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1st June 2013

posted 30 Jun 2013, 15:21 by Unknown user
Fixtures and results
The U14 11 a side championship throw in is against St Osnats /Glencar on Friday 5th July in St Osnats at 7pm.
 
Underage Blitz
We played Sean O Heslins in an underage Blitz on Saturday morning in Ballinamore.  Well done to all who took part, fantastic to see such big numbers in attendance in our underage.
 
 
Leitrim V London Replay
Hard luck to Leitrim who went down fighting to London in the Connaught semi final on Sunday last.  It was certainly a game of two halves, with london taking advantage of the stiff breeze with a 14 pont lead at half time.  Leitrim uped their game in the second half only to run out of time and that extra bit of luck to loose by a single point.  Well done to London on their victory and best wishes for the Connaught final against Mayo.
Well done to the Drumcong National School players who participated in the half time interval game at the match.
 
Ard Na Speire
The 12th July is the date that has been set to hand over the funds raised to the Heart House at the Mater Foundation from the charity run in memory of Sandra Earley. The cheque will be handed over on the 12th July in Gerties Canal Stop Keshcarrigan from 8pm. There will be a guest speaker on the night from the hearthouse along with music and finger food.
Again congratulations to all those involved in the organisation, sponsorship and to all who took part in this event. A very worthly cause and a lovely way to remember Sandra.

Guess the Score
Thanks to all who supported our recent guess the score competition the winner of the 2 All Ireland tickets was Kevin Nealon, Drumshanbo. Congratulations to Kevin and we hope he enjoys his prize.
 
Club Members Draw
Our quarterly members draw took place on bike day at the pitch and the winner of €35 was a very well deserved Dermot Heeran.
 
Sympathy
The Club would like to extend its sympathy to Anne Mc Nabola and the Mulvey family on the death of her aunt Elizabeth Mulvey Manchester may she rest in peace. Funeral arrangements later.
The Club would also like to extend its sympathy to the Kelly Family, Bonnial and Kilclare also to the Keaney Family, Shanraw on the death of Michael Twomey
Mourneabbey, Co Cork. RIP
 
 
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