Bornacoola GAA Club Notes 23/04/2018

Swan Bar Division 4 – The Juniors returned to action on Saturday evening last in Ballinamore when they took on the table toppers Sean O Heslin’s. In a game that never really got firing, the Ballinamore men ran out deserving 1-10 to 0-7 victors; however the Bors did a lot of things right and had they taken any of four excellent goal chances, the outcome might well have been different. The team on duty was Conor Hackett. Patrick Kozak, David Mulligan, Kevin Mulligan, Liam Mulligan, Mervyn Howard, Luke Jones, Liam Jones, Colm Farrell (0-1), Jonathan Duffy (0-2), Robert O Beirne, Danny Farrell, Ronan Mulligan, Cian Mallon and Kevin Shanley (0-4). Subs used were: Trevor Howard, Gearoid Mulligan and Marc Mc Keon. We return to action this weekend when Ballinaglera will be the visitors to Dromod.

Underage News – Training will continue for all age groups on Saturday mornings at 10.30 am sharp. We are asking this year if all players could be there on time as it makes it easier for coaches for setting up drills.  Please also ensure your child wears a gum shield to all training sessions.If your child has not registered please contact Suzanne Maguire on 087 3898205 as we will need everyone registered for insurance purposes.

Parish Clean Up – Next Saturday week May 5th there will be the annual clean-up of the roadsides in the Bornacoola/Dromod/Cloonturk area as part of the national Spring clean. Meeting time will be 10am at the GAA grounds and it only takes an hour or so if enough people turn up. If you have hi-vis clothing/gloves/picker bring them; if not they will be provided.

Clothes Collection – Our Annual Clothes collection will this year take place on Saturday morning, July 14th – so start gathering together your old clothes, sheets etc for collection on the day

Sympathy – Our deepest sympathies are extended to the Cox family (Cloooncolry) on the recent passing of Lorna’s husband Andrew Mc Dermott in Dublin; also to the Mc Garry family (Ballygeeher) on the passing of Angela’s brother PJ Murray in Athenry and who was laid to rest at the weekend. Ar dheis Dé go raibh siad beirt.