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Jul 16, 2018 - Fixtures (Monday 16th July to Sunday 22nd July)
Following the Youth Break for the first fortnight in July. Its back to business this week. The Under 14 Girls return to action with two games while both the Under 13 & Under 17 Boys team beginning their competitive seasons in Division 3. We wish the players and management well for the forthcoming season.
On top of that there is 3 adult games over the weekend so plenty for all ages.
Jul 14, 2018 - Senior Men Continue Winning Run
Senior League Division 2: Coa 1-13 v 2-18 Belcoo
The Senior Men made it six wins on the spin with a 2-18 to 1-13 success in Coa on Friday evening. The O’Rahilly’s avenging an opening day defeat to the O’Dwyers as they took charge of this contest in the second quarter. It’s good points to get in the race for the top 4 considering half the team will miss next weekends double header.
It was nip and tuck early doors, Belcoo three-one to the good inside 8minutes, Aaron Dolan with two either side of a Jonathan Feeley score. Unfortunately Feeley’s day was a short one, a calf injury that looks quite serious forcing him to off with cousin Conor McAloon entering the fray.
Eoin Donnelly and Lee McQuade had two in the board for the hosts as the sides continued to trade scores. Donnelly’s point was almost a goal but for a fine save by former goalkeeper James McGrath, now playing outfield, who somehow turned the ball over the bar with keeper Gary Doherty beaten. Coa had another goal chance, Doherty though made the save on this occasion.
By the 15th minute it was 0-6 to 0-5 in Belcoo’s favour, Ryan Leonard went on a fine run from corner back to play a few one twos and fire over. Aaron Dolan smartly fisted the ball over the bar coming in from the right wing while James McGrath landed an excellent score from long range. Wing back Luke McQuade had got forward to slot a neat point for the home side with Lee McQuade also finding the target.
Belcoo took a grip of the contest at this juncture, Niall McGovern, Brian Cox and James McGourty doing well in the middle third with Paul McGrath keeping things moving at centre half back.
As half time approached Lee McQuade popped over a close range free before Belcoo bagged their first goal. A good move down the left with Eoin Shiels and Barry McGovern seen the ball working into the middle for Paul McGrath who broke through, fisted to Niall Cullen who fisted the ball to the net. Half time Coa 0-6 v 1-10 Belcoo.
Upon by restart, after a sloppy three or four minutes Belcoo effectively killed the tie as they hit a second goal. Again a fluid move down the left seen Gerard McHugh play the ball infield to Aaron Dolan who duly applied the three point finish. It was now a ten point game.
For 15 minutes points continued to flow at regular intervals. Dean McDermott (2), James McGourty, Gerard McHugh, Conor McAloon and Aaron Dolan all registered for the O’Rahilly’s while Julian Carters and Lee McQuade kept the scoreboard ticking for Coa. By the 50th minute it was 2-16 to 1-9. Darren McQuade rattling 1-1 in a 60second spell and it was back to a ten point game.
Coa applied some great pressure as they won a lot of the Belcoo restarts, some poor wides would cost them closing the deficit enough to give them a sniff at a late comeback. They would hit three points by the finish, Lee McQuade with two frees and a sideline ball however Aaron Dolan and Paul McGrath rounded off the win for the visitors with the final two scores of the game.
Team. Gary Doherty, Ryan Leonard (0-1), Niall Leonard, Eoin Shiels, Barry McGovern, Paul McGrath (0-2), Dean McDermott (0-2), James McGrath (0-2), James McGourty (0-1), Gerard McHugh (0-1), Niall McGovern, Niall Cullen (1-0), Aaron Dolan (1-6), Jonathan Feeley (0-1), Brian Cox. Subs. Conor McAloon (0-2), Gary Maguire.
SENIOR LEAGUE DIVISION 2 TABLE
Jul 13, 2018 - Weekend Activity
The is NO Saturday morning football tomorrow, 14th July.
The Club are holding a Toll Bridge Collection all day tomorrow, 14th July. All help greatly appreciated, if you can spare an hour, please contact a committee member.
Just the two games this weekend as the Seniors travel to Coa, tonight, Friday 13th for a 8pm throw in while the Reserves go to Brookeboro tomorrow, Saturday 14th for a 6.30pm throw in.
Next week sees the return to competitive football for the U14 Girls while the U13 & U17 Boys Leagues get underway. We wish all our teams well.
Jul 11, 2018 - Upcoming U8 & U10 Lissan Blitz
There are Under 8 (P3/P4) & Under 10 (P5/P6) County Blitz's in Lissan on Saturday 21st July from 10.30am to 12.30pm - can parents of players please text Tom White on 07747010308 if your child is interested and available to attend with the Summer being a busy time for families, we need to know what our numbers are like and whether we can enter one or two teams in these age brackets. Please get in touch with Tom by Wednesday 18th July.
Jul 11, 2018 - U13 Boys Fixtures Released
The Under 13 Boys Fixtures for the forthcoming season have been released. Our boys will compete in Division 3 - Fixtures below:
Jul 10, 2018 - Club O'Raghallaigh Update
Jul 9, 2018 - Club Notes
Saturday morning training for primary school children training continues at 11am.
Under 13 Boys Training continues on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 6.30pm to 7.45pm.
Under 17 Boys Training continues on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 6.45pm to 8pm.
Under 13 and 14 Girls training continues Monday from 7pm to 8.15pm.
The Reserves recorded a 3-17 to 1-10 victory over Aughadrumsee last Friday. They are in action away to Brookeboro this Saturday at 6.30pm.
The Senior Men return to action with a double round of fixtures this weekend. They travel to Coa for an 8pm throw in on Friday evening before they host Aughadrumsee 12pm on Sunday.
The Senior Ladies are likely to have a game this weekend, no fixtures were known when going to press. Check clubs website later in the week.
There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 2nd July. Letters drawn were A, C, J, U, V. Lucky dips went to Niall Leonard, Mary Corrigan, Jim & Mary Timoney and Leo McGovern. Two Monthly £50 went to Imelda Leonard and Olivine Cox. Next weeks draw is for a Jackpot of £4,050.
Club O'Raghallaigh Membership is still being taken. See links in the left of the website.
The John Paul Awards Group are looking for any unwanted backpacks. If you have some please give them to Carol Corrigan or Angela Read. With Cul Camp coming up again or with school having finished their might be old ones in good shape that can be used.
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