Well done to our U-10 boys and girls of the club and their management on their exhibition display they gave during half time of the Sligo Offaly national league game. Thanks to the Easkey club for the game.
The teams former coach, John Kelly, also made his Sligo Senior debut when he came on during the teams victory over Offaly, well done John.
The senior game was postponed again this weekend due to a county board ban on all game, the team are due to play The team are due to play St. Pat's in round 3 on Saturday at 4.30pm in Skreen.
Our U-16 boys kick of their league campaign this Thursday when they take on Calry/St. Joseph's in Tourlestrane at 7pm. The team are due to play round 2 on Sunday when they take on Castleconnor away on Sunday morning at 11am.
The Senior ladies have resumed training. All new or returning players welcome.
Well done to St. Attracta's on their recent win over St. Jarlaths, Tuam in the Connaught A Schools Semi final. The team has numerous club players on it and we urge supporters from the club to go to Ballina on
Saturday to support the team this Saturday, the 8th of March. The team play St. Geralds at 1.30pm.
The club would like to offer its deepest sympathy to the Nealon family, Coolrecuill, on the death of Mick Joe. Rest in peace.
Hard luck to Senior players Stephen Henry (8) and Brian Egan (11) who represented the club when playing for Letterkenny IT in the Trench Cup Final V St. Pat's, Drumcondra, in Queens University, Belfast, recently.
Our Hurlers have been busy in pre-season training.
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