The club will be hosting ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ on 17th November in the Clayton Hotel – this will be a major fundraising event for the upkeep and maintenance of Coola and also the gaelic pitch in Riverstown Park – please support. 

The Intermediate team take on Castleconnor next Saturday at 6.30PM in the final group game of the Championship. 

The club will host a club forum this Friday 8th September at 8pm in Coola Complex (beside school). We are looking to get input from the community into all aspects for the future development of the club and this is a great chance to have your say. All are welcome, parents, players and members of the community and we look forward to seeing you there. For further details you can contact Michelle on 0876157455.

The honours this week go to the Girls U18 team who defeated Owenmore Gaels 4-18 to 2-8 in the final of the B Championship. Despite having lost to the same opposition two weeks previously in the group stages, the girls gave an outstanding performance right from the start and never looked like losing the game. Well done to all involved and to managers Edel Lyons and Michelle Tuohy for their work this year. This is the third minor title in a row and the future of Ladies football in the club looks bright. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Aoife Morrisroe, Sarah Walsh, Lisa Callaghan, Jade Lyons, Chloe McTiernan, Lousie Merrick, Roisin Durey, Rachel Boyd (0-5), Roisin Kearns (0-1), Erin Mullaney (1-2), Makayla McLoughlin (2-8), Mairead Tuohy (1-2): Subs: Sheona Leydon, Jane Benson, Isobel Clark, Laoise King, Katy McCann. 

The Senior team advanced to the semi-final of the Championship with a hard fought draw against Castleconnor last Saturday. In a game that was end to end with plenty of opportunities at both ends, the Gaels had been four points behind but fought back to go two points up only to see Castleconnor fight back to earn a deserved draw. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Colin Harte, Declan Willis, Keith McMorrow, Ciaran O’Connor, Frank Quinn (0-1), Conor Merrick, Paul Higgins, Joe Henry, Liam O’Connell (1-0), David Quinn (0-6), Andy Flynn, Johnny Quinn (1-0), Joe Quinn (0-4), Daire Kearns. Subs: Darragh Hailstones for C O’Connor.

The Girls U16 team had an impressive 4-15 to 3-5 win over Eastern Harps in the Championship last Thursday. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Leah Monaghan, Ellie McDermott, Laoise King, Danielle McGovern, Chloe McTiernan, Amy Healy, Jade Lyons, Ceili Faughnan, Jane Benson, Erin Mullaney, Isobel Clark, Mia O'Regan, Makayla McLoughlin, Nadine Hargadon. Subs: Aine Kearns for M O'Regan, Jessica Crowley for N Hargadon, Grace O'Carroll for D McGovern. 

Hard luck to the boys U14 team lost 3-7 to 6-7 to Tubbercurry in the quarter final of the B Championship. 

The Girls U14 drew 8-11 to 8-11 to Tourlestrane in the Championship last week. The team was: Emma O'Carroll, Eimear Kelly, Kate Breheny, Meghan Potter, Eleanor Murphy, Andie Brady, Lara Swann, Ellie McDermott, Ceili Faughnan (4-2), Ruby Clark, Nadine Hargadon (1-4), Nola Eivers (0-1), Maeve Lyons (1-1), Ana McCann (2-3), Amy Willis.  Subs: Emma Crowley, Aine Cogan, Lucy Williams, Jade McMorrow. 
   
Hard Luck to the Boys U12 Div 1 Team who lost the Cup Final to St Marys last week. We were down by six points after the first quarter and left ourselves with a lot of work to do, but the team battled bravely making a great comeback only to see St Mary's pull away in the final quarter. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Jack Tuohy, George Barlow, Niall Kenny, Ciaran Kenny, Sam Tuohy, Oisin Conlon, Daniel King, Ryan Parke, James Foley, PJ Scanlon, Steven Smith. Thanks to Johnny Kenny, Brendan Tuohy and Marky Tuohy for their work with the team this year.

The club will be hosting ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ on 17th November in the Clayton Hotel – this will be a major fundraising event for the upkeep and maintenance of Coola and also the gaelic pitch in Riverstown Park – will be officially launching soon.

The lotto draw stands at €1,900 with the next draw this Saturday in Sean Macs. Tickets are also on sale for €5 with a first prize of 2 Tickets for the All Ireland Final - available from any club member.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of former Sligo Champion editor, Seamus Finn who dies last week.