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Club Notes

Mar. 28, 2016


Our U10 & U8 Training returns following the Easter break this Saturday, 2nd April at the Football Pitch for P1-P4 between 10.30am and 11.45am. There is a P5 & P6 Blitz in the Bawnacre on Saturday, details on weebly.

On Sunday 3rd April our P5 & P6’s will play at half time in the Fermanagh v Tyrone game. Again, details are on the weebly noticeboard.

Our Under 14 Boys team had a great game with St. Pat’s in Donagh on Friday night before losing out on a 4-7 to 2-7 scoreline. They play Erne Gaels on Thursday 31st Match in Belcoo, throw in 6.30pm. Players should be at the pitch for 5.50pm. Training continues tonight, Monday from 7pm to 8.15pm.

Minor boys are not fielding against Ederney on Tuesday 29th March due to lack of numbers.

Our Under 14 Girls Training gets underway tomorrow, Tuesday 29th March at the football pitch from 7pm to 8.15pm. We encourage all eligible girls in the area to attend.

Well done to Ciana McGrath who scored two goals for Fermanagh U14 girls as they suffered a five point defeat to Down in Newry on Saturday.


The Juniors recorded a facile win over Belnaleck on a 3-17 to 0-4 scoreline in Belcoo on Saturday evening. They travel to Kinawley for a 6.30pm throw in this Saturday. Training continues Wednesday at 8.30pm.


Memberships Deadline is tomorrow, Thursday 31st March. The club is also now active on Klubfunder. Pay your Adult, Youth or Family Membership here or see Sharon McGrath, Aisling McAloon or Paul McGrath.


There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 28th March. Letters drawn were F, G, R, U Y. Lucky dips £15's went to Carina Ferguson, Margaret Burns, Karen Wisinska and Brendan Cox. Jackpot capped at £9,950.


Six remain in the Last Man Standing heading into the last round of games for a chance to win or sharr the £500 prize. More details on club website.


Congratulations to Liam Magee who was elected President of Cumann na mBunscoil recently. The Belcoo St. Columban’s Principal takes over the role having been involved for within the organisation for over twenty years. We wish him well in his new post.




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