The Senior Men drew with neighbours Curry on Friday evening last in Round 5 of the league. The final score line was 2-6 to 2-6. The team play Bunninadden in Round 6 on Saturday evening at 7pm in Tourlestrane. Come out and show your support. The Division 4 mens team also play Bunninadden this weekend in round 2 of the league. They meet at 2.30 on Sunday in Bunninadden Community Park. Training continues for both teams on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Without a number of key players, the Senior ladies lost to CT Gaels on Friday last in Round 3 of the league. The team will take on Geevagh at 1pm in Tourlestrane on Saturday in Round 4. The team continue training this Thursday at 6pm on the training field and all minor girls are also asked to attend.
The Senior Hurlers had a busy week in the Dermot Molloy League. They overcame Glencar/Manorhamilton on Wednesday last on a scoreline of 3-5 to 4points. The team then played a strong Western Gaels team on Saturday but lost out on a scoreline of 2-5 to 6-7. They play Calry/St. Josephs in Round 4 in Tourlestrane at 5pm on Saturday.
The U14 boys team enjoyed a good win over Castleconnor on evening, the final score was 6-12 to 1-5.
Congratulations to all the children in this parish who made their Confirmation on Sunday last.
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 or the website. Senior player, Stephen Henry is the co-ordinator of the camp in our club.
Reminder that all club notes, results, fixtures and events can be checked out on the website at Tourlestrane.com, on the facebook page or Twitter at 'TourlestraneGAA'. Anybody who would like to include notes, please contact Aisling before 9pm on Sunday evenings.
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