Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA Club notes


While the playing area is now complete, the club needs to raise €75000 to bring our indoor astro turf complex to completion (heating, electrics, toilets, dressing room, kitchen, meeting room etc.). We are currently at €52250 and wish to thank all of those who have donated already for their fantastic generosity. The draw for prizes of €1000 and €500 for all donors so far takes place on Monday night, May 15th, at 9.30pm at Sheridan’s Bar, Kilglass. Keep an eye on our social media pages and website for details of winners.


Our intermediate team return to league action next Saturday evening when they take on St Mary’s in Kent Park at 7.30pm.


The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team got their Division One campaign back on track thanks to a hard-earned 0-15 to 1-10 win over Shamrock Gaels at Coola last Thursday evening. In a tight contest, our lads trailed by a point at the break, 1-4 to 0-6, but hit the front in the second half. Best wishes and speedy recovery to Rory McHugh who sustained an injury late on in the game.  


Our U-16 boys played out a cracking 4-17 to 5-14 draw with Castleconnor on Monday evening at Quigabar. In a very exciting encounter, our boys overturned a six-point half-time deficit to lead in the closing stages but a late Castleconnor goal ensured the game ended all square. The squad have a break in competitive action this week – training continues.


Our U-14s return to league action this Friday evening when they take on Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in Tubbercurry at 7pm.


Our U-12s continued their fine form in Division Two when they accounted for Castleconnor, 0-9 to 0-7, in a competitive game at Quigabar last Tuesday evening. The result means our lads have four wins from four with one round remaining in the group stage. They have a break for two weeks before a meeting with Easkey on May 30th.

Connacht SFC

Best of luck to the Sligo senior footballers in their Connacht Championship quarter-final against Mayo next Sunday. Best wishes also to Eoin Hallinan and the Sligo U-17 footballers who play their Mayo counterparts in the curtain raiser to the senior game at McHale Park next Sunday.


There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto jackpot. Next Saturday’s jackpot is €7900. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. 

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