News - Friday 30th August 19

Westport 5 – 15 McHale/Rovers 3 – 8 

Westport were Convincing winners of the Mayo Lady’s Division 2 Summer League at Rice College Sports ground Westport on Friday week. McHale/Rovers got off to a great start with a point from Rebecca Maughan with a goal from the boot Emily Murray after 12minuets. With the impressive Saoirse Ludden Tara Hastings causing the visitors defences all sorts of problems and the points stated to mount up. Sinead Walsh McHale/Rovers tacked on three points in a four minuets spell from the17th minuet to the twentieth minuet. Westport secures their win with three goals in the last ten minuets of the half Tara Hastings grabbed two goals and Megan Nugent one to give the West Mayo side a 3-9 to 1-4 lead at the break Tara Hastings quickly added another goal four minuets into the new half to their credit McHale/Rovers never gave up two points from Sinead Walsh and another from Caoimhe Walsh  and goals from Shauna Maughan and Sinead Walsh kept the score board ticking over at the other end Westport were tacking on points for fun and ran out easy winners after a entertaining game with some great scoring by both sides. The fact that Westport were playing at a higher grade football all year was a telling factor      

McHale/Rovers Team and scorers Niamh Larkin Danielle Kelly Ruth Queenan Avril Noone Aoife Deane Marie Larkin (Capt) Grace Murray Eilis Keane Caoimhe Walsh 0-1 Emily Murray 1 -0 Shauna Maughan 1-0 Katrina Maughan Sinead Walsh 1-6 Rebecca Maughan 0-1 Laura Walsh Subs Sinead Mulhern for Laura Walsh Katie Merrick for Grace Murray Marie O’Donnell for Avril Noone

 

Kilmurray Social.

On this Coming Sunday evening 8th September in Kilmurray Community centre with Music by Conor Duffy Commencing at 7pm admission €5. Come along meet and greet your friends. Refreshments served all are welcome

 

Lotto Results.

There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 24th August. The numbers dawn were 6 – 15 – 19 – 24 four punters matched three numbers Paddy and Geraldine McGarrigle Fotish Crossmolina, Keith Jordan Enniscoe Crossmolina Derek Greham Deerpark Crossmolina, Thomas and Catherine Loftus Freehen Crossmolina they share the €150 prize. The draw took place in Maughans Bar. This week’s jackpot is €7,650. Many thanks for your continued 

 

Michael Walsh League.

Kilmeena were in complete control of this Michael Walsh Group 2 league tie against Crossmolina at Tiernans on Sunday week. The visitors lead at half time 1-9 to 0-3 Two second half  goals from Patrick Loftus and Shane McKinley gave the score board a more respectable look in the end. Kilmeena ran out 3-15 to 2-5 winners.   

Crossmolina team and scorers David O’Boyle Noel Hegarty Jonathan O’Boyle Kenneth McHugh Barry Murphy Stephen O’Malley David Howley John Garrett 0-1 Colm Hegarty Robert Murphy 0-1 Shane McKinley 1-0 Patrick Loftus 1-0 Ian Kelly Edward Gough 0-2 Liam Donohoe Subs Jason Murphy for Liam Donohoe Declan Gilroy for Edward Gough Martin Connor 0-1 for Ian Kelly Fergal Gill for David Howley Ronan McDermott for Patrick Loftus Ronan Lavelle for John Garrett.

 

Kilmurry Parent and Toddler Group

Takes place every Tuesday morning in the Community Centre from 11am to 1pm. €4 per family. Come along for a cup of tea and a chat while the Children play. All are welcome 

 

Gold For Joanne

Congratulation to Joanne Loftus Carrowkilleen and of Moy Valley AC 

Ballina who won a gold medal in winning the All-Ireland Junior mile race at the Morton games at Santry Stadium last week. Sprinting home in a time of 5;35;07

 

U15 League.

Naomh Padraig were comfortable winners in this opening round of the County Division 2 League at Tiernans Park on Sunday week. Three first half goals from Conor Barret Paddy Gough and Shane Loughney laid the foundation for a half time lead of 3-4 to 1-3 Richie Shelly getting the Crossmolina goal and points from James Maheady two and one from Eoin Murphy  The second half was a much closer affair with James Maheady kicked four points and Jack Naughton two points but further goals from Jordan Clarke and James McLoughlin kept the visitors score board ticking over  to leave final score Naomh Padraig 5 -8 Crossmolina 1-9    

Crossmolina team and scorers Jack Sharkey Jack Loftus Matthew Gortskeddia Kyle Howley Danny McDonald Mickie Maloney Dara Deane Eoin Murphy 0-1 Dara Syron Richie Shelly 1-0 James Maheady 0-6 Eoin O’Boyle Matthew Williams Diarmuid Coggins Jack Naughton 0-2 Sub Ronan Loftus for Kyle Howley   

 

Crossmolina Win Corofin Tournament. 

On Saturday 24th September we returned to home of the current all Ireland club champions Corofin to play in their prestigious Tournament

We were welcomed back as defending champions having seen off the host club in the semi final last year and St Marys Carrick On Shannon in the final

We had 3 teams involved on the day in the cup, the plate, and the shield. We had 2 teams that were 11 aside and 1 team of 9. The groups were the same for all teams we all faced St Marys of Carrick-on-Shannon first followed by the might of Kilmacud Crokes Dublin and our last game of the round robin was against St Marys Sligo

The difficulty in the challenge for us was competing against clubs with a much larger number of players to choose from we needed players from our U10 squad to help with the 3rd team. Most teams there had lads that were physically much bigger than our lads but that did nothing to deter our lads from giving their all. We were delighted with the efforts of all and the never say die attitude of all players when we behind in games

One team progressed to the semi final of the cup Competition and were once again pitted against the might of Corofin as they had come 2nd in their group. Templeouge Synge Street Dublin were the winners of that group while a very gallant Claremorris finished 3rd and the 4th team in that group were the maroon and white of Doora Barefield from Clare

We overcame Corofin in a great battle to reach the final while Kilmacud emerged victorious in the Dublin derby. The toll of the hard days football was beginning to tell and our lads were out on their feet we started well and Built up a half time lead but began to falter new energy arrived in the form of 2 lads from team 2 (sanctioned by Corofin ) and that was all we needed to see us emerge as 1 point victors