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Club Notes – 4 July 2019

We played Doohamlet in the league yesterday evening. Next up is home to Carrick on Friday, 12th July at 8pm.

We play Truagh on Friday in St. Mellan’s at 8pm.
The Division 3 team take on Rockcorry at home on Wednesday, 10th July at 8pm.

Juvenile Togs & Socks
There are official club juvenile togs and socks available to purchase for €25 per child. It you would like to purchase these please contact Fergal 087-2242726.

No training this week for the U6s due to the Cup Camps being held in Clontibret this week.

Well done to our U7s who played brilliantly last Thursday in their blitz in Aughnamullen. Training continues as normal on Monday at 6pm.

Well done to our U9s who showed great skill last Thursday in their Blitz in Aughnamullen. Training continues as normal.

The two U11 teams play away to Scotstown this Saturday at 11am.

The U13 Division 2 team has a win against Latton in their semi final last Saturday. They now play Emyvale on Saturday, 13th July in their final. The Division 6 team played in a high octane & high scoring game against Blayney to qualify to play Emyvale on Tuesday, 2nd July in their semi-final. Best of luck to the boys.

The U15s had an encouraging result against Castleblayney last Thursday in their first game back after the summer break. Next game at home to Carrickmacross this Thursday at 7.30pm.

The U17s had a good win over St. Tiernach’s last Sunday.

Cul- Camps
The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps which provided boys and girls – between the ages of 5 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity was hosted by Clontibret O’Neills this week. A special thank you to the development committee who made sure our club facilities were in fantastic order so all our children could enjoy their week. A lot of this work goes unnoticed at times and we are very thankful that we have great club members that maintain our grounds to a very high standard.

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