Ballinamore (@1.12) vs Drumreilly (@6.5)

Our Prediction:

Ballinamore will win

Ballinamore – Drumreilly Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 11:30

Special thanks to the organising committee, cyclists and of course everyone that sponsored us on the day. Special thanks to all of our intrepid cyclists that took the long and the hard way to Roscommon on Sunday, thankfully the weather was good and our support team of mechanics and medical staff was not needed with all of our cyclists making it to the Hyde in time with little or no injury and just a thirst for pints.

It was great to see Louis Quinn team captain defying his years and delivering a fitting speech to the assembled crowd thanking his team, the opposition and the mentors. Well done to the MacDiarmada Gaels boys and girls who won the Cross County cup on Saturday in Pairc Sean. The team defeated a very good Rinn Gaels team on the day playing some great football, they never gave up in a match that was played in warm conditions and required extra time to find a winner giving it their all.

Time is nearly upon us for the start of this years Connacht Feile with the first round of games to be played on Friday the 28th of June, the club will be hosting JK Brackens from Tipperary and Erins Own Castlecomer from Kilkenny.

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He will be dearly missed by his heartbroken wife Karen, his parents Tommy & Teresa, sisters Elaine, Majella, Leona and his beloved twin Emma, parents-in-law Joe & Rita Guthrie, sisters-in-law Michelle & Danielle, brothers-in-law, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews and his extended family. Patricks Church, Ballinamore on Monday evening arriving at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 12 noon followed by burial in Oughteragh cemetery, Ballinamore. Suddenly and unexpectedly in Croatia. 'Spike' was loved far and wide and he will be sadly missed by all his neighbours, work colleagues, those who knew him through his many sporting endeavours and by his huge circle of friends. (Family time thereafter). Reposing at his family home in Tarmon, Ballinamore on Monday, August 5th from 12 noon until 5pm. Removal to St.

Sunday games will be fixed for 12 noon, 1.30 pm and 5 pm. there can be no deviation from this schedule.Games on Friday nights will be fixed for 8.30 pm in Cloone.Saturday games will be fixed for 5.30 pm and 7 pm up to quarter-final stage. Competitions commence on Friday, July 26th as the 2018 County Senior Champions Aughawillan face-off with Aughnasheelin in Cloone at 8.30pm. CCC Liatroma has publicised the schedule of group matches for the Connacht Gold SFC, Smith Monumentals IFC and Vistamed JFC A and B. CCC has also made it clear that in order to facilitate people booking time off from work etc.

All credit to the girls for their performance and hopefully they will not be to disheartened as I am sure there will be plenty more finals for them in the future. The girls put in an excellent performance and were just beaten on the day by a very strong team. Well done to our u12 girls who were in action on Sunday in the Championship final against St Bridgets in Pairc Sean. The final score was 1:07 to 0:14 with St Bridgets goalie denying a couple of goal scoring chances at the end.

The Relegation Series pairings have also been decided and these ties are scheduled to take place later in the month. Following this evenings results in the Connacht Gold Leitrim Senior Football Championship, the quarter-final pairings have been decided and these matches will be played on Sunday next, September 15th, at venues and times to be confirmed by CCC Liatroma at a later stage.

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It was a hard-fought draw for the senior lads on Saturday in Cloone when they took on our neighbours Drumreilly in the second round of this years championship. As was expected Drumreilly were a stern test and led by 1 point at half time with the score 0:07 to 1:05. Both team continued to trade points before Drumreilly scored an important goal to lead by three with 14 mins of the second half gone. The second half started well for Drumreilly with the adding a couple of quick points to give them a three-point lead, the lads rallied and after 10 minutes the sides were level. It was nip and tuck for the rest of the game with the lads levelling and then taking the lead only for Drumreilly to level near the end, with the final score 1:12 to 2:09.

Well done to our young hurlers who were in action in the Tain u13 final against a very good Warronpoint team. It was a tough match for the lads who eventually lost to this very experienced team, the lads never gave up and fought to the bitter end and showed how far they have progressed over the last year and it was fitting that Kian McGovern received the man of the match award at the end.

The Drumreilly U-12 Team who won the Rural Championship title for the first time in December 1994.Back, from left Gabriel Mitchell, Shane Mitchell, Declan Gannon, Damien Maxwell, Kevin Holahan, Declan Maxwell, Damian McGovern, Padraig Fee, Mary McKeon, Jennifer Reilly, Linda Reilly.Middle row Damian Mitchell, Tomas Fee, Michael Quinn, James Holahan, Derek Donegan, Adrian McGirl, Frank Holahan, Damian Holahan, Nigel Maguire, Noel Darcy, Sean Quinn.

Well done to the lads on a fantastic victory on Saturday evening against Gottletteragh, the lads won by a score of 3:12 to 0:14, the result leaves us second in the league one point behind Mohill, the next couple of weeks will be busy for the lads with two games a week first up this week is a match against Melvin Gaels at 20:00 on Wednesday evening followed by a match on Saturday at 1900 against St Marys.

2017 Leitrim Senior Football Championship

Special thanks to Kiltubrid GAA for joining us for a blitz in Ballinamore on Saturday with u9 and u7 taking part. Training for U9 and U11 continuous on Monday evening at 19:00. All the children played and had a great time, thanks to all the mentors for coming and a big shout out to some of our nursery players who made their debuts today well done all.

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