Club Notes

BOYLE The U-14 team had a comprehensive 3 -22 to 1-10 win over St. Brigid’s in the Division 1 League. Their next game is against Clan na Gael on this Thursday at 7.30pm.  The McGovern Directional Drilling team continued their winning ways with a victory over Elphin on a scoreline of 0-12 to 1-6 on Saturday evening in Elphin. They have one outstanding game against Oran, which will be played in the coming weeks.  The Abbey Park was in resplendent condition on Saturday for the Community Games Sports. The preparations for the sports were interrupted by the unexpected arrival of a helicopter as the breeze from the rotor blades scattered the track markings throughout the pitch. Congratulations are extended to Mark O’Donoghoe who won a Connacht medal in his first appearance in the Roscommon junior colours in Pearse Stadium on Sunday. Congratulations are also extended to John Brennan (son of club stalwart Michael) and his bride on their recent wedding.  Good wishes for a speedy recovery are extended to legendary Boyle full back and supporter Anthony Keenehan who underwent an operation recently. CASTLEREA ST KEVIN’S Our Gilmartin’s Cash & Carry sponsored senior team play Roscommon Gaels in the O’Rourke Cup this weekend. We had a great win over Kiltubrid, Leitrim on Tuesday evening last in the Leo Kenny Cup, there is also the possibility of a Tansey Cup game on this coming Sunday. Congratulations to Roscommon juniors on winning the Connacht junior final in Galway on Sunday last, Michael Killilea played a vital role in this victory. Commiserations to Roscommon senior team on their defeat against Galway on Sunday last. Geoffrey Claffey and Gerard Heneghan were both members of the team and Enda Kenny was a sub, also hard luck to Roscommon minor team who lost out narrowly to Mayo in Castlebar on Saturday night last. Niall Collins, Bernard Carty and Michael Sweeney were all members of the panel and indeed Niall Collins was one of the best players on view on the evening. Hurling: Our U-14’s lost out to a stronger Roscommon Gaels side in the B county final on Saturday in Rockfield in a very sporting contest. The weather was ideal and the pitch was in excellent condition, thanks to the Oran Club.  The absence of the injured Garbhan Madigan was a severe blow but all our lads gave 100% until the final whistle and did their managers and the Club proud. Hurling training for the Under 8s, 10s and 12s will continue in the Community School pitch on Thursdays at 6.30 pm.  O’Rourke Park: Work on re-sodding O’Rourke Park is now complete but the ground must be rested for a period of time before use. We hope that very shortly all teams will be able to return to the park for games and training, in the meantime training for the different teams goes ahead as scheduled either at the Community School or at the C.P pitch in Tarmon. We are very grateful to the Community School and the committee of C.P soccer club for allowing us use of their facilities for training. We extend sincere sympathy to the Hanmore Family, Harristown, on the death of Michael Hanmore, a former club player; also to the Cahill family, Main Street, on the death of Ted Cahill, brother of Frank Cahill. CLANN NA GAEL Clann na nGael Golf Classic Date: Friday 6th June Venue: Athlone Golf Club Format: Teams of 4 (Ladies, Gents or Mixed) Scoring: 2 scores to count on all holes Sponsorship Cost: Team of 4 – €200 Tee-Box  – €100. First Tee Time 7.30am, Last Tee Time 4.30pm. Prizes Galore and a meal after the golf, so get your team in now. Note: For Tee Time Bookings, Please contact Aidan O’Brien 086-8134300.  Ladies U-14 County Final: Clann na nGael 3-13 St Mary’s 2-06 Pride of place this week goes to the Tom Nolan & Co sponsored U-14 girl’s team who secured the Championship and Feile double with a great victory over a strong St Mary’s team in Kilglass. Although the score line suggests an easy win, this was anything but, as with less than 10 minutes to go the result was very much in doubt but the Clann girls dug deep and finished in style scoring 1-5 without reply. Player of The Match went to Rebecca Naughton who never stopped running and carrying the game to St Mary’s. Captain Karen Nicholson received the cup from County Secretary Francie Keane and thanked everyone including the management team of Kevin Naughton, Terry O’Neill and Mickey Dunning. Busy Weekend: It was a busy weekend for many of the U-14 Girls. On Friday night they secured the league and cup double with a 2-1 win in Tullamore with Bealnamulla girls under the guidance of Mickey Dunning and Aisling Egan. After the county final on Saturday some of the team took part in the community games soccer finals, with the U-12s winning 2-0 and the U-15s winning after a penalty shootout. Congratulations to Saoirse McManus who had the distinction of winning 3 county titles on the same day, being involved with u-12 and u-15 soccer and the U-14 Gaelic.  U-10 and U-8 training for Boys and Girls: Cancelled next Sunday morning on account of First Holy Communion in the Parish but will be on instead on next Saturday Morning at 11.15 in Johnstown. On Saturday morning Clann travelled to Kiltoom for the Go Game Blitz and all teams performed very well in what was a very enjoyable day. A Skills Clinic will be held in Johnstown from July 7th to July 11th for both Boys and Girls, running from 10am to 3pm each day. There will be a number of inter-county players visiting each day. Registration forms are available from club coach Caroline Geraghty in the schools or from the underage managers. CREGGS Both Creggs teams have been enjoying mixed results in recent games. On Friday evening the Division 4 team was defeated by a strong Roscommon Gaels side by 1-14 to 2-5 in a keenly contested league game at Hyde Park. Creggs fought back strongly in the second half but the Gaels powered by Francis Noone and Ross Shannon pulled away with some well-taken scores. Creggs had some good performances also from several players, with Robert White, Micheal Keany, Ronan Kelly, Enda O’Rourke and Kevin Raftery outstanding. On Saturday Creggs played Glenamaddy in a challenge match, which ended up all square at 1-9 to 0-12. On the May Bank holiday weekend, Creggs division 4 team defeated Oran in the Declan Harrington Shield played in beautiful conditions at Rockfield. Thanks to Oran GAA who invited us to participate in this worthy tournament and congratulations on the excellent organisation on the day.  O’Gara Cup: Creggs 0-9 St. Croans 0-14 – St Croan’s pulled away in the closing stages to claim victory in this league game. Brian Mullin at full forward gave a fine exhibition of free taking and this proved decisive in a contest in which Creggs failed to make sufficient use of a strong wind in the first half, leading only by one point at half time. The Creggs defence worked hard throughout, with Joel Mc Philbin and Daniel Keane outstanding. EIRE OG The Intermediate team are back in action this weekend. They’re due to play St. Brigid’s in Kiltoom – check fixtures for details. The following club players participated in an U-10 Blitz in Frenchpark last Wednesday evening: Shane Quinn, Eoin Walshe, Ronan Dooney, James Lafferty, Ronan Cahill, Conor Coleman, Jarlath Lavin, Matthew Webb, Lee Corrigan, Sean Groarke, Kieran Lavin, Kieran Dolan, Ciaran Walshe, James Walshe, Aaron Woods, Mark Finan, Jason Tuithe, Hayden Impey.  Congratulations to Mick Jordan and his Roscommon Junior side that overcame the plucky challenge of Leitrim to claim the Connacht title at Pearse Stadium on Sunday. Here’s hoping the lads can go all the way in the All-Ireland series. MICHAEL GLAVEY’S A meeting of parents and management of the U-16 team are requested to attend a meeting at the Community Centre, Ballinlough this Friday May 23rd at 9pm. If there is anyone who would like to travel to Kilcummin Co. Kerry and are unable to attend this meeting they are asked to contact one of the following: Damien Beirne (086) 8590471, Gerry Coffey (086) 3856050, or Patricia Browne (086) 3723067. The Glaveys U-14 team had a good win in the Championship against St. Michaels and they play Ballinameen in Ballinameen this Thursday at 7pm. Congratulations to Granlahan Primary School on winning the County Hurling Competition for new schools.  Best Wishes to Granlahan N.S in the County quarter finals of Cumann na Mbunscoil. Well done to Edel Coffey (Granlahan N.S.) who was chosen to play in an exhibition game organised by Cumann na Mbunscoil at Pearse Stadium on Sunday last. Congratulations to Roscommon Junior Team and the management on winning the Connacht final against Leitrim last weekend. The club would like to wish Martin Glennon, Cloonfad a speedy recovery from his recent illness. KILBRIDE A hectic week has flown by for all our underage teams. U-14s – On Friday evening last our U-14s had home advantage against a strong and powerful Eire-Og. However, our boys had the chinks in the Eire Og armour well sussed early in the game and they proceeded to put on a fabulous display of football. The Green and White were well-deserved winners on the day. U-12s. Wednesday saw our young squad in Hyde Park for a challenge match against our good neighbours Roscommon Gaels. A beautiful evening with a good entertaining match provided for the spectators. We took a long time to settle, but edged out narrow victors. U-10s. Our U-10 squad had the busiest week, with the semi-final of the Kilglass Gaels U-10 tournament on Friday evening against Tulsk. A tough match, with Kilbride 2 points down at half time. The pep talk must have been something else because they came back out with all guns blazing and their shooting boots on. This saw them through to the Final on Sunday evening against Fenagh/St Cailan’s. Our boys and girls fought bravely but credit where it is due, Fenagh won comfortably and deservedly. Our thanks once again to Kilglass for inviting us to the tournament. KILGLASS GAELS The club would like to commiserate with Seamus Nugent on not been elected treasurer of the Co Board on Tuesday night last. Seamus lost the vote on a count of 29 to 37.   Seamus is a credit himself his family and the club because all the work he has done for Roscommon GAA throughout the years has meant that the whole Nugent family have been needed to stand at gates or sell tickets or raise funds. We congratulate Seamus on doing the hard work and wish him the best of luck with life away from the county board. They don’t know what they are losing.  Fixtures: Everyone in Kilglass must have been eating ‘crunchies’ as we had that winning Friday feeling with the club getting in to two county finals and winning a Tansey cup game as well.  In Kilteevan our Siobhan McHugh sponsored  U-14 girls had a great win over Castlerea in the co semi final. Our girls played very well they won by three points in the end and advanced to the final. Next up was the Rooskey Transport sponsored U-16 boys team who yet again were in a semi final in Kilteevan. St Croan’s were never going to be easy beaten and both teams showed heart and determination and a never say die attitude and they fought hard for their place in the county final and won by two points and they now advance to play Oran in the final which will be late next week. To complete a great weekend Kilglass beat Kilteevan in the Tansey cup. The club would like to wish Sinead Connellan a speedy recovery after her recent leg operation and hope to see her back on the playing field very soon. The annual Kilglass sports day will be held in the pitch this Sunday at 2.30. KILMORE The King and Moffat sponsored junior team were defeated 4-9 to 0-11 by Strokestown on Friday last in the league. They are due to play St Joseph’s this Sunday at 2pm in Kilmore.  The Kalzen sponsored senior team play Kilbride in Kilbride on this Friday night at 8pm in the O’Rourke Cup.  Our U-14 team defeated St Ronan’s last Thursday in an exciting game in Kilmore.  The annual golf classic took place last Saturday in Carrick-on-Shannon. The winning team was Johnny Moffat, Mickey Foley, Pat Conlisk and Johnny Crowe. The club wishes to thank everyone who participated in the golf classic. Special thanks to the organisers Jim and Pat King. Thanks to Carmelita Caslin and Frank Dennehy who organised the teams on the day. Thanks to Aine Caslin and Shauna Quigley who helped out on the day in the tent. Special thanks to all our sponsors who supported the golf classic and finally thanks to the staff and everyone at Carrick On Shannon golf club for their excellent hospitality and co-operation on the day.  Congratulations to Colm and Paul Garvey who won Connacht junior medals with Roscommon on Sunday when they defeated Leitrim. Also congrats to John Gannon who participated in the game at half time in the Roscommon/Galway game. Commiserations to Derek Connellan and the Roscommon team on their defeat against Galway. PADRAIG PEARSES Kepak Roscommon Hurling Championship: Pearses 2-13 Oran 1-8: (See Match report) Next weekend Championship hurling returns to Pairc an Phiarsaigh for the first time in two years when Pearses take on Four Roads in the second (subject to confirmation) match of a triple bill, a big crowd is expected and your support would be appreciated. Connacht League Senior Football: Pearses 0-14 St Aidan’s 0-7: Both sides fielded weakened teams but Pearses finished strongly to run out easy winners. The next round will be against Caltra possibly on Tuesday 27th May. Padraig Pearses U-14 Squad was invited to The Niall O’Higgins Memorial Tournament that was held in Drumshambo on Monday May 5th as Roscommon Feile Winners. Pearses played Boyle in the quarter-finals but were narrowly beaten by 1-04 to 1-06. Pearses would like to thank Drumshambo for the invitation and the refreshments provided on the day. Pearses played St Dominic’s last Thursday last and had a good win in the league on a scoreline of 3-8 to 2-5.There were good performances from Adrian Mannion, Eoin Glennon, Darren Greene, Darren Kelly, and Graham Hendricks.  Pearses then had another good win in the league when they beat Clan na Gael last Sunday on a scoreline of Pearses 3-6 Clan na Gael 2-3. Adrian Mannion, Eoin Glennon, Conor Fallon, Ronan Daly, Paul Dolan, Adrian Ward all played well. Pearses will take on Oran next Thursday 22nd in Oran at 7pm. Congratulations to Anthony Butler, Eamonn Donoghue, Padraic Corbett and David Donnellan who were called into the County U-16 squad. This week’s fixtures subject to conformation: O’Rourke Senior Football: Pearses v St Aidan’s, Pairc an Phiarsaigh, Friday 23rd May 7.00pm, Senior Hurling Championship: Pearses v Four Roads, Pairc an Phiarsaigh, Sunday 25th May 3.00pm, Junior B: Pearses v St Brigid’s, Kiltoom, Friday 23rd May 7.00pm, Junior A: Tansey Cup: Pearses v Castlerea, Castlerea, Sunday 25th May 12pm. Check out our website: http://homepage.eircom.net/~padraigpearses ROSCOMMON GAELS  Club Marathon: The club are running a major fundraiser – 12-hour GAA marathon at Dr Hyde Park this Saturday. Please bring along completed sponsorship cards on the day. Schedule: 9-10am: Girls U-14 football and Camogie. 10-11am – U-8’s and beginners. 11am to 3pm – U-10 blitz. 3-4pm – Boys U-12 Football and Hurling. 4-5pm – Boys U-14 Football and Hurling. 5-6pm – Boys u-16 Football and Hurling. 6-7pm Girls U-16 Minor and Senior Football. 7-8pm Boys Minor Football, Senior Football and Senior Hurling. 8-9pm – Over 35’s. There will be a social afterwards in The Hyde Centre at 9.30pm. Refreshments will be provided during the day. Every player who participates will receive a momento on the day. There will also be a draw for GAA gear for those who return a full sponsorship card on the day. The club are holding their Annual Golf Classic on Friday and Saturday 6th and 7th June. Details from Paulie Hoare. The senior hurlers went down to Tremane by a point in the SHC last Saturday at Hyde Park. (See separate match report). They play St Dominic’s in a must-win game in Pairc an Phiarsaigh on Sunday next at 1.30pm. Training as usual this week. The senior team played a challenge game in Galway last Sunday against St James and won by a point. This weekend they play Michael Glaveys on Saturday night in the O’Rourke Cup (see fixtures for details). The minor team played Salthill last Sunday in a challenge and were beaten but it was good workout. The U-14 hurlers won the county shield at the weekend and congrats to them. ST BARRYS St Barry’s U-14 girls were crowned County Champions Div 3 on Friday evening last in Frenchpark beating St Croan’s by three points in a close encounter that was entertaining and interesting. Final score St Barry’s 1-9 St Croan’s 0-9. This was a great display by the girls and it augurs well for the future of the Barry’s ladies football. The girls are entitled to all our congratulations and we also acknowledge the role of the management team in the great work they are doing with this squad of players. They are a small group but full of enthusiasm. Congrats girls. We send our Congratulations to Johnny Harte who won a Connacht Junior medal on Sunday last in Galway where Roscommon defeated Leitrim after extra time. Also well done to Finbar McGowan and Martin Guildford who were part of the panel. It was a great weekend for the St Barry’s club.    It will not be much consolation to David Keenan, his club congratulating him on lining out for his County on Sunday last against Galway, but the club were very proud of him and we are confident he will have a long and positive role with Roscommon senior football. Friday evenings on the Barry’s pitch is a sight to behold. The small dedicated bunch of people with 50 or 60 youngsters been put through their drill is the order of the day. So we need to ask can we help out in any way, I am sure the backup would be appreciated, so have a word with Seamie, Pat Peter, John, Seamus or whoever and see if they could do with a little help. Training for U-8’s and U-10’s takes place on Friday evening at 6.30pm at St Barry’s pitch. We extend sympathy to Pauline Conroy and Marie Hanly on the death of their uncle John Kiernan, also Packie Cox, Killinordan, Scramogue and family on the death of his sister in law Mrs. J. Cox, The Abbey, Cloontuskert who passed away recently. May they rest in peace. ST BRIGID’S Mid South Junior B Championship: St Brigid’s 4-14 St Dominic’s 2-6 – Team: Donal Moore, Dermot Nestor, Noel Kilcommins, Johnny Lennon, Johnny Grehan, Michael Domican, Joe Bonner, Cormac Sheehy, Tomas Hannon, Gerry Dunning, Enda Gormley, Kevin Monaghan, Tom Lennon, Brian Lennon, Cian McDonnell. Subs: Enda Mannion, Colm Lennon, Anthony Clogher. ST joseph’s Tansey Cup: An under-strength St. Joseph’s team went down to Kilglass on Friday evening last in Kilglass. Short a number of regulars, Joseph’s went in level at the interval but ran out of steam in the second half.  Best Wishes for a speedy recovery to Colin McElvaney who was injured on Friday evening. Next outing against Kilmore – check fixtures for date and time. ST CROAN’S It has been a busy week for St Croan’s with action at all levels in the club. Over the bank holiday weekend the Intermediate produced a great team performance, against a strong wind to defeat Creggs in the O’Gara Cup.  The junior team hosted Castlerea in the Tansey cup on Bank holiday Monday and this local derby ended in a two-point defeat for Croans. However a much improved performance saw Croans defeat Fuerty in a highly entertaining game on Sunday last. A quality team performance in the second half saw Croans come back into the game and aided by two goals from Declan Lannon, they were deserving winners by a two-point margin. Many thanks to Seán Hoban Tiling who sponsored a set of jerseys for the junior team.  The minor team were well defeated by St Aidan’s in the league on Sunday the 4th. In spite of good start Aidan’s ran out comprehensive winners. The minors also had a beneficial challenge game against Glenamaddy on Saturday last and were winners by a point.  Western Gaels defeated the U-14 team in the league on Thursday last. St Croan’s would like to wish Oisin Ward of Western Gaels a speedy recovery after sustaining an injury during the game.  The U-16 team are due to play Kilglass in the Championship semi-final on Friday next in Tulsk. Please check fixtures for the time.  ST. FAITHLEACHS  O’Rourke Cup: Next game against Western Gaels on this weekend, see fixtures for details.  Tansey Cup: See fixtures for next game. Blind Date: Blind Date Fundraising Event has been postponed from Friday May 30th. Date to be re-fixed. Congratulations: To Shauna O’Neill, Cloontuskert who took part in the Blitz & Guard of Honour at the Roscommon V Galway match on Sunday last. Also congratulations to the Roscommon Junior Team who defeated Leitrim on Sunday last. Well done to St. Faithleachs representatives on the day, Raymond Cox, Captain voted Man of the Match Martin Reynolds and Aidan Dooney.  Sympathy: The Club extends deepest sympathy to Joe Cox, Cloontuskert on the death of his wife Maura Cox. To her sons J.P. & Peter, daughters Mary & Ann, extended family and friends. The Club extends deepest sympathy to the Hynes Family & Cox Family on the death of Tom Hynes, Green Gardens.  ST RONAN’S U-8 and U-10 blitz starts in Ballyfarnon on next Saturday morning when St. Ronan’s play St. Michael’s all players be there at 10.30. U-14 girls played in the championship B final on Friday evening last in Elphin and were beaten. Well done to players and manager for achieving this in their first year competing. Will all underage players give a copy of their birth cert or baptismal cert to managers or minor board committee within the next week to be registered. Post Primary Disco in Keadue Hall on Friday night the 23rd May. TULSK  All was quiet on the club scene this week, training for all junior and intermediate players continues as planned. Fees for Pitch side advertisement boards are due for renewal. Anyone with an excising signs or looking to place a new one please contact Seamus Donoghue, or any of the pitch or finance committee. STROKESTOWN The junior team had a comfortable win against neighbours Kilmore in the Tansey Cup last Friday evening in Strokestown.  The senior’s are scheduled for O’Rourke cup action this coming weekend. See fixtures for more details. ST DOMNIC’S James Geraghty of Molloys Pharmacy will give a talk on Health /Nutrition/Diet and Fitness in the Community Centre, Knockcroghery on this Friday Night at 9pm. This should be of great interest for all parents who have young boys and girls playing sports and also to all trainers and managers. Admission is Free and everyone is welcome. Provision of Defibrillators in Parish: A Public Meeting will be held in Culleen Hall on Tuesday 27th May at 9pm to discuss the provision of Defibrillators in the Parish of Knockcroghery/St Johns/Rahara. All interested persons and organisations should attend this Meeting. Training for all Beginners, U-8, U-10 and U-12 footballers continue on this Sunday morning 25th May at 12 noon in the Pitch. Registration forms will be available at the Pitch on Sunday. Its Championship time again and this Sunday Dominic’s play Roscommon Gaels in Woodmount at 12.30pm. The Gaels already have one game under their belts, which they lost to Tremane on Sunday last but Dominic’s have been training hard and will be well prepared for this Match. Brendan Hanley is back to his best again and with new young players such as Dec Dowling, Daniel Byrne and CC Corcoran coming through, Dominic’s are quietly confident of a good run this year. Junior Football Championship: St Brigid’s defeated Dominic’s on Friday evening last in Kiltoom. Our U-14 footballers played Padraig Pearses in the League in Knockcroghery on Thursday last and if ever there was a game of two halves this was it. Dominic’s were totally dominant in the first half but could just not finish off the moves while Pearses were on top form for most of the second half and levelled matters midway through the half but Dominic’s were then awarded a penalty when Sean McGloin was fouled and Donnelly crashed home from the Spot. Dominic’s only scored one other point and Pearses went on to win by 6 pts.  U-10 Football: Dominic’s played Roscommon Gaels in a blitz on May 1st in Hyde Park and this was a very enjoyable evening for all the players and parents. Both clubs had in excess of 30 players and all players got a game over a three Match Blitz. Dominic’s would like to thank the Gaels Club for hosting the Blitz and the refreshments after. Dominic’s will host the return Blitz in late May. U-8 Football: Dominic’s played Roscommon Gaels in a blitz on Thursday evening last in Knockcroghery and this was a very enjoyable evening for all the Players and Parents. It was nice to see a photo of the youngsters on the Sunday Independent on Sunday last. On Saturday last St Dominic’s Ladies U-14 team travelled to Kilglass Gaels to compete for the Division 2B title against Oran, the sides had previously met in the league with Oran coming out on top on that occasion. It was cool day which benefited both teams as the game was played at a furious pace from the off. St Dominic’s 1-10 Oran 2-5. No one could argue with Player of the match, which went to Caroline Gunning (Oran). We would like to thank all who travelled down and supported the girls. Well Done. Training times: U-16 training returning the 3rd June, 6:30pm. Newcomers welcome. Anyone who has not registered please contact the trainer on the night. The Club send their best wishes to Declan Miley and Marina Gilhawley who were married on Saturday last in Sligo. WESTERN GAELS We had seven clubmen involved with the various County teams at the weekend. John Nolan, Derek Moran and Kevin Higgins played on the junior team that beat Leitrim. It was a weekend to forget for Donal Casserly, Seanie McDermott, Cathal Cregg and the Senior Team. Michael Higgins played on the minor team that lost to Mayo on Saturday evening. He won’t have much time to dwell on it as he has a big game coming up on Wednesday. He will captain Castlerea Community School in a Connacht C Final. We wish him, along with Mark Reynolds, Ciaran and Brian Cafferky the very best of luck.  Our Senior team play St. Faithleachs next weekend in the O’ Rourke Cup. See Fixtures. Tickets are available for our Dinner dance in the Abbeyfield Hotel, Ballaghaderreen. The cost is €50 and are available from all Club officers.  HURLING BALLYGAR Our Intermediate team played their third round Championship game on Sunday last, against Clarinbridge in Athenry. The game ended in a draw on a scoreline of 1-15 to 2-12. There were some notable performances on the day by Garry Brennan, Padraic Mannion and Darragh O’Malley in defence while up front Declan Nolan, D.J. Nolan Martin Hanley and Stephen Lohan played well. Pat Quinn and Dermott Shaughnessy also played quite good around the middle of the park.  The club Junior C team played Athenry in their first round game of the championship on Saturday evening in Ballymacward. Unfortunately Athenry were the winners of this game on a scoreline of 3-08 to 3-11. This was a good performance by the junior team but the lads will have to sharpen up on various aspects of their game. The Junior C Championship continues next weekend. Our Junior C team game is fixed for the 25th May against Liam Mellows (venue to be confirmed). Please check with local notice boards and newspapers for exact times and venues. The Hurling club is organising its annual fundraising Race Night due to be held on the 21st June, and is seeking help, especially from all players to sell horses so please lend your support. Membership is still been taken in; contact Neal Geraghty, Vincent Burke or Hugh Mannion.