th, at 8pm in Kent Park. Good luck to the players and management. 
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers suffered a 1-16 to 1-14 loss in the league shield competition against Curry last week. They will now switch their attention to championship preparations. 
U-12
Our U-12 footballers play Geevagh away on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.15pm to 7pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome. 
County scene
Commiserations Josh Ellis, Eoin Hallinan and the Sligo U-20s on their loss to Mayo in the Connacht Championship last week. 


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 30th June 2019

Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers have a vital league match at home to St Patrick’s next Sunday at 2pm. Please support the team.

Junior B

Our Junior B footballers booked their place in the Division Four semi-finals with a comprehensive 5-18 to 1-9 win over Coolera/Strandhill at Ransboro last Sunday. They are scheduled to play St Mary’s in the semi-final with a time, date and venue to be confirmed.

U-14

Our U-14s represented the club with pride at Féile Peile na nÓg over the past weekend. While results did not go the way of an understrength team, they were wonderful hosts for our visitors St Manchan’s who ended as winners of the Division Ten Cup. We were delighted to host a great bunch who represented Offaly very well both on and off the field. A huge thank you to all parents and volunteers who helped in any way over the course of a busy weekend. Congratulations to our local ladies club, Eoghan Rua, on winning the Division Eight shield title. On the local front this week, our U-14s exited the league at the semi-final stage after a 6-12 to 1-10 loss against Shamrock Gaels.

U-12

Our U-12 footballers had a good win over Castleconnor on Tuesday evening, winning on a scoreline of 0-19 to 0-5. They play Geevagh away on Tuesday July 9th.

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.15pm to 7pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome.

County scene

Commiserations to the Sligo minors on their semi-final loss to Mayo in the Connacht Championship last Wednesday. While it was a disappointing end to the campaign, the lads can reflect on a positive year of progress. Well done to manager Michael Duffy and players Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes on their efforts – and congratulations to Gavin on being voted at Electric Ireland’s minor footballer of the week for his display against Roscommon. This week, the Sligo U-20s will be hoping for better fortunes against the same opposition when they travel to MacHale Park on Wednesday evening for a 7.30pm start in the Connacht Championship semi-final. Best of luck to everyone involved, including our own Josh Ellis and Eoin Hallinan.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 23rd June 2019
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers kept their hopes of progressing to the knockout stages of the league alive when they overcame the challenge of Castleconnor at Quigabar last Friday evening. 3-6 to 1-7 ahead at half time, our lads ended as 3-11 to 1-12 winners. They play Coolera/Strandhill away next weekend – at the time of writing a time and date had yet to be confirmed.
U-14
Our U-14s are set for a very busy week. On Monday evening (June 24th) they take on Shamrock Gaels in the B League semi-final in Quigabar from 7pm. Then, from Friday, they will play host to St Manchan’s Gaels of Offaly for this year’s Feile Peile na nÓg. The action begins in Quigabar on Friday evening, when our lads open their campaign against Butlersbridge of Cavan at 5.30pm. Then immediately after that at 6.15pm, they take on Curry. On Saturday morning, they play their final group game against St Manchan’s Gaels, and after that the competition moves to the knockout stages. Best of luck to the team and management; we as a club look forward to welcoming St Manchan’s Gaels to the parish for the weekend.
U-12
Our U-12 footballers host Castleconnor on Tuesday evening at 7pm in Quigabar.
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday from 6.15pm to 7pm in the indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome.
County scene
Two second half goals from Gavin Duffy helped Sligo get the better of Roscommon in last Friday’s Connacht Minor Championship match on a scoreline of 2-15 to 4-7 at Markievicz Park. Oisin Hynes also contributed a point, as Sligo now progress to take on Mayo in the provincial semi-final this Wednesday (June 26th) at 7.30pm in McHale Park, Castlebar. Please try to support the team and our clubmen Michael, Gavin and Oisin for this fixture. Elsewhere, congratulations to the Sligo hurlers on their magnificent Nicky Rackard Cup final win over Armagh in Croke Park and commiserations to the Sligo footballers, who exited the championship at the hands of Offaly.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 16th June 2019

Intermediate

Our Intermediate team suffered a 2-12 to 0-13 defeat at the hands of Calry/St Joseph’s at Hazelwood on Sunday morning last in the Division Two league. This was a disappointing outcome, particularly after an excellent start to the game saw the lads lead 0-4 to 0-0 after just five minutes. The sides were level at half time, 1-7 to 0-10, and there was very little in the second half but a late Calry/St Joseph’s goal before the game entered injury-time settled the contest. Best wishes to Rian Grimes who sustained a foot injury early in the game. Our lads have three weeks to prepare for another important game against St Patrick’s on the weekend of July 6th/7thin the penultimate round of the league.

Junior B

Our Junior B team host Castleconnor next Friday evening at 8pm in Quigabar.

U-14

The Feile Peil na nOg takes place on the weekend after next. As a host club, we are looking forward to welcoming St Manchan’s of Offaly to the parish for a couple of days. This is always a wonderful event and focusses on all that is good about the GAA. There will be games on the Friday and Saturday (June 28thand June 29th) at Quigabar, plus some social events. More details will be in next week’s notes, and on our social media platforms over the coming week.

U-12

Well done to our U-12 footballers on their 0-14 to 0-4 win over St Patrick’s in Dromard last week. Their next fixture is next Tuesday at home to Castleconnor at 7pm.

Nursery

Our Under 6 GAA nursery program continues every Monday 6.15pm to 7pm at indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Kids are asked to wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome. 5-6 hours5-6 hours

County scene

A goal from the boot of Oisin Hynes and three points from Gavin Duffy helped Michael Duffy’s Sligo minor charges to a second successive win in the Connacht Minor Championship last Friday – they beat Leitrim 1-20 to 1-9 at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada in Carrick on Shannon. They take on Roscommon next Friday evening in Markievicz Park at 7.30pm. Best wishes lads. Commiserations to Eoin Hallinan, Josh Ellis and the Sligo U-20s on their Philly McGuinness Cup final loss to Tyrone on Saturday last. And finally, best wishes to the Sligo Senior hurlers in the Nicky Rackard Cup final next Saturday against Armagh in Croke Park, and to the Sligo Senior footballers versus Offaly in the qualifiers next Sunday in Tullamore.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th June 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team have another important league fixture next Sunday morning at 11am away to Calry/St Joseph’s. Best of luck to the players and management. Please support if possible.
Junior B
Our Junior B team suffered a 3-14 to 1-12 defeat in Geevagh last Friday. Despite a poor first half, the lads rallied after half-time and showed well at stages. They have no game next weekend – their next outing is the following weekend at home to Castleconnor.
U-14
Our U-14s had a good win over Calry/St Joseph’s on Thursday evening at Quigabar, 4-13 to 1-3. They have topped their group and now progress to the knockout stages. Well done lads. They have a busy time coming up – for the Feile Peil na nÓg on the last weekend in June we will be hosting the St Manchan’s club from Offaly. More details later.
U-12
Well done to our U-12 footballers on securing a 0-17 to 0-7 win over Shamrock Gaels on Wednesday evening last in difficult conditions at Quigabar. They play St Pats on Tuesday evening at 7pm in Dromard.
Nursery
Our Under 6 GAA nursery program starts Monday June 10th from 6.15pm to 7pm at indoor Astro turf in Quigabar. This is for boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014. Can kids wear appropriate gear and bring bottle of water. All welcome
County scene
Best wishes to Michael Duffy and his Sligo minor team – including Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes – in their Connacht Championship match against Leitrim next Friday evening in Carrick-on-Shannon. Good luck also to Eoin Hallinan, Josh Ellis and the Sligo U-20s in the Philly McGuinness Cup final on Saturday at 3pm in Mohill. Congratulations to the Sligo hurlers, who have will play in Croke Park the weekend after next in the Nicky Rackard Cup final after a brilliant semi-final win over Warwickshire last weekend. Best wishes to the team and management in the final.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 2nd June 2019

Intermediate

Our Intermediate team played out a 0-10 to 1-7 draw with St John’s in Division Two of the league last Sunday in Carraroe. On a windy afternoon, our lads trailed 0-6 to 0-2 at the break having played into the breeze in the opening half but started the second half poorly and failed to capitalize on their wind advantage. However, a wonderful Robert Jacob goal in the closing stages put the lads in front, 1-7 to 0-9, but St John’s equalized as the game entered injury-time. There is no league action next weekend.

Junior B

Our Junior B team produced an encouraging display to end as comprehensive 2-17 to 2-3 winners over Owenmore Gaels in their opening league fixture last Friday evening. This coming Friday, the lads take on Geevagh away at 8pm.

U-16

Our U-16s lost out to Castleconnor in their shield semi-final on a scoreline of 4-13 to 1-8 last Monday at Quigabar.

U-14

Our U-14s host Calry/St Joseph’s on Thursday evening from 7pm.

County scene

Well done to Michael Duffy, Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes on the Sligo minors excellent 0-16 to 0-12 win over Mayo on Friday. Eoin Hallinan was a second half substitute for the Sligo U-20s who qualified for the Philly McGuinness Cup final following a 1-12 to 0-13 win over Longford. Best wishes to the Sligo hurlers too – they will hope to continue their encouraging progress when they take on Warwickshire in the Nicky Rackard semi-finals this weekend.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 26th May 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate footballers collected two points in their latest league fixture, overcoming the challenge of Bunninadden at a blustery Quigabar on Sunday last on a scoreline of 3-10 to 2-8. Ahead by 2-6 to 1-6 at the break, our lads established a 3-8 to 1-6 lead midway through the second half and despite a late Bunninadden goal, held out for an important win. Best wishes to the Bunninadden midfielder who sustained an injury at the end of the match. Our lads take on St John’s next Sunday at 2pm in Carraroe in the next round.
Junior B
Our Junior B team enters the competitive fray for the first time this year when they host Owenmore Gaels next Friday evening, May 31st, at 7.30pm in Quigabar in the opening round of the league. Good luck to the players and management.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers have no game until July due to the state exams taking place in the coming weeks.
U-16
Our U-16s take on Castleconnor on Monday evening, May 27th, in the Division Two shield semi-final from 7pm in Quigabar. Good luck lads.
U-14
Well done to our U-14 footballers on posting a 6-16 to 3-8 win over Castleconnor last Thursday. Their next match – the last in the round robin section – is at home to Calry/St Joseph’s on June 6th.
U-12
The U-12 boys have a home outing against Shamrock Gaels on Tuesday evening at 7pm in Quigabar.
County scene
Commiserations to Gavin Duffy, Oisin Hynes and Michael Duffy on the Sligo minors’ narrow loss to Galway (0-15 to 1-10) at Tuam Stadium in the Connacht MFC last Friday. They play Mayo on Friday evening next at 7.30pm. At U-20 level, Eoin Hallinan was part of the Sligo squad that overcame the challenge of Leitrim midweek – they play Longford in the next round of the development league.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 19th May 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate footballers have an important match on Sunday next at Quigabar. They host Bunninadden at 12pm in their latest league outing. Please support – good luck to the players and management.
Junior B
Our Junior B side are set to begin their 2019 campaign on the weekend after next with a home fixture against Owenmore Gaels. Anyone who wants to play is most welcome. More details on time and date next week.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers have a break from competitive action due to the upcoming state exams. They are scheduled to play Curry in the A Shield semi-final in July. In the meantime, best wishes to all players sitting the Leaving Cert in the coming weeks.
U-16
Our U-16s were beaten by Coolera/Strandhill last week. With two wins from their four round robin matches, our lads progress to the shield semi-finals where they’ll host Castleconnor on Monday May 27th at 7pm.
U-14
Our U-14s also play hosts to Castleconnor this week on Thursday evening at 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s enjoyed a 0-25 to 0-1 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena on Tuesday evening last at Quigabar. They play Shamrock Gaels in Quigabar on Tuesday week, May 28th, at 7pm.
Astro Turf update
The construction of our indoor astro turf complex has been a game-changer for our club in terms of underage coaching and improving our younger players. It is also utilized by our local hurling club Western Gaels and our local ladies club Eoghan Rua, along with several community groups. We would not have got to this point without the remarkable generosity of the local community and beyond during the construction process. In line with this, we are now in the final stages of preparing the various inscriptions for erection within the building. Due to the continued high demand for walls, blocks and bricks, the club have decided to leave the application process open until May 31st, after which point we will be closing donations and subsequently erecting names of donors within the building. If you still wish to donate, please consult our club website here Virtual walls including wall donors, block donors and brick donors will be uploaded to our social media channels this week.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 6th May 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate footballers were beaten by Owenmore Gaels in Collooney on Bank Holiday Monday on a scoreline of 4-7 to 1-8 in Division Two. This was a poor performance and the hosts ended as deserving winners. Our lads have a three week break from competitive action ahead of a crucial match at home to Bunninadden at the end of May, during which time they will endeavor to improve on their recent form.
U-21
History was created on Friday night last at the U-21 footballers of Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey claimed the Sligo U-21 A football title with a six-point defeat of Eastern Harps, 1-15 to 0-12, at Cloonacool. Level at half-time, 0-6 apiece, our lads pushed on after the interval to end as winners, though the result was in doubt up until the final moments. This is a sweet success given the near-misses in recent years at U-21 level. Congratulations to the players and management. Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey: Shane Kilgannon; Niall Kilcullen, Josh Ellis, Eoghan Rua McGowan; Eoin Hallinan (0-1), Dylan Sloyan (0-1), Eanna Moylan; Mikey Gordon (0-2), Rory McHugh; Rian Grimes, Ciaran O'Dowd, Fionn Moylan (0-1); Andrew Kilcullen (0-3, 2fs), Joe McHugh (1-1), Gavin Duffy (0-6, 1 45'). Subs used: Aaron Duffy, Brandon Fitzgerald. Other panel members: Adam Mullaney, Dara Rouse, Conal Duffy, Finn Nelson, Eoghan Bourke, Daniel Rolston. Management: Con O'Meara, Dessie Sloyan, Vincent Cuffe.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers have two matches this week: on Tuesday, they host Tubbercurry/Cloonacool at 7pm in Quigabar before an away match to Curry on Friday at 7pm.
U-16
Our U-16s lost out to Owenmore Gaels in their most recent league match on Monday last, 6-10 to 1-3. They have one outstanding group match away to Coolera/Strandhill on May 13th where a win will put them into the cup knockout stages.
U-14
Our U-14s had a busy weekend! On Saturday, they held a hugely successful car wash fundraiser ahead of this year’s Feile competition which raised in excess of €900. Thank you to everyone who supported this event, as well as the players and management and to the Ocean Sands Hotel for post-car wash food. On Sunday, focus returned to matters on the field where the lads enjoyed a comprehensive 8-13 to 0-5 win over Calry/St Joseph’s in Hazelwood. This Thursday, they take on St Patrick’s in Dromard at 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s lost out to Calry/St Joseph’s last Tuesday, 0-14 to 0-11. Their next assignment is a home fixture against Coolaney/Mullinabreena on May 14th.
Eugene McGee RIP
The wider GAA community was saddened over the Bank Holiday weekend to learn of the passing of former Offaly football manager Eugene McGee. Our club had a unique connection with that famous Offaly side managed by the late Mr McGee, as he and the team visited to play Sligo on the occasion of our new pitch opening at Quigabar in 1983. Club members of the time will recall with fondness the generosity of Mr McGee in facilitating their trip to west Sligo. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 28th April 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers suffered a disappointing four-point defeat to local rivals Easkey on Sunday last, 1-9 to 2-10, at Quigabar. Level at half-time 1-3 to 0-6, our lads started the second half well but two Easkey goals in the second period proved decisive. The boys will look to respond with a better display when they play Owenmore Gaels on Bank Holiday Monday, May 6th, at 1pm in Connolly Park, Collooney. 
U-21
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21s play Eastern Harps in the A Championship final on Friday evening next, May 3rd, at 7.30pm in Cloonacool. Please support. Best of luck to the players and management. 
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers succumbed to two defeats last week to St Molaise Gaels and Ballymote-Bunninadden respectively. 
U-16
Our U-16s host Owenmore Gaels in their next league match on Monday April 29th at 6.30pm. 
U-14
Our U-14s played out a 5-9 to 6-6 draw with Castleconnor last Thursday evening. They take on Calry/St Joseph’s next Sunday at 12 noon in Hazelwood.  On Saturday next, there will be a car-wash fundraiser for our U-14s at Quigabar. All proceeds will go towards costs ahead of the Feile this summer. So, if your car needs a clean get down to Quigabar next Saturday any time between 10am and 6pm. Your support is much appreciated. 
U-12
Our U-12s have an away trip to Hazelwood to take on Calry/St Joseph’s on Tuesday evening (April 30th) at 7pm. 

 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 21st April 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate footballers collected their first win of the Division Two league campaign with a hard-fought three-point win over Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on Easter Sunday, 2-11 to 2-8. With a strong wind blowing from the Enniscrone end, our lads trailed 2-4 to 1-2 at half-time having played into the elements and eventually got their noses in front coming down the home straight. Next up is another home match next Sunday against Easkey at 1pm. 
U-21
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21s qualified for the A Championship final following an impressive 2-14 to 1-10 defeat of Shamrock Gaels at Coola on Good Friday. They will play Eastern Harps in the final on the May Bank Holiday weekend – details of a date, time and venue had yet to be confirmed at the time of writing. 
Minor 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers have two fixtures this week: on Monday the 22nd they play St Molaise Gaels away, and on Thursday they are at home to Ballymote/Bunninadden. Both games have 6.30pm throw-in times. 
U-16
Our U-16s host Owenmore Gaels in their next league match on Monday April 29th at 6.30pm. 
U-14
Our U-14s play Castleconnor in Corballa on Thursday evening in their second league fixture. Throw-in at 6.30pm.
U-12
Our U-12s opened their league campaign with a 0-24 to 0-7 win over Curry at Quigabar last week. Up next is an away trip to Hazelwood to take on Calry/St Joseph’s on April 30th. 

 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th April 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate footballers return to the league action next Sunday with their first home fixture of 2019 at Quigabar. Drumcliffe/Rosses Point are the visitors. Throw-in is at 3pm. Please support.
U-21
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21s booked their place in the A Championship semi-finals with a hard-fought 1-9 to 1-6 win over Tubbercurry/Cloonacool at Kilcoyne Park last Sunday. They take on Shamrock Gaels in the semi-final next Friday at 7pm in Coola. Good luck to everyone involved.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers are next in action next Monday April 22nd away to St Molaise Gaels.
U-16
Our U-16s edged out a two-point win over St Patrick’s last Monday, 4-6 to 3-7, in Dromard. This result leaves the team with two wins from their opening two matches ahead of round three in two weeks away to Owenmore Gaels.
U-14
Our U-14s played out a cracking match against St Patrick’s at Quigabar last Tuesday, eventually winning out by five points on a scoreline of 7-6 to 3-13. They are away to Castleconnor in their next game on April 25th.
U-12
The U-12 squad have their first competitive match of the year on Tuesday evening (April 16th) at 7pm at home to Curry at 6.30pm. Good luck to the players and management for the year ahead.
U-8
We had a wonderful evening at Quigabar for the first west Sligo U-8 blitz of the year. The club had two teams involved and all the boys and girls showed off the skills they’ve been practicing through the winter indoor training programme. Well done to all.
County Scene
Congratulations to Michael Duffy (manager), Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes on their involvement with the Sligo minor team that collected silverware last Saturday, winning the Ulster Minor League shield title against Down in Clones. A dramatic finish gave Sligo a 1-9 to 1-8 win. Good luck to the squad and management for the upcoming Connacht Championship campaign.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 7th April 2019
U-21
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21s got their A Championship campaign off to a winning start with a 4-21 to 3-10 win over St Mary’s at Quigabar on Sunday. They play Tubbercurry/Cloonacool next Sunday in Kilcoyne Park, Tubbercurry, where a win will ensure their progression to the knockout stages. The game has a 1pm throw-in time.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers play Curry away in their next league fixture on Friday next at 6.30pm.
U-16
Our U-16s had a 3-8 to 3-6 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena in the B league last week. They play St Patrick’s tomorrow (Monday) at 6.30pm in Dromard in round two.
U-14
The U-14s get their year up and running next Thursday evening with a home game against St Patrick’s at 6.30pm.
Sympathy
The club was very saddened to learn of the passing of Helena Murphy (nee Tuffy) last week. Helena was a good supporter of our club and was eager to help on the catering front on multiple occasions in the past. The club provided a guard of honour after last Thursday’s funeral mass, and last week’s U-12 match was also postponed as a mark of respect. We extend our deepest sympathies to the Murphy and Tuffy families at this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 31st March 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team suffered an opening round defeat to Geevagh in Division Two of the Senior Football League last Sunday. The home side ended as convincing 2-19 to 1-8 winners in Geevagh. Trailing by 1-8 to 1-2 at half-time, our lads had chances to trim the deficit before the break and showed promising signs at the start of the second half, but ultimately Geevagh were deserving winners. The team and management will hope for significant improvement ahead of the visit of Drumcliffe/Rosses Point to Quigabar on Easter weekend (April 20
th/21st).
U-21

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21s are set to begin their A Championship campaign next Sunday at 1pm against St Mary’s in Quigabar.

Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers play Curry away in their next league fixture on April 12
th.
U-16

Our U-16s host Coolaney/Mullinabreena in the B league tomorrow (Monday) at 6.30pm.

U-14

The U-14s get their year up and running on April 11
th with a home game against St Patrick’s.
County scene

Well done to Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes who were both involved in the Sligo minor footballers impressive one-point win over Donegal in the Ulster Minor League last Saturday. The team is managed by Michael Duffy.

Blotto – two in a row!

For the second week in succession, the blotto jackpot has been won. Congratulations to Tony Murphy, Templeboy, on matching the three winning numbers 6, 14, 30 to win the jackpot of €2000. Next week’s jackpot will be back to €2000. Thanks to everyone for the continued support.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24
th March 2019
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team will get their 2019 season underway next Sunday afternoon in their opening round Division Two fixture. They take on Geevagh at 2pm in Geevagh. Best of luck to the team and management for the coming year – please lend your support if possible.

Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers suffered an opening round defeat in the A league last Monday with a 1-9 to 3-10 loss to St Farnan’s/St Patrick’s. They are away to Curry in round two on April 12
th.
U-16

Our U-16s host Coolaney/Mullinabreena in the B league on Monday, April 1
st at 6.30pm.
U-14

The U-14s get their year up and running on April 11
th with a home game against St Patrick’s.
County scene

Ciaran O’Dowd was part on the Sligo Senior squad for last Sunday’s defeat to Offaly. Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes were both involved in the Sligo minor footballers narrow one-point loss to Tyrone in the Ulster Minor League last Saturday. The team is managed by Michael Duffy.

Hurling

Well done to the Western Gaels hurlers on picking up a 3-15 to 2-6 win over Tourlestrane in their first Dermot Molloy hurling league game on Sunday.

Parad
e
Well done to the organisers of last week’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Enniscrone on another very well-run and attended event.

Blotto

Congratulations to Shane Morrison, Culleens, on scooping the blotto jackpot of €6400 last Saturday night. Shane picked the winning numbers 14, 21 and 38. The jackpot for next Saturday’s draw in Gilroy’s Bar is €2000.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th March 2019
Registration night
Thanks to everyone who attended our registration night for 2019 on Friday last. If you or your son/daughter have yet to register, please do so ASAP by contacting the relevant team manager for details. All players must be registered to play for the coming year.
Intermediate
Our Intermediate team will get their 2019 season underway with a Benson Cup quarter-final at home to either Easkey or Bunninadden on March 23rd/24th. The league begins the following weekend with an away trip to take on Geevagh.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers begin their A league campaign in Quigabar against St Farnan’s/St Pat’s next Monday (March 18th) at 12pm.
Underage
Underage teams have resumed training. For information on the various team training schedules, please consult our website for a list of managerial teams and contact details.
Indoor coaching
Indoor underage coaching continues every Friday evening in our astro turf building. U-8 is from 6-7pm, U-10 from 7-8pm and U-12 8-9pm. All welcome.
Schools
Best of luck to Jesus and Mary Secondary School, Enniscrone, in their Connacht Post Primary C football final this Wednesday. They take on Scoil Mhuire of Strokestown in the decider on Thursday, March 14th, at 11am in the Connacht GAA Centre at Bekan.
County scene
Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes were both involved in the Sligo minor footballers win over with Fermanagh in the Ulster Minor League last Saturday. The team is managed by Michael Duffy.
Parade
Best wishes to the organising committee for the annual St Patrick’s Day Parade in Enniscrone which starts at 1pm next Sunday. This year’s theme is pride of place in anticipation of the upcoming plebiscite on the Placename of Enniscrone.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 3rd March 2019
Registration night
Our club registration night takes place for 2019 on Friday evening next, March 8th, from 6.-9.30pm in the clubhouse. It is imperative that all players are registered for the coming season for insurance purposes, and we would encourage as many people as possible to take up membership for the new year. Rates are as follows: Adult player: €70; Non-playing adult member: €50; U-18: €40; Family: €120. Forms will be available on the night.
Intermediate
Our Intermediate team will get their 2019 season underway competitively with a Benson Cup quarter-final at home to either Easkey or Bunninadden on March 23rd/24th.
Underage
Underage teams have resumed training. For information on the various team training schedules, please consult our website for a list of managerial teams and contact details.
Indoor coaching
Indoor underage coaching continues every Friday evening in our astro turf building. U-8 is from 6-7pm, U-10 from 7-8pm and U-12 8-9pm. All welcome.
County scene
Gavin Duffy and Oisin Hynes were both involved in the Sligo minor footballers draw with Cavan in the Ulster Minor League last Saturday. The team is managed by Michael Duffy. Good luck to the Sligo Senior hurlers in their Division 3B final against Longford next weekend.
Dinner Dance
Pictures from our recent club Dinner Dance are now available on our Facebook page.

 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24th February 2019
Intermediate
Our Intermediate team will get their 2019 season underway competitively with a Benson Cup quarter-final at home to either Easkey or Bunninadden on March 23rd/24th. 
Underage
Underage teams have resumed training. For information on the various team training schedules, please consult our website for a list of managerial teams and contact details. 
Indoor coaching 
Indoor underage coaching continues every Friday evening in our astro turf building. U-8 is from 6-7pm, U-10 from 7-8pm and U-12 8-9pm. All welcome. 
Dinner Dance
Pictures from our recent club Dinner Dance are now available on our Facebook page. 



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th February 2019
Dinner Dance
Our club Dinner Dance takes place on Saturday next, February 16th in the Diamond Coast Hotel at 8pm. Tickets are still available for €25 from Sheridan’s Kilglass, The Wild Atlantic Inn Kinard and Queenan’s Checkout Enniscrone. Our guest on the evening will be Tyrone legend Sean Cavanagh. It promises to be a great night with presentations to our U-16 and minor teams, as well as our usual individual awards. Don’t miss out!
Indoor coaching
Indoor underage coaching continues every Friday evening in our astro turf building. U-8 is from 6-7pm, U-10 from 7-8pm and U-12 8-9pm. All welcome.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 27th January 2019
AGM

Last Friday’s club AGM in the clubhouse was held in front of the largest crowd in recent memory. The usual reports were delivered by Chairman Declan, Secretary Brendan and Treasurer Eugene. All reflected on a year of good progress in 2018 on the field, and a very busy year off it, including the successful hosting of several high-profile fixtures at Quigabar. Thereafter, the meeting considered the election of officers. The only major change is in the position of President, where John P. Mullaney was elected to succeed Oliver Bourke after he stepped down following two years in the role. Oliver’s very active period in the position was the subject of much praise from the floor. Paul Tuffy was elected the club’s new Vice President. Other changes included Thomas McManus being elected at our new county board delegate.  

The committee elected for 2019 was as follows – Patrons: Fr George McHale, Joe Quinn, Edward Harte; President: John P Mullaney; Vice President: Paul Tuffy; Chairman: Declan Rouse; Vice Chairman: PJ Kavanagh; Secretary: Brendan Murray; Assistant Secretary: Shane Hargadon, Catherine Tuffy; Treasurer: Eugene Nelson; Assistant Treasurer: Clair Beglin Duffy, Joe Cawley (Development); PRO: Cathal Mullaney, David Tuffy; County Board Delegate: Thomas McManus; Oifeagach Gaeilge: TBC; Registrar: Marty Duffy; Pitch Committee: Johnny Mullaney, Paddy Tuffy, Michael Jacob, Michael Gordon, Liam Cawley, Ciaran Sweeney, Francie Gallagher, Austin Tuffy; Schools Coordinator/Childrens Officer: TBC; Coaching coordinator: John Paul Carden; Grants/Funding: Declan Rouse, Mattie Coleman, Michael Jacob, Joe Cawley, Eugene Nelson; Blotto Coordinator: Brian Coleman; Insurance Officer: Brendan Murray. 
Team Managements 
Also at last Friday’s AGM, the various managerial teams for 2019 were ratified. They are as follows – Intermediate: Con O’Meara, Declan Hughes, Pat Darcy, Keith Mullaney, Declan Cawley; Junior B: Pat Darcy, Karl Finnerty; U-21: TBC; Minor: Declan Rouse, Johnny Mullaney, Cathal Mullaney; U-16: Enda Mulrooney, Brian Coleman, Paddy Martin; U-12/U-14: Paul Bourke, Eamon Harnett, Eamon O’Malley, Carmel O’Neill; U-10: Derek Tuffy, Niall Hannon, Dermot Beglan, Greg Regan; U-8: Henry McDonnell, Trevor Gordon, Lee Jackson, Brandon Fitzgerald, Kevin Fallon, Declan Gordon; U-6: John Paul Carden, Brandon Fitzgerald. 
Indoor coaching 
Indoor underage coaching continues every Friday evening in our astro turf building. U-8 is from 6-7pm, U-10 from 7-8pm and U-12 8-9pm. All welcome. 
Dinner Dance
Tickets for our club Dinner Dance on February 16th in the Diamond Coast Hotel are now on sale. They are available for €25 from Sheridan’s Kilglass, The Wild Atlantic Inn Kinard and Queenan’s Checkout Enniscrone. Our guest on the evening will be Tyrone legend Sean Cavanagh. 
Good wishes
Best wishes to the Owenmore Gaels club who host next Sunday’s NFL Division Three game between Sligo and Down. 
 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 20th January 2019
AGM
Our AGM will take place on Friday, January 25th at 8.30pm in the clubhouse. All members are asked to attend.
Dinner Dance
Our Dinner Dance is penciled in for Saturday, February 16th in the Diamond Coast Hotel. Former Tyrone footballer Sean Kavanagh will be our special guest on the night. More information in the coming weeks.
County Scene
Good luck to Ciaran O’Dowd and the Sligo Senior footballers who begin their 2019 Allianz League campaign next Sunday away to Carlow.
Congrats
Well done to Easkey on qualifying for the All-Ireland Junior football final last weekend.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 6th January 2019
New Year Greetings

The club extends a very Happy New Year to anyone connected to the club. Thanks to everyone for their support in 2018 – hopefully 2019 will be a successful year for the Black and Amber on the field.
Important Dates
Our AGM will take place on Friday, January 25th in the clubhouse, and the club dinner dance is penciled in for Saturday, February 16th. More details on both in the coming weeks.
Married vs Singles 2019
Thanks to everyone who played in, supported, or provided help for our Married vs Singles Charity match on December 30th. The day raised a total of €1100 for the Drive for Jenna fund, which was a fantastic final total. Well done all.
County Scene
Good luck to Ciaran O’Dowd and the Sligo Senior footballers who begin their 2019 campaign with a Connacht FBD League fixture against Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park next Sunday at 1.30pm.



 



   
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