Pride of place this week goes to our minor team on their excellent win over Grattan Óg in the C Championship final. Well done to the committed squad of players and their management team of Gearóid Nertney, Paddy McKeon, Paddy Collum and Emmet Noonan
We played Mostrim in the fourth round of the senior championship last Saturday in Pearse Park. We were beaten on a score-line of 5-12 to 1-11. We play Colmcille this Sunday in Dromard at 4.30pm. Best of luck to the team and management
The team and scorers were as follows:
Aiden Gray; Aaron McGee, Cian Brady, Mark Duffy; Emmet Noonan (0-1), Cian Murphy, Mark Hughes (0-1); Gary Connell, Liam Lynch; Mark Breslin, Pauric Gill (0-2), Conor Keenan (1-1); Stephen Donnelly, Paddy Collum (0-3,2f), Ryan Crowe (0-1).
James Noonan (0-1); Sean Whelan; Petie Collum (0-1, 1f)
We received the points from Dromard on Sunday last in the Junior A championship. The final group game is at home against Ballymore next Sunday at 12pm. The Junior B team were beaten 1-9 to 1-4 last Wednesday night in Monaduff. The team and scorers were as follows:
Graham Lee, James O’Neill, Derek McKeon, Anthony McKeon, Declan Donnelly, Martin Mulleady, Leon McKeon (0-1), James Breslin, Gearóid Nertney, Robin O’Neill, James Noonan (0-1), Micheál Kane, Tyrone Crowe, Mike Mulleady (0-2), David Taylor
Gordon Smyth, Cathal Curwin, Darren Cawley (1-0), Darren Smith. The next round is tonight against Ballymahon. Check fixture list for time and venue.
The lotto draw for €4,000 took place in O’Reilly’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, September 27th. Results are currently on the club website and social media and will be published in next week’s notes. Thank you to all who continue to support our lotto. Please download for free and play on our Clubspot app or at the below link making sure to select the Fr Manning Gaels lotto. Physical envelopes are available from the usual sellers & locations.
Congratulations are in order for Emma Brennan on her silver medal in the girls U-14 800m in the Community Games National final. This is an incredible achievement. Well done Emma.