Covering local sports news in Glenamaddy and the surrounding areas including Kilkerrin, Clonberne, Williamstown, Glinsk and others.
Glenamaddy/Williamstown Ladies GAA
Intermediate Shield Final has been fixed for Sunday at 3 o’clock. Venue to be confirmed.
Hard luck to our U14 girls and management team who lost out to Naomh Mhuire by the narrowest of margins. This was a closely fought contest from start to finish and we complement our players and management for their huge effort put in not only on this occasion but throughout the full season.
The girls and their management team of Kenneth Comer, Nuala & Stephen Neary and Tina Caulfield have put their heart and souls into training and each game and our club are so proud of you all.
Thanks to the parents and supporters and a special word of thanks to our main sponsor PJ, Mary Fahy & Family & ECC for everything they do for our club.
Panel: Isobel Donnellan, TaylorNeary, Ciara Collins, Gemma O’Brien, Orlaith Keaveney, Laura Keaveney, Sarah Jane Trayers, Tara Tevnan, Lauren O’Regan, Emma Griffin, Tegan Neary, Katelyn Comer, Katie Raftery, Ava Fallon, Sarah O’ Neill, RachelGannon, Emer Keane, Aoibhe Brennan, Courtney Caulfield, Alanna Scappaticci, Marissa Scappaticci, Micheala Gillooly, Jean O’Boyle, Ava Duffy, Shauna Rabbitte, Chloe Mannion, Nadine Fitzmaurice, Ciara O’ Neill.
Our club hosted the U17 Challoner Trophies development blitz on Sunday last 14th Oct in Glenamaddy. GAA pitch. The prize on offer for the winners was a cup aptly named in honour of Keith Davis who was very involved in Glenamaddy/Williamstown ladies football club.
The cup was kindly sponsored by Challoner trophies. Three regional teams took part Shamrock Gaels, Eastern Harps and Northern Stars. The three teams were a credit to their clubs and their management and their footballing skills were appreciated by all in attendance.
It was fitting that the inaugural competition was won by the Eastern Harps regional team which involved players from Glenamaddy/Williamstown Club.
Mary Davis on behalf of her husband Kenneth, daughters Leanne and Kathlynn thanked all who had made this day possible, Galway Ladies county board, Geraldine Heverin, Challoner Trophies, the players and all in attendance, the management teams, the referees, and especially Glenamaddy/Williamstown Ladies Club for their preparation and attention to detail on the day.
Thanks to all who supplied food and refreshments throughout the day it was greatly appreciated by all present and a fitting tribute to Keith’s memory.
Best wishes to our Intermediate panel and management team in the Shield Final on Sunday next October 21st at 3 o’clock venue to be confirmed.
Glen Celtic AFC
Well done to our Senior team on their 3-1 win over Roscommon Town on Friday night. Scorer – Ryan McHugh. Next up is an away match to St Cuan’s on Sunday at 2pm.
A big congratulations to our U10 girls team who won their u10 Division Cup on Saturday last in Shiven.
The panel were – Katie Griffin, Nicole Kenny, Norah Joineau, Jenny Mahe, Courtney Parsons, Shauna Joyce, Caoimhe Keane, Lauren Davis, Aisling Kennedy, Ali O’Toole, Ruby McGuire, Lily Kelly, Hazel McGuire, Nuala Gilmartin, Eedue Gilmartin.
Our u16 girls came runner up in their Shield Final. Well done to all girls and their management of Mary Jo Comer, Bernard Mahe and Gerry Davis. Thanks to all parents and supporters for travelling over to Shiven and indeed for travelling everywhere with the girls during the season.
Futsal for boys and girls continues this week in Glenamaddy Community School. National School kids on Wednesday – 1st & 2nd class 6 to 7pm; 3rd & 4th class 7 to 8pm; 5th & 6th class 8 to 9om. Secondary school on Thursday – 1st, 2nd & 3rd year 6 to 7:30pm; 4th year and up 7:30 to 9pm.
A huge thanks to all who attended our hugely successful fund-raising table quiz night in Jim Petes on Friday night last. Thanks also to those who donated raffle prizes, made donations and of course to those who organised the night. We hope everyone enjoyed the night.
Kilkerrin United drew 2-2 with neighbours Shiven Rovers in Kilkerrin on Friday night but it was certainly a case of two points dropped by the home side. Kilkerrin dominated the early exchanges but couldn’t find the opening score.
In fact, it was the visitors who came closest after 20 minutes following a quick counter attack. Despite being reduced to ten players, Shiven Rovers took the lead as a corner kick was headed to the net late in the first half.
Kilkerrin regrouped at the interval and should have levelled the game early in the second half but the Shiven keeper pulled of some exceptional saves including one from a penalty kick.
Kilkerrin finally got back on terms with 20 minutes left when Aidan Kitt latched onto a Kevin Traynor pass and finished powerfully to the net. Try as they might, Kilkerrin couldn’t force a winner as Shiven held on for a share of the spoils. Next fixture is away to Ballymoe FC on Sunday at 11am.
Well done to all of the Kilkerrin United girls’ teams that played at the MWGL Finals day at Shiven Rovers Grounds on Saturday. Congratulations to the U12 girls who won the Cup and to all involved in winning the Mid-Western Girls League club of the year award.
Hard luck to the U10 & U14 girls who finished as runners-up in their respective competitions.
Congratulations also to the U11 boys who defeated Ballinagare FC 3-1 in Sunday’s RDYSL Shield Final at Lecarrow.
Despite going a goal down early on, Kilkerrin played the better football in the first half and were rewarded when Joe Mullin equalised following good approach play from the energetic Enda Keane & Dara Fahy.
Inspirational captain, Shayne Gordon pulled off some great saves in goal to keep the scores level until half time. Kilkerrin started the second half brightly with Darragh Kilmartin & Finn Hargadon commanding at the back.
Enda Keane gave Kilkerrin the lead after another good move involving Tomás Lee & Joe Mullin. Luke Walsh extended Kilkerrin’s lead with ten minutes remaining with a fine left foot finish.
Ballinagare tried everything to get back into the game but with Cathal Lee working tirelessly to hold up the ball and to close them down, they could not manage to create the chances needed and Kilkerrin held on for victory. Well done to all the players & management.
Last week’s RDFL Lotto numbers were 2, 6, 7 & 18. There was no jackpot winner. 4 match 3 winners: Moore United; Cam Celtic; Michael & Michelle Hughes, c/o Kilkerrin United; Mary Corrigan, c/o CP Ajax. Next week’s draw is for a jackpot of €15,000.
Best wishes to Cillian Halvey and his companions on their Australian adventure. Bon Voyage!!!
Kilkerrin/Clonberne Ladies Football Club
Our senior team are playing this Sunday against Kilbride from Roscommon in the Connacht semi-final. The match is in Clonberne with the throw in at 2:30. All support is welcome.
Our minor girls had a comprehensive victory over Shamrock Gaels from Sligo in the quarter final of the Connacht Championship. Final score 3:16-0:06.
They now progress to the Connacht semi-final where they will play the Leitrim champions on the weekend of the 27/28th of October. Well done to all involved. We wish a speedy recovery to Maeve Flanagan who picked up an injury during the week.
Juniors play Headford this Saturday in the shield final. Check locally for venue and time of match.
LOTTO LOTTO LOTTO
Kilkerrin/Clonberne Ladies Football Club is announcing the launch of their new lotto on Monday 29th October, with the first draw taking place on the same night. The Launch will take place in Mee’s, Kilkerrin at 8.30pm.
We would like to sincerely thank Ward Bros, Kilkerrin for sponsoring our starting jackpot of €1,500. We have draw sponsors for the win/share €50. We would also like to thank these sponsors which we will be announcing at each draw.
Our first draw sponsor is www.crushers.ie
The cost of a yearly lotto ticket is €50 and if you buy two, you get the third ticket free. Envelopes are €2 each or three envelopes for €5.
By participating in the ladies club lotto, you will be playing a huge part in supporting the clubs efforts with fundraising and assisting us in continuing to provide for all of our registered players.
Kilkerrin/Clonberne Ladies Football Club is a very successful club in terms of achievement, with teams winning a number of county and All- Ireland titles throughout the years, from underage to senior level.
We’ve also a large number of county players, which in itself is a statement of the commitment of the players and management and our club is extremely proud of them all.
So, we ask and encourage you all, family, friends and supporters, to play our lotto, so we can all help with the running costs of the club and enjoy and take pride in the achievements that our club players and management bring us.
The Lotto draws will take place Bi-Weekly.
Your support is much appreciated and we wish you good luck in the future draws.
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