Minor Notes April 20th 2014

posted Jun 23, 2014, 3:30 AM by Richard Canny   [ updated Jun 23, 2014, 3:31 AM ]

Minors: Well done to the minor squad who have now qualified for the Division 1 league final, which will be played on Thursday week, May 1st. In the final, they will play the winners of the Clann na nGael/St Ciaran’s game which was due to be played on Monday last.

U-16s: Following defeat away to Clann na nGael on Monday of last week on a scoreline of 6-13 to 2-12, St Brigid's got back to winning ways on Thursday last with a hard-fought victory a home to St Ciarans, prevailing on a scoreline of 2-18 to 4-9.

U-14s: It was a mixed week for the U-14s. In the Division 1 league, they lost at home to Oran on Friday evening on a scoreline of 6-16 to 2-12 but on Saturday morning last in the Division 4 league, the team had a convincing victory over Roscommon Gaels in Kiltoom. Final score: St Brigid’s 6-12, Roscommon Gaels 0-4. The team was scheduled to play Castlerea away in the Division 1 league on Monday.

U-12s: The U-12s are scheduled to play their first game in the Easyfix league at home to Galway side Monivea next Saturday. There may be a challenge game in advance of this game and players will be notified of full details during the week.

U-10s: The U-10s had their first games of the season on Wednesday night last to visiting teams Doon and Tubber from Offaly. Special mention must go to Sean Minnock who turned up to support his teammates despite being too ill to play. The following players played three games of 20 minutes each and every player put in great performances on the night. Squad: Bryan Armstrong, David Dolan, Matthew Samuels, Sol Trundle, Luke Whelan, Eanna McDonnell, Killian Curley, Billy Ray Dolan, Bryan McDermott, Bobby Nugent, Shane O'Boyle, Simon O'Boyle, Cormac Meeley, Noah Heavey, Andrew Sheffield, Luke Sylvestor, Thomas Muldoon, Brendan Murphy, Robert Keenan, Niall Derwin. The U-10s are looking for more help with the U-10s. Also, if any parent, brother or sister would like to do match reports on games, that would be very useful.