Our Senior men recorded another win on Saturday night last when they beat Eastern Harps on a scoreline of 1-11 to 1-10. Tourlestrane led at the interval on a scoreline of 0-7 to 0-3 but Eastern Harps finished strong with a goal in the last few minutes. Brian Egan was top scorer with a tally of 1-5. The team on duty was Padraig McVeigh, Diarmuid Dunne, Colin Neary, Barry Walsh, JF Carr, Shane Dunne, James Leonard, Cathal Henry, Stephen Henry, John Marren, Patrick Harte, John Kelly,Reminder that the Senior team start their 2014 Championship campaign on the weekend of the 24th/25th of May when they take on Curry.
Kenneth Gavighan, Brian Egan and Eamonn O'Hara.
The game marked Adrian Mc McIntyre's welcomed return to the playing field, but unfortunately the game also marked Seamus Gildea's last game. The club would like to extend best wishes to Seamus who is
leaving for Canada in the coming days.
After 5 rounds of the Divison 1 league, the team have won 2 games: St. Mary's and Eastern Harps, drew 2 games: Curry and Tubbercurry and lost 1 game: Coolera/Strandhill. The team play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in round 6 of the league on Sunday next, the 11th of May, at 2pm in Oxfield Park.
Our Minor boys lost to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in the shield semi final on Thursday last. The final score was 3-11 to 1-10.
The U-14 boys play Calry/St. Joseph's this Friday at 7pm in Hazelwood in round 4 of the league.
Following our U-12 teams narrow defeat in the first round of the league, the team put in a powerful performance to overcome Owenmore Gaels, 0-21 to 0-7.
Hard luck to Grainne Carty and the rest of the Sligo Intermediate Ladies who lost out to Leitrim on Saturday last in the Connaught Championship in Coola. The final score was 2-9 to 1-14.
Congratulations to our U-14 girls team who were crowned Division 2 Blitz winners recently when they over came St. Farnans.
Well done to the Sligo Senior Hurlers on their Nicky Racard win over Tyrone after extra time. Tourlestrane player Tom Brennan lined out at corner back while Declan Loughnane, Sean Quinn, Rory Brennan, John Paul Lang, Johnathan Durkin and Eoin McDonagh were all part of the panel. The final score was 2-21 to 1-17.
Our U-14 hurlers started their league campaign when they took on Naomh Eoin on Friday night last. The team fought hard but eventually lost on a scoreline of 4-7 to 3-1.
The U-12 and U-16 Hurlers are both in action this week. The U-12s are first to take to the field when they play Drumcliffe/Rosses Point on Tuesday in Oxfield Park. The U-16s are in action on Wednesday when
they take on Western Gaels at home at 7pm.
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