Leitrim Senior Hurlers open up the summers championship action as they face neighbours Sligo in the 2015 Lory Meagher Cup in Ballinamore on Saturday next at 5pm in Ballinamore.

Following on their very competitive Allianz League campaign, the hurlers will be hoping for a winning start to this years championship competition. The sides met earlier this season on March 15th with the Leitrim side coming out on the right side of a thrilling 1-15 to 2-10 victory in Markievicz Park In Allianz Leagues Round 2. A repeat result will set the lads up nicely for the trip to Birmingham to play Warwickshire next weekend.

Best of luck to the Management and Team!! 

 

 

01-May-15 by Declan Bohan – PRO

Connacht SHL Round 3 match Sligo v Leitrim, due to be played tomorrow, Saturday, has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for Saturday next January 24 at 2pm in Tubercurry.

 

 

16-Jan-15 by Declan Bohan – PRO

Connacht GAA Senior League Hurling 2015

 

Section A

Round 1 

N.U.I. Galway v Athlone IT on 10/1/2015 at 14:00 in Dangan

IT Sligo v Roscommon on 10/1/2015 at 14:00 in Ballinode

Round 2

IT Sligo v N.U.I. Galway on 14/1/2015 at 19:00 in Connacht GAA Centre

Roscommon v Athlone IT on 14/1/2015 at 19:00 in Athleague

Round 3

N.U.I. Galway v Roscommon on 17/1/2015 at 14:00 in Athleague

IT Sligo v Athlone IT on 17/1/2015 at 14:00 in Connacht GAA Centre

 

Section B

Round 1

Sligo v G.M.I.T. on 3/1/2015 at 14:00 in Tourlestrane

Leitrim v Mayo on 3/1/2015 at 14:00 in Ballinamore

Round 2

Mayo v Sligo on 10/1/2015 at 14:00 in James Stephens Park, Ballina

Leitrim v G.M.I.T. on 10/1/2015 at 14:00 in Ballinamore

Round 3

G.M.I.T. v Mayo on 17/1/2015 at 14:00 in Connacht GAA Centre

Sligo v Leitrim on 17/1/2015 at 14:00 in Tubbercurry

 

 

17-Dec-14 by Leitrim GAA

Scór na nÓg County Final Results

 

The County Finals took place last Sunday 14th December in The Bee Park, Manorhamilton. Naomh Muires Laura Crossan did an excellent job hosting the afternoon’s competition as Bean an Tí.

The county finalists took to the stage to give their best polished performance to an eager audience and most importantly the judges from Longford. The level of competition was very tight among the Leitrim clubs, performances displayed a lot of time and energy was spent by the competitors to make their county final showcase memorable.

Medals were proudly presented to the winners by incoming Chairperson of Connacht Scór Gerry Mc Govern.

St Marys club were awarded the Cormac MacGiolla Shield for Club na Bliana. It was presented by Ailbhe McGill to Laura Crossan, Oifigeach Cultuir/Teanga for Naomh Muire.

 

The Leitrim County Champions are as follows:

 

Rince Foirne: Naomh Muire

Amhranaíocht Aonair: Kathy McLoughlin, Leitrim Gaels

Ceol Uirlise: Leitrim Gaels

Aithriseoireacht: Sarah Mc Weeney, Aughnasheelin

Bailéad Ghrúpa: Leitrim Gaels

Trath na gCeist: Bornacoola

Leiriú: No Compeditors

Rince Seit: No Compeditors

 

Club of the Year – St Mary’s

 

The Connacht Final will be held on January 17th in Claremorris, details to follow in the New Year.

Wishing all of the clubs the very best of Luck.

 

 

15-Dec-14 by Claire Crossan – PRO – Scor

While most supporters are concentrating on our Under 21 footballers playing in the Connacht Final tomorrow against Roscommon, dont forget that our Senior hurlers are in action in the Allianz Hurling League Division 3B final against Tyrone in Markievicz Park at 3.45pm. You can read John Lynchs article on Shannonside or listen to an interview with Leitrim team Manager Martin Cunniffe about the big game. Seeing is believing.

 

 

04-Apr-14 by Leitrim GAA

Saturday 22 march 2014

Due to a flight delay at Warwickshire end, Leitrim v Warwickshire changed from Ballinamore to 3G pitch Cavan at 6.30pm.

 

 

22-Mar-14 by Leitrim GAA

Connacht Táin league –
In the Connacht Tain league Carrick hurling looked like they could reach the semi final by beating Bellmullet last Friday night but unfortunately in the dying seconds of the game Belmullet were given a life line when they were awarded a dubious penalty.  The final score saw Carrick going down by a point on a scoreline of 0.11 to 1.09.  Cluainin Iomaint were waiting on this scoreline with bated breath and were more than happy with this result as a win in their game would have sealed the semi final spot for them on Scóring difference.  Unfortunately Western Gaels could not field a team last Saturday and at the time of going to print it looks like Western Gaels will be awarding Cluainin a walk over which means that Cluainin, Carrick and Belmullet will be level on points. If a walk over is given then Scóring difference will not come into play and a three way play off will determine who plays against Castlebar Mitchels in the semi final.  In the other group of the Tain league Ballinamore were unable to play Sylane.
 
Under 16 Sligo league –
Cluainin Iomaint under 16stravelled to Western Gaels in Sligo last wednesday and won on a scoreline of 3.13 to 1.02. Matthew Kerrigan, Andrew Loughlin, Cian Killalea and captain Kieran McPartland worked hard in defence while Christopher Ferguson and Stephen Loughlin commanded midfield Scóring 1.03 between them. Martin Feeney, Damon Beattie, Fergus Munday and Luke Sheirdan created a lot of trouble in the forwards. Damon Beattie finished the match Scóring a massive 1.07. Daithi Cummins and Ferghal Ryan made their debuts for the hurlers and showed great promise. Team and scorers – Peter Poniard, Matthew Kerrigan, Andrew Loughlin, Cian Killalea, Kiernan McPartland (Cpatain) (0.01), Christopher Ferguson (0.02), Stephen Loughlin (1.01), Martin Feeney (0.02), Damon Beattie (1.07) Luke Sheirdan (1.00), Fergus Munday (0.01), Daithi Cummins, Ferghal Rooney.

Cluainin Iomaint under 16s play Coolera/Strandhill this Wednesday at 6.30pm at Ransboro pitch in Round 2 of the Sligo League.

 

 

08-Apr-13 by Micheal Dolan – Hurling PRO

Please note change of venue for the Allianz Hurling League Roinn 3B fixture, Liatroim v An Longfort, which will now be played in Ballinamore this Sunday 10/3/13 at 12.45pm

Fixture Details

10.03.2013 (Sunday)
Allianz Hurling League Roinn 3B
Round 1
Ballinamore 12:45 Liatroim v An Longfort
Referee: James Clarke (An Cabhán)

 

 

07-Mar-13 by Colette Fox – PRO

County under 21 hurling

Leitrim play Sligo August 1st in Pairc Sean at 7pm. Leitrim should be quietly confident with many of their team playing on the senior team this year as they hope to beat their neighbours Wednesday week. All support welcome. 

Connacht under 16 hurling Development Squad

Well done to Cluainin Iomaints Karl McDermott, Ethan Clancy and Alan McSharry who represented Leitrim on the Connacht under 16 team who played Ulster recently. Karl McDermott lined out at mid field while Ethan Clancy played corner back and Alan McSharry played corner forward.

 

 

 

01-Aug-12 by Micheal Dolan Hurling PRO

Leitrim U14 Development Squad

The Leitrim U14 Development Squad took part in the Inter County Hurling Blitz in Carnmore, Galway last Saturday. The team played teams from Sligo, Mayo and Roscommon and with only 15 lads they battled hard and never gave up with excellent displays from Desmond Beirne, Lee Mc Manus, Andrew Loughlin, Stephen Loughlin and Damien Crave. 

The Leitrim U14 Development Squad – Stephen Loughlin, Andrew Loughlin, Peter Poniard, Patrick Mc Tiernan, Keelan Keerins, Conor Gallagher, Darragh Murphy, James Hamilton, Damien Craven, Stephen Flynn, Aaron Hore, Lee Mc Manus, Dessie Beirne, Mark Diffley, Shane Beirne.  

Leitrim Hurling Senior League

So far Gortletteragh, Carrick and Cluainín Iomaint have all won a game each.  Carrick beat Cluainín well in the most recent game to keep alive their chances of reaching the final.  Games yet to be played are Cluainín and Gortletteragh at home and away while Gortletteragh will also have to play their final game against Carrick. 

Dermot Molloy League (Sligo Hurling League)

Cluainín Iomaint completed their involvement in the Sligo Hurling League last week by topping the table for the first time.  Unusually, they had to play a “play off” game against Coolera/Strandhill last Sunday due to the top 5 teams being level on points.  Cluainín already beat Coolera/Strandhill during the league but were “drawn out of a hat” to play again.  It an exciting game where either team could have won, the Sligo side overcame the Manorhamilton men on a scoreline of 1.10 to 0.07. The Manor men were left to dwell on many missed chances where they should have taken their points during the game.  But the Leitrim club can be happy knowing that they raised many eye brows by finishing top of the Sligo Hurling League for 2012.  Cluainín travel to Thurles on Friday week to take part in the Thurles Sarsfields International Hurling Tournament.  We wish them well as they represent Leitrim. 

Feile

We wish Paddy O Connor and Ballinamore the very best in this years Hurling Feile in Dublin.

 

 

03-Jul-12 by Micheal Dolan Hurling PRO

Hurling News Week beginning 27th March 2012

Táin League Fixtures for Saturday 3rd March –

Division 4A

St. Marys travel to Killyclogher(Omagh) to play Cappagh Gaels of Tyrone and Cluainin Iomaint will play Wolf Tones of Longford.

Division 5A

This Friday Ballinamore have a home game against Carrickmacross of Monaghan at 9pm. Venue yet to be confirmed.

 

 

 

27-Feb-12 by Micheal Dolan Hurling PRO

The Lory Meagher Round 1 Draw is as follows:

(first team listed has home venue)

Leitrim v Tyrone

Fermanagh v Longford

Warwickshire Bye



 

 

14-Nov-11 by Colette Fox – PRO