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Club Notes: 8th of September 2013

posted 8 Sep 2013, 13:59 by Tourlestrane GAA PRO   [ updated 8 Sep 2013, 14:00 ]
Our Senior Men will play neighbours, Curry, in the Belfry Sligo Championship Semi Final, this Sunday the 15th of September at 3:30pm in Kilcoyne Park, Tubbercurry. Please show your support for the team.

Our Junior Mens team overcame Ballymote on Sunday last on a score of 3-14 to 3-9 in the playoff of the group stages of the Junior B championship. The team have now qualified to play Eastern Harps in the county semi final on Friday at 6.30pm.
Our Intermediate ladies team have secured their spot in this years county final. Having lost to St. Michael's on Sunday last by a point, the team had won group games to qualify for the final on the 21st of September. Well done to Paddy and all the girls.
Having overcame Calry/St. Joseph's on a score of 3-15 to 16 points last week in round 4 of the champioship, the Minor boys are back in action this week when they play St. Johns at 7pm in Tourlestrane on Thursday. 

Well done to the U-16 boys who continued their winning ways with a 4-17 to 3-8 win over St. Molaise Gaels on Monday last. The team play Tubbercurry/Cloonacool tonight (Monday) at 6.30pm in Tourlestrane in the semi final of the A championship. Please support.

Hard luck to our U-14 boys who lost to a strong Shamerock Gaels team on Friday last. Final score 6-9 to 0-8 points. The team returned to winning ways on Sunday when they beat Coolera/Strandhill 3-14 to 5-4 . The team play again, this Friday, the 13th of September, at home to St. Farnans at 7pm.
Hard luck to our U-12 boys who lost to Coolaney/Mullinabreena, the eventual winners,on a scoreline of 0-9 0-5 in the B Sheild on Saturday last in Markievicz Park. The team play Drummcliffe/Rosses Point in the D sheild final on Tuesday at 6.30pm in Markievicz Park.
Well done to our victorious Minor Hulers and management, the team captured the Minor A Championship with a 2-9 to 1-10 win over Easkey on Thursday last in Markievicz Park, in a highly entertaining and skillful game of hurling. This is a huge achievement for the joint captains JP Lang and Sean Quinn, players, management and club as a title at this age has not been won since 1981. 

Good luck to all the Junior Certificate students of the club receiving their results on Wednesday. Also best wishes to the students of the parish starting college this week.
Reminder: As the football and hurling seasons are both in full swing, show your support for our teams and club by putting up your flags to show the men, ladies, boys and girls your support.