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Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 31st August 2014


The intermediate team were knocked out of the intermediate championship at the playoff stage for the second year in succession when they were heavily defeated by old rivals Easkey at Castleconnor last Sunday. A terribly disappointing display led to a 4-12 to 0-5 defeat. Thanks to the lads for their commitment this year and the management team for all their work. There will be better days ahead no doubt.

The junior ‘B’ team had a good 4-9 to 1-4 win over Eastern Harps last Tuesday. The lads take on Coolaney/Mullinabreena next Tuesday evening (September 2nd) at 7pm in Achonry.


The minor team had a solid 8-5 to 2-3 win over St Pats last Thursday. They have now won three of their four group games and have qualified for the semi-finals of the ‘C’ Championship. Details of that fixture will be made available in the coming days.


The u16 team take on Ballymote on Monday evening (September 1st) at 7pm in Corran Park, Ballymote.


Our u14’s scored an impressive 9-8 to 0-2 win over St John’s last week. That’s two wins from three games in the ‘B’ Championship. Their campaign continues next week.


Pride of place this week goes to our u12 team who performed magnificently at the county finals day last Saturday at Markievicz Park. Having participated in the ‘B’ league, our lads defeated ‘A’ league leaders Drumcliffe/Rosses Point by a point in the quarter-final, and then beat St Farnan’s in the semi-final to reach the county ‘A’ final. Despite a good performance, our lads were defeated by St Mary’s in the decider by three points. Nonetheless, this was a tremendous performance from the lads who were within a kick of the ball of being crowned the county’s best team. Well done to all the players and the management team of Michael Duffy, Paddy Martin and Michael Hynes for a great years work – this side will prosper again in the future no doubt.

The club extends its sympathy to Brian Mahon, our Irish officer, and his family following the death of his mother last week.

The blotto draw returns next weekend after it's summer break, and takes place in Gilroy's Bar – your support is greatly appreciated.


The Blotto is back on 6th September

Jackpot €2800


Membership for 2014 is as last year, Adults €50, Student/Child €30, Family €90.

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