Tubbercurry GAA Club notes
Results.
U16; Tubbercurry/Cloonacool 9-7 1-6 Shamrock Gaels.
Minor; Tubbercurry/Cloonacool 3-16 0-6 Easkey/Enniscrone.
Tubbercurry/Cloonacool  3-7 2-18 Ballymote/Bun.
Senior; Tubbercurry 0-16 0-14 St. Molaise Gaels.
Tubbercurry 2-16 1-11 St. Mary’s.
Well done to our seniors who have qualified for the Kernan Cup final and also remain unbeaten in the league while playing a good brand of attacking football.
Our minors have now finished their league campaign. This has been a very disappointing run for this team, finishing bottom of the table without a win. They have been in decline for the past while and are really showing very little desire to halt the decline. Let’s hope they can change things around in the championship as they are well capable of doing so.
Well done to our U16s who’ve qualified for the A shield final with an emphatic win over Shamrock Gaels. This team have continued to show a never say die attitude which was evident in their four league games in the group stages. Their final will be a bigger challenge when they come up against Drumcliff/Rosses Pt, a team they’ve already had a titanic battle with this year. 
Fixtures.
14th May @7pm Our U12 teams play CooleraStrandhill in Ransboro.
15th May @7pm Our u8/10s play Eastern Harps in Tubbercurry.
18th May @7:30 Our seniors play Coolaney/Mulnabreena in the Keenan cup final in Bunninadden Community Park.
Quiz.
Thanks to everyone who attended our Feile fundraising quiz in Murphys Hotel. While the turnout was disappointing it was a very enjoyable night. Thanks to the winning teams who put their winnings back into the fundraising pot and also a big thank you to everyone who sponsored raffle prizes. 
Next up is a fun run from Kilcoyne Park to Cloonacool Community Park which will be followed by refreshments and a game of coaches versus players. More details to follow.
Feile.
Our u14 team will be hosting Devenish St. Marys from Fermanagh in the upcoming Feile which takes place from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th June.
Kilcoyne Park.
Reroofing of the stand and sanding and spiking of the main pitch is now complete. Attention now turns to the the upgrading of the training pitch to match standard. This involves draining,resurfacing and fencing. This will result in the training pitch being closed for up to two years and will come as a major financial investment by the club. Phase two and three will follow. This will hopefully result in a facility that with serve the club and it’s members for many years to come.
Sligo GAA.
Best of luck to the Sligo senior and junior footballers and the senior hurlers who are in action next weekend. Well done to the Sligo ladies who got back to winning ways last weekend with a win over Leitrim.


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