Strictly Jail House Rocks:
This Friday night in The Marquee, Fiddlers Car Park, 34 dancers take to the stage to perform as Corduff Gaels presents “Strictly Jail House Rocks”.
Doors open at 7:00pm, with the opening dance at 8:00pm. Admission is €20 (payable at the door) and includes FREE admission to Vanity Nightclub. A great night’s entertainment in store.
Our Intermediate team were defeated last Wednesday night past away to a very Strong Inniskeen on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-06.
Last Sunday afternoon we were home to Donaghmoyne and came out on top on a scoreline of 2-11 to 1-07. No match this weekend. See next week’s notes for upcoming fixtures.
Our Juniors were defeated by a much stronger Eire Og on Sunday past. That game concluded the first round of fixtures. The league is now split in two and we will now compete in the Shield completion. No Junior fixtures this weekend.
Our Minors made the trip to Truagh on Tuesday evening for Round 2 of the Cup Section of the MFL Division 1. A brilliant performance saw them run out winners on a scoreline of 3-10 to 1-08. Next game is against Magheracloone in the Championship Semi-Final on Tuesday 9th August at 7:00pm in Aughnamullen.
Next Committee Meeting will take place on Tuesday 16th August.
Our U14s played Sean’s in the Div 3 Final on Tuesday. Report to follow next week.
Our Gaelic4Girls players, mentors & parents travelled to Croke Park on Monday for the National Gaelic4Girls Blitz which was the culmination of hard work by the girls and their coaches Laura, Fiona and Amy over the last few months. The Blitz Day is all about fun, inclusiveness, positivity, co-operation and of course hundreds of happy girls!
It was an amazing opportunity for the girls to play in Croke Park and head home with a medal.
Thanks to Colleen and Sinead the coaches on the day who did a super job and also to the parents who travelled. The future of the club looks good so keep up the good work!
Last Friday Aughnamullen travelled to Corduff for Round 3 of the league. Aughnamullen opened the scoring but Corduff with a mix of experience and youth were up for the task and went in with a 5 point advantage on a score of 2-8 to 2-3 at half time. Both teams had impressive passages of play in the second half with Aughnamullen narrowing the margin to 3 points but Corduff regained momentum and finished stronger on a scoreline of 3-11 to 3-8 making it 3 wins out of 3.