The death of Mary Smyth, Moys, marks the end of an era of the Smyth family’s association with the club going back for over 100 years. Mary’s father Ned and uncle Joe were founder members of the club back in the early years of the last century and when the modern club was formed in the 1940s her brothers, Eamon and Tommy were also to the fore, while her other brother Joe was one of the outstanding players of his generation. Sympathy is extended to Mary’s sister, Carmel, and the Carville family and all her other friends and relatives.
Our league match against the Harps was cancelled last weekend.
Reserve League Division 1
We play Latton at home this Sunday morning at 11.30am in our opening game of this league.
Reserve League Division 3
Our first outing in this league is on Saturday away to Aughnamullen at 4pm.
There will be an u15 blitz in Cloghan tomorrow night, Friday at 7pm. All players to assemble at the hall for 6.30pm sharp.
There will be a meeting for all parents of players involved in this year’s u14 team this evening, 10th March in the club at 8pm. It is very important that each child is represented as we are outlining the new format and plans for the year ahead.
Well done to all involved in the u13 blitz that took place last Thursday under lights in Cloghan. The team acquitted themselves well and narrowly lost the final by a point. Thanks to Jonathan McGuigan who managed the panel on the night.
The u12s got their year up and running with a good training session last Saturday. Training continues this Saturday at 11am at the field.