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News Update 22/6/15

posted 24 Jun 2015, 12:53 by Moneygall GAA
Cúl Camp: Our Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp will take place from Monday 27th to Friday 31st July.  The camp is open to children who have completed one year in primary school, and up to the age of 13 years old.  Prices are €55 for first child, €40 for second child, and €40 each for third and subsequent children.
There will be no registration night this year - to book your place in this year’s Cúl Camp please do through the Cúl Camp website, www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

1975/76 Reunion:  The first of our three events took place in Delaney’s last Saturday night, where an enjoyable social night got our reunion celebrations underway.  Further events are planned for later in the year.  On Saturday 12th September, evening Mass in Dunkerrin will be celebrated for deceased team mates, mentors, club members and relatives.  This will be followed by a social night in Ollie’s.
A two-night trip to the Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill has been organised for Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th October.  Two nights B&B and a group dinner will cost €150 for a single room, or €120 each per person sharing.  Deposits of €50 can now be paid to Pat Sheedy or Seamus Ryan, to book your place, and the trip is open to everyone so all are welcome.

Minor: Clonakenny/Moneygall will travel to Ballinderry to play Shannon Rovers Gaels in the first round of the north championship this Friday night at 7.30pm.  Best of luck to the panel for the championship.

Under 16: Good luck also to our U16 hurlers, who will begin the North U16 ‘A’ Championship group stages with a match against Borris-Ileigh next Monday evening in St Flannan’s Park.

Under 14: Well done to the U14 hurlers who had their first victory of the championship with a good win against Burgess last week.  We have a bye this week, and our next match will be away to Newport Gaels on 1st July.

Under 12: Our U12 teams each played two matches last week, on Monday and Friday evenings.  In Group B we recorded two wins, against Kilruane and Portroe.  In Group D we lost to Silvermines by one point, and then beat Portroe by two points.
We will have a double-header at home to Newport this Friday evening.  We will also play Borrisokane in Group B next Monday in St Flannan’s Park, as a curtain-raiser to our U16 match.

Under 6: We have a great group of over 40 children in the Little All-Stars group this year.  Training continues on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm.

Primary Schools: Hard luck to the Dunkerrin N.S. hurlers who were beaten by Drangan N.S. in their Cumann na mBunscol U11 County Final in Semple Stadium last week.  Drangan came out on top on a 5-4 to 2-9 scoreline.

Black & Reds: We had a fine entry at our last outing at the Heritage Golf Club.  The following were the results: 1 – Dylan Maher 40; 2 – Clodagh Jones 34; 3 – Damien Martin 34; First Nine – Fabian Jones 20; Second Nine – JJ Hogan 19; Nearest Pin – Stephen Ryan.
Congratulations to Dylan Maher who had a marvellous round in winning his first outing.  The draw for the Honeymount Cup will be made after our next outing, there a still a few places left.
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