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Club Notes 15/4/13

posted Mar 25, 2013, 2:44 PM by Martin McGirr



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Senior Fixtures

The All County League gets underway this weekend and Fr Rocks make the trip to Healy Park for their long awaited return to senior football. The Rocks get the season underway against Omagh with reserve 2:15pm and Senior 3:45pm throw in times. A big Fr Rocks support is expected in Healy Park.

 

Club Awards Night

An awards night for our senior footballers will take place on Friday 26th April in the Greenvale Hotel.

 

Minors

The minors are back in action on Wednesday night at 7pm with a home game against Killeeshil.

 

U14s

The U14 training continues on Wednesday night at 6:15pm in MUSA, the boys had a great win over Naomh Mhuire at home on Wednesday past. Next up is a home fixture against Moy on Thursday evening at 6:45pm.

 

U10s

Under 10 training will take place on Friday evening at 6:30pm at Paddy Cullen Park.

 

Primary School Primary Football

After School football continues at the usual times on Thursday and Friday

 

Last Man Standing Fundraiser

There are just four people left in the Last man standing competition entering into the final round. Those left in the race are Marie Potter, Gerard O’Connor, Phelim Mulgrew and Dessie Maguire. Each will be asked to predict the winners of the four National League Finals for next weekend. The person with the most correct predictions will win the final prize money. We will be in contact with all four over the next week. The fixtures to choose from are Tyrone v Dublin, Derry v Westmeath, Monaghan v Meath and Offaly v Limerick.

Mouthguards

Under new ruling from congress all players up to and including minor as of January 1st 2013 will have to wear a mouthguard in all Gaelic football training sessions and matches.
More information on this can be found on the club website.

 

 

 

Well Done to Holy Trinity

Well done to Holy Trinity College on their performance in the All Ireland Vocational Schools final. It was a great game which they eventually lost by a single point. The players and management left Croke Park disappointed but with their heads held high on Saturday afternoon and did all their clubs proud. Well done to James and Eoin on another great season for the school. 

 

Condolences

The club would like to express deepest sympathy to the Fowley family Cookstown on their recent bereavement.

Ladies Notes

Well done to the Minor Girls on beating Castlederg in the Championship Quarter Final 3:05 to 0:07. The girls play Errigal Ciaran in the Semi Final away next week. All support would be very welcome.

 


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