Senior Men SFL: After the ups and downs of the previous few weeks in the league, our senior men took to the field against Truagh Gaels in Clontibret on Sunday past in the first round of the Greenfield Foods Senior Football Championship. Truagh started off the strongest and only for the heroics of keeper Ciaran we could have been 3 goals down very early on. Not the most positive start, but with three championship debutants the lads soon got into their rhythm and were soon 2 points to no score to the good. The first half was an evenly matched contest and that was reflected in the half time score as we went in all square Truagh 1-06, Faughs 0-09. Unfortunately in the second half Truagh were much the stronger team, so much so, that by the middle of the half we were 10 down and the match effectively over as a contest. In fairness we we did rack up a respectable score, but Truagh went on to win convincingly on a scoreline Truagh 4-15, Faughs 2-12.
We now turn our attention to the backdoor where we meet close neighbours Doohamlet this coming Saturday, throw-in 5.30pm
This is the second part of a double header in Clontibret with Ballybay taking on Inniskeen in the first match, throw-in 4.00pm
Senior Ladies: Our ladies are training hard for a maiden championship final this coming Friday in Inniskeen, throw-in 7.00pm. They play St. Bridget’s (an amalgamation between Ballybay and Drunhowan). As part of the buildup, the ladies are cooking dinner for everyone on Wednesday night from 5.00pm to 8.00pm in Iontas. Best of luck to the everyone involved in the final – lets hope the ladies bring home the championship silverware. The ladies would appreciate any and all support at the game.
Operation TransFAUGHSmation: Many thanks and good luck to everyone who signed up for this years fantastic Operation TransFAUGHSmation. If you missed the registration night, you can always contact Tom on 087 629 0806.
This successful 12 week fitness programme is designed by people with fitness expertise who are aiming to increase our community’s health awareness.
The aim of this programme is to help our community to enjoy becoming healthier this Autumn, by offering a broad and exciting range of events aimed at providing all the tools to achieve personal lifestyle goals
Again this year, the programme will culminate in a sponsored 5km FUN run/walk, the proceeds of which will go to various charities.
Good Luck: Good luck to all our members who will be starting or returning to schools this week. No doubt all the children will be as keen as all the mammies and daddies to see schools re-opening once again.
Good luck and best wishes to both our Lady seniors and Boys U19’s who will be playing in finals this coming week.
For all ladies fixtures please see social media.
SFC: Truagh v Faughs, Sunday 26th August, 5.00pm
U13 Div5&6 Chmp: Faughs v Truagh, Tuesday 27th August 7.15pm
U17 Div1&2 Chmp: Faughs v Donaghmoyne, Tuesday 27th August 7.15pm
U15 Div 1&2 Chmp: Faughs v Scotstown, Thursday 29th August 7.00pm
U11 Boys: Scotstown v Faughs, Friday 30th August 6.30pm
SFC Men: Rd 1B: Doohamlet v Faughs, Saturday 31st August 5.30pm in Clontibret
U19 Div2 Final: Faughs v Scotstown, Wednesday 4th Sept 8.00pm in Cloghan