Club notes 30-03-11
The Kevin McGill Memorial Cup (Under-12 Parish League) got under way on Friday last with some very good football being displayed by all teams. Scores on the night were Cork 0-12 Armagh 0-8 and Tyrone 0-11, Dublin 0-5.
The Under-12s play Mc Cumhaills in a challenge match on Friday 1st of April, time t.b.a. The under-10 training changes now to Tuesday and Thursday evenings in Pearse Memorial Park @ 6.pm. Under-8s coaching continues on Saturday mornings in Pearse Memorial Park @ 11.am.
The Club Easter Camp will take place this year from Monday 18th – Weds 20th of April, more details to follow.
Under-Age registration deadline is Thursday 31st of March to Anne Mc Ghee (087-2851167) or Gerard Mc Hugh (087-1427505). Togs and socks still available at a reduced price of €15, contact Gerard also.
The Under-16 team had a narrow defeat in the Under-16 Division 1 League in the Banks on Sunday, despite a gutsy display, going down to Naomh Mhuire on a 0-15 to 1-11 scoreline. The team play Kilcar on Wednesday 30th at home in a re-fixture @ 6.30.pm and play Aodh Ruadh on Monday 4th April at 6.30.pm in Pearse Memorial Park
The Minor team get their campaign off the mark on Friday evening (1st of April) with an away match in the Minor League v Kilcar @ 6.30.pm, and next Friday they are at home to Bundoran.
This Saturday both the senior and reserves are at home to Glenswilly this Saturday evening. The We play host to the Cumam na mbunscoil mini-sevens in the field today Wednesday, from 3.30- 5.30pm.
Ann McGee will take membership during the reserve and senior games on Saturday in the tea-rooms. Senior ladies had a good victory over Dungloe in the Gaeltacht and advance to the next round. The score was 5-8 to 1-10 with Tanya Barrett hitting 2-2, Carol Breslin 1-4, Jennifer McNelis 2-1 and Stacey Sweeney 0-1. They now play Naomh Conaill this weekend with time and date to be announced later the week.
Commiserations to both Conor Classon and Peter McNelis who were part of the Donegal U21 side that lost to Cavan in the Ulster semi-final.
Good luck to Paddy McGrath and Conor who are part of the senior county panel that is looking to secure a place in the NFL Division 2 final this Sunday when they battle Antrim in Ballyshannon.