posted 5 Jun 2012, 02:22 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO
Our Senior men recorded a good win over Easkey at the weekend. Final
result from Tourlestrane was 5-20 to 2points. The team are currently
on top of the league Divison 1 table with 3 games remaining.
The Division 4 team lost out by the narrowest of margins to Owenmore
Gaels in a tough encounter on Friday last. A blitz of goals wasn't
enough with the men losing 3-4 to 14 points. The team play St.
Farnans in round 5 of the league at 8pm in Tourlestrane this Friday
The U-14 boys team recorded another great win on Friday night, away to
Drumcliff/Rosses Point. With some excellent scoring, the boys finished
on 4-16 to 1-3.
The Senior Hurlers recorded a good win over Naomh Eoin when they ran
out winners on a scoreline of 4-20 to 4points on Sunday last. The
hurlers play Tubbercurry this Sunday at noon in Tubbercurry.
Senior ladies training continues on Friday night with training at an
earlier time of 6.30. All minors are asked to attend.
Good luck to all the young stars of the club taking on the Leaving and
Junior Certificate exams over the coming weeks.
Good luck wishes also to Brendan Egan, Brian Kennedy and Eamonn O Hara
and the rest of the Sligo Senior Mens team and management as they take
on Galway in the Connaught Championship on Saturday evening in
The second quarterly draw took place on Saturday night last at half
time of the senior league game with 19 prize winners. The top prize to
€1,000 went to Shay Gillen, two prizes of €500 went to Paul Murphy
and Padraig Keogh. There were four winners of €250; Paula Gavigan,
Padraig & Terri Maye, David & Colette Surlis and Mickey & Margret
Rochford. The two winners of the €200 were Brendan Flynn and Noel
Brett. Lastly there were 10 winners of €100 which were Mick Haran,
Patrick McIntyre, Paddy & Anne Henry, Dermot & Therese Walsh, Terrance
Marren, Ray & Kathleen Tobin, Bertie Marren, Eamonn Scalon TD,
Tubbercurry GAA Club and Jimmy Coleman & Paul Walsh.
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. Also the club
can be found on Twitter @TourlestraneGaa and on facebook.