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Club News: 21st of July 2013

posted 21 Jul 2013, 15:37 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO   [ updated 22 Jul 2013, 17:12 ]
Our Intermediate Ladies team started their championship campaign on Sunday last when they played old rivals, Eoghan Rua, in round 1 of the Intermediate championship. The game took place in Castleconnor and the girls secured a well earned 10 point win. The team play Eastern Harps on Sunday next in Tourlestrane. Support is much appreciated. 

Our Senior Hurlers recorded an impressive win over, top of the table, Coolera/Strandhill on Sunday last. The game came down to the wire but the team dug deep and won by the minimum on a scoreline of 2-11 to 2-10. The team play Calry/St. Joseph's in round 4 on Sunday in Hazelwood at 7pm.

Our Minor team return to action following the Leaving Cert. break when they take on neighbours and rivals, Tubbercurry/Cloonacool, in round 1 of the 'A' championship. The game takes place tonight (Monday the 22nd of July) in Tubbercurry at 7pm.

Many of the same team will also line out for the minor hulers who play Naomh Eoin in the first round of the minor championship on Thursday evening at home. 

The U-14 boys travel to Castleconnor this Wednesday to play in the semi final of the league. Good luck to all the players and management. 

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. The jackpot is now at a record high waiting to be won.

Reminder: For all the lastest news, pictures and events in the club, check out the website at www.tourlestrane.sligo.gaa.ie. If you would like to add anything to the news/website or have any enquries then get in contact via email at tourlestranegaa@gmail.com, mail us on Facebook. Also follow us on Twitter @TourlestraneGAA for all the latest updates on matches.

The Kilmactigue Parish Gathering takes place on the August Bank Holiday (2nd to the 4th) weekend with various events taking place from Parish Concert to the Ultimate Banada Disco for over 18s to a Parish Ball. A great weekend is planned and not to be missed.  
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