Drumcliffe/Rosses Point GAA Club Notes
Sunday, June 11th, 2017
Good luck to our club captain Neil Ewing as he leads Sligo out against Antrim this Saturday evening in round 1A of the All-Ireland football qualifiers. The match is live on Ocean FM from 5pm.
The Sligo ladies team are also in action in the Connacht Intermediate football championship against Roscommon the same day. Best of luck to our club players involved – Rachel Monaghan, Sinéad Regan and Michelle McNamara.
A four-goal blitz by the junior men’s footballers in the closing 10 minutes plus a match-winning point by Seán Flanagan with the last kick of the game gave DRP a dramatic one-point victory over Curry in Curry, in Division 4 of the league last Saturday evening. That makes it four wins our of four so far. We host Owenmore Gaels this Sunday in Oxfield at 1pm. Last Saturday’s team was: Shane Creamer, Eunan Cannon, Shane Flanagan, Hugh Kisby, David Collins, Aaron McCormack, Paddy Gormley (Player-Manager), Declan Gallagher, Joseph Keyes, Colin Ginty, Jack McDermott, Hughie Cannon, Tom Armstrong. Sub used; Seán Flanagan for Jack McDermott.
It’s a big week ahead for our Benbulben Gaels U14 hurlers as they head to County Wexford to represent Sligo in the All-Ireland Féile na nGael 2017. The team will play matches against Horeswood GAA Club, Our Lady’s Island/St Fintan’s and Michael Dwyers in Division 5. We wish the players, management and travelling families a very enjoyable weekend. Full match details will be available on our Facebook page.
Our boys U14 footballers booked their place in the ‘A’ league semi-finals thanks to a fine 2-12 to 1-6 win over St Molaise Gaels last Thursday. Ballymote Round Towers will be our semi-final opponents.
The girls U14 footballers picked up their third win of the league campaign with a comprehensive victory over St Farnan’s at Oxfield last Tuesday. The team travel to play Curry in their final round robin match this Tuesday evening at 7.
The boys U12 footballers entertain St Molaise Gaels in the league this Tuesday evening at Oxfield at 7pm.
Well done to the Rathcormac NS Cumann Na mBunscol football team who won their semi-final against Ballymote last Thursday. The final is scheduled for this Sunday in Markievicz Park.
Our thanks to the Calry/St Joseph’s and St Molaise Gaels who joined us in Oxfield last Saturday for a very enjoyable girls Under 8/10 football blitz.
The Benbulben Gaels U12 hurlers recorded a 0-6 to 0-5 win away to Tubbercurry last Tuesday.
The club congratulates Darragh Kivlehan on his marriage to Roisín Fitzgerald in Killarney last Friday and wishes the happy couple every success for the future. It’s nice to know that the club has a new hotline to the Kingdom for All-Ireland final tickets from now on!