St. John's GAA Club notes
Condolences
All at St Johns GAA club were shocked to hear of the death of Padraig O'Grady,RIP, Laghey, Donegal and formally of Ballinacarrow and Carraroe, who passed away last week. Padraig was the captain of the then newly-formed St Johns team that won their first Sligo Junior title in 1988. He was a fine footballer and a great man for our community, where he served as our parish priest. Even after he moved on from Carraroe, Padraig maintained a great interest in the fortunes of St Johns and kept up to date on all the current club activities. To his wife Tina, daughter Katie, sons Tom and Ultan, granddaughter Mia, mother Annie, brothers and sisters we extend our sincere sympathy. May his gentle soul forever Rest In Peace.

St Johns G4M&O
The St Johns G4M&O team played in the St Sylvesters GAA club national Blitz in Malahide on Saturday.Five games were played against Mullahoran(Cavan), Derrygonnelly( Fermanagh), Doora-Barafield(Clare), Tuar Mhic Eadaigh ( Mayo) and St Brendans ( Galway). While the games were played in downpours of rain, the skill and spirit of our ladies was something to admire. They made a lasting impression on all of their opponents on the day. The team was managed by Gerard Egan. For more details please check up the St Johns Gaa facebook page.
Under 13 Feile Boys
Our U13 feile team had a successful trip to Tourlestrane on Sunday morning where they overcame the challenge of the home side on a scoreline of 9 - 14 to 0 - 8 in a prelimenary round fixture. Thanks to James and Seamus and all the players for a great display. Good luck in the next round.
Minor Football
Our minor team, amalgamated with Owenmore Gaels, were defeated by Calry St Josephs in Hazelwood on Saturday afternoon in their semi final by 2 - 16 to 3 - 9.



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