Easkey GAA Club notes

U8-U10

Training has resumed on Saturday morning at 10 on the Astro Turf in Owenbeg for all U8 and U10s. Any parents interested in getting their children involved should call to training or alternatively contact Tommy Lavelle on 0877710536

U12- U14

Training has resumed for the u12 and u14 teams during the week.  Easkey u14s played in a Pella tournament on Tuesday night in Enniscone. Easkey had two teams in the tournament of which one got to the final, but unfortunately lost by 1 point. Best of luck to Thomas Rolston and the management team for the coming season.

U16  

The Easkey/ Enniscrone-Kilglass u16s are back training on Monday nights in the AstroTurf in Enniscrone. Best wishes to Eamon Connolly and Brian Taylor who are part of the management team for the coming year.

Minor

Easkey/ Enniscrone-Kilglass minor footballers began their 2018 season with a hard-fought 1-10 to 1-6 win over Tourlestrane on Sunday. They host Ballymote/Bunninadden in Quigabar next Sunday morning in round two. Best of luck to both the management team and players for the coming season.

Senior

Our senior team is back training in preparation for the Benson cup games and Division 2 league games coming up in March and April.

Senior Hurling

Easkey take on Carrick Hurling Club (St Marys) in Senior Hurling on Saturday @ 12 o’clock in Easkey pitch. There has been no Senior Hurling club in Easkey since the 80s, so it is great to see it making a comeback. Easkey were victorious in 1961 and 1962, winning 2 senior hurling championships in Sligo so best of luck to the management and players for the upcoming season.

Underage Hurling

Underage Hurling training continues during the week as follows.

Saturday morning – u8s, u10s - 11.15am – 12.

Saturday morning - u12, u14s - 12-1 pm

Monday night u12-u14 8-9 pm in the factory (see Easkey/St Farnans page on Facebook)

 

 

Parade

The St. Patrick's Day Parade takes place in Easkey Village is on Saturday the 17th March at 3pm. All Floats, groups and walkers, will meet at Saint James’ Church Car Park from 2pm onwards.



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