Well done to our junior ladies who got back on winning ways last night overcoming Crossabeg/Ballymurn.

The girls were in full control from the word go and kicked some fine scores. And our defence were rock solid.

We went in at half time 3.3 to 0.0 up.


It's model county draw time folks - if every family can sell just one ticket we will be flying!

Under 6 fun football skills for boys and girls returns this Friday night at 6.30pm in St Aidans school. €2 contribution per kid to cover costs would be greatly appreciated. All new starters welcome👍


The Minor hurlers host table toppers Naomh Eanna in the minor hurling this Sunday (19th of March) morning in Bellefield in this weekend's only action. Having lost their opening encounter to the Shelmaliers by a solitary point this is a chance to get back in the mix. Throw in at 11am.


Next up are the senior hurlers who travel to Oulart next Thursday (the 23rd) for an 8pm throw in. The Junior B's host St James on Saturday the 25th at 3.30 while the Juniors are away to Tara Rocks on the Sunday.

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Chairperson - John Browne

Vice-Chair - Michael Doyle

Secretary - Ger McVeigh

Treasurer - Kathleen Miller

Coiste na nÓg Chair - Jason Sheridan

Coiste na nÓg Vice-chair - Sarah Larkin

Coiste na nÓg Secretary - Pepe Coady

Camogie & Ladies Football Chair - Seamus Doyle

Camogie & Ladies Football Secretaries - TBA


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Children's Officer - John Tobin

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