Fenagh St Caillin’s GAA Club Notes 12/09/2017


The big game of the weekend was the Intermediate C’ship quarter-final. In a game that started off poorly for us the lads showed great character in the second half when down to 14 men, they really took the game to Leitrim Gaels and took the lead in injury time only for an equalizing point to go over with injury time up. The final score was Fenagh St Caillins 0.13, Leitrim Gaels 1.10. Fenagh St Caillins u13’s had a great win against neighbours Kiltubrid on Friday evening last in the u13 c’ship semi-final, winning after a mighty battle on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 4.08, Kiltubrid 1.12. Our u15’s were less fortunate in their c’ship semi-final played on Monday evening losing out to St Joseph’s on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 1.08, St Joseph’s 3.11.
On Friday evening next the Barna Recycling u13 Championship final takes place at 6.30pm with Fenagh St Caillins taking on St Joseph’s. The venue has yet to be decided. On Saturday morning our u17’s travel to Kinlough to play Melvin Gaels in the championship. This game throws in at 12pm. Later on Saturday afternoon is the eagerly awaited Intermediate C’ship replay with Leitrim Gaels. It’s scheduled for a 3pm start in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. Lots of exciting games to look forward to so please come out and support our teams.
Cycle from Na Fianna to Fenagh
Last Saturday saw this event taking place for the second year and again it proved to be a great success. With over 30 cyclists taking part the weather conditions did not make the journey easy and a strong westerly wind added significantly to the cycle time. Undeterred, all starters arrived into Fenagh to a warm welcome and an enjoyable evening was then had with food and entertainment and some rehydration. Thanks to everyone who assisted in organising the event and to those who helped out on the day and in the village with our stationary bike. Special thanks to the cyclists and helpers from the Na Fianna GAA Club who made the event possible.
Fenagh in Croker
Fenagh Gaelic for Mothers and Others team has been chosen to play in Croke Park on Ladies All Ireland Final day, 24th September. If anybody is interested in going to Croke Park you can contact Christina Bohan by Wednesday evening to book match tickets or a seat on the bus. You can text her on 087 6158809.