The county trials of the Mini 7s will take place in Letterkenny on Wed. May 1st with time and venue to be confirmed. Divisional reps will be holding trials in their respective divisions to choose players to go forward for the county trials. Each school is asked to nominate one girl & one boy to represent their school. Their names should be emailed to the county secretary at email@example.com
The county finals of the rounders competitions have been provisionally fixed for Sat. 11th May @ 11am in a venue yet to be confirmed.
All schools should now have their 1st round blitzes completed. The county stages of each competition will take place in the coming weeks. Winners of each blitz are asked to email their results to firstname.lastname@example.org in order for the PRO to determine the make of the quarter and semi finalists.
Ulster Indoor Camogie/Football:
Both Woodlands NS (camogie) and Kilmacrennan NS (football) made the long journey to Cookstown, Co Tyrone to represent Donegal in the Ulster finals of the above competitions last week. Both schools put in very good performances with the Woodlands girls reaching the final and counting themselves very unlucky not to have taken home the silverware. Kilmacrennan boys were unfortunate to lose out to the Armagh champions who ended up winning the competition. Well done to all!
The next meeting will take place in the Silver Tassie, Letterkenny on Wed. 1st May immediately after the Mini 7s county trials.Tags: