Seniors – The seniors played Monaghan Harps last night (Wednesday) in a re-arranged fixture and on Sunday they are away to Inniskeen (2.30PM)
Junior B – The Bs overcame Magheracloone 4-06 to 0-10 on Saturday evening last in a league game played on Toome. Blayney edged a low key first half 1-03 to 0-04 with the goal machine Gerry Brady getting the goal. Two points looked a slim lead with Blayney to face the elements in the second half but early goals from Brady again and Fergal Duffy paved the way for a comfortable victory. There are two B games next week both away from home, Magheracloone are the opponents on Wednesday evening (7.45PM) and on Friday night its Truagh also at 7.45PM.
Junior C – The Junior Cs had a good 5-12 to 2-05 victory over Eire Og last Wednesday night. The platform for the victory was built in the first 15 minutes as Blayney netted three times with the scores coming from David McMahon, Paddy Conlon and Gerry Brady, on their way to a 12 point half time lead. The second half was a more even affair but Eire Og never looked like getting back into the game. This Sunday evening the Cs travel to Truagh for a 7.45PM throw in.
Minors – Mixed fortunes for the minors last week, with a good victory over Monaghan Harps on Tuesday night followed by a narrow one point defeat on Friday night in Clontibret. On Tuesday night they played Scotstown (result and report next week) in the final round of games before the exam break.
St Marys Park – St Marys Park is now closed for the foreseeable future to facilitate the laying of a new playing pitch. During the closure home games will be played at alternative venues, keep a close eye on the club website and these notes to find out where games are being played.
Cul Camp – This year’s Cul camp takes place from the 11-15th of July and will cater for boys and girls between the ages of 6-13, for more information contact Games development officer Paul O Connor on 0868374827.
Design a Mascot – The juvenile club are running an exciting competition for kids aged 5-12 in conjunction with our sports day at the Muckno Mania festival. The idea is to create and name a mascot for the Faughs, entries must be left in Centra or Loughman Sports on or before 31st May.
Games Promotion Officer – Monaghan county board is seeking to recruit a coach who can deliver school, development squad, summer camp, community development work, disability coaching and some club mentoring support. Anyone interested is asked to submit their CV to Paul O’Connor, Games Development Manager, Cloghan Annyalla, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.
U16 – U16s play Magheracloone in Toome this evening at 7.00PM.
U14 – U14s are home to Toome on Saturday at 12.00PM.
U10/U8/U6 – Training continues on Thursday evenings at usual times and venues.
Circuit Training –Marc Loughman has added a sculpture class on Saturday mornings (8.30-9.15AM) with men and women welcome, to his schedule of classes. Circuit training continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the Scout Hall. The classes are open to men and women; cost is €5 per night. Marc can be contacted at 0879489207.
Notes – Anyone wishing to be added to the club email list or have something included in the notes drop a line to email@example.com or contact Club PRO Bob O Donnell on 087-6025027