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Club News: 15th of April 2013

posted 16 Apr 2013, 14:02 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO
Our Senior Men continued their winning form in the Division 1 league with a 1-12 to 0-4 point win on St. John's on Saturday evening last in Tourlestrane. The team lead at the half time whistle 1-04 to 0-3 and a blitz of 8 points in the second half ensured their third victory in the league. The game also marked the welcomed return of Stephen Henry to the field after a lengthy spell on the sideline. The team play Geevagh on Sunday in round 4 of the league. The game takes place in Geevagh at 2pm.

Our Division 3 team had 2-10 to 2-6 win over Coolera/Strandhill on Sunday last. The team put in a improved performance and will take this into their game with St. Patrick's in round 3 on Saturday at 7pm in Skreen. 

The Senior Hurlers play Western Gaels in round 3 of the league this Sunday at 6pm. The game will take place in Enniscrone. 

The Senior ladies got their league campaign off to a great start when they beat Eoghan Rua by 7 points in Tourlestrane on Sunday last. The team are out again this Sunday in round 2 of the league. Best wishes to Shauna Henry who was named as captain for the year.

Our U-16 boys lost out to Easkey on a scoreline of 4-7 to 2-5 on Friday last. The game came in the aftermath of St. Attracta's Juvenile team losing the Connacht final. Hard luck to our club representatives on the team. The U-16s then got their league campaign back on track when they beat Calry/St. Joseph's on a scoreline of 5-11 to 5points. The U-16 hurlers are away to Western Gaels this Wednesday at 7pm and then play Easkey/St. Farnans away on Friday at 6.30pm.

Our minor boys received a walkover for their game with Owenmore Gaels. The team play St. John's on Thursday in Tourlestrane at 7pm in round 4 of the A league.  

The U-8s and U-10s were back in action on Wednesday last when both teams took on Tubbercurry. Some excellent football was on display and both team played very well. The future is definitely bright for the club. Thanks to all who helped in the smooth running of the games. The teams continue to train every Wednesday at 7pm on the main field. The next game will take place on Wednesday the 24th of April. New players are always welcome.

The GAA are offering a 3 Day "Walk in CV Clinic" this Tuesday to Thursday (16th to 18th of April) in the Innovations Center at Sligo IT. T
The sessions will run from 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm each day. It is free and all you need to 
do is bring along your current CV. 

 The club would like to offer its sincere sympathy to the Lundy families, Rhue, on the death of their father Eneas recently. Ar dheis de go raibh sé.