(English) Clann na nGael Notes

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Under 14 Boys County Final
Clann na nGael 4-13 St. Brigid’s 4-7
The Clann na nGael u-14 team took on St Brigids in the county final on Friday evening last in Knockcroghery. This was the fourth meeting of the 2 sides this year and it was no surprise that both sides went in level at the break. Brigids came out Strong after the break , but Clann recovered well and goals from Shane Lacey, Jamie Fahy and Neale Conway set Clann up for a hard fought 6 points win. This game was a great advertisement for Roscommon Football and with players like these young lads coming through the future is very rosy for the primrose and blue.
U-14 panel: Shane Scally, Gary Nicholson, Gary Mannion, Arran O’Reilly, Jack Connaughton, Martin Flannery, Kieran Connaughton, Cillian Bannon, Neale Conway, Jamie Fahy, Cian Mc Manus, David Connaughton, Jamie McBride, Cathal Callinan, Fergal Lennon, Dylan Colgan, Shane Lacey, Sean Mc Manus, Sean Kenny, Connor Lennon, Mark Shine, David Griffin, Luke Dolan, Eoin Hannon, Darragh Lennon, Brandon Ryan, Evin Cunnuiffe, Dylan Earle, Declan Nugent, Dean Tobin, Colm Johnson, David Ward, Sean Mc Manus, Jonathon Murray, Ian Wall Ronan Mc Alary.

Under 10 Boys
Clann U-10’s have played two games so far in the Tormey Solicitors U-10 league against Padraig Pearses and Mountbellew in recent weeks. On both evenings all players involved gave good performances. The next game is against Ballinasloe and they will have further games against Athlone, Caltra, St. Bridgets and St. Domnicks in August. Training continues every Sun morning at 11.15am in Johnstown. New players welcome.
Clann U-10 Panel: Jason Conway, Darren Duff, Joseph Duignan, Eoghan Fallon, Cian Fallon-McGowan, John Feeney, Rory Forde, Alan Freeburne, Cian Griffin, Jack Griffin, Tommy Griffin, Robert Hardiman, Adam Harney, Adam Hunter, Michael Kelly, Coman Lennon, Fergus Lennon, Oisin Lennon, Neill Macken, Shane Macken, Micheal Mc Clean, Declan Mc Manus, Paul Mc Manus, Calum O’Brien, David Pettit, Ben Reidy, Sean Reynolds, Oisin Rock, Sean Ryan, Sean Seery, Aaron Wall, Mark Wall & Daniel Westman.

The Club would like to congratulate the Roscommon senior team following their success on Sunday. Clann were represented by Donal Shine, Jonathon Dunning and Cathal Shine on the panel. Well to all involved in this fantastic achievement.

Cash for Clobber
Clann na nGael Ladies Club have organised a clothing collection and recycling scheme to raise funds. The Club will receive €4 for every bag collected. All types of clothing, shoes, bags, bed linen, curtains etc. can be donated. Once the clothing has been collected, it will be brought to a sorting centre where clothes fit to be re-worn will be repackaged and transported to developing countries. Items not fit for use will be used in industry. Anyone who is interested in donating their unwanted clothing can contact Sean Murray samurray4@yahoo.com or at 0879573759 or any committee member. Hundreds of bags have been distributed but there are more available in the clubhouse any evening this week. The following are the collection times in Johnstown this week:

  • Friday 23rd July 6-10pm
  • Saturday 24th July 10am-1pm
  • Sunday 25th July 10am-1pm
  • Monday 26th July 4pm- 8pm

Ladies Intermediate Championship
Clann na nGael 3-12 Four Roads 1-5
Clann got off to a good start in the championship with a good win over Four Roads on Saturday last. Clann played with the aid of the elements in the first half and led at the break 1-9 to 0-2, the goal coming from Ruth Finlass while Michelle-Harney Nolan, Blana Gately, Kathy Doran-Rourke and Tracey Keegan among the point getters. In the second-half, Clann weathered a early Four Roads fight-back to bag two goals from Michelle-Harney Nolan and Tracey Keegan. Clann had good performance from Michelle Keegan, Kelly Killian, Ruth Finlass, Michelle-Harney Nolan, Tracey Keegan and Niamh Fallon. Clann play two matches against Castlerea and Eire Og over the August Bank Holiday weekend and will face a lot tougher opposition in those matches.

Club Lotto
Numbers drawn: 12, 16, 26, 27. No Jackpot winner of €4400. Next week €4600 in Shines Bar. There were five ‘Match 3’ winners receiving €40 each. See local outlets for details.

Junior A Football Championship
Clann na nGael 7-14 St Aidans 0-5

Fixtures/Clár Cluichí
Friday 23rd
Junior A Football Championship: St Josephs v Clann na nGael 7pm
Sunday 25th
Corrib Oil Division 1 League: Western Gaels v Clann na nGael 2.30pm


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