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GAA Club Notes Sunday, May 15th, 2016

posted 23 May 2016, 02:08 by Jimmy O'Brien
Our senior men’s team recorded another impressive win in Division 2 of the Furey’s Coaches league last Sunday when they beat Easkey by 3-18 to 4-7. Three Niall Collery goals proved key to the win. We have a bye this weekend. 
Team: Justin Lyons, Colin Feeney, Jude McGarry, Aaron McCormack, Dara Long, Seán Power, Stephen Regan, Cian Lally, Neil Ewing, Jamie Gillen, Paul Logan, Niall Canning, Kevin Davey, Brian Óg Murphy, Niall Collery. Subs: John Bellew, Seán Peyton, Brian Monaghan.The seniors have a bye next weekend before hosting Enniscrone at Oxfield on the weekend of May 29th.

The Intermediate ladies lost to Calry/St Joseph’s in the league last Sunday result – a result which means the team miss out on the play-offs. Team: Tracey O’Boyle, Jayne McCormack, Aoife Clancy(C), Shirley Nicholson, Orlaith Furey, Michelle McManama, Lisa McLoughlin, Ciara Redmond, Rachel Monaghan, Emily McCormack, Amanda Healy, Denise Regan, Roisin Healy, Laura Oates Sinead Ní Bhríon. Subs: Sinead Regan, Keeley Greene, Ciara Gilmartin.
Well done to Eoghan Smith who won the boys U14 football skills competition in Scarden last Wednesday evening. Eoghan will now represent  Sligo at the national finals in Abbotstown in June.

The U14 hurlers had a tough encounter with Naomh Eoin in the league. Despite being  8 points ahead the result was in doubt up until the last minute when a pointed free gave Naomh Eoin a well deserved draw.  Benbulben Gaels will have four players on the Sligo U17 team who play Longford in the Celtic Challenge at Scarden  on Wednesday evening at 7pm.  Please  support.

Well done to all the participants in last Sunday’s Community Games Track and Field finals at Oxfield.
There are 114 entrants in our Last Man Standing Championship Prediction competition which started at the weekend. The competition leaderboard can be viewed each week via our Facebook page or see runlastman.com. €250 awaits the last person standing