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25th May 2015

posted 26 May 2015, 00:11 by Eoin Meehan
FIXTURES AND RESULTS

Hard luck to the U16's who were beaten by a stronger Aughavas on Friday night last in the U16 league. This finishes the U16 league for this year. The Div 2 team took on Drumreilly at home on Saturday evening last and emerged victorious with a one point win. Final score Kiltubrid 1-15 Drumreilly 2-11. On Sunday morning, the Div 3 team was defeated by Mohill. Next Sunday, the Div 2 team travel to north Leitrim to take on Glencar/Manorhamilton. 


ATHLETICS NEWS

Huge congratulations to all the athletes from the club who took part in last Wednesdays track and field athletics event in Manorhamilton. Several medals were again collected on the day. 


UNDERAGE BLITZ

Our U8's and U10's travelled to Fenagh last Saturday morning for a very worthwhile blitz. Games were played against Fenagh and Garadice Gaels.

Training continues as normal every Saturday for U6, 8 and 10's.


AN TOSTAL SPORTS DAY

On Monday next, June 1st, Allen Gaels GAA and Drumshanbo Athletic Club will host a traditional family fun sports day with novelty events and races for small children and adults of all ages. Events include sack race, egg and sponn, 3 legged race and more.  Some volunteers are needed to help out on the day.  If you are planning to come along and think you might be able to help out, in any way at all, please contact Drumshanbo AC. 


KELLOGG'S GAA CUL CAMPS

This year there are some exciting changes to the kit, with a stylish new half zip top and T-shirt replacing the original jersey, togs & socks. The backpack is still part of the new kit, while the cost of attending the camps remains the same as the last number of years. On-line registration is now available and we would encourage parents to use this method of registration if convenient as it greatly helps with assigning coaches etc to the camp. Camp will take place in Drumshanbo on week commencing 13th July . 

KILTUDRID LADIES FINAL

Lady luck was not with the Kiltubrid ladies last Friday evening when they were defeated by Aghawillan in Pairc Sean in the Division 1 league final.

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