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Well done to Ballymote/ Bun­ni­nad­den U 11 team to­day beat­ing Owen­more Gaels in Di­vi­sion 3 play- off in Scar­den.

B/ B lead through­out the game. Every score counted and Liam O Dowd played very well in goals mak­ing many fine saves. Owen­more Gaels play­ing with the wind in the fi­nal quar­ter outscored us but points from Tier­nan Mongey/ Scan­lon, Tom Cas­sidy, Donal McHale, Dar­ragh McDon­ald, Em­manuel, James Lavin and Shane Drury in­sured our win. Well done to our de­fence Niall Scan­lon, Paddy Mul­doon, Fiar­cha Duig­nan, Dar­ragh Byrne, Cor­mac McHale and Dean Bren­nan kept Owen­more Gaels scor­ing to a min­i­mum.

Team Liam O’Dowd, Paddy Mul­doon, Niall Scan­lon, Dean Bren­nan, Dar­ragh Byrne, Dar­ragh McDon­ald 2pts, Em­manuel 1pt, Tier­nan Mongey/ Scan­lon 7pts, Shane Drury 3pts, Donal McHale 1pt, James Lavin 3pts. Subs Tom Cas­sidy 1pt, Fiar­cha Duig­nan and Cor­mac McHale.

Fi­nal Score B/ B 17pts OG 15pts. PLEASE sup­port our fundrais­ing Cake Sale on Sun­day, Sept. 3rd in Dro­more West Com­mu­nity Cen­tre at 12.30. Do­na­tions of cakes, buns etc can be left into the cen­tre be­fore the sale. Con­tact Frances( 087) 9860314. The in­ter­me­di­ate team are in ac­tion on Satur­day at 6.30 pm in Kil­coyne Park in the sec­ond round of the In­ter­me­di­ate cham­pi­onship against Gee­vagh. All sup­port wel­come. The mi­nor team suf­fered a de­feat in the sec­ond round of the mi­nor B cham­pi­onship. They lost out by 1- 22 to 1- 12 to Coolaney/ Mul­linabreena. The team were un­for­tu­nate to have to had to play three quar­ters of the game a player down fol­low­ing an in­jury to Don­all Han­ley as there were no avail­able subs. The team will play Castle­con­nor in the next round on Sept. 15th. On Tues­day the un­der 12 team will play Coolaney/ Mul­linabreena in Nace O’Dowd Park at 7pm in a play off. On Fri­day St. Far­nan’s / St. Pat’s un­der 14’ s play away to Tourlestrane at 6.15 pm. Easkey / St. Far­nan’s mi­nor hurlers play Tub­ber­curry/ Clona­cool on Thurs­day in the mi­nor cham­pi­onship whilst the un­der 16 hurlers face the same opposition on Mon­day next in Easkey. Well done to the club play­ers in­volved in Western Gaels win over Naomh Eoin on Satur­day in the cham­pi­onship. Good luck to the play­ers who are in­volved with Sligo un­der 16 team in the Ted Webb com­pe­ti­tion. Well done to the un­der 16 hurlers who lined out with Sligo in the All Ire­land Blitz on Satur­day. Good luck to Jac­qui Mul­li­gan, Leah Kelly and Sligo ladies team against Ty­rone on Satur­day.


ON Tues­day even­ing, Aug 29th, our U12 boys Div 3 team are play­ing in their Cup Fi­nal against St. Mo­laise Gaels at 6pm in Markievicz Park in the resched­uled fix­ture which was post­poned last week due to in­clement weather. This is fol­lowed by our U12 Div 2 team who play St. Michael’s in their Group Fi­nal at 7.15pm. Com­mis­er­a­tions to our Un­der 12 Div. 1, team who nar­rowly lost to St. Johns last Satur­day. The game took place in Cen­tre of ex­cel­lence in Scar­den. This is the last league game of the year for this team at U12 level, but they will progress with our U13s into the Feile play­offs over the next few months. Our U14 boys play Owen­more Gaels on Fri­day in their cham­pi­onship semi- fi­nal in Con­nolly Park, Col­looney at 6.30pm. Our mi­nor boys beat Easkey/ En­nis­crone/ Kil­glass in round 2 of the cham­pi­onship last week. They play Owen­more Gaels on Fri­day Septem­ber 15th at 6: 15pm in Keash. Our ju­nior men drew with Tourlestrane in their first round of the cham­pi­onship on a score line of 2: 09 a piece. They next face Owen­more Gaels on Septem­ber 9th. Bingo is cel­e­brat­ing its 10th year in Gur­teen on Fri­day Septem­ber 15th at 8.30pm. There is over € 5,500 in prizes where a jack­pot of € 1,000 must be won. Bingo con­tin­ues every Fri­day night in Gur­teen Hall at 8.30pm. The jack­pot is € 2,100 in 48 calls or less. The in house lotto is € 900. COOLANEY/ MUL­LINABREENA THE Monthly meet­ing will take place on Tues­day 5th Septem­ber at 9pm, in Coolaney Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. The Draw for All Ire­land Hurl­ing fi­nal tick­ets will take place on Tues­day 29th at 9.30 pm, in St. Nathy’s Hall. The U. 14 and U. 16 teams trav­elled to Croke Park on Sun­day 20th to the Mayo V Kerry All Ire­land Foot­ball semi fi­nal, and a great day was had by all. Coach­ing for U. 6, U. 8 and U. 10 takes place in the Com­mu­nity Park, Coolaney every Satur­day morn­ing be­tween 10am and 11am. Our Club is de­lighted to an­nounce that we will host a fundrais­ing Rock gig fea­tur­ing Shane Mc­Gowan, Seamie O Dowd and Kieran Quinn on Fri­day 27th Oc­to­ber in St Bridgid’s Hall, Tub­ber­curry. This prom­ises to be a great night. More de­tails later. We are cur­rently run­ning a fundrais­ing Ho­tel Get­away Prize draw with a prize fund of over 1500 euro. Tick­ets are 10 euro each. The Draw will take place on Sun­day 10th Septem­ber. The U. 14 team play St. John’s in the Cham­pi­onship on Fri­day even­ing at 7pm, in Nace O’Dowd Park.


UN­DER­AGE coach­ing in Col­looney this Satur­day at 11am , all wel­come. Col­looney 60 x 30 De­vel­op­ment Draw tick­ets are now avail­able with All Ire­land Hurl­ing and Foot­ball tick­ets as prizes , con­tact club mem­bers for in­for­ma­tion and tick­ets. The 60 x 30 un­der­age Cham­pi­onship will be tak­ing place in Col­looney on the 9th of Septem­ber. County board meet­ing on 12- 09- 2017. Bingo next Thurs­day at 9 p. m , the jack­pot is € 4,800 in 42 num­bers, please come early. Fol­low us on face­book @ Col­looney Hand­ball Club.


MI­NOR Girls in cham­pi­onship Fi­nal! The Mi­nor girls Cham­pi­onship fi­nal against took place in Cloona­cool at 6: 30pm on Mon­day even­ing. Keep an eye on our face­book page for the re­sult. Our U16 girls beat Eoghan Rua last Thurs­day even­ing by 3 pts. Our girls started well and de­spite lead­ing by 7 pts at one stage, they went in level at half time. The 2nd half fol­lowed much the same pat­tern and we were hold­ing on at the fi­nal whis­tle. Both teams de­serve credit for a good game in dif­fi­cult con­di­tions. Team: B Mad­den, J Mor­gan, M Mad­den, H Walsh Kerins, L Sweeney, S Dun­leavy, E Gorm­ley, A Gil­li­gan, ( 0.01) S Reddy ( 0.02), E Ta­heny ( 0.02), A Haran ( 1.07), E Kear­ney ( 0.01), L Healy ( 0.02), R Han­bury ( 0.01), C Aldridge. Subs: M Kerins, A Clarke ( 0.01), K Col­lis, S Col­lis, B McDon­ald ( all used). THE U- 11 de­vel­op­ment team and U- 12 lads play their play­off finals on Satur­day morn­ing in the county grounds against Ballymote/ Bun­ni­nad­den and Tub­ber­curry/ Cloona­cool re­spec­tively. The U- 12’ s have had a fine year. Mix­ing it with the top teams and win­ning all but 2 of their games. The U- 11’ s have shown im­mense im­prove­ment through­out the year as they hone their skills for the U- 12 grade next year. Well done to the U- 8’ s and U- 10’ s who en­ter­tained Ballymote at Con­nolly Park last Wed­nes­day even­ing. Two great games, well done to all and a spe­cial thanks to our men­tors who ded­i­cate their valu­able time and en­er­gies. Well done to club mem­bers Gerry Dooner and Gary Mullen who were part of the Sligo Mas­ters team who drew with Done­gal last week in Ballymote. Tick­ets are on sale NOW for our an­nual fundraiser draw. Prizes in­clude TWO ALL IRE­LAND FOOT­BALL FI­NAL TICK­ETS!! Tick­ets are € 5 each or three for € 10. Tick­ets can be bought of any club mem­ber. Draw takes place in Cullen’s Bar on Thurs­day 14th Septem­ber at 10pm.


THE next Lotto draw for a Su­per Jack­pot Prize of E11,000 will take place on Sat Sept 2nd at 9pm in the Clu­b­room. Both of our Un­der 12 team were suc­cess­ful in their play­offs last Satur­day in Scar­den. The Div 1 team over­came East­ern Harps by 0- 21 to 0- 17 and not to be un­done the Div 3 team de­feated Sham­rock Gaels by the nar­row­est of mar­gins 0- 12 to0- 11. Thanks to the play­ers, man­age­ments and sup­port­ers of both teams for th­ese great vic­to­ries. Div 3- Un­der 11 panel Jack El­liott, Lewis Carr, Michael Casey, Gerry Tanko, Evan Somers, Tomas Mc Niffe, Reece Arm­strong, Lee Cur­ran, Barry Mc Na­mara, Luke Lit­tle. Our K & D De­vel­op­ments spon­sored Un­der 14 boys have a cham­pi­onship Quar­ter fi­nal on Fri­day next Sept 1st when they play Coolaney- Mul­linabreena in the new Nace O’Dowd park in Achonry at 6.30 . Good luck to the team and man­age­ment. Our mi­nor team con­tin­ued their cham­pi­onship cam­paign on Thurs last when they were de­feated by a stronger Gee­vagh- St Michaels com­bi­na­tion in Sten­son Park by 3- 18 to 2- 8 The re­main­ing game in this sec­tion is due to be played on Fri­day Sept 15th away to St Pa­tricks, Dro­mard. Our Ju­nior team were de­feated by a strong Cloona­cool team on Sun­day in the Markievicz Park. Good luck to our Burns Car Sales- spon­sored In­ter­me­di­ate team who play St Pa­tricks, Dro­mard in Round 3 of their group on Sat next at 6.30 in The Markievicz Park. St Johns will have four teams play­ing in the City Board Leagues which will com­mence on Sept 6th. Train­ing is held on Wed­nes­days in Sten­son Park. The Un­der 8 team will be man­aged by Ciaran Feeney, Un­der 9 by Fer­gal Kelly, Un­der 10 by James Bar­ni­cle and Sea­mus Casey will man­age the Un­der 11 team. Good luck to all in the tour­na­ment. LOTTO THE lotto num­bers drawn on Mon­day Mon­day Aug 21st were 6, 7, 9, and 28. There was no win­ner of the € 3100 jack­pot. Our un­der 12 boys play Tub­ber­curry/ Cloona­cool in the re- sched­uled shield fi­nal this even­ing ( Tues­day) in Markievicz Pk at 6.00. All sup­port wel­come. The un­der 14 girls played out a pul­sat­ing draw with St. Nathy’s in Bunin­nad­dan last Mon­day. Trail­ing by four points with just two min­utes re­main­ing, the girls man­aged to level the tie with a late goal from Cliodhna O’ Sul­li­van and a point from Amy Hamp­son with the last kick of the game. Cliodhna O’ Sul­li­van, Cliodhna Davitt and Shona Dal­ton were ex­cel­lent through­out, as were Aoife Gorm­ley, Nessa O’ Sul­li­van and Amy Hamp­son. Next up is an away match against Gee­vagh on Sept. 4th. Team; Nessa O’ Sul­li­van, Grace Mol­loy, Ciara Lind­say, Cliodhna Davitt, Amy Hamp­son ( 0- 01), Holly Gil­li­gan, Cliodhna O’ Sul­li­van ( 1- 04), Shona Dal­ton ( 1- 03), Luna Sime­oni, Amy Deer­ing ( 0- 02), Anna Cal­laghan, Aoife Gorm­ley, Enya Hughes, Clodagh Mar­tyn, Emma O’ Lough­lin. Our ju­niors went down to Drum­cliffe/ Rosses Point in the sec­ond round of the Ju­nior B Cham­pi­onship on Sun­day. Af­ter a first round vic­tory, our boys went down 3- 15 to 1- 08. Cool­era - Strand­hill GAA Club, Rans­boro, wish to ap­point a per­son for gen­eral main­te­nance du­ties un­der the TUS Scheme. For in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing el­i­gi­bil­ity re­quire­ments, please con­tact Ger­ard Mul­laney, Tus Pro­gramme Su­per­vi­sor, Sligo Leader at mul­laneyger­ard@ eir­com. net or al­ter­na­tively, by mo­bile at 086/ 8221995. The Grounds Com­mit­tee would like to ad­vise all man­agers that it is their re­spon­si­bil­ity to en­sure that the dress­ing rooms ( in­clud­ing the away dress­ing room) and stor­age shed are left clean and tidy af­ter matches and train­ing ses­sions. Lost prop­erty has been build­ing up again re­cently. Any prop­erty left on the premises will be re­tained for a max­i­mum of 28 days. Please con­tact Tom Bren­nan at 086/ 0231196 for en­quires re­gard­ing lost prop­erty. Best wishes to Laura- Ann Laf­fey, Ruth Good­win and Jac­qui Mul­li­gan who line out with Sligo ladies in the All- Ire­land semi- fi­nal on Satur­day against Ty­rone. The match is in Kingspan Br­effni Park at 3.00. All sup­port would be most wel­come.


THE weather on Mon­day may have been dread­ful, but the 2 matches played in Kent Park would brighten any even­ing. The first match was an U16 Boys Cham­pi­onship game be­tween Mary’s and Tourlestrane. The con­test was played at an in­cred­i­ble pace with both sides in­tent on win­ning. Through­out the sea­son our U16 lads have shown well only to be edged in the lat­ter stages, and when they went 4 points down in the last 5 min­utes, spec­ta­tors feared the worst. How­ever, the team re­sponded and 2 goals that would grace any game gave the vic­tory to St Mary’s. Well done to ev­ery­one and keep the mo­men­tum go­ing. After­wards, St Mary’s U14 girls played East­ern Harps in their Cham­pi­onship. The con­di­tions, if any­thing, wors­ened, yet the sides bat­tled hard through­out, un­til St Mary’s stretched their win­ning mar­gin. Next up for th­ese Girls is Drum­cliffe/ Rosses Point on Mon­day in Ox­field. We had been an­tic­i­pat­ing the U12 A league fi­nal on Tues­day night against Sham­rock Gaels, but the weather caused a de­fer­ral and this fi­nal will now take place on this Tues­day ( 29th). The U12 Di­vi­sion three 3rd place play- off against Drum­cliffe- Rosses Point also fell to the weather and will take place the same even­ing. Again best wishes to the lads and their man­age­ment, and come to Markievicz to sup­port them. On Thurs­day the U16 girls played their sec­ond match of the “A” Cham­pi­onship when Drum­cliffe/ Rosses Point vis­ited Kent Park in­tent on get­ting re­venge for the league fi­nal de­feat. It was a great game of foot­ball and while the score­board did show a con­vinc­ing win for Marys on a score­line of 7- 11 to 3- 07 it was a closer con­test played in a skil­ful and sport­ing man­ner through­out. St Mary’s next match is away to St Far­nans this Thurs­day. On the same even­ing the Mi­nor boys had Cham­pi­onship against Castle­con­nor, but were un­able to over­come their op­po­nents who took the game by 3- 11 to 2- 06. The men Ju­nior side opened their Cham­pi­onship with a highly com­mend­able draw away against Sham­rock Gaels. In a low scor­ing game, chances were at a premium and we had to bat­tle to get 8 points to match Sham­rock Gaels 1- 05. Both sides rued missed op­por­tu­ni­ties but in the end will be sat­is­fied to start the Cham­pi­onship on a pos­i­tive note. Next week prom­ises to be busy for the Club as in ad­di­tion to the U12 finals and the other matches listed ear­lier, our U14 boys will visit Ballymote for their U14 A Cham­pi­onship semi- fi­nal, Con­grat­u­la­tions and best wishes to all stu­dents who re­ceived leav­ing cer­tifi­cate re­sults re­cently and we trust that they were sat­is­fac­tory for 3rd lev­els stud­ies and other ca­reer op­tions.


OUR Boys U11 squad play in the resched­uled Di­vi­sion III County fi­nal this Tues­day even­ing August 29th against East­ern Harps in Markievicz Park at 6.00pm. We hope to see good sup­port for the squad who have shown great form through­out the com­pe­ti­tion. On Wed­nes­day even­ing at the same venue our U12 Boys have a Shield 3rd/ 4th Play- off clash against Cool­era/ Strand­hill. On Thurs­day last our U16 Girls had a thrilling 8- 07 to 7- 09 win away to CT Gaels in the cham­pi­onship. On the same even­ing in dif­fi­cult un­der­foot con­di­tions at Mon­signor Hynes Park our Mi­nor Boys se­cured a semi fi­nal spot in the Cham­pi­onship fol­low­ing a fine 1- 13 to 0- 08 win against Sham­rock Gaels. Well done to Paul Healy and his team for their hard work in the days lead­ing up to the game in en­sur­ing the pitch was playable. Our U16 Boys con­tin­ued their A cham­pi­onship chal­lenge with a fine 5- 14 to 2- 03 win at home to Ballymote/ Bun­ni­nad­den. Our ju­nior men made it two wins from two in the B Cham­pi­onship Group I fol­low­ing a very im­pres­sive vic­tory away to Easkey on Sun­day last. Martin Feeney and Eoghan Brady contributed 3- 10 be­tween them as the Mick McEl­lig­ott man­aged side se­cured a semi fi­nal spot in the com­pe­ti­tion. This Fri­day even­ing Sept 1st our U14 Boys are at home to Curry in the A cham­pi­onship semi fi­nal with a 6.30 throw in at Mon­signor Hynes Park. We hope for a large home sup­port as the team look to make this years A fi­nal. Our an­nual “Cash for Clob­ber” fundraiser will con­clude shortly. If any­one has old clothes and footwear that they don’t need the Club would be de­lighted to take th­ese. Goods can be left at the Club rooms dur­ing our Par­ish

Calry/ St Joseph’s U13 Girls De­vel­op­ment Squad re­cently rep­re­sented Ire­land in an In­ter­na­tional Com­pro­mise Rules game against a Span­ish se­lec­tion. Cap­tained by Kate Moyles, the girls fought hard for every ball and led hand­somely af­ter the 2nd quar­ter....

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