Juvenile Club Nursery Programme outdoor training in Tully Friday evening 7-8pm and every Friday evening from now to end of season. Mouth guards must be worn at training.
Seniors: Our Senior team travel to Aughnamullen on Friday evening to play the locals in the Intermediate league.
This week's Club Lotto draw was held in Boylan's, Carrickmacross on Monday night last.
This race to be crowned 2017 All-Ireland hurling champions begins in Trim tomorrow night.
A beautiful Wednesday evening in Pearse Park played host to a tight, compelling contest with Ballybay ending the match as winners by 2 points.
Next game is at home to Donaghmoyne on Friday 26th May at 8pm followed by a Star game with Latton on June 10th.
Monthly Draw: Winners for May: Pierce Fox, Dave Keenan
Platinum Tanks RFL Division 2 A - Last Sunday the 21st of May the Bs made the short journey to Doohamlet to take on the locals.
The Sam Maguire Cup race began in earnest over the weekend, here's our team of the week...
Following their heroics against Tipperary yesterday, six Cork players are included in our hurling team of the week...
The championship is back and what a weekend it was.
Despite some poor finishing Monaghan still proved too strong for a spirited Fermanagh in this entertaining minor championship curtain raiser in Clones on Saturday.
Two goals at either end of the interval by Ciara Donnelly, allied with eight points from the magnificent Niamh Mallon gave Ulster a 3-11 to 2-7 victory over a gutsy Leinster in the Junior Interprovincial Camogie Final at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown.
Today there was championship action in all four provinces.
It was very much a game of two halves in Clones last night as far as Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke was concerned.
Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath had no complaints following last night's Ulster SFC defeat at the hands of Monaghan.
A strong second-half showing saw Monaghan beat Fermanagh by 1-20 to 1-11 in the rain at Clones tonight.
Derry and Armagh will contest the Nicky Rackard Cup final at Croke Park on June 10 following their respective semi-final victories over Monaghan and Tyrone today.
In the curtain-raiser to the senior clash between the same counties at Clones this evening, Monaghan opened their Ulster MFC campaign with a comfortable 1-18 to 2-7 victory over Fermanagh.
The Ulster SFC got up and running tonight as Monaghan entertained neighbours Fermanagh at Clones.
The All-Ireland senior football championship really kicks into action this weekend with six games down for decision. Here are our previews:
Here are our previews for the nine inter-county hurling clashes taking place this weekend, including Sunday's Munster SHC quarter-final between Tipperary and Cork.