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The A.G.M. took place last week, with a large attendance. The chairman’s  and Treasurer’s report’s were read to the meeting.  The Following officers were appointed for 2018. President Jack Devanney, Chairman Fr. Paul Kivlehan, Vice Chairman, Dennis Gormley, Secretary – Eugene Henry, Assistant Secretary Leo Coleman, Treasurer Brendan Kivlehan, Assistant Treasurer Pierce…

15 motions have been submitted by clubs for this year’s Sligo County Convention, which takes place on Thursday, December 14. Six are from Owenmore Gaels and five are from Eastern Harps. Among them, Harps are calling on the club minor league and championship competitions to remain at under 18 level,…

Sunday’s Belfry Senior Football Championship tie between Tourlestrane and Coolaney/Mullinabreena has been switched to Curry GAA Park. The game was originally fixed for Tubbercurry’s Kilcoyne Park, but that pitch has been deemed unplayable with the inclement weather conditions. Throw-in remains at 4pm. Both teams have already booked their place in…

There are plans for a new community cafe in Coolaney, at the foot of the Ox Mountains in County Sligo. Coolaney Development Company has applied to Sligo County Council for planning permission for the single-storey cafe that will measure almost 97 square metres. It will be at the rear of…

Our senior team defeated Tubbercurry at the weekend in the Kiernan Cup, final score 1-12 to 0-14. Next up is Curry Sunday afternoon in the Kiernan Cup, throw in 1pm in Curry. Our junior team defeated Castleconnor last Friday evening, final score 4-8 to 0-9. They take on Castleconnor this Saturdayevening, throw in 7.30pm in Cloonacool. Our U-12 team had an enjoyable blitz last…

Atlantic Breaker landed the opening contest at Downpatrick for Sligo trainer Mark McNiff in good style, rewarding his supporters with success at odds of 11-2. The seven-year-old had twice hit the frame at this venue in his last two starts and under a confident ride from Paddy Kennedy, managed to…