St. Brigid’s Summer Camps
Roscommon GAA Kellogg’s Cul camps 2014
Venue: St Brigid's GAA Club
Date: 7th - 11th July
Time: 9.30 am– 2.00 pm daily
Cul Camp Prices: 1st Child: €55, 2nd Child €45, 3rd /4th Child: €40
St. Brigid’s GAA Multi Sport Summer Camp
Venue: St. Brigid's GAA Club
Date week 1: 14th - 18th July
Date week 2: 21st - 25th July
Time: 9.30 am– 2.00 pm daily
Activities: The camp will include a variety of sports including: GAA football, soccer, basketball and other fun activities.
Cost per week: 1st child: €50, 2nd child €30 and Subsequent €20.
Children must be of school going age
The Hodson Bay Hotel Senior Club Championship
St.Brigid’s 1-12, Padraig Pearses 1-11.
Our Hodson Bay Hotel sponsored senior team were lucky to come away with a one point victory over neighbours Padraig Pearses in the first round of the county senior championship in Johnstown on Saturday evening last.
Please see sports section of the paper for a full match report.
Team: S. Curran, N. Grehan, N. McInerney, J. Murray, R. Stack 0-1, D. Donnelly, D. Kelleher, G. Dolan 0-1, K. Mannion 0-1, P. Kelly 0-2, R. Blaine, E. Egan 1-1, F. Dolan 0-4, P. Mulvihill 0-1, S. Kilbride 0-1.
Subs: G. Cunniffe, A. Gleeson, I. Kilbride, C. McHugh, R. Kelly, P. Mulvihill.
Super Valu Kits for Clubs
Throughout June and July Super Valu stores will be giving out vouchers with every €20 spent in their stores. In order for our club to available of the O'Neills training kit worth €1200 we need to collect 1000 vouchers. We are asking everyone that shops in Super Valu to please collect the tokens and pop them into the club boxes in store, so we can avail of this brilliant offer. Once again thank you for your continued support.
For women and men all fitness levels, it consists of Circuit training, Resistance training, Interval training, Military circuits and Endurance training. All newcomers are free on the first night and its 5 euro per session after that, pay as you go. Mondays and Thursday 7-8 pm in St. Brigids Clubhouse. Run by Anthony Jinks for more info contact 0876670600.
St. Brigid's GAA Club is delighted to announce that our weekly lotto is now available to play on-line http://www.stbrigids.gaa.ie/club-lotto, the jackpot, numbers and match three winners is all available also on this website.
Jackpot this Week is €5,400.
Numbers drawn 22/24/28/30.
No Jackpot Winner. No Match Three Winner. Draw takes place on Sunday night 22/06/2014 in St. Brigid’s Sports & Social Centre at 11pm.
St Brigid’s Ladies Report wk. ending 15/06/2014
Our Hamrock’s of Brideswell sponsored girls were defeated by Moy Davitts on Saturday last in the semi-final of the Connaught sevens competition
Panel for the tournament: Alaine Morris, Shauna Francis, Aine O’ Brien, Christine O’ Malley, Olive Mc Grane, Claire Grehan, Fiona Gavin, Jennifer Conlon, Sarah Byrne, Joeanne Martin, Niamh Duignan, Fiona Griffin,
Our EMC sponsored U14 Girls team defeated Kilmore in Kiltoom in the league final play off on Saturday evening last
Final Score 3-11 to 1-3
The team play Roscommon Gaels in Oran at 8 pm Wednesday evening next the 18/06/2014.
As the team prepare for Feile on the coming weeks, it is vital that all players are fully committed to their coaches.
Panel: Hannah Daly, Aoife Coyle, Rian Callaghan 0-4, Rachel Gallagher, Lauren Curran 2-2, Kate Nolan, Sarah Lydon, Emma Gleeson, Edel Carroll, Lauren Hannon, Erin Kennedy, Emma Curran 0-2, Ailbhe Mc Namara, Claire Dolan 0-3, Rebecca Dolan, Katie Lynch, Kelly Harmon, Juliette Mc Grane 1-0, Ally Hughes, Amy Nestor, Irene Finnerty, Rebecca Collins, Katie Glynn, Lauren Gallagher, Kelsey Daly.
Our U 8 and 10 girls are doing fantastic work following on from a great winter programme. We urge new mentors to help out at this age group to further develop the fantastic work been done.
Our MNKDA Consulting Engineers sponsored U8s and 10s train every Monday night from 7-8
Team sponsors are always welcome in St. Brigid’s GAA Club.
St. Brigid’s would like to say thanks to all our team sponsors for your continued support. Your help goes a long way in allowing all our teams develop and provides funding which is vital to St. Brigid’s continued success.
If you would like to become a team sponsor please contact a member of the executive committee, team management or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Tomás on 086 0876933.
Best of luck to Kieran Patsy and Jenny and all the Roscommon girls in the Connaught Semi-final next Friday
ST BRIGIDS MINOR COMMITTEE NOTES WEEK ENDING JUNE 15th 2014
The U-14s Division 1 and 4 teams got their championship campaigns off to good starts this week. On Thursday last in Kiltoom, the Division 1 team eventually overcame a strong Castlerea side on a scoreline of 8-18 to 4-13. The Division 4 team got the better of Roscommon Gaels in their game played in Lisnamult on Saturday, winning by 3-17 to 2-7.
It was another busy week for the U12s with pride of place going to the Division 1 team’s superb one point league victory over a gallant Clann na nGael on Sunday last in Johnstown. In an epic battle which swung from end to end throughout, St Brigid’s finally prevailed on a scoreline of 4-11 to 3-13. In another league game earlier in the week, the same team defeated Padraig Pearses in Kiltoom. The Division 3 team had an impressive league victory away to Tulsk last Sunday while the Division 5 team put in two very good performances during the week against Padraig Pearses (home) and Clann na nGael (away) respectively. The Pearses game in particular was a superb game of football where St Brigid’s lost out by the narrowest of margins. The U-12s also had games on Wednesday in the
Easyfix tournament in Kilconnell where they were defeated by St Gabriel’s on an aggregate score following a win and a loss.
Well done to all the U8s who competed in the Go Games Blitz in Kiltoom on Saturday last. The blitz also featured teams from Boyle, Roscommon Gaels, Western Gaels/Ballinameen and Michael Glaveys.
Cumann na mBunscoil:
St Brigid’s sends its best wishes to the Curraghboy NS and Ballybay NS teams who compete in their respective county finals this week. Curraghboy NS qualified for the two teacher school final after defeating Castlesampson in a scintillating game last Wednesday in Kiltoom. Final score 10-14 to 9-5. Curraghboy’s ability to kick points proved the main difference between the teams. The visitors had a very good team managed by Roscommon senior footballer Michael Finneran and the teams were level at half time, 4-2 to 3-5. However, Curraghboy came out in the second half with all guns blazing and proved far too powerful for the opposition. Team: Luke Powell, Aaron Dolan, Adam Samuels, Diarmuid Glynn, Ruaidhri Fallon, Bobby Nugent, Cormac Canny, Michael Butler, Daniel Butler, Matthew Samuels, Eoin Reid. Curraghboy will now play Tibohine NS this Wednesday, June 18th at 5pm in Ballyleague. Meanwhile, Ballybay NS qualified for the large schools final after beating Abbey Boys Roscommon on a score line of 6-13 to 0-3. Playing into the wind in the first half, Ballybay were 5 points up at half-time. This was a very good all round team performance with Ballybay proving far too strong for their opposition in the second half, keeping Abbey Boys scoreless. Ballybay will now play Boyle in the county final on Tuesday, June 17th at 5pm in Ballyleague.
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