Having qualified for the finals last weekend, the under 14 boys will take part in the finals of the regional feile this weekend in Glenties. They will be joined in the finals by Naomh Conaill, Aodh Ruadh and St.Nauls who also qualified from their sections. The first game begins at 11am. The bus will leave the car park in Annagry at 9.30am. Players are reminded to bring their shorts and socks to the match.
The under 16 boys continue their league campaign when they entertain Killybegs in the Banks this Sunday morning. This is their first home game of the season and im sure the lads are looking forward to a home game having been on the road for their first three games. The game will throw-in at 12 noon.
The under 15 boys will play neighbours Dungloe in the Gaeltacht this Monday evening. Dungloe have home advantage this year and the game will throw-in at 6.30pm.
Training will take place in the banks at the following times every Saturday morning at the following times. Training will take place every Saturday
Team Time Contact Year
Under 8s 10am-11am 0863189331 2004/2005/2006
Under 10s 10am-11am 0857616749 2002/2003
Under 12s 11am-12pm 0873119761 2000/2001
Well done to the under 14 boys have qualified for the finals of the Feile competition which take place this Saturday in Glenties. They will play against Naomh Conaill, Aodh Ruadh and one other team who have yet to qualify from their section.
There will be a registration evening in the banks this Wednesday evening from 8pm - 9pm in the club-house. It is important that all under-age players get registered on the night to make sure they are members of the club and are covered with insurance in case of injury.
The under 10s beat Ballyboden St Enda's and Ballyboden Wanderers to win back the James Maria Cup which was last won in 1995. Two great games of football and remember Ballyboden St Enda's are one of Ireland's biggest clubs with an amazing 82 teams!!!
The under 12s beat Lucan Sarsfields and Ballyboden Wanderers to win the Jim Kearns Cup for the first time. Quality passing was the fea...ture of both games by the young Naomh Muire team.
Overall a great day in Ballyboden and with two cups we left the Dublin mountains and headed for a great night in Croke park. Although Donegal lost (Baile Átha Cliath 3-16 Dún na nGall 0-13 ) we enjoyed the hurling match and the Dublin v Donegal game. We should be very proud of the 46 boys and girls who travelled and who represented their club and community with pride and great manners. All will remember days like this probably for ever which makes days like this worth it all. Watching them put the hard work of the winter training into practise against strong Dublin clubs was great to watch and they will all have taken something good from today. Thanks to all the coaches who travelled and to Sean O Baoill in Ballyboden for arranging the hosting of the blitz
All the photos from the trip are available in the Gallery. Click here to go directly there.
The under 16 boys will travel to Glenties this Sunday to take on Naomh Conaill in their next league game. The game throws in at 12pm.
Under 8 training will return to the Banks this Saturday from 10am - 11am. All players born in 2003 or before are welcome to attend.
The minor team will have a challebge game against St.Eunans in Letterkenny this Friday evening @5.15pm. The bus will leave the car park at 3.45pm.