A table quiz will be held in Casadh an tSúgain this Saturday, 1st of October @10pm sharp. The quiz is in aid of Peil na mBan Naomh Muire.
Aan evening of fun and Craic. The club needs your support.
The under 13s will play Four Masters in their next div 1 league game in the banks this Saturday morning. The game has a throw-in time of 11am with all players to be there for 10.15am.
The seniors travel North Eastwards again this weekend for another important league match. They play the only team that they have yet to play in this division, Urris. Another 3 points from this game would be another massive step towards the ultimate goal of promotion and would leave only two away games to play with three at home. Throw in is at 5:45pm.
The reserves meanwhile take on Carndonagh in the championship playoff before the senior game. The winners will advance to the next round, so it's all to play for. Throw in is at 3:45pm.
There will be an under 8's blitz with neighbours Dungloe this Friday evening in the Banks, starting at 6pm. Players and parents are asked to be there at 5:45pm.
Let's come out and support our young players. Go raibh maith agaibh.
The under 13s will have training in the banks this evening at 7pm. Their next game is at home to Four Masters on Saturday morning in the banks.
Seniors: Buncrana 1-09 Naomh Muire 1-12
Reserves: Buncrana 0-04 Naomh Muire 2-10
Both adult teams recorded important league wins away from home today. First up it was the reserves, fresh from their championship victory in the banks last night. They had a comfortable win in the opening game. Well done to the lads for two wins in two days.
In the senior game it was back to winning ways for the lads as they came out on top by three points. Short a few players through injury, Danny O Donnell made a few changes from the start with Shaun J Boyle coming in to the forward line. A good overall team performance away from home pushes Naomh Muire five points clear at the top of the league. (see updated table below).
1.P.O'DONNELL 2. L.MCLAUGHLIN 3. S.ROGERS 4. P.MCLAUGHLIN 5. S.DOHERTY 6. S.MCDEVITT 7. 8. C.MCCANN (0-01) 9. C.BARR 10. A.DOHERTY (0-02) 11. R. BRADLET (0-05) 12. O.DOHERTY (1-01) 13. G.FRIEL 14. R.DOHERTY 15. K.DOHERTY 16. P.MCMONAGLE
1.LEE BOYLE 2. AIDI O'GARA 3. THOMAS DUFFY 4. DANIEL GALLAGHER 5. SEAN (P) GALLAGHER 6. SEAMUS FERRY 7. PAUL BOYLE 8. DARA WHITE (0-01) 9. OWENIE MCGARVEY 10. HARRY HARDEN 11. PADDY MCCAFFERTY 12. SEAN (Y) BOYLE 13. SEAN (S) BOYLE (1-05) 14. TOM MCHUGH (0-01) 15. CIARAN MCGINLEY (0-04) 16. OWEN GRANT FOR 6. 17. HUGH MCGEADY FOR 7 18. JOHN PIDGEON FOR 12
Reserves1.CONOR DEVENNEY 2. THOMAS DEVENNEY 3. MAURICE MCBRIDE 4. SEAN DUFFY 5. AIDEN ROGERS 6. LAURENCE COYLE (0-01).7. HUGH MARTIN (2-00) 8. KEVIN BOYLE 9. DANIEL DEVLIN 10. SHANE GREENE 11. BRIAN O'DONNELL (0-01) 12. HUGH BOYLE (0-03) 13. DARREN GALLAGHER (0-03) 14.MICHAEL GALLAGHER (0-02) 15.GARY BOYLE
Two games where played in division 3 this evening with victories for both home teams.
Downings 1-10 Aodh Ruadh -06
Milford 2-07 Naomh Bríd 0-12
The updated league table is shown below:
The club have a large number of coaches who have attended Child Protection courses this year and in previous years reinforcing the emphasis placed on child protection within the club. It is the club's aim that parents and guardians of all children who are placed in the club's care, should feel that their child is in a safe environment, free from harm, with the focus on enjoyment and fun.
Naomh Muire currently have more members/coaches who have completed the Child Protection course than any other club in the county which is another clear statement of the importance of child protection and safety with the club.
The club's child protection policy is now available under the HOME menu on this website.
Naomh Muire 2-07 Carndonagh 1-08
The reserves defeated Cardonagh this evening in the Banks to push this Intermediate Championship tie to a third game. Having been defeated in Carn in both the first leg and also the league the reserves produced a good performance to edge this game by two points in the end. We wish them all the best in the upcoming play-off.
The club have been working hard on a range of projects over the last number of months and these are now at decision stage. On Monday night in the clubhouse the way forward for these projects will be discussed and decisions taken.
This meeting takes place in the clubhouse at 9pm and is open to all club members and interested parties.