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Club Notes – 1st August 2019

Shoe City Senior League
In a close fought contest in Ballybay last Friday night we came out on the wrong side of a 2-10 to 0-14 score line The senior league game with Scotstown has now been rescheduled for Saturday 3rd August at 4pm and this will bring the two-point game series to a close. We now have four five-point games to play, two of which take place before the championship, Latton on Sunday 11th August and Blayney on Saturday 17th August.

Senior Football Championship
The first round tie of the SFC with Carrickmacross has been fixed for Saturday 24th August in Castleblayney at 6pm.

Platinum Tanks Reserve Leagues
The curtain came down on the reserve leagues on Wednesday night last when the RFL Division 3 team lost narrowly to Oram at the semi-final stage. Well done to all involved with the team especially managers Shane McMahon, Darach Mooney and Niall Brennan. The last game in RFL Division 1 with Magheracloone failed to materialise as it had no influence on the semi-final placing. Well done to all involved with this team especially managers Padraig McGuigan and John P Mone.

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

Training continues as normal this week.

Training continues as normal this week.

Training continues as normal.

The two U11 teams will play against Aughnamullen in their next game. Training continues as normal.

The Div 2 team had a win against Maghercloone in their first group championship match. The Div 6 team were unlucky against Donaghmoyne where the boys never gave up especially in the second half. They showed tremendous character but unfortunately came up short in the end.

Pride of place this week goes to our victorious U15 team who defeated Monaghan Harps in their league final last Thursday evening played in ideal conditions in Tyholland. It was an end to end game which kept the crowd thoroughly entertained right up to the final whistle. Well done to the players and their mentors. Also a big thank you to our supporters who came out in large number to support the boys on their big day. Next up are the group stages of the championship. We play Donaghmoyne away at 7.30pm tonight (Thursday).

Training continues as normal.

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