27/09/21 Club Notes-
CLG Naomh Adhamhnáin/St. Eunan’s GAA
The Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Senior Football Championship continued at the weekend when the Senior A and Senior B teams made the short trip to The Burn Road on Saturday. Both teams came away with good wins and both managers and teams should be very happy. The Senior A team won by 9 points with a score line of 0-8 to 2-11, goals scored by Eoin and Darragh. Conor Jnr with 5 points and Conor Snr with 2 points. The Senior B team came away with a great win with a score line of 1-09 to 4-19. They will both now face Aodh Ruadh on Sunday evening at home. Good luck to both teams and management. Ádh mór oraibh.
Well done to Anthony Gallagher on making the team of the Championship after the Kilcar game-a great performance, Anthony.
Hard luck to the Junior A team who were beaten by Na Dúnaibh on Saturday in O’Donnell Park.
Hard luck to the Senior ladies who were narrowly beaten on Sunday in the Intermediate championship by Aodh Ruadh-final score was 2-07 to 1-07.
The Century Complex Sunday Morning Academy continues to take place each week for 4–10-year-olds at 11am. The hurling and camogie academy is on every Friday evening 6.30 to 7.30. New players always welcome from u5’s to u13’s. Helmets & Hurls provided. Camogie training will take place for U12/13 on Tuesday 6pm and Friday 6.30, U14 is on Monday at 7pm and U16/Minor/Senior takes place on Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm. All new players are welcome to join. Thanks to all the coaches and helpers each week, it is much appreciated.
St Eunan’s GAA Club extend our deepest sympathy to former player, captain, and Senior Team manager, Brendan Kilcoyne, on the passing of his father Mickie. Mickie was a great GAA man and was a regular at big St Eunan’s championship games down through the years. Also, everyone at the Club would like to express their sympathies with Cathal, Máire and all the Greene family on the sad passing of Kathleen Tarpey (née Greene), Cathal’s sister. Finally, the club wishes to pass on its condolences to the Harvey family from Thorn Road and Church Lane on the passing of Joe. Sympathy is extended to Donnan, Odhrán and Caolán and the rest of the family. May they all rest in peace.