Geevagh GAA Club notes

Geevagh’s unbeaten start to the Intermediate League came to an abrupt end when they were soundly beaten by Calry in Scarden on Saturday evening last. Playing with the aid of a stiff breeze in the opening period, Geevagh failed to take maximum advantage of the elements   and were no match for their free scoring opponents after the break.

The senior ladies got their league campaign off to the best possible start when they beat Tourlestrane on a score line of 3-12 to 3-4. The U-16 girls also recorded a victory this week when they overcame Curry on Thursday. They now face St Michael’s  at home on Monday April 23rd. The U-12 girls, unfortunately, were defeated by Shamrock Gales and are hoping for a better result when they travel to play St Farnan’s on Thursday next.

The Geevagh / St Michael’s  U-14  boy’s played out a draw with St John’s during the week while the U—18’s  also put in  a fine performance against the same opposition to qualify for the Shield Competition.

The U-8’s and U-10’s get their season underway this Wednesday evening at 7 o’ clock when they play Calry in the grounds of Ballinode College.

The Annual Dinner Dance takes place in Kilronan Castle this Friday. Tickets available from Teresa O’Rourke or any member of the club executive committee.

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