RESULTS – Well done to both our U13 teams in the Barna Recycling Championship where both teams had good wins over Dromahair on Thursday last. Well done also to our U17’s who beat St. Joseph’s in their second game of the John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering Championship on Monday evening.
Hard luck to our Seniors who were beaten by Manorhamilton in the Dunnes Bar Div 1 League on Saturday evening on a score line of 0.12 to 1.18. They now play their first game of the championship against Melvin Gaels on Saturday evening in Drumshanbo.
Thursday 26th July: U13 Barna Recycling Championship (15) St. Mary’s V’s Glencar Manorhamilton at 7.30pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire.
Saturday 28th July: 2018 Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship Group 2: Melvin Gaels V’s St. Mary’s at 5.30pm in Drumshanbo.
Sunday 29th July: 2018 Pyramid Bookmakers Junior A Football Championship Grp 1: St. Mary’s V’s Kiltubrid at 12 noon in Ballinamore.
Monday 30th July: John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering U17 Championship St. Mary’s V’s Ballinamore SOH at 7pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire.
Best wishes to all teams
INTERMEDIATE LADIES – The Bornacoola/St Mary’s ladies were back in action on Sunday last in Ballinaglera as they took on Drumkeerin in their first Intermediate Championship group game and it was a winning start for the girls as they accounted for the opposition on a 5-15 to 1-9 scoreline after an entertaining hour’s football played in testing conditions as the temperature rose yet again. The girls were out of the blocks early and had three goals on the board during the first quarter which gave them a winning platform allied to very resolute defending which kept the raiding opposition at bay. Drumkeerin’s cause was not aided by an unfortunate knee injury to influential midfielder Bridget Gallagher which forced an early exit from the game and we wish her the very best in her recovery. The girls held a 4-9 to 0-6 interval lead and while the second half was very evenly contested, our ladies saw the game out to take the spoils in impressive fashion. Their next match in the group will be on the bank holiday weekend as they take on Fenagh with matches against St Francis and Mohill to follow. In action on Sunday last were: Caroline Guckian, Cora McCauley, Kathy Butler, Joanne McGushin, Enya Guckian, Lorraine Guckian, Emily Reynolds, Alison McKeon, Kasey Bruen (1-1), Sara Crowe (0-3), Aisling Leahy (2-1), Hannah Reynolds, Sarah Reynolds (1-1), Kelly Howard (1-6), Lisa Guckian (0-1), Hannah Farrell (0-2), Isabelle Chandler, Ellen Woods and Maeve Cryan.
U12 GIRLS – Best wishes to our 15 aside girls in the semi-final of the U12 competition, they play Keeldra Gaels tomorrow Tuesday 24th July at 7pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire. Our 13 aside girls finished level on points with Ballinamore and Kiltubrid and were drew in a playoff with Ballinamore to battle it out for second and third place with Kiltubrid having a bye. On Thursday 19th our girls met Ballinamore in Páirc Naomh Mhuire. It was a ferocious battle on the field with nothing between the two sides as both teams put on some fine displays of football. However, luck was on Ballinamore’s side and they took their scores very well to come away winners on the evening. We are now into the B Q-Finals, please keep an eye on facebook for further games.
Best wishes to all the girls.
UNDERAGE ACADEMY – Training will continue at St. Mary’s pitch this Saturday from 10am to 11am for U7 and U9 boys and U8, U10 & U12 girls.
LOTTO – Play our Smart Lotto on line by clicking on http://bit.ly/StMarysKiltoghert Tickets cost €2 or you can enter a yearly lotto at a discounted rate of €80 which enters you into 52 draws. The Jackpot currently stands at €10,000.
SUMMER CAMP – Our annual club summer football camp will take place for three days from Wednesday 08thto Friday 10th August from 10am-2pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire. Registration will take place on the morning. We look forward to a great few days of fun and football.
LEITRIM SENIOR TEAM MANAGEMENT – Wishing Brendan and all the outgoing Leitrim Senior team management very best wishes for the future. We really appreciate the two years of timeless dedication in which we have seen positive progress in our county football panel.