Ballymacnab Round Towers GFC Weekly Newsletter – 20/06/2016
No game last week or this week
The Reserves had a 1-20 to 0-05 win over Grange last Wednesday. Next game – Wednesday 22 June at Away to Derrynoose @ 715pm.
Unfortunately the Under 18s game against Tullysaran didn’t take place due to no referee available. Nextgame – Monday 27 June Home to Ballyhegan @ 730pm
The Under 16s had a win over O’Doirnin Blues in the League but unfortunately bowed out of the Championship to Granemore in Round 1 on Sunday. No game this week
No game last week or this week
The Under 12.5s had a Home win on Friday against Silverbridge. Training on Wednesday 6-7pm.
The Under 10s had a Home game last Wednesday against Whitecross. Next game – Thursday 23 June away to O’Hanlons @ 7pm. Training on Saturday 3-4pm.
Training on Saturday 3-4pm.
W/c 20/06/16 Lucky numbers were 8-10-17-26. No winner. 1 Match 3: Seamus Lappin. Next Draw –Monday 27/06/16 JACKPOT £10,800 (Rota: NBoyle & MMcGuigan). Tickets available from sellers, O’Toole’s Bar, Trodden’s Shop and Lotto Online
We are currently offering businesses the opportunity to advertise through ‘Field signs’ around the playing pitch. Any businesses that would like to support the Club in this form should contact any Committee Member.
Just a reminder to all that there is a re-cycling unit provided at the clubrooms and we would encourage everyone to make use of the facility as it contributes to the running costs of the football and camogie clubs.
What we want:
ST.BRENDA’S CAMOGIE CLUB
Under 12 - Training continues on Thursday 6.30 - 7.45 and Saturday morning 11-12.15. Under 12 match
v St Brigids details to follow.
Under 14 county development in Sherrys field every Saturday at 10.45am.
Under 16 - Training on Monday at 7.30pm. Match v St Brigids in Sherrys Field on Wednesday 22th
Senior - St Brenda's host Keady on Wednesday 22th June at 7.30pm. Also Sunday 26th June away tie
v Granemore time TBC.
Hurl with Me - St Brenda's are running a Hurl with Me course for adults. The idea behind this initiative
is to coach parents the basic skills to enable them to practice with their daughters. The tutor is Olive
McGeown and continues this Thursday at 6.30pm - all parents are very welcome.
Well done - to senior camogs Michelle McArdle, Hannagh McGeown, Eimear Smyth and Paula
McGuigan all part of the County team and management who beat Dublin in their opening
championship game. Under 6 camogs Catriona Black and Jodie McArdle had the important role of
mascots for the game. St Brendas under 8 and 10 camogs entertained the spectators showing off their
skills during a game at half-time. Many thanks to Mickey and Nelius and the Round Towers GFC for
their help and for having the pitch in fantastic condition for the match.
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