Béal an Átha Móir Seán Ó hEislin 25/09/2017
It’s not often that you would say to players to celebrate after a defeat in the semi final of a championship, but celebrate they should. At the start of the campaign if you would have said we would reach this point, with a young team that had come up from intermediate, that would have been a high bar and one that many of us would have been delighted to reach. The players and coaches have brought the club on a magnificent journey these last few months, it’s been many a year since we would have seen as many fans travelling and cheering the lads on, we as fans have enjoyed every moment of that journey, the lads have played a great brand of exciting football and have been an inspiration to the young people of the town, you only must look at the demand for club gear to see it. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the players, management and supporters, you have done the club and Ballinamore proud- hold your heads High and shoulders straight because as sure as the sun rises tomorrow you will come back stronger.
Congratulations to Glencar Manor and good luck to them in the final
The draw for the JFCA Semi Finals are as follows- Dates and times to be confirmed
Annaduff/St.Marys v Ballinamore-SOH
Carrigallen v GlencarManorhamilton
Under 17 Lads
Well done to our u17 lads who were also in action today against Fenagh
The match was played in slippery conditions with a very strong breeze. SOH had the advantage of the breeze in the first half and led 1-6 to 0-2 at half time. Unlucky to miss two good goal chances also. Fenagh came back stronger in second half and tied the game in the last couple of minutes.
Next up for the lads is a match against Melvin Gaels in the semi on Saturday at 1600 In Manorhamilton.
Team Jack Gallogley. Danny Smyth. Nathan McCartin. James Creamer. Aaron McBrien. Francis McGovern. Senan Harte. Cathal McHugh. Dara Gleeson. Dylan Beirne. Mathew Morris. James Honeyman. Sean Christy. Tom Prior. Joe Sweeney. Subs used Euan McManus. Eoin Curran.
Well done to our u12 girls who had a great semi final victory over Drumkeerin at the weekend,. The win sets the girls up for a final meeting against Aughawillan.
Team: Grainne Casey, Emma Honeyman, Kiera Masterson, Grainne Prior, Laoise Moran King, Abbi Sweeney, Mollie Murphy, Maeve Hamill, Emma McGovern (0-7), Sinead O’Neill (0-2), Ciara McGoldrick, Genevieve Canning, Aoife McCartin (1-0), Megan O’Rourke, Lily Bryne (0-1).
Subs Used: Megan McGovern, Niamh Donohoe, Sarah Hackett.
Connacht Intermediate Championship Quarter Final – Oughteragh Gaels vs Moycullen at 12.30pm on Sunday in Ballyhaunis.
A great night in the pairc on Monday as our u8 Children had their end of season party. Up to 30 children have taken part this year and hopefully they will follow the example of our special star guest on the night Dean Mcgovern, who came down to present medals to the players. Special thanks to the children, parents, mentors and Dean for making this a special year, if the excitement and noise was anything to go by we have a great future – We will be back in February so watch this space
Mens fitness session starting in Ballinamore gaa gym Wed the 27th of Sept. At 8.30pm. All fitness levels welcome.
Ladies beginners fitness class!!
Are you interested in getting fit and healthy come along to Ballinamore gaa gym Thurs at 11am and you will be introduced to our fitness session
Congratulations and best wishes to Aughnasheelin who will be in the intermediate final, hopefully they can win and we can reignite the neighbourly rivalry !!
Irish for Beginners
Irish class for complete beginners will start in Ballinamore Library on Thursday 10 October at 7.00. Admission free.
Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir den Lotto ar Dé Luan seo caite.
Duaiseanna do dhaoine a bhí i láthair ar an oíche:
House Draw Ollie Moran
Kindly sponsored : Alan Banks
€40 each – : Leo & Damien Mitchel, Drumreilly. Sean O’Donnell, Cloone. Andrew Burns, Clenaghoo. Danny Smyth, Main St
Next Weeks’ draw takes place in Priors on Monday night the Pota Oir €2700