We have Sean MacDermiada as visitors on Saturday evening at 6oclock in Pairc Eanna. We had a convincing win over Drumhowan on Saturday last in the reserve league.
Cill Eanna 2g 15p
Carrick 1g 6p
Carrick made the short trip to Pairc Eanna on Tuesday evening last only to be met by a stubborn Cill Eanna side that were not going to be turned over easily and had leaders all over the pitch who cut through the Carrick defence and put over some fantastic scores.
Our minor team management of Martin Burns and Jimmy Gartlan are hoping for a positive response from the minor group of players.
Under 16 will be managed by Jimmy Gartlan, Gavin Flanagan and Michael Quinn
Noel McGahon, Shane Dooley and Tommy Gartlan are responsible for the affairs of the under 14.
Under 12 will have as their coaches Fergal Quinn, Martin O Reilly and Martin Burns
Under 10 will be under the guidance of Shane Callan, Tommy Marron, Thoman Goodman and Adrian Campbell.
The under 8 will have Caitriona Callan and Martin Gartlan as their coaches
The Under 14 Killanny team got their season under way last Saturday when they welcomed Drumhowan to Pairc Eanna. At no time during the game was there much between the two teams in this highly competitive, high scoring game. Mike McEntee in goals was very impressive carrying out a number of fine saves. John Gartlan, Cian Burns and Michael Grimes were solid in defence. Cillían McConnon, Cillian McGahon and Jake McCarty worked well in the middle of the field. Thomas Gartlan and Matthew Mahers had their shooting boots on up front with both finding the back of the net. Christopher Tobin played well when he came on in the second half. The hero of the day was Darragh O’Shea who in the final moments of the game stood up to take a free. Killanny were 3 points down, Drumhowan packed as many players as they could into the nets but they were still not able to stop Darragh’s shot as he blasted it into the net and as a result earned Killanny a draw. The game finished on a scoreline of 8-14 to 8-14. A very entertaining game. We are looking forward to the rest of the season if this game is anything to go by!
Cumann Na mBunscoil
Na buachaili from Scoil Eanna failed to qualify for the finals of their school blitz. They beat Inniskeen and Donaghmoyne but lost out to Blackstaff who went on to qualify for the final.
Week ending 26th March. Jackpot 14,000 Euro. Numbers drawn 11, 19, 13, 9. No winner. Lucky dips, Paddy Duffy, Crossan Family, Johnny Quinn, Emma Flanagan, Breda Tumelty, Doreen McMahon Draw in Riverbank. Next weeks jackpot 14,100Euro . Majella on duty. 2Euro each or 3 for 5Euro.