The club expresses sympathy to the Canning family in Rosses Point, following the death of Ann Canning last week.
It was a historic week for the club after Thursday night's meeting ratified the construction of an indoor astro turf complex at our grounds in Quigabar.
Training for U.8 and U.10 players continues every Saturday morning in the Community Park, Coolaney at 10am. New Players boys and girls are always welcome.
The International Rules Series between Ireland and Australia won't take place this year.
On Thursday evening last, Enniscrone/Kilglass GAA club members formally gave permission to the club to proceed with a revolutionary indoor astro turf facility and gym complex that will be situated at the club grounds in Quigabar.
The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2016 Championship in Hurling and Gaelic Football.
A great day to be Irish ... and particularly a Dub!
We congratulate Seán Power and Cian Lally on their recent elevation to the Sligo Senior Football Championship panel
Last Saturday evening's trip to St John's proved to be a fruitless one for our intermediate team with the Carraroe side claiming a 1-20 to 1-6 win
"They are the athletes people came to watch today, and for them to be treated that way I don't think was appropriate."
Warwickshire and Louth are off the mark in the Lory Meagher Cup.
All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.
There are four great games in store this weekend at Croke Park and they are very unique to most of the other games that take place in headquarters throughout the year.
Saturday sees 10 hurling championship games taking place around the country as the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup competitions get underway.
The draws for this year's Sligo club football and hurling championships will take place tomorrow night.
Sligo manager Niall Carew has branded Joe Brolly's column on Kieran McGeeney as 'hideous'.
The GAA has launched details of a new national hurling competition that will celebrate mass participation and champion several exciting new initiatives in the game.
A review of our club plan will take place on Sunday 8th May at 8pm, in St. Nathy's Hall.
The Cork senior footballers had the craic with Conor McGregor in Portugal...
Heartiest congratulations to our U14 hurlers who, for the third consecutive year, have qualified to represent Sligo at the All-Ireland Féile.
Our intermediate team recorded a comprehensive 5-14 to 0-5 win over Ballymote last Saturday evening in round four of the Division Two league.