Fenagh St Caillins Annual Cycle – the clubs annual cycle took place on Saturday last. Their route took them via Aghacashel to Drumshanbo, on to Balinaglera where they had refreshments in Skerrie Rynns, next into Dowra, across to Drumkeeran down to Leitrim Village and back home via Keshcarrigan, a trip of 100km. From before the group of cyclists left until after their return the crew back in Fenagh Village kept the wheels turning on the ‘stationary’ bike and the support team on the road all worked hard to make the fundraising effort a great sucess. A sincere thank you to everyone who took part in the event. A special thank you to our main sponsor Majella and Quinn’s Bar, to our other major sponsor’s Hubie Reynolds Tarmac and Gilheaney & Co. Chartered Accountants. Also thank you to all our other sponsors both locally and further afield who gave so generously. All our returning cyclists and road crews received a meal kindly sponsored by Tommie and Fionnuala Smith @ CLaRA Home Catering. Thank you to the numerous donators who contributed to our collection on the day, indeed we were shocked and heartened by the amounts donated. Your support is kindly appreciated.
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Smith Monumentals Leitrim Intermediate Championship – after a break last weekend the team returns to action on Saturday evening next with Leitrim Gaels the opposition. This game throws in at 6.30pm in Cloone.
Pyramid Bookmakers Junior B Championship – our Junior team take on Balinaglera on Sunday next in Ballinamore at 1.30pm.
John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – our u17’s were defeated by Allen Gaels on Monday evening last 3.12 to 2.10 in their final game of the campaign.
Barna Recycling u13 Championship – on Thursday evening our u13’s play Sean O’Heslins in Ballinamore at 7.00pm. They narrowly lost out to Gortletteragh last Thursday by 0.13 to 3.05.
Well Done – to all the leaving certificate students who received their results recently.