Glencar\Manorhamilton (@1.07) vs Allen Gaels (@8.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Glencar\Manorhamilton will win

Glencar\Manorhamilton – Allen Gaels Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:00

Sincere thanks to Pauline and the Credit Union Board of Management for their generous support. Marketing Officer for her assistance with the jersey design and Colm Farrell of Colm Farrell Films for the lovely photographs. Under 16 & Minor Sponsors Glencar Manorhamilton Ladies Club is delighted to welcome Manorhamilton and District Credit Union Ltd as the new sponsor of the Under 16 and Minor girls teams. Pauline Murray, Credit Union Manager presented the jerseys to the teams and their Coaches this evening at the Credit union office. Best of luck to the Minor team in the Shield Final, date and venue tbc. Thanks also to Sheila McManus, C.U.

He represented Leitrim at senior level for a number of years & enjoyed further club success by winning a three in a row of Division 1 League Titles with Allen Gaels in 1973, 74 & 75 and was part of that team which contested 6 league finals on the trot and lost a senior championship final in 1973 after a replay. He was club secretary on a number of occasions and as recently as 2002 when the Club last won the senior championship and although Brendan would never have said it, he was hugely proud to see his son, Andy make the breakthrough to the senior team and collect a championship medal. Brendan Canning:The news of the sudden passing of Brendan Canning was a huge shock to the club and the community, as it became known last Thursday morning. He served the club as team selector, referee, coach, Scor participant and he was a great man to pen a poem to celebrate a famous club victory or to contribute to match programmes. As a man, Brendan was fiercely loyal, utterly dependable and a straight talker he wouldnt always tell you what you wanted to hear but maybe it was what you needed to hear and there was always common sense & logic behind it. In sporting terms, he would be described today as a teenage prodigy. To those who knew him best it will be the quick wit and sense of fun that will be the abiding memory and we will miss those humorous exchanges most of all. Indeed he joked that in the All Ireland Semi Final against Limerick which was a one sided affair, he was marked by future All Star & All Ireland Winner, Pat Hartigan, and the pair made a deal that late in the game Brendan would be given free passage to goal to put a gloss on the scoreline It could only happen to Brendan! One of Brendans greatest contributions to the club is often overlooked and that was the role he played in coaching & nurturing a young crop of players in the early 1980s that would go on to enjoy great success at senior level in the years ahead. Francis as a 16 year old for an historic Junior Championship success in 1963, a first for Drumshanbo. The Club extends deepest condolences to Rosie, Trevor, Andrea, Trina & Andrew, to his brothers John and Mel and sister, Joan, as well as the McGowan, McKeon & Guckian Families, his extended family & a wide circle of friends. Brendan played in goals for St. Brendan was also a keen contributor to Scor and excelled in Question Time and was part of the legendary trips to England in 1985 to raise funds for the purchase of The Mayflower as a community centre. The Club performed a guard of honour on Monday at his funeral and a minutes silence was observed before the County Final on Sunday afternoon. He also won a Connacht Minor Hurling Championship medal with Leitrim at this time scoring 3 goals in the final. In 1965 he had the unique distinction of representing Leitrim at minor, U-21, junior and senior level in the same year while still in secondary school. He continued playing into the mid 1980s and captained the club in the centenary year of 1984. He was responsible for creating the town league that brought on a generation of young players in that period. Brendan had a deep involvement in a wide range of voluntary community activities for over 50 years ranging from the GAA to the credit union to amateur drama.

Monday, June 25th

Michaels, Geevagh & Mohill for travelling ontheday and serving up some great football. A special thank you to Derek Moran & Noel Heron who refereed all 7 matches. Niall Higgins Tournament:TheNiall Higgins Memorial Tournament took place on Bank Holiday Monday inthepark with U-14 teams from Leitrim, Sligo & Roscommon taking part. Well done to John Nolan & Berni Lynch &theCoiste na nOg Committee for organisingtheevent and a big thank you to all who helped out in catering for alltheteams & supporters intheclubhouse. Michaels & Geevagh inthegroup stages. Many thanks to St. After a thrilling match Mohill prevailed with a last minute goal provingthedifference on a scoreline of 3-02 to 1-05. Thank you to Paddy & Mairead Higgins who presentedthetrophy tothewinning captain, Conor Quinn, from Mohill. Allen Gaels played Mohill inthefinal after both sides defeated St.

St. Francis Ladies:Well done to the ladies who got the championship off to a good start with a well deserved win over Mohill on Sunday morning. We play Fenagh this Sunday but no details of fixture as yet. The final score was 3-13 to 1-07 with goals from Ailish Cornyn, Ciara McTigue & Maeve Daly the difference. Best of luck to the panel and to Paul & Gareth.

Final Score 1-13 to 1-14. This was a superb game of football played by two skillful and determined teams in front of a large gathering of supporters from both camps. U13 Boys Our U13 were crowned the Barna Waste C Champions after an extra time thriller over St Marys in the Championship Final played in Pirc Sen on Monday evening last. Well done to our team and their mentors James and Dominic.

Monday, April 3rd

Division 1:We had mixed fortunes last week with our first win away in Aughnasheelin on Wednesday evening on a scoreline of 2-11 to 0-11 but followed up with a defeat in Drumkeerin on Saturday 115 to 2-08. A Ciaran Walsh goal after 41 minutes turnedthematch and further points from Caleb Duffy, Martin Raftery, James Flynn, Kyle Flynn & Brian Mulvey (3f) put us in control but it took a late goal from Nicholas Moore to sealthewin. Bryan Beirne, Brian Mulvey, James Flynn & a Nicholas Moore penalty were our second half scores.There is a break now in fixtures until after Leitrim play Roscommon. In Drumkeerin we got off to a great start with Ciaran Walsh again findingthenet after 3 minutes and with points from Gareth Higgins, Nicholas Moore, Ciaran Walsh & Brian Mulvey (2), we led 1-05 to 1-04 attheinterval.Thelack of depth inthepanel atthemoment told when we couldnt cope with a couple of injuries and Drumkeerin ran out winners by 4 points. We performed really well in Aughnasheelin despite trailing 0-06 to 0-01 after 20 minutes we went in atthebreak 0-06 to 0-04 our points coming from James Flynn (2), Brian Mulvey & Nicholas Moore.

We trailed 0-05 to 0-02 at the break after missing a host of chances especially in the opening quarter. Despite the lads best efforts we missed 2 great goal opportunities in the second half to close the gap and Bornacoola added 3 points in injury time to secure the points. Dunnes Bar Division 2:We lost to Bornacoola on Saturday evening in a downpour in Ballinaglera on a scoreline of 0-13 to 0-06. Although under strength this was a sloppy performance and there is lots to work on in the coming weeks. Nicholas Moore was our only scorer on the night with 4 frees & 2 from play which tells its own story.

We led at the break 3-05 to 0-11 with Radek finding the net twice including a well taken penalty and Shane McKeon with another great finish. The game is fixed for Friday 7:30pm in Pairc Sean so please turnout in good numbers to support the lads. Best of luck to Angus, Farrell and the squad. Westlink Coaches U-15 Boys:The boys won an epic match against St. The game swung in favour of each side with St. We now play Mohill in the final who have won all their games to date including a 1-12 to 0-10 win over our lads last week. Marys starting both halves strongly but ultimately the lads kicked on in the last 10 minutes with the game tied and we scored 1-08 to 0-01 in that period to ensure the win. Marys in Carrick last Thursday evening on a scoreline of 5-15 to 2-16 in the 15 aside semi final. Our scorers were: Ciaran McMorrow 1-08 (5f); Radek Oberwan 3-02; Shane McKeon 1-00; Conor Flood 0-03; Sean Lynch 0-01; Jamie McGrail 0-01. Marys scored 2-02 in the opening 6 minutes of the second half to turn the game again in their favour but we put in a great last quarter and once Ciaran McMorrow expertly found the net on 50minutes we never looked back. St. This was a thrilling game between 2 well matched sides and it was refreshing to see both teams exhibit high fielding, kick passing and great score getting.

Monday, February 5th

We see a repeat of the county final of last season with Mohill and Aughawillan the pick of the games next Sunday. Emlyn Mulligan and Conor Dolan tell us how they saw their clash game. Melvin Gaels won the battle of the North against Glencar Manorhamilton while Drumreilly reached the Quarter Finals despite losing to Mohill to finalise the line up for the Championship Quarter Finals.

The jackpot now stands at 2,100. Also a reminder that annual lotto tickets are available from any club officers for 85 for the year. The 5 prize winners of 20 each were: Josie Duignan, Drumcong; Naydene Beckett, Drumshanbo; Pat Gallagher, Dristernan; Sarah Beckett, Drumshanbo and Jim Joe Mulhern, Ballyfarnon. Lotto:There was no winner of the lotto jackpot & the numbers drawn were 10-14-17-25.

Also a reminder that annual lotto tickets are available from any club officers for 85 for the year. The jackpot now stands at 1,600. Lotto:There was no winner of the lotto jackpot & the numbers drawn were 09-19-21-22. The 5 prize winners of 20 each were: Patricia Coggins, Leitrim Village; Fintan Cullen, Tarmon; Josephine McCawley, Dowra; Edel Scollan, Drumshanbo and Laura Cronin, Ballinamore.