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GLENAMADDY and DISTRICT Sports Notes (Tuesday, 28th August 2018)

Covering local sports news in Glenamaddy and the surrounding areas including Kilkerrin and others.

 

GLENAMADDY/WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES GAA 

Best of luck to Intermediate players and Management who play Clonbur in Second Round of Championship next Friday night 31 Aug in Glenamaddy GAA Pitch. Intermediate training continues on Wednesday at 7:30pm in G. C.S pitch.

Under 14 play St Furseys away in the championship but time date not confirmed. Under 16 play Caltra in shield final. No date confirmed yet. Best wishes to all our members returning to school this week.

 

GLEN CELTIC AFC 

The first Senior League match of the Season takes place on Friday evening against Cloonfad United B at 8pm in Glenamaddy.  Any player not yet registered forms will be available on Friday night.  All new players will be very welcome.  If you can support the lads on their first game please do come along.

There are a limited number of Glen Celtic zip tops available to purchase – child and adult sizes.  Contact any club member if interested.

Good luck to Conor Raftery and the Galway Minors in the All Ireland final on Sunday

 

Details of upcoming and recent events will be online at 4.30pm every Tuesday.   

If your club or society has any information you want to share, please contact sport@www.galwaydaily.com with news/results/reports/events/pictures etc.  You name it, we want it!  And anything received before 10pm the previous Monday night will be included.

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