Club News

November 8, 2018


The Seniors played their final league match away to Cootehill on Sunday and finished the season with another resounding victory by 2-12 to 0-4.  For a report on this match please click here.

The league season proper is over and the Seniors completed it undefeated, with only a late Ballyhaise equaliser way back on a cold, windswept March evening denying the side a 100% record.  A phenomenal achievement by all associated with the team and a points difference of +128 from just 13 games has got to be some sort of a record!

Despite the undefeated campaign and having already secured promotion and top spot, the Division Two silverware is still up for grabs.  First up is the semi-final against Ballyhaise or Cootehill who play this coming weekend, however with the U-21 Championship on the 8th November, it would look like mid November at the earliest before this game will be played, depending on how both sides progress in the U-21 championship first.  Keep an eye on for confirmation of when the semi will take place


The U-21’s are continuing their championship preparations in advance of their 1st round match and take on Shercock tonight (Tuesday) down the park at 8.30pm.  They then host Redbridge on Sunday 8th November at 1pm in the 1st round of the championship.  If they manage to be successful in that, they will face an away quarter-final against Lacken or Castlerahan on the following weekend.


With action on the field winding up, now might be a good time to check out the club website – – if you haven’t already done so.  A huge thanks to everyone who has assisted with reports, pictures, updates etc.. in the past six months since it was re-launched.

There is loads there to check out with pictures and reports from over 60 different matches from all grades from 2009 alone, as well as historic pieces also.  There are also major galleries including various team outings,  125 Celebrations and the prize-winning St Patrick’s Day Parade float.

With over 1,000 photographs as well as the very popular club & county you-tube clips, there’s something there for everyone. A major thank you to all those who visit the site;  over 30,000 in six months can’t be wrong!!


 Mobile phone company, Vodafone have teamed up with the GAA to over  a unique way for you to support your favourite GAA club.  Once you sign up, the club will receive 5% of your monthly bill, whether you are bill or prepay.  To sign up costs you or the club nothing and you do not even need to be a member of the club to participate.

 You can sign up directly on the website and register directly. You only need to leave your name, number & the club name and it takes 30 seconds.  Alternatively you can leave your details on the designated sheets in the dressing room or pop into M&F or Pat or indeed any committee member.