Clontibret 0-5, Latton 0-16. Team and scorers: Paul McElroy, Colin Duffy, Colum Greenan, Martin Corey. Darach Mooney, Dessie Mone, Donal Carragher, John Paul Mone, Daithi McKeown, David Savage, Conor McManus (0-5), Pauric Boyle, Fergal Mone, Vincent Corey, Rodney Gorman. Subs: Johnny McKenna, Eoin Greenan. Our next outing in the senior league is away to Magheracloone on Sunday at 12pm.
We begin the defence of our title on Saturday, 23rd July with a match against Inniskeen which will take place in Ballybay at 6pm. This will be followed by the Doohamlet v Latton game at 7.30pm.
O’Duffy Cup Quarter Final
Clontibret 0-11, ‘Blayney 2-8. A disappointing display resulted in a tame exit from the O’Duffy Cup. Team and scorers: Arthur Morgan, Kieran Greenan, Kevin Ward, Fergal McGuigan, Padraig McGuigan, Donal Carragher, Sean Leonard, Daithi McKeown, Fergal Greenan, Fergal O’Dowd, David Savage (0-3), Ronan Murphy, Ryan McGuigan (0-2), Johnny McKenna (0-5), Conor Boyle (0-1). Subs: Niall Duffy, Philip Rooney, Paul Winters.
Next Tuesday our minors will play St. Pat’s in the first game of the minor championship in Clontibret at 7.45pm. Best of luck to the team and management.
Clontibret 1-11, Blackhill 0-9. A wholehearted effort by a range of players of all ages and experiences brought us to the Crawley Cup final by defeating Blackhill by 5 points. Team and scorers: Liam Swift, Shane McNally, Kevin Ward, Brian McSkane, Philip Rooney, Fergal McGuigan, Aiden Leonard, Kieran Greenan, Brian Morgan, Declan Moen (1-0), Paul Winters (0-3), Darren Murphy (0-1), Niall Duffy (0-3), Padraig McShane, Shane Murphy. Subs: Kevin Gormley, Shane Magennis, Christopher Morgan. We play Scotstown in the final of this competition on Friday, 22nd July.
We play Seans at home next Thursday, 21st July at 7.30pm.
This Saturday our Division 5 team are at home to Aghabog at 12pm and this will be followed by our Division 2 team who are at home to Magheracloone at 1.15pm.
Club gear will be on sale in the clubrooms tomorrow evening, Friday at 8pm. Come along and get kitted out for the start of the championship.
GAA Super Camps 2011
Learn new skills at a Super Camp specifically for 13-15 year olds – boys & girls- from 2nd to 4th August. Venues are St. Macartan’s College, Monaghan & Inver College, Carrickmacross. Times 10am- 3.30pm. Cost: €45. FREE GAA Super Camp Jersey to each participant. Further details available from Paul O’Connor, Games Development Manager
Killeevan overcame Truagh in the Cup Final to become the winners of this tournament for the first time, while Clontibret beat Phelim Brady’s on Sunday evening to pick up the Shield. Well done to the victorious teams, as well as all the teams who took part in the competition, some for the first time. Many thanks to all who helped organise the competition and who oversaw the smooth running of the games.