GAA News: Gaeil Fhánada ladies triumph over MacCumhaills

first_imgSenior LadiesOur Senior Ladies continue their winning ways when they played in the North West Division 3 League beating MacCumhaills 7:14 v 0:06They won comprehensively last weekend. Well done Ladies on a great team performance. Foireann Gaeil Fhánada: Rosheen Mc Ginley, Eimear Mc Conigley, Aisling Howe, Maggie Friel, Shauna Howe, Maríosa Friel,Maireád Coll 1-3 Aoife Mcdevitt, Orlaigh Carr 0-2, Hannah Shiels 0-2, Lauren Carr 1-2, Aisling McDevitt 2-3, Siobhan Coyle 2-2, Eimear Gibbons, Deirdre Friel 1-0, Michelle Doherty.Gaeil Fhanada LottoNumbers drawn were 03, 05, 07, 13, 18 Bonus no 07. €100 winner Regina Mc Gettigan, Kerrykeel.€50 winner was The McTaggart family c/o McAteers Rinmore.Next weeks jackpot €1000. Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!Gaeil Fhánada Cúl Camp 2016Thank you very much to all the children who took part, from near and far, who enjoyed another very successful Cúl Camp,. Thank you to our County players and to everyone who helped out during the week, much appreciated.U12 Parish LeagueThe competition has definitely taken a twist this evening leaving only 6 points between first place and 2nd & 3rd are tied. Excellent skills and determination was shown by all the players this evening. The fire in Cian Sweeney & Patrick Gallagher belly has left our parish league well and truely up in the air. Caolan Gibbons had a really strong game finishing everytime with a lovely swift ball right over the bar. Meabh Duffy was excellent in midfield with unreal power and strength. Roisin Carr had some super passes up the field to her team mates and did a excellent job defending against the solid and skillful Caitlin Heraghty.Caitlin had a great game and fought hard for her ball everytime. Ronan Mc Fadden even with a injury soldiered on and kept the scorline to a minimum. Hugh Rodgers was exceptionally strong this evening and had a big influence on the game. Orla Mc Ateer had some hard tackles but stood strong and came out the other side ending with a perfect point. Aoife Gibbons & Shaun Mc Devitt worked very well in the backline excellent communication and speed on the ball was shown by them both. Ciaran Sweeney excelled in speed & precision on the ball.He shows sheer determination every minute he is on the field. Michael Gibbons fought hard and had a a big influenece on the scoreline. Jessica Coll has a fab ability to read the game and will not give up until possesion is hers. The mighty skill shown by Conor Heraghty and ability to restructure his team is a trait not often shown by one so young. Darren Mc Ateer has one hand on that cup and it is not going to be taken away from him easily.Every ball that comes his way is guaranteed to go over the bar. Cian Friel is one step ahead of the game and rounds up the team nicely. Not much is passing Shaun Carr in midfield once that ball is in his hands it is not getting away unless he comes up against Meabh Duffy who shows no mercy and never backs down. Callum Mc Ateer’s accuracy and technique enabled his team finish with a great scoreline. Emma Hunter came into the game like a whirlwind she definitely has shaken things up with her excellent skill and strength on the field. Grainne Sweeney has a natural ability to interpret the game. Grainne has a great ability to keep the back line safe from harm and intercepts the ball with key precision everytime.Coaches Tracey Mc Bride & Paddy Heraghty, assisted by Sean Sweeney.The battle continues next Thursday evening.U16 boysOur U16’s travelled to St. Michaels last Friday and came away with a superb victory. Missing our full forward line of Eoghan Mc Grenaghan and Mark McAteer through injury, the lads didn’t let that stop them racking up 4-9against the Dunfanaghy men.Indeed places are going be hard to come by as the players are all pushing hard for a starting berth in the next match. The Fanad goals came from Matthew Gallagher, Eoghan Shiels, Brandon McClafferty and Shaun Kerr. James Howe, James Sweeney and Michael Sweeney dealt with any firepower St. Michaels had.Darren McElwaine and Johnny Gallagher had a huge impact on the game at halfback. Bernard McGettigan and Fergus Friel were always in control in midfield. Our busy half forward line of John Friel, Odhran Duffy and Kieran Coyle were on fire all evening while Shaun Kerr played the sweeper role perfectly.Our new full forward line of Mathew Gallagher and Eoghan Shiels had a mean look about it as well. Subs on the night contributed well when they all came on shortly after half time Shaun Sweeney, Kieran Mc Devitt and Liam Sweeney. Man of the Match was Brandon McClafferty who is a shining example of what hard work on the training field can achieve.The lads now find themselves second in the table and must fancy themselves for a shot at some of the bigger teams in the county in the latter stages of the league.Sunday 14th August – Junior B Championship Semi-FinalsMacCumhaills v Fanad – away to MacCumhaillsDún na nGall v Baile Atha CliathPáirc an Chrócaigh is the venue to be at this Saturday 07 th August for the All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter Finals at 6:00p.m.All-Ireland Minor Championship Quarter-Final (Referee: Jerome Henry)Congratulations to our County teams last weekend when they took on and beat Cork in Croke Park. Come on everyone come along to Croke Park and support our boys!Please get your notes to Margaretta before 10p.m. on a Sunday night if you want them published. Check out our Facebook page for all up-to-date news!GAA News: Gaeil Fhánada ladies triumph over MacCumhaills was last modified: August 3rd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA notesGaeil FhanadaLadieslast_img

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