The minors suffered defeat at the hands of St.Johns on Thursday last on a score-line of 1-03 – 0-07. Naomh Mhuire led with a few minutes left by a point and looked like pulling a result out of the fire after being under huge pressure for the majority of the 2nd half, however St.Johns finished with 2 frees to win by the minimum. The minors next game is away to Bundoran on Friday week.
The under 10s will travel to Glenties this Saturday to play Naomh Conaill in a challenge starting at 11am. The bus will leave the banks at 10am. Players should bring their socks and shorts.
The under 14 boys will play Gaoth Dobhair in a challenge this Saturday at 5 pm in Gaoth Dobhair. The bus will leave Annagry car park at 4pm.
The under 12 boys took part in their 1st Go Games blitz of the year in Dooey on Monday night last. The competition was against Ardara, Kilcar and Na Rossa. Both teams won all their games on the night with good team performances from the two teams. Next Monday they travel to Ardara where they will compete against Ardara, Dungloe and Naomh Conaill.
The under 16 boys have finished their league campaign and they now turn their attention to the championship which takes place on Monday 25th June and Monday 2nd July over 2 legs. Keep training boys.
The summer league will start on Friday 27th April at 5.30pm in the banks and continue every Friday for 7/8 weeks. Teams will be posted on the website next week.
The Seniors and Reserves played Cloughaneely last weekend. The seniors were level at halftime but Cloughaneely finished strongly taking the points. The reserves struggled in the first half and while they held their own in the second half the gap was too much. This weekend there are two games with a home game to Killybegs on Friday evening and away to N. Brid on Sunday.
Peil na mBan – Ladies, u16s and minors note time change for training to 8pm Tuesday and Thursdays in Banks. The u14 Girls play Gaoth Dobhair on Tue 17th April with a 6.15 throw in at Magheragallon, parents to have girls there at 6pm sharp and please bring socks and togs. League game v N.Brid-Pettigo in the Banks Sunday 22nd of April at 12 noon. Good support would be great for this young team.
The Club are organising a Scrap Saturday on Saturday May 5th. This is where we ask all from the area to bring along any old scrap metal to the GAA Club and we will separate it before off-loading it to a recognised recycling company. The Club benefits from this and uses the money raised for forthcoming developments such as the building of additional dressing rooms, improved coaching etc. The public who take the scrap down can get rid of metal which is gathering and by doing so are helping the Club and its youth.
Lotto details for week 11th April. Jackpot 1580 euro. No jackpot winner. There was one match 3 winner:
Peggy Boyle – Mullachdubh.
As this was the last draw for this 12 month cycle of for the 100 Club, we will be commencing a new run starting at the end of April, as always we are looking for new members. Can the 100 Club sellers check how many of their members are going into the new draw for our next cycle and let the finance committee know ASAP. This is a vital fundraiser in the running of the club for the year, so we are making a special appeal to members to join and help push the club forward.
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