Drumcliffe/Rosses Point Club notes Monday 8th July

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Our senior men's footballers made it six wins from six in Division 2 of the league with a 1-15 to 1-8 win over Owenmore Gaels at Oxfield last Saturday. They remain joint-top of the table with Enniscrone/Kilglass. The team travel to Highwood this Saturday evening (July 13th) to play Geevagh at 7pm.

The senior team's opening championship match will be against Curry on the weekend of August 24/25th. DRP has a bye in round 1 of the round-robin phase this year.

Our junior men's team got a walkover v St Pat's in Division 3 at the weekend. Next up is a trip to Shamrock Gaels on Friday evening.

Our junior women's footballers travel to south Sligo this Saturday evening to play CT Gaels in a Division 4 league play-off. Throw-in is at 7pm.

The DRP girls U16 footballers play Curry in a Shield play-off this Wednesday night in Ballisodare at 8pm.

The championship starts this week for our two boys U15 football teams as they play St Mary's in their respective opening matches at Oxfield on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

Our girls under 14 Division 1 team begin their championship next Monday evening, away to St Nathy's at 7pm. The Division 4 team (team 2) play Eoghan Rua in west Sligo next Tuesday evening, also at 7pm.

Our boys U13 footballers made a winning start to their 'A' championship campaign last Friday evening in Oxfield with a 3-13 to 0-10 win over St Mary's.

DRP hosted an boys U11 football blitz at Oxfield last Saturday, featuring visiting clubs from counties Donegal, Leitrim and Mayo. Special thanks to St Eunan's, St Mary's Kiltoghert, Melvin Gaels and Ballina Stephenites for making the journey. O'Brien & Associates kindly sponsored all the silverware on the day , which was a big success in its inaugural year. Thank you to all the parents and club volunteers who helped make the event such an enjoyable one.

Our girls U8 and U10 football teams continue their series of Go Games matches this Friday evening against Shamrock Gaels and CT Gaels respsectively.

Our final Saturday All-Stars coaching session before the mid-summer break takes place at Rathcormac this Saturday (July 13th) at the usual times. We'll then take a break for a few weeks - before resuming on Saturday, August 17th.

Our Annual Golf Classic returns on Friday, August the 16th at the Bomore Course at Co Sligo Golf Club in Rosses Point. It's a nine hole scramble - and is open to both adult and juvenile players. Teams of four (Adults €25 & Juveniles €15). There will be four timeslots on the day: 08:30, 11:30, 14:30 & 17:30. The timesheet goes live on drp.gaa.ie and social media pages this week where you book your preferred time. It will also be shared by the DRP club team message groups and coaches.

Good luck to the DRP players involved in the Sligo U16 team who play Offaly in the Fr Manning Cup this Saturday in Scarden at 12 noon.

The Club Meeting for July will take place on Monday, July 22nd in Oxfield at 8:30pm.

The club extends deepest its deepest condolences to the Leonard family in Carney, following the passing of Stephen Leonard last week; to the Regan family following the death of John Regan (Drum Road) - and to the Job family in Carney following the passing of Ocky Job -all over the past seven days.

Have we missed something? Contact Club PRO Austin on 087685521 by whatapp/text/carrier pigeon or email pro.drumclifferossespoint.sligo@gaa.ie