Weekly News 2019
7th Jan
The annual Bord Ná Nóg awards presentation take place on Saturday January 19th in Riverstown Hall at 8.30PM. Winners medals will be presented to the U18 boys, U18 girls, U16 boys and U12 boys along with runners up medals to the U14 boys and U12 girls teams as well as the player of the year awards. 
John McPartland has been re-appointed as Senior Team manager for the coming year, we wish John well for the year ahead. 
The Junior team management are looking for additional selectors to get involved in the team this year. Anyone interested in getting involved at this level should contact Lauri Quinn on 087 2684044. 
The winners of the December members draw were Nigel Hargadon, Vivion Boyd and Paul Quinn while the winners of the special Christmas members draw were Glen McDermott, Mairead Tuohy and Eimear Kearns. 
The annual dinner dance takes place on Feb 2nd in the Clayton Hotel at 8.30PM, tickets go on sale this week at €25 and with demand expected to be high this year, important to get your ticket early. 
Tickets are in circulation for the National Club Draw for €10 each. This is one of the club's main fundraising activities for the year with 100% of the money going to the club. The first prize is a car with many other great prizes. Tickets should be returned to any committee member by Jan 31st.
The lotto jackpot stands at €5,400 with the next draw in Des McDonaghs this Saturday 12th January. 
The club wish to express sympathy with Josephine Taylor on the death recently of her sister Kathleen Hardy, Ballybofey.

14th Jan
The annual Bord Ná Nóg awards take place next Saturday January 19th in Riverstown Hall at 8.30PM. Winners medals will be presented to the U18 boys, U18 girls, U16 boys and U12 boys along with runners up medals to the U14 boys and U12 girls teams and the player of the year awards. 
The Dinner Dance takes place on Feb 2nd in the Clayton Hotel at 8.30PM, tickets are now on sale at €25 and with demand expected to be high this year, important to get your ticket early from any Committee member.
Tickets are also in circulation for the National Club Draw for €10 each. This is one of the club's main fundraising activities for the year with 100% of the money going to the club. The first prize is a car with many other great prizes. Tickets should be returned to any committee member by Jan 31st.
The club is seeking anyone who is interested in taking up refereeing. Anyone interested should contact Club Chairman, Lauri Quinn. 
There were no winners in the lotto draw last weekend. The numbers drawn were 6, 1, 22, 26 with the house draw won by Dermot Cogan. The jackpot now stands at €5,500 with the next draw in Sean Macs on Saturday 26th January.

21st Jan
There are only two weeks left to the Dinner Dance on 2nd February in the Clayton Hotel. Tickets are available for €25 from any committee member.  Medals will be presented to the Senior Team who won the Intermediate Championship and championship runners up  medals will be presented to the Senior Ladies team along with the Player of the year awards. We will also be inducting a stalwart of the Club, Michael Reynolds into the Hall of Fame. Michael has been a tremendous servant to the club serving as county board delegate for many years and an ever present member of the committee. We look forward to honouring Michael on the night.  
The annual Bord Ná Nóg awards presentation took place last Saturday evening with County Manager, Paul Taylor presenting winners medals to the U18 boys, U18 girls, U16 boys and U12 boys along with runners up medals to the U14 boys and U12 girls teams. The player of the year awards went to U10, Penny Barlow, Rian Conway; U12, Louise Roberston, Jack Barrett; U14, Nola Eivers, Conor McMorrow; U16, Jade Lyons, Conor Kearns; U18, Meabh McDermott, Dylan Willis. Dylan also won the overall Player of the Year award. Thanks to the Kearns family of their continued sponsorship of these awards in memory of Leo & Phil Kearns. Thanks to Paul Taylor for giving up his time to present the awards in what has been one of the most successful years in the club's history at underage level. 
Congrats and well done to Easkey on a great win in the All Ireland Junior semi-final.
Tickets are in circulation for the National Club Draw for €10 each. This is one of the club's main fundraising activities for the year with 100% of the money going to the club. The first prize is a car with many other great prizes. Tickets should be returned to any committee member this week. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €5,500 with the next draw this Saturday 26th in Sean Macs. 
It was with sadness that we learned of the passing of Padraig Scanlon, Riverstown after a long illness. Padraig was a great community man and will be sadly missed. We express our sympathy with his wife Liz and family. Ar dheis de do raibh a anam. The club also wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Seamus Cunnane, Ballygawley who died last week.

28th Jan
It was the end of an era this week with the passing of our long serving President, Tommy McDermott after a brief illness. The club provided a guard of honour at the funeral and club members had the privilege of carrying Tommy on his final journey. We wish to express our sympathy with his wife Doreen, daughter Ann and sons, John, Kevin, Thos, Niall and Donie and the wider McDermott family on their loss. Ní bheidh a leithéid aris ann. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
The dinner dance takes place this Saturday in the Clayton Hotel at 8.00PM. Tickets are available for €25 from any committee member. Medals will be presented to the Senior Team who won the Intermediate Championship and championship runners up medals will be presented to the Senior Ladies team along with the Player of the year awards. We will also be inducting a stalwart of the Club, Michael Reynolds into the Hall of Fame. Michael has been a tremendous servant to the club serving as county board delegate for many years and an ever present member of the committee. We look forward to honouring Michael on the night.
4th Feb
Thanks to everyone who attended our Dinner Dance in the Clayton Hotel last Saturday.  It was a most enjoyable night with special guests Michael Reynolds and family to honour Michael and his induction into the Shamrock Gaels Hall of Fame. We were also joined by special guests, County Board Chairman,  Brendan Leonard, Secretary, Bernardine McGauran and Sligo LGFA Development Officer, Ted Maloney. Keith McMorrow won the Senior player of the year and he was presented with the Vincent Boyd memorial Cup by Vivion Boyd. The Junior player of the year was Mark Kearns and he was presented with the Connolly family memorial cup by Anthony Connolly. The U21 player of the year was Patrick Benson and he was presented with the Karl Galvin memorial cup by Liam Galvin. The Ladies player of the year was Rachel Boyd and she was presented with the Davina Duncan memorial cup by Bernardine McGauran. The Ladies team were presented with their Championshp runners up medals by Ted Maloney while the Senior Mens were presented with their championship winning medals by Brendan Leonard.
Thanks to the Clayton Hotel for the excellent meal and facilities and thanks to Ursula Lyons and Michael Brennan who organised the event. Thanks also to Andrew Kearns who prepared and delivered the excellent citation to honour Michael.
There was no winner of the lotto draw last week. The numbers drawn were 12, 15, 16, 22. There was 2 match 3 winners, Denise Quinn and Mary McDermott while Gretti Kelly won the house draw. The next draw is this Saturday in McDermotts, Castlebaldwin with the jackpot at €5,600.
The winners of the monthly draw were Michael Brennan, Mark Tuohy and Ciaran Garry.
The club wish to express sympathy with Paddy Kelly, Riverstown on the death recently of his sister Eileen Dolan, Blackrock and we also espress sympathy with Doreen McDermott on the death recently of her sister-in-law Evelyn Kilfeather.

11th Feb
Registration for 2019 takes place this Friday 15th from 6.30PM to 8.00PM and on Saturday 16th from 10-12AM. The registration is for Boys and Girls from U6 to U18 who wish to play football this year. The cost is the same as last year, €35 per player up to a maximum of €100 per family. It is important that parents use the opportunity to signup at these two sessions to avoid the club having to follow up on registration in the months ahead. Contact Michelle McMorrow for further details on 087 6157455.
Hard luck to Easkey on Saturday. It was not to be your day, however you have done Sligo proud in what you have achieved this year.
There was no winner of the lotto draw this weekend with the numbers drawn 1, 4, 11, 28. There was one match 3 winner, Naomh Quinn with Andy Hannon winning the house draw. The next draw is in Hartes on 23rd February with the jackpot at €5,700.
Any remaining tickets for the club draw should be returned immediately to Ursula Lyons or Mary Quinn along with any outstanding monies for dinner dance tickets.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of David Barrow Skelton, Ougham, Riverstown and Sr. Romana (Mary) McDwyer, Carrick-on-Shannon and formerly of Sooey who died last week.

18th Feb
If you missed the registration last weekend, please contact Michelle McMorrow on 087 6157455. The cost is the same as last year, €35 per player up to a maximum of €100 per family.
The lotto draw is on this Saturday 23rd in Hartes with the jackpot at €5,700.
Thanks to all who supported the national club draw.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Frances Foley, Knockalassa, Riverstown and Johnny Kilcolm, Drumee who died at the weekend. 
25th Feb
The season kicks off next weekend with the Senior team taking on Tubbercurry in the Kiernan Cup at home on Saturday at 4.00PM while the Junior team play Curry on Sunday also at home at 11.00AM. 
If you missed registration please contact Michelle McMorrow on 087 6157455. The cost is the same as last year, €35 per player up to a maximum of €100 per family. 
There was no winner of the lotto draw last weekend. The numbers drawn were 7, 10, 11 and 12. There was 2 match 3 winners, Lauri Quinn and Maria Conlon while the house draw was won by Hilary Lyons. The jackpot now stands at €5,800 with the next draw in Des McDonaghs on 9th March.

4th Mar
Well done to our winners at Senior Scor last weekend - Mairead Tuohy won the Solo Singing and Louise King, Conal McCormack, Myra McMorrow, Noel McMahon and Muireann Parke who won the Instrumental Music. They now go on to represent club and county in the Connacht Final next Sunday. Thanks also to Enda Candon, Brendan McKenna, JP Higgins and Lauri Quinn who represented us in the quiz but weren't successful on the night.
The Senior lost out narrowly to Tubbercurry after extra time in the Kiernan Cup on a scoreline of 1-12 to 2-10. Having led by two going into the closing stages, Tubbercurry scored a goal in the last minute to clinch victory. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Alan Kelly, Declan Willis, Ben Tuohy, Liam Tuohy, Eoin Carroll (0-1), Dillon McDermott, James Carroll (0-2), Sean Carroll (0-1), Johnny Quinn (0-1), Shane Deignan (0-2), Liam O'Connell, Dylan Willis (1-5). Subs: Keith McMorrow for L O'Connell, Patrick Benson for D Willis, Joe Quinn for J Carroll, John Craig for L Tuohy, Daire Kearns for D McDermott.
The U21 team take on Ballymote/Bunninadden in round 1 of the Championship next Sunday at home at 1.00PM.
The lotto jackpot stands at €5,800 with the next draw in Des McDonaghs this Saturday 9th March.
The winners of the monthly members draw were Michelle Quigley, Derek Davey and Jimmy Scanlon.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Tony McGarry, Coola who died last week and we also wish to express sympathy with John Cawley on the death recently of his mother Mollie Cawley, Ballymote.

11th Mar
Congratulations and well done to Donie Quinn, Germany who won the lotto jackpot of €5,800 at the weekend with the numbers 2, 15, 20 and 32. The house draw was won by Ursula Lyons. The jackpot now reverts to €1,000 with the next draw on Saturday 23rd.
The U21 team got the Championship off to a winning start with a 0-17 to 0-6 win over Ballymote/Bunninadden last  Sunday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Emmet Dodd, Evan Lyons, Alan Kelly, Andrew Flnn (0-1), Karl McKenna, Ryan Fitzpatrick, James Carroll, Sean Carroll, Michael Barry, Shane Deignan (0-1), Luke Flynn (0-2), Steven Willis (0-2), Dylan Willis (0-3), Darragh Hailstones (0-8). Subs: Brendan Hailstones for M Barry.
Hard luck to our representatives at Connacht Scor on Sunday, Mairead Tuohy in the Solo Singing and Louise King, Conal McCormack, Myra McMorrow, Noel McMahon and Muireann Parke in the Instrumental Music.
Our minor team get the league underway next Monday with a home game against Geevagh/St Michaels.

18th Mar – No Notes

25th Mar
he monthly club meetings takes place this Friday night Bord Ná Nóg at 8.30PM and the full Club meeting at 9.00PM in the Clubhouse.
There was no winner of the Lotto draw this weekend with the numbers drawn 3, 4, 6 and 29. The jackpot now stands at €1,100 with the next draw on Saturday 6th April in McDermotts, Castlebaldwin. The Senior team get the league campaign underway next Sunday away to Eastern Harps at 2.00PM.
The Senior Ladies lost to Calry/St Josephs in the first round of the warm up league on a scoreline of 3-9 to 1-8. The team was Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Catherine Tuohy, Eillis O'Connor, Naomh Quinn, Siobhan Brennan (0-1), Aisling Boyd, Rachel Boyd (0-2), Meg Criag, Aine O'Connell, Erin Mullaney (1-1), Roisin Kearns (0-1), Aoife O'Connor (0-1), Mairead Tuohy (0-1), Eithne Morley, Subs used: Jade Lyons, Lousie Merrick (0-1), Amy Healy, Isobel Clark, Grace O'Carroll, Kate Breheny. They now take on Drumcliffe/Rosses Point away next Sunday in the first round of the league.
The Junior team were well beaten by Eastern Harps in the Abbott Cup last Sunday. The team was Daniel Lyons, Niall Whelan, Diarmuid Jinks, Keith McMorrow, Gavin McMorrow, Liam Tuohy, Eoin O'Connell, Michael Kilkenny, Eoin Carroll, Daire Kearns, Brian Boyd, Mark Kearns, Michael Barry, Paddy O'Grady, Brendan Hailstones. Subs: Adrian McCann for E Carroll, Ryan Fitzpatrick for Eoin O'Connell, Steven Willis for B Hailstones, Eoin McDermott for M Barry. They now take on St Maloise Gaels in the league at home next Saturday at 5.00PM.    The U16 boys were the first underage team to get the 2019 season underway, however they lost the opener 2-14 to 0-11 to St Maloise Gaels. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers, Patrick Barrett, Andrew Barlow, Conor Sheridan, Adam Kearns, Jamie Parke, Jason Kilkenny (0-4), David Barlow, Andrew McGrievy, Conor McMorrow (0-5), Dylan McKenna, James Foley, Jay Rogers, Shane Dwyer (0-2) Subs used: Ciaran Kenny, Keilan Brehony, Charlie Mullen, Troy Gilgarro, Nathan Wimsey. They now play Easkey/St Farnans away on Monday 1st April at 6.30PM.
Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others is a fun, non competitive group that meet every Monday from 8 -9PM to play Gaelic Football. No experience is required but you need to be over 25. The group will be starting back on Monday 8th April and new members are always welcome.
The U6 and U8 boys and girls have one indoor Friday session left in Coola Complex - U6 from 6.30 -7.15PM and U8 from 7.15-8PM. The Saturday morning coaching starts back on Saturday 6th April at 11.00AM.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Ann Lally (née O'Grady) Gort and formerly of  Riverstown who died recently and we wish to express our sympathy with Andrew Malone on the death last week of his father, Michael Malone, Lanesboro, Roscommon.

1st Apr
The underage coaching starts back next Saturday 6th in Coola at 11AM for boys and girls aged 6 to 10 - all new members are welcome. 
The winners of the monthly draw were Frank Quinn, Paul Quinn and Lauri Quinn. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €1,100 with the next draw this Saturday 6th in McDermotts, Castlebaldwin. 
The club will be running two health & wellbeing events over the next few months - from couch to 5K and a Men's walking club. Anyone interested in the Couch to 5K should contact Marina Swan for further details on 086 8589048 and anyone interested in the men's walking club should contact Lauri Quinn on 087 2684044. 
The Senior team got the league campaign off to a winning start with a three point away win over Eastern Harps. The final score was 0-11 to 2-8 and the team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Keith McMorrow, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, Dillon McDermott, Liam O'Connell, James Carroll (1-0), Frank Quinn, Ciaran O'Connor, Darragh Hailstones (0-2), David Quinn (1-5), Shane Deignan. Subs: Dylan Willis (0-1) for L O'Connell, Johnny Quinn for S Deignan, Declan Willis for S Carroll (inj). 
The Ladies Senior team lost narrowly to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in the Div 2 league despite a spirited second half performance. The final score was 3-8 to 1-13. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Eilis O'Connor, Aisling Boyd, Catherine Tuohy, Louise Merrick, Aoife Morrisroe, Naomh Quinn, Siobhan Brennan, Jade Lyons (0-7), Roisin Kearns (0-1), Meg Craig, Rachel Boyd (1-3), Erin Mullaney (0-1), Aoife O'Connor, Aoife Brennan. Subs: Isobel Clark, Lisa Conlon, Mairead Tuohy (0-1), Aine O'Connell, Grace O'Carroll, Kate Breheny. They now take on St Maloise Gaels next Sunday at home in the warm up league.
The U21 team are back in action next weekend against St Maloise Gaels away on Sunday at 1.00PM. 
The U18 boys are at home to Geevagh/St Michaels on Friday 5th at 6 30PM. 
The U16 boys are away on Monday 1st to Easkey/St Farnans at 6.30PM. 
The U14 girls are away to Drumcliff on Tuesday 2nd at 6.30PM. 
The U12 boys are away to St Michaels on Tuesday 2nd at 6 30PM while the U12 girls are away to Eastern Harps on Friday 5th at 6.30PM.  
We will be holding a family table quiz on Good Friday 19th April at 8PM in Riverstown Community Hall - more details later.

8th Apr
The U20 team confirmed their place in the A Championship semi-final with a 2-18 to 2-11 win over St Molaise Gaels on Sunday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Alan Kelly, Evan Lyons, Patrick Benson, Daire Kearns (0-2), Karl McKenna (0-1), Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dillon McDermott, James Carroll (0-1). Sean Carroll (1-2), Shane Deignan, Luke Flynn, Darragh Hailstones (0-8, 7f), Dylan Willis (1-1), Steven Willis (0-2). Subs: Brendan Hailstones for R Fitzpatrick, Lee Deignan (0-1) for S Willis. They now play Tourlestrane away in the final group game next Sunday at 1.00PM. 
The U18 boys started their league campaign with a comprehensive 4-14 to 1-8 win over Geevagh/St Michaels last Friday. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Aodhan Eivers, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Aaron McKenna, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Sean Carroll, David Barlow, Jason Kilkenny, Brendan Hailstones, Adam Kearns, Conor Kearns, Lee Duignan Subs used: Dillion Conlon, Ryan Thomson, Andrew  McGreevy, Shane Dwyer, Conor McMorrow. They now play Eastern Harps away on Friday 12th at 6.30PM. 
The U16 boys also had a big win over Easkey/St Farnans last Monday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers, Patrick Barrett, Ciaran Kenny, Jamie Parke, Conor Sheridan, Andrew McGreevy, David Barlow, Jason Kilkenny (0-2), Dylan Mc Kenna (1-0), Conor McMorrow (1-2), Troy Gilgarro, Charlie Mullen (1-0), Adam Kearns (3-4), Shane Dwyer (1-2). Subs used: Keelan Brehony (0-1), Nathan Wimsey. They now play Tourlestrane away on Monday 8th at 6.30PM.  
The U16 girls are also away to Tourlestrane this Monday 8th at 8PM. 
The U14 girls lost to a strong Drumcliffe/Rosses Point team last Tuesday in the opening round of the league.They now play Eoghan Rua on Monday 15th in Riverstown Park at 7PM. 
The U12 boys got theie league campaign up and running with an 11-3 away win over Geevagh/St Michaels in difficult conditions last Tuesday while the U12 girls also won, defeating Eastern Harps 8-5 in their first game. They now play Geevagh on Friday 12th at 7PM in Coola.
The U8's and U10's play in a blitz this Wednesday 10th in Owenmore Gaels. 
The weekly coaching is now back up and running for U6/8/10 boys and girls every Saturday morning from 11AM to 12PM in Coola. All new players welcome.  
We will be holding a family Table Quiz on Good Friday 19th April in Riverstown Community Hall. Teams of 4 for €40 but you can add an U12 to your team at no extra cost.
The club wish to express sympathy with the Kearns and Willis family on the death recently of Matt Talty in New York and to the McKeon family on the death last week of Teresa McCormack, Sligo. We also express sympathy with the family and relatives of Margaret Gormley, Bunninadden who died last week.

15th Apr
The Senior team take on St Marys at home next Sunday in the first round of the League at 3.00PM.
The Ladies Senior team had a 2-8 to 1-4 win over St Molaise Gaels on Sunday in the warm up league in terrible conditions. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Eillis O’Connor, Catherine Tuohy, Chloe McTiernan (1-0), Aisling Boyd, Isobel Clark, Lousie Merrick, Aoife Brennan (1-0), Rachel Boyd, Meg Craig, Roisin Kearns, Aoife O’Connor, Erin Mullaney (0-3). Subs: Mairead Tuohy (0-1), Lisa Conlon, Eithne Morley (0-2), Amy Healy, Jane Benson (0-2). We wish Catherine Tuohy a speedy recovery from an injury received during the game.
The U21 team ensured a home semi-final place with a good 4-10 to 1-8 win over Tourlestrane on Sunday The team was: Ryan Brennan, Patrick Benson, Evan Lyons, Alan Kelly, Daire Kearns (0-2), Karl McKenna (0-1), Andrew Flynn, Dillon McDermott, James Carroll, Michael Barry, Darragh Hailstones (1-4), Dylan Willis (1-0), Brendan Hailstones, Sean Carroll, Shane Deignan (2-1). Subs: Luke Flynn for B Hailstones, Lee Deignan (0-1) for D Willis, Conor Kearns (0-1) for M Barry, Ryan Fitzpatrick for A Flynn, Steven Willis for L Flynn (inj).We wish Luke Flynn a speedy recovery and thanks to the Tourlestrane club for their assistance in managing the injury. They now take on Easkey/Enniscrone on Good Friday at home at 7.00PM.
The U18 Boys are at home to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on Monday 15th at 7.00PM.   The U16 girls lost to a strong Tourlestrane side last Monday, they now play St Nathys in Riverstown Park on Thursday at 7PM.
The U16 boys lost 2-12 to 1-14 to Tourlestrane last Monday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers, Patrick Barrett, Ciaran Kenny, Jamie Parke, Conor Sheridan, Andrew McGreevy, Jason Kilkenny (0-2), David Barlow, Dylan McKenna (0-1), Conor McMorrow (0-6), Troy Gilgarro, Charlie Mullen, Adam Kearns (0-5), Shane Dwyer Subs used: Jay Rogers, Andrew Barlow, James Foley (1-0), Keelan Brehony, Nathan Wimsey. They now play Curry at home this Wednesday 17th at 6.30PM.
The U14 girls play Eoghan Rua on Monday 15th in Riverstown Park at 7PM.
The U12 boys play Tourlestrane in Coola on Tuesday 16th at 7.00PM.   The U12 girls continued their winning form with a win over Geevagh last Friday. They now play St Michael's away on Friday.   Well done to the U8/U10’s who participated in their first blitz of the year in Collooney last Wednesday. Coaching continues for U6/8/10 boys and girls every Saturday morning in Coola from 11-12PM. All new player's welcome. Good luck to the U12 Girls who play in Croke Park on Monday.
Well done to Sligo Minors and Lee Deignan who won the Ulster Minor Football League Shield at the weekend.
The club are doing clothes recycling again and bags can be dropped to the clubhouse at any time during training or games before 25th April. Items accepted are clothes, handbags, shoes, towels, bed linen, curtains, teddies all in clean condition.
We are facilitating a boot swap on Saturday mornings with children in the club. If you have boots in good condition you no longer need bring them to the clubhouse so another child may get use from them.
This Friday sees us host our first Annual Good Friday quiz in Riverstown Community Hall at 8.30PM. This family event is for teams of 4 for €40 with U12’s free. Prizes for the winner and refreshments will be available, so make it a family evening this Good Friday.
The club wish to express sympathy with Colm Gunning on the death last week of his mother Christina Gunning, Collooney

22nd Apr
The Senior team drew 0-18 to 2-12 with St Marys in the second round of the league last Sunday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Andrew Flynn, Paul Higgins, Evan Lyons, Ciaran O’Connor (0-2), Karl McKenna, Sean Carroll, Dillon McDermott, Liam O’Connell (0-1), Keith McMorrow, Frank Quinn (0-1), James Carroll (0-1), David Quinn (0-3), Darragh Hailstones (0-6), Shane Deignan (0-3), Subs: Declan Willis for S Carroll and Dylan Willis (0-1) for L O’Connell. They now take on Castleconnor next Sunday at 3.00PM.
The Senior ladies had a good win over CT Gaels on Sunday morning on a score line of 5-4 to 0-5. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Eillis O’Connor, Aisling Boyd, Lisa Conlon, Naomh Quinn, Louise Merrick (1-1), Isobel Clark, Siobhan Brennan (0-1), Meg Craig, Roisin Kearns, Mairead Tuohy, Rachel Boyd (0-1), Aoife O’Connor, Aoife Brennan, Erin Mullaney (2-0), Subs used: Jane Benson (1-0), Amy Healy, Aine O’Connell, Eithne Morley (0-1), Grace O’Carroll (1-0).
The U21 team made a disappointing exit from the Championship losing 1-10 to 2-14 to Easkey and Enniscrone last Friday in the semi-final of the A Championship. The team never got going on the day and did not perform to their potential losing on a score line of 1-10 to 2-14. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Patrick Benson, Evan Lyons, Alan Kelly, Daire Kearns (0-1), Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, James Carroll (0-2), Dillon McDermott, Michael Barry, Dylan Willis (1-1), Sean Carroll (0-1), Lee Deignan (0-2), Darragh Hailstones (0-2), Shane Deignan (0-1). Subs: Brendan Hailstones for M Barry, Steven Willis for L Deignan, Ryan Fitzpatrick for A Kelly, Emmet Dodd for A Flynn.
The U18 boys have a busy week ahead with a home game against Drumcliff on Monday at 6.30PM in Coola. They then play Coolera/Strandhill away on Thursday at 6.30PM.
The U16 girls made a great comeback last Thursday evening but lost in the end by the narrowest of margins. The team was: Emma O’Carroll, Sarah McKeon, Andie Brady, Emma Rainey, Kate Brady, Lara Swann, Ellie McDermott, Ana McCann, Ceili Faughnan, Nadine Hargadon, Amy Willis, Meave Lyons.
The U16 boys lost 1-10 to 3-14 to a strong Curry side last Wednesday.
The U14 girls lost to a strong Eoghan Rua side last Monday in very difficult conditions. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Meabh Callaghan, Emma Rainey, Sophie Swan, Sarah McKeon, Hannah Sheridan, Lara Swan (1-1), Nola Eivers (0-2), Hannah Willis (0-1), Lyn Barlow, Beth Candon, Katie Brehony, Anna Bagnall, Amy  Malone (1-0) Subs: Ruby O’Sullivan, Sarah Carroll and Clodagh Murrin.
The U14 boys get their league campaign underway this Thursday with a home game against Curry in Coola at 6.30PM.
The U12 girls maintained their unbeaten run in the league with a convincing win over St Michaels last Friday. They now play Owenmore Gaels in Coola Friday evening at 7PM.
The U12 boys drew 9 points each against Tourlestrane last Tuesday. The team was: Alex Clark, Sean Doherty, Leo Scanlon, Troy Kelly, Cruz Lyons, Matthew  Potter (2), Jack Brehony (3), Charlie King, Dylan White, Rian Conway, Eoin Feeney, Christopher O’Neill, Ruari Kelly (1) Subs: Liam McDermott, (1), Jack Wills (2), Eddie Cogan, Donnacha Benson
Well done to the U10 Girls who played in Croke Park last Monday representing Sligo along with Eoghan Rua. The day was enjoyed by all and the girls recorded wins over teams from Donegal, Antrim, Fermanagh and Clare. Well done to the players and to coaches Fiona Lyons and Gus Chapman and all parents who travelled.
The U8 and U10 have a home blitz on Wednesday against Drumcliffe in Coola.
The club are doing clothes recycling again and bags can be dropped to the clubhouse at any time during training or games before 25th April. Items accepted are clothes, handbags, shoes, towels, bed linen, curtains, teddies all in clean condition.

29th Apr
The winners of the monthly members draw were Michael Tuohy, Seamus Cawley and Eamonn McMunn.
The lotto jackpot stands at €1,300 with the next draw this Saturday in Des McDonaghs.
Best of luck to Sligo Ladies in the Div 3 final against Meath next Saturday and to Gaels players involved, Aoife Morrisroe, Jade Lyons and Lousie Merrick.
The Senior team had a comfortable 2-16 to 1-6 home win over Castleconnor on Sunday in the league. The team was:- Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Frank Quinn, Declan Willis, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, James Carroll (0-2), Dillon McDermott, Shane Deignan (0-1), Liam O’Connell, Ciaran O’Connor, Jonathan Quinn (0-2), David Quinn (2-5), Darragh Hailstones (0-6, 4f), Subs:- Gavin McMorrow for C O’Connor, Dáire Kearns for D Willis, Eoin Carroll for D McDermott, Brendan Hailstones for J Quinn, Patrick Benson for K McKenna. They now take on Coolaney/Mullinabreena away next Saturday at 7.00PM.
The Division 3 team lost away to Ballymote in the league last Saturday on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-8. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Shane Barry, Declan Willis, John Cregg, Alan Kelly, Gavin McMorrow, Liam Tuohy, Eoin Carroll, Adrian McCann, Patrick Benson, Dylan Willis (0-1), Dáire Kearns, Michael Barry (0-1), Johnny Quinn (0-4), Mark Kearns (0-1). Subs: Colin Harte (1-0) for L Tuohy, Emmett Dodd for A Kelly, Eoin O’Connell for A McCann, John Paul Henry (0-1) for M Kearns, Brendan Hailstones for M Barry. They now play Cloonacool next Sunday at home at 3.00PM.
The U18 boys lost narrowly to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point last Monday on a scoreline of 2-15 to 2-14. The team was: Adam Kearns, Aodhan Eivers, Eoin Dwyer (0-1), Ryan Fitzpatrick, Aaron McKenna (0-1), Dylan Mullen, Conor Kearns, David Barlow, Jason Kilkenny (0-1), Brendan Hailstones, Daniel Murphy, Lee Duignan (2-8), Conor McMorrow (0-3). Subs: Patrick Barrett, Ryan Thompson, Shane Dwyer, Andrew McGreevy. They went on to play Coolera/Strandhill on Thursday and recorded a 4-13 to 2-10 win. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Aodhan Eivers, Dylan Mullen, Conor Sheridan, Aaron McKenna, Jason Kilkenny, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Conor Kearns, Daniel Murphy (1-0), Brendan Hailstones (0-1), Adam Kearns (0-2), Lee Duignan (3-9), Conor McMorrow (0-1) Subs: Ryan Thomson, Andrew McGreevy, Shane Dwyer. They now play Coolaney/Mullinabreena away on Friday at 7PM.
The U16 girls play Owenmore Gaels on Thursday at 7PM in Riverstown Park and play St Molaise Gaels away on Sunday at 11.00AM.
The U14 boys got their league campaign underway with a 4-10 to 1-3 win over Curry last Thursday. The team was: Sean Kelly, PJ Scanlon, Jack Tuohy, Niall Kenny, Oisin Conlon, Joris Rooney, George Barlow, Daniel King, Ryan Parke, Ciaran Kenny, James Foley, Aaron Coleman. Subs: Matthew Potter, Adam O'Carroll, Stephen Smith, Jack Barrett.
The U12 girls continued their good run with a 7-5 win over Owenmore Gaels. The team was: Sophie Williams, Amy Brehony, Zara Barlow, Hannah Hargadon, Isobel Foley, Marissa Hamilton, Clara McGovern, Aoibheann Conlon, Ava Kennedy, Hannah Rainey, Amber Somers, Hayley Mullaney, Leah Mullaney, Ciara Gilligan, Leanne Galvin, Amy Bagnall, Maya Wotztech. They play Ballisoadare away next Friday at 7PM.
Well done to the U7,8,9,10 boys and girls who gave a great display of football against Drumcliffe/Rosses Point last Wednesday despite the terrible conditions.
The club wish to express sympathy with the Durey family and friends on the death of Maureen Finnegan, Ballymote and the family of Maura O'Rourke, Bunninadden, and formerly of Castlebaldwin, who died last week.

6th May
There was no winner of the lotto draw last weekend with the numbers drawn 3, 14, 2 and 25 with one match 3 winner, Michelle McMorrow. The jackpot now stands at €1,400 with the next draw on Saturday 18th May in Sean Macs. 
The Senior team gave an impressive performance away to Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Sunday winning on a score line of 0-7 to 0-16. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Keith McMorrow, Paul Higgins (0-1), Evan Lyons, Sean Carroll (0-1), Frank Quinn, Andrew Flynn (0-1), Dillon McDermott, James Carroll (0-3), Ciaran O’Connor, Liam O’Connell, Declan Willis (0-1), Darragh Hailstones (0-4f), Johnny Quinn (0-2), Shane Deignan (0-3,1f). Subs: Brendan Hailstones for J Carroll, Ben Tuohy for C O’Connor. 
The Division 3 team lost 0-9 to 2-14 to Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Sunday. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Eoin O’Connell, John Cregg, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Colin Harte, Gavin McMorrow, Niall Whelan (0-1), Liam Tuohy, Eoin Carroll, Daire Kearns, Patrick Benson (0-2), Declan Benson, Mark Kearns (0-1), John Paul Henry (0-4,3f), Michael Barry. Subs: Brendan Hailstones for D Benson, Johnny Quinn (0-1) for M Kearns, Ciaran O’Connor for M Barry, Declan Willis for N Whelan. They now play Ballymote away in the Abbott Cup next Saturday at 7.00PM. 
The U18 boys had an impressive 6-16 to 0-8 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Friday. The team was: Adam Kearns, Aodhan Eivers, Dylan Mullen, Conor Sheridan, Aaron McKenna, Jason Kilkenny, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Sean Carroll, Conor Kearns (1-2), Brendan Hailstones (2-1), Daniel Murphy, Lee Duignan (3-8), Conor McMorrow (0-5). Subs used: Ryan Thomson, Patrick Barrett, Shane Dwyer, Andrew McGrievy, Shane McCann. They now play Eastern Harps away on Friday at 7PM.  
The U16 girls lost to a strong Owenmore Gaels side last Thursday. The team was: Emma O’ Carroll, Kate Brady, Andie Brady, Eleanor Murphy, Sorcha Mullaney, Aine Cogan, Ana McCann, Ellie Mc Dermott (0-1), Jade McMorrow, Ceili Faughnan (3-4), Nadine Hargadon (2-0), Meave Lyons, Amy Willis (0-1). Subs used: Hannah Willis, Meghan Potter. They now play their last league game on Thursday against Coolera/Strandhill at 7PM in Riverstown Park.  
The U14 boys play St John's away at 7PM on Thursday. 
The U14 girls lost 6-5 to 5-10 to Tourlestrane in an exciting game last Monday. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Ruby O’Sullivan, Meabh Callaghan, Louise Robertson, Hannah Sheridan, Sarah McKeon, Sophie Swan, Nola Eivers (2-4), Lara Swan (2-0), Hannah Willis (1-0), Lyn Barlow, Emma Rainey, Anna Bagnall, Amy Malone (1-0), Sarah Carroll. Subs: Clodagh Costello, Beth Candon, Chloe McCann, Lilly Barber, Katie Brehony, Cloda Conlon, Chloe Somers. 
The U12 boys had a good 17-9 win over Curry last Tuesday. The team was: Alex Clark, Leo Scanlon, Cruz Lyons, Matthew Potter, Jack Brehony, Charlie King, Dylan White, Rian Conway, Conor Feeney, Christopher O’Neill, Eddie Cogan, Darragh McKeon, Aaron Taylor, Sean Doherty, Troy Kelly, Ruari Kelly, Jack Willis, Liam McDermott, Donnacha Benson. 
The U12 girls continued their good run with a win over Ballisodare. They are now through to the A quarter-final on Friday in Coola at 7PM. The opposition has yet to be confirmed based on playoff game on Monday.
The U8 and U10 play away this Wednesday at 7PM in Easkey. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Kathleen Teresa Richards (née Naughton), London and formerly of Riverstown who died recently.

13th May
The Junior team lost 1-9 to 2-11 to Ballymote in the Abbott Cup last Saturday. The team was: John Craig, Shane Barry, Eoin O'Connell, Colin Harte (1-0), Ryan Fitzpatrick, Declan Willis, Alan Kelly, Eoin Carroll, Liam Tuohy, Daire Kearns (0-3), Ciaran O'Connor, Patrick Benson (0-4, 3f), Steven Willis (0-1), Brendan Hailstones, Mark Kearns (0-1). Subs: Michael Barry for B Hailstones, Declan Benson for M Kearns, Niall Whelan for R Fitzpatrick.
The U18 boys had a comprehensive 7-13 to 2-12 win over Eastern Harps in the last group game last Friday to top the table and qualify for the league semi-final. The team was: Adam Kearns, Aodhan Eivers, Dylan Mullen, Conor Sheridan, Aaron McKenna, Jason Kilkenny, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Sean Carroll, Conor Kearns, Brendan Hailstones, Daniel Murphy, Lee Duignan, Conor McMorrow. Subs: Eoin Dwyer, Shane Dwyer, Andrew McGreevy, Ryan Thomson, Dillion Conlon, Shane McCann. 
The U16 girls lost to Coolera Strandhill  last Thursday. The U16 boys play Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in the A Shield semi final on Monday in Cloonacool at 7PM.
The U14 boys lost to a strong St John's team last Thursday. The U14 girls play CT Gaels on Tuesday at 7PM in Cloonacool.
The U12 girls lost 11-5 to St Johns in the quarter final of the league last Friday. The U12 boys play Calry/St Josephs on Tuesday at 7.00PM in Coola. 
The U8 and U10 team enjoyed a blitz in Easkey last Wednesday. We now host St Mary's this Wednesday at 7PM in Coola. 
The club ran a schools blitz last Friday with all the local schools participating. It was a very enjoyable day with 165 children playing fifteen games. Thanks to all the schools for participating and also thanks to the teachers and all who helped out on morning. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €1,400 with the next draw this Saturday 18th May in Sean Macs. 
Well done to Sligo Ladies who defeated Leitrim in the Championship on Sunday and to Gaels players involved, Aoife Morrisroe, Jade Lyons and Louise Merrick. Best of luck to Sligo against Galway at the weekend and to Gaels players involved Karl McKenna and David Quinn. 
 The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Nancy Clarke, Riverstown, who died last week.

20th May
The Senior Ladies got the Championship off to a good start with a 3-14 to 2-6 win over St Maloise Gaels last Sunday. The Gaels raced into an early lead with two goals from Jade Lyons, one from the penalty spot, however St Maloise responded well and dominated the last fifteen minutes of the half leaving a point in the game at half time. The Gaels gave an impressive second half performance, keeping St Maloise to two points and ran out comfortable winners in the end. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Aisling Boyd, Eillis O'Connor, Naomh Quinn, Aoife Morrisroe, Louise Merrick (0-1), Jade Lyons (2-5), Siobhan Brennan, Rachel Boyd (0-3), Meg Craig, Roisin Kearns (1-1), Erin Mullaney (0-3), Aoife O'Connor, Aoife Brennan. Subs: Mairead Tuohy for A O'Connor, Isobel Clarke for E O'Connor, Amy Healy for M Craig, Jane Benson (0-1) for L Conlon, Grace O'Carroll for R Kearns. Kate Brehony. They now take on St Pats at home next Sunday.  
Well done to Aoife Morrisroe who was selected on the Div 3 Team of the Year. 
Hard luck to Sligo last weekend and congratulations to Karl McKenna and David Quinn who made their Championship debuts. 
The Senior team are back in action this weekend with a home game on Sunday at 12.00PM against Curry. The Div 3 team take on Eastern Harps away on Saturday at 7.00PM. 
Well done to the U18 boys who qualified for the semi final of the league on 7th July against St Marys with a 7-13 to 2-12 win over Eastern Harps in their final group game. 
The U16 boys lost the A Shield semi final to Tubbercurry/Cloonacool last Monday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Andrew Barlow, Patrick Barrett, Ciaran Kenny, Jamie Parke, Conor Sheridan, Andrew McGreevy, Adam Kearns (0-1), Conor McMorrow (0-1), Dylan McKenna, Shane Dwyer, Troy Gilgarro, James Foley, Jason Kilkenny (0-1), Jay Rogers (1-0). subs: Charlie Mullen (0-1) Keelan Brehony, Oisin Conlon, Nathan Wimsey.
The U14 girls lost to CT Gaels last Tuesday. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Meabh Callaghan (0-1), Ruby O'Sullivan, Hannah Sheridan, Sarah McKeon, Sophie Swan, Lara Swan (1-4), Nola Eivers (0-1), Hannah Willis (0-1), Lyn Barlow, Emma Rainey, Amy Malone (0-1), Cloda Conlon, Chloe McCann subs: Beth Candon (1-1), Sarah Carroll, Chloe Somers, Katie Brehony, Lilly Barber, Clodagh Costello.
The U14 boys play Tourlestrane this Thursday at 7PM in Coola while the U12 boys lost to a strong Calry side last Tuesday.

27th May
It was a good weekend on the playing fields with all three adult teams winning. First up was the Divison 3 team who had an impressive 2-17 to 2-10 away win over Eastern Harps. The team was: Mark Tuohy, John Craig, Eoin O'Connell, Shane Barry, Colin Harte, Liam Tuohy, Alan Kelly, Gavin McMorrow, Declan Willis, Daire Kearns (0-4), Patrick Benson (0-4), Mark Kearns (0-4), John Paul Henry (1-3), Dylan Willis (1-2). Subs: Brendan Hailstones for D Willis, Michael Hannon for A Kelly, Niall Henry for C Harte. They now take on Tourlestrane at home next Saturday.  
Next up was the Senior Ladies who had a big win over St Pats in the second round of the Junior Championship. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Eillis O'Connor, Aisling Boyd, Lisa Conlon, Amy Healy, Aoife Morrisroe, Naomh Quinn, Jade Lyons (1-5), Siobhan Brennan (1-0), Roisin Kearns (0-1), Louise Merrick (0-1), Rachel Boyd (1-2), Isobel Clark, Mairead Tuohy (1-2), Erin Mullaney (1-2). Subs: Aoife O'Connor for M Tuohy, Aine O'Connell for R Kearns, Jane Benson for E O'Connor, Meg Craig for A Healy, Kate Breheny for M McDermott, Grace O'Carroll. 
The final game of the weekend saw the Senior team record a comfortable 2-23 to 2-6 win over Curry to retain top spot in Division 1. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Keith McMorrow, Andrew Flynn (0-2), Karl McKenna, Sean Carroll (0-1), David Quinn, Dillon McDermott (0-1), Shane Deignan (0-3, 2 f), Liam O'Connell (1-1) Ciaran O'Connor (0-2), Darragh Hailstones (0-6, 5f), Frank Quinn (0-2), Johnny Quinn (1-4) Subs: Declan Willis for S Carroll, Ben Tuohy (0-1) for A Flynn, Brendan Hailstones for D Quinn, Gavin McMorrow for Keith McMorrow, Patrick Benson for S Deignan. They now take on Tubbercurry away this Friday at 8.00PM. 
The U14 boys had an impressive 7-19 to 3-9 win over Tourlestrane last Thursday. The team was Sean Kelly, Adam O'Carroll, Jack Tuohy, Ryan Parke, Yoris Rooney, Oisin Conlon, Matthew Potter, Georgre Barlow, Daniel King, PJ Scanlon, Ciaran Kenny, Aaron Coleman, James Foley, Brian Dwyer, Steven Smith. Subs used Adam Taylor, Leo Scanlon. 
The U14 girls play Coolera on Monday at home at 7PM while the U12 boys play Enniscrone away this week day to be confirmed.

3rd Jun
The Senior team kept up their good run of form with a hard earned 1-8 to 0-12 win over Tubbercurry last Friday evening.
The Div 3 team lost 3-11 to 0-8 to a strong Tourlestrane side last Saturday in the league. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Shane Barry, Eoin O'Connell, Gavin McMorrow, Michael Hannon, Keith McMorrow, Alan Kelly, Patrick Benson (0-1), Eoin Carroll (0-1), Daire Kearns, Dylan Willis, Colin Harte, Brendan Hailstones, Michael Barry, Steven Willis (0-3). Subs: Liam Tuohy (0-1) for A Kelly, Niall Whelan (0-1) for D Kearns, Ryan Fitzpatrick (0-1) for M Barry, Eoin McDermott for C Harte, Declan Benson for P Benson.
The U14 girls play in the A Shield final Monday at 7.30PM in Coola against Coolera/Strandhill while the U14 boys play Coolera/Strandhill away this Thursday at 7PM.
The U12 girls play Owenmore Gaels in the A Plate final this Saturday at 4.30PM in Tubbercurry while the U12 boys play Enniscrone/Kilglass away on Tuesday at 7PM.
The U8 and U10 have a blitz this Wednesday at 7PM in Geevagh.
Well done to the Sligo U17 team and Lee Deignan who defeated Mayo in the Championship last Friday. Well done also to the Sligo U20 team and Gaels members Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Karl McKenna, Shane Deignan, James Carroll, Sean Carroll and Dillon McDermott who defeated Longford in the League last Saturday to top the group and make the final against Tyrone on 15th June.
There was no winner of the lotto last weekend with the numbers drawn 4, 8, 14, 18 with one match 3 winner, Kay Hannon while Jim Taylor won the house draw. The jackpot now stands at €1,600 with the next draw in Hartes on 15th June.
Well done to club member Martin Baker on his re-election last weekend to Sligo County Council. Well done also to Gerard Mullaney, Thomas Healy and Thomas Walsh on their election. It is great achievement to have four elected representatives from the local area.
It has been a great week for sport in the area with several national awards picked up. They included Aoife Morrisroe who picked up her award for LGFA Division 3 team of the league, Meghan Potter winning an All Ireland Boxing title, Riverstown Community Games winning the U13 Indoor Soccer title while Ardkeeran NS were runners up in the All Ireland FAI 5-a-side with Niall Kenny winning the Player of the Tournament award. Well done to all the winners, ye have done us all proud.  
Best of luck to all the Gaels players who start the Leaving Cert and Junior Cert exams on Wednesday.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Joe Costello, Sooey who died during the week.

10th  Jun
Well done to the U12 girls who won the A Plate Final last Saturday with a 13-7 win over Owenmore Gaels. The team was: Hannah Hargadon, Sophie Williams, Sophie Rose, Henry Maja, Aoibhinn Conlon, Clara McGovern, Ciara Gilligan, Leanne Galvin, Isobel Foley, Ceili Mullane Cronin, Amy Bagnall, Zara Barlow, Leah Mullaney. Subs used: Amy Brehony, Aoibhinn Cassidy, Hannah Rainey, Hayley Mullaney, Ava Kennedy, Amber Somers, Marisa Hamilton. Well done also to the coaches Marina Swan, Enda Candon and Majella Muldowney. 
The senior team take on Coolera/Strandhill away in the League next Sunday away at 11.00AM while the Div 3 team take on St Michaels away on Saturday at 7.30PM.
The U14 girls had a good 5-7 to 3-5 win over Coolera/Strandhill last Monday in the A Shield semi-final. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Cloda Conlon, Sophie Swan, Lyn Barlow, Hannah Sheridan, Lara Swan (1-3), Sarah McKeon, Emma Rainey, Hannah Willis (2-0), Meabh Callaghan (1-4), Katie Brehony, Beth Candon (1-0), Chloe McCann Subs used: Clodagh Costello, Sarah Carroll, Lilly Barber, Anna Bagnall. They now play Tourlestrane on Friday at 7.30PM in the A Shield Final in Coola - all support greatly appreciated. 
The U14 boys had a good 6-16 to 3-4 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Thursday to finish second in the group and through to the B Cup semi-final.
The U12 boys lost 17-7 to Enniscrone last Wednesday in very wet conditions . The team was: Alex Clark, Dylan White, Tadgh Kenny, Troy Kelly, Rian Conway, Donnacha Benson, Jack Brehony, Matthew Potter, Liam McDermott, Aaron Taylor, Conor Feeney, Darragh McKeon. They now play Coolaney/Mullinabreena in Coola on Tuesday at 7PM.
The U8/U10 play St Johns away this Wednesday at 7PM. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €1,600 with the next draw in Hartes on this Saturday 15th June. 
Best wishes to Ardkeerin NS, girls and boys teams who play in the Cuman na Mbunscoil finals this Saturday.

17th Jun
The Senior team continued their unbeaten run in the league with a 2-12 to 0-5 away win over Coolera/Strandhill last Sunday. 
The U14 boys play Enniscrone/Kilglass away next Monday 24th at 7PM in the B league semi-final. 
The U12 boys had a good 20-13 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena last Tuesday.  
The U8 and U10 teams played in Cleveragh last Wednesday and now travel to Geevagh on Wednesday at 7PM for a divisional blitz.
Well done to Ardkeerin boys who won their Cumnan na Mbunscoil final last Saturday and hard luck to the girls who were beaten by Corballa. 
Best wishes to the Riverstown U12 Community Games Girls and Aughanagh U10 mixed team both of whom play in their respective finals this Tuesday - there are lots of young Gaels talent involved in both teams - please support. 
Thanks to all the children who participated in our recent schools competition. The winners were Shauna McTiernan, Sooey, Shaun Mullane, Kilross, Eva Callaghan, Coolbock, Nina Woyaechoeska and David Malone Cloghogue, Penny Barlow, Sophie Swan and Ciara Gilligan  Ardkeerin. 
There was no winner of the lotto draw last weekend. The numbers drawn were 3, 8, 9, 30. There was one match 3 winner, David Quinn while Fionnuala Kelly won the house draw. The jackpot now stands at €1,700 with the next draw on Saturday 29th in Des McDonaghs. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Oliver Casserley, Ballygawley who died last week.

24th Jun
The Senior Div 3 team had a 2-11 to 0-13 win over St Michaels in the league last Saturday. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Shane Barry, Declan Willis, John Craig, Colin Harte, Keith McMorrow, Alan Kelly, Gavin McMorrow (1-1), Eoin O'Connell, Daire Kearns, Brian Boyd, Ciaran O'Connor (0-3), Johnny Quinn (1-4), Paddy O'Grady, John Paul Henry (0-3). Subs: Eoin Carroll for P O'Grady, Michael Hannon for D Kearns, Niall Henry for A Kelly.  
The Senior team take on Allen Gaels on Tuesday in Drumshambo in the Leo Kenny Cup. 
The U14 boys play Enniscrone away in the B league semi-final this Monday at 7PM.  
The U12 boys played in a very enjoyable blitz hosted by St  John's last Friday with games against Calry/St Josephs and St Johns. They now play St Pats at home on Tuesday at 7PM.  
The U10 girls also played a blitz last Saturday in St Mary's while U10 boys played in the Aidan McGowan Cup in Grange last Saturday. 
Well done to Sligo Hurlers on a great win in the Nicky Rackard Cup at the weekend - fantastic achievement and well deserved following on from the success last year. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €1,700 with the next draw next Saturday 29th in Des McDonaghs.

1st Jul
The Senior Ladies had a disappointing 1-5 to 2-7 loss away to Coolera/Strandhill in the Championship last Sunday. The Gaels dominating for long periods with a lot of possession in the second half but could not convert the scores. Next up is St Farnans away next Sunday. The team was; Mairead Tuohy, Eillis O'Connor, Aoife Morrisroe, Aisling Boyd, Naomh Quinn, Louise Merrick, Isobel Clark, Siobhan Brennan, Jade Lyons (0-2), Roisin Kearns, Meg Craig, Rachel Boyd (0-2), Aine O'Connell (1-1), Erin Mullaney, Aoife Brennan. Subs; Aoife O'Connor for A O'Connell, Amy Healy for M Craig. 
The Div 3 team lost 3-14 to 1-7 to Ballymote last weekend in the league while the Senior team had a big win over Allen Gaels in the Leo Kenny cup last Tuesday. They now play Garrymore away on Tuesday at 7.30PM in the quarter final. The Senior team also take on Tourlestrane at home next Saturday at 7.00PM 
The U16 girls start their championship campaign this Wednesday away to Ballisodare at 7PM. 
The U14 boys play St Johns in the B league final this Thursday at 7PM in Scarden.
The U12 girls commence their championship campaign on Friday evening at him to St Johns while the U12 boys had a comprehensive 18-4 win over St Pats in the league last week. 
Best of luck to Sligo U20's who take on Mayo this Wednesday in the Connacht Championship and to the Gaels players involved, James Carroll, Karl McKenna, Sean Carroll, Dillon McDermott, Evan Lyons, Shane Deignan and Daniel Lyons.  
There was no winner of the lotto last weekend with the numbers drawn 12, 16, 24, 29. The winner of the house draw was Declan Gray with the next draw in Sean Macs on Saturday 13th July for a Jackpot of €1,800. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of May McLoughlin, Lisconny and Mary Teresa O'Dowd, Rusheen, who died last week.

8th Jul
The Senior team lost 0-8 to 1-14 to Tourlestrane last Saturday in the league. They now take on St Molaise Gaels away next Saturday at 7PM in the last league game. 
The Div 3 team also lost to Tourlestrane last Sunday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Conor Carroll, John Craig, Niall Whelan, Michael Barry, Shane Barry, Eoin O'Connell, Eoin Carroll, Dillon McDermott, Daire Kearns, Patrick Benson, Ciaran O'Connor, Patrick O'Grady, Dylan Willis, Declan Benson. Subs: Emmett Dodd for D Willis, Ultan McKenna for N Whelan. They now play Cloonacool away next Sunday at 2PM. 
The U18 boys progressed to the B league final with a 5-13 to 3-13 win over St Marys last Sunday. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Eoin Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers, Jason Kilkenny, Aaron McKenna, Dylan Mullen, Ryan Fitzpatrick (0-1), Conor Kearns, Daniel Murphy, Brendan Hailstones (1-3), Adam Kearns (0-2), Lee Duignan (4-5), Conor McMorrow (0-1). Subs used; Shane McCann, Sean Carroll (0-1), Patrick Barrett, Shane Dwyer, Andrew McGrievy. 
The U16 girls lost 9-13 to 7-10 to Ballisodare in the first round of championship last Wednesday. The team was:- Meabh Lyons, Eleanor Murphy, Hannah Willis, Lara Swan, Ruby Clark, Emma Rainey, Ellie McDermott (0-1), Ana McCann (0-1), Sorcha Mullaney, Ceili Faughnan (6-6), Nadine Hargadon (0-3), Amy Willis, Jade McMorrow (1-0). sub used: Meabh Callaghan. 
The U14 boys lost by the narrowest of margins to St Johns in the B league final last Thursday on a scoreline of 3-9 to 3-8. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Ryan Parke, Jack Tuohy, PJ Scanlon, Oisin Conlon, Geogre Barlow, Joris Rooney, James Foley (1-5), Daniel King (1-2), Aaron Coleman, Ciaran Kenny (1-1), Matthew Potter, Steven Smith, Niall Kenny, Leo Scanlon. Subs used: Jack Brehony, Darragh McKeon, Leo Kennedy, Adam Taylor, Jack Barrett Adam O'Carroll, Sean Kelly.  
The U14 girls play Curry away on Monday at 7PM in the first round of the Championship.
The U12 boys play Castleconnor away on Tuesday at 7PM.
The U12 girls lost the first round of A Championship last Friday on a scoreline 15-5. They now play St Molaise Gaels away next Thursday.
The club will be hosting the Kelloggs Cul Camp from 22nd to 26th July - please book online to avoid disappointment on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie

15th Jul – No Notes


22nd Jul
Well done to the Minor team on a great 4-14 to 2-10 win over Castleconnor in the B League final last Sunday in Scarden. The Gaels got of to a great start with two points from Conor McMorrow and a great goal from Lee Deignan. Castleconnor responded well and were only two points behind going into the break. The Gaels started the second half at a blistering pace and raced into a twelve point lead with goals from Brendan Hailstones and Conor Kearns. Castleconnor did pull the Gaels back to five points but we finished strongly with a point from Lee Deignan and a goal from Ryan Thompson to cap of a fine Gaels performance. Well done to the team and management, Donal Tuohy, Darragh Hailstones and Alan Kelly. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Shane McCann, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Jason Kilkenny, Aaron McKenna, David Barlow, Sean Carroll, Conor Kearns (1-3), Adam Kearns, Conor McMorrow (0-4), Brendan Hailstones (1-0), Lee Deignan.(1-6) Subs: Ryan Fitzpatrick (0-1) for D Barlow, Daniel Murphy for A Kearns, Ryan Thompson (1-0) for Conor McMorrow, Patrick Barrett for J Kilkenny, Andrew McGrievy for C Kearns, Conor Sheridan for D Mullen, Jack Duignan, Aodhan Eivers, Shane Dwyer, Jamie Parke.   
The Minor team lost 3-11 to 0-10 to St Pats/St Farnans in the first round of the A Championship last Wednesday. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Shane McCann, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Conor Sheridan, Aaron McKenna, Jason Kilkenny, Ryan Fitzpatrick, David Barlow, Conor Kearns, Daniel Murphy, Adam Kearns (0-1), Conor McMorrow, Brendan Hailstones, Lee Duignan (0-9). Subs used: Ryan Thomson, Andrew Mc Greevy, Patrick Barrett, Shane Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers. They now play Ballymote/Bunninaden on Thursday in Ballymote at 7PM. 
The senior team lost 2-8 to 0-16 in the final of the Division 1 league last Saturday evening. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Keith McMorrow, Evan Lyons, Andrew Flynn, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Paul Higgins, Dillon McDermott, James Carroll, Shane Deignan, Frank Quinn, Ciaran O'Connor, Darragh Hailstones, David Quinn, Johnny Quinn. Subs: Patrick Benson for D McDermott, Liam Tuohy for C O'Connor, Shane Barry for A Flynn. They now take on St Molaise Gaels next Saturday at 7.30PM in the first round of the Championship. 
The U16 girls had a good win over St Michaels in a high scoring encounter last Monday. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Andie Brady, Cloda Conlon, Sarah McKeon, Sorcha Mullaney, Sophie Swan, Ceili Faughnan (3-4), Kate Brady (1-0), Meabh Callaghan (1-2), Amy Willis (1-0), Jade McMorrow (0-1), Amy Malone (0-2), Meave Lyons (1-2). Subs used: Ana McCann (0-1).
The U16 boys play St John's at home on Monday at 7PM in the first round of championship.
The U14 girls play St Nathys in Riverstown Park at 7PM on Monday.
The U14 boys had a good win in the first round of championship against Tubbercurry/Cloonacool last Friday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Ryan Parke, Jack Tuohy, Joris Rooney, Oisin Conlon, George Barlow, Matthew Potter, Niall Kenny (0-2), Daniel King (1-1), PJ Scanlon, Ciaran Kenny (3-4), Aaron Coleman, Steven Smith, James Foley (5-3). Subs used: Adam O'Carroll, Jack Barrett (0-1), Jack Brehony (0-1). 
The U12 girls lost to Eoghan Rua last Friday. The team was: Amy Brehony, Leah Mullaney, Orla Scanlon, Aoibhinn Conlon, Clara McGovern, Ciara Gilligan, Leanne Galvin, Isobel Foley, Katie Gilligan, Hayley Mullaney, Zara Barlow. They now play Coolera/Strandhill away on Friday at 7PM. 
The U12 boys play Geevagh at home on Tuesday at 7PM.
The U11 girls played St Nathys on Tuesday and now play Eoghan Rua at home on Wednesday at 7PM. 
The U8 and U10's played Curry on Wednesday last a great evenings football was enjoyed by all. 
The U10 girls play St Farnans away on Saturday morning at 10AM. 
The annual Golf Classic takes place on August 10th in Castle Dargan. To reserve your tee time, please contact Niall Kearns on 086 8599792 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Bridie Cogan, Ballindoon who died last week.

29th Jul
Well done to the Senior team who got the championship off to a great start with a 2-14 to 0-5 win over St Molaise Gaels last Saturday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Keith McMorrow, Andrew Flynn, Karl McKenna, Sean Carroll (1-0), James Carroll (0-1), Dillon McDermott, Ciaran O'Connor, Frank Quinn, Shane Deignan (0-2), Johnny Quinn (0-1), David Quinn (0-6), Darragh Hailstones (1-2). Subs: Dylan Willis (0-2) for J Quinn (inj). They now take on Tourlestrane next Sunday at 6.30PM in Keash. Well done to Eoin Mc Morrow who won the halftime draw at the game.
The Junior team take on Owenmore Gaels next Sunday at 1.00PM in Scarden in the first round of the Championship.
The Senior Ladies lost 1-13 to 1-10 away to Curry last Sunday in the Summer League. The team was: Kate Breheny, Lisa Conlon, Eillis O'Connor, Siobhan Brennan, Aoife Brennan, Erin Mullaney (1-4), Rachel Boyd (0-1), Aine O'Connell, Mairead Tuohy, Aoife O'Connor (0-4), Grace O'Carroll (0-1), Róisín Kearns.   The U18 boys lost 4-18 to 1-12 to Ballymote/Bunninaden in last Thursday. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Shane McCann, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Jason Kilkenny, Aaron McKenna, David Barlow, Sean Carroll (0-2), Ryan Fitzpatrick, Conor Kearns (0-2), Daniel Murphy, Adam Kearns (0-1), Conor McMorrow (1-0), Brendan Hailstones, Lee Deignan (1-5) subs used: Ryan Thomson, Andrew McGrievy, Patrick Barrett, Shane Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers, Jack Duignan, Conor Sheridan. They now play St Molaise Gaels away on Thursday at 7PM.   The U16 girls play Curry away this Monday at 7PM.
The U16 boys drew their first championship game with St John's last Monday on a scoreline  of 2-11  to 2-11. The team was: Jack Duignan, Andrew Barlow, Aodhan Eivers, Patrick Barrett, Ciaran Kenny, Conor Sheridan, Andrew McGrievy, David Barlow, Jason Kilkenny, Dylan McKenna, Conor McMorrow, Jay Rogers, Charlie Mullen, Adam Kearns, Shane Dwyer. Subs: Jamie Parke, James Foley, Troy Gilgarro, Brian Dwyer, Keelan Brehony, Nathan Wimsey. They now play Geevagh/St Michaels in Ballintogher at 6.30PM next Monday.
The U14 girls had a great 5-16 to 4-4 win over St Nathys last Monday. The team was: Cloda Conlon, Ruby O'Sullivan, Louise Robertson, Clodagh Costello, Chloe Somers, Lyn Barlow, Hannah Sheridan, Sophie Swann (0-2), Sarah McKeon, Meabh Callaghan (2-5), Hannah Willis (1-4), Katie Brehony, Amy Malone (1-5), Anna Bagnall (1-0), Sarah Carroll Subs used: Lilly Barber, Chloe McCann. They now play Coolera in Riverstown Park at 7PM on Thursday.
The U14 boys play Ballymote/Bunninaden away this Friday at 7PM.
The U12 girls recorded a good 18 -6 win over Coolera/Strandhill last Friday.
The U12 boys had a good 24 to 11 win over Geevagh last Tuesday.
Well done to all who attended the Kelloggs Cul Camp last week and thanks to all the coaches who ensured a good week was had by all. 
There was no winner of the lotto draw last weekend. The numbers drawn were 6, 11, 19 and 22. There were 2 match 3 winners, Lauri Quinn and Denise and Charles Durkin, New York. The winner of the house draw was John Lyons. The next draw will be in Hartes on 10th August with the jackpot at €2,000.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Bridie Judge, Gadden who died at the weekend.

5th Aug
The annual Golf Classic takes place this weekend in Castle Dargan Golf Club. This is an important annual fundraiser and we would appreciate your support in entering a team. The format is a three ball scramble and you can contact Niall Kearns on 086 8599792 to book your tee time.  
It was not a good weekend on the football front with both senior men's teams losing in the Championship. First up was the Junior team who lost 3-4 to 2-15 to Owenmore Gaels in the Junior A Championship. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Emmet Dodd, John Craig, Niall Henry, Michael Hannon (1-0), Eoin O'Connell, Shane Barry, Eoin Carroll, Liam Tuohy, Daire Kearns, Paddy O'Grady, Brendan Hailstones (1-0), Michael Barry (1-0), Vinnie Boyd (0-3), Steven Willis (0-1). Subs: Adrian McCann for P O'Grady, Eoin McDermott for S Willis. Next up for the Junior team is St Maloise Gaels in round 2 of the Championship next Sunday in Scarden at 1.00PM. 
The Senior team lost 1-13 to 0-10 to Tourlestrane in the second round of the Championship. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Patrick Benson, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn (0-1), James Carroll (0-2), David Quinn (0-4,3f), Ciaran O'Connor, Frank Quinn, Shane Deignan, Johnny Quinn (0-2) Dylan Willis, Darragh Hailstones (0-1f). Subs: Declan Willis for K McKenna, Ben Tuohy for C O'Connor. Next up for the Senior team is Tubbercurry in two weeks time.  
The Senior Ladies lost to Owenmore Gaels in the summer league last Sunday, The team was: Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Kate Breheny, Isobel Clark, Eillis O'Connor, Rachel Boyd, Erin Mullaney, Roisin Kearns, Meg Craig, Aoife O'Connor, Grace O'Carroll. They now take on St Farnans away next Sunday in the Championship.  
Well done to Sligo Ladies Senior team and to Gaels players involved, Aoife Morrisroe and Lousie Merrick on reaching the All Ireland Intermediate semi-final with a 2-14 to 2-10 win over Offaly at the weekend. 
The U18 boys lost 3-12 to 1-6 to a strong St Molaise Gaels last Thursday. They now play Easkey/Enniscrone on Thursday at home at 7PM. 
The U18 girls play St Mary's away on Tuesday at 7PM. 
The U16 boys had a good 5-10 to 3-12 win over Geevagh/St Michaels last Monday. The team was: Jack Duignan, Conor Sheridan, Andrew Mc Greevy, Jamie Parke, Aodhan Eivers, Ciaran Kenny, Jason Kilkenny (1-2), David Barlow, Dylan McKenna, Conor McMorrow (1-3), Adam Kearns (1-3), Shane Dwyer (0-1), Subs: James Foley (1-1), Jay Rogers (1-0), Andrew Barlow, Troy Gilgarro, Keelan Brehony and Nathan Wimsey. 
The U16 girls had good win over Curry last Monday. The team was: Emma O'Carroll, Andie Brady, Ellie McDermott (2-0), Lara Swan (0-2), Sorcha Mullaney, Aine Cogan, Ana McCann (1-1), Kate Brady, Meabh Callaghan (1-2), Ceili Faughnan (0-5), Nadine Hargadon (3-1), Meave Lyons (2-1), Amy Willis (0-1). Subs: Hannah Willis (0-1), Jade Mc Morrow (0-1). 
The U14 boys had a 5-16 to 1-8 win over Ballymote/Bunninaden last Friday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Ryan Parke, Jack Tuohy, Adam O' Carroll, Oisin Conlon, Georgre Barlow, Matthew Potter, Niall Kenny, Daniel King, Aaron Coleman, Ciaran Kenny, PJ Scanlon, Sean Kelly, James Foley, Leo Scanlon, Subs: Steven Smith, Aaron Taylor, Leo Kennedy, Jack Brehony.  They now play Owenmore Gaels on Friday at home at 6.30PM.
The U14 girls lost to Coolera/Strandhill last Thursday. The team was: Cloda Conlon, Clodagh Costello, Lyn Barlow, Louise Robertson, Hannah Sheridan, Sophie Swan, Chloe Somers, Lara Swan (2-2), Sarah McKeon, Meabh Callaghan (0-2), Hannah Willis (0-1), Katie Brehony, Chloe Mc Cann, Beth Candon (1-0), Anna Bagnall Subs: Nola Eivers (2-1), Ruby O'Sullivan, Sarah Carroll.
The U12 girls play Curry on Friday next at 7.45PM at home. 
Well done to our U10 team who played in a blitz in Scarden last Wednesday and good luck to our U8's who play there this Wednesday. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,000 with the next draw this Saturday 10th August in Hartes.  
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Fintan Clancy, Sligo and formerly of Ballintogher who died at the weekend.

12th Aug
Thanks to all the players and sponsors who supported our Golf Classic at the weekend. The winners were; 1st with 60.9, Johnny Quinn, David Quinn and Joe Quinn; 2nd with 61.1, Sean Carroll, Eoin Carroll and Eugene Carroll; 3rd with 62.1, Padraig Dwyer, David Gaffney and Tony Evans; 4th with 62.7, Tom O'Sullivan, Kevin Henry and Hugh McGonigle; 5th with 63.3, James Kearns, Adam Kearns and Conor Kearns; 6th with 63.4 was Tom Smith, Thomas Kelly and Martin Burke. The nearest the pin on hole 3 was Tom O'Sullivan while Paul O'Connell won the nearest the pin on hole 11. Thanks to our main sponsors, Flancare and to Finian Carroll for his continued support. Thanks also to prize sponsors Michael Henry, Castledargan GC, Kearns Centra, Caltragh, Sligo GAA, Lavins Menswear and Aurivo. Thanks also to Niall Kearns, Eugene Carrroll and Lauri Quinn for organising the event.   
The Junior team lost narrowly to St Molaise Gaels in the second round of the A Championship. Despite dominating the game for long periods a strong finish from St Molaise Gaels saw them get two goals in the last ten minutes to win 2-9 to 0-14. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Niall Whelan, John Craig, Conor Carroll, Shane Barry, Eoin O'Connell, Michael Hannon, Eoin Carroll, Liam Tuohy, Daire Kearns (0-2), Vinny Boyd (0-5), Mark Kearns (0-1), Michael Barry (0-1), John Paul Henry (0-3), Declan Benson. Subs: Steven Willis (0-2) for D Benson (inj), Alan Kelly for S Barry, Bryan Johnston for M Hannon. 
The Senior ladies lost to St Farnans in the Junior Championship on Sunday. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Aisling Boyd, Eillis O'Connor, Lousie Merrick (0-1), Aoife Morrisroe, Naomh Quinn, Isobel Clarke, Siobhan Brennan, Roisin Kearns, Erin Mullaney (1-1), Aine O'Connell, Rachel Boyd (0-2), Mairead Tuohy (1-0), Jane Benson (0-4). Subs: Meg Mullen for R Kearns, Makayla McLoughlin (1-0) for M Tuohy, Grace O'Carroll for J Benson, Aoife O'Connor for E O'Connor. Kate Breheny.  
The U18 boys lost 0-11 to 0-8 to Easkey/Enniscrone in the A Championship last Thursday while the U18 Girls lost to St Marys in the A Championship last Wednesday. They now face a busy week away to Drumcliff on Thursday at 6.15PM, home to Calry on Friday at 7PM and Tourlestrane on Saturday evening. 
The U16 boys play Easkey/St Farnans on Monday at 7PM in Easkey. 
The U14 girls play St Mary's away on Monday at 6.15PM while the U14 boys had a good 9-8 to 4-19 win over Owenmore Gaels last Friday to maintain their winning run. 
The U12 girls lost to Curry in the final group game to finish fourth and now play Eoghan Rua in the semi-final on Friday 23rd August while the U12 boys play Owenmore Gaels at home this Tuesday at 7.15PM in the championship semi-final. The U11 girls play Calry at 6.30PM in Coola on Tuesday. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Sadie Gill, Ross Road, Riverstown who died last week.

19th Aug
Well done to the Minor team on a great 4-14 to 2-10 win over Castleconnor in the B League final last Sunday in Scarden. The Gaels got of to a great start with two points from Conor McMorrow and a great goal from Lee Deignan. Castleconnor responded well and were only two points behind going into the break. The Gaels started the second half at a blistering pace and raced into a twelve point lead with goals from Brendan Hailstones and Conor Kearns. Castleconnor did pull the Gaels back to five points but we finished strongly with a point from Lee Deignan and a goal from Ryan Thompson to cap of a fine Gaels performance. Well done to the team and management, Donal Tuohy, Darragh Hailstones and Alan Kelly. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Shane McCann, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Jason Kilkenny, Aaron McKenna, David Barlow, Sean Carroll, Conor Kearns (1-3), Adam Kearns, Conor McMorrow (0-4), Brendan Hailstones (1-0), Lee Deignan.(1-6) Subs: Ryan Fitzpatrick (0-1) for D Barlow, Daniel Murphy for A Kearns, Ryan Thompson (1-0) for Conor McMorrow, Patrick Barrett for J Kilkenny, Andrew McGrievy for C Kearns, Conor Sheridan for D Mullen, Jack Duignan, Aodhan Eivers, Shane Dwyer, Jamie Parke. 
The Minor team lost 3-11 to 0-10 to St Pats/St Farnans in the first round of the A Championship last Wednesday. The team was: Ryan Brennan, Shane McCann, Eoin Dwyer, Dylan Mullen, Conor Sheridan, Aaron McKenna, Jason Kilkenny, Ryan Fitzpatrick, David Barlow, Conor Kearns, Daniel Murphy, Adam Kearns (0-1), Conor McMorrow, Brendan Hailstones, Lee Duignan (0-9). Subs used: Ryan Thomson, Andrew Mc Greevy, Patrick Barrett, Shane Dwyer, Aodhan Eivers. They now play Ballymote/Bunninaden on Thursday in Ballymote at 7PM.   The senior team lost 2-8 to 0-16 in the final of the Division 1 league last Saturday evening. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Keith McMorrow, Evan Lyons, Andrew Flynn, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Paul Higgins, Dillon McDermott, James Carroll, Shane Deignan, Frank Quinn, Ciaran O'Connor, Darragh Hailstones, David Quinn, Johnny Quinn. Subs: Patrick Benson for D McDermott, Liam Tuohy for C O'Connor, Shane Barry for A Flynn. They now take on St Molaise Gaels next Saturday at 7.30PM in the first round of the Championship.
The U16 girls had a good win over St Michaels in a high scoring encounter last Monday. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Andie Brady, Cloda Conlon, Sarah McKeon, Sorcha Mullaney, Sophie Swan, Ceili Faughnan (3-4), Kate Brady (1-0), Meabh Callaghan (1-2), Amy Willis (1-0), Jade McMorrow (0-1), Amy Malone (0-2), Meave Lyons (1-2). Subs used: Ana McCann (0-1).
The U16 boys play St John's at home on Monday at 7PM in the first round of championship.
The U14 girls play St Nathys in Riverstown Park at 7PM on Monday.
The U14 boys had a good win in the first round of championship against Tubbercurry/Cloonacool last Friday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Ryan Parke, Jack Tuohy, Joris Rooney, Oisin Conlon, George Barlow, Matthew Potter, Niall Kenny (0-2), Daniel King (1-1), PJ Scanlon, Ciaran Kenny (3-4), Aaron Coleman, Steven Smith, James Foley (5-3). Subs used: Adam O'Carroll, Jack Barrett (0-1), Jack Brehony (0-1).   The U12 girls lost to Eoghan Rua last Friday. The team was: Amy Brehony, Leah Mullaney, Orla Scanlon, Aoibhinn Conlon, Clara McGovern, Ciara Gilligan, Leanne Galvin, Isobel Foley, Katie Gilligan, Hayley Mullaney, Zara Barlow. They now play Coolera/Strandhill away on Friday at 7PM.   The U12 boys play Geevagh at home on Tuesday at 7PM.
The U11 girls played St Nathys on Tuesday and now play Eoghan Rua at home on Wednesday at 7PM.   The U8 and U10's played Curry on Wednesday last a great evenings football was enjoyed by all. The U10 girls play St Farnans away on Saturday morning at 10AM.
The annual Golf Classic takes place on August 10th in Castle Dargan. To reserve your tee time, please contact Niall Kearns on 086 8599792
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Bridie Cogan, Ballindoon who died last week.

26th Aug
Tickets are in circulation for the annual draw for 2 All Ireland football tickets – which takes place next weekend. Tickets are €2 each and 3 for €5 - available from any committee member. The draw takes place this Thursday night in McDermott’s Riverstown.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot last weekend with the numbers drawn 1, 4, 17 and 31. There were two match 3 winners, Enda Burns and Michael Tuohy with Paddy J Conlon winning the house draw. The next Draw takes place on Saturday 9th Sept in McDonagh's, Ballindoon for a Jackpot of €2,200.
There is a fundraiser coming up on the weekend of Sept 7th & 8th in memory of our former President Tommy McDermott who would have been 90 on September 8th. All proceeds go to Sligo University Hospital Stroke Unit and enhancements for Riverstown Community Park. There will be a table quiz on Saturday night 7th September in Tommy Macs followed by a Cycle and Walk with children’s activities in the Park on September 8th – please support. Donations can be made on gofundme.com and search for Riverstown Park. 
It was a disappointing weekend for both the ladies and men’s senior teams.  
First up were the Junior Men who made their exit from the Championship losing to Tourlestrane in Scarden. The team was: Mark Tuohy, Shane Barry, John Craig, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Emmet Dodd, Bryan Johnston, Eoin O’Connell, Liam Tuohy, Eoin Carroll, Daire Kearns, Mark Kearns, John Paul Henry, Brendan Hailstones, Michael Barry, Steven Willis. Subs: Eoin McDermott for Ryan Fitzpatrick.
The Senior ladies needed to win to keep their Championship hopes alive, however in a tight game they drew 4-7 to 3-10 with Calry/St Josephs in the final group game. The team was: Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Aoife Morrisroe, Eillis O’Connor, Isobel Clark, Siobhan Brennan, Naomh Quinn, Lousie Merrick, Jade Lyons (2-1), Roisin Kearns, Erin Mullaney (0-2), Aine O’Connell, Rachel Boyd (1-1, Jane Benson (1-3), Aoife O’Connor. Subs used: Amy Healy, Mairead Tuohy, Aoife Brennan, Makayla McLoughlin.  
The Senior men lost 1-12 to 1-5 to Tubbercurry in Buninadden last Sunday. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins (0-1), Keith McMorrow, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Patrick Benson, James Carroll, Dillon McDermott, Ciaran O’Connor, Shane Deignan (0-1), David Quinn, Darragh Hailstones, Dylan Willis (1-2), Johnny Quinn. Subs: Frank Quinn for C O’Connor, Eoin Carroll (0-1) for J Carroll. Ben Tuohy for K McKenna, Daire Kearns for S Deignan.
The U16 boys continued their good run in the championship with a 3-10 To 1-15 win over Eastern Harps on Monday. The team was Jack Duignan, Andrew Barlow, Conor Sheridan, Ciaran Kenny, Patrick Barrett, Jamie Parke, Jason Kilkenny (0-1), David Barlow (0-1), Dylan McKenna, Conor Mc Morrow (2-5), Shane Dwyer, Adam Kearns (0-2), Charlie Mullen. Subs used: James Foley (1-1), Jay Rogers, Nathan Wimsey, Keelan Brehony, Daniel O’Hara. 
The U16 girls play Geevagh away on Monday at 7.00PM. 
The U14 boys lost 3-5 to 2-11 to Geevagh/St Michaels while the U14 girls lost 5-13 to 5-9 to St Molaise Gaels in the final group game of the Championship. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Cloda Conlon, Clodagh Costello, Chloe Somers, Sophie Swan, Hannah Sheridan, Lara Swan (1-1), Sarah McKeon, Emma Rainey (1-1), Hannah Willis (0-2), Katie Brehony (0-1), Anna Bagnall, Beth Candon (2-2), Amy Malone (1-2). Subs used: Ruby O’Sullivan, Lilly Barber, Sarah Carroll. They now play Coolera/Strandhill in the semi-final. 
The U12 boys play Tubbercurry in the Final in Scarden on Wednesday evening at 6.15PM – please support. The U12 girls lost to Eoghan Rua in the A semi-final last Friday. 

2nd Sep
Thanks to all who supported the draw for the All Ireland tickets which were won by Frankie Quinn.  
The Senior team are back in action this weekend in the final group game against St Marys on Sunday at 4.30PM in Bunninadden. 
The U16 boys play Coolera/Strandhill in their final group game away on Monday at 7PM. 
The U16 girls played Geevagh last Monday, however the game was abandoned due to an injury. The Gaels came out on top 6-3 to 3-7 in the rescheduled game on Thursday. Best wishes and a speedy recovery to Sorcha Mullaney who was injured during the game. 
The U12 boys lost to a strong Tubbercurry side in the final last Wednesday. The team was: Christopher O'Neill, David Malone, Cruz Lyons, Jack Willis, Troy Kelly, Ruari Kelly, Darragh McKeon, Matthew Potter, Jack Brehony, Charlie King, Tadgh Kenny, Alex Clark, Eddie Cogan, Conor Feeney, Liam McDermott, Rian Conway, Dylan White, Sean Doherty, Aaron Taylor. Thanks to Ciaran Garry, Thomas Galvin, Micahel Tonry and Greg Clark for all their work with the team this year.
Thanks to Eastern Harps U8/10 who travelled to play us last Thursday while the U8/10 girls had an enjoyable game against St Nathys and CT Gaels last week.

9th Sep
The Senior team lost the final group game in the Championship to St Marys last Sunday evening. They now take on Calry/St Joseph's in the quarter final in two weeks. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Andrew Flynn, Evan Lyons, Patrick Benson (0-1), Sean Carroll, Paul Higgins, Ciaran O'Connor (0-1), Dillon McDermott, Eoin Carroll, Daire Kearns, Frank Quinn (0-4), Karl McKenna, Shane Deignan (0-3), Johnny Quinn (0-2), Keith McMorrow. Subs: James Carroll for D Kearns, Darragh Hailstones (0-1) for E Carroll, Dylan Willis for C O'Connor, Ben Tuohy for K McMorrow, Declan Willis for K McKenna.  
The U18 boys play Curry this Friday at home at 6.30PM in the Championship while the U18 girls play Drumcliff/Rosses Point in the 'A' Shield semi final at home on Thursday at 6.30PM. 
The U16 boys lost 2-12 to 0-10 to Coolera/Strandhill in their final group game and now play Coolera again at home on Monday 16th at 6.15PM in the 'B' Championship semi-final - please come out and support.
The U14 girls play Coolera/Strandhill in the Championship Semi-final this Monday at 6.30PM in Ransboro. 
Well done to the U8/U10's who had a busy week with games against Geevagh/St Michael's and Ballaghaderreen.  
This Saturday will be our last Saturday coaching session for the U6/8/10, so we hope to see everyone there for a morning of fun games and refreshments. 
Well done to the Shamrock Gaels Ladies Senior Champions in 1994 who were honoured at the Senior final at the weekend.
There was no winners of the lotto last weekend. The numbers drawn were 8, 21, 26 and 27. The jackpot now stands at €2,300 with the next draw on 21st September in Sean Macs. 
There will be an 8k run and a 5k family walk this Sunday in aid of Sooey playground. Registration starts at 12.30PM at Sooey hall with the race starting at 1PM and refreshment served afterwards - your support would be much appreciated.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Annie McDermott, Kilross who died recently.

16th Sep
The Senior Men are back in action this weekend taking on Calry/St Josephs in the Championship Quarter Final next Sunday at 2.30PM in Collooney. 
The Senior Ladies are also in action next Sunday taking on St Michaels at home in the League at 10.30AM. 
The U18 girls lost to a strong Drumcliffe/Rosses Point last Thursday in the A Shield semi final. The team was: Kate Brehony, Danielle McGovern, Ana McCann, Ruby Clark, Amy Healy, Grace O'Carroll,  Isobel Clark (0-1), Jade Lyons (0-1), Erin Mullany, Ceili Faughnan (0-3), Jane Benson (0-3), Nadine Hargadon (0-2), Makayla Mc Loughlin (0-1), Hannah Willis (0-1).  
The U16 boys play Coolera/Strandhill in the B Semi-final on Monday at 6.15PM in Coola. 
The U14 girls had a good win over Coolera/Strandhill in the B semi-final last Monday. It was a tight game throughout with Gaels coming out on top on a scoreline 6-6 to 3-5.The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Cloda Conlon, Hannah Sheridan, Sophie Swan, Hannah Sheridan, Lyn Barlow, Emma Rainey (0-1), Lara Swan (2-0), Sarah McKeon (0-1), Meabh Callaghan (1-1), Hannah Willis (1-0). Katie Brehony, Amy Malone, Beth Candon (0-1), Nola Eivers (2-2), Subs: Anna Bagnall, Sarah Carroll, Lilly Barber, Chloe McCann, Clodagh Costello, Ruby O' Sullivan, Chloe Somers. They now play St Molaise Gaels in the final at home this Saturday at 12PM.
The U14 boys play St John's in the B Championship semi-final this Thursday at 6.15PM at home. This is a repeat of the league final and promises to be a great game. 
Please show your support for all the underage semi-finals and finals this week. 
The Saturday coaching finished up for the year last weekend with fun games and treats. It was a busy year with many games and also hosting visiting teams from Ballaghdeeran, Boyle and Dromahair. Thanks to all the children and parents for their support during the year and to all of the coaches who gave up their time to develop the next generation of Gaels.  
The club will hold the annual Church gate collection on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of September. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,300 with the next draw this Saturday 21st September in Sean Macs. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Derek Lawson, Drumfin who died at the weekend.

23rd Sep
The Senior team grabbed a last gasp goal to earn a draw in the quarter final of the championship last Sunday against Calry/St Josephs. Having led by five points, the Gaels never got out of the blocks in the second half however in the last minute, a quick thinking David Quinn found Evan Lyons from a short free who in turn set up Johnny Quinn who made no mistake in finding the back of the net to set up a replay. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Keith McMorrow, Paul Higgins, Evan Lyons, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, Eoin Carroll, Dillon McDermott, Ciaran O'Connor, Frank Quinn, Shane Deignan (0-1), Dylan Willis, David Quinn (1-7), Patrick Benson. Subs: Johnny Quinn (1-0) for Dylan Willis, James Carroll for Eoin Carroll. The replay is set for next Sunday in Collooney at 4PM. 
The Senior ladies lost to St Michaels in the Div 2 league last Sunday. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Eillis O'Connor, Aoife Morrisroe, Aisling Boyd, Naomh Quinn, Isobel Clark, Amy Healy, Siobhan Brennan, Jade Lyons, Rachel Boyd, Jane Benson, Erin Mullaney, Aoife O'Connor, Aoife Brennan, Aine O'Connell. Subs used: Meg Craig, Lisa Conlon, Lousie Merrick, Grace O'Carroll, Kate Breheny. They now take on Owenmore Gaels next Sunday at home in round 3 at 10.30AM. 
The U16 boys had a great 6-9 to 3-7 win over Coolera/Strandhill in the B championship semi-final last Monday. The team was: Jack Duignan, Andrew Barlow, Conor Sheridan, Patrick Barrett, Andrew McGrievy, Aodhan Eivers (0-1), Jamie Parke, Jason Kilkenny (0-2), David Barlow (1-0), Dylan McKenna (1-0), Conor McMorrow (0-2), Shane Dwyer (2-0), Ciaran Kenny, Adam Kearns (1-1), James Foley (1-2). Subs used: Jay Rogers, Charlie Mullen, Troy Gilgarro (0-1), Keelan Brehony, Daniel O'Hara,  Nathan Wimsey. They now face Eastern Harps in the final next weekend, venue to be confirmed. 
The U16 girls play Curry in the C Championship final this Friday at 6PM, venue to be confirmed. 
The U14 boys had a great win against St John's in the championship semi-final last Thursday. In what was a repeat of the league final, the Gaels come out on top this time on a score line of 5-12 to 5-2. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Sean Kelly, Jack Tuohy, Adam O'Carroll, Oisin Conlon, Georgre Barlow, Matthew Potter, Niall Kenny (0-1), Daniel King (0-1), Joris Rooney, Ciaran Kenny (3-2), PJ Scanlon, Ryan Parke, James Foley (2-6), Steven Smith Subs: Aaron Coleman (0-1), Jack Barrett Jack Brehony, Aaron Taylor, Leo Kennedy. They now play Owenmore Gaels in the final on Thursday at 6PM, venue to be confirmed.
The U14 girls lost the B Championship final to St Molaise Gaels last Saturday. While we went in at halftime on top playing with the aid of a strong breeze, Molaise took full advantage of the wind in the second half and took the lead with eight minutes left and despite a late Nola Eivers penalty to level the game as it went in to injury time, St Molaise responded with a goal almost immediately and went on to win 6-10 to 6-3. The team was: Cheyenne Casey, Louise Robertson, Cloda Conlon, Chloe Somers, Hannah Sheridan, Lyn Barlow, Emma Rainey, Nola Eivers (3-0),  Sarah McKeon, Meabh Callaghan (1-1), Hannah Willis (0-1), Amy Malone (1-0), Katie Brehony, Beth Candon (0-1), Anna Bagnall (1-0), subs Chloe McCann, Clodagh Costello, Ruby O'Sullivan, Sarah Carroll, Lilly Barber. Hard luck to the girls who put in a great effort all year. Thanks to their coaches Siobhan Brennan, Catherine Tuohy, Aine Brennan and Michelle McMorrow for their work with the team this year. 
The club will hold the annual Church gate collection on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of September - please support.
Applications for the Connacht GAA Bursary Award Scheme 2019/20 is now open. The scheme awards bursaries of €750 to students attending Higher Education colleges and is open to members of the GAA who are attending a full-time Higher Education course and who are active participants in their Higher Education club.  Closing date for applications is 11th October 2019. More details and application forms can be found on www.connachtgaa.ie 

30th Sep
The Gaels are back in the Senior Championship semi-final for the first time in twenty five years with a tough five point win over Calry/St Josephs in the quarter final replay last Sunday evening. They now take on Tourlestrane next Sunday at 4PM in Markievicz Park. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins, Keith McMorrow, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, Eoin Carroll (0-1), Dillon McDermott, Shane Deignan (0-2), Frank Quinn (0-2), Ciaran O'Connor (0-1), Johnny Quinn (0-2), David Quinn (0-4), Patrick Benson. Subs: Declan Willis for P Higgins (inj), James Carroll for C O'Connor.  
The U16 boys play Eastern Harps in the B Championship Final Monday evening at 7.30PM in Scarden - please support.
Congratulations and well done to the U16 girls who had a convincing 5-12 to 0-4 win over Curry in the C Championship final last Friday. The team was: Emma O'Carroll, Andie Brady, Ellie McDermott, Aine Cogan, Ruby Clark, Eleanor Murphy, Ana McCann (0-1), Kate Brady, Jade McMorrow (0-1), Ceili Faughnan (0-5), Nadine Hargadon (1-0), Amy Willis (2-0), Meave Lyons (0-2). Subs: Meabh Callaghan (1-2), Hannah Willis (0-1), Sarah McKeon, Sophie Swan (1-0), Emma Rainey, Sorcha Mullaney, Lara Swan. Thanks to coaches Aoife O'Connor, Eilis O'Connor and Naomh Quinn for all their hard work with the team this year.
Congratulations also go to the U14 boys who ran out comfortable winners in the B Championship Final against Owenmore Gaels last Thursday. The team was: Brian Dwyer, Sean Kelly, Jack Tuohy, Adam O'Carroll, Oisin Conlon, George Barlow, Matthew Potter, Daniel King (0-3), Niall Kenny (1-0), PJ Scanlon, Ciaran Kenny (1-0), Sam Tuohy (2-0), Steven Smith, James Foley (1-8), Ryan Parke (1-0). Subs: Aaron Coleman, Jack Barrett, Joris Rooney, Leo Scanlon, Leo Kennedy, Jack Brehony, Adam Taylor. Thanks to James Conlon and Harry King for all their work with the team during the year and Paul Higgins and Shane Quigley also for their help in training the lads this year.
The U13 feile team play Easkey/St Farnans in the A Feile preliminary round next Sunday at 11.30AM in Easkey. 
Well done to former Gaels player Enda Tuohy who won the London Junior Championship today with Dulwich Harps.  
The winners of the monthly draw were Eugene Carroll, Carmel Tuohy and Michael Brennan.  
Thanks to all who supported the church gate collection last weekend. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Ursula Sweeney (nee Mullaney), Dromahair and Frances Gethins, Ballygawley who died last week.

7th Oct
The Senior team lost to Tourlestrane in the semi-final of the Championship last Sunday. The Gaels never got going in this game and were on the back foot from the off with Tourlestrane running out comfortable winners. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Evan Lyons, Paul Higgins (capt), Keith McMorrow, Sean Carroll, Karl McKenna, Andrew Flynn, Dillon McDermott (0-1), Eoin Carroll, Ciaran O'Connor, Frank Quinn (0-1), Shane Deignan (02,1f), Johnny Quinn, David Quinn (0-3f), Patrick Benson. Subs: Declan Willis for K McKenna (inj), Dylan Willis for C O'Connor, James Carroll for E Carroll, Darragh Hailstones for K McMorrow, Dáire Kearns for J Quinn. Thanks to the team and management of John McPartland, Derek Davey, Seamus Cawley, Arán McGowan and Hilary Lyons for their work during the year. While it was a disappointing end to the season, great progress has been made in consolidating our position after the success of last year. 
The Senior Ladies had a good win over Eoghan Rua last Sunday in round 3 of the league. The Gaels were in control of the game but a strong second half performance from the visitors put the Gaels under pressure but they held their composure and pulled away in the last five minutes to win on a scoreline of 7-9 to 3-8. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Lisa Conlon, Aoife Morrisroe, Naomh Quinn, Aisling Boyd, Amy Healy, Siobhan Brennan, Jade Lyons (2-1), Rachel Boyd (2-0), Lousie Merrick (0-2), Erin Mullaney (0-2), Jane Benson (1-2), Isobel Clark, Aine O'Connell (0-2), Aoife Brennan (1-0). Subs: Meg Craig (1-0), Grace O'Carroll.  
Well done to the G4M&O who participated in the National Blitz in Portmarnock at the weekend. 
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot last weekend with the numbers drawn were 1, 21, 26 and 30. The jackpot now stands at €2,500 with the next draw on 19th October in Hartes

14th Oct
The Boys U16 team take on Eastern Harps in the B Championship Final on Monday 14th at 7.30PM in Scarden - please support. 
The Senior Ladies lost 2-9 to 3-10 to Owenmore Gaels in Round 4 of the League in an exciting game last Sunday. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Lisa Conlon, Aoife Morrisroe, Eillis O'Connor, Amy Healy, Aisling Boyd, Lousie Merrick (1-0), Jade Lyons (1-0), Isobel Clark, Rachel Boyd, Erin Mullaney (0-1), Aine O'Connell, Jane Benson (0-8), Aoife O'Connor, Meg Craig. Subs: Grace O'Carroll, Meabh McDermott. They now take on Curry in the final league game next Sunday at home at 10.30AM. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,500 with the next draw this Saturday 19th October in Hartes. 
Congrats to neighbours St Michaels who won the Junior Championship at the weekend and to St Nathys who won the Ladies Connacht Intermediate final. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Bernie Quigley, Riverstown, Jim Collery, Ballygawley and Sadie Ryan, Riverstown who died last week.

21st Oct
Hard luck to the U16 team who lost to Eastern Harps in the final of the B Championship last weekend. The Gaels never got going in this game and a strong second half performance from the Harps saw them go on to win on a score line of 2-16 to 1-9. The team was: Jack Duignan, Patrick Barrett, Andrew Barlow, Conor Sheridan, Andrew McGrievy, Aodhán Eivers, Jason Kilkenny, David Barlow, James Foley (0-2), Conor McMorrow (0-5), Adam Kearns (1-0), Ciaran Kenny, Shane Dwyer. Subs: Jamie Parke for A Eivers, Dylan McKenna for S Dwyer (inj), Jay Rogers for A McGrievy, Charlie Mullen for C McMorrow, Brian Dwyer, Jay Rogers, Troy Gilgarro, Kellan Brehony, Nathan Wimsey. Thanks to the management for their work with the team this year, Gavin McMorrow, Ciaran O'Connor, Karl McKenna and Seamus Hailstones.  
The Senior ladies had a good 2-14 to 0-5 win over Curry in the final league game at the weekend and now play St Michaels in the Shield Final. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Eillis O'Connor, Aoife Morrisroe (0-1), Naomh Quinn, Aisling Boyd, Amy Healy, Jade Lyons (0-5), Louise Merrick, Rachel Boyd (1-2), Meg Craig, Erin Mullaney, Jane Benson (1-2), Isobel Clark. Subs used: Meabh McDermott, Lisa Conlon, Aine O'Connell (0-3), Roisin Kearns (0-1), Aoife O'Connor.  
Congrats to Tourlestrane on winning the Senior Championship at the weekend and best of luck in the Connacht championship. 
There was no winner of the lotto draw last weekend. The numbers drawn were 3, 22, 23 and 25. There was one match 3 winner, Joe Molloy, Castlebaldwin while Martin Cassidy won the house draw. The jackpot now stands at €2,600 with the next draw in Tommy Macs on 2nd November. 
The monthly club meeting takes place this Friday 1st November at 9.00PM while the Bord Ná Nóg meeting also takes place on Friday at 8.30PM. 
The lotto draw takes place this Saturday 2nd Nov in Tommy Macs with the jackpot standing at €2,600. 
Well done and congrats to neighbours Geevagh on winning the Intermediate Championship at the weekend. 
The club wish to express sympathy with Kieran Hughes on the death of his father, Jimmy Hughes, Ballisodare last week.

28th Oct
The monthly club meeting takes place this Friday 1st November at 9.00PM while the Bord Ná Nóg meeting also takes place on Friday at 8.30PM. 
The lotto draw takes place this Saturday 2nd Nov in Tommy Macs with the jackpot standing at €2,600. 
Well done and congrats to neighbours Geevagh on winning the Intermediate Championship at the weekend. 
The club wish to express sympathy with Kieran Hughes on the death of his father, Jimmy Hughes, Ballisodare last week.

4th Nov
The last game of the season takes place next Sunday with the Senior Ladies take on St Michaels in the Divison 2 Shield final at home at 10.00AM - please support. 
The winners of the monthly draw were Nigel Hargadon, Jonathan Quinn and Lauri Quinn. 
There was no winner of the lotto this weekend with the numbers drawn 13, 23, 24 and 29. There was one match 3 winner, Lauri Quinn with Anne Buckley winning the house draw. The jackpot is now €2,700 with the next draw in Des McDonaghs on 16th November.  
Bord Ná Nóg will be hosting a review of 2019 with all of the underage managers on Friday 15th November at a venue t.b.c.. This meeting will also be open to anyone interested in coaching for 2020 - all welcome.  
The AGM date has been set for Sunday 8th December at 5PM in the clubhouse.

11th Nov
The Senior Ladies lost to St Michaels in the final of the Division 2 Shield on Sunday on a scoreline of 2-9 to 0-9. The Gaels put in a great performance and with a point between the teams mid-way through the second half, the Gaels pushed forward but found it difficult to penetrate a blanket defence and ultimately left themselves exposed at the back with St Michaels scoring their second goal with seven minutes left to seal victory. The team was: Mairead Tuohy, Eillis O'Connor, Aisling Boyd, Lisa Conlon, Amy Healy, Louise Merrick, Naomh Quinn (0-1), Isobel Clark (0-1), Aoife Morrisroe, Aine O'Connell, Jade Lyons (0-1), Rachel Boyd, Jane Benson (0-5), Erin Mullaney (0-1), Aoife Brennan, Subs: Siobhan Brennan for A Brennan, Aoife O'Connor for L Conlon, Meg Craig for E Mullaney, Roisin Kearns for A O'Connell, Kate Breheny. Thanks to the team for their commitment over the year and to managers Gus Champan and Cormac Kearns. Thanks also to Catherine Tuohy and Simone Kelly for their help during the year and to Michael Brennan who had the pitch in great shape despite the inclement weather during the week. 
Well done to Adam Kearns who played with Sligo U16 who had a good win over Longford at the weekend in the Manning Cup and now take on Offaly next Saturday in the semi-final. 
There will be a meeting of all of the 2019 coaches next Friday 15th November from 8-9PM. We would like to invite coaches past and present to attend and anyone who has any interest in getting involved in the club in any way for 2020 to attend. Any enquiries please contact Michelle on 087 6157455. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,700 with the next draw on Saturday 16th in Des McDonaghs. 
The AGM date has been set for Sunday 8th December at 5PM in the clubhouse.

18th Nov
There was no winner or match 3 winner of the lotto last weekend. The numbers drawn were 7, 11, 25, 32. The house draw was won by Eamon McMunn. The jackpot now stands at €2,800 with the next draw on Saturday 30th in Des McDonaghs.  
Well done to Sligo U16's who are through to the Manning Cup final and now take on Laois this Saturday in Longford at 12.00AM. 
The AGM date has been set for Sunday 8th December at 5PM in the clubhouse.
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of J P Duffy, Curry and Pat Spellman, Bunninadden who passed away last week.

25th Nov
The Bord Ná Nóg AGM takes place this Wednesday 27th at 8PM in the clubhouse. We would encourage parents and anyone interested in helping out at any level in the club to attend the AGM - it is important we get more people involved so don't be shy. 
The Senior AGM takes place on Sunday 8th December at 5PM in the clubhouse. 
Well done to the Sligo U16 team and management and Gaels player Adam Kearns on winning the Manning Cup last weekend. 
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,800 with the next draw this Saturday 30th in Des McDonaghs. 
Congratulations to Tourlestrane's Richard Kennedy who won the EY Entrepreneur of the year last week. Richard is a great supporter of Sligo football and backs it up with Devenish's sponsorship of various Sligo teams down through the years including the U16 Manning Cup winners last weekend. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Seamus Kelly, Cartron and formerly of Carricknagat, Rosita Burke, Sooey, and Kitty Duggan, Sooey who died last week

2nd Dec
The Senior club AGM takes place next Sunday 8th at 5PM in the clubhouse.  
At the Bord Ná Nóg AGM last week the following officers were re-elected for the coming year, Chariman: Martin Cassidy, Secretary: Michelle McMorrow and Treasurer: Stephen Rooney. 
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot last weekend. There was one match 3 winner, Aisling Boyd with Jimmy Frazer winning the house draw. The numbers drawn were 6,7,23,28. The jackpot now stands at €2,900 with the next draw on Saturday 14th December in Sean Macs.  
The winners of the monthly draw were Padraig McKeon, Vincent Henry and Paul Quinn. 
We would like to take this opportunity to thank John McPartland who has stepped down as Senior Manager. John took over the team three years ago and brought great enthusiasm and dedication to the role overseeing one of the most successful periods of the Gaels Senior team history. They consolidated their position in Division 1 reaching the league final and reached the Championship semi final for the first time in twenty five years but most notably John took the club to the Intermediate Championship title win in 2018.  Thanks also to John's management team this year of Seamus Cawley, Derek Davey, Aran McGowan, Hilary Lyons and Wayne McNulty for their hard work which we hope we can build on in 2020. Anyone interested in the Manager position for coming year should contact Chairman, Lauri Quinn on 087 2684044.  
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives Tess O'Grady, Carrowkeel, Riverstown and Rose McDonagh, Ballygawley who died last week.

9th Dec
The lotto jackpot stands at €2,900 with the next draw this Saturday 14th in Sean Macs, Riverstown. 
The winners of the December draw were, Vincent Boyd, Marie Henry and Gearoid O'Connor while the winners of the Christmas Draw were Michael Henry, Jimmy Scanlon and Mary Quinn, Emlagh. 
At the AGM last Sunday the club was pleased to appoint Seamus Cawley and Michael Reynolds as joint Club Presidents to succeed Tommy McDermott who passed away during the year. Both Seamus and Michael are lifelong members of the club and continue to play an active role in club affairs. 
The annual club mass for deceased members takes place on Saturday Jan 11th at 8.00PM in Riverstown. 
The club wish to express sympathy with the family and relatives of Terry Mulligan, Castlebaldwin and Limerick who died last week and to David Swann and family on the death recently of his father Canon Frederick David Swann, Ballymote.

16th Dec
There was no winner of the lotto draw last week. The numbers drawn were 5, 13, 19 and 26 with 4 match 3 winners. Rona Cullinan, Castlerea, Ava Kolkman, Aisling Kolkman and Donie Quinn, Germany while Sean McDermott won the house draw. The jackpot now stands at €3,000 with the next draw in McDermotts, Castlebaldwin on 28th December.  
The annual club mass for deceased members takes place on Saturday Jan 11th at 8.00PM in Riverstown.