Drumhowan club notes

September 18, 2019

JFC- We face Clones in the Semi-Final of the Championship this Sunday 22nd September in Scotstown. We play first in a double header at 3pm. Please make a big effort to come out and show your support. Best of luck to players and management.

U17s- Our U17s’ Semi Final is provisionally fixed for Saturday 28th September V Emyvale. Please keep an eye on social media outlets for more details.

U15s- Congratulations to our U15 who beat Doohamlet in the Semi Final of the Championship on Thursday last. They now face Clan na Gael in the final this Saturday 21st September at 4pm in Blackhill. Please come out and show your support. Best of luck to all players and management.

U13s- Huge congratulations to our U13 team on their win against Rockcorry on Saturday last. They have had a huge year- winning Feile, the league and Championship! Congratulations to all players and managers Donal McAdam, Aidan Doherty, Brendan Traenor, Cormac Duffy and Jason McEntee. Many thanks to the parents for providing refreshements in the centre afterwards and for all of their support over the past number of months.

U11s- Our U11s will travel to take part in the Emyvale BC tournament next Sat 21st September. We ask all players are in Emyvale for 9.30am.

U11 Dan Markey Tournament- Will take place on Saturday 5th October. Keep it free. More details will follow next week.

U7s- Our U7 side side went to Donaghmoyne Gaa on Saturday morning last for The Conor Mc Skeane Memorial Tournament. They played 5 games and really enjoyed the day. This group has shown great improvement this season so well done everyone and especially to their coaches who work with them. Big thanks to Donaghmoyne for their hospitality on the day, it was much appreciated.

Thank you- Many thanks to all who helped out at the U13 finals on Sunday last. Helpers may be needed for juvenile finals this weekend, texts will be sent out later in the week.

Breakfast Morning- Drumhowan Community Group are hosting a breakfast on Sunday 29th September as a fundraiser for Castleblayney Cancer and Ballybay Cancer Societies. Anyone available to volunteer, we would greatly appreciate it. Please come and support

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