Minor Notes July 13th 2014

posted Jul 27, 2014, 2:27 AM by Richard Canny

Minors:  The RBK sponsored St Brigid’s minor team start their championship campaign against St Croans on Saturday next, July 19th in Kiltoom at 7pm. Hard luck to the Roscommon minors and the St Brigid’s contingent of Shane Mannion, Brian Stack, Luke Carty and Conor Murray in last Sunday's Connacht final in Castlebar.

U16: The Duggan Coaches sponsored U-16 team were scheduled to play St Dominic’s in Round 2 of the Division 1 championship on Monday, July 14th in Knockcroghery at 7.30 pm.

U-14s: The Homewatch sponsored U-14 team carved out a hard-fought win away to Strokestown on Thursday evening last in the Division 1 championship, winning by five points. A slow start left the team trailing by seven points in the first ten minutes but a good rally near the end of half brought them within a point of the home side. A much stronger second-half showing against a game Strokestown outfit ensured St Brigid’s recorded their fourth championship win on the trot. Their next championship game is against St Ciaran’s scheduled for next Saturday afternoon in Kiltoom. In the Division 4 championship game on Saturday morning last against in Kiltoom, the Homewatch sponsored St Brigid’s side had an easy win against Roscommon Gaels. Their next championship game is fixed for next Saturday afternoon at home to St Michael’s.

U-12s: Well done to the Millmount sponsored U-14s who have now qualified for the Division 1 final against Boyle. The game is scheduled to be played on Sunday next, July 20th. Time and venue will be confirmed during the week.

U-10s: The Sheraton Hotel sponsored U-10 will participate in another Go Games Blitz on Saturday next, July 19th in Fuerty. Other participating teams on the day are host club St Ciaran's, Clann na nGael, Roscommon Gaels and St Dominic's.

U8s: The O’Rourke Fireplaces sponsored U-8s have an upcoming Go Games Blitz on Saturday, July 26th in Knockcroghery. They will face teams from host club St Dominic's, Clann na nGael, Roscommon Gaels and St Ciaran's.

 

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