St Mary’s Kiltoghert GAA Club Notes 11/09/2018
RESULTS – Well done to our Seniors who beat Bornacoola on Saturday evening in the last game of their group. They now play Gortletteragh in the Quarter Finals of the Championship on Sunday afternoon in Ballinamore. Well done to our U13 Reserve team who have reached the Reserve Championship Final after beating Leitrim Gaels on Friday evening. They now play Mohill in the final on Friday evening. Hard luck to our U15’s who were beaten by Allen Gaels on a wet evening in Drumshanbo on Monday
Friday 14th September: 2018 Barna Recycling U13 Reserve Championship: St. Mary’s V’s Mohill at 6.30pm in Páirc Seán.
2018 Westlink Coaches Under 15 (15) Championship Round 3 St. Mary’s V’s Glencar Manorhamilton at 6.30pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire
Sunday 16th September: 2018 Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship Quarter Final St. Mary’s V’s Gortletteragh at 1.30pm in Ballinamore
Please come out and support and very best wishes to all teams.
INTERMEDIATE LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINAL – The Ladies’ season concluded on Sunday last as they fell at the semi-final stage of the championship in Annaduff with their opponents, Mohill, recording a 4-8 to 1-8 victory and thus they claimed their place in this year’s decider with St Francis. Out of the blocks early, our girls had 1-1 on the board as a Hannah Farrell goal and a Kelly Howard point had them into their stride. As the half wore on Mohill came more into it and had taken the lead by the end of the first quarter. Aisling Leahy with a pointed free and two Hannah Farrell points from play put our girls back in control. A Mohill purple patch just before the interval which saw them register 2-4 without reply proved to be our girls undoing as the teams entered the break on a scoreline of St/Mary’s/Bornacoola 1-4 Mohill 3-6. A fourth Mohill goal early in the second half left the mountain steeper to climb, but to the girls’ credit they fought on gamely despite the odds stacked against them. Three Aisling Leahy points and one from Sarah Reynolds was to be their only reward in this half hour and while the defence worked extremely hard to hold the Mohill attack to 1-2 across this period of play, the winners had done enough to edge the battle and we congratulate them on their win and wish them the very best of luck in the upcoming decider with championship favourites, St Francis. While the girls’ season has ended we have to compliment the girls for their overall dedication towards training and matches since last February. They claimed the Division 3 League title in July and have made great progress in their step up from winning the Junior Championship last year. They played eleven competitive matches over the season across the league and championship, winning eight and losing in just three. So, hold your heads high and look forward to building on this in 2019 girls! On duty on Sunday last were: Kathy Butler, Cora McCauley, Jasmine Maye, Hannah Reynolds, Enya Guckian, Lorraine Guckian, Emily Reynolds, Kasey Bruen, Alison McKeon, Aisling Leahy (0-4). Sara Crowe, Rachel McGarry, Sarah Reynolds (0-1), Kelly Howard (0-1), Hannah Farrell (1-2), Lauren Hackett, Joanne McGushin, Lisa Guckian, Isabelle Chandler, Ellen Woods, Caroline Guckian and Hannah Bird.
UNDERAGE ACADEMY – Training will continue at St. Mary’s pitch this Saturday from 10am to 11am for U7 and U9 boys and U8, U10 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.
GARY THE UNDERDOG – Wishing St. Mary’s senior player Gary O’Daly very best wishes as he takes part in TG4’s legendary GAA series ‘Underdogs’. Ten years on from the last series of Underdogs, the show kicked off on TG4 last Thursday night and will continue this Thursday on TG4 at 9.30pm.