Club News

November 8, 2018



After a recent defeat to Ballinagh the Juniors will be looking to resume winning when they host Belturbet on Sunday 12th at 2pm..  With three matches remaining the side is two points clear at the top and in a strong position to challenge for promotion and they will be eager to continue preparation for the Championship having been drawn away to Crosserlough, although this match has yet to be fixed, in a scheduling sense that is, as opposed to anything more sinister!




The Minor’s are back training ahead on next month’s championship.  After a decent league campaign, the players and management will be hoping to get a good run in the championship this year, however this will only be possible with a major effort on the training pitch between now and then.  Training continues on Wednesday evenings..




Having topped the league the 16’s face Ballyhaise on Friday evening in the league semi-finals as they look for a place in the final.  A big improvement will be required on the finishing league matches but with a number of players back, hopefully they can make it through.  At this stage, the venue has not been confirmed, but you know who to ask if you want to make the trip to support the side.




The County U-15 & U-16 Development Squads continue in their training matches throughout the Summer.  With three representatives on the U-16’s and five on the U-15’s the club is well represented.  We wish the club members and indeed the whole squad the best of luck in these matches.




The girls will be looking to finish of their league campaign and complete a 100% record when they host Cuchullains on Monday 6th.  They are already through to the Division 3 League final which is a tremendous achievement for all connected with the side in their first season in existence.


U-10 & U-12 BOY’S


Both sides start these 10 a side regional blitzes this Saturday that will continue over the Summer.  No venue has yet been confirmed but again details of this will be confirmed later in the week.