Club News‎ > ‎

Club News: 9th of July 2013

posted 9 Jun 2013, 09:27 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO

On Saturday evening last, in a sun drenched Tourlestrane, our senior men played top of the table, Eastern Harps, in the 8th round of the Division 1 league. The game took place in our new training facility pitch. 

It was the visitiors who made an impressive start rushing into a four point lead. However as the game wore on Adrian Mcintyre, the most impressiver player on the field, helped haul back the Harps lead to two points at the break. We saw a different Tourlestrane emerge in the second half, playing a more direct game and picking off points. Final score was a deserved win for Tourlestrane,  0-14 to 0-10. Team lined as as follows: Seamus Gildea, Barry Kirrane,Brian Kennedy, David Durkin, Gary Gaughan, Noel Gaughan,James Leonard, Shane  Dunne, Adrian McIntyre, John Kelly, Brian Egan, John Marren, Darren Walsh, John Quinn, Gerry McGowan. Subs used: Oisin Kennedy.

The new training facility looked splendid for the game. Thank you to the commitment of Chairman, Brendan Leonard, and his crew of workers. 
Next weekend brings double league playing Ballymote at home on Friday and Shamrock Gaels in Riverstown at 2pm. 

Well done to the senior hurlers on their 3-11 to 2-9 victory over Naomh Eoin on Friday last. 

The fixtures for the Intermediate ladies championship was realised last week. Our ladies play Eoghan Rua on July 20th in round 1. Best wishes to ladies player, Cayse Blankenship, who has returned to America. 

Hard luck to Maeve Normaly, Molly Kennedy and the rest of the Sligo U-14 girls team last weekend in the All Ireland B championship in Birr.

Best of luck to Castlerock NS girls team who play Kilglass in the final of Cumann Na Mbunscol football finals this weekend. 

Well done to our U12 boys team, continuing to improve with every game. The teams took on Shamrock Gaels recently and take on Curry this week. 

The GAA Cúl camp takes place in Tourlestrane from the 1st to the 5th of July. The camp is for children aged 6-13 and caters for Gaelic, Hurling, Camoige and Rounders. Contact senior player, Stephen Henry for more details. 

This year marks the first GAA camp for teenagers. The Eleverys GAA youth camp takes place June 24th to 28th in Owenmore Gaels, Colooney. Coaches include Senior player Brian Egan, as well as David Kelly, Pat Hughes and Charlie Harrison. 
Comments