Church Gate Collection – We will be holding our annual Church Gate collection this weekend at all there churches. All support and donations received are hugely appreciated

Wedding Bells – We wish to congratulate former player Simon Egan, Cornageeha, and Kerri Quinn, Gortfadda, Mohill or their recent wedding, held in the sunnier climes of Santorini, Greece. Simon is currently plying his footballing trade Down Under. We wish you both a lifetime of health and happiness from all at Gortletteragh GAA Club.

Cathal Clancy and Mamie Reilly Tournament – We held our annual U11 and U9 tournaments versus Cloone last Sunday. Our U7s had their first game also which was a great success. We had a great day of football from our U7s starting to learn their skills, to our U9s and U11s showing off their own skills. Thanks to Cloone for the great games for another year, and thanks to all who helped out on the day. We were all very glad to come indoors to the warmth and enjoy the refreshments provided on a day that turned out wetter than we’d hoped for.

U15 – We played Melvin Gaels at home last Saturday. In the first minute of the game we conceded a penalty and they converted. So we played catch up for most of the first half. But by the time halftime whistle blew we had taken the lead by nine points with three well-struck goals. We never surrendered the lead from there till the full-time whistle. Next up is Sean O’Heslin in Ballinamore this Saturday morning. The team on the day was: J Shields, R Cunningham, D Heslin, A Liu Doyle, C Niblock, B Naughton, O Heslin, B Davis, M Reynolds, C McNulty, N Ward, C Reynolds, R Ward. Subs used C O’Leary, J Reynolds, L McManus

County Final – Best of luck to neighbours Mohill as they contest the Connacht Gold SFC Final this weekend.

Gaeltacht Scholarships – Leitrim GAA County Committee in conjunction with Leitrim County Council is offering grants for attendance at Gaeltacht courses to Leitrim boys and girls as part of their promotion of an Ghaeilge. These grants are open to boys and girls living in County Leitrim. Some of the grants are part-sponsored by Gaeltacht colleges. In the case of cash grants, when students return they can claim their grant money on production of evidence of having successfully completed the course. Application forms can be printed from the Leitrim GAA website www.leitrimgaa.ie by searching Gaeltacht Scholarships 2019 or can be had had from the Secretary of any GAA club. The closing date for applications is Friday 26 October 2018.
Comhbrón – We extend our sympathies on behalf of all at the club to the Meehan family, Dromahair, Dromahair GAA Club and the wider GAA community in Leitrim and further afield on the sad passing of Jim Meehan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.