Geevagh GAA club notes 7/5/2012
Well done to Pat Hughes and Shane Mc Manus on two great
performances and the rest of Sligo senior team who beat New York in the opening
match in the Connaught Senior Championship. This is the first time that two
Geevagh men featured on a senior championship team
Club200 winners for may are 1st €150 (106) Noreen Casey, 2nd €100
(27) Martin Foley 3rd €50 (9) Paddy Flynn, 4th €50 (140) Declan
& Therse Killornan
Tickets for “Victors Dung” are now on sale and are available
from local businesses or from any member of the executive. This award winning
show will be preceded by a traditional session featuring local musicians in a
tribute to Josie Mc Dermott to mark the 20th anniversary of his death. The show
takes place on in the resource centre at 8.30 on Fri.May 11th.
All team managers please note that the pitch will be closed until further
notice. All training must take place on the astro turf.
Our u-8’s and
u-10’s boys played St Farnans on Wednesday evening last. It was a very
enjoyable game, well done to Dylan Moran, Sam Gleeson, Oliver Wall and Malachi
Cullen who played their first game in the blue and white colours. On thursday evening our U8 and U10 boys and
girls will travel to Achrony to play Coolaney/Mullinabreena.
Senior girls are home to St Nathys this Sunday in Geevagh at 11am, this
is a must win game for our girls.
Girls fixtures:U16 girls are home to Eastern Harps on Wednesday at 7pm, U12 girls are home to Eastern Harps on Friday evening at 7pm
Boys fixtures: U12 boys are home to Drumcliffe on Tuesday at 7pm, U14
boys are away to Enniscrone on Friday at 7pm.
Our senior footballers are away to St Farnans next Sunday at
2.30 and our Junior men are also away to Tourlestrane next Saturday at 7.30,
the Junior men where beaten by Drumcliffe on Friday evening in geevagh
“Star of the
week” this week goes to Conor O’Boyle who played very in well in the U10 game
against St Farnans last wednesday.
would like to extend deepest sympathy to the Dwyer family, on the death, Christy
Dwyer Drumnacool. Ar dheis De go raibh a hanam.