The senior men recorded their thrid win of the league with a win over St. John's in the third round of the division 1 league on Saturday
last. After a close encounter between the two teams, it was a well taken goal from mid fielder, Adrian McIntyre that was the difference.
The game marked a special occasion for three members of last years minor winning team. John Kelly, Aaron Murtagh and Padraig Leonard all
making their senior league debuts and all 3 players got on the scoreboard. The team are now preparing for their Kiernan Cup final
with St. Molaise Gaels on Monday the 9th of April at 12.00 in Tourlestrane. Please come out and support the team in their attempt to
retain the Kiernan Cup title.
The division 4 mens team have their first outting on this Sunday, the 8th of April team with a home tie with Castleconnor. All players
thinking of coming out of retirement or thinking of getting back into football are asked to contact manager David McVeigh
The U16 boys were unlucky in their opening league game of the season on Friday night when they took on St. Farnan's in Tourlestrane. They
put up a good effort but eventually lost on a score line of 3-12 to 2-9. Their next game is on Friday, the 6th of April versus Castleconnor, in Castleconnor at 7pm.
U14 boys are continuing to prepare for their season. Their first game is on April the 14th.
Senior ladies continue their training on Friday at 7. All minors are also asked to attend. The Senior team will play Eoghan Rua in the
first round of the Senior/Intermediate league on Sunday, the 8th of April at 12pm in Castleconnor.
The U-12, U-14 and U-16 training takes place on Tuesdays evenings at the pitch at 7pm. The U-14s an U-16s have an additional training
session on Thursdays at 7pm at the pitch.
Good luck to Senior player Brian Egan and the rest of the Sligo U21 football team as they take on Roscommon in the final this Saturday the
7th of April at 6pm in Hyde Park, Roscommon.
Bon voage and best wishes to senior player Alan Dunne who has departed for USA to study at Havard University, MA.
The Club extends sympathy to the Fleming Family, Kilmactigue on the passing of their father Paddy and their mother Annie, to their
children and grandchildren we express our deepest sympathy. Ar dheis Dé go raibh siad.
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.
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.