Weekly News 2024
8th July 2024

The Men's Div 1 team continued their good run with a 0-16 to 1-7 win over Eastern Harps in the league. They now play Tubbercurry at home next Saturday at 7.00PM.

The Men's Div 2 team had a one point win over St Michaels last weekend on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-11. The team was: Jack Duignan, Jack Tuohy, Arron Coleman, Sam Tuohy, Gavin McMorrow, Conor Kearns, James Carroll, Brendan Hailstones (0-1), Liam O'Connell, Seamus Hailstones, Darragh Hailstones (0-7), Frankie Quinn (0-3), Eoin Dwyer. Subs: Luke Flynn for E Dwyer, James Foley (0-1) for L Flynn (inj). They now take on Drumcliffe/Rosses Point at home on Friday at 7.30PM.

The Men's Div 3 team lost 2-15 to 2-11 against St Michaels on Sunday. The team was: Eoin Dwyer (0-2), John Craig, Diarmuid Jinks, Sean Kelly, Arron Coleman,  Declan Willis (0-1), Niall Whelan, Brian Dwyer (1-2), Jack Tuohy (1-0), Gavin McMorrow, Keith McMorrow, PJ Regan, Seamus Hailstones, Adrian McCann (0-2), Keith Candon (0-4). Subs: Emmett Dood for PJ Regan, Joris Rooney, Adam O'Carroll.

The U18 boys got their championship campaign off to a winning start with a 3-11 to 1-13 win over Owenmore Gaels. They now play Castleconnor on Tuesday at home at 7.00PM.

The U16 girls had a good win over St Mary's in the Division 1 Shield semi-final on a scoreline of 4-10 to 1-4. They now play Eoghan Rua in the final on Wednesday at 7.45PM in Tubbercurry.

The U15 boys start their championship campaign with a home game against St Johns on Thursday at 7.00PM.

The two U13 boys teams are in action this week with the C team away to Owenmore Gaels on Monday at 7.00PM and the A team taking on Curry away on Friday at 7.00PM.

The U10 and U8 girls play St Molaise Gaels at home on Saturday at 11.00PM.

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Kathleen Sweeney who won €708.

The G4M&O continues every Monday evening 8 to 9.00PM in Riverstown Park. All new members aged over 25 welcome, no experience required. Any questions contact Michelle Mc Morrow 0876157455.

The GAA are partnering with the RNLI and will host a Safety seminar on-line on Thursday 25th July at 7.30PM.

The club wish to sympathise with the family and relatives of Josie Ballantine, Riverstown who passed away at the weekend. A minutes silence was observed in her memory at the games at the weekend.

1st July 2024

The senior Div 1 team had a good 0-9 to 1-10 win over Coolera/Strandhill at the weekend. They now take on Eastern Harps at home next Saturday at 7.00PM.

The senior Div 3 team take on St Michaels away next Friday at 7.30PM, while the Div 4 team also take on St Michaels away next Sunday at 2.00PM.

The U18 boys get their championship underway on Tuesday at 7.00PM away to Owenmore Gaels.

The U16 girls play in A Shield semifinal on Monday at 7.00PM at home to St Mary's. 

The U12 go games phase 2 start this Friday, with the U12 girls at home to St Mary's at 7.00PM and the U11 girls take on St Molaise Gaels away at 7.00PM.

The U11 boys play Eastern Harps at home on Tuesday at 6.45PM.

David Keely, our Club Development Officer finished up with us this week after four months with us. We would like to thank him for the fantastic work he did with the schools in our area and under age teams.

G4M&O continues every Monday evening 8 to 9.00PM in Riverstown Park. All new members aged over 25 welcome, no experience required. Any questions contact Michelle Mc Morrow 0876157455.

The winners of the monthly members draw were, Michael Henry, €125; Michelle McMorrow, €65; Rachel Boyd, €40; Marina Swann and Frank Quinn, €20.

The winners of the 50/50 draw last week was Keelan Flynn who wins €614.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Gerry O'Connor, Drumee, and Conor Torsney, Dromahair who passed away last week. We also express sympathy with the family, relatives and friends of Vanessa Jones who died at the weekend after a tragic accident.  

24th June 2024

Hard luck to Sligo on a great performance against Down just coming up short in the end. Well done to Gaels players involved,  Evan Lyons, Lee Deignan, Shane Deignan, David Quinn and Daniel Lyons and team and management who have put in a tremendous effort this year consolidating their position in Division 3 and reaching the Tailteann Cup Semi-final.

Team of the week goes to the U15 boys who put in a strong performance to win the A Shield final against St Mary's on a scoreline 5-9 to 1-3. The panel was: Eli Rogers, Phillip McManus, Jospeh O'Connor, Ethan Medas, Eoghan Conboy, Daniel Kearns, Eli Cassidy, Míceál Garry, Fionnán Duffy, Eoin Feeney, Cillian Barlow, Dylan McMorrow, Luke Fitzpatrick, Josh McTiernan, David Malone, Leon McMorrow, Dillion Barrett, Clive Barlow, Diarmuid Duffy, Seán Tonry, Harry Brehony and Alan Óg Henry. 

The Senior Div 1 team had an important home win against St Marys on Saturday on a scoreline of 3-8 to 0-10. They now take on Coolera/Strandhill next Sunday away at 5.00PM.

The Senior Div 3 team lost 4-14 to 1-12 away to St Johns on Saturday. The team was Sean Kelly, Shane Barry, Paul Brennan, Shane McCann, Sam Tuohy, Gavin McMorrow, Michael Barry, James Carroll, Patrick Kenny (0-1), Ciaran O'Connor, Conor Kearns (0-2), James Foley (0-2), Steven Willis (0-1), Frank Quinn (1-1), Eoin Dwyer (0-2). Subs: John Craig for S McCann, Declan Willis for S Barry, Conor McMorrow (0-1) for S Willis, Liam O'Connell for C O'Connor, Johnny Quinn (0-2) for J Foley, They now play St Marys at home next Saturday at 7.00PM.

The Senior Div 4 team continued their good run of form with a 2-10 to 3-5 away win over St Johns. The team was: Eoin Dwyer, Jamie Parke, Diarmuid Jinks, Sean Kelly, John Craig (0-2), Niall Whelan, Adrian McCann (0-1), Brian Dwyer (0-1), Gavin McMorrow (1-2), Keith McMorrow (0-2), PJ Regan (0-1), Jack Tuohy (1-0), James Conlon (0-1)They now play Easkey at home next Friday at 8.00PM.

The U16 girls lost 5-6 to 1-3 to CT Gaels last Wednesday. They will now play St Mary's in the Division 1 Shield semi-final on July 1st.

The U13 C boys lost the Cup final to a strong Castleconnor team on a scoreline 5-16 to 3-5.

The U10 and U8 girls play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point away on Thursday at 7.00PM.

The U7 boys and girls play Owenmore Gaels away on Wednesday at 7.00PM. 

G4M&O training continues on Mondays in Riverstown Park from 8 to 9.00PM. Come along for some fun and exercise and great chance to meet new people.

Next Sunday the Gran Fondo cycling event comes through Riverstown with a pit stop in Riverstown Park. We are looking for volunteers for this event - of you can help for a couple of hours please contact Paul Brennan on 083 1164923 or any committee member.

Congratulations to Riverstown U12 Community Games team who had a great win over Coolera in the County final last week and now advance to the Connacht Final. 

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Mary Hamilton who won €769.

The clubs wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Gerry Benson, Riverstown who died recently. 

17th June 2024

This week sees two of our teams in league finals - first up is our U13 C Boys who play Castleconnor in the C Cup Final in St Patricks, Dromard at 6.45PM while the U15 Boys take on St Marys in Collooney on Thursday in the U15 A Shield final at 6.30PM.

The winner of our 50/50 draw last week was Teresa Quigley who won €735.

The Senior ladies lost 0-8 to 4-13 to Eoghan Rua in the ACL League. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Leah Mullaney, Amy Healy. Sophia Rose Henry, Ava Lyons, Lara Swann, Katie Gilligan, Isobel Clark, Ciara Gilligan, Erin Mullaney, Ceili Faughnan, Leanne Galvin, Penny Barlow, Hannah Willis, Ruby Clark. Subs used: Kate Breheny, Roisin Kearns, Eillis O'Connor, Aaleasha Sweeney.

The Men's Senior Div 4 team had a good 1-6 to 0-8 win over Coolera/Strandhill last Friday. The team was: Eoin McDermott, Jamie Parke, Diarmuid Jinks, Sean Kelly, John Craig (0-1), Declan Willis, Aaron Coleman (0-1), Andrew McGrievy, Patrick Kenny, Jack Tuohy (1-0), Brian Dwyer (0-1), PJ Regan (0-1), Callum Kennedy, Keith Candon (0-2), Paul Ryan. Subs: Emmett Dodd, James Conlon. They now take on St Johns away next Saturday at 5.00PM.

The Men's Div 3 team take on St Johns away this Friday at 8.00PM.

The Men's Div 1 team take on St Mary's at home next Saturday at 7.00PM. 

The U16 girls play CT Gaels away on Wednesday at 7.00PM.

The U11 boys play in a Blitz on Tuesday against Bunninadden and Tourlestrane at 7.00PM in Bunninadden.

The U10 girls play CT Gaels at home next Saturday at 11.00AM.

The U9 boys have blitz a on Wednesday against Buninaden and Tourlestrane away. 

Good luck to the U12 Riverstown Girls Community Games team who play in the county final this week

Congrats to local councillors Liam Brennan, Gerard Mullaney, Thomas Walsh and Thomas Healy on their election last weekend. 

The club is delighted to promote a Swim Ireland and Sligo Sport and Recreation initiative to encourage adults into open water swimming at Lough Arrow. Classes start on 27th June - check out social media for more information.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Mary Flynn (nee Cogan), Cairns Hill and formerly of Ballindoon, Riverstown who passed away at the weekend.

10th June 2024
The Healthy Club 'Tea in the Park' will resume tomorrow Monday in Riverstown Park at 10.15AM, weather permitting. Everyone welcome to attend for a walk or just a cup of tea.

The Senior Div 1 team lost 1-9 to 0-6 away to St Molaise Gaels last weekend, The team was: Jack Duignan, Oisin Conlon, Aaron McKenna, Shane Barry (0-1), Sam Tuohy, Karl McKenna, Paul Higgins, Conor Kearns, Patrick Kenny, Johnny Quinn (0-2), Conor McMorrow (0-1), Daniel King, James Foley (0-1), Darragh Hailstones (0-1), Ciaran Kenny.

The Senior Div 3 team also lost to St Molaise Gaels on Friday on a scoreline of 1-6 to 1-9. The team was: Jack Duignan, Shane Barry, John Craig, Jamie Parke, Jack Tuohy, Gavin McMorrow, Aaron Coleman, Patrick Kenny, Conor Kearns, Brian Dwyer, James Foley, Sean Kelly, Paddy O’Grady, Frank Quinn, Eoin Dwyer.
The two U14 girls teams finished their league campaign last week. The division 2 team lost to Coolera/Strandhill while the division 3 team lost to St Farnans/St Pats.

The U13 A boys lost 0-18 to 3-12 to St Johns in the quarter final of the league last Thursday. The U13 C boys play in the cup semi-final on Monday against St Marys in Riverstown at 7.00PM.
The two U12 girls teams will take part in Sligo LGFA festival of fun this coming Saturday. The U12 team play Curry at 10.00AM while The U11 team play Eoghan Rua at 11.00 with both games in Tubbercurry.
The U11 boys play Castleconnor on Tuesday in Riverstown Park at 7.00PM.
The U10 and U8 girls play Geevagh away on Wednesday at 7.00PM.
The U9 boys play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point away on Wednesday at 7.00PM.
Our U7 boys and girls had their first game of the year hosting Ballymote and Eastern Harps in a blitz last Saturday. Some great skills on display with children experiencing their first game for the club.

Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others continues on Mondays from 8.00 to 9.00PM in Riverstown Park. No experience required. All new players welcome. Any queries contact Michelle Mc Morrow 0876157455.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.
The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Peter Coleman who won €1,470 while we also donated €1,470 to 'Climbs for Kevin'.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Sr. Mary Saint David McGann, Nazareth House Convent and formerly of Riverstown and Michael Clarke, Riverstown who died recently.
3rd June 2024

The Senior Ladies are back in action in the ACL league next Sunday against St Michaels at 10.30AM in Riverstown Community Park. 

The Senior men Div 1 team lost 5-12 to 1-10 away to Curry in the second round of the league. They now take on St Molaise Gaels away next Saturday at 7.00PM.

The Senior men Div 4 team lost narrowly to Enniscrone last Saturday on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-10 having led all teh way until the closing stages. The team was: Sean Kelly, Jamie Parke, Diarmuid Jinks, Arron Coleman, Shane McCann, Aodhan Eivers, Jack Tuohy, Brian Dwyer, Paddy O'Grady (1-2), Keith McMorrow (1-1), PJ Regan, Callum Kennedy, Keith Candon (1-3). Subs: James Conlon for PJ Regan and Paul Ryan for C Kennedy. 

The Senior Men Div 3 team take on St Molaise Gaels on Friday at 7.00PM in Riverstown Park.

The U16 girls recorded a good 1-12 to 2-3 win over St Nathys last Thursday.

The U15 boys lost the A semi-final to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on a scoreline 4-8 to 2-8 in difficult weather conditions. 

The U14 girls Division 2 side lost their final group game to St Molaise Gaels. They now play Coolera/Strandhill in the Shield semi-final away on Tuesday at 7.00PM. The Division 3 team polay St Patrick's/St Farnans on Wednesday at 6.30PM in Riverstown Park.

The U13 C boys won their final group game against Castleconnor last Friday. It was a very competitie game with the sides level after the first and second quarters however the Gaels pulled away to win on a scoreline 6-18 to 3-12. This now sees them qualify for Cup semi-final. The U13 A boys play St Johns on Thursday at 6.30PM in Riverstown Park in the league quarter-final.

The U11 and U9 boys enjoyed great games against St John's last week while our U10 and U8 girls travelled to St Mary's for three highly entertaining games. 

Good luck to Cloghogue N.S. whose boys team compete in the Cumann na mbunscoil 3/4 teacher final this Saturday while the girls team from Cloghogue and boys team from Sooey contest the shield finals over the coming weeks.

Best wishes to all commencing their leaving and Junior Cert exams this week particularly all the Gaels players.

Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others continues on Mondays from 8.00 to 9.00PM in Riverstown Park. No experience required. All new players welcome. Any queries contact Michelle Mc Morrow 0876157455.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Niamh Higgins who won €764.

27th May 2024

Well done to the U18 boys who won the B2 Shield final last Thursday with a 0-17 to 0-8 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena. The team was: Sean Kelly, Joseph O'Connor, Liam McDermott, Tadhg Kenny, Míceál Garry, Aaron Coleman (0-1), Daniel Kearns, Jack Tuohy, Jack Brehony (0-1), Joris Rooney, Darragh McKeon (0-10), Josh Mc Tiernan (0-2), Matthew Potter (0-1), Troy Kelly, Rian Conway (0-1), Jack Barrett (0-1), Eoin Feeney, Charlie King, Conor Feeney and Diarmuid Feely.

The Senior Div 3 team had a good 3-11 to 1-12 away win over St Pats in the first round of the league on Sunday. The team was; Sean Kelly, Shane McCann, Declan Willis, Shane Barry, Sam Tuohy (1-0), Gavin McMorrow, Jack Tuohy, Patrick Kenny, Conor Kearns (0-2), Seamus Hailstones (0-1), Darragh Hailstones (0-3), Arron Coleman (0-1), Conor McMorrow (0-3), Frank Quinn (1-1), Brendan Hailstones (1-0). Sub: John Craig for S Barry.

The Senior Div 1 team lost 1-7 to 0-13 to Collaney/Mullinabreena in the first round of the league last Saturday. The team was: Daniel Lyons (0-1), Oisin Conlon, Paul Higgins, Shane Barry, Michael Barry, Ciaran Kenny (0-1), Daniel King, Dillon McDermott (0-1), David Barlow, James Carroll, Conor McMorrow, Brendan Hailstones (0-2), Johnny Quinn, Steven Willis (0-2), James Foley. Subs: Darragh Hailstones (1-0) for J Carroll. Karl McKenna for J Quinn, Sam Tuohy for S Barry. 

The U16 girls play St Nathys on Thursday at 7.15PM in Riverstown Park.

The U15 boys had a good win over St Molaise Gaels on a scoreline of 4-18 to 3-12. They now play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in the A Cup Semifinal on Tuesday at 7.30PM in Riverstown Park.

The U14 girls Division 2 team were narrowly defeated by St Nathys last Tuesday on a scoreline of 2-6 to 1-12. They now play St Molaise Gaels away on Monday at 7.00PM.

The U13 A boys lost 4-9 to 1-9 to Curry last Friday while the U13C boys had a good win over Easkey. They now play Castleconnor away on Friday at 6.45PM.

The U11 boys are away to St John's on Tuesday at 7.00PM.

The U10 and U8 girls play St Marys away on Thursday at 7.00PM.

The U9 boys play St John's on Wednesday at 6.30PM in Riverstown Park.

Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others continues on Mondays from 8.00 to 9.00PM in Riverstown Park. No experience required. All new players welcome. Any queries contact Michelle Mc Morrow 0876157455.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Diarmuid Jinks who won €711.

The winner of our monthly members draw for April were: €125: Vincent Henry, €60: Brian McDermott, €40: Hilary Lyons, €25: Liam O'Connell, €25: Michelle Quigley. The winner of the May draw were: €125: Seamus Cawley, €60: Vivion Boyd, €40 Elizabeth Quinn, €25: Paul Brennan, €25: Michelle McMorrow.

The club wish to express sympathy with the McGoldrick family, relatives and friends on the passing of Johnny McGoldrick, Carraroe.

13th May 2024

The G4M&O returns this Monday evening at 8.00PM in Riverstown Park, all new members welcome for a fun way to get some exercise and meet new people.

The winner of last weekend's special Bank Holiday draw was Eamon Jinks who won €1,000.

The Senior ladies had a good win over Owenmore Gaels in the final group game of the league. After a tight first half, the Gaels took control in the second half and ran out winners on a 2-18 to 2-19 scoreline. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Ava Lyons, Amy Healy, Katie Gilligan, Jade Lyons, Aoife Morrisroe, Leanne Galvin, Ciara Gilligan, Isobel Clark, Roisin Kearns, Naomh Quinn, Erin Mullaney, Aaleasha Sweeney, Hannah Willis, Penny Barlow. Subs: Louise Robertson, Chloe McTiernan, Amy Brehony, Kate Brehony, Leah Mullaney. 

The U18 boys had a good win over St Pats on a scoreline of 6-17 to 1-13 last Tuesday. They now play Coolaney/Mullinabreena on Tuesday away at 6.30PM.

The U16 girls play St Nathys away on Thursday at 7.00PM.

The U15 boys had a good 2-11 to 2-9 win over St Mary's last Thursday. They will participate in the Division 1 of Féile on Saturday in Scarden.

The U13 A boys lost 5-12 to 2-15 to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point while the U13 C team drew 5-10 to 3-16 to Owenmore Gaels last week.

The two U12 girls teams enjoyed two great games against Drumcliffe/Rosses Point this week. They will now play St Nathys away on Friday at 6.15PM and 7.15PM.

Congratulations to the children from Sooey who had their communion on Saturday last and best wishes to the children from Riverstown and Cloghogue who will make their Communion next Saturday. 

Well done to Aughanagh Celtic on their 2-1 win over Ballisodare in the Cup final on Sunday, their first Cup Final win in over 30 years. 

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Liz Scanlon, Ross Road who died at the weekend.

6th May 2024

The Senior ladies play their final league game next Sunday against Owenmore Gaels at 10.30PM in Riverstown Park.

The Senior men lost 5-14 to 1-8 to St Molaise Gaels in the Spring League last Saturday.

The U18 boys had a good 5-8 to 4-8 win over Tourlestrane last Thursday. The team was: Seán Kelly, Joseph O'Connor, Adam O' Carroll, Conor Feeney, Diarmuid Feehily, Steven Smith, Daniel Kearns (0-1), Jack Tuohy, Aaron Coleman (1-1), Joris Rooney, Jack Brehony (1-1), Míceál Garry, Darragh McKeon, Josh McTiernan (2-2), Matthew Potter (0-2) Subs:  Rian Conway (0-1), Eoin Feeney (1-0), Charlie King, Troy Kelly, Jack Barrett, Liam McDermott. They now play St Pats away on Tuesday at 7.00PM.

The U16 girls drew against St Mary's last Tuesday.

The U15 boys play St Marys away on Thursday at 7.00PM.

Both U15 girls and boys team's participate in Sligo Féile competition next Saturday.

The U14 girls Division 2 team play Curry away on Tuesday at 7,00PM.

The U13 boys both recorded wins this week. The U13 A team defeated St John's on a scoreline 3-15 to 3-5 while the C team had a good win against St Pats on Monday on a scoreline 5-12 to 1-10. The U13 A team play Drumcliff/Rosses Point away next Sunday at 12.30AM while the U13 C team play Owenmore Gaels away on Wednesday at 7.00PM.

The two U12 girls teams play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point away on Wednesday at 6.30PM and 7.30PM.

The U11 and U9 boys enjoyed some great football last week against St Molaise Gaels. They now play St Marys away this week on Tuesday and Wednesday at 700PM.

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Martin Baker who won €679.

29th April 2024
The Senior ladies had a good 1-7 to 1-4 win over Geevagh in the ACL league on Saturday. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Katie Gilligan, Amy Healy, Eillis O’Connor, Ava Lyons, Ciara Gilligan, Sophia Rose Henry, Ruby Clark, Isobel Clark, Roisin Kearns, Penny Barlow, Erin Mullaney, Aalesha Sweeney, Hannah Willis, Leah Mullaney. Subs used: Kate Breheny, Ceili Faughnan, Louise Robertson. They play Geevagh again away on Bank Holiday Monday at 10.30AM in the league. Best wishes to Ruby Clark who sustained an injury during the game.
The Senior men lost narrowly to Coolera/Strandhill on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-9 in the Spring League. They now play St Molaise Gaels on Saturday at 7.00PM in Riverstown.
The U16 girls are away to St Mary's on Tuesday at 7.00PM.
The U14 girls Division 2 team lost to St Mary's last week despite a great second half performance. The U14 Girls Division 3 team lost to a strong Calry/St Josephs team last Monday.
The U13 A boys are way to St John's on Friday at 6.30PM while the U13 C boys are away to St Pats on Monday at 6.30PM.
The U11 boys play St Molaise Gaels away on Tuesday at 7.00PM while the U9 boys are away to St Molaise Gaels on Wednesday at 7.00PM.
Best of luck to the children in Sooey, Cloghogue and Riverstown who make their confirmation this week.
G4M&O returns on Monday 13th May in Riverstown Community Park from 8-9PM. This is open to all ladies over 25. No experience required and this is a fun way to get some exercise and meet new people. Any queries contact Michelle McMorrow on 087 6157455.
The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Veronica McTiernan who won €716.
Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.
We wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Gus Hamilton, Ballygawley who died last week.
22nd April 2024

We had another enjoyable day out at the Sligo/Galway game on Saturday with the Senior members of our community, organised by our Healthy Clubs Committee. Thanks to all who helped, especially the County Board, Eamonn McMunn, Pat Clifford and John Prenty of Connacht Council.

The Senior Ladies had an exciting 2-11 to 3-8 draw with CT Gaels on Sunday in the league. The team was: Kate Breheny, Amy Healy, Ellie McDermott, Eillis O'Connor, Sophia Rose Henry, Aoife Morrisroe, Jade Lyons (0-3), Isobel Clark, Ruby Clark, Roisin Kearns, Naomh Quinn (0-4), Erin Mullaney, Ceili Faughnan (0-2), Hannah Willis (0-2), Penny Barlow (1-0). Subs used: Mairead Tuohy, Saoirse Mullaney, Katie Gilligan, Leanne Galvin (1-0). They now play Geevagh next Saturday away at 7.00PM.

The Senior men lost 2-8 to 0-18 in the Spring League. They now play Coolera/Strandhill away next Saturday at 6.30PM

The Junior team lost 0-17 to 1-7 away to Eastern Harps in the Spring League last Friday. The team was: Sean Kelly, Shane McCann, Paul Brennan, Jack Tuohy, San Tuohy, Declan Willis, Gavin McMorrow, Conor Kearns, Patrick Kenny, Ciaran O'Connor, Daniel King, Aaron Coleman, Johnny Quinn, Frank Quinn, James Foley. Subs used: John Craig, Michael Barry, Darragh Hailstones, Seamus Hailstones, Brendan Hasilstones.   

The U18 boys drew 3-6 to 2-9 with Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Thursday. The team was:- Seán Kelly, Tadhg Kenny, Conor Feeney, Míceál Garry (0-2), Daniel Kearns, Diarmuid Feely, Jack Tuohy (1-0), Aaron Coleman (0-1), Joris Rooney, Matthew Potter, Fionnan Duffy (0-2), Jack Barrett (0-3), Seán Duffy (0-1) subs used Rian Conway (1-0) and Eoin Feeney.

The U16 girls lost 6-6 to 1-10 away to Eoghan Rua in the opening league game.

The U15 boys lost 5-11 to 5-4 to St John's in the league.

The U14 girls Division 3 team play Calry/St Josephs away on Monday at 7.00PM while the U14 girls Division 2 team play St Marys away on Wednesday at 7.15PM.

The U13A boys defeated Eastern Harps 7-13 to 5-3 last Friday. The U13 C boys lost 5-8 to 2-6 to St Molaise Gaels last Monday in very difficult conditions.

The two U12 girls teams had  two very entertaining games against St John's last Friday. They now play Eoghan Rua away on Friday at 6.15PM and 7.15PM.

The U9 boys play Eastern Harps on Wednesday at 7.00PM in Keash. 

G4M&O returns on Monday 13th May in Riverstown Community Park from 8-9PM. This is open to all ladies over 25. No experience required and this is a fun way to get some exercise and meet new people. Any queries contact Michelle McMorrow on 087 6157455.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Deirdre Healy who wins €695.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie 

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Pat Hannon, London and formerly of Castlebaldwin who died recently.

15th April 2024

All games this weekend were postponed due to weather conditions. 

The Junior men take on Eastern Harps away on Friday at 8.00PM in the Spring League while the Senior men take on Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on Sunday in Riverstown Park at 2.00PM in the Spring League.

The Senior Ladies play CT Gaels next Sunday in Riverstown Community Park at 10.30AM in the league.

The U18 boys lost to a strong Owenmore Gaels side last Thursday. They now play Coolaney/Mullinabreena away next Thursday at 6.30PM.

The U16 girls start their league campaign on Thursday away to Eoghan Rua at 7.00PM.

The U15 boys had a good 4-10 to 3-3 win over Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in their opening game league last week. They now play St John's away on Tuesday at 6.30PM.

The club are delighted to be in a position to field two u14 girls teams this year. Our Division 3 team lost to a strong CT Gaels team last Monday.

Both U13 boys teams got their league campaigns off to wining starts last week. The U13 A defeated St Marys 3-8 to 2-8 in very difficult conditions last week and now play St John's away on Friday at 6.30PM. The C team recorded a 6-8 to 0-7 win over St John's and now play St Molaise Gaels away on Monday at 6.30PM.

The U12 girls team had a very enjoyable game against St Mary's in the opening round of go games last Friday. This Friday both U12 girls teams play St John's away - the  U11's at  6.15PM and the U12's at 7.15PM.

The U11 and U9 boys played Coolera/Strandhill last week. The U9 boys play Eastern Harps away this Wednesday.

The underage coaching continues every Saturday in Riverstown Park.The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Eamonn Jinks who won €681 in a special Bank Holiday draw.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie 

8th April 2024

The Senior Ladies recorded their second win in the league over Coolera/Strandhill in difficult conditions at Ransboro. In a tight game, the Gaels pulled away at the end with two late goals. The final score was 3-7 to 1-4. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Amy Healy, Ellie McDermott, Hannah Willis, Naomh Quinn, Aoife Morrisroe (0-1), Ciara Gilligan (0-1), Ruby Clark, Isobel Clark, Erin Mullaney, Lara Swann (0-3), Jade Lyons (1-1),Roisín Kearns, Penny Barlow (1-1), Chloe McTiernan (1-0). Subs: Katie Gilligan, Ellis O'Connor, Leah Mullaney. They now play Owenmore Gaels next Sunday in Riverstown Park.

The Junior team had a good 3-17 to 0-7 win over Ballymote in the first round of the Spring League. The team was: Sean Kelly, Paul Brennan, Jack Tuohy, Gavin McMorrow, Declan Willis, Sam Tuohy (1-1), Conor Kearns (0-2), Patrick Kenny (0-1), Daire Kearns (0-3). Daniel King, Aaron Coleman (1-1), James Foley (0-4), Frank Quinn (1-4). Subs: Steven Willis (0-1), Ben Tuohy, Jack Duignan, Johnny Quinn. Well done to Sean Kelly, Jack Tuohy, Sam Tuohy and Aaron Coleman who made their Senior debuts in this game. They now take on Owenmore Gaels next Friday at 7.00PM in Riverstown Park.

The underage coaching started last Saturday in Riverstown Park and continues every Saturday.The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Damien Davey who won €1,000 in a special Bank Holiday draw.

Registration is now open for 2024 Cul Camp which takes place from 29th July to 2nd August in Shamrock Gaels Park. Register now to secure your place on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie 

Well done to Sligo on a comfortable win over Leitrim at the weekend and congrats to Lee Deignan who made his championship debut.

1st April 2024

The underage coaching season gets underway this Saturday 6th April in Riverstown Park. The U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

The Senior Ladies had a good 2-8 to 1-8 win over Curry in the first round of the league on Sunday. The team was:- Kate Brehony, Sophia Rose Henry, Ellie McDermott, Hannah Willis, Ava Lyons, Aoife Morrisroe (0-1), Leanne Galvin, Isobel Clark, Ruby Clark, Erin Mullaney (1-1), Naomh Quinn (0-2), Penny Barlow, Róisín Kearns, Aaleasha Sweeny (0-1), Jade Lyons. subs: Céilí Faughnan 1-03, Mairéad Tuohy, Amy Healy, Eilís O'Connor, Hannah Hargadon and Leah Mullaney. They now play Coolera/Strandhill away next Sunday at 10.30AM.

The U18 boys start their league campaign on Thursday away to St Johns at 6.30PM.

The U14 girls play St Pats/St Farnans in the opening league game on Tuesday at 6.30PM in Dromard.

The Men's Junior team take on Ballymote away in the Spring League on Friday at 6.30PM while the Senior Men take on St Molaise Gaels on Saturday at 4.00PM in Riverstown Park in the Spring League. 

The winner of last week's 50/50 draw was Michele Tuohy who won €736. 

The winners of the monthly members draw were: Frank Quinn, €125; Michael Tonry, €65; Eimear Kearns, €40; Sarah Kearns, €25; Keith McMorrow, €25. 

It was with sadness that we learned of the passing this week of two former club officers, John Moore, Ballisodare and Joe Gildea, Riverstown. John was a former Chairperson of our Bord Ná Nóg and was also involved in coaching in the club. A minutes silence was held at the recent Club meeting in John's memory. Joe Gildea had a long association with the club down through the year and also served as Treasurer of our Bord Ná Nóg. We express sympathy with their families, relatives and friends on their passing. We also express sympathy with the family, relatives and friends of Noreen Currid, Dublin and formerly of Sooey who passed away last week.

25th March 2024

Well done to the Senior ladies who got the season off to a winning start with a 3-12 to 0-8 win over Eastern Harps in the warm up league. The team was: Kate Brehony, Katie Gilligan, Hannah Willis, Leah Mullaney, Sorcha Mullaney, Naomh Quinn, Ciara Gilligan (0-1), Ruby Clark (0-1), Isobel Clark (1-1), Róisín Kearns (0-1), Erin Mullaney (0-2), Penny Barlow (0-1), Céilí Faughnan (0-3), Aaleasha Sweeney (2-1), Chloe McTiernan (0-1).  Congrats to Katie Gilligan, Penny Barlow and Aaleasha Sweeney who made their competitive debut today for the Senior team. They now take on CT Gaels next Sunday in the first round of the league at 10.30AM. 

It is just two weeks now to the start of our new coaching season with our nursery program starting on Saturday 6th April in Riverstown Park. U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

As part of our ongoing efforts to include all members of our community in our activities, we are hoping to start fun coaching sessions for children with additional needs and their families. If you are interested or know any family who may be interested, please DM us or contact Marina Swann on 086 8589048.

Reminder to all parents that the closing date for registration of 31st March is fast approaching and you need to register on foireann - If you have issues with registration on the app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The men's season kicks off on Thursday with the U18's taking on St John's away at 6.30PM while the Seniors kick off the Spring League the following weekend with a home game against St Molaise Gaels.

The winner of last week's 50/50 draw was Mary Jinks who won a whopping €1,062.

18th March 2024

It is just two weeks now to the start of our new coaching season with our nursery program starting on Saturday 6th April in Riverstown Park. U6 and U7 Boys and Girls start at 9.45AM to 10.30AM, U9 Boys start at 10.00AM to 11.00AM while the U8 and U10 Girls are on from 10.30AM to 11.30AM - all welcome.

As part of our ongoing efforts to include all members of our community in our activities, we are hoping to start fun coaching sessions for children with additional needs and their families. If you are interested or know any family who may be interested, please DM us or contact Marina Swann on 086 8589048.

Reminder to all parents that it is essential to register now on foireann before the start of the season. All players aged U6 up to adult need to register to ensure they are insured - players/coaches can't take the field unless they are registered. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA and players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The season kicks off next Sunday with the Boys U18's taking on St John's away at 5.00PM. 

The winner of last week's 50/50 draw was Tara Gallagher who won €766. Enter now for the bonus St Patrick's weekend draw with a guaranteed prize fund of €1,000.

11th March 2024

We held our senior awards night in McDermott's, Castlebaldwin last Saturday where Noel Gallagher, Vice Chairperson of the County Board presented our Men's senior team with the 2023 Division 1 winners medals. Ciaran Kenny was presented with the Boyd memorial cup for Senior player of the year by Brian Boyd on behalf of the Boyd family. Bridie Connolly presented Aarron McKenna with the Intermediate Player of the year on behalf of the Connolly family while John Joe Connolly presented  Niall Henry with the Junior Player of the Year award on behalf of the Connolly family. The Devina Duncan memorial Cup for Ladies player was awarded to Louise Merrick with the award presented by Simone Moss to Sharon Merrick on behalf of Louise. Congratulations to all the winners.

We also formally inducted former Chairperson, Seamus Cawley into our Hall of Fame. Current Chairperson, Andy Kearns read the citation on the night and the full text can be seen in this weeks Sligo Champion and Weekender and will be posted on line shortly.

Well done to Gaels players who starred with various teams during the week. First up was Coola U17 Team winning the B all Ireland Soccer final with a strong representation of Gaels players, Jade Lyons won the Ladies HEC O'Connor Cup with DCU, Ruby Clark won the Moynihan Cup with ATU Sligo, while Sophia Rose Henry starred at full back in Sligo LGFA U16 team's win over Galway on Saturday - well done to all. 

Reminder to all parents, coaches and players that it is essential to register now on foireann before the start of the new season. All players aged U6 up to adult need to register to ensure they are insured - players/coaches can not take the field unless they are registered. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA and players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Andy Hannon who won €680.

The club wish to express sympathy with Sligo GAA Chairperson, Sean Carroll on the passing of his mother, Maureen at the weekend. Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam dílis.

4th March 2024

Reminder, we are in the last few days where you can purchase National Club draw tickets - purchase though your foireann log in or contact Mary Quinn on 086 3757626 to secure your ticket with a chance to win a car and many more prizes.

We will be holding the 2023 Senior awards night next Saturday 9th March in McDermott's, Castlebaldwin at 9PM where we will present the Senior Div 1 league medals along with Player of the year awards - all welcome to join us on the night.

Reminder to all parents, coaches and players that it is essential to register now on foireann before the start of the new season. All players aged U6 up to adult need to register to ensure they are insured - players/coaches can not take the field unless they are registered. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA and players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Shanara Middleton who won €710.

Good luck to the 25 members who are participating in the couch to 5K over the next 6 weeks.    

The club wish to express sympathy with the family, relatives and friends of Michael John Walsh, Ballymote who died last week. Michael John played with Sooey and won a Foley Cup in 1965. Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.

26th February 2024
The winners of our monthly members draw were, Sean McHugh, €125, Cormac Kearns, €65, Paul Higgins, €40, Keith Candon €25 and Keith Mc Morrow €25.

Welcome to our new Club Development Officer, David Keely who joined us this week and will be working with the schools in the area along with assisting all our underage coaches for the season ahead.

Reminder to all parents, coaches and players that it is essential to register now on foireann before the start of the new season. All players aged U6 up to adult need to register to ensure they are insured - players/coaches can not take the field unless they are registered. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA and players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The National Club draw is entering its final week. Tickets are available from any club member but you can also purchase though your foireann log in. 100% of ticket sales are retained by the club and will be invested back into our underage structures. We would encourage all members and supporters to support this is any way you can. Tickets are €10 each with option to buy anywhere from 1 to 10 on the app.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Meave Lyons who won €624.  

We will be holding the 2023 Senior awards night in McDermott's, Castlebaldwin on Saturday 9th March at 9PM where we will present the Senior Div 1 league medals along with Player of the year awards - all welcome to join us on the night.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family, relatives and friends of John Joe Coen, Ballintogher, Joe Kelly, Dromahair, 
Micheál Killoran, Ballyfarnon, Ricky Devine Jnr, Keash and Lily Collery, Ballygawley who died recently.

19th February 2024
Registration is now open for 2024 and can be completed in www.foireann.ie - all coaches and players aged U6 up to adult need to register to ensure they are insured in advance of the new season - players/coaches can not take the field unless they are registered. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the foireann app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The club is participating in the National Club Draw for a first prize of a car. Tickets are available from any club member but you can also purchase though your foireann log in. 100% of ticket sales are retained by the club and will be invested back into our underage structures. We would encourage all members and supporters to support this is any way you can. Tickets are €10 each with option to buy anywhere from 1 to 10 on the app.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Majella Muldowney who won €676.  

The final amount raised from our St Stephen's Goal mile walk was €1,439 with over €630,000 raised nationally which will go towards providing humanitarian and development programmes for people across the world facing the devasting impact of disease, climate change and conflict - thanks to all who contributed to this worthy cause.

We kick off our Couch to 5K this week in conjunction with Sligo Sports Partnership starting Wednesday 21st in Riverstown Park. The cost is €30 for 6 weeks. Please contact Marina Swann to register your interest.

We will be holding the 2023 Senior awards night in McDermott's, Castlebaldwin on Saturday 9th March at 9PM where we will present the Senior Div 1 league medals along with Player of the year awards - all welcome to join us on the night.

The club wish to express sympathy with the Hever and Quigley family, relatives and friends on the passing today of Betty Hever, Carrickbanagher. We also express sympathy with Finbar McCormack and the McCormack family on the passing of Finbar's brother Harry in Monaghan last week and with Terese Duignan and family on the passing of her brother in law, John James Duignan, Longford. 

12th February 2024

Registration is now open for 2024. You can register via www.foireann.ie for all players aged U6 up to adult including coaches. Fees remain unchanged from last year. Girls playing U10 and above (born 2015 or earlier) need to register as LGFA players and girls born 2016 and after need to register as GAA. All boys should register as GAA. If you have issues with registration on the foireann app please contact Michelle McMorrow or Mary Quinn.

The club is participating in the National Club Draw for a first prize of a car. Tickets are available from any club member but you can also purchase though your foireann log in. 100% of ticket sales are retained by the club and will be invested back into our underage structures. We would encourage all members and supporters to support this is any way you can. Tickets are €10 each with option to buy anywhere from 1 to 10 on the app.

The winner of last weeks bumper Bank Holiday 50/50 draw was Seamus Flynn who won €1,034.  

We will be hosting a Couch to 5K in conjunction with Sligo Sports Partnership starting on Wednesday 21st February in Riverstown Park. The cost is €30 for 6 weeks and a registration night will be held tomorrow Monday 12th in Riverstown Park between 7.30PM and 8.30PM. If you can't make this time to register, please contact Marina Swann to register your interest.

As part of our Healthy Club initiatives, we have been successful in an application for a social initiative between the GAA and Specsavers to establish a connection between older and more vulnerable members of our community. Under this initiative, we plan to organise a trip to the Sligo NFL game against Antrim in Markievicz Park on Sunday 25th February. We plan to organise a bus, tickets and some refreshments on the day and it would be great if we could reach out to members of our community who would be interested in this trip - please contact Marina Swann on 086 8589048 if you know someone who may be interested.

We will be holding the 2023 Senior awards night in McDermott's Castlebaldwin on Saturday 9th March at 9PM where we will present the Senior Div 1 league medals along with Player of the year awards - all welcome to join us on the night.

The club wish to express sympathy with the Dwyer family, relatives and friends on the passing of Colm Dwyer, Ross at the weekend and to the Hargadon family on the passing of Michael Hargadon, England and formerly of Castlebaldwin who died recently.

5th February 2024

We held our annual underage awards ceremony last weekend where we presented winning medals to U13 Boys A Shield League and Championship, U14 Girls A Championship, U18 Boys B Shield and U18 Girls C Championship winners. We also presented player of the year awards to U10, Victoria Barlow, Daithi Scanlon, U11, Savannah Cox, Brian Merrick; U12, Ciara Byrne, Aaron Brehony; U13, Leon McMorrow; U15, Eoghan Conboy; U16, Orlaith Scanlon; U17, Aaron Coleman and U18, Hannah Willis. Overall winner was Katie Gilligan. Congrats to all and thanks to the Kearns family for sponsorship of these awards.

The winner of last weeks 50/50 draw was Brendan Moloney who won €715. 

We continue with Ireland Lights up in Riverstown Park on Mondays and Thursdays at 7.30PM - everyone welcome.

We will be hosting a Couch to 5K in conjunction with Sligo Sports Partnership starting on Wednesday 21st February in Riverstown Park. The cost is €30 for 6 weeks and a registration night will be held on Monday 12th in Riverstown Park between 6.30PM and 7.30PM. If you can't make this time to register, please contact any committee member. 

As part of our Healthy Club initiatives, we have been successful in an application for a social initiative between the GAA and Specsavers to establish a connection between older and more vulnerable members of our community. Under this initiative, we plan to organise a trip to the Sligo NFL game against Antrim in Markievicz Park on Sunday 25th February. We plan to organise a bus, tickets and some refreshments on the day and it would be great if we could reach out to members of our community who would be interested in this trip - please contact Marina Swann on 086 8589048 if you know someone who may be interested.

The club was saddened to learn of the passing of Michael Boyd, Letterkenny at the weekend. Michael would have played for the Gaels in the early days of the club and we express sympathy with Vivion, Pat and Alexis and all of the Boyd family and friends on Michael's passing. We also express sympathy with the family of Ellen Moran (nee Gaffney), Swords and formerly of Gleann who dies recently.

29th January 2024

We continue with Ireland Lights Up on Monday's and Thursday's at 7.30PM in Riverstown Park - everyone welcome!!

The winners of our monthly members draw were, December: €125, Michael Tuohy; €65, Patrick O'Grady; €40, Johnny Kenny; €25, Adrian Brehony and Lauri Quinn. January: €125, Glen McDermott, €65, Jacinta Kelly; €40, Brenda Parke, €25, Keith McMorrow and Conor McMorrow. Join now through our website.

The club is participating in the National Club Draw and tickets are now in circulation for €10 each with a first prize of a car and many other great prizes.100% of the proceeds go to the club, If you are registered on Foireann, you can purchase the tickets through the portal.

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Joanne Brehony who won €547. Play Here

We would like to remind people never to click on any links to streaming in our facebook  posts comments. The bots are particularly active now that the national leagues are up and running. 

Laura Brennan has been appointed Irish Language and Cultural officer for the year ahead.

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of JJ O'Connor, Ballintogher, Eileen O'Gara, Boyle, Helen Coleman, Ballinafad and Padraig Brennan, Clare and formerly of Castlebaldwin, all of whom died recently.

22nd January 2024
We are hosting Ireland Lights Up again this year on Monday's and Thursday's at 7.30PM in Riverstown Park - everyone welcome and we would particularly welcome people who do very little exercise who want to get the New Year off to a healthy start.

The club is participating in the National Club Draw and tickets are now in circulation for €10 each with a first prize of a car and many other great prizes.100% of the proceeds go to the club, If you are registered on Foireann, you can purchase the tickets through the portal.  

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Sinead McGuire who won €702. Play Here

15th January 2024
The club are pleased to announce that Liam Gilmartin has been appointed as Senior Ladies team manager for the coming season. He will be joined by Fiona Lyons, Majella Muldowney and John Quinn. We wish Liam and his management team the best of luck for 2024.

The 2023 underage awards will be presented on Sunday 21st Jan at 4.30PM in Riverstown Hall. We will also be presenting winners medals to U13 Boys A Shield League and Championship, U14 Girls A Championship, U18 Boys B Shield League and U18 Girls C Championship. 

The club will be participating in the National Club Draw and tickets are now in circulation for €10 each with a first prize of a car and many other great prizes.100% of the proceeds go to the club.  

The winner of the 50/50 draw last week was Eugene Carroll who won €620. Play Here

The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Tom Burke, Ballintogher and Trevor Clancy, Castlebaldwin who died recently and we also express sympathy with the family of Muriel Conboy, Ballygawley on her tragic passing.

8th January 2024
We are pleased to announce Shane King has been confirmed as our Senior Men's team manager for 2024. Shane has been coach with the team for the last two years and now takes over as Manager. He is joined by his backroom team of selectors, Pat McTiernan and Keith McMorrow, Coach, Alan Doherty and S&C Coach Joe Quinn. We wish Shane and his team the best of luck for the year ahead. 

The winner of last weeks 50/50 special New Year's draw was Liam McTiernan who won €1,118. Thanks to all who continue to support our draw which has proven to be a great success with a guaranteed winner each week. Thanks also to the many club members behind the scenes who administer the draw each week. Play Here

The club will be participating in the National Club Draw and tickets are now in circulation for €10 each with a first prize of a car and many other great prizes.100% of the proceeds go to the club.

Well done to Lee Deignan who made his competitive debut for Sligo Senior team at the weekend in the FBD League against Roscommon.

The club wish to express sympathy with Tom and Marie Brouder, Tubbercurry on the passing recently of Tom's father, Tom, Limerick. We also express sympathy with the family and relatives of Kathleen Costello, Sooey