Shannon Gaels Club News.
Shannon Gaels Club News.
September 09, 2019
Shannon Gaels mens intermediate team were defeated by Castlerea on Sunday evening by 3 points(see match report). They have been drawn out to play Kilmore in a quarter final next Sunday time and venue to be confirmed.
Our boys U12 team drew with St. Ciarans last Thursday evening, they are due to play Kilbride this Thursday evenign in Croghan at 7pm.
The U14 amalgamated Div 2 team had a fantastic win over St. Brigids scoring 9 goals and 25 points. Our minors came out winners over St. Ciarans by a goal on Thursday evening last and our U16s were defeated by Padraig Pearses.
The club will have the official opening of our pitch on Sunday 29th September with lots of underage games and lots of activities for the whole family. To coincide with this the club is running a draw with top prize a trip to Old Trafford for Man United home game of your choice flights and accommodation. Second prize is Weekend away for 2 in Ireland with numerous other prizes. Tickets cost €10 and are now available from club members. Draw will take place on the day of opening.
The club extends sympathy to the McLoughlin Family Cortober on the death of Mai Flynn, and also to Martin Talbot and the Talbot Family Cortober on the death of Sarah Talbot. Ah Dheis De go raibh a anam.
LADIES: Shannon Gaels adult ladies bowed out of the championship on Saturday when they were beaten by Clann na nGael in the semi final.
We would like to thank the management of Pat Leonard and John O'Dowd with help from John O'Callaghan for their tireless commitment to the ladies. Thanks also to Mary Finan and Nuala O'Beirne for doing first aid at the games. To Aisling Creighton for her physio expertise throughout the year. Massive thanks to the girls themselves for a roller coaster of a year. They maintain senior status for 2020 and we are all of the firm belief that there is a senior title with Shannon Gaels name on it.
Our club ran an U12 girls blitz in Croghan on Sunday morning which was organised to a very high standard by Leona Carney. The visiting clubs enjoyed our wonderful facilities in our new pitch. St. Barrys won the coveted trophies while all others were presented with medals. Hugh thanks to Leo of Carrick Tiles for the sponsorship of the event. Also thank you to Chris and pitch committee for having everything in place and once again we must thank the parents for helping out on the day.
Please note that the County Board tickets are still available for purchase from Patricia 0833401907. The funds from this goes to the development of County teams and the running of the Club competitions. Please support,