Our Intermediate Team are back in action this weekend and play Rockcorry at home this Saturday evening at 7:00pm.
On Sunday past, our Junior A team were defeated by a very strong Toome on a scoreline of 2-19 to 1-04. This Sunday our Junior A team are away to Aghabog with a throw-in time of 2:30pm.
The minor team defeated Truagh in Corduff on Tuesday evening by 6 points, 3-10 to 2-07. They are away next Tuesday against St.Patrick’s in Ballybay. Throw-in at 7:00pm.
Under 6 / Under 8 / Under 10:
Training as usual on Saturday from 10.00 to 11.15.
Corduff U12s played their final Spring League group game on Saturday, April 16th, away to Doohamlet. The final score was Doohamlet (0-17) v (0-8) Corduff.
Corduff U14s played Ballybay in Round 2 of the league on Thursday April 14th. Both teams played well with Corduff edging a tight contest on a score of (5-7) to (5-6).
The team also debuted their new jerseys in the game.
Huge thanks to Patrick McEnaney and the Bailie Hotel for their generous sponsorship.
Next up for the U14s is a round 3 league fixture away to Killeevan on Saturday April 23rd.Throw in is 2pm.
Gaelic for girls has hit Corduff by storm with 23 girls from Corduff and the surrounding areas descending onto Corduff pitch to be treated to an hour and a half of great fun and coaching in Ladies Gaelic Football every Saturday.
This programme continues for another 7weeks every Saturday from 10am-11am. It is fantastic to see so many enthusiastic girls, who have little Gaelic football experience enjoying themselves. It is open to girls aged 8-12 year who are not part of a Ladies Gaelic Football Club and who are interested in learning the skill of the game. Anyone who would like more details on this programme is asked to contact Laura 0872652352
Corduff recorded their second win of the season on Monday evening last by convincingly beating Tyholland. It was Tyholland that opened stronger in the first quarter but Corduff staged a comeback going in just 1 point behind at the interval. In the second half it was one way traffic as Corduff held Tyholland scoreless and in doing so they ran away easy winners. The team was as follows Ciara Farrelly, Abbie McGivney, Shannon Duffy Dunne, Erica Smyth, Georgia Smyth, Abbie Finegan, Elena McEnaney, Kerrie Ann Walsh, Fiona Corrigan, Kayla Hand and Annie Brennan. Congratulations to the team and managers Declan and Dermot. Corduff are away to Inniskeen next Monday and we wish them luck.
The rescheduled Corduff V Doohamlet match is on this evening Thursday at 7pm in Corduff. Your support would be welcome.
The Handball Club will be running a 24-hour Handball marathon, in aid of the Corduff GFC Development Fund, beginning on Friday 29thApril, and culminating on Saturday 30th April. Sponsorship Cards are available from any Committee member.