Club Notes 23.08.21
23/08/21 Club Notes-
CLG Naomh Adhamhnáin/St. Eunan’s GAA
The All-County League Division 1 got back underway for our Senior men with a comprehensive win over St. Michael’s in O Donnell Park on Sunday. With goals from Peter Mc Eniff, Eoin Mc Geehin, Kieran Tobin and 2 from Ronan McGeehin, it was a great team win. Well done to all involved.
Hard luck to the Senior Hurlers over the weekend, they played Setanta in the Mens Senior Hurling Championship. Final score was St Eunan’s 0-07 V Setanta 2-25.
The U17’s had another great win against Robert Emmets. Strong performances all over the pitch and excellent teamwork led to a great result. Final score: 2-18 to 0-4. Well done lads. We at St Eunan’s would like to say a huge Thank You to Eamonn Stevenson and Kevin Horan of Stevenson Horan Financial Services for the sponsorship of the new jerseys for our U17 team. Thank you Eamonn and Kevin for you very generous support. Hugely appreciated.
Our U8’s had a great evening of football in Lifford. Our U10’s played St. Michaels in the Bridge. Our U9’s played their first games in MacCumhaill park, playing Mac Cumhaills and Buncrana. Well done to all involved.
It was a fantastic week for St Eunan’s U13 teams. First up our U13 Div 3 team, who beat Downings at O’Donnell Park to clinch the Div 3 title. Well done to Gabriel Duffy and his management team – Garvin Walker, Mark Gallagher, and Paddy Macauley. Well done lads and to everyone involved. Division 3 Champions!
Then our U13 Div 1 became Northern Board Champions! A great victory for our U13’s – coming from 4 points down at halftime to emerge victorious! Final score: St Eunan’s 4-08 to Gweedore 1-10. (4 Goals from Ollie Worth). A huge well done to Pauric Ryan, Aidy Gallagher and PJ Kelly. A proud night for the Club – especially when joint captains Evan Daly and Evan Hickey lifted the cup. Well done everyone – brilliant stuff. Well done to everyone involved in both teams.
A huge thank you to Damian Daly and all at Kernan’s Supermarkets. Who kindly sponsored Training Tops for our U13 Div 1 Team. Thank you so much. A fantastic company that gives so much support to local teams and the community at large
A brilliant result for our Ladies Minor team. Final score: St Naul’s 1-3 St Eunan’s 7-15.
A great result this week for our senior camogie team who had a 1-13 to 1-06 victory against Burt. Well done to Joe and all the squad!
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.
Thanks to everyone who donated so generously to Noah’s fundraiser on Sunday. We were delighted to pass on €2,030 to this worthy cause. Thanks to all the Sunday morning academy, the St. Michaels and St. Eunan’s supporters who gave so much. We wish Noah and his family the best.
St Eunan’s GAA Club are delighted to announce that we are participating in the Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative 2021/22. This initiative is for young people aged between 15-18. Details about the program are available on the link below. We are now looking for tutors to help run the program. We have two female volunteers already and are asking others to consider getting involved especially a few males if possible. If anyone has any questions or would like to get involved, please send us a message on social media or contact any officer and we will get back to you.
St Eunan’s GAA club would like to express our sincere condolences to the family of Danny Doohan, who sadly died in the US yesterday. Danny was great friend and help to many people from Donegal when they were in New York, and he was a great supporter of St Eunan’s GAA Club, when fundraising, down through the years – which was always hugely appreciated. We send our condolences to his family and friends and all at CLG Cloich Cheann Fhaola. Rest in Peace Danny.