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Oct 14, 2018 - Club Notes

YOUTH

Saturday morning football continues from 11am.

Our Under 13 Girls await details of their Division 1 League Semi Final. Training continues on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 7pm to 8.15pm.

The Under 12 Boys played in the PJ Treacy Memorial Tournament in Garrison last weekend, winning one of their three games, we thank the Devenish club for their hospitality.

ADULT

The Senior Ladies will be in League playoff, no idea when this will be played, training continues as normal on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 7pm.

OTHER

Well done to all our members who took part in and helped out at the Run for Oisin last weekend. It was another very successful event which was well supported by the entire community.

Club O’Raghallaigh Membership has now over 125 members and we thank everyone who has joined up. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by all within the club.

World Mental Health Day was last week but it’s not just something to think about for one day a year. It is important not only to think about your own mental health daily, but also to look out for behaviour that could indicates someone else needs help. Support across Northern Ireland can be found at https://www.mindingyourhead.info/

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 9th October. Letters drawn were A, G, J, U, Z. Lucky dips went to Helena McCann, Eamon & Breege Corrigan, James Stewart and Tom Conlon. The Two Monthly £50's went to Peter Leonard and Gerry Ferguson. Next weeks draw is for a Jackpot of £4,750.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 15th October. Letters drawn were F, K, N, R, X. Lucky dips went to Joan McHugh, Lucia Maguire, Tony Leonard and Kathleen Maguire
Next weeks draw is on Monday 22nd October for a Jackpot of £4,800.

Oct 10, 2018 - WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

Today (Wednesday 10th October 2018) is WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY. It is important not only to think about your own mental health, but also to look out for behaviour that could indicates someone else needs help. Look after your mental health. Support across Northern Ireland can be found at https://www.mindingyourhead.info/

 

Oct 7, 2018 - Club Notes

YOUTH

Saturday morning football continues from 11am.

Our Under 13 Girls await details of their Division 1 League Semi Final. They have a challenge game tomorrow (Monday) 8th October, away to Knockninny, bus leaving 5.50pm. Bring £3. Training will continue on Wednesday from 7pm to 8.15pm also.

ADULT

The Senior Ladies will be in League playoff, no idea when these will be played, training continues as normal on Tuesday at 7pm.

OTHER

Club O’Raghallaigh Membership has now over 120 members and we thank everyone who has joined up. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by all within the club.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 1st October. Letters drawn were D, J, R, W, X. Lucky dips went to Ryan McGovern, Suzanne Maguire, Patricia Magee and Gerry 'Kerry' Burns. Next draw for a Jackpot of £4,700.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 9th October. Letters drawn were A, G, J, U, Z. Lucky dips went to Helena McCann, Eamon & Breege Corrigan, James Stewart and Tom Conlon. The Two Monthly £50's went to Peter Leonard and Gerry Ferguson. Next weeks draw is on Monday 15th October for a Jackpot of £4,750.

The club extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Tom Leonard, 43 Richill Park, Kilfennan, Derry who has many connections within the club and the village here in Belcoo. May he rest in peace.

Oct 1, 2018 - Club Notes

YOUTH

Our P5, P6 & P7’s who played on Croke Park last Saturday at the Littlewoods Ireland Ulster Provincial Days Go Games. We thank the coaches and mentors who looked after them. All the kids had a wonderful day.

 

 

Saturday morning football continues from 11am.

Our Under 13 Girls await details of their Division 1 League Semi Final. Training continues tonight , Monday & Wednesday from 7pm to 8.15pm.

The Under 13 Boys will continue to train on Wednesday's for the Month of October from 6.30pm to 7.45pm.

ADULT

The Senior Men will remain in Division 2 for a second season at least having suffered a 1-9 to 1-5 defeat last Saturday to Enniskillen Gaels in the Promotion Playoff. That ends the Senior Mens season, we thank the players and management for their time and efforts during 2018.

OTHER

Club O’Raghallaigh Membership has now over 120 members and we thank everyone who has joined up. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by all within the club.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 24th September. Letters drawn were B, C, F, H, W. Lucky dips went to Brian Lynskey, Paul O'Neill, Gerard Mellor, Mary McGrath (Mullaghdun). Next weeks draw is for a Jackpot of £4,650.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 1st October. Letters drawn were D, J, R, W, X. Lucky dips went to Ryan McGovern, Suzanne Maguire, Patricia Magee and Gerry 'Kerry' Burns. Next weeks draw is on Monday 8th October for a Jackpot of £4,700.

Sep 28, 2018 - Place In Division 1 Up For Grabs This Weekend

There is just the one Fixture this weekend and it's a big one. The Senior Men face Enniskillen Gaels in Kinawley at 4.30pm on Saturday knowing the winner of this fixture will be promoted to Division 1 for the 2019 season. 

Sep 24, 2018 - Club Notes

YOUTH

No Saturday morning training this week due to Croke Park trip. It will return on 6th October for P1-P6’s from 11am.

The Clubs P5, P6 & P7’s are for Croke Park this Saturday. 26 Children are confirmed. The bus will leave from the Cottage Meadow at 8:45am. There will be a toilet stop in Virginia. Arrival at Croke Park at 12:00 noon. Playing on Croke Park pitch from 1pm to 2.30pm. Museum tour from 3pm to 4pm. Meal in McDonalds @ Blanchardstown Shopping Centre at 5pm. Leave Blanchardstown by 6pm and arrive back in Belcoo between 8.30-9pm.

Cost: £15, this includes the meal in McDonalds. Consent forms will be dropped into St Columbans for the children to get signed. Please get consent forms back to Tom White with £15 pounds by Thursday 27th.

Children will need to wear trainers and change into their football boots when playing. Also they will need to have a good breakfast before leaving and bring a lunch snack and a drink. Please keep an eye on the weather closer to Saturday as a change of clothes/rain gear may be necessary. The club will provide jerseys for wearing on the pitch. If possible could the children wear Belcoo shorts and socks. Also if available wear Belcoo tracksuits/hoodies. Lastly don't forget gum shields. Any more info required contact Tom White - 07747010308 / meenaghman@yahoo.com.

The Under 13 Boys lost to Newtown last week in their last league fixture. We thank the players and management for their time and efforts this season.

The Under 13 Girls made it three wins on the spin when they beat Devenish 5-16 to 2-2 last week. They will compete in the Division 1 Semi Finals having topped their sections. Training continues Wednesday from 7pm to 8.15pm.

Huge Congratulations to the Under 16 Girls, players and management as they won the B Championship Final by a single point on Sunday, beating Devenish 3-8 to 4-4. It was a fantastic contest and it completed an unbeaten season for our girls who won the league a few months ago. Well done to all concerned.

ADULT

The Senior Men dropped back down Intermediate Football for 2019 following a 1-13 to 2-8 defeat to Teemore last weekend. They play Enniskillen Gaels this Saturday at 4.30pm in Kinawley. The winner will be promoted to Division 1 and contest the Division 2 League Final. Best of Luck to the players and management.

OTHER

Club O’Raghallaigh Membership has now over 110 members and we thank everyone who has joined up. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by all within the club.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 17th September. Letters drawn were A, H, J, N, S. Lucky dips went to Greg Lunny, Clara Marie Ferguson Emmet Scollan and Nicola Strin. Next weeks draw is for a Jackpot of £4,600.

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 24th September. Letters drawn were B, C, F, H, W. Lucky dips went to Brian Lynskey, Paul O'Neill, Gerard Mellor, Mary McGrath (Mullaghdun). Next weeks draw is on Monday 1st October for a Jackpot of £4,650.

Club Merchandise Christmas Order details are on the Clubs Facebook page and Website. Orders need to be with Cecelia Feeley by 8pm on 30th September.

The Club extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Maura Cullen who passed away over the weekend. May she rest in peace.

Sep 23, 2018 - U16 Girls Claim Championship Title After Titantic Tussel

U16 Girls B Championship Final: Belcoo 3-8 v 4-4 Devenish

Belcoo Under 16 Girls claimed the 'B' Championship Title after a titanic tussle with Devenish in Belleek this afternoon. It was incredibly tight throughout and it was surely heart in the mouth stuff in the end as a Devenish goal gave them the lead for the first time with just 5minutes play, Belcoo however dug deep as this group always does, and eeked out two late points to claim the title.

This group of Under 16’s are all underage again next year, the have won all 10 games they played this term and have now put the Championship trophy alongside the League title secured back in June time. Games like today will stand them in good stead as they move up a level next year to play higher competition football.

Today’s game was fast and frantic from moment one, every ball was challenged for with each player and team had, it was hard hitting too as robust tackles were shipped throughout. Belcoo got on the scoreboard first when Sinead Barrett picked out Ciana McGrath on the right wing with a fine kick pass, McGrath travelled some 30yards before drilling over an excellent point.

Cara Gray made several turnovers, dispossessing her player with the near hand tackle, it was from one of these that Belcoo worked a goal 7minutes into the contest. Scarlett O’Connor took up possession in the middle sector and moved forward, finding Aine Barrett who hit the net. Belcoo added another point moments later as the ball ricocheted off the post. Scarlett O’Connor and Aoife Keaney helped recover it before slipping the ball to Sinead Barrett for the point.

Devenish had looked dangerous going forward in the opening 10minutes but some superb defensive play by Rhianne McGuinness and Eimear Magee had thwarted attacks. The Garrison girls did open their account on 14minutes when Hannah Murphy pointed after patient play. An excellent block by Rhianne McGuinness denied another clean strike at goal soon after while Siofra McAloon cut out a dangerous pass to help Belcoo get back up the field where they worked a neat move that seen Aine Barrett point.

Devenish had there best spell of the opening half as they registered a quick goal and point to cut the deficit to a single point, 1-3 to 1-2. It was nearly more but Niamh McAloon beat away the ball on the goal line to prevent another three pointer. Belcoo though responded well. They worked a good move down the left, a great kickout by Riona Keaney found Mikayla Maguire on the wing, she drove upfield, Sam Martin, Aoife Keaney and Aine Barrett involved before Eve Barrett gained possession, skipped in towards goal and found the bottom corner.

Another fine dispossession by Cara Gray seen her then pick out Sinead Barrett who pointed from distance while a determinded Niamh McAloon drove out from centre back to take Belcoo downfield once more, a good ball into the right corner was fastened onto by Eve Barrett, she recycled to Aoife Keaney before Aine Barrett was fouled when taking a pass. Sinead Barrett slotted the free and it was to be 2-5 to 1-2 in the O’Rahilly’s favour at the interval.

The six point lead became just one inside 4minutes of the restart, Devenish quick from the blocks to hit 1-1, both scores from Hannah Murphy frees, the goal from 35yards dipping under the crossbar. 2-5 to 2-3. Belcoo steadied the ship with a Sinead Barrett point before they worked a great goal down the left wing, Ciara McGuinness was out in front to claim the ball, Ciana McGrath and Aine Barrett combined before Sam Martin broke through and rounded the keeper and stroked the ball into the net. 3-6 to 2-3.

With 15minutes to play Devenish were awarded a penalty, Ciana McGrath went to the sin bin and when the kick was converted it was a three point game. Murphy followed up the dispatched penalty with a free and the game was to sit at a two point difference for some 7minutes. As Belcoo readied Ciana McGrath for a return to the field, a long driven ball from Murphy dipped under the bar for a goal. Devenish now ahead for the first time, 4-4 to 3-6 with five minutes to play.

With the O’Rahilly’s restored to the full compliment of players they managed to get themselves back down the field. Some strong running on occasions late in the game by Sinead Barrett, Niamh McAloon, Aoife Keaney, Rhianne McGuinness and Sam Martin seen the O’Rahilly’s finish on top with Eimear Magee impressing down the left with the hardworking Cara Gray having a fine outing in midfield.

The two scores Belcoo got to finish were free kicks, both from superbly disciplined tackling as on both occasions the Devenish defenders were forced to overcarry the football. Sinead Barrett slotting the frees, the first from an acute angle, the second a more straightforward one in front of the goals.

Six minutes of added time were played before the final whistle went, Belcoo winners by the minimum, much to their delight.

Congratulations to all concerned, it was a fantastic battling display. Captain Aine Barrett received the Cup from Fermanagh Ladies Chairperson Ann McGrath with Devenish full back Grace Treacy being named player of the match.

Team (15 a side) Riona Keaney, Siofra McAloon, Rhianne McGuinness, Eimear Magee, Ciara Nolan, Niamh McAloon, Mikayla Maguire, Sam Martin (1-0), Cara Gray, Sinead Barrett (0-6), Aoife Keaney, Ciana McGrath (0-1), Scarlett O’Connor, Aine Barrett (1-1), Eve Barrett (1-0). Subs Ciara McGuinness, Niamh Cullen, Abbie McGovern, Rachel Nolan, Eimear Gray and Caitlyn Nolan.

 

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