Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 19th August 2018
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team booked their place in the quarter-finals of the championship following a 2-12 to 0-13 defeat of St Patrick’s at Castleconnor on Saturday evening last. In dreadful conditions, we made a slow start before John Paul Carden’s goal helped us lead 1-6 to 0-5 at half-time. JP added a second goal after the restart and put us on the way to securing top spot in Group Three. The quarter-finals are scheduled for September 8th/9th.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team take on Curry in the championship in Quigabar next Thursday at 7pm.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s fell to a heavy defeat away to St John’s last Monday evening. They play Tourlestrane on Monday evening (August 20th) at Quigabar at 7pm in the B Championship semi-final.
U-14
Our U-14s put in an encouraging display to overcome Tourlestrane in the B Championship last Friday evening at Quigabar, 2-16 to 1-10. They will hope for a similar display when they travel to take on Eastern Harps next Friday evening at 7pm in Keash.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.
Top soil
There is top soil for sale from the pitch at Quigabar. Contact Declan Rouse (086) 2601462 for further details.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 12th August 2018
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team are in second round championship action on Saturday evening next, August 19th, when they play St Patrick’s in an important game at Castleconnor. Throw-in is at 7pm. Please support.
Junior B
Our Junior B footballers endured a difficult start to their championship campaign when they were beaten by Drumcliffe/Rosses Point, 0-2 to 6-17, at Quigabar last Sunday. This was the first time the group got together but nonetheless there were some decent displays around the park as a number of players returned to the Black and Amber. The lads can still qualify for the knockout stages if they overcome Castleconnor in the second round on the weekend of September 1st/2nd.
Minor
An injury-hit Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team were well beaten by Shamrock Gaels in the championship last Thursday evening in Quigabar, 0-8 to 2-19. They have a break from competitive action this week.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s received a walkover from Castleconnor last week. They have an important fixture on Monday (August 12th) at 7.30pm in Stenson Park as the championship reaches the business end.
U-14
Our U-14s resume their championship campaign at home to Tourlestrane on Friday evening (August 18th) at 7pm.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.
 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 5th August 2018
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team got their championship campaign off to a winning start with a two-point win over Castleconnor at Tourlestrane last Sunday, 1-10 to 0-11. A Shane Hargadon goal in the first half ensured a 1-6 to 0-6 half-time lead and the lads won out by two in the end. They will meet St Patrick’s in round two on Saturday week, August 18th, in Castleconnor.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team received a walkover from Ballymote/Bunninadden last Friday. They host Shamrock Gaels on Thursday evening in Quigabar at 7pm.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s play Castleconnor this evening (bank holiday Monday) at 7pm in Quigabar. They beat Shamrock Gaels last week by a single point, 5-7 to 2-15.
U-14
Our U-14s lost out to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in their first championship encounter, 7-8 to 3-5, at Oxfield last Friday evening. They play Tourlestrane in the second round on Friday week, August 17th.
County final
Due to ongoing works at Markievicz Park, it was confirmed recently that the Sligo Senior Football Championship final will be held at Quigabar on Sunday, October 14th. This promises to be a wonderful occasion for the club and area and we look forward to welcoming Gaels from across the county to our grounds for the biggest day in the club calendar.
Mothers and Others blitz
Well done to the Enniscrone/Kilglass Mothers and Others on participating in a blitz held in Bonniconlon last Saturday.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 29th July 2018
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team get their Championship campaign underway next Sunday afternoon at 1pm in Tourlestrane against neighbours Castleconnor. Best of luck to the players and management for the upcoming campaign. Please lend your support to the team if at all possible for this local derby next Sunday.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team have a rescheduled league fixture away to Ballymote/Bunninadden next Friday at 7pm.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s played out an entertaining draw with Tourlestrane last Monday in the B Championship. They face another away trip on Monday (July 29th) when they travel to Shamrock Gaels for a 7pm throw-in.
U-14
Our U-14s commence their B Championship campaign on Friday evening with an opening round tie away to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point from 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s had a very busy week but unfortunately came out on the losing side in two finals. Despite a gallant effort last Thursday at Scarden, they were beaten (in only their second defeat of the year) by an impressive Geevagh outfit, 0-22 to 0-10, the Division Two Cup final. On Sunday, they participated in the Billy Anderson Cup organized by the Ardnaree Sarsfields club and following wins over Lahardane MacHales and Castleconnor progressed to the decider but fell short against the hosts. Despite these two losses this team and squad has shown very well throughout the year. Well done to all the players and management.
Cúl Camps
A huge thanks to all participants, parents and coaches involved in last week’s massive Cúl Camp at Quigabar. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves!
Mothers and Others blitz
Saturday provided a major highlight of the football year so far following a superbly run Mothers and Others blitz at Quigabar as part of the Enniscrone Black Pig Festival. This was organized by the Enniscrone/Kilglass Mothers and Others group. 11 teams from across Sligo and Mayo took part, with plenty of off-the-field activity also available for all ages! Well done to all involved on running such a successful event that garnered praise from many throughout the day.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 22nd July 2018
Minor

There was major disappointment for the Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team last Thursday evening when they were beaten by St Molaise Gaels at Quigabar in the first round of the championship by a point, 3-7 to 3-8. Leading by five points in the closing stages, the concession of two very poor goals late on resulted in the loss. Despite this disappointment, the lads will hope for improvement away to Ballymote/Bunninadden next Thursday at 7pm
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s got their championship campaign off to a winning start with a 7-17 to 2-7 defeat of Eastern Harps. They play Tourlestrane on Monday evening (July 23rd) at 7pm in Tourlestrane.
U-14
Our U-14s secured silverware on Friday evening last when they claimed the Division Two shield title with a 3-10 to 1-7 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena at Scarden. 3-7 to 0-2 ahead at half-time, the lads did well in the second half against the wind to end as deserving winners. Well done to everyone involved on this success. The squad from Friday was: Finn Conway; Eoin Tuffy, Lorcan Gregory; Darragh Mulrooney, Matthew Foley, Ryan O’Donnell; Brian Duffy, Jordan Stevens; Tommy Quinn, Lee Devaney, Oisin Arthur; Oisin Finnerty, Pearse Sheridan. Subs: Neil Kelly, Aodhan Forde, Rory Harte.
U-12
Our U-12s have an important game at home on Tuesday when they play Curry in the Division Two semi-final at 7pm. Good luck to everyone involved.
Cúl Camps
The annual Cúl Camp takes place in Quigabar this week (July 23rd-28th). We hope everyone enjoys what is always a wonderful week, and that the weather co-operates!
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 15th July 2018
Intermediate

Our Intermediate team concluded their Division Two league campaign in a positive fashion following a 1-11 to 0-12 win away to Geevagh last Sunday. The sides were level at the break, 1-5 to 0-8, and despite going three points up at one stage in the second half, our lads required late scores from Shane Hargadon and Christopher Tuffy to hold off a late Geevagh revival. The lads now have three weeks to prepare for the Intermediate Championship, which gets underway on the August Bank Holiday weekend with against Castleconnor.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s secured silverware last Monday evening when they claimed the Division Two cup title with a comprehensive 8-15 to 4-10 win over Shamrock Gaels in Tubbercurry. This was an assured team display that included fine performances in every sector of the park. Well done to the players and management on this success.
U-14
Our U-14s secured their place in the Division Two shield final following an impressive 9-10 to 4-6 defeat of Geevagh/St Michael’s at Geevagh last Thursday evening. They now advance to a final meeting with Coolaney/Mullinabreena next Friday evening (July 19th) at 7.30pm in the Sligo Centre of Excellence at Scarden. Best of luck to everyone involved – please support.
U-12
Our U-12s put in a good display to end as 0-20 to 0-3 winners over Curry at Quigabar last Tuesday.
Club lapel pins
There are a limited number of lapel pins showcasing the club crest – and importantly the correct spelling of Enniscrone as Gaeilge agus as Béarla – available at present. They are a quality item that would make a great present, and also show your support for the upcoming plebiscite on the town name. They are available from any committee member for €10.

 Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 8th July 2018
Intermediate
Our intermediate team play their final game of their league campaign next Sunday at 1pm away to Geevagh. Good luck lads.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s take on Shamrock Gaels in the Division Two final tomorrow evening, Monday July 9th, at 8pm in Tubbercurry. Best of luck to all of the players and management – please support.
U-14
Our U-14s put in an encouraging second half display to defeat Easkey in last Thursday’s Division Two shield quarter final, 7-11 to 4-9. They travel to Geevagh for the semi-final on Thursday evening at 7pm where they meet Geevagh/St Michael’s – that one has a 7pm throw-in. Good luck lads.
U-12
Our U-12s host Curry on Tuesday evening at 7pm. A win will send them through to the Division Two final.
County scene
Commiserations to Michael Duffy, Gavin Duffy, Dara Rouse, Adam Mullaney and the Sligo minors on their loss to Roscommon last Friday evening. That ends Sligo’s interest in this year’s Connacht Championship.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 1st July 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team collected the two league points on offer at Quigabar last Sunday when they beat Bunninadden, 1-9 to 0-6. In an uninspiring contest, our lads dominated the exchanges throughout but failed to capitalize on having the lions share of possession. 0-4 to 0-2 ahead at the break having played into a strong breeze in the first half, the lads only pulled away with a goal ten minutes from time. They have a break in action next weekend.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16s have finished top of Division Two and will contest the knockout stages in the coming weeks.
U-14
Our U-14s take on Easkey on Thursday evening in Easkey from 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s were beaten by Geevagh last Sunday, 0-34 to 0-4. The lads will regroup before their next outing against Curry on July 10th.
County scene
Commiserations to Michael Duffy, Gavin Duffy, Dara Rouse, Adam Mullaney and the Sligo minors on their loss to Leitrim.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 24th June 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team beat Castleconnor 2-16 to 2-14 in the final round of the Benson Cup last Sunday afternoon at Corballa. Having established a 2-7 to 0-5 interval advantage, the lads will be disappointed with their second half display. They finish the campaign with three wins and a draw from four games but miss out on a place in the final on score difference. Next Sunday, the lads return to league action with a home fixture against Bunninadden at 2pm in Quigabar. Please support if possible.
Minor/U-16
Well done to all club players on completing the state examinations last week.
U-14
Our U-14s are currently preparing for their shield quarter-final against Easkey on July 5th.
U-12
Our U-12s put in a determined display to defeat St Patrick’s last Tuesday at Quigabar, 0-10 to 0-5. In awful weather conditions, both teams served up and interesting contest. Well done lads.
County scene
Commiserations to Michael Duffy, Gavin Duffy, Dara Rouse, Adam Mullaney and the Sligo minors on their loss to Mayo last weekend, and to the county’s senior footballers on their loss to Armagh. Congratulations to the team and management of the Sligo senior hurlers on their superb success in the Lory Meagher Cup final at Croke Park last Saturday.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 17th June 2018
Intermediate

A late Shane Hargadon goal salvaged a 1-12 to 0-15 draw for our intermediate team against old rivals Easkey in a competitive Benson Cup clash at Quigabar last Sunday. A point down at the break having played into the wind in the opening half, our lads will be disappointed not to have kicked on in the second period. Prior to throw-in a minute’s silence was observed in memory of former club player and executive member Gerry Gilroy RIP. Next Sunday at 1pm the lads have their final group game against Castleconnor in Corballa.
Minor/U-16
Continued good luck to all club players currently sitting state examinations.
U-14
A depleted U-14 team were beaten by Geevagh/St Michael’s last Thursday, 6-9 to 1-9, meaning they now enter the shield competition.
U-12
Our U-12s return to action on Tuesday evening at home to Curry from 7pm.
U-10
Our U-10s had a very enjoyable outing at Calry/St Joseph’s GAA club on Saturday morning where they finished second in a blitz competition. Most encouraging however was the team’s success in the skills competition which illustrates the excellent work being carried out at this age group. Well done to all and thanks to the Calry/St Joseph’s club for their hospitality.
Mothers and Others
Well done to the Enniscrone/Kilglass Mothers and Others squad and their coach Paul on their excellent performance at the Connacht Blitz at the GAA Centre in Ballyhaunis on Saturday last. Continued success to all the group.
County scene
Best wishes to Michael Duffy, Gavin Duffy, Dara Rouse, Adam Mullaney and all the Sligo minors when they resume their championship campaign against Mayo next Saturday. Good luck also to the Sligo senior hurlers in the Lory Meagher Cup final and to the Sligo senior footballers versus Armagh in the All-Ireland qualifiers.
Blotto
Last week’s blotto draw was postponed due to the sudden passing of Gerry Gilroy. Please note that the blotto draw now takes place every Sunday night, switching from its traditional Saturday slot.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 10th June 2018
Intermediate
Our intermediate team put in a disappointing display to lose out to St Farnan’s by three points, 2-16 to 3-10, at Templeboy last Sunday afternoon. The team will hope for significant improvement ahead of an important Benson Cup fixture against Easkey next Sunday at 1pm in Quigabar. Your support would be appreciated.
Minor/U-16
Continued good luck to all club players currently sitting state examinations.
U-14
Our U-14s travel to Ballintogher on Thursday evening to play Geevagh/St Michael’s. Throw in is at 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s return to action on June 19th at home to Curry.
Gerry Gilroy RIP
There was widespread shock in the community last week following the sudden passing of Gerry Gilroy, Drinaghan, Kilglass. Gerry played football and hurling with the club at underage level and later in life was a committee member as PRO. The club provided a guard of honour at last Sunday’s funeral mass. We extend our deepest sympathies to Gerry’s wife Hannah and the entire Gilroy family at this sad time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 27th May 2018
U-16

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team received a walkover from Coolera/Strandhill last week. Tomorrow (Monday) evening they host Tubbercurry/Cloonacol at 7pm before another home fixture against Castleconnor on Thursday evening 7pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14s, minus a number of players, went down to Curry 8-10 to 1-8 at Quigabar last Thursday. While they have no league game this week, many of the squad will travel to Dublin next Saturday to participate in the Gavan Jolliffe tournament hosted by the Naomh Mearnog GAA club in Portmarnock. Good luck lads.
U-12
Our U-12s travel to take on Curry in the league on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
Good wishes
All the best to club secretary Brendan Murray and Gary Egan with their new venture the Wild Atlantic Inn in Kinard which opened its doors for the first time last weekend.
Blotto
Congratulations to Geraldine Melvin who won the jackpot of €5400 in last weekend’s blotto draw. There was no winner of the new jackpot of €2000 last Saturday. Next week’s draw takes place in McNulty’s.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 20th May 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team played out a 0-11 apiece draw with neighbours Castleconnor at Quigabar last Saturday evening in round six of the Division Two league. In blustery conditions, the visitors led 0-9 to 0-3 at half-time but an improved second half showing backed by the wind helped our lads retrieve the situation, though some very wasteful shooting did not help our cause. Best wishes and a speedy recovery to Keith Mullaney who sustained a foot injury in the first half.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor received a walkover from Owenmore Gaels in the league last Friday evening.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team is away to Coolera/Strandhill on Monday evening at 7pm, and two days later on Wednesday host Castleconnor on at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14s return to league action on Thursday evening with a home fixture against Curry.
U-12
Our U-12s had a 0-34 to 0-5 win over St Farnan’s last Tuesday evening. They play Curry in their final league game on May 29th.
U-6
Please note that U-6 training takes place this week on Thursday evening from 7pm to 8pm in Quigabar.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 13th May 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team were fortunate to come away from Dromard with two league points last Saturday evening after they finished strongly to beat St Pats 3-8 to 1-11 in round five of the Division Two league campaign. Leading 1-5 to 1-4 at the break, our lads trailed heading into the final five minutes before goals from Shane Hargadon and Tom Mahon put us in front, finishing as three-point winners. Next Saturday evening at 7pm, Castleconnor are the visitors to Quigabar. Please support.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team play Owenmore Gaels in Quigabar on Friday evening at 7pm.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play Castleconnor on Monday evening (May 14th) at 7pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14s put in a decent display but lost to St John’s in a competitive Division Two fixture last Thursday, 2-9 to 2-7. They have a break in competitive action this week.
U-12
Our U-12s host St Farnan’s on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
County Scene
Commiserations to the Sligo minors on their loss to Galway in their first round Connacht MFC match last Friday. Our own Gavin Duffy started at full forward while Adam Mullaney and Dara Rouse were among the substitutes. The team is managed by Michael Duffy. They return to action in six weeks’ time for the second round.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 06th May 2018
Intermediate

After a break in competitive action last weekend, our intermediate footballers return to league action next Saturday evening when they travel to Dromard to take on St Pats. Throw-in is at 7pm. Please support.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team had a comprehensive 10-18 to 4-4 win over Owenmore Gaels last Monday. Their next outing is against Castleconnor on May 14th.
U-14
Our U-14s are in action on Thursday evening away to St John’s from 7pm.
U-12
Our U-12s secured their third successive win of their league campaign when they defeated Castleconnor 0-20 to 0-8 last Tuesday. They are in action again on Tuesday week (May 15th) at home to St Farnan’s.
Best wishes
Best of luck to the Sligo minor team who begin their Connacht Minor Championship campaign next Friday evening against Galway at Markievicz Park. The club is well represented with three players on the squad – Gavin Duffy, Dara Rouse and Adam Mullaney – with our own Michael Duffy manager of the team. The game has a 7pm throw-in time.
London Fundraiser
A huge thank you to Noel Sheridan and Fergus Sweeney on running a superb club fundraising draw in London over the bank holiday weekend. Thanks also to everyone who supported the draw and to businesses from near and far for the donation of prizes. The list of winners will be available on our social media platforms and website during the week.
Congratulations
Congratulations to Michael John Crean and his new wife Annette Lang on getting married last weekend.
Well done to the Sligo footballers on their championship win over London last Sunday.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 29th April 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate footballers had a 2-15 to 2-12 win over St Pats at Dromard in the Benson Cup last Saturday evening. Minus a number of regulars, the lads trailed 2-5 to 0-8 at half-time but an improved second half showing gave them a three-point win. They will face the same opposition on Saturday week in the league.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minors had an encouraging 1-10 to 0-11 win over Shamrock Gaels last Friday evening in Division One of the league. In a much-improved display, the lads were fully-deserving of this win over the current league leaders. They face Owenmore Gaels in their final league game on May 18th.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play Owenmore Gaels on Monday, (April 30th) at 7pm in Connolly Park, Collooney.
U-14
Our U-14s got their first league win of the year at the second attempt following a 9-12 to 8-6 win over St Pats last Thursday evening. They are next in action on May 10th away to St John’s.
U-12
Our U-12s play Castleconnor on Tuesday evening (May 1st) at 7pm in St Brendan’s Park, Corballa.
U-8/U-10
Well done to our U-8s and U-10s on their excellent efforts against St Farnan’s last Wednesday evening.
London Fundraiser
A novel club fundraiser is being held next Sunday in London to coincide with the London vs Sligo Connacht Championship clash. Noel Sheridan and Fergus Sweeney – two natives of the area and staunch club supporters now residing across the Irish Sea – have put together some fantastic prizes for the draw, which includes All-Ireland tickets, weekend trips and various other items. To support, please visit our Facebook page to purchase tickets online. Alternatively, if you’re travelling to the game feel free to join in the craic at Frosty’s Bar, 404 Kenton Road, Harrow from 8pm on Sunday. All welcome!
Good luck
Very best wishes to intermediate team footballer Michael John Crean who gets married next Saturday. Good luck to the Sligo Senior footballers in their Connacht Championship opener against London next Sunday, and also to Michael Moyles and the Leitrim footballers who play New York next weekend.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 22nd April 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team suffered their first home defeat of 2018 with a 1-8 to 2-12 loss to Calry/St Joseph’s last Saturday. We led the game 1-4 to 0-4 after an encouraging opening 20 minutes, but Calry finished the first half stronger to take a 1-8 to 1-6 half-time lead. A goal for the visitors ten minutes into the second half put them in the driving seat and they ended as seven-point winners. Our lads are in Benson Cup action next Saturday evening away to St Pats from 7pm. 
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey were beaten by Eastern Harps at Quigabar last Sunday, 2-7 to 5-15. They host Shamrock Gaels on Friday evening at 7pm. 
U-16 
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play Owenmore Gaels on Monday, (April 30th) at 7pm in Connolly Park, Collooney. 
U-14
Our U-14s take on St Pats on Thursday evening at 6.30pm in Dromard. 
U-12
Our U-12s had an impressive 0-21 to 0-4 win away to Tourlestrane last week. They are next in action on May 1st when they take on Castleconnor. 
U-8/U-10
Well done to our U-8s and U-10s who had their first outing of the year against Easkey last Wednesday. 


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th April 2018
Registration

A reminder that all players and non-playing members are requested to complete their registration as soon as possible as it is now overdue. Please contact the relevant team managers for information.
Intermediate
Our intermediate team secured their second successive win in Division Two with a 4-15 to 0-9 defeat of St Michael’s at Scarden last Saturday evening. The foundation for the win was the first half display which saw us lead 3-6 to 0-7 having played into the breeze in the opening period. Next Saturday Calry/St Joseph’s are the visitors to Quigabar on Saturday at 6.30pm. Please support.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team suffered a 4-18 to 3-8 defeat to Curry last Friday evening. They host Eastern Harps on Tuesday evening at 6.30pm.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play Calry/St Joseph’s on Monday, (April 16th) at 6.30pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14s had a difficult start to their league campaign after they let a half-time lead slip to lose out to Tourlestrane 5-7 to 3-11 at Quigabar last Thursday evening. They are next in action on April 26th against St Pats.
U-12
Our U-12s had better fortunes in their first league game after they were comprehensive winners over Easkey, 0-23 to 0-4. They are away to Tourlestrane next Tuesday (April 17th) at 6.30pm.
Donal Kirby RIP
The club was greatly saddened at the news of the sudden passing of Donal Kirby last week. Donal was a hurling stalwart and in founding the Western Gaels club in the late 1990s he revitalized the small ball game in west Sligo. He was a regular fixture at Quigabar with the various hurling teams within the club and at the time of his death was Assistant Secretary of the Sligo county board. We extend our deepest sympathies to Donal’s wife Christine, his son Daniel, daughter Emma and the extended family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Congrats
Congratulations to the boys and girls who made their First Holy Communion in Kilglass last Sunday.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 7th April 2018
Registration

A reminder that all players and non-playing members are requested to complete their registration as soon as possible as it is now overdue. Please contact the relevant team managers for information.
Intermediate
Our intermediate team got their Division Two league campaign back on track thanks to a fully-merited 3-15 to 2-9 win over St John’s last Sunday at Quigabar. In fine conditions, our lads put in a much-improved display to run out nine-point winners. They will look for further improvement ahead of next week’s fixture away to St Michael’s on Saturday evening at 6.30pm. Best wishes to Michael Moyles who sustained an injury in the closing stages.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team have two Division One fixtures in quick succession this week: on Tuesday evening they play Eastern Harps in Quigabar while on Friday evening they are away to Curry.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play Calry/St Joseph’s on Monday, April 16th at 6.30pm in Quigabar.
U-14
Our U-14s get their league campaign underway against Tourlestrane on Thursday evening at 6.30pm in Quigabar. Good luck to the players and management for the year ahead.
U-12
Our U-12s first league game against Easkey now takes place tomorrow evening (Monday) at 6.30pm in Quigabar.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 1st April 2018
Registration

A reminder that all players and non-playing members are requested to complete their registration as soon as possible as it is now overdue. Please contact the relevant team managers for information.
Intermediate
There was disappointment for our Intermediate team on Good Friday as they fell to a 0-14 to 1-9 loss against Easkey in the first round of Division Two fixtures. This was a below-par display and they will look for significant improvement when they welcome current intermediate champions St John’s to Quigabar next Sunday at 1pm.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team, short of a number of regulars, were unable to field for their league tie against St Molaise Gaels last Thursday.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team got their first win of the year with a 4-10 to 2-08 defeat of Shamrock Gaels in Coola last Tuesday. They have no game this week; training continues.
U-14
Our U-14s continue training this week ahead of the start of their league campaign against Tourlestrane on April 12th.
U-12
Our U-12s begin their league campaign with a home fixture against Easkey on Tuesday evening at 6.45pm. Good luck to the players and management for the year ahead.
Easter Camp
We held a hugely successful Easter Camp on Monday and Tuesday of last week with over 50 boys and girls in attendance on both days. Thanks to our club coaches, county coaches and all parents for a great couple of days.
Retirement
Best wishes to Enniscrone Fire Station officer Seamus Egan who retired from his post last week. He was on hand on numerous occasions to assist with Civil Defence during our club events over many years. Enjoy your retirement Seamus.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 25th March 2018
Registration

A reminder that all players and non-playing members are requested to complete their registration as soon as possible as it is now overdue. Please contact the relevant team managers for information.
Intermediate
Our intermediate team got their new season off to a positive start with a 5-17 to 0-8 win over St Farnan’s at Quigabar last Saturday evening in the Benson Cup. They commence their Division Two campaign next Friday evening at 6pm when they play Easkey in Easkey. Please support.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team suffered a disappointing 3-14 to 0-6 defeat to Ballymote/Bunninadden on Sunday. They are scheduled to play St Molaise Gaels in Grange on Thursday evening at 6pm in the next round.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team were beaten 5-5 to 3-7 by St Farnan’s/St Pats last Saturday morning. They play Shamrock Gaels on Tuesday evening in Coola.
U-12
Our U-12s put in an excellent effort to reach the final of the county Pella (indoor) competiton in Sligo last Friday. They got the better of south division winners Tubbercurry Cloonacool in their semi-final, before losing out by a single point to St Mary’s in the final. Despite the loss it was a very useful workout and bodes well for the year ahead.
U-10
Well done to our U-10 boys who played in the half-time games at Markievicz Park last Sunday during the meeting of Sligo and Derry. Future stars who will no doubt wear the black and white in the years ahead!
U10_Team_March_2018
 

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 18th March 2018
Registration

We will be holding our registration night on Sunday, March 25th from 6-8pm in the Astro Turf at Quigabar. All players must be registered for insurance purposes and non-playing members are also required to renew their membership. The various options are: Adult player: €70; Non-playing adult member: €50; U-18: €40; Family: €120
Intermediate
Our intermediate team will get their 2018 season up and running with a Benson Cup fixture against St Farnan’s on Saturday, March 24th at 5pm in Quigabar. Best wishes to Con, Pat, Keith, Declan and all the squad for the year ahead.
U-16
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey U-16 team play their first competitive game next Saturday at 11am when they meet St Farnan’s/St Pats. Good luck to the players and management for the coming year.
Easter camp
We will be holding a two-day Easter Camp on Monday March 26th and Tuesday March 27th for boys and girls aged 5-12. It will take place from 10.30am to 2pm with club coaches and Sligo GAA coaches on hand during the day to provide the coaching. Registration takes place on the Monday morning from 10am, with a cost of €20 per child with discounts for multiple children from the same family. It promises to be a great two days. For more information, contact Cathal Mullaney (087) 0577947.
St Patrick’s Day
Well done to everyone involved in an excellent St Patrick’s Day parade in Enniscrone last Saturday.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 11th March 2018
Intermediate

Our intermediate team will get their 2018 season up and running with a Benson Cup fixture against St Farnan’s on Saturday, March 24th. The league gets underway the following week with Easkey providing the opposition in the opening round.
Minor
The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor team had an encouraging start to their Division One campaign following a hard-fought 1-10 to 1-6 win over Tourlestrane last Sunday. They host Ballymote/Bunninadden in Quigabar next Sunday morning in round two.
Underage
Training continues for all underage groups at the usual time this week.
County scene
Well done to Aidan Morrison and the Sligo hurlers on their 3-13 to 0-15 win over Fermanagh last Sunday.
New arrival
Congratulations to Intermediate team footballer John Paul Carden and his wife Caroline on the birth of a baby girl last week.
St Patrick’s Day
Best wishes to everyone taking part in the Enniscrone St Patrick’s Day parade next Saturday. It begins at 1pm from the Diamond Coast Hotel. Please support this great community event.


Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 4th March 2018
Minor

The Enniscrone-Kilglass/Easkey minor footballers begin their 2018 season with an away fixture against Tourlestrane next Sunday morning at 11am. Best wishes to the players and management for the coming year.
Underage training
All groups are now back on a weekly basis with indoor training. Contact the relevant team management for details.

Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 18th February 2018
Underage coaching

Coaching has resumed for all age groups for 2018. Please contact relevant coaches for info.
College scene
Commiserations to Ciaran O’Dowd and his Waterford IT teammates on their one-point loss to Mary Immaculate College in the Trench Cup final played at Santry on Saturday.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto jackpot. The draw continues every Saturday - your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Inishcrone or Enniscrone
There will be a public information evening this Thursday, February 22nd, at 8pm in the Diamond Coast Hotel with regard to changing the official name of the village. Everybody is asked to support this community initiative.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 4th February 2018
Dinner Dance

We will hold our much-anticipated dinner dance in the Diamond Coast Hotel next Saturday, February 10th at 8pm. Special guests Hurler of the Year Joe Canning and former Tyrone All-Ireland winner Peter Canavan. Tickets are on sale in Sheridan’s Kilglass, Queenan’s Checkout Enniscrone or from any committee member. Don’t miss what promises to be an excellent evening in the company of some famous guests!
AGM
Our club AGM was very well-attended in the astro turf complex at Quigabar last Friday. After a very busy year of development for the club in 2017, both the Chairman’s report and Secretary’s report documented the major progress of the past year. Both also extended sympathy to any bereaved families during the year, particularly noting the sad passing of club stalwart Joe McManus in January. Treasurer Eugene Nelson presented the club’s financial position, which was most encouraging as we head into another season. Thanks were also extended to Francie Gallagher who vacated his roles as vice chair and blotto coordinator. The 2018 committee is as follows - Patrons: Joe Quinn, Peadar O’Neill, Canon George McHale, Edward Harte; President: Oliver Bourke; Vice President: John P Mullaney; Chairperson: Declan Rouse; Vice Chairperson: PJ Kavanagh; Secretary: Brendan Murray; Assistant Secretary: Catherine Tuffy and Shane Hargadon; Treasurer: Eugene Nelson; Assistant Treasurer: Breda Sheridan, Clair Beglin Duffy, Joe Cawley (development); PRO: Cathal Mullaney and David Tuffy; County Board delegate: Declan Rouse and Joe Queenan; Irish Officer: Tom McManus; Registrar: Marty Duffy; Pitch Committee: Paddy Tuffy, Mixie Jacob, Johnny Mullaney, Michael Gordon, Liam Cawley, Ciaran Sweeney; Schools Coordinator/Child Protection Officer: Martin McHale; Coaching Coordinator: John Paul Carden; Grants/Funding: Declan Rouse, Mixie Jacob, Mattie Coleman, Joe Cawley, Eugene Nelson; Blotto coordinator: Brian Coleman, Insurance Officer: Brendan Murray. The club looks forward to a busy and successful 2018.
Underage coaching
Indoor underage coaching has resumed for all age groups for 2018. Please contact relevant coaches for info.
County scene
Well done to the Sligo hurlers and clubman Aidan Morrison on their league win over Cavan on Sunday.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 28th January 2018
AGM

Our AGM takes place this Friday, February 2nd at 8pm in the clubhouse.
Underage coaching
Underage coaching for all age-groups is set to commence for 2018 this week. Contact team managers for relevant times etc.
Dinner Dance
Tickets for our dinner dance in the Diamond Coast Hotel on February 10th will go on sale this week. It promises to be an excellent evening with Hurler of the Year Joe Canning and Tyrone football legend Peter Canavan set to attend as special guests.
County scene
Clubman Aidan Morrison captained the Sligo hurlers last Sunday in their opening round league loss against Leitrim at Tourlestrane. Elsewhere, the Sligo footballers suffered defeat away to Armagh.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 21st January 2018
Joe McManus RIP

The club was greatly saddened this week at the passing of one of our greatest stalwarts, Joe McManus. Since arriving in Enniscrone in the 1960s as Garda Sergeant, Joe was a truly dedicated clubman and contributed enormously to the GAA in our parish and at county level also as a member of the Sligo County Board for many years. The esteem in which Joe was held was illustrated in the size of our club guard of honour on Wednesday evening, and again on Thursday morning. Club colours draped the coffin as Joe was brought to his final resting place in St Patrick’s Cemetery. The club extends its deepest sympathy to the McManus family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
FBD League
Unfortunately the FBD League meeting of Sligo and Mayo had to be moved from Quigabar to Ballina last Sunday morning after torrential overnight rain made our pitch unplayable. While disappointing, it was the correct decision in light of the dangerous underfoot conditions. Nonetheless thanks to all who had helped us prepare for the game since we were notified last Friday afternoon of the fixture.
Dinner Dance
Tickets for our dinner dance in the Diamond Coast Hotel on February 10th will go on sale shortly. It promises to be an excellent evening with Hurler of the Year Joe Canning and Tyrone football legend Peter Canavan set to attend as special guests.
AGM
Our AGM takes place on Friday, February 2nd at 8pm in the clubhouse.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 14th January 2018
Dinner Dance

We will have an All-Star line-up for our annual dinner dance on Saturday, February 10th in the Diamond Coast Hotel. The club is very pleased to confirm that Hurler of the Year, Galway’s Joe Canning, and Tyrone football legend Peter Canavan will both be in attendance on the night as our special guests. The night will also involve several presentations to successful teams and our usual individual awards. Tickets will be available shortly from the usual outlets.
AGM
Our AGM will take place on Friday, February 2nd at 8pm in the clubhouse.
Blotto winner
Congratulations to Billy Mitchell, Enniscrone, on claiming the blotto jackpot of €14200 last Saturday night. Billy’s winning numbers were 3, 4 and 19, and scooped him the highest ever jackpot in the history of the blotto. The jackpot for next week’s draw in Sheridan’s, Kilglass, is €2000. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA notes 7th January 2018
Intermediate team management

At last Friday’s club meeting, the club ratified the appointment of former Sligo footballer Con O’Meara and 2017 boss Pat Darcy as joint managers of our Intermediate footballers for 2018. Keith Mullaney and Declan Hughes complete the management ticket as selectors. The club extends its best wishes to the new management and the squad of players for the coming season.
Underage management
Last Friday’s meeting also confirmed our underage management teams for the coming year. They are - U-6: Trevor Gordon, Henry McDonnell, Kevin Bourke; U-8: Greg Regan, Dermot Beglin, U-10: Derek Tuffy, Carmel O’Neill; U-12: Francie Gallagher, Paul Bourke, Eamon Harnett, Eamon O’Malley, Christopher Ormsby; U-14: Shane Hargadon, Cathal Mullaney, Paul Bourke; U-16: John Paul Carden, Brian Coleman, Paddy Martin; Minor: Declan Rouse, Johnny Mullaney; U-21: Brendan Murray. Best wishes to all for 2018.

Dinner Dance
We will have an All-Star line-up for our annual dinner dance on Saturday, February 10th in the Diamond Coast Hotel. The club is very pleased to confirm that Hurler of the Year, Galway’s Joe Canning, and Tyrone football legend Peter Canavan will both be in attendance on the night as our special guests. The night will also involve several presentations to successful teams and our usual individual awards. Tickets will be available shortly from the usual outlets.
AGM
Our AGM will take place on Friday, February 2nd at 8pm in the clubhouse.
Mass
There will be a mass for the recovery of health of Jonathan Higgins in the Church of the Holy Family Kilglass on Tuesday evening at 7pm.
Married vs Singles donation
Both the Moy Search and Rescue and the Civil Defence will receive €350 each after donations received at our Married vs Singles match on December 27th. Thanks to everyone who donated on the day for these worthy causes.
Sympathy
At last Friday’s club meeting, votes of sympathy were extended to the Sweeney family and the Reilly family following recent bereavements.
Blotto
There was no winner of last weekend’s blotto draw. Next week’s jackpot will be €14200, its highest ever figure. Thanks to everyone for the continued support.

  

 




   
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