St. Molaise Gaels GAA Club notes
Best wishes to our junior men squad who take on neighbours Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in the Junior B Championship final under floodlights in Scarden this Friday October 13th at 8.30pm.  The opposition will be  looking to secure a League and Championship double. Gaels defeated Coolera/Strandhill in the semi-final  and  such has been the excellent work done with this Gaels squad by Manager McElligott ably assisted by Tommy McGowan and Brian White that an upset could be on the cards. 
 
Our Parish League Finals day took place on Saturday last. It was a brilliant conclusion to what has been another very successful year of Bord na nOg activity. Thanks to everyone who turned out on the day, to the Gilmartin, Gillen, Hoey and Herron families for presenting their Cups to our winning teams. Particular thanks to Charlie Brady for all the photos and to those who put such great work into organising the League Charlie Hegarty, Niall O'Connell and especially Ownie Coyle. Thanks also to all the Parents who provide refreshments for the day.
 

On Sunday our U16 Girls put in a thrilling display before going down 4-13 to 5-06 against CT Gaels in the C Championship final in Connolly Park Collooney. We  were eleven points behind at one stage but produced a fantastic comeback to get level with only five minutes remaining. Unfortunately CT Gaels were able to rally with a late goal and a point. Congratulations to the CT Gaels squad and Management. However it was a fantastic display from the St Molaise Girls and we congratulate them on an excellent championship campaign and also thank the Management Team of Gay Kelly, Nicola Hoey and Sorcha McLoughlin for their commitment all season.

 

Our next Club Lotto Draw takes place on Monday  next October 16th. The Jackpot is now 3,100 euros. Thanks to everyone in our Community for the  continued generous support that the club receives for this critical fundraiser.  

Tickets are now available for our "Winter Warmer " Fundraising draw. Tickets are 5 euros for a book of 3 tickets and are available in Grange Post Office, Lissadell Fuels and any Committee Member. Draw will take place on  November 6th 

The Club extend our deepest sympathies to Sean Davey of  Curry and Sligo GAA fame on the sad and tragic passing of his wife Mairead at such a young age. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sean  and family and the Marren family and our colleagues in Curry GAA club.


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