Club Notes 2016

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 18th December 2016

Christmas wishes

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of our members, players and supporters from near and far. Thanks for your support throughout 2016; we look forward to the new year which will be a big one in the lifetime of the club. 

Married vs Singles 2016

Our annual Married vs Singles match is back again on December 27th for a seventh year! It is always a great day of entertainment and all proceeds raised this year will go towards Diabetes Ireland. It promises to be another interesting encounter and a great day of festive fun. Jackie Gallagher is set to take charge of the Singles team while Michael Sheridan is the man tasked with keeping the Married team unbeaten! We hope to see you all there on the day to support this great cause. Throw in is at 2pm.  

Astro Turf development 

The indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar has seen huge progress in recent weeks and it is hoped that the roof will be in place shortly. It is envisaged that the astro-turf area itself will be ready for use towards the end of January. 

We will be launching our fundraising ventures in regard to the complex shortly and a brochure detailing the project is currently in circulation locally. The support of club players past and present, members, supporters, sponsors and the wider community will be required to bring the facility to completion, and your support will be very much appreciated at this time of great progress for the club.

AGM and Dinner Dance 

Our Annual General Meeting will take place on January 20th, while our Dinner Dance is scheduled for February 10th. Both events will take place in the Diamond Coast Hotel. 

FBD League

Quigabar will host Sligo’s opening game of 2017 when they take on Galway in the first round of the FBD League on January 8th at 2pm. 

Sympathy

The club extends its sympathy to the Tuffy family, Frankford, following the recent passing of Michael Tuffy. The club provided a well-attended guard of honour on the morning of the funeral. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. 

 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th December 2016

Married vs Singles 2016

Our annual Married vs Singles match is back again on December 27th for a seventh year! It is always a great day of entertainment and all proceeds raised this year will go towards Diabetes Ireland. It promises to be another interesting encounter and a great day of festive fun. Jackie Gallagher is set to take charge of the Singles team while Michael Sheridan is the man tasked with keeping the Married team unbeaten! We hope to see you all there on the day to support this great cause. 

Astro Turf development 

The indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar has seen huge progress in recent weeks and it is hoped that the roof will be in place shortly. It is envisaged that the astro-turf area itself will be ready for use towards the end of January. We will be launching our fundraising ventures in regard to the complex shortly. Thanks to everyone for their work to date on the project; pictures from throughout the construction process are available on our social media platforms. 

AGM and Dinner Dance 

Our Annual General Meeting will take place on January 20th, while our Dinner Dance is scheduled for February 10th. Both events will take place in the Diamond Coast Hotel. 

Congrats 

Well done to club members Declan Hughes and Michael Moyles on their recent successes in the Green and Red of Mayo. Declan was involved with the Mayo Masters’ All-Ireland success while Michael was a member of the Mayo teachers side that claimed the Connacht inter-firms title.

FBD League

Quigabar will host Sligo’s opening game of 2017 when they take on Galway in the first round of the FBD League on January 8th at 2pm. 

Blotto 

There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. The draw continues every Saturday night; your continued support is greatly appreciated. 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 4th December 2016

Upcoming events

With the playing season now concluded, attention turns to off the field activities. Our Annual General Meeting will take place on January 20th, while our Dinner Dance is pencilled in for the 10th of February. Before all that, however, is our annual Married vs Singles match on December 27th where all proceeds raised will go towards Diabetes Ireland. It promises to be another entertaining encounter and a great day of fun! Jackie Gallagher is set to take charge of the Singles team while Michael Sheridan is the man tasked with keeping the Married team unbeaten! Keep an eye out for further details in the coming weeks. 

Astro Turf Development

The indoor astro turf complex at Quigabar is really taking shape with the block work now underway. There has been major progress in recent weeks and we thank those working on the project for their efforts to date. Details of fundraising initiatives will be made available in the coming weeks. Follow our Facebook page and website for updates - it is hoped the development will be finished early in the New Year.

FBD League

Quigabar will host Sligo’s opening game of 2017 when they take on Galway on Sunday, January 8th at 2pm in the first round of the FBD League. 

County scene 

Well done to Joseph Martin on his participation with the Sligo U-13 squad in recent weeks as part of their development programme. Their activities concluded last Saturday morning. 

 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 27th November 2016

Upcoming events

With the playing season now concluded, attention turns to off the field activities. Our Annual General Meeting will take place in January, while our Dinner Dance is pencilled in for early February. Before all that, however, is our annual Married vs Singles match on December 27th where all proceeds raised will go towards Diabetes Ireland. It promises to be another entertaining encounter and a great day of fun! Keep an eye out for further details in the coming weeks. 

Astro Turf Development

The indoor astro turf complex at Quigabar is really taking shape with the block work now underway. There has been major progress in recent weeks and we thank those working on the project for their efforts to date. Follow our Facebook page and website for updates. It is hoped the development will be finished early in the New Year. 

Coaching workshop

An underage coaching workshop, aimed at coaches from the U-6 to U-12 age group and any aspiring coaches will take place on November 29th from 7.30pm to 9pm in Dromard. Anyone wishing to take part should contact our coaching officer, John Paul Carden on (087) 2919404

Blotto 

There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. 

 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 20th November 2016

U-21

There was major disappointment for the Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21 team following a four-point loss (3-10 to 3-6) to St Mary’s in an absorbing ‘A’ Championship final last Sunday afternoon in Bunninadden. In what was a cracking contest, the sides were level 1-3 to 0-6 at the break , but St Mary’s established at 2-9 to 1-3 lead soon after the restart. Credit must go to our lads for their commendable fightback, but unfortunately their efforts fell just short. The team gave everything on the day and despite the loss can reflect on a very good campaign. Thanks to everyone for their efforts throughout the competition. The squad was as follows: S Kilgannon; I Barrett, M O’Dowd, J Ellis; D Sloyan, R McHugh (1-1), D Mullaney; M Gordon (0-3, 2fs), N Hannon; H Gilroy (0-1), T Mahon, C O’Dowd; K Duffy, J McHugh (1-1), O McCaffrey. Subs: B Fitzgerald, M Caffrey, D Greer, J Conway, J Cowley, K Duffy, R McKenna, E Moylan, E Brennan. Management: MJ Crean, P Cawley, C Mullaney, D Sloyan, E Lindsay, V Cuffe. 

Astro-turf complex

Construction continues apace on the indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar. Keep an eye on our social media platforms for further updates.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 13th November 2016
U-21

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21 team progressed to the final of the ‘A’ Championship following a hard-fought 2-11 to 1-10 over Tourlestrane at Bunninadden last Sunday afternoon. It was a deserved win for our lads who worked hard throughout, but Tourlestrane hung in for long periods to make it a difficult hour, but the west Sligo boys secured their place in the final. The decider will take place next Sunday against St Mary’s, but the time, date and venue had yet to be announced at the time of writing. Keep an eye out locally for details – your support is greatly appreciated. An historic double is on the cards after many of the squad already captured the Minor A Championship already this year.  
Indoor astro-turf
Construction continues on our indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar. Follow our online platforms for updates and pictures of the ongoing work.
Coaching workshop
An underage coaching workshop, aimed at coaches from the U-6 to U-12 age group and any aspiring coaches will take place on November 29th from 7.30pm to 9pm in Dromard. Anyone wishing to take part should contact our coaching officer, John Paul Carden on (087) 2919404. 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 6th November 2016
U-21 

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-21 team qualified for the semi-final stage of the ‘A’ Championship following a 4-14 to 0-9 win over Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in Bunninadden last Sunday afternoon. This was a very good all-round team performance with the lads in control for the duration of the hour. Tourlestrane provide the opposition in the semi-final next Sunday at 2pm, but the venue had yet to be confirmed at the time of writing. Keep an eye out locally for details. Best of luck to everyone involved - please support.
Indoor astro-turf
Construction continues on our indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar. Follow our online platforms for updates and pictures of the ongoing work. 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 30th October 2016
Minor

The year came to an end for the Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team after they lost out to Castlebar Mitchels by four points, 3-13 to 3-9, in a pulsating Connacht Club quarter-final last Friday evening in Ballyhaunis. Despite a brilliant display, the lads fell just short but should be commended on a battling performance and indeed had things gone their way at crucial stages the outcome might have been different. However, there was very little fault in any aspect of the display and everyone should be proud of their efforts. The loss brought the curtain down on what was a historic couple of months after they claimed the county title only a week ago. Congratulations to the players and management on a successful season and well done to everyone involved. Thanks to Browne’s Pub in Pullaheeney for providing after-match refreshments on Friday evening and again to Lackan Wind Energy for their sponsorship of the team. 
U-21
There was little rest for many of the minor boys who togged out for Sunday’s hard-fought 1-10 to 1-9 win over Calry/St Joseph’s at Hazelwood in round two of the U-21 ‘A’ Championship. A win over Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in the final round will see Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey top the group and qualify for the semi-finals. Time, date and venue for that fixture had yet to be made available at the time of writing but it will take place on November 5th/6th. Keep an eye out locally for details. 
Surf and Turf 
A massive thank you to all those who took part or helped out for our very successful Surf and Turf Run last Saturday. In excess of 120 participants braved the course on a fine morning, with everyone enjoying the mucky surrounds! Everyone enjoyed the day and the feedback afterwards was excellent from those who travelled from near and far. A full list of winners, pictures and everything else is available on the Enniscrone Surf and Turf Facebook page. A big thank you to Mattie Coleman and Coleman Electronics for their kind sponsorship of the event, and also to Eugene Nelson and MCM Insurance for sponsoring beanies for participants. We look forward to 2017’s event!
County scene 
Commiserations to Eoin Hallinan and the Sligo U-16 boys on their 2-11 to 1-10 loss to Westmeath last Saturday. Eoin played at centre-half back for the third straight game. 
Congrats
While everyone else was running around Quigabar and Lackan, sponsor of the Surf and Turf and club stalwart Mattie Coleman was preparing for the Dublin Marathon which he took part in and completed in a fine time on Sunday afternoon! Well done Mattie on a great achievement.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 23rd October 2016
Minor

History was made on Sunday afternoon after the Enniscrone/Kilglass-Easkey minor team captured the Minor A Championship title courtesy of a 1-15 to 0-10 win over Owenmore Gaels at Markievicz Park. It is 36 years since the title came back to west Sligo and our lads put in a superb second half display to run out eight-point winners. Level at half-time, 0-4 apiece, the team showed immense improvement in the second half to seal the honours. In what was a first for both clubs, this is a magnificent achievement so congratulations to the squad and management. We extend our thanks to Declan Rouse and Lacken Wind Energy for their sponsorship of team tops, and also to the Diamond Coast Hotel for post-match refreshments. 
The team and squad is as follows: Shane Kilgannon, Niall Kilcullen, Eanna Moylan, Aaron Hannon, Eoin Hallinan, Rory McHugh, Josh Ellis, Mikey Gordon, Dylan Sloyan, Mark Caffrey, Chandler McGuinness, Andrew Kilcullen, Brandon Fitzgerald, Joe McHugh, Ciaran O’Dowd. Subs: Adam Mullaney, Dara Rouse, Aaron Duffy, Eoghan Bourke, Finn Nelson, Jonathan Queenan, Daniel Rolston. Management: Brendan Murray, Cathal Mullaney, Dessie Sloyan, Vincent Cuffe. The next assignment for the team is a Connacht quarter-final meeting with Castlebar Mitchels next Friday evening at 7pm in the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Ballyhaunis.

Surf and Turf
The annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 next Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! You can find the event on Facebook (Enniscrone Surf and Turf Run) and Twitter (@surfturf2016). Entry is €20 for adults and €10 for U-16s, with every competitor receiving a free beanie after the race. Registration takes place on the morning of the event from 10.30am with the starting gun sounded at 12 noon. We are looking expecting a big crowd and looking forward to another great event!
U-21
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey team play Calry/St Joseph’s next Sunday afternoon at 2pm in Hazelwood in round two of the A Championship. 
Astro turf
Construction has now started on the indoor astro-turf in Quigabar. We will keep you updated as the work progresses. 


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 16th October 2016
U-13

Our U-13 team put in another stellar display to capture the Feile title last Sunday morning. A 13-13 to 2-4 defeat of old rivals Easkey ensured they will represent Sligo at Feile Peil na nOg next summer. The lads won all of their five games in the competition, and deserve huge congratulations on their displays throughout. Congratulations also to the management team of Paul Bourke, Brian Coleman, John Paul Carden and Eamon Harnett. The squad is as follows: Ethan Carden, Matthew Foley, Rory Harte, Kenneth Mulrooney, Tommy Quinn, Evan Walsh, Brian Duffy, Josh Battle, Jordan Stevens, Darragh Tuffy, Oisin Arthur, Michael Tuffy, Joseph Martin, Lee Stevens, Oisin Finnerty, Lorcan Gregory, Oisin Hannon. Well done to everyone involved. We extend our thanks to Milo and Trish Tuffy for providing refreshments for the team afterwards.



Minor
The Minor A Championship final between Enniscrone-Easkey and Owenmore Gaels takes place next Sunday afternoon at Markievicz Park from 1pm. The team have performed extremely well to reach the decider and a big support would be appreciated for the showdown next Sunday. It is 36 years since a Minor title came to west Sligo so the lads are on the cusp of creating a small bit of history. Best wishes to everyone involved.
U-21
The Enniscrone-Easkey U-21 side had a good 4-15 to 1-11 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena in their opening round fixture in the A Championship at Quigabar last Sunday. Details of the next round will be made available in due course.
Surf and Turf
The annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 on Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! You can find the event on Facebook (Enniscrone Surf and Turf Run) and Twitter (@surfturf2016). Entry is €20 for adults and €10 for U-16s, with every competitor receiving a free beanie after the race. Registration takes place on the morning of the event, with the starting gun sounded at 12 noon. We are looking forward to another great event!
Eoghan Rua
Commiserations to the Eoghan Rua Senior team on their loss to Padraig Pearses in the semi-final of the Connacht Intermediate Championship last Sunday.
County scene
Well done to Eoin Hallinan and the Sligo U-16s on their 3-9 to 0-10 win over Longford last Saturday. Eoin played at centre half back for the second week running.  
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. The draw continues every Saturday night and your continued support is greatly appreciated.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 2nd October 2016
Sod turning

The eagerly awaited indoor astro pitch complex will enter the construction phase very soon, and to mark the start of the process a sod turning event takes place on Tuesday October 4th at 10am. Minister for Sport Patrick O’Donovan TD will be on hand to officially mark the start of construction, and refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome to what promises to be a historic day for the club.

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


U-21
The Enniscrone/Kilglass/Easkey U-21 team begin their ‘A’ championship campaign next Sunday afternoon at 2pm when they take on Calry/St Joseph’s at Hazelwood. Best of luck to the players and the management team in the weeks ahead.
Minor
The Enniscrone/Kilglass/Easkey minor team continue training, with no date yet announced for the ‘A’ Championship final.
U-13
Our U-13 boys made it three wins from three in the Feile competition last Saturday morning when they accounted for Geevagh away from home, 10-12 to 2-9. This impressive result was their third successive win, and leaves them top of the group table ahead of a final round meeting with Easkey next Sunday morning at 11am in Quigabar. Best of luck lads – keep it up!
Surf and Turf
The annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 on Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! You can find the event on Facebook (Enniscrone Surf and Turf Run) and Twitter (@surfturf2016). Entry is €20 for adults and €10 for U-16s, with every competitor receiving a free beanie after the race. We are looking forward to another great event!
Sympathy
The club extends its sympathy to the Sweeney family, Quigabar, following the recent death of Michael Sweeney. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. The draw continues every Saturday night and your continued support is greatly appreciated.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 25th September 2016
Surf and Turf Run

We’re delighted to announce that the annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 on Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! You can find the event on Facebook (Enniscrone Surf and Turf Run) and Twitter (@surfturf2016). More details will follow in the coming weeks, but for now get training!
Minor
The minor team continue training this week. No date for the final vs Owenmore Gaels had been made available at the time of writing.
U-13
Our U-13 boys put in a good performance to defeat Coolaney/Mullinabreena at Quigabar last Sunday morning, 4-8 to 4-3. This was an especially good result given the absence of a couple of players plus the horrendous playing conditions. The team will hope to maintain their momentum when they play away to Geevagh next Sunday morning at 11am.
Astro-turf pitch development
Construction will soon start on our eagerly awaited indoor astro-turf complex at Quigabar. This major development is the biggest in the club’s history and will mark the start of a new, modern era for GAA within the parish. A sod turning event, performed by Sports Minister Mr Patrick O’Donovan TD, takes place on Tuesday, October 4th from 10am at Quigabar. Everyone is most welcome to this event to kick-start the development.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 18th September 2016
Surf and Turf 2016

We’re delighted to announce that the annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 on Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! More details will follow in the coming weeks, but for now get training!
Minor
The Minor A1 Championship final was postponed at a late stage last week by the county board as an investigation continues into incidents at the other semi-final. At present there is no indication as to the when the game might take place but training continues this week. Keep an eye out locally for any further developments.
U-13
Our U-13 team received a walkover from St Farnan’s in the opening round of the Feile competition. Their next assignment is at home to Coolaney/Mullinabreena next Sunday morning from 11am.
U-6/U-8/U-10


















Well done to our U-6, U-8s and U-10s on completing a great year when they played their final blitz against Bonniconlon in Quigabar last Friday evening. All players showed tremendously well throughout the year and were each given a presentation last Friday to commend them on their efforts. A big thank you also to the coaches and parents for their help this year. We look forward to welcoming everyone back next spring to our new indoor astro turf pitch!
Congrats
Well done to the Eoghan Rua ladies team on capturing the Sligo Intermediate title last weekend following a 5-12 to 4-5 win over St Mary’s in the final at Markievicz Park. Congratulations to everyone involved on a fine win, especially the strong Enniscrone/Kilglass contingent within the squad.
Congrats too to all those who received Junior Cert results last week.
Newly weds
Congratulations to intermediate team stalwart Greg Regan and his new wife Tara Clinton-Quinn on their recent marriage. We wish them every happiness into the future.
Sympathy
The club extends its sympathies to the Cawley family and the Western Gaels hurling club on the death of club chairman Liam Cawley last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Blotto
Well done to Maisie Kilcullen who won last week’s blotto jackpot of €2900 having matched the three correct numbers: 7, 18 and 23. The draw continues every Saturday night. Your continued support is greatly appreciated

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th September 2016
Minor
All roads lead to Markievicz Park next Friday evening (September 16th) when the Enniscrone-Easkey minor team contest the Minor A1 Championship final against Owenmore Gaels from 6pm. This promises to be a cracking encounter and all support for this historic occasion is welcome as our two clubs combine in an effort to create a small bit of history. Best wishes to the players and management for the big game.
U-14
With our minor boys looking to win a county title this week, our U-14s did just that last Thursday evening when they captured the B2 Championship title courtesy of a fantastic 8-12 to 4-8 final defeat of St John’s at Scarden. One point ahead at the break, the lads put in a superb second half to run out deserving winners. This group has worked extremely hard all year and the title is just rewards for them having missed out narrowly at previous age groups. Well done to the management team of John Paul Carden, Brian Coleman and Padraic Byron. The triumphant squad included: Jason Wall, Michael Kilcullen, Tommy Quinn, Kenneth Mulrooney, Lee Tuffy, Robert Hannon, Oisin Hynes, Sean Quinn, Daniel O’Boyle, Dara Tuffy, Josh Battle, Brian Duffy, Joseph Martin, Gavin Duffy, Evan Walsh, Michael Tuffy, Oliver Olejicak, Ethan Carden, Oisin Hannon.
U-13
For some of the U-14 squad the year is not yet over, however, as the U-13 Feile competition begins on Tuesday evening with an away fixture against St Farnan’s from 6.30pm. Best wishes to everyone involved for the coming weeks.
U-6/U-8/U-10
There was an enjoyable morning for our youngest players in Castleconnor last Saturday for one of their final blitzes against their west Sligo neighbours. There has been a lot of work ongoing at the younger age groups in recent years and given their performances throughout the year, plus the numbers we have, the future certainly looks bright. Their year will come to a close next weekend with a final blitz in Quigabar.
Surf and Turf 2016
We’re delighted to announce that the annual Surf and Turf run is back again for 2016 on Saturday, October 29th (bank holiday weekend). This event, over five kilometres, is fast becoming a staple of the autumnal calendar across the west Sligo and north Mayo areas and we look forward to another fantastic day again this year filled with obstacles, bog and plenty of fun! More details will follow in the coming weeks, but for now get training!
Best wishes
The club wishes everyone at Eoghan Rua the very best of luck this Saturday as they go in search of an intermediate title when they play St Mary’s on Saturday afternoon at Markievicz Park. Congratulations to the club’s U-12 side who claimed their championship title last Saturday.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 4th September 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team bowed out of this year’s championship in very disappointing fashion after they suffered a 1-19 to 0-9 defeat at the hands of St Patrick’s last Sunday evening in Castleconnor. This was a poor display from our lads and St Patrick’s were deserving winners. Thanks to the panel of players and management for their efforts throughout the year.
Minor
There were great scenes in Tubbercurry last Friday night, where the Enniscrone-Easkey minor team advanced to the Minor A county final following a hard-fought 0-13 to 1-8 defeat of Tubbercurry-Cloonacool at Kilcoyne Park. This was a fantastic display from our lads and they ended as two-point winners following a brilliant game. They will now play Owenmore Gaels in the county final – a date, time and venue will be made available in the coming week.
U-14
Our U-14 boys play in the B2 Championship final on Thursday evening at 6.30pm in the Sligo GAA Centre of Excellence in Scarden when they take on St John’s. Best of luck to the players and management – please try to support the lads.
U-13
The U-13 Feile competition begins next Tuesday evening, with our lads playing St Farnan’s in Templeboy at 6.30pm. Best of luck to everyone involved for the competition.
 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 28th August 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team play St Patrick’s in the Intermediate Championship quarter-finals next Sunday evening at 6.15pm in Castleconnor. Best of luck to the players and management in this important fixture - please support the lads as they bid to reach the semi-final.
Minor
The Enniscrone/Kilglass-Easkey minor team advanced to the semi-finals of the A Championship with an impressive 1-19 to 0-9 defeat of Eastern Harps in Keash last Thursday evening. 0-8 to 0-5 ahead at the break, the lads dominated the second half with Ciaran O’Dowd’s goal helping the team to a good win. They play Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in the semi-final this Friday evening at 6.45pm in Kilcoyne Park, Tubbercurry. Please support.
U-16
Our U-16s bowed out of the championship in very disappointing circumstances on Monday evening after a one-point loss to St Farnan’s at Quigabar, 4-4 to 2-11. This was a well below-par display by the lads and a difficult loss to take. While losing at this early stage in the championship is disappointing for everyone involved considering they won titles at U-12 and U-14, the panel showed well throughout the year and will hope to get back on track at minor level. Thanks to players, parents and management for their efforts this year.
Hurling
Commiserations to Western Gaels on their loss to Calry/St Joseph’s last weekend at Quigabar.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 21st August 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team booked a place in the quarter-finals of the Intermediate Championship courtesy of a 1-12 to 1-9 defeat of Ballymote at Cloonacool Community Park last Sunday evening. This was a hard-fought game, with JP Carden’s late goal ensuring our progression. The team will require significant improvement going forward but battled hard throughout. St Patrick’s are the opposition in the quarter-final, which is scheduled for next Sunday afternoon. A time and venue was not available at the time of writing so keep an eye out locally for details. Best wishes to everyone involved.

Minor

The minor amalgamation with Easkey enters the championship fray of Thursday evening when they take on Eastern Harps in the ‘A’ quarter-final at 7pm in Keash. Best wishes to the players and management.

U-16

The U-16 team play St Farnan’s in the B1 championship quarter-final on Monday evening (August 21st) at 7pm in Quigabar. Please support. Good luck lads.

U-14

Our U-14 boys play in the B2 championship semi-final on Friday evening when they travel to Collooney for a meeting with Owenmore Gaels at 7pm. Best of luck to everyone involved.

Blotto

There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. Next Saturday’s jackpot will be €2300.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th August 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team lost to a strong St Molaise Gaels in the final group game in the Intermediate Championship last Sunday, 2-18 to 0-5. The result means that our lads now have a vital play-off game against Ballymote next Sunday at 6pm in Collooney, with the winner progressing to the quarter-final. All support for this important game is greatly appreciated. Best of luck to everyone involved.
Minor
Our minor amalgamation with Easkey is preparing for the opening round of the Division One championship on Thursday week (August 25th) away to Eastern Harps. Training continues this week.
U-16
Well done to our U-16 boys on a getting their championship campaign off to a fine start with a comprehensive 8-11 to 1-5 win over Castleconnor last week. The lads now progress to the quarter-final, which takes place next Monday evening (August 22nd) in Quigabar with the opposition to be confirmed this week. Best of luck to players and management.
U-14
Our U-14 boys continue training this week ahead of their B2 championship meeting with Owenmore Gaels on Friday week (August 26th).
U-12
Although the competitive season is over for the U-12s, they continue to play challenge games and improve their skills ahead of next year.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA club notes 7th August 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team got their championship campaign back on track with a 4-19 to 0-4 win against St Mary’s at Cloonacool last Sunday afternoon. In a one-sided affair, our lads led 2-10 to 0-2 at the break and the second half followed a similar pattern. Next weekend, the team face St Molaise Gaels in Kent Park, Maugheraboy at 3.15pm on Sunday where a win will secure progression to the quarter-finals. Please support.
Minor
The minor amalgamation of Enniscrone-Kilglass and Easkey is now up and running with training in full swing. The team have their first outing on August 25th in the opening round of the championship against Eastern Harps.
U-16
The U-16 boys continue their preparation this week for their championship opener against Castleconnor next Monday evening.
U-14
The U-14 boys play Owenmore Gaels in the B2 championship semi-final on August 26th. Training continues this week.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. Next weekend’s jackpot will be €1900. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Gift for Life Charity Cycle
The Ballina Cycling Club’s Gift for Life cycle takes place this Sunday with special guest Joe Brolly. There are two different routes to choose from for this great cause, and everything starts at the Diamond Coast Hotel in Enniscrone. For more details, find Ballina Cycling club on Facebook. Best wishes to Mattie Coleman who is one of the key organisers for the event.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 31st July 2016
Intermediate

There was disappointment for players and management last weekend after an opening round loss to St Farnan’s in Group Three of the Intermediate Championship at Easkey, 1-11 to 2-3.
This was a competitive game, but St Farnan’s superior second half with the wind erased our early advantage after John Paul Carden’s goal 15 minutes in put us 1-2 to 0-1 ahead. Cillian O’Dowd netted early in the second half to give us a 2-2 to 0-6 advantage, but St Farnan’s pressure told and they ended as five-point winners.
The lads will aim to get their campaign back on track when they play St Mary’s next Sunday afternoon at 2pm in Group Two in a must-win encounter. Please support.
Minor
The minor team are set to amalgamate with Easkey to play in the Minor ‘A’ Championship. The first round is pencilled in for August 25th, which will see the team travel to take on Eastern Harps. The squad will meet for the first time this week.
U-16
Our U-16 boys continue training in preparation for their championship opener away to Castleconnor on August 15th.
U-14
Commiserations to our U-14 team on their exit from the B1 Championship at the hands of St Farnan’s last Friday evening. Losing by 6-7 to 3-7, the lads will be disappointed with their display but will regroup for the B2 Championship, where they will play Owenmore Gaels in three weeks’ time.
U-12
Hard luck to our U-12s on their loss to St Patrick’s during the week. They play St Michael’s in a group three play-off at Markievicz Park next Saturday at 2pm. Best of luck lads.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
 


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24th July 2016
Intermediate

There was major disappointment for our intermediate team and management last weekend when they suffered relegation to Division Three following a five-point loss to Geevagh at Quigabar, 1-11 to 2-3. A very disappointing first half resulted in a five-point half-time deficit, but after the break into the wind we took control to lead by a point with 15 minutes to go. However, a costly sending off midway through the half allowed Geevagh to stretch the game and they ran out winners. The team will have to regroup quickly, with the opening round of the Intermediate Championship next Saturday evening. They play St Farnan’s at 7pm in Easkey – please support the lads. Best of luck to everyone involved.
Minor
The minor team continue training this week in preparation for championship.
U-16
Our U-16s also continue training this week, and will play Castleconnor in the first round of the championship in a couple of weeks’ time.
U-14
The U-14 boys had two good run outs in challenge games last week, and this week play in their first round of the championship on Friday evening. They travel to Templeboy on Friday evening for a 7pm meeting with St Farnan’s. Best of luck lads.
U-12
The U-12 lads play their semi-final against St Patrick’s on Tuesday evening at 7pm in Dromard. Best of luck lads.
Black Pig Festival
Congrats to everyone involved in organising the Black Pig Festival last week in Enniscrone, which was a great success. We ran our own youth disco on Sunday night and it was a big hit with locals and visitors alike! Thanks to all club volunteers who helped out on the night.
Blotto winner!
Congratulations to intermediate team footballer David Clarke on winning the blotto jackpot of €3500 last Saturday evening. David’s winning numbers were 4, 12, 26. The draw continues every Saturday night. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Sympathy
 The club expresses its sympathies to Donal Kirby and family on the death of his brother last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 17th July 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team have an important final round assignment next Sunday in Division Two when they host Geevagh from 12pm in Quigabar. Best of luck to everyone involved.
U-16
The U-16 team have a break in action for a month or so until the opening round of the championship, when they will play Castleconnor in round one. Training continues this week.
U-14
Our U-14s kick off their championship campaign on July 29th with an away fixture against ST Farnan’s. Training continues this week.
U-12
Our U-12 boys play their semi-final against St Patrick’s on Tuesday week (July 26th).
Youth Disco
As part of this week’s Black Pig Festival, we will be running a youth disco in the Diamond Coast Hotel on Sunday 24th as part of the programme of events. Justy from iRadio will be there on the night so it promises to be a great night. It gets underway from 8pm. Don’t miss out!
Blotto
There was no winner of last Saturday’s blotto draw. The draw takes place every Saturday night and your support is greatly appreciated.
Hurling
Commiserations to Tom Mahon and the Sligo U-21 hurlers on their loss to Fermanagh last weekend. Hard luck also to Western Gaels who were beaten in the Senior Championship on Sunday by Naomh Eoin.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes July 3rd 2016
Intermediate

The Intermediate team are continuing preparations for their final league game at home to Geevagh in the coming weeks. The intermediate championship campaign is set to get underway at the end of July.
Minor
Our minor team have been drawn against St Michael’s in the quarter-final of the league. That game is down for decision on Thursday, July 14th at 7pm. Training continues this week.
U-16
The U-16 boys play Geevagh in their league quarter-final tonight (Monday) at 7pm. Good luck to everyone involved.
U-14
The rearranged U-14 league quarter-final replay against Calry/St Joseph’s on Wednesday evening at 7pm in Hazelwood. Best of luck to everyone involved. Best wishes to Gavin Duffy who sustained a shoulder injury over the weekend.
U-12
The U-12 boys play St Michael’s in Ballintogher on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
U-8/U-10
The U-6, U-8 and U-10 squads continue training this week, and will play neighbours Easkey next week.
Sympathy
The club extends its sympathy to Mrs Pauline Timmons, GAA coach in Jesus and Mary Secondary School Enniscrone on the death of her husband Mark last week. We also extend our sympathies to the Egan family, Carrowhubbock North on the sudden death of Hughie Egan last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamnacha.
Congrats
Well done to the Sligo Senior team on their win over Leitrim last weekend.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 26th June 2016
Craic at the Crossroads

Well done to our ladies committee on what was a fantastic night at the Craic at the Crossroads event in Sheridan’s Kilglass on Bonfire’s night. It was a brilliant night with the fire blazing, the barbeque sizzling and young and old enjoying themselves. Thanks to everyone who attended to make it a great night and to Sheridan’s for their hospitality.
Intermediate
The intermediate team were beaten, 4-12 to 3-8, by Bunninadden in the Benson Cup last Sunday afternoon. 2-6 to 2-4 ahead at the break, we started the second half well into the wind but Bunninadden gradually stretched our defence and ran in two late goals to secure the win. There were plenty of positives for our lads despite defeat and training continues this week.
Minor
The minor team have a rearranged league fixture against Drumcliffe/Rosses Point this Friday evening in Oxfield at 7pm.
U-16
Our U-16 boys play St Mary’s at home on Monday evening (June 27th) in the final round of the league where a win will secure a semi-final spot. Throw-in is at 7pm. Good luck to everyone involved.
U-14
Our U-14s staged a remarkable second half comeback to secure a draw with Calry/St Joseph’s at Quigabar last Thursday evening in their league quarter final. Our boys were 1-11 to 1-1 down at half time, but a brilliant second half display secured a draw, 7-5 to 3-17 after what was a great game. The replay is scheduled for Tuesday evening at 7pm. Best of luck to everyone involved.
U-12
Our U-12s continue training this week ahead of a meeting with St Michael’s on Tuesday week (July 5th) in Ballintogher.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our U-8s and U-10s played away against Cloonacool last Wednesday evening and put in some great performances. Well done to everyone involved.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 19th June 2016
Craic at the Crossroads

Our ladies committee are organising a Craic at the Crossroads event at Sheridan’s Bar, Kilglass for Bonfire’s night this coming Thursday. This promises to be a great night’s entertainment with music, a barbeque, bouncing castle and even a rodeo bull! You can get your tickets from any member of our ladies committee or contact Ann Nelson for further details. You can also pay on the night. Don’t miss out!
Intermediate
Our intermediate team are scheduled to play Bunninadden in the Benson Cup next Sunday afternoon at 12pm in Quigabar.
Minor
The minor boys are due to play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point next Friday evening in the final round of the league but this fixture may be set to change. Keep an eye out for details of the rescheduled date.
U-16
Our U-16s put in a superb evenings work at the county 7 aside blitz at Scarden last Friday evening. In group two, they beat Curry (7-5 to 0-3) and St John’s (5-5 to 1-4) to qualify for the knockout stages. They then had a great win over Eastern Harps in the semi-final (3-4 to 3-2) but fell at the final hurdle despite a gallant performance against Shamrock Gaels, final score 5-2 to 3-2. Well done to all the players on getting that far. They now turn their attention to the final stages of the league with St Mary’s the opposition in the final round next Monday (June 27th).
U-14
Our U-14s take on Calry/St Joseph’s in the quarter-final of the Division Two league this Thursday evening at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-12
The U-12 lads were unlucky to lose to Geevagh 0-13 to 0-10 at Quigabar last Thursday evening. They now have a break until July 5th.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 12th June 2016
Craic at the Crossroads

Our ladies committee are organising a Craic at the Crossroads event at Sheridan’s Bar, Kilglass for Bonfire’s night, June 23rd next. This promises to be a great night’s entertainment with music, a barbeque, bouncing castle and even a rodeo bull! You can get your tickets from any member of our ladies committee or contact Ann Nelson for further details. Don’t miss out!
Intermediate, Minor, U-16
Training continues for the intermediate, minor and U-16 teams this week as the break in action for all teams continues.
U-14
Our U-14 team minus some key players sustained a heavy defeat against St John’s last week. Nonetheless, they have qualified for the quarter-finals and will host Calry/St Joseph’s on June 23rd at 7pm. Training continues this week.
U-12
Our U-12 boys lost to St Patrick’s 0-14 to 0-7 last week. This week they host Geevagh at 7.30pm in Quigabar on Thursday.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our U-6s, U-8s and U-10s put in superb performances against Castleconnor last week with a couple of great wins capping off a fine evenings work for everyone involved. Well done to all.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 5th June 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team were beaten by Owenmore Gaels, 2-14 to 2-8, at Quigabar last Saturday evening in the Benson Cup. Without 13 players, our lads were seriously depleted but put in a very sluggish display to lose in disappointing fashion. There is now a three-week break from competitive action for the team, which will help shore up injuries and see players return from other commitments. Training continues this week.
Minor
Training for non-exam players continues this week.
U-16
Training also continues for our U-16 team this week for those not involved with state exams.
U-14
The U-14 boys suffered defeat against Calry/St Joseph’s last Thursday evening. They have their final group game away to St John’s thus Thursday evening at 7pm.
U-12
The U-12 boys play St Pats on Tuesday evening at 7pm in Division Two.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our U-6s, U-8s and U-10s continue their games and training on Wednesday evening.
Exam season
The club wishes all players undertaking state examinations in the coming weeks every success.
Craic at the Crossroads
Our ladies committee are organising a Craic at the Crossroads event at Sheridan’s Bar, Kilglass for Bonfire’s night, June 23rd next. This promises to be a great night’s entertainment with music, a barbeque, bouncing castle and even a rodeo bull! You can get your tickets from any member of our ladies committee. More details to follow.
Connacht Championship
Best of luck to the Sligo senior footballers in their Connacht Championship semi-final next Sunday against Roscommon. Throw-in is at 4pm in Dr Hyde Park.
 



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 29th May 2016
Intermediate

Last Sunday afternoon was a difficult one for our intermediate footballers, with Drumcliffe/Rosses Point emerging as 3-19 to 1-6 winners in a one-sided Division Two clash at Oxfield. Minus a whole host of regulars, our weakened team showed some positive signs in the opening half and trailed 0-9 to 0-3 at the break, but the home side dominated the second half exchanges to secure the points. With a break in the league now for a number of weeks, the Benson Cup is the focus from next weekend with Owenmore Gaels the visitors to Quigabar next Saturday evening at 7.30pm.
Minor
The minor team had a busy week. On Wednesday evening, St Pats were 3-9 to 1-12 winners in the league meeting in Quigabar. This was an improved showing but the concession of three sloppy goals was decisive and led to a disappointing loss. On Friday evening, depleted squad took part in the 7 aside competition in Corballa, where there were some useful performances against St Farnan’s and Castleconnor. There are no games for the next month or so due to the state exams taking place. We wish all players sitting the Leaving Cert all the best.
U-16
A youthful U-16 team put in a great showing to come away with a draw after a cracking game versus Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Monday evening. Without the services of four big players, the young side showed extremely well throughout to secure a 5-9 to 3-15 draw. The team is still in with a chance of making the knockout stages with one round left against St Mary’s in late June. Best wishes to everyone from the panel sitting the Junior Cert in the coming weeks. For those not restrained by academic commitments, there is a 7 aside blitz in Dromard next Friday evening against other west Sligo clubs.
U-14
The U-14 boys host Calry/St Joseph’s this Thursday evening at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-12
The U-12s were extremely unfortunate to lose to St Pats by a single point, 0-11 to 0-10, in their league encounter at Quigabar last Tuesday. Despite the loss, the lads can be very happy with their efforts.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our youngest members had a very enjoyable evening playing against their counterparts from Ardnaree last Wednesday evening, with plenty of fine displays. Well done to everyone on their great work so far this year – keep it up!
Eoghan Rua win
Congratulations to the Eoghan Rua Senior Ladies on their win in the Division Two league final last Sunday afternoon. Well done to everyone involved especially those from the Enniscrone/Kilglass area.
Child Protection course
A number of coaches completed the child protection course held in the Diamond Coast Hotel last Monday evening. Thanks to Martin McHale for organising it from our end and to Eamon Mullen from the Sligo County Board for providing the opportunity.




Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 22nd May 2016
Intermediate

There was disappointment for our intermediate footballers last Sunday when Easkey emerged as three point winners at Quigabar in a keenly-contested Division Two clash, 1-10 to 3-7. The concession of sloppy goals was a source of real frustration for our lads, though a decent second half performance gave reason for optimism. Easkey led 1-6 to 0-3 at the break but our lads fought back in the second half despite being without a whole host of regulars for a variety of reasons. Next Sunday afternoon the team travel to Oxfield for a meeting with Drumcliffe/Rosses Point at 2pm.
Minor
The minor team play St Patrick’s in a rearranged league fixture at home this Wednesday evening. Please support the lads in this important game. Throw-in is at 7pm. The lads will also compete in a 7-aside blitz next Friday evening in Corballa against other west Sligo teams.
U-16
The U-16 boys play Coolaney/Mullinabreena at 7pm on Monday evening (May 23rd) at 7pm in Cloonacool.
U-14
Our U-14s suffered defeat away to St Michael’s last Thursday evening. They have a break now until June 2nd. Training continues this week.
U-12  
Our U-12s play St Patrick’s at home on Tuesday evening at 7pm in their final league game. Good luck to everyone involved.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Training continues for our youngest players on Wednesday evening at 7pm.
Child Protection course
There will be a child protection course for club members on Monday evening (May 23rd) at 7.30pm in the Diamond Coast Hotel. All underage coaches are required to attend.
Cúl Camp
A reminder to parents that if you register your child/children for the Kelloggs Cúl Camp at Quigabar in July before 31st May, they will get their gear delivered to their school in June. We are looking forward to a great week again this year.
Congrats
Congratulations to all the children who made their First Holy Communion in Kilglass and Enniscrone over the past two weekends from Kilglass, Culleens and Enniscrone national schools.
Congrats also to Michael John Crean and Kevin Caffrey on their recent engagements from everyone at the club.
Blotto
There was no winner of last Saturday’s blotto jackpot. The next draw is next Saturday night as usual. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Astro turf complex
Check out our Facebook page and website for an artist’s impression of our indoor complex when complete. Construction will be starting in the near future.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 15th May 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team were extremely unfortunate to lose to St Patrick’s last Sunday on a final scoreline of 2-13 to 0-11. This was an unfair reflection on what was a fine game, where we led 0-7 to 0-4 at the break after a wind-assisted first half. Having started the second half in a similar vein, we were dealt a harsh blow when a red card midway through the half reduced our lads to 14 men. From there, despite our best efforts, St Patrick’s began to stretch the game and scored 2-1 in injury-time to give the scoreline an unbalanced look. Best wishes to Brian Coleman who sustained a shoulder injury. Next weekend, we host Easkey at 2pm in Quigabar on Sunday afternoon. Please support.
Minor
Our minor team surrendered a significant half time lead to labour to a draw with St John’s 1-11 to 2-8 at Carraroe last Friday evening. The first half saw the lads race into a 1-8 to 0-2 lead at the break, but some wayward attacking play saw us miss a number of chances. That came back to haunt the team in the second half when St John’s mounted a spirited comeback. Nonetheless, the team can reflect on some positive aspects. Next Friday evening St Patrick’s are the visitors to Quigabar in a must-win game. Throw-in at 7pm – please support.
U-16
The U-16s will continue training this week ahead of a trip to Cloonacool to take on Coolaney/Mullinabreena next Monday evening at 7pm.
U-14
On Thursday evening our U-14 boys travel to play St Michael’s at 7pm.
U-12
Well done to our U-12s on a fine win over Easkey last week on a 0-23 to 0-12 scoreline. This was a very good performance and just rewards for the team who have been unlucky in recent encounters. They will hope to continue their good form when they play St Patrick’s next Tuesday at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our U-10s enjoyed a good win over St Patrick’s last Wednesday, and then put in another good performance on Saturday morning against St Molaise Gaels but were narrowly beaten in the end. Next Wednesday evening they host Easkey at Quigabar.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 8th May
Boeing arrival
We’ve seen many types of boats in Killala Bay over the years, but never an aeroplane! However, this weekend that very thing happened with David McGowan’s Boeing 767 for Quirky Nights Glamping Village arriving in Enniscrone. It was a brilliant weekend and thankfully everything went well, with the plane making it to the site at the bottom of the village in the early hours of Sunday morning before huge crowds. Well done to David and all the crew on a brilliant engineering achievement, and on putting Enniscrone on the international map! Thanks a million to our 30-strong band of stewards for helping out and co-ordinator Joe Cawley for his efforts.
Intermediate
Our intermediate team return to league action next Sunday afternoon when they take on St Patrick’s at 2pm in Dromard. Best of luck to everyone involved.
Minor
The minor team have a re-arranged fixture against St John’s next Friday evening in Carraroe at 7pm.
U-16
The U-16 team host St Molaise Gaels at 7pm on Monday evening (May 9th) at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14 team had a terrific 4-15 to 6-5 win over St Farnan’s at Quigabar last Thursday evening. This was a brilliant game with both teams playing well, but our lads overturned a seven-point half time deficit with three late goals to secure the win. The next outing is away to St Michael’s on May 19th.
U-12
The U-12 boys play away against Easkey on Tuesday evening (May 10th) at 7pm.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our youngest boys and girls continue their training and matches every Wednesday evening at 7pm. Everyone welcome!


Connacht Junior Championship
Commiserations to Sligo who lost to Mayo at Quigabar in the Connacht Junior Championship last Wednesday night. Both Brian Coleman and Mark O’Dowd started for Sligo on the evening.
Blotto
Congratulations to Karen O’Brien, Easkey on winning the blotto jackpot of €3500 last Saturday night. The jackpot is now €1500 for next weekend’s draw. Thanks for your continued support.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 1st May 2016
Indoor Astro Turf complex given the go-ahead

It was a historic week for the club after Thursday night’s meeting ratified the construction of an indoor astro turf complex at our grounds in Quigabar. This terrific facility will also incorporate a gym, kitchen and toilet facilities. Having got the formal approval of club members, construction is set to start in the coming months, and the club will be embarking on a fundraising campaign to help fund the project over the next year. This is a landmark decision for the club and one which will harbour a new, modern era in the long history of GAA in the parish. It will provide a top-class facility for all of our teams, and will help develop better footballers for the club in the long run. We sincerely hope everyone will row in behind the project and make it the success it promises to be. More information will follow in the coming weeks.  
Intermediate
Our intermediate team secured an important two points in Division Two last Saturday evening with an impressive 4-12 to 0-9 win over Owenmore Gaels at Quigabar. This was a relatively good display, with Brian Coleman bagging a hat-trick and Tom Mahon also raising a green flag. The team have a break next weekend; St Patrick’s are the opposition on May 15th in round seven.  
Minor
The minor boys take on St John’s next Friday evening at 7pm in Stenson Park in the third round of the league.
U-16
Commiserations to our U-16 team who lost to Calry/St Joseph’s last week. Nonetheless, they are still in contention for a final spot. Their next game is away to St Molaise Gaels next Monday week.
U-14
This Thursday evening, our U-14 boys host St Farnan’s at 7pm.
U-12
Commiserations to our U-12s who lost to Owenmore Gaels last Tuesday evening. They play Easkey in the next round on Tuesday week.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our youngest cohort of players continue their training and matches on Wednesday evenings. Numbers have been great so far at every age and all players have shown great improvement so far. Keep it up!
Connacht Junior Championship
Sligo play Mayo in the Connacht Junior Championship next Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in Quigabar. Best wishes to our own Brian Coleman and Mark O’Dowd, both of whom are involved with the Sligo set-up. Please support.
Child Protection Course
The club will be holding a child protection course on the 23rd of May. All coaches are required to complete this course. Further details will be available in the coming weeks.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto jackpot. Next week’s jackpot will be €3500. Thank you for your continued support.
Boeing 767 arrival
As we all know, this Friday is the proposed arrival date for the Boeing 767 plane to Enniscrone for use at the glamping site at the bottom of the village. This is a world-first and a mammoth task, so the club wishes David McGowan and everyone involved the best of luck with the move. It has put Enniscrone on the world map and large crowds are expected locally for the arrival next Friday all going well.  




Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24th April 2016
Intermediate

Last Saturday evening’s trip to St John’s proved to be a fruitless one for our intermediate team with the Carraroe side claiming a 1-20 to 1-6 win. Without some regulars, our lads never got going and fell to a disappointing defeat. Everyone involved will look for improvement ahead of next Saturday’s meeting with Owenmore Gaels at Quigabar. That game has a 7pm throw-in time. Best of luck to everyone involved. Please support.
Minor
A depleted minor team went down to a two-point defeat away to St Michael’s last Friday evening. This was not as bad a display as the result would suggest, but the absence of a number of players made it a difficult task to secure a result. They will hope to bounce back when they play St John’s on May 6th.
U-16
The U-16 team will look to maintain their 100pc record when they play Calry/St Joseph’s on Monday evening (April 25th) at 7pm in Hazelwood.
U-14
An understrength U-14 team went down to a heavy defeat against Tourlestrane last week. They will hope for improvement when they host St Farnan’s on May 5th in the next round.
U-12
The U-12 boys host Owenmore Gaels on Tuesday evening (April 26th) at 7pm.
U-6/U-8/U-10
Our youngest boys and girls had an eventful week with the U-8s and U-10s enjoying a good workout against Easkey last Wednesday evening and the U-6s training in Quigabar. Everyone is enjoying themselves and showing great improvement every week. Training and matches continue every Wednesday evening.
Club meeting
A very important club meeting takes place next Thursday (April 28th) at 9pm in Sheridan’s, Kilglass. This meeting is in regard to our prospective indoor astro-turf facility, where a final decision will be made on the proposal. All club members are asked to attend as this is a meeting which will impact on the club’s long-term plans. Members are reminded that in the event of a vote, only paid-up members for 2016 will be eligible to cast a vote.

Membership
Anyone who has yet to register for membership for the year should do so as soon as possible by getting in touch with the relevant team manager or any committee member. All players must be registered for insurance and administrative purposes and non-players must have membership in order to be involved at any level within the club.
Connacht Junior Championship
The Connacht Junior Championship meeting between Sligo and Mayo has been fixed for Quigabar for Wednesday, May 4th at 7.30pm.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 17th April 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team recorded a comprehensive 5-14 to 0-5 win over Ballymote last Saturday evening in round four of the Division Two league. Both sides were minus some players but our lads showed well throughout and secured a comfortable win. Next week’s fixture is away to St John’s at 6.30pm on Saturday. Best of luck to everyone involved.
Minor
Our minor team travel to Ballintogher on Friday evening to play St Michael’s in the second round of the league. Throw-in is at 7pm.
U-16
Well done to our U-16 team on maintaining their 100pc start to the year with a 3-13 to 1-9 win over neighbours Easkey last Monday at Quigabar. This was a good team performance despite being without a number of regulars, especially in the second half. The next game is away to Calry/St Joseph’s on April 25th.
U-14
The U-14 boys will look to get back to winning ways when they play Tourlestrane away on Thursday evening at 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s lost to Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Tuesday evening, despite their very best efforts. Their next game is at home to Owenmore Gaels on April 26th.
U-8/U-10
Training for the U-8s and U-10s continues every Wednesday evening from 7pm. This is for boys and girls and everyone is welcome.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th April 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team fell to a disappointing 2-7 to 0-11 loss to Castleconnor in round three of the Division Two league last Sunday afternoon at Corballa. In a game marred by awful weather conditions, the concession of two soft first half goals proved decisive, despite a hard-working display. Level at half-time, Castleconnor just about edged the second half with the wind despite our lads best efforts. That said there were some encouraging signs in defeat. Next up is a home tie against Ballymote next Saturday evening at 6.30pm. Best wishes to Mark Caffrey who sustained a nasty-looking injury in the first half.
Minor
Well done to our minor team on a getting their year off to a winning start with a 4-12 to 3-6 success at home to Geevagh last Monday. A below-par first half meant the sides were level at 1-4 apiece at the break, but thereafter our boys took control and ended as deserving winners. The team travel to St Michael’s for the next round on April 22nd.
U-16
Our U-16 boys will look to maintain their 100pc record in Division Two when they host Easkey tomorrow evening (April 11th) at 7pm.
U-14
Commiserations to our U-14s who lost out to Eastern Harps last Tuesday evening 5-14 to 1-10. The next assignment is an away fixture against Tourlestrane on April 21st.
U-12
Our U-12 lads are back in action on Tuesday evening (April 12th) when Coolaney/Mullinabreena are the visitors to Quigabar.
U-8/U-10
Our U-8 and U-10 boys and girls are back in training every Wednesday evening at 7pm in Quigabar. Everyone welcome.
Membership
We held our registration night recently. Anyone who has yet to register for the year should do so as soon as possible by getting in touch with the relevant team manager. All players must be registered for insurance and administrative purposes.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 3rd April 2016
Intermediate

Our intermediate team return to league action next Sunday when they make the short journey to Corballa to take on neighbours Castleconnor. Throw-in time is 2pm. Best wishes to everyone involved.
Minor
Our minor boys start their league campaign tomorrow evening (Monday) at home to Geevagh at 7pm. Best of luck to the players and management for the new year.
U-16
Our U-16s are back in action on Monday, April 11th, when they host Easkey in Quigabar at 7pm.
U-14
Well done to our U-14 team on getting their year off to a winning start after they beat Coolera/Strandhill 4-10 to 3-6 last Thursday. On Tuesday, the lads travel to Keash to play Eastern Harps in a rearranged fixture. Throw-in at 7pm.
U-12
The U-12 boys play Coolaney/Mullinabreena in Quigabar on Tuesday, April 12th at 7pm.
U-8/U-10
Training for our U-8s and U-10s (Boys and Girls) is back on Wednesday evenings from 7pm. Everyone welcome!
Registration
We held our registration night last Monday week. Anyone who has yet to register for the year should do so as soon as possible by getting in touch with the relevant team manager. All players must be registered for insurance and administrative purposes.
Cake Sale
Congrats to our ladies committee on a very successful cake sale held at the Diamond Coast Hotel last Sunday. Thanks to everyone who supported the event.
Connacht Minor League
Thanks to those who helped prepare Quigabar for the Connacht Minor League game against Mayo last weekend at short notice. Mayo ran out 2-9 to 0-13 winners.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 27th March 2016
Intermediate

The intermediate team got their first win of the league campaign with a hard-fought 0-9 to 0-7 win over St Farnan’s at Quigabar last Saturday. In blustery conditions, the lads were 0-7 to 0-1 ahead at the break and defended staunchly into the wind in the second half to secure an important win. There is no league action next weekend; the following week in round three Castleconnor are the opposition.
Minor
Next Monday, April 4th, the minor boys get their year up and running with a home fixture against Geevagh. Throw-in is at 7pm. Best wishes to the players and management for the new season.
U-16
The U-16 team are back in action on Monday, April 11th when they host Easkey at Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14 boys begin their season on Thursday evening at home to Coolera/Strandhill at 6.30pm. The game against Eastern Harps originally fixed for last Sunday was rescheduled to next Tuesday in Keash. Best wishes to everyone involved.
U-12
Commiserations to our U-12 boys who suffered an opening round loss to St Farnan’s in the Division Two league last Tuesday. The next game is at home to Coolaney/Mullinabreena on April 12th.
U8/U10
Our youngest boys and girls are back for the new season and will have their first outing when they host Owenmore Gaels on next Wednesday at 6.30pm.
Registration
We held our registration night last Monday evening. Anyone who has yet to register for the year should do so as soon as possible by getting in touch with the relevant team manager. All players must be registered for insurance and administrative purposes.
Cake Sale
Following on from last year’s events, our ladies committee are holding a cake sale in the Diamond Coast Hotel on Sunday morning from 11am to 2pm. Please support this event and get your share of treats!



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 20th March 2016

Intermediate
The intermediate team fell to a first round loss in Division Two when Bunninadden emerged as two-point winners last Sunday, 0-17 to 0-15. Trailing 0-9 to 0-6 at the break, this was a very competitive outing with both sides having periods of dominance. Unfortunately, a strong finish fell short and the home side ran out winners. The team has their first home game of the year next week when St Farnan’s are the visitors to Quigabar on Saturday at 5pm. Please support.
Minor
The minor team continue their preparations for the start of the league with training this week.
U-16
Well done to our U-16 boys on starting their league campaign with a 4-4 to 1-6 win over St Farnan’s last Friday. Despite being 1-4 to 0-1 down at half-time, the team showed great resolve to end as seven-point winners. Their next outing is a home game against Geevagh on Monday evening (March 28th) at 6.30pm.
U-14
Our U-14 boys are set to begin their league campaign with an away fixture against Eastern Harps next Sunday morning at 11am. Best of luck to everyone involved for the upcoming season.
U-12
The U-12 boys are getting ready for the start of their Division Two campaign when they play St Farnan’s at Templeboy in the first round next Tuesday (March 29th).
Easter Camp
We will be holding a one-day Easter Camp on Thursday March 24th for kids aged 5-12 in Quigabar from 10am to 2.30am. This promises to be a very enjoyable and productive day with coaches from the club and from Sligo GAA there on the day. It will cost €10 for the first child and €5 for each subsequent child. Contact coaching officer JP Carden (087) 2919404 for further details.
County scene
Commiserations to Sligo Hurling players Aidan Morrison and MJ Crean on their loss to Longford at Markievicz Park last Sunday.
Sympathy
The club extends its condolences to the family and friends of Sean Egan, Limerick, who died in a tragic car accident on Pier Road over the weekend. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 13th March 2016

Intermediate

The intermediate team got their year off to a winning start with a 3-8 to 0-14 win over Ballymote in an eagerly contested Benson Cup game last Saturday at Corran Park. The team showed great character to come from three points down in the closing stages to dig out a deserved win. Attention now turns to Division Two league action next weekend when Bunninadden are the opposition on Saturday. The game throws in at 5pm on Saturday afternoon in Bunninadden.
Minor
Training continues for our minor team this week ahead of the start of the league in early April.
U-16
The U-16 season got off to a false start last Sunday when the opening league game against St Farnan’s was postponed. This fixture now takes place this Friday at 5.30pm in Templeboy.
U-14
The U-14 team will be back in action in late March, as will our U-12s.
GAA President’s Award
One of our great stalwarts Joe McManus received due recognition for his distinguished service to both club and county when he received a prestigious GAA President’s award at Croke Park last Friday evening. Joe has been a remarkable servant to Enniscrone/Kilglass since his arrival in Enniscrone in 1959 and has served in many roles right up to the present day. He also held in high regard by his fellow county board officials during his time as Irish and Cultural Officer over a 20 year period. Joe attended the event in Croke Park last Friday, accompanied by his extended family and several club members. Comhghairdeas Seosamh.

Sympathy
The club extends its sympathy to the Byron family, Carrowhubbock North on the death of Nora Byron last week. The late Mrs Byron was a dedicated supporter of the club along with her husband Paddy and their son Brendan was recently crowned player of the year for 2015. The club provided a large guard of honour last Wednesday evening at the funeral, and a minutes silence was observed before the Benson Cup game last Saturday. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Nora_Byron


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 6th March 2015

Intermediate

The intermediate team get their Benson Cup campaign underway next Saturday when they travel to Corran Park for the first round tie against Ballymote at 5pm. Best wishes to the panel of players and management for the year ahead. The league gets underway the following weekend.
Minor
The minor team are continuing preparations for the start of the league with training this week.
U16
The U16 team get their 2016 season up and running next Sunday morning with an away game against St Farnan’s. Throw in at 11am in Templeboy. Good luck to everyone involved.
Easter Camp
We will be holding a one-day Easter Camp on Thursday March 24th for kids aged 5-12 in Quigabar from 10am to 2.30am. This promises to be a very enjoyable and productive day with coaches from the club and from Sligo GAA there on the day, such as Sligo player Ross Donovan. It will cost €10 for the first child and €5 for each subsequent child. Contact coaching officer JP Carden (087) 2919404 for further details.
County scene
Well done to Aidan Morrison and the Sligo hurlers on their win over Fermanagh last weekend.
Well done also to Marty and Michael Duffy on officiating at the Connacht Post Primary Schools final last weekend.



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 28th February 2016
Intermediate
The intermediate team will get their season underway in two weeks when they ply Ballymote in the opening round of the Benson Cup. Training continues this week.
Minor
The minor panel resumed training recently with the intermediate team and will also continue their work this week.
Easter Camp
We will be holding a one-day Easter Camp on Thursday March 24th for kids aged 5-12 in Quigabar from 10am to 2.30am. This promises to be a very enjoyable and productive day with coaches from the club and from Sligo GAA there on the day. It will cost €10 for the first child and €5 for each subsequent child. Contact coaching officer JP Carden for further details.
Sympathy
The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Tighe family, Cliff Road Enniscrone on the death of Packie Tighe. Mr Tighe played with us during the 1940s and 1950s, winning a Junior Championship title in 1948. The club provided a guard of honour at last Sunday’s funeral. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Mattie Carden Memorial Run
The Mattie Carden Memorial Run takes place next Saturday in Enniscrone with 5k and 10k courses. Please support.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 21st February 2016
Intermediate
The intermediate squad are continuing their preparations for the start of the new season on March 12th when they will travel to Ballymote for a Benson Cup fixture. The league campaign begins the following weekend with an away tie against Bunninadden.
Minor
The minor team are also back training and will begin their Division Three campaign in early April.
U16
The U16 team will begin their 2016 season on March 13th against St Farnan’s. They will have seven games in Division Two.
U14
The U14 team have also been drawn into Division Two and will kick off their year in late March.
U12
Our U12 boys are in Division Three and will also get going in late March.
Blotto
Congratulations to Jackie Sweeney, Quigabar, on claiming the Blotto jackpot of €4200 last weekend. The blotto continues each and every Saturday night and your support is greatly appreciated.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th February 2016
Dinner Dance

Up to 200 guests attended our very enjoyable dinner dance last Friday evening. In the wonderful surrounds of the Diamond Coast Hotel, everyone was treated to top-class service in the presence of our special guest GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghaíl.
Congratulations to our U16 team on receiving their medals after last year’s championship success. Hopefully it won’t be the last for this bunch.
Congrats also to our U21 team of 1990 on receiving their commemorative awards in recognition of their magnificent achievement. It was great to see the team and management on the night.
Our individual award winners were Oliver Bourke (Hall of Fame), David Tuffy (Club Person of the Year) and Brendan Byron (Player of the Year) and Mark O’Dowd (on his achievements with the Sligo minor team). All four thoroughly deserve their accolades and we wish them all well.
Thanks to the Diamond Coast for their great hospitality and everyone for their support. Thanks also to special guest Aogán Ó Fearghaíl and Sligo GAA Chairman Joe Taaffe for attending. Photos of the event are available here. Onwards and upwards.
Coaching
We are in the process of upskilling our coaches at all levels. Eight members completed a foundation course in Easkey recently. Next Friday and Saturday, there is an award one coaching course in Easkey for anyone who has the foundation course complete. Contact coaching officer John Paul Carden if you’re interested.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 7th February 2016
Dinner Dance
GAA President Aogan O’Fearghail will be the guest of honour at our club dinner dance next Friday, February 12th at the Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone at 8.30pm. It promises to be a wonderful night, where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night. Tickets are €25 (€15 for U16s) and are available in Queenan’s Checkout, Sheridan’s and Hilltop. Alternatively, you can also get your ticket from any committee member. The last few are on sale now so snap them up before they are gone!



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 31st January 2015


AGM
Our AGM was held last Friday evening in the Diamond Coast Hotel, with a good crowd in attendance.
The meeting heard comprehensive reports from Chair Declan Rouse and Secretary Brendan Murray, who outlined the clubs activities in the past year.
Outgoing treasurer, Joe Cawley, have his final report to the AGM on the clubs finances. This was Joe’s last AGM as Treasurer, and his work has been of the highest standard over the past three years. He was widely commended for his diligence to his role, both as Treasurer and Chairman, over the past seven years. We wish his replacement, Eugene Nelson, all the best in his new position.  
Other committee changes included Breda Sheridan and Clair Beglin Duffy being appointed as joint Assistant Treasurer, John Paul Carden assuming the role of Coaching Coordinator and Martin McHale coming on board as Schools Coordinator and Children’s Officer.
In other news, plans for our exciting indoor astro-turf facility and auxiliary facilities will be finalised in the coming weeks, with a special club meeting to make a final decision on the project to be held shortly.
The club extends their sympathies to anyone bereaved in 2015.
Thanks to everyone for their efforts over the past year, and hopefully 2016 will be a successful one for Enniscrone/Kilglass.
The following were elected: Patrons: Joe Quinn, Joe McManus, Rev Fr. George McHale, Eddie Harte, President: Oliver Bourke, Vice-President: Paul Tuffy, Chairman: Declan Rouse, Vice-Chairman: Francie Gallagher, Secretary: Brendan Murray, Assistant Secretary: Catherine Tuffy and Shane Hargadon, Treasurer: Eugene Nelson, Assistant Treasurer: Breda Sheridan and Clair Beglin Duffy, PRO: David Tuffy and Cathal Mullaney, County Board and Minor Board Delegate: Francie Gallagher, Oifigeach Gaeilge: Brian Mac Mathúna, Registrar/Membership: Marty Duffy, Pitch Committee: Francie Gallagher, Paddy Tuffy, Mixie Jacob, Liam Cawley, Johnny Mullaney, Michael Gordon, Schools Coordinator: Martin McHale, Coaching Coordinator: John Paul Carden, Grants/Funding: Declan Rouse, Mattie Coleman, Mixie Jacob, Joe Cawley, Blotto Coordinator: TBA.
Dinner Dance
GAA President Aogan O’Fearghail will be the guest of honour at our club dinner dance on Friday, February 12th at the Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone. It promises to be a wonderful night, where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night. Tickets are €25 (€15 for U16s) and are available in Queenan’s Checkout, Sheridan’s and Hilltop. Alternatively, you can also get your ticket from any committee member. They’re on sale now – don’t miss out as numbers are limited!


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24th January 2015

Dinner Dance 2016

GAA President Aogan O’Fearghail will be the guest of honour at our club dinner dance on Friday, February 12th at the Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone. It promises to be a wonderful night, where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night. Tickets are €25 (€15 for U16s) and are available in Queenan’s Checkout, Sheridan’s and Hilltop. Alternatively, you can also get your ticket from any committee member. They’re on sale now – don’t miss out as numbers are limited! 

AGM

Our club AGM is pencilled in for this Friday, January 29th in the Diamond Coast Hotel at 8.30pm. All members are asked to attend; new ones very welcome.  

Club newsletter

Our annual end of year club newsletter for 2015 is currently in circulation, free of charge, so keep your eyes peeled locally. An online version is also available for those abroad on our website, www.enniscronekilglassgaa.com 
 
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 17th January 2015

Dinner Dance 2016
GAA President Aogan O’Fearghail will be the guest of honour at our club dinner dance on Friday, February 12th at the Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone. It promises to be a wonderful night, where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night. Tickets will be available from the usual outlets shortly.
AGM
Our club AGM is pencilled in for Friday, January 29th in the Diamond Coast Hotel at 8.30pm. All members are asked to attend; new ones very welcome.
  
Club newsletter
Our annual end of year club newsletter for 2015 is currently in circulation, free of charge, so keep your eyes peeled locally. An online version is also available for those abroad on our website, www.enniscronekilglassgaa.com


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th January 2015

Dinner Dance 2016

GAA President Aogan O’Fearghail will be the guest of honour at our club dinner dance on Friday, February 12th. It promises to be a wonderful night, where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night. Tickets will be available from the usual outlets shortly.
AGM

Our club AGM is pencilled in for Friday, January 29th in the Diamond Coast Hotel at 8.30pm. All members are asked to attend; new ones very welcome.  
Club newsletter
Our annual end of year club newsletter for 2015 is currently in circulation, free of charge, so keep your eyes peeled locally. An online version is also available here



Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 3rd January 2015

Club newsletter

Our annual end of year club newsletter is currently in circulation, free of charge, so keep your eyes peeled locally. An online version will also be available for those abroad, and will be published on our website in the near future.
Dates for your diary

Our club AGM is pencilled in for Friday, January 29th in the Diamond Coast Hotel at 8.30pm. The same venue will be host to our club dinner dance on Friday, February 12th where we will make presentations to our U16 county title-winning side of 2015, as well as remembering the success of our U21 team of 1990 who won that year’s ‘A’ Championship title. Our special guest for the evening will be President of the GAA, Aogan O’Fearghail. Also on the night we’ll have the usual individual awards, so it promises to be another great night.

Sympathy
Michael_Queenan

The club provided a guard of honour for the late Michael Queenan, of Canada and Carrowhubbock North, last Sunday after he passed away recently. We extend our sympathies to the Queenan family at this time.
 
Congrats

Congratulations to intermediate team goalkeeper Mark O’Hara on his engagement to Edel Hynes, Dromore West, over the Christmas period.


 



   
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