Our Senior men had a 1-10 to 1-7 win over St. Johns in round 2 of the Senior Championship on Sunday evening last in Kilcoyne Park,
Tubbercurry. Alan Dunne was the top scorer with a tally of 1-3. The game also marked Eamon O'Hara's return to club championship. The team
play in the senior league this Friday night against Eastern Harps at 8pm in Keash. Continued support for the team is greatly appreciated.
The Division 4 team will take on Drumclifef/Rosses Point on Saturday evening at 7.30pm at Oxfield park. Bon voage to player, Ciaran Carty,
who departed for Australia yesterday.
Well done to Brendan Egan, Brian Kennedy, Eamon O'Hara and the rest of the Sligo Senior Mens team and management on their well deserved
Connacht Semi Final win over Galway.
Well done to the Senior Hurlers on their recent win over neighbours Tubbercurry in round 6 of the Dermot Molloy league on a scoreline of
2-13 to 2-11.
Bon Voage to senior ladies player, Shauna Henry, who went to New York for the summer recently. Also, best wishes to Jenny Lundy, another
senior player who is currently volunteering in Africa.
Well done to the Kilmactigue U-12 Community Games girls team who have played outstanding in reaching the final of the
Best wishes to Tracy O'Hara, Claire Colleran and the rest of the Sligo Ladies team and management as they play Leitrim in the Intermediate
Connacht Ladies Football Championship on Sunday in McHale Park, Castlebar at 12pm. Please show your support for the girls!
Best wishes to Senior player Barry Walsh, Cathal Henry and the rest of the Sligo Minor team and management as they play Mayo in the Connacht
Semi Final on Sunday in McHale Park, Castlebar at 1.30pm. Please show your support!
The U8 team are playing great football against various different teams around the county. The club will be hosting a blitz for these stars of
the future on July 20th and it is hoped that great support will be shown. Pictures from recent games will be on the website on the coming
Hard luck to the boys and girls of Banada National School who lost out in both the boys and girls Allianz Cumann na mBunscol finals in Sligo
on Saturday last. In the girls game. great scores came from Crona Kildunne and Bronagh Mulgrew as Banada fought back courageously and
played tremendously throughout the game but on the day the Templeboy were the winners. In the boys game, Owen Walsh and Thomas Lundy got
great points with Rian Walsh and Ben Tracey working really hard but unfortunately the boys lost out to a stronger team on the day.
The Kellog's GAA Cul Camps will take place in Tourlestrane from the 2nd to the 6th of July. The camp is open to primary school children,
both boys and girls, from 6-13 years of age. Applications will be avaliable from all primary schools in the coming weeks. Alternatively
you can check out the back of Kellog's cereal boxes for further information and discounts.
The next Banada Teenage disco will take place on July 1st.
Big money waiting to be won every Tuesday night in Banada Abbey Hall. Bingo from 8.30pm with a minimum payout each night of €2,000.
Well done to all the Leaving and Junior Cert students of the parish who recently completed their respective exams.
A County Board Fund Raising Draw will take place on the August Bank Holiday weekend. The Fund raising draw is being organized by the
County Board to assist with expenditure on our County teams and to continue the development of the new Centre of Excellence at Scarden.
The Draw has €10,000 of prizes on offer ranging from a First Prize of €5,000 to holidays and All Ireland tickets. There is an attractive
array of Prizes for all supporters who have tickets purchased by 29th June. Tickets are priced at €60 or 2 for €100 and are available from
Brendan Leonard and David McVeigh.
All club managers are asked to get in contact with Aisling with team news before Sunday at 9pm.
Reminder: For all the lastest news, pictures and events in the club, check out the website at www.tourlestrane.sligo.gaa.ie. Also the club
can be found on Twitter @TourlestraneGaa and on facebook.
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