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Sep. 4, 2017
The Under 12’s lost 4-26 to 3-10 to Tempo last week but they recorded a 10-21 to 5-1 win in the opening Divisional game on Saturday in Derrylin. Training continues tomorrow, Tuesday, from 7pm to 8.15pm. This Saturday at 2pm the Under 12s host St. Pat’s.
The Under 13 Girls began their season tonight, Monday, with a home game against Devenish. Players to be at the pitch for 6.30pm. Best of luck to the players and management for the forthcoming season.
Training for Girls continues Wednesday, from 6.45pm to 8pm. Details will be finalised this week regards the Kilmacud Crokes Ladies U14 All Ireland Sevens in Dublin on Saturday 23rd September. We will be staying to attend the All Ireland Final on Sunday 24th September now Fermanagh have secured their place in the decider. Well done to the County side.
The Under 16 boys recorded a win in the league over Aughadrumsee on Thursday, 3-14 to 3-8. They were to exit the Championship on Sunday though as they went down 2-15 to 4-5 to Roslea. They travel to Ederney this Thursday, for a 7pm throw in the League. Bus leaving 5.45pm.
Congratulations to our Reserve players and management who booked their place in the Championship decider with a 2-13 to 3-4 win over Aughadrumsee on Sunday afternoon. They will face Erne Gaels on Saturday 16th September at 6pm in Brewster Park in the Final.
The Seniors meet Maguiresbridge this Saturday in the Intermediate Championship Semi Final at 6.30pm in Tempo. Best of luck to the players and management.
There are still places available for the Defibrillator & Basic Life Support Training on Monday 11th September at 7pm in the LCC. Please contact Lucia Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 28th August. Letters drawn were D, M, R, U, X. Lucky Dips went to Terry Cullen, Darren McManus, Mary & PJ McTiernan and John Higgins.
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