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Castleblayney Notes

May 10th, 2011

Seniors – With the diggers put on hold for another week Blayneys league game went ahead at St Marys Park on Sunday but unfortunately the final game at the venue was to end in a narrow one point defeat. The game was spoiled to some extent by a strong wind blowing straight down the field; Latton had first use of the wind and led by 6 points to 2 at half time with both Blayneys scores coming from Keith Hill frees. The expected Blayney onslaught at the start of second half didn’t materialise and Latton had stretched their lead to 10-3 after 40 minutes before a scrambled Blayney goal started the fightback. Five more unanswered points saw Blayney take the lead and they were desperately unlucky not to seal the points when a Marty McElroys goal effort came back off the bar. Latton weren’t to be denied though a strong late rally saw them take the points on a score of 1-09 to 0-13.

Junior B – The Bs put the disappointment of their performance against Clontibret behind them when they played Cremartin last Wednesday night. Goals in either half from Gerry Brady and Damian Hughes were the highlights of a comfortable 2-12 to 0-07 victory. This Saturday night they face Magheracloone in Toome (7.00PM).

Junior C – The Junior Cs played Eire Og last night (Wednesday) result and match report next week.

MinorsA busy week for the minors began on Tuesday evening they faced Monaghan Harps and continues with a re-arranged fixture away to Clontibret on Friday night (7.45PM). Finally next Tuesday night the second half of the league begins with a home game against Scotstown, no venue has been confirmed for this fixture yet so keep an eye on website for any updates.

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.

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.

U16 – U16s were defeated 5-12 to 1-11 by Donaghmoyne last week.

U12 – U12s are home to Magheracloone on Saturday at 1.00PM.

U10/U8/U6 – Training continues on Thursday evenings at usual times and venues.

Circuit Training –Marc Loughman has added a sculpt 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.

Lotto – Lotto numbers for the week ending 02nd May 2011 were 04, 09, 23 and 24. There was no Jackpot winner; three people matched 3 numbers to share €150; PJ Daly, Drumakill, Sean Graham, Oram and Gary McClelland, Walkinstown Dublin. Next week’s jackpot is €11,000.

Notes – Anyone wishing to be added to the club email list or have something included in the notes drop a line to info@castleblayneyfaughs.com or contact Club PRO Bob O Donnell on 087-6025027.

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