AGM – Fenagh St Caillins AGM will take place on Saturday 15th December at 5pm in Fenagh Visitors Centre. Nominations forms for roles within the club are available from Club Secretary TP McLoughlin or can be downloaded from fenaghgaa.com. Completed nomination forms must be returned to Club Secretary in advance of Saturdays AGM.
Date for your diary – Keep Friday 8th February free for  the Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club Dinner Dance. The venue is Lough Rynn and the night will include the presentation of medals to our Leitrim Intermediate Championship winning team.
National Club Draw – its that time of year again when Club members will be calling to houses in the Parish with National Club Draw tickets. The tickets cost €10 and there are an array of prizes on offer courtesy of the GAA. This year Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club will be holding a draw in conjunction with the National Club Draw and everyone who purchases a National Club Draw ticket from a member of Fenagh Gaa Club will also be in with a chance of winning €100.
AGM – Fenagh St Caillins AGM will take place on Saturday 15th December at 5pm. Nominations forms for roles within the club are available from Club Secretary TP McLoughlin.
Date for your diary – Keep Friday 8th February free for the Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club Dinner Dance. The venue is Lough Rynn and the night will include the presentation of medals to our Leitrim Intermediate Championship winning team.
National Club Draw – its that time of year again when Club members will be calling to houses in the Parish with National Club Draw tickets. The tickets cost €10 and there are an array of prizes on offer courtesy of the GAA. This year Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club will be holding a draw in conjunction with the National Club Draw and everyone who purchases a National Club Draw ticket from a member of Fenagh Gaa Club will also be in with a chance of winning €100.
Scór 2019 – if anyone is interested in taking part in the upcoming Scór or Scór na nÓg please contact club Scór officer Martin Doonan.
Lotto results – our most recent draw took place on recently in Quinn’s Bar. The jackpot was €3000. Numbers drawn were 2 6 7 5 1 8 4 3. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were Sean McLoughlin, Corraphort, PJ Conefrey and Conan Gill. Yearly ticket holder €20 winner was Bernie McLoughlin. Thank you for your continuing support.
AGM – Fenagh St Caillins AGM will take place on Saturday 15th December at 5pm.
The date for your diary – Keep Friday 8th February free for  the Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club Dinner Dance. The venue is Lough Rynn and the night will include the presentation of medals to our Leitrim Intermediate Championship winning team.
National Club Draw – its that time of year again when Club members will be calling to houses in the Parish with National Club Draw tickets. The tickets cost €10 and there are an array of prizes on offer courtesy of the GAA. This year Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club will be holding a draw in conjunction with the National Club Draw and everyone who purchases a National Club Draw ticket from a member of Fenagh Gaa Club will also be in with a chance of winning €100.
Scór 2019 – if anyone is interested in taking part in the upcoming Scór or Scór na nÓg please contact club Scór officer Martin Doonan.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club expresses our sympathies Joe Reynolds, Principal of Fenagh National School and to the Reynolds family following the passing of his mother Anna Reynolds, Eslin. May she rest in peace.

Pyramid Bookmakers Junior B Championship Final – Saturday last saw the final game of the season with our Junior B team taking on Aughawillan in the championship final. Despite a brave comeback towards the end of the game our lads had left too much to do following a poor first half performance and so it was Aughawillan who claimed the double adding this title to their Senior championship victory of last month. Final score Fenagh St Caillins 4.10, Aughawillan 2.18. Congratulations to Aughawillan on their years work.

Leitrim Sports Partnership Awards – the Fenagh St Caillins Intermediate Championship winning team have been nominated in the Team of the Year Category in this years awards. The awards take place next Saturday night in the Landmark starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are still available for anybody who wishes to attend. Contact Marie McGovern for more details.
Scór 2019 – if anyone is interested in taking part in the upcoming Scór or Scór na nÓg please contact club Scór officer Martin Doonan.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club express our sympathies to Mick and Majella Hunt and family following the death of Mick’s mother Marcella Hunt R.I.P.

Leitrim Intermediate Championship Final – Congratulations to the Fenagh St Caillins team who last Sunday was crowned Leitrim Intermediate Champions for 2018. While there were mixed emotions following the previous weeks draw and display there was no repeat this time around with the team producing a top quality performance when it mattered most to ensure the Frank Reynolds Cup would rest for the winter in Fenagh. To scenes of unbridled joy, team captain and the man of the match Ryan O’Rourke lifted the cup to end a 44 year wait for a Fenagh team to win an adult championship final and return to senior championship football for the first time in 10 years. The scenes at the final whistle and on the teams return to Fenagh Village with the cup were so joyous showing what this victory means to the people of the Parish and Fenagh people everywhere. While celebrations continued well into the night and beyond the team’s focus will turn later in the week to the next step on their journey with a first foray into the Connacht Intermediate Championship where they will play the yet to be decided Sligo champions on Nov 3rd. A huge thanks to the entire squad led by the management team of Niall Flynn, Declan Maguire, Killian McLoughlin and Frank Smith for their efforts since the beginning of the year. Thank you also to our supporters, who gave their all to help drive the players to this success.

Smith Monumentals Intermediate Championship Final – It’s still all to play for after Sundays draw. The replay is fixed for 2pm next Sunday in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. The occasion won’t be as busy as County Final day so it’s even more important that our supporters get there and cheer even louder this time around.

Congratulations – to Aughawillan on winning Sundays senior County Final. Commiserations to Mohill who played their part in an exciting game. Well done to Fenagh St Caillins clubman Patrick Guckian on a fine display of refereeing during the game.
Juvenile football – The club was represented by Seamus Flynn and Shane Hargaden at the half time mini games and in the flag parade in Pairc Sean on Sunday. Well done lads. On Saturday last our u9’s took part in the County Blitz in the Centre of Excellence and our u12’s played in the Clonguish GAA Shane Brennan tournament also on Saturday losing narrowly to the hosts in the final after drawing with Knockmore of Mayo and defeating Mountbellew Moylough from Galway.
Westlink Coaches u15 Championship – Fenagh St Caillins played Kiltubrid on Tuesday night and despite a spirited performance lost by 2.16 to 2.09 under the lights in Kiltubrid.
County Final Fundraiser Draw – This draw, which was scheduled to take place on Monday evening, has been postponed for a week due to the drawn encounter with Annaduff. There was a huge response from people in the local and surrounding areas as well as further afield and as far away as the US and Australia for which we are most grateful. There are still some boxes available if anyone hadn’t an opportunity to get one. Thank you sincerely to those who gave sponsorship towards the team in the lead up to Sunday’s game.
Church Gate Collection – The dates allocated for our annual church gate collection are Sat evening and Sunday morning next at St Mary’s Church Foxfield and Sunday morning at Gorvagh Church.
Fenagh Squash Club – Have you ever played squash? Would you like to take up a new sport for the winter months? All levels and abilities welcome. For more info contact Kieran on 0876294311 or Phil on 0863186572.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club wishes to express our sympathies to the family of the late Jim Meehan, Dromahair as well as to Dromahair GAA Club and Coiste Chontae Liatroma following his recent passing. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a ainm dílis.

Intermediate Championship Final – All roads lead to Pairc Sean MacDiarmada, Carrick on Sunday next for the Leitrim Intermediate Championship Final. Annaduff are the opposition and throw in is at 1pm. Make sure to get there early to cheer the team out onto the field and dont forget to bring your flags and banners to turn the place red and black.

County Final preparations – as preparations continue its fantastic to see people going the extra step, and some to extremes, to ensure the houses and roads around the parish are sporting our red and black colours. An array of Fenagh merchandise, flags, bunting, car flags etc are still available for purchase in Corrib Oil at Edentenny.

Team Sponsorship – if anyone is in a position to help out by way of sponsorship for the team in the lead up to Sunday’s final it would be most greatly appreciated. Please get in touch with Marie McGovern (087 6143072) if you can assist in any way.

County Final Fundraiser Draw – a fundraising draw will take place over the County Final weekend with money raised going towards the teams preparations. Prizes of €400 have been kindly sponsored by Brian Wrynn Construction and Gilheaney & Co Chartered Accountants. Entries to the draw are €20 and can be purchased online via our Klubfunder or Facebook pages or by contacting any of the Club Executive. The Draw posters are located in Quinns Bar and The Abbey Bar and you can enter there also. There will also be an opportunity to get in the draw after Mass on Saturday evening and before Mass on Sunday morning in the Parochial House. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Senior Championship Final – there will be Fenagh involvement in Sunday’s senior decider also with Patrick Guckian appointed as match referee. Best of luck to Patrick and his team of officials and also to the Mohill and Aughawillan teams.

Connacht u12 skills final – two Fenagh St Caillins teams qualified for last Friday’s final which took place in the Connacht Centre of Excellence. The Fenagh black team were Adam Reynolds, Colm McLoughlin, Calem Quinn and Killian Mulvey and the Fenagh red team were Dara Greenan, James Gilheaney, Ruairi O’Rourke and Matthew Hargaden. Both teams performed excellently in the footpassing, scoring and soloing events with the red team winning the soloing competition.

Gaeltacht Grants 2019 – Leitrim Co Board GAA in conjunction with Leitrim Co 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. 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.

Fenagh St Caillin’s U12 Skills Teams

Intermediate Championship – Fenagh St Caillins have reached this year’s Leitrim Intermediate Championship final. A powerful second-half display against a gallant Leitrim Gaels team resulted in a two-point victory and sets up a mouth-watering battle with Annaduff at 1pm on Sunday week in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada as the curtain raiser to the Aughawillan v Mohill Leitrim Senior County Final.

County Final preparations – preparations are underway both on and off the field for Sunday weeks final. While we leave the team and management to prepare for the game, we ask our supporters to make a big effort in the lead up to the game to fly the flags, banners and what ever else you can get to have the parish decked out in red and black for the next couple of weeks. An array of Fenagh merchandise, flags, bunting, car flags etc are on display and available for purchase in Corrib Oil at Edentenny.
Team Sponsorship – if anyone is in a position to help out by way of sponsorship for the team in the lead up to the 14th October showdown it would be most greatly appreciated. Please get in touch with Marie McGovern (087 6143072) if you would like to assist in any way.
County Final Fundraiser Draw – a fundraising draw will take place over the County Final weekend with money raised going towards the teams preparations. Entries to the draw are €20 and can be purchased online via our Klubfunder or Facebook pages or alternatively in the Village or by contacting any of the Club Executive. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Junior B Championship Final – this final is expected to take place on Saturday 20th October with Aughawillan the opposition.
Westlink Coaches u15 Championship – our u15’s are in action v Kiltubrid this weekend with the date and time to be confirmed. The lost out on Sunday evening last to Annaduff by 5.04 to 3.03.

Sponsored Cycle 2018 – Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club wish to acknowledge and thank sincerely all those who contributed so generously in sponsorship towards this event. Thank you to Main Sponsor – Majella and Quinn’s Bar, also to Francie Prior, Padraig Forde Powerwashing Services, Gilheany & Co, Moran’s Bikes, Padraig Flynn, Brendan Flynn Landscaping, Bricker O’Neill, Suir Engineering, Sean Gallagher Cars, Joey Smith, Cabinpac, Des Foley, John Quinn – Ashwood Veterinary Centre, Central Motors Opel, Scollan’s Gala Drumshanbo, North West Tool Hire, Margaret Wrynne – Hair Affair, Aidan Gildea and Phillip Murphy – Ardcolum Agri Stores, Trailblazers, Clara Home Catering, SuperValu Ballinamore, Jim Dalton – Ballinamore Agri Stores, Ronan Reynolds, McKiernan Architects, Miranda Burke, Smyth’s Siopa Ol, Bernie Goldrick, Denis O’Rourke, Paidh Rowley, Brendan Fitzpatrick – Leitrim Plant Hire, Sylvester Leydon – Syl’s School of Motoring, Liam McGirl, Paul Keegan – Little Star Parties, De Vino Restaurant, Reynolds Hardware Mohill, Gerry McLoughlin – Abbey Property Sales, Quinn Building Products, McDevitts Pharmacy, Baxters Centra Mohill, Sean Logan, Caillin Ellis, Ollie Honeyman, John Booth.
Cyclists – a sincere thank you also to our cyclists who raised a considerable amount of sponsorship and cycled the 100km route. They were Kieran Conefrey, Killian McLoughlin, Johnny McGovern, Niall Flynn, Noel O’Rourke, Donie McLoughlin, Noel O’Rourke, Jimmy Gilheaney, Brian McLoughlin, John Cashman, Patrick Folan, Enda Egan, TP McLoughlin and Val Hargaden and also thanks to Kay in Skerrie Rynns, Ballinaglera for the refreshments on the route. Not forgetting the lads on our stationary cycle, those on collection duty and our players and Executive Committee for their work in securing sponsorship.
Smith Monumentals Leitrim Intermediate Championship – a good victory over Kiltubrid on Saturday last sees us into the semi-final where we meet Leitrim Gaels.
Pyramid Bookmakers Junior B Championship – on Saturday next we play Leitrim Gaels in the semi-final. It throws in at 4.30pm in Ballinamore.
Westlink Coaches u15 Championship – campaign continues on Friday evening when we play Drumkeeran, away at 6.30pm. On Friday last they lost out to Sean O’Heslins 4.09 to 3.06.
U12’s in Croke Park – on Sunday next Fenagh St Caillins u12 team take to the hallowed turf of Croke Park as part of Connacht GAA Go Games Days. They play 3 games against teams from Galway and Mayo in what is a fantastic opportunity for them. If anyone is interested in attending there are still some seats left on the bus leaving Fenagh on Sunday morning. Contact Ray Greenan in 086 8524625 to book a seat.

Smith Monumental Intermediate Championship – a win over Drumkeeran, 1.06 to 0.07, in our final group game means that we now play neighbours Kiltubrid in the quarter finals. This game is fixed for Ballinamore on Saturday evening next at 5.15pm.

Westlink Coaches u15 Championship – our u15 team travelled to Bundoran on Monday evening to take on Melvin Gaels losing out by 5.11 to 7.01. Next up is Sean O’Heslins in Pairc Sean O’Laodain on Friday evening at 6.30pm.
Lotto – the results of our most recent lotto draw – the jackpot was €2800.There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were a clean sweep for Corrabarrick – Agnes Kilkenny, Bernie McLoughlin and Peter Kilkenny. Yearly ticket holder winner of €20 was Paul Flynn. Thank you to Mark and Melanie in The Abbey Bar for hosting the draw and to everyone for your continuing support.
Fenagh St Caillin’s U13 Team 2018