Club notes roundup

CLANN NA NGAEL Underage Results: U-12 league: Clann 5-12 Roscommon Gaels 2-6; U-12 Ladies Championship: Clann 2-9 Padraig Pearses 1-4; U-12 Ladies Championship: St. Ciarans 2-5 Clann 4-5 Fixtures: U-12 Ladies Championship: Thursday 13th September, Johnstown 7 pm: Clann Vs St. Dominics; Saturday 15th September, Johnstown 7 pm Clann Vs Roscommon Gaels; Thursday 19th September, Johnstown 7 pm Clann Vs Four Roads. Results : U-10 ACC A Final: Clann 0-6 Padraig Pearses 3-9; U-10 ACC B Final: Mountbellew 5-8 Ballinasloe 2-3; U-10 ACC C Final: Caltra 4-12 St Aidans 2-8; U-12 Division 4 Clann 0-9 St Barrys 3-12. Fixtures: Saturday Junior A Championship Clann Vs Creggs in Ballyforan at 4:45 pm; Junior B Mid South Final Clann Vs St Faithleachs in Ballyforan at 6:15 pm; U-12 Division 1 Clann Vs St Brigids in Kiltoom at 6:45pm; Sunday U-12 Division 4 Clann Vs Kilmore in Johnstown at 6 pm.   ST. DOMINICS Annual BBQ: The annual Club BBQ takes place on Saturday night 15th in the Widow Pats. We are also launching our new three Year Sponsorship Deal on the night and would like to thank the sponsors and look forward to seeing them on the night. A limited number of tickets are still available. Music is by Upper Limits. Our Minor girls play in the County final on Saturday 15 th September against Oran in Oran at 6pm. We would urge as many as possible to come along and support. U-10s win Oran Tournament: A very large crowd attended the finals of the Oran Tournament on Sunday 9th. 8 teams participated with St Dominics qualifying for the A final Vs St. Ciarans. It was tense with Dominics finishing 4 points clear at 2-10 to 3-3. Congratulations to both teams. Our thanks also to all concerned with this tournament. Training continues next Sunday at 12:00 with the Owensie Hoare Tournament scheduled for Saturday 22nd in the Hyde. The Club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Mark Noonan who received a facial injury during Fridays match. U-14: Our U-14 League Final has again been postponed. The match will probably go ahead on the weekend of 15th/16th September. U-16: Our U-16 team is through to the semi-final and will play St Michaels, date and venue yet to be fixed. Training continues on Friday at 7pm. U-12 Ladies: Our U-12s played St Croans on Friday last and emerged victorious. Training continues for our Beginners, U-8, U-10 and U-12 on Sunday from 12 – 1 pm. The Club offers its sympathy to the Morris Family, Corboley and the McDermott/Shine Family Ballymurray on their recent sad bereavements.   TULSK Boyle and Fuerty played in Tulsk on Sunday, many thanks to the pitch committee for having the park in fine condition and to Mary O’Connell for supplying refreshments at half time. Hopefully Tulsk will be considered for many neutral senior and intermediate games in the future.   Our Minor team again drew with Western Gaels; this is proving to be an epic battle. The replay is now fixed for this weekend. Our deepest sympathy is expressed to the Cunnane Family in Flaska on the death of Nuala, she is survived by her husband Joe daughters Suzanne and Yvonne and son Joseph, who is well known as a Tulsk midfielder for many years. RIP.   EIRE OG Well done to the intermediate team who had a convincing win over Castlerea in the Co quarter-final played in Ballinlough. The semi final will be against Michael Glaveys and will be played in the next few weeks.   BOYLE The Minor team was defeated by St Ciarans, Fuerty on Thursday evening on a final score 0-11 to 0-8. U-12’s a busy weekend in the Championship beating Roscommon Gaels on Friday by 3-9 to 2.7 but was narrowly defeated by one point by Oran on Sunday. Next match is this weekend against Padraig Pearses. See fixtures for time and venue. The Intermediate team had a good win against Fuerty in Tulsk. Final score was 3-8 to 0-7. There will be a Special Meeting for all Club Members in September to discuss future plans. Please watch these notes for more details.   KILMORE The National Automated sponsored Minor Team beat Ballinameen 4-8 to 0-7 in Cootehall on Friday last. They now play Kilglass in the final, date & venue yet to be arranged. The Club draw will be launched in Early’s on Friday 14th in conjunction with the draw for the raffle tickets for All-Ireland Tickets. Tickets are available from any executive member for this raffle.   ST. JOSEPHS Congratulations to club player Mark Fox and his wife Tish, on the birth of their baby daughter Maria. Well done to another club player Fergal Towey who completed a triathlon in Lough Key on Sunday last.   ST. MICHAELS The U-12’s were defeated by St Dominics in the championship on Sunday last. Thanks: A special word of thanks to Niamh and Peter in the Moorings for all their help with the recent successful fundraiser for the U-12’s. Also the club wishes to thank the management and players of our intermediate and minor panels for their effort and commitment during the year. U-16: The U-16 team may have a league or championship game at the weekend – see fixtures for details.   CASTLEREA ST. KEVIN’S Our Clasby Beale Associates sponsored intermediate team bowed out of the intermediate championship on Saturday last after a disappointing 0-5 defeat to Eire Og. Fund-raiser: Senior player Fintan Carty is going on a building project to South Africa with the Niall Mellon Township trust and he must raise €4,000 for same; to help achieve this he will be holding a social in the O’Rourke Centre on Saturday 22nd September, music by Sustained. All club members are urged to support this worthy cause and we wish Fintan well with his endeavours. Bingo: More help is needed for both bingo and the Lucky Numbers Draw; a little help from a few more would make life easier for all so please volunteer before someone calls asking for help. Have you visited our website: ; the site is reasonably well up to date and thanks to the efforts of Derek Flynn many new pictures have been added to the gallery section.   ST. BRIGID’S St Brigid’s 1-14 Roscommon Gaels 1-9: Our Permanent Hodson Bay Hotel Senior football team qualified for the County Final with a 5 point win over Roscommon Gaels. See Report. St Brigid’s 2-14 Eire Og 1-4: Our Minor team qualified for the semi finals of the championship with a fine win over Eire Og on Friday last. BBQ: The Annual BBQ fundraiser run by the Senior Men Player’s takes place on next Saturday September 15th in the Clubhouse. Tickets €20 each available from any Senior Player or committee member. U-16 Boys play Roscommon Gaels in the Co Final next weekend (See Fixtures). Your support for both teams appreciated.   ST. CROANS The U-10s were defeated by a much stronger St. Brendan’s team, in the Oran U-10 Tournament C Final. The club would like to thank Oran for inviting us once again to a very well run tournament and also thanks Lennon’s Shop, Ballintubber for their kind sponsorship of a new set of jerseys for the team. The U-12s defeated Elphin in the championship on Sunday.   PADRAIG PEARSES Senior Football Semi-Final : Pearses 0-8 St Faithleachs 0-15. Pearses Senior Footballers bowed out of the championship last Sunday. The damage was done with a poor first-half display in which Fhailles were the dominant team and went in at the interval 0-10 to 0-2 ahead. Pearses led by minor stars Niall Carty and Eanna Ryan got within five points at one stage but the badly needed goal never materialised and Fhailles held on for a comfortable victory. Senior Hurling Championship : Pearses 1-11 Oran 2-8 Pearses Senior Hurlers played out an exciting tussle with Oran but even after extra time nothing could separate the teams. (See match report). The replay has been set for next Saturday night at 5.30pm in Athleague.  U-16 League semi-final : Pearses 4-15 Clann na nGael 3-5: Pearses U-16’s produced a fine display to defeat Clann and booked a place in the final against Roscommon Gaels.   KILGLASS GAELS Another busy week on the pitch with 5 games played. On Monday evening our U-16 girls travelled to play Kilmore in the last game of the group stages of the championship and scored a great win. On Wednesday our U-12 girls travelled to Elphin and won. On Thursday evening the U-16 girls played Roscommon Gaels in the quarter final of the championship and came out on top. They now go on to play either Kilmore or St Barrys in the semi final. On Sunday there were two games. The U-12s kept their unbeaten run when they beat St Ronans in Kilglass. But the big game of the week was the minor boys semi- final against St Dominics in Tarmonbarry. They won well and are the first team of the minor club to make it to a county final, hopefully this year will be our year. Fixtures : Saturday 15th Intermediate Ladies Co final Kilglass Gaels Vs Eire Og in Elphin @ 6pm; Friday: U-16 boys co semi final Kilglass Gaels Vs Ballinameen in Elphin @ 7 pm; U-10 Parish League Blitz: Due to the involvement of our U-10’s in the blitz in Gortletteragh the U-10 Parish League will now take place on Saturday 29th September. U-10 Blitz in Gortletteragh Saturday 15th at 11a.m. All players meet at Kilglass pitch at 10a.m. Children should bring along a packed lunch. Kilglass Annual Golf Classic will take place in Longford Golf Club on Saturday 6th October. All help welcome! You’re a star: Kilglass Gaels minor club presents You’re a Star competition on Friday 21st September. All those taking part must be over 16 and there will be late bar on the night. Celebrity judges on the night will be Willie Hegarty, Martin McDermott and Rose of Longford Grainne Fox.   ELPHIN The Elphin Minor team bowed out of this year’s championship at the hands of a strong Padraig Pearses outfit in Woodmount. The Finnerty Heating and Plumbing sponsored senior team are due to play St. Dominic’s on Saturday evening next at 6p.m in Knockgroghery. All panel members are requested to attend. The Finnerty Heating and Plumbing sponsored junior team are due to take on Fuerty on Sunday morning at 12.30p.m in Fuerty. All players are requested to attend.   ROSCOMMON GAELS Senior Football – Hard luck to our senior footballers who lost to St Brigids in the championship on Sunday last.   O’Rourke Cup game Vs Padraig Pearses on Saturday at 6pm in Woodmount. U-21 Football training on Friday night at 8pm in the Hyde. U-16 Football – Congrats to our U16 footballers who defeated Castlerea in the league semi-final on Saturday evening last. Youth Disco next Friday night 10 -12.45 am in the Hyde Centre. The club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Eoin Hoare, Eoin Coll and Phillip Cribben. We extend our sympathies to the Parker family Lisnamult.   ST. FAITHLEACH’S Senior Championship : Congrats and well done on our victory over Padraig Pearses on Sunday last in the semi-final. Final score. St. Faithleachs 0-15 Padraig Pearses 0-8. We played against Padraig Pearses in the Mid-South Junior B Championship. Final Score St. Faithleachs 2-5 Padraig Pearses 1-4. Sympathy : The club extends deepest sympathy to the Brown family, Ballyleague on the death of EJ Brown, to his wife Joan, daughters Olive, Denise, Emer & Mary, to his sister Claire, relatives and friends.   Training continues as usual in St. Faithleachs pitch. Well done to U-16 Girls on their victory over St. Croans on Monday last. Well done to U-12 Boys on their victory over Elphin on Wednesday last, final Score St. Faithleachs 10-17 Elphin 5-7. Again on Sunday last on their victory over Shannon Gaels, Final Score St. Faithleachs 7-16 Shannon Gaels 8-8. Next game is against Kilbride on Sunday 16th in Ballyleague.   Our U-12 Girls were defeated by Kilmore on Wednesday last. See fixtures for next game. Congratulations and well done to U-10 boys who won the Tournament in Oran on Sunday last, a great day was had by all.   MINOR KILBRIDE U-10: On Sunday our U-10 team played Oran, in the B-Final of the Oran U-10 Touranment. In the first half Kilbride had the upper hand; but only just, as every ball was hotly contested. At half-time the Green and White held a 2 goal advantage. However, in the second half this lead was decimated within the opening minutes. So evenly match were the teams that extra time was called for. At this stage, the strength of character of the Kilbride boys and girls displayed itself. Oran went a point up, but our crew dug deep and levelled once again. With less then a minute to go a glorious point sailed over the bar to give us a well-deserved win. Commiserations to the Oran side. Final score Kilbride 3-10 Oran 2-12. Our thanks once again to the Oran Club for inviting us to take part in their annual tournament. Well done to all concerned. Thanks also to our trainers Padraig O’Beirne, Kevin Kenny, Padraig Shanagher and John O’Connor.   HURLING ORAN Oran had another win in the U-12 hurling championship when they defeated Pearses by one point in Rockfield on Wednesday last. Final Score Oran 2-2 Padraig Pearses 1-4. The next game is against Castlerea on Wednesday next in Rockfield at 6.30pm. In the senior championship Oran and Pearses drew after extra time in the play off last Sunday and must meet again to decide who goes forward to meet Roscommon Gaels in the County semi final.   ROSCOMMON GAELS Minor Hurling : We play Pearses, at the weekend – players will be contacted. U-15 Hurling : training Sundays @ 11:30 – all players to attend. Semi final Vs Athleague to be played. U-12 Hurling : team beat Four Roads with a fantastic performance last week, final score: 4-4 to 0-3. Training Friday at 7pm in the Hyde, U-13 players should also attend. U-10 and U-8 Hurling: Monday evenings at 6:30pm in CBS pitch. Castlerea blitz coming up in late September.   BALLYGAR Our Minor team played their preliminary quarter final Championship game in the ‘B’ Championship against Padraic Pearses team in Ballinasloe. Our lads lost out on a score line of 3-15 to 2-11. The scorline probably flattered our opponents in what was a very competitive game. The Club would like to congratulate the lads and their manager Paraic Mannion and his helpers. Our Junior team are still in the League and are due to play the replay of the quarter final against Kiltormer soon. Our U-21s are also due to play their championship semi final soon. Best of luck lads. The Club would like to congratulate the County U-21 Hurling Team on their impressive victory in the All Ireland Final and to also wish the County Minor Footballers every success in their All Ireland Final this coming weekend.   CAMOGIE ATHLEAGUE U-12 panel took part in the Special Co. Blitz that took place in Knockcroghery. 3 teams from the Club took part and reached the final in 2 sections but unfortunately were defeated in both finals by Oran in Section A and St. Dominic’s in Section B.   After the Halloween break the Club will be organising Indoor Camogie in the Community Centre on a Friday night. Club trainers will be in contact. The U-18 team is into the B final on Saturday, 15th at 5p.m. in Rockfield against Padraig Pearses.   The Club would like to extend heartiest congrats to former underage star Anna Marie Glennon from Rookwood who got married on Saturday last.   ORAN Well done to the U12 team who won the Blitz held in St Dominics. Well done to all the players and mentors involved. Also congrats to the Roscommon junior Camogie team who won the Connacht final beating Galway in Padraig Pearses.   Our minor team is in the Co. Final on Saturday evening against St. Dominics in Rockfield at 6.15 pm. Best of luck to the team, your support would be appreciated.   LADIES FOUR ROADS On Saturday we compete in the Junior A Final against Kilbride in Elphin on Saturday September 15th at 4 pm. Meeting at dressing rooms at 2 pm. We would appreciate support. Good luck girls in the final. Thursday evening saw us play St Ciaran’s in the semi final of the U-16 B competition. Our girls put in a good display and came out victors on a score line of 3-12 to 3-0. They have now reached the U-16 B final where they play St Mary’s. Date is fixed for Saturday September 22nd. Venue to be advised. KILBRIDE Best of luck to our Junior ladies who play Four Roads in the County Final this weekend in Elphin. Supporters, get out the flags and support your team.