Smith Monumentals Leitrim Intermediate Championship – the lads made it two wins from two with victory over Cloone on Saturday last. Final score was Fenagh St Caillins 0.18, Cloone 3.04. The next game is in Cloone at 7pm on Saturday next and the opposition is Aughavas. Best of luck.

Pyramid Bookmakers Junior B Championship – our second team began their campaign on Sunday evening last and came out on top after a tough encounter with Aughawillan on a scoreline of 3.05 to 0.13. Well done to them and a special mention to Killian McLoughlin who returned to Junior football after a gap of 35 years!

John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – on Monday last the team were defeated by St Joseph’s by 4.15 to 0.14. On Monday next 13 August they play St Mary’s in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7.30pm.

Barna Recycling u13 Championship – Fenagh were defeated by St Brigid’s on Friday evening last on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 1.08, St Brigids 4.15. This Thursday 9th August they travel to play Drumkeeran with throw in at 7.30pm.

Annual Cycle – on Saturday 18th August this year Fenagh St Caillins are holding our annual cycle. This years event will commence and finish in Fenagh with two route options, 100km and 50km. Further details are available from event coordinator Jimmy Gilheaney. Sincere thank you to Majella Hunt and family of Quinn’s Bar, Fenagh who are the main sponsor for this years cycle.

Lotto – the results of our most recent lotto draw are. The jackpot was €2700. Numbers drawn were 1 6 3 4 5 7 8 2. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were – Padraic Guckian, Sean & Bridgie Smith and Francie Prior. Yearly ticket holder winner of €20 was Laura Reynolds. Thank you for your continuing support.


Smith Monumentals Leitrim Intermediate Championship – the eagerly awaited intermediate c’ship commences this weekend with Fenagh St Caillins v Balinaglera in Ballinamore at 7pm on Saturday. Best of luck to the players and management. Lets all get out and make a big effort to support them during their campaign. The league game v Aughawillan, which was due to take place on Saturday evening last, was postponed as a mark of respect to the late Oliver Plunkett, Aughawillan Gaa Club President who passed away. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – on Monday next 30th July our u17’s take on Drumkeeran away with a 7.30pm throw in.

Barna Recycling u13 Championship – Fenagh overcame neighbours Kiltubrid on Thursday evening last winning 5.10 to 2.04. On next Thursday they travel to take on Melvin Gaels. This game takes place in St Osnatts pitch at 7.30pm.
Annual Cycle – on Saturday 18th August this year Fenagh St Caillins are holding our annual cycle. This years event will commence and finish in Fenagh with two route options, 100km and 50km. Further details are available from event coordinator Jimmy Gilheaney. Sincere thank you to Majella Hunt and family of Quinn’s Bar, Fenagh who are the main sponsor for this years cycle.
Lotto – the results of our most recent lotto draw are. The jackpot was €2650. Numbers drawn were 7 4 6 2 8 3 5 1. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were – Kevin Doonan, Claire Concannon and Pat Ellis. Yearly ticket holder winner of €20 was Patricia McLoughlin, Fenagh Beg. Thank you for your continuing support.

Dunnes Bar Div 1 League – wins over Drumkeeran midweek, 1.10 to 0.12 and Aughnasheelin at the weekend, 2.15 to  0.10 leave the team in a great position, third in the league with two games remaining. The penultimate league game is scheduled for this Saturday when we host Aughawillan in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7pm.

John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – on Tuesday 17th July we host Leitrim Gaels in Pairc Sean O’Laodain with a 7.30pm throw-in.
Barna Recycling u13 Championship – in the first game last week we came out on top after a tough battle with Allen Gaels, winning 2.09 to 1.10. On Thursday 19th July we host Kiltubrid with a 7.30pm start.
Well done – to the girls from Fenagh who represented Ballinamore Community Games U12’s reaching the Connacht final only to lose after extra time. They were Avril Hargaden, Katie and Leah Guckian and Kate Conefrey.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins GAA Club wishes to express our sympathies to the family and friends of Colm Costello, Killaneen, who passed away recently.

Dunnes Bar Div 1 League – on Saturday evening the team travelled to Kinlough and took on Melvin Gaels. Never an easy task but they braved the battle and with the help of a late penalty save from Paul Gill they came out on top on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 3.07, Melvin Gaels 1.10. On Wednesday evening they host Drumkeeran in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 8pm and on Saturday evening they travel to play Aughnasheelin with a 7pm throw in.

John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – Fenagh St Caillins campaign commenced on Monday evening with a defeat to Sean O’Heslins on a scoreline of 7.15 to 5.08. On Monday next they play Leitrim Gaels in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7pm.
Barna Recycling u13 Championship – this commences on Thursday 12th July with Fenagh St Caillins away to Allen Gaels at 7pm.
Annual Cycle – on Saturday 18th August this year Fenagh St Caillins are holding our annual cycle. This years event will commence and finish in Fenagh with two route options, 100km and 50km. In preparation for the cycle anyone interested is invited to take part in a training cycle of approx 30km on Sunday morning next commencing at Fenagh National School at 9am. Further details are available from event coordinator Jimmy Gilheaney.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club wish to express our sympathies to the Quinn family, Fenagh on the passing of Loretta Quinn and to the Deane, McGirl and Leydon families on the passing of Geraldine Deane. May they rest in peace.

Longford Leitrim League – Congratulations to Fenagh St Caillins u12 team who were victorious over Carrick Sarsfields from Longford in the Diarmuid McKiernan/Paddy Collum Cup final played in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada on Thursday evening last. A game played in scorching conditions, it kept the supporters on the edge of their seats right to the end with the Fenagh lads never giving up and they were rewarded for their efforts with a goal close to the full time whistle which proved the winner. Final score Fenagh St Caillins 3.14, Carrick Sarsfields 3.12. Captain Adam Reynolds was presented with the Cup by Leitrim Bord na nOg Chairman Gerry Gallogly.

Feile Peil na nOg 2018 – on Friday afternoon Fenagh St Caillins u14 team departed by bus headed for Belfast to be the 5th team to represent the club and the county at Feile Peil na nOg. It was a trip into the unknown for the team and mentors but soon after their arrival to the fantastic Bredagh Gaa facilities in the heart of Belfast they got into their stride and despite having to compete at 15 a side with only 16 players they had fantastic wins over the host club and then the Scotland team. After this, they travelled to the home of their host team for the weekend, St Colman’s Gac, Drumaness, Co Down. From their arrival until they departed Drumaness at midday Sunday every player, the mentors and the travelling entourage of parents, family, and friends were treated beyond any expectations by the most generous of hosts. Food, drinks and even transport for late night revellers was laid on by the host club throughout the weekend. Back to matters on the field and on Saturday morning the Fenagh boys had to play their hosts St Colman’s to decide who would compete in the cup or shield quarter-final later in the day. Once again the Fenagh lads played some magnificent football and won to ensure qualification for the cup quarter-final as group winners. Granard/Ballymore from Longford were the quarter final opponents but this encounter proved too much for the lads who again gave it their all but lost out to a very talented Granard/Ballymore team who would go on to win out the division in Sunday’s final. Later on Saturday evening, the team took part in the Feile parade through the streets of the picturesque town of Newcastle, Co Down. All the lads represented the club impeccably during the trip and made new friends and had an experience that they will hopefully remember for a lifetime. Sincerest thanks to the members of St Colman’s Drumaness GAA Club for their work in making the weekend a memorable one for everyone who travelled.
Leitrim teams – there were mixed fortunes for the Leitrim teams at the weekend with the minors enjoying victory over Sligo in the Connacht minor championship however the senior team bowed out of the All Ireland campaign after defeat to Monaghan. Well done to the Fenagh St Caillins representatives and great to see another Fenagh man debut for the Leitrim senior team with Jack Gilheaney coming on in the second half.
Swan Bar League Div 3 – the weekends game v Eslin didn’t go ahead on Sunday morning last.
Dunnes Bar Div 1 League – Fenagh St Caillins travel to Kinlough on Saturday evening next to play Melvin Gaels with a 7pm throw in. On Wednesday 11th July they play Drumkeeran in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 8pm.
Newtowngore Engineering u17 C’ship – the campaign begins on Monday evening next with Fenagh St Caillins v Sean O’Heslins in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7pm.

All Ireland Qualifiers – congrats to the Leitrim team who defeated Louth in last weekend’s clash. Fenagh St Caillins players Donal Wrynn and Ryan O’Rourke starred in the game and Jack Gilheaney has also recently joined the squad. Their reward for winning is a home game against Monaghan on Saturday afternoon next in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. Best of luck.

Longford Leitrim League – our u12 footballers defeated Glencar Manorhamilton in the semi-final of the Diarmuid McKiernan/Paddy Collum Cup and they now meet Carrick Sarsfields in the final which takes on Thursday evening 28th June at 7.45pm in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. Good luck lads.
Feile Peil na nOg – our u14 boys travel up North on Friday to represent Leitrim in this years Feile Peil na nOg. On Friday evening they play 2 games in Belfast against Bredagh from Co Down and against Scotland. Our boys are being hosted in Co Down by the St Colman’s Drumaness GAA Club who they play on Saturday morning in Drumaness, Co Down. They then play in either the cup or shield quarterfinal at the St John’s GAA Club in Co Down. Hopefully, they go on to compete in the semi-finals and final on Sunday which will be held in Clonduff GAA Club, Co Down. Best wishes to the team, their mentors, families and supporters making the trip North.
Celtic Challenge – well done to Fenagh St Caillins Fergal McLoughlin who has featured for the Leitrim u17 hurlers in this year’s Celtic Challenge Cup campaign.
A date for your diary – on Saturday 18th August this year Fenagh St Caillins are holding our annual cycle. This years event will commence and finish in Fenagh with two route options, 100km and 50km. So dust down your bikes and avail of the good weather to get out for some training. Further details to follow.
Sympathies – Fenagh St Caillins Gaa Club express our sympathies to the family of the late Mona Cafferty, Drumlowan, Gorvagh who passed away recently. Also to the Kennedy family, Mohill following the death of Mary Kennedy this week. May they rest in peace.

All Ireland Qualifiers – good luck to the Leitrim team who take on Louth on Sat evening next in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. The curtain-raiser to this game is the Connacht minor championship game between Leitrim and Roscommon which throws in at 5pm. Best of luck to Fenagh’s Donal Wrynn and Ryan O’Rourke in the senior game and Conall McGovern, Tom McKeon and Owen McLoughlin in the minor game.

Swan Bar League Div 3 – we received a walkover from Glencar Manorhamilton in last weekend’s scheduled game. On Sunday next we travel to play Drumkeeran with a 12pm throw in.

Longford Leitrim League – our u12 team defeated Granard/Ballymore on Thursday last and are now in the semi final where they play Glencar Manorhamilton away on Tuesday 19th June at 7pm.
Lotto results – results from our recent lotto draw were, jackpot €2550, numbers drawn were 6 8 7 5 1 3 2 4, no winner. €20 winners were Oliver Rudel, Avril McGovern, Mickey Healy. Yearly ticket holder €20 winner was Brian Wrynn. Thank you for your continuing support.

Dunnes Bar Div 1 League – we hosted Leitrim Gaels on Sunday morning last in Pairc Sean O’Laodain. The game ended level 8pts each.

Westlink Coaches u15 League – our u15’s travelled to Kinlough on Friday evening to play Melvin Gaels in the 13 a side Shield Final. In a close encounter, the lads had their noses in front at the end claiming the Shield on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 4.09, Melvin Gaels 3.11. Well done lads.
Esquires Longford Leitrim u12 League – our u12’s began this year’s competition with a trip to Dromahair on Thursday evening and beat the hosts by 4.11 to 2.08. On Thursday this week, we host Carrick Sarsfields from Longford in Pairc Sean O’Laodain with a 7.30pm start.
Cumann na mBunscol – the boys from St Caillins National School play in the Division 2 final on Tuesday 5th June in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. The opposition is Ballinamore and throw in is at 5pm.
Good luck – to all those starting Leaving Cert and Junior Cert exams this week.
Thank you – thanks to everyone for your support in our recent fundraising events for our juvenile teams. Both the ‘Guess the Score’ and ‘Car Wash’ events were really well supported by everyone in the parish and beyond. Thanks also to all who gave their time to help out with the running of these events.

Dunnes Bar Div 1 League – We hosted Glencar Manorhamilton in Pairc Sean O’Laodain on Saturday evening last in a game which gave our lads a taste of the level that’s required to compete at the top end of the division. Manor ran out winners on a scoreline of 2.22 to 0.10.

Swan Bar League Div 3 – We travel to Carrigallen on Sunday next for the next round of the league, throw in is at 12pm.

Westlink Coaches u15 League – There were mixed fortunes for our u15 team over the past week. They recorded their first victory of the campaign in Drumkeeran on Wednesday last winning 4.13 to 2.04. On Monday last they were defeated by the top team in the group, Dromahair by 4.14 to 3.06.

Juvenile football – Fenagh St Caillins u12 team travelled to Aughnacliffe on Saturday last to take part in the Colmcille GAA annual tournament. They played teams from Longford, Cavan and Leitrim in the 16 team event qualifying for the tournament final where they defeated Mullahoran to take the cup. Congrats to them and thank you to Colmcille GAA Club for the invitation and hosting a great event. On Monday evening our u11’s were hosted by Bornacoola GAA Club in the first blitz of the year and the team gave a very good account of themselves. Well done to Fenagh u10 girls team who enjoyed a successful trip to play in the Connacht Gaa Centre of Excellence on Saturday last.

Lotto – he lotto draw took place on Sunday night last in Quinns Bar. The jackpot was €2500. Numbers drawn were 4 1 8 2 3 7 5 6. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were Catherine McGovern, Dáire McKiernan and Calem Quinn. Yearly ticket holder winner of €20 was ROCA McLoughlin. Thank you for your continuing support.

 

Results – the Dunnes Bar Div 1 League resumed on Saturday evening last. Fenagh St Caillins took on Mohill in Pairc Philib Mhic Aongusa and the Fenagh lads produced a really strong performance to beat the hosts running out 2.13 to 1.11 winners. On Sunday morning in the Swan Bar League Div 3 Fenagh St Caillins travelled to take on Gortletteragh and got back to winning ways with a 5.15 to 2.12 victory. On Thursday last in the Westlink Coaches u15 League we hosted Melvin Gaels in Pairc Sean O’Laodain and an entertaining game ended all square on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 3.13, Melvin Gaels 4.10.

Fixtures – on Saturday next in the Dunnes Bar Div League we host Glencar Manorhamilton in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7pm. On this Thursday 17th our u15’s travel to take on Drumkeeran in the Westlink Coaches League and on Monday 21st they host Dromahair in their final league fixture. Both these games throw in at 7.30pm. Fenagh NS boys team are away to Drumcong NS in Kiltubrid on Tuesday 15th at 6pm and they host Drumlease NS in Pairc Sean O’Laodain on Thursday next.