Club News‎ > ‎

News Update 11/4/16

posted 12 Apr 2016, 13:44 by Moneygall GAA
Senior: Our county championship match against Carrick Swans was postponed last Sunday due to an unplayable pitch and has now been rescheduled for this Sunday, when it will be played in Annacarty at 6.30pm. In the Challenge Cup, we have been drawn away to Killenaule in the quarter finals of the Dr Fogarty Cup.

Junior: Our juniors are due to begin the North League with a home game against Ballinahinch this Sunday (fixture to be confirmed).

Minor: Our football match against Kildangan, due to be played last Wednesday night, was postponed. This week we have a bye in the competition.

Under 16: Moneygall/Clonakenny were beaten by Burgess by 3-7 to 1-9 in our first match in the football championship last week. We then played Borrisokane on Monday 11th, losing out by 2-10 to 1-4. We also have a match against Silvermines to be rescheduled.

Under 14: We were beaten by Lorrha Rovers in our first game in the football championship last Tuesday night. We are due to play Portroe in our next game this Wednesday evening in Portroe.

Under 12: Both of our football teams are expected to be in quarter final action this weekend. Fixture details will be posted on this website when known.

Under 10s & 8s: Our U10 and U8 teams visited Puckane last Saturday week where there was some great hurling on show. Thanks to Kildangan for hosting the matches.

Little All Stars: Our Little All Stars group had their first get-together of the year last Wednesday evening. This group is open to all five and six year olds and will continue to meet for fun and games every Wednesday at 6.30pm. New members are always welcome.

Easter Camp: 38 children took part in our recent Easter Camp. The three days were very enjoyable with great weather aswell. Thanks to all the children who attended, thanks to Tadhg O’Connor and all the coaches, and thanks to Tomás Kenneally for being available each day.

History of Hurling: Dunkerrin History Society will host a presentation by Seamus King on ‘The History of Hurling before 1884’ in Obama Plaza this Thursday evening at 8.30pm. Admission is €5 (free for History Society members), and all are welcome.

First Aid Course: Our club wishes to thank Ollie Hayes for running a superb First Aid Course over the last six weeks. Well done also to all the participants.

Strictly Come Dancing: Moneygall GAA plans to run Strictly Come Dancing in the early Autumn. We will soon be looking for dancers, further details to follow in the coming weeks.

Stewarding: Thanks to all who stewarded at the Loughmore-Castleiney v Borrisokane match on Saturday night. Mick Sullivan had the field in great condition considering the weather.

Lotto: Our jackpot has now reached €8600.  You can buy your tickets for just €2 each through the Club Lotto section of this site. Many thanks to all our lotto players and promoters for your continued support.