Official opening of the Club walking track
Thanks to all that attended the opening of the walking track, it was a very successful event and well attended.
sponsored by The Hodson Bay Hotel
St. Brigid's 1-13 Elphin 0-10
Our Hodson Bay Hotel sponsored senior team won their third game in the group stages of the championship against Elphin in Kiltoom on Sunday last.
Please see sports section for full match report.
For women and men all fitness levels, it consists of Circuit training, Resistance training, Interval training, Military circuits and Endurance training. All newcomers are free on the first night and its 5 euro per session after that, pay as you go. Mondays and Thursday 7-8 pm in St. Brigids Clubhouse. Run by Anthony Jinks for more info contact 0876670600.
St. Brigid's GAA Club is delighted to announce that our weekly lotto is now available to play on-line http://www.stbrigids.gaa.ie/club-lotto, the jackpot, numbers and match three winners is all available also on this website.
This week’s Jackpot will be €7,200. Numbers drawn 4/14/25/30. No Jackpot Winner. 2 Match Three Winners, each receives €100:
Fidelma Kenny, Gort, Lecarrow
Ted Carty, Barrymore, Kiltoom
Draw takes place on Sunday night 24/08/2014 in St. Brigid’s Sports & Social Centre at 11pm.
ST BRIGIDS MINOR COMMITTEE NOTES WEEK ENDING AUGUST 17th2014
Minors: The RBK sponsored minor team’s unbeaten run in the championship came to end on Thursday last in Johnstown when they were defeated by Clann na nGael.
U-16s: The Duggan Coaches sponsored U-16s are scheduled to play Clann na nGael in the Division 1 championship this Tuesday evening, August 19th, at 7pm.
U-12s: The Millmount sponsored U-12s teams were in action this weekend as the league competitions resumed. On Sunday last, the Division 1 team put in a good performance against a plucky St Ciaran’s in Kiltoom. St Brigid’s led 3-9 to 2-4 at half-time and while the St Ciaran’s never gave up, the U-12s pulled away in the last ten minutes to prevail on a 8-14 to 5-8 scoreline. On Saturday morning last, the Division 5 team lost out to visitors St Croan’s in a very well contested game. St Brigid’s were leading at the break by two points but a couple of unfortunate goals early in the second half put St Croan’s in the driving seat. St Brigid’s continued to work hard but couldn’t manage to close the gap. Final scoreline: St Croan’s 7-10, St Brigid’s 5-7. Players will be notified of details of upcoming league games this week.
U-10s: The Sheraton Hotel sponsored U-10s took part in an enjoyable Go Games blitz on Saturday last in Ballyleague against host team St Faithleachs. The panel of players will now be preparing for an important game against Padraig Pearses in the Clann na nGael tournament, scheduled for Monday week in Woodmount.
U-8s: The O’Rourke Fireplaces sponsored U-8s had a good work-out in challenge games against Athlone in Kiltoom on Saturday last. GAA President Liam O’Neill, who officially opened the walkway that morning, was very impressed with the talent on show. The panel of players will now feature in a Go Games blitz on Saturday morning next in Kiltoom.
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