Leitrim Gaels GAA Club Notes 07/03/2019

Division 4 – The division 4 team start off adult football for the year on Saturday next when they take on Eslin away in Eslin at 4:30pm. Best of luck to manager Peter Goldrick and team.

Underage 13/17- The under 17 team continued their league campaign on Saturday and suffered their first loss of the league campaign against a stronger Melvin Gaels team. The under 13’s were in action on Sunday aswell. They played St Josephs and got their first win of the year.

Underage Girls – Training continues for under 10 and 12 girls on Friday evenings, at 6pm in the hall at the clubhouse. Bring runners.

National Draw – Best of luck to all that purchased tickets for the National Draw. The draw takes place this Saturday 9th March.

Leitrim Supporters Draw – The Leitrim GAA supporter’s tickets are now available from any club officer. If at all possible can you buy your ticket from a Leitrim Gaels club member as each club has their own allocation of tickets which they must sell, rather than outside the Club. The proceeds of this fundraiser will go towards the cost of preparing the Leitrim Senior team throughout the year. As usual, there is wide range of decent prizes for all members entered in the draw. You also get a car Sticker showing your support for Leitrim. Tickets are priced at €50.They can also be purchased in Mc Cormack’s Filling station.

County Team – Well done to Aidan Flynn and the Leitrim county team on another win in Division 4 beating London on Sunday in Avantcard Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada. They have now reached the final and are promoted to Division 3 in 2020. The final is Saturday 30th March in Croke Park at 3pm.

Club Gear – The club has a number of half zips various sizes available depending on size €45/€50. Contact Mark Chandler 0872695237. First come first serve basis.

Congratulations – Congratulations to John Farrell who graduated from Szent István University, Budapest as a Vet recently. The club wishes him many years of success.

Sympathy – The club wishes to express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Jimmy Stenson, Dublin Road Carrick on Shannon and Tommy McWeeney, Lismakeegan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.