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Club Notes 5th July 2013

posted 5 Jul 2013, 14:17 by Unknown user

U10 Go Games Blitz at Na Piarsaigh

Na Piarsaigh hosted an U10 blitz on Friday 28th June. In attendance were Na Piarsaigh, Monaleen and Kilmallock. Granagh Ballingarry pulled out due to insufficient numbers. Monaleen fielded a strong squad with wins over both Na Piarsaigh and Kilmallock. Scorelines: Monaleen 5-0 Na Piarsaigh 3-0, Monaleen 4-0 Kilmallock 2-0.

Caoimhe Brady,
Laura Brennan,
Aoife Doyle,
Charley  Drury,
Fiona Gleeson,
Ella Hession,
Sarah Moloney,
Aoife Nelligan,
Emily O'Halloran,
Ciara Oliver,
Clodagh Power,
Aoife Sheehan,
Katie Sheehan,
Emily O'Brien,
Orlaith Ryan.

Many Thanks to Na Piarsaigh for hosting the Blitz.

This was the the last U10 blitz of the season. The U10s have a busy schedule come September with the county blitz to be held earlier in the month and  Monaleen hosting a Go Games Blitz on September 21st. Thanks to all players, parents and coaches for a very successful season and we look froward to seeing you in the autumn.

U8 Camogie challenge v Na Piarsaigh

What was originally planned to be a 4 team blitz as the Na Piarsaigh GAA club on Saturday 29th June last ended up as a single match between Monaleen and Na Piarsaigh.
Nevertheless it was well worth the trip as the girls gave a great performance on the field. This was the host teams first organised game and they also gave a very good account of themselves. Monaleen proved too strong on the day scoring plenty of goals and it is clear to see that all the hard work the girls have put in this year has paid off.

Thanks to Na Piarsaigh for arranging the match.

Team picture:

Feile na gGael 2013
This weekend Monaleen GAA welcomes teams from all over the country who will be participating in the Feile na nGael competition. It would be great to see the local community come out in large numbers to support this great national youth event!.
Monaleen camogie team play host to St. Patrick’s Portaferry from Co. Down, Knockananna from County Wicklow and Eire Og Annacarty Donohill from Co. Tipperary, while the hurlers play host to Inagh Kilnamona from County Clare, Ballyboden St. Enda’s from Co. Dublin and our neighbours, Ahane. 
Matches will take place on Friday afternoon(July 5th) in the Clubhouse Field and Saturday morning(July 6th) from 10am in both the Clubhouse Field and Newtown Field.
Entertainment is planned for both Friday and Saturday nights in Monaleen Clubhouse. So come along if you can for what will be a great weekend of sport in our community.
The Camogie team play 2pm Friday against St Patricks(Clubhouse pitch), 10am Saturday against Knockananna (Peafield Road) & again 12.30pm Saturday against Eire Og Annacarty (Peafield Road).
The Feile hurlers play 3pm Friday against Inagh Kilnamona (Clubhouse pitch), 10am Saturday against Ballyboden St Endas (Clubhouse pitch) & 1pm Saturday against Ahane(Clubhouse pitch).