EIRE OG ANNACARTY GAA
Eire Og Camogie - Congrats to the Eire Og Intermediates that captured the Kilmacud All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Sevens Title in Glenalbyn on Saturday evening last. After beating Portumna (Galway) 0-10 to 1-03, Kilmessan (Meath) 5-06 to 1-00 and Ballinderry (Derry) 2-03 to 2-02 to win the group, they in turn beat St Joseph’s (Armagh) 5-17 to 0-02 in the Quarter final, Creggan (Antrim) 2-07 to 1-04 in the Semi –Final before overcoming Kilmessan (Meath) in the Final 6-05 to 4-06.
Team: Sarah O’Neill, Kelly Aherne, Tina Roche, Orlagh Walsh, Mary O’Dwyer, Anne O’Dwyer, Ciannait Walsh, Siobhan O’Neill, Sheelagh Carew, Catriona Fitzgerald and Lenny Fitzgerald (Manager)
Eire Og Annacarty GAA Club - Well done to Eire Og Senior Hurlers on their victory over Borrisoleigh last Saturday to qualify for the County Championship quarter-finals.
Senior Hurling: County quarter-final v Portroe this Sunday, September 23, in Semple Stadium at 7.30pm.
Senior Football: County Championship v Arravale Rovers to be fixed within the coming weeks. Check press for further details.
Yoga classes resume at Grange Hall on Tuesday, September 25, from 6.30pm to 7.45pm. All levels welcome. For more details, please contact Louise on 0833341832.
If you would like to have your notes submitted, please contact Eva Hartigan on 0863541192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively drop a note into the box in Frank Hughes shop in Grange village. All contributions must be received by Saturday at 6pm.
SEAN TREACY’S GAA
Minor Football - Hard luck to our minor footballers in combination with Emly who were defeated by Clonoulty Rossmore in West Minor football final on Wednesday last on a scoreline of 2-14 to 3-03
Intermediate Hurling - In county quarter final we will play Ballybacon-Grange as a result of their South final victory over St Mary’s on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-11. Date and venue to be announced.
Junior Football - In junior A football championship we have qualified for semi-final which is due to be played in next few weeks.
Sean Treacys Juvenile GAA
U14 Plate Hurling - Our U14 Hurlers won the plate competition in Cappawhite last Saturday beating Rosegreen on a score line of 6-09 to 1-01. It was a good all round team performance. Tea: Stevie Carr, Conor Nolan, Shane Stapleton, Pat Hayes, Mike Hayes, Aaron Ryan, Eamonn Carr, Simon Maher(Capt), Mickie Feehan, Dylan Ryan, Paul Ryan, Christy Egan, Pat O’Toole, Patrick Carey, Brendan O’Dwyer. Subs (All Used). Donal Quigley, Aiden Fahey, James Rochford and Philly Deegan.
U16 Hurling - Our U16 combo with Emly exited the Championship last Monday night after a hard fought battle with Clonoulty on a scoreline of 1-16 to 0-08. Our lads were in the game until 10 minutes from the end but the concession of a soft goal and Clonoulty’s big match experience helped them in the end.
Butler Cup - Now that our U14 season is finished we hope to run off our annual Butler Cup in the next few weeks, so training will continue.
Lotto - The Juv. Club are still looking for people to help sell club Lotto tickets as this benefits our youngsters greatly. Jackpot is currently €8600.
Training - Training continues every Saturday morning 10.30am for 8s and 10s. Great to see so many new children joining lately. All other training times we be texted so please reply.