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May. 17, 2015
It has been a busy week on the field as the Juniors beat Brookeboro last Wednesday 5-13 to 1-12 while they recorded a draw with Irvinestown on Sunday, 2-13 to 3-10. The Seniors also recorded a draw in their Saturday fixture with Derrygonnelly, both sides hitting 1-7.
This weekend the Juniors are in action twice, on Friday they travel to Maguiresbridge for a 7.45pm throw in. On Sunday they host Derrylin at 12noon. There is no Senior football in the coming weeks due to Fermanagh’s Ulster Championship clash with Antrim.
The Under 14’s recorded a first league win with a 3-5 to 2-4 victory over Roslea last Thursday. They travel to St.Pat's tonight (Monday) for a 7.30pm throw in, bus leaving corner at 6.10pm, cost £2. On Wednesday they host Newtownbutler at 7.30pm. Players are asked to be at the pitch for 6.45pm.
The Under 10’s (P4, P5, P6) get their competitive season underway on Friday when they travel to Derrylin, throw in is at 7.30pm. Bus leaving corner at 6.15pm, cost £2.
Underage training (P1 to P6) continues on Saturday from 1.30pm to 2.45pm. Cúl Camp Application Forms are now available, the Camp will run from 20th – 24th July in Belcoo for P2-P7 children.
The Clothes Bank on the lane into the Football Field in available for Recyclable Clothing and Shoes, we encourage everybody to use this service if they have any unwanted items.
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