St. Patricks Club notes Monday 15th April

Results and Fixtures 

Hard luck to our U18 Boys who lost out to Castleconnor last Thursday in round 2 of their league campaign with a final score of 2-15 to 2-4. They are out again this Thursday @6.30pm away to Calry/St. Joseph's.

Our U13 Boy's take on St. John's in their first game of the season this Monday, April 15th at home. Throw in 6.30pm.

Our U16 Girls are also out against St. John's this Thursday, April 18th at home on St. Farnan's pitch, Templeboy. Throw in 7pm.

Our U12 Girls begin their Go Games competition on Friday 19th away to Eastern Harps at 7pm.

Our Ladies team play Calry/St. Joseph's on Sunday 21st in round 4 of their Division 3 League at home. Throw in 10.30am. Rounds 2 and 3 are to be refixed due to poor pitch conditions.

Our Senior Men are also out at home on Sunday 21st to play their first spring league game of the season at home v Cloonacool. Throw in 2pm. They had a good start to their season this week with a win in a challenge match v St. Molaise Gaels.

Best of Luck to all teams and their managements.


We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the families of Aoife Whyte, Dromard and Rite Burke, Skreen who passed away recently. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.


Well done to Canice Mulligan who was selected for the GAA football team of the week last week for his role in Sligo's recent win over Leitrim.

Well done to Danny Woodrow who lined out for Sligo's U17 team who drew against Galway last week. 

Well done to Cormac Vereker who was part of the panel in Sligo's U20's hurling team who narrowly lost out to Roscommon two weeks ago.

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Last updated 15/04/2024 @ 08:12

Shamrock Gaels Club notes Monday 15th April
All games this weekend were postponed due to weather conditions. 

The Junior men take on Eastern Harps away on Friday at 8.00PM in the Spring League while the Senior men take on Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on Sunday in Riverstown Park at 2.00PM in the Spring League.

The Senior Ladies play CT Gaels next Sunday in Riverstown Community Park at 10.30AM in the league.

The U18 boys lost to a strong Owenmore Gaels side last Thursday. They now play Coolaney/Mullinabreena away next Thursday at 6.30PM.

The U16 girls start their league campaign on Thursday away to Eoghan Rua at 7.00PM.

The U15 boys had a good 4-10 to 3-3 win over Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in their opening game league last week. They now play St John's away on Tuesday at 6.30PM.

The club are delighted to be in a position to field two u14 girls teams this year. Our Division 3 team lost to a strong CT Gaels team last Monday.
Both U13 boys teams got their league campaigns off to wining starts last week. The U13 A defeated St Marys 3-8 to 2-8 in very difficult conditions last week and now play St John's away on Friday at 6.30PM. The C team recorded a 6-8 to 0-7 win over St John's and now play St Molaise Gaels away on Monday at 6.30PM.

The U12 girls team had a very enjoyable game against St Mary's in the opening round of go games last Friday. This Friday both U12 girls teams play St John's away - the  U11's at  6.15PM and the U12's at 7.15PM.

The U11 and U9 boys played Coolera/Strandhill last week. The U9 boys play Eastern Harps away this Wednesday.

The underage coaching continues every Saturday in Riverstown Park.The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Eamonn Jinks who won €681 in a special Bank Holiday draw.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on 

Last updated 15/04/2024 @ 08:12

Shamrock Gaels Club notes Monday 8th April
The Senior Ladies recorded their second win in the league over Coolera/Strandhill in difficult conditions at Ransboro. In a tight game, the Gaels pulled away at the end with two late goals. The final score was 3-7 to 1-4. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Amy Healy, Ellie McDermott, Hannah Willis, Naomh Quinn, Aoife Morrisroe (0-1), Ciara Gilligan (0-1), Ruby Clark, Isobel Clark, Erin Mullaney, Lara Swann (0-3), Jade Lyons (1-1),Roisín Kearns, Penny Barlow (1-1), Chloe McTiernan (1-0). Subs: Katie Gilligan, Ellis O'Connor, Leah Mullaney. They now play Owenmore Gaels next Sunday in Riverstown Park.

The Junior team had a good 3-17 to 0-7 win over Ballymote in the first round of the Spring League. The team was: Sean Kelly, Paul Brennan, Jack Tuohy, Gavin McMorrow, Declan Willis, Sam Tuohy (1-1), Conor Kearns (0-2), Patrick Kenny (0-1), Daire Kearns (0-3). Daniel King, Aaron Coleman (1-1), James Foley (0-4), Frank Quinn (1-4). Subs: Steven Willis (0-1), Ben Tuohy, Jack Duignan, Johnny Quinn. Well done to Sean Kelly, Jack Tuohy, Sam Tuohy and Aaron Coleman who made their Senior debuts in this game. They now take on Owenmore Gaels next Friday at 7.00PM in Riverstown Park.

The underage coaching started last Saturday in Riverstown Park and continues every Saturday.The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Damien Davey who won €1,000 in a special Bank Holiday draw.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on 

Well done to Sligo on a comfortable win over Leitrim at the weekend and congrats to Lee Deignan who made his championship debut.

Last updated 08/04/2024 @ 09:02

Geevagh GAA Club notes Monday 1st April

Our U.17 lads began the week on a winning note, defeating neighbours Shamrock Gaels in a lively championship game in Coola. Early scores from our lads saw us race into a 0.03 to no score lead, our opponents kicked 1.1 without reply to go in leading at half time, score at half time read 1.03 to 0.05, our lads scores coming from Dara (3), Eamonn & Conor. This lively game swung in our lads favour with second half points from Oisin, Dara and Eamonn to put them in the lead. Gaels struck for a sucker punch goal midway through that second half to put them in the lead. Our lads kept their composure and a point from Conor along with an Oisin goal secured a valuable win on a 2.09 to 2.05 final score line.

Our U.14 girls qualified for the shield final with an away win over St Mary’s on Friday evening last. This was a good overall team performance and were well deserving on their win.

Our GSTM Minor Girls defeated Calry/St Joseph’s in the Championship on Thursday night last. They have also qualified for the Shield Final.

Our Senior ladies suffered defeat to Drumcliffe in their final round of the championship on Sunday morning last. The girls put up a good fit but lost out in the end to a stronger team

Thanks to all our Senior ladies players and management for an entertaining season.


Our U.13 GSTM Lads suffered an agonising late defat in the Championship on Tuesday night last. They lead for large parts of this game against MolaIse Gaels, at half time by three points and by two points going into the last eight minutes, before their opponents struck for two goals to win the game at the death.  Thanks to all the U.13 Players and management on an entertaining season.

Our U.15 GSTM Lads suffered defeat also at the semi-final stage of the “A” Shield on Sunday morning last. Coolera proved stronger on the day despite a battling performance from our lads who were trailing at half time by three points, leading by two points midway through the 2nd half but were defeated by two points in the end.

Thanks to all our U.15 players and management for an exciting and rewarding season in the “A” division.


Our U.16 GSTM Girls lost out to Calry /St Joseph’s during the past week. They play the same opposition in the Shield semi-final.


Our U.11’s, U.9’s and U.7’s was involved in various blitz over the past week.

Well done to the organizers of the hugely successful Geevagh / Highwood Sports day.

Congrats to underage coach Daniel and wife Louise on their marriage over the weekend.

Congrats also to club footballer Colm Mc Manus and his partner Mairead on the birth of their baby daughter recently.



Monday -        U.17 GSTM Boys at home to St Pat’s     

Tuesday –       U.16 GSTM Girls away to Calry/ St Joseph’s

Wednesday -  U.9 Mixed team blitz.

Thursday –      U.15 GSTM Boys away to St John’s

Saturday -       U.12 Girls v CT Gaels in Shield Final (Curry GAA Pitch)

                        Intermediate Men v St Pats in Rd 5 of Championship

Membership is now overdue, and can be paid at remember if players don’t have it paid before games begin, they are not covered by insurance in the event of getting injured.

If anyone is interested in becoming involved with the club at any administration or coaching level, contact Teresa on 0871369259.

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Last updated 01/04/2024 @ 10:23

Drumcliffe/Rosses Point Club notes Monday 1st April
Our women's footballers came from six points down to draw with Eastern Harps in their opening Connacht Gold senior football league Division 1 game at Oxfield on Sunday morning, on a final scoreline of 1-14 to 3-8. The team travel to play St Nathy's next Sunday morning in Bunninadden at 10:30am.

Our junior women's footballers are away to Tourlestrane in Division 4 on Saturday evening at 6:30pm.

Our senior men's footballers begin their senior Spring League campaign this Saturday afternoon against Calry/St Joseph's in Oxfield. Throw-in is at 4pm.

Good luck to Cian Lally, Eoghan Smith and the Sligo senior footballers this Sunday in their Connacht senior football championship quarter-final against Leitrim in Carrick-on-Shannon. Throw-in is at 3:30pm.

The DRP quartet of Ross Chambers, Rían O'Callaghan, Paul O'Brien and James Donlon are part of the Sligo U20 football team who play Galway this Wednesday evening in the Connacht championship  in Tuam at 6:15pm, in a repeat of last year's provincial final.

Hard luck to the DRP hurlers involved with the Sligo U20 team who lost out narrowly to Roscommon in last Saturday's All-Ireland U20 'B' championship quarter-final at Markievicz Park, on a final scoreline of 2-15 to 1-15. Donnchadh O'Brien, Thomas Davis, Paul O'Brien and Shane McDonagh were part of that team.

Sligo U16 LGFA footballers will play Roscommon in the Connacht 'B' football final later this month. Katie McDonagh, Kate Smith and Meadhbh Fitzpatrick are members of the Sligo squad.

The DRP under-15 hurlers begin their league campaign this Wednesday evening with a home game against St Molaise Gaels at 6pm. Our U13 hurlers play Molaise on Friday evening in Oxfield at 5:45pm.

This Thursday's DRP Club Lotto Jackpot stands at €6,300. If you're not in, you can't win. To enter, visit

Last updated 01/04/2024 @ 10:23

Shamrock Gaels Club notes Monday 1st April
The underage coaching season gets underway this Saturday 6th April in Riverstown Park. The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The Senior Ladies had a good 2-8 to 1-8 win over Curry in the first round of the league on Sunday. The team was:- Kate Brehony, Sophia Rose Henry, Ellie McDermott, Hannah Willis, Ava Lyons, Aoife Morrisroe (0-1), Leanne Galvin, Isobel Clark, Ruby Clark, Erin Mullaney (1-1), Naomh Quinn (0-2), Penny Barlow, Róisín Kearns, Aaleasha Sweeny (0-1), Jade Lyons. subs: Céilí Faughnan 1-03, Mairéad Tuohy, Amy Healy, Eilís O'Connor, Hannah Hargadon and Leah Mullaney. They now play Coolera/Strandhill away next Sunday at 10.30AM.

The U18 boys start their league campaign on Thursday away to St Johns at 6.30PM.

The U14 girls play St Pats/St Farnans in the opening league game on Tuesday at 6.30PM in Dromard.

The Men's Junior team take on Ballymote away in the Spring League on Friday at 6.30PM while the Senior Men take on St Molaise Gaels on Saturday at 4.00PM in Riverstown Park in the Spring League. 

The winner of last week's 50/50 draw was Michele Tuohy who won €736. 

The winners of the monthly members draw were: Frank Quinn, €125; Michael Tonry, €65; Eimear Kearns, €40; Sarah Kearns, €25; Keith McMorrow, €25. 

It was with sadness that we learned of the passing this week of two former club officers, John Moore, Ballisodare and Joe Gildea, Riverstown. John was a former Chairperson of our Bord Ná Nóg and was also involved in coaching in the club. A minutes silence was held at the recent Club meeting in John's memory. Joe Gildea had a long association with the club down through the year and also served as Treasurer of our Bord Ná Nóg. We express sympathy with their families, relatives and friends on their passing. We also express sympathy with the family, relatives and friends of Noreen Currid, Dublin and formerly of Sooey who passed away last week.

Last updated 01/04/2024 @ 10:21