Well done to our junior men’s team who had a thrilling win over Cloonacool on Sunday. In scorching heat the game was highly exciting and a strong last 10 minutes saw us win by three points on a scoreline of 2-11 to 1-11. It was a gutsy team performance with impressive performances all over the pitch. We will now play a relegation play-off match, with date and opposition to be confirmed.
Team: Shane Mallee, Fionn O’Hehir, James O’Hehir, Johnny Stewart, Niall Campbell, Shane Muldowney, Garry O’Hehir, Jay Cox, Cormac Niland, Eamon Flynn, Jack Keegan, Patrick Maher, Jimmy Monaghan, Dermot O’Connor, Paul Moore
Well done to our U16 Girls team who beat Owenmore Gaels in Division 2 of the league. Three goals gave us the victory on a scoreline of 3-5 to 0-4.
Both of our U11 Boys teams continued their impressive form with victories over neighbours St. Johns. A lot of brilliant performances as always with this group, mixing top skills and hard work all while playing with a smile on their faces!
Our U7 Boys made their playing debuts last week against Shamrock Gaels. Well done to Brían O’Donnell who demonstrated great leadership and gave the boys fantastic encouragement and support. Watch out for this team of fire crackers who showed great teamwork and defiance!
It was a proud week for the club as we had several county representatives on multiple county teams. Sisters Aoife and Ciara Gilroy were on the Sligo Ladies Senior Team that were narrowly beaten by Westmeath 2-12 to 2-10. Kayla Breheny, Helen Monaghan, Casey Cox, Hannah Burrows, Cianna Ruddy, and Tara Una McGarry were all on the U18 Ladies team that were beaten by Galway in round 2 of the Connacht Championship. Dylan Streete, Connor Flynn and Shea O’Neill played for Sligo U16 Boys, James Cronin, Clyde Regan, Eli Rooney and Matthew Mulholland played for the U15 Boys, and Odhran Buckley, Patrick Brady, Roghan O’Neill, Conor Murray, and coach Gary O’Hehir, represented Sligo U14’s in the Connacht Centre of excellence. Well done to all!