St. Michaels GAA Club notes
A busy week of underage football saw our U14 Girls Boys pick up the two points in the  League with an excellent 3-11 to 0-03 win away to St Nathy's. Also on Tuesday at Monsignor Hynes Park our U11 Boys played a challenge game at home to Boyle and overcame the Roscommon side by a couple of scores. Thanks to Boyle for travelling to Grange for the fixture and we look forward to a return match later in the season. Thanks also to Parents of our U11 Boys for providing refreshments for both teams, management and supporters after the game.

Thursday evening saw our U12 Girls continue their impressive run of form with a 13 to 5 score win against St Mary's while our Minor Boys made the long trip to Curry and in a thrilling game emerged winners by 4-10 to 2-15. The two clubs clashed again on Friday evening this time in the Boys U14 A League and it was a win for Curry on this occasion on a scoreline of 6-15 to 1-10.

Our Junior Girls were beaten by an excellent CT Gaels squad on Sunday morning last.

Fixtures this week see our U12 Boys at home to Eastern Harps on Tuesday 9th at 7.00pm. On Wednesday our U8 and U10 Boys are away to Shamrock Gaels also at 7.00pm. A busy Thursday night sees our Minor Boys home to Tubbercurry/Cloonacool at 7.00pm while at the same time in Banada our U12 Girls have a League quarter final clash against Tourlestrane at 7.00pm.

This Friday evening 12th May our junior men open their Division IV League campaign with a home fixture against Curry at 7.30pm. Manager Mick McElligott assisted by Brian White, Paul Healy and Tommy McGowan have assembled a good squad and will hope to get the season off to a winning start.

Next Sunday with time to be confirmed our senior men are sat home to St Mary's in the Kiernan Cup.
Our  next Club Lotto Draw takes place on Monday  May 22nd at 8.30pm. Thank you to everyone for their continued support for this important fundraiser.   

Our annual "Cash for Clobber" fundraiser coincides with the return of underage coaching. If anyone has old clothes and footwear that they don't need the Club would be delighted to take these. Goods can be left at the Club  rooms on any Saturday morning.

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