St. John's GAA Club notes

 Senior Football     

Our Burns Cars-Skoda sponsored senior team began their quest for the Owen B Hunt Cup in Curry on Sat when they took on title holders Tourlestrane and despite an encouraging performance they were defeated by 0 -13 to 0 – 7. The champions, fresh from their Div 1 League title win, went into this game as firm favourites but our lads put in a determined showing and held their own for long periods of the game. Michael McNamara and his management team can be well pleased with this improved display and can now look forward to meeting Calry-St Josephs in a crunch game which is due to take place in Scarden next Sunday with a throw-in time of 1.00. St Johns line-out; N O’Donnell; O Cox, E Roche, N Walsh; N Hayes, P McNamara, R Fahy; J Murphy(0-1), D Burke; B Mc Gowan, D Rooney(0-4), T Kelly(0-1); C Greene(0-1), S Stenson, C Harrison; Subs used D Smith for Walsh inj; A Keane for Stenson; P Murphy for Fahy; M Rooney for Kelly                                                                                                                                                                                          

Under 14 Boys

Our U14 boys had a good win over Geevagh/St Michaels in Ballintogher on Friday last when they overcame the home team on a 6 - 4 to 4 – 3 scoreline.

Minor Football

Our U18 minor team had their game against Geevagh/St Michaels postponed and it will now take place on Tuesday 14th in Geevagh  

Under 16 Boys Football

Our under 16 team had a great victory over Castleconnor by 6 – 8 to 2 – 12 in St Brendan’s Park last week and having played Tourlestrane in Cuilbeg on Monday, they welcome Easkey/Enniscrone-Kilglass to Stenson Park on Monday 13th.


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