Team news: under 10 - senior men

November 8, 2018

Under 10’s training continues on Saturday morning at 11am.


Under 12’s

The U-12’s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a six point victory over neighbours Castlefin. The home team dominated the first half playing some excellent football with Simon McGlynn (2-2), Jack Blake (0-4), Joseph McGill and Dannan O’ Kane all getting on the score board. Robert Emmet’s responded late in the half with a couple of points to leave the half time score 2-8 to 0-2. In the second half the Castlefin team came more into the game scoring 1-1 to keep the game within their reach. St. Mary’s pressed and created chances but some wayward shooting only saw them add a further goal and a point, with James Kee thundering a shot into the roof of the net. The team came under some late pressure with two Emmet goals but held on for the win. Training for the team is on Friday night at 6pm with the next game away to Naomh Padraig, Lifford on Wednesday. Final Score:  St. Mary’s 3-9: Robert Emmett’s 3-3.

Team: Paul Kelly, Anthony Bogle, Gavin McLaughlin, Erkia Wilson, Mark Bonner, Dannan O’Kane, Darren Bonner, John Toye, James Kee, Brian McNamee, Jack Blake, Kellan Mathewson, Joseph McGill, Simon McGlynn, James Sweeney

Subs: Corey O’Kane, Luke Witherow, Curtis McBride, Ronan Kelly, Evan Roarty, Ciara McDaid, Dale Lafferty.


Under 14 boys training changed to Friday at 6pm. All welcome.


Under 16’s and minors

The minors played Robert Emmets in Convoy on Monday last. In what was a good overall team performance St. Mary’s were winners on a scoreline of 0 13 to 1 6. Liam Prunty, Ryan Kettle and Eoin Allan were  impressive for St. Marys. The next game is at away to Burt on  Monday night.

The under 16’s play Mc Cumhaills in Ballybofey on Wednesday and also again on Friday night in the Charity Shield final. .


Seniors and Reserves

St. Mary’s seniors had their latest league game at home to Naomh Ultan. Despite a poor first half performance the team managed to be leading at half time on a scoreline of 0-06 to 1 -1. A much improved show in the second half with each player upping their performance saw St. Mary’s run out comfortable winners with a result of 1-12 to 2-4. Best for the seniors were John A Mc Mullan, Padraig Porter Thomas Mc Hugh and Laurence Mc Mullan. Scorers: P. Porter 1 6, J. Doherty 0 2, L. Prunty 0 2, E Kelly 0 1 and L Mc Mullan 0 1. All in the club wish John Anthony a speedy recovery from an injury he received before the end of the match.
The reserves had no game as Naomh Ultan were unable to field.
Next weekend St. Mary’s play Naomh Colmcille at home in the preliminary round first leg of the Junior Championship.