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Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 29th Of June

By Francis O'Neill Wed 15th Jul

This Friday night our Seniors and Reserves will play away to Moortown.  Throw in: 6.45pm and 8.15pm.  We wish all senior, reserves and management the best of luck and hoping the winning form continues.

Last Saturday seen our Senior ladies play in the championship against the Moy, unfortunately the girls were beat with a score line of 1-15 to 1-5.  Hard luck to all the players and management.

This Thursday evening at 7:30pm our minor boys will play Moortown in the Minor League Semi Final.  This game will take place in Edendork.  We would like everyone to come out and support our minor boys.
Under 10 boys blitz in Camlough Co Armagh on Saturday morning.  Bus will leave community centre at 8.45am.  All players must bring a packed lunch and gum shield.
Our under 8s are attending a tournament on Saturday in the Loup.  Bus leaves the community centre at 9am sharp.  All players must bring a packed lunch and gum shield.
Commiserations to our Minor Boys after a fantastic performance against Moortown last week in the Minor Championship in Stewartstown.  The game went to extra time with Moortown edging it in the end by a mere point with the scoreline of 1-16 to 2:12.
U16 boys training will continue at Sunday morning at 12pm.

Path of the Pearses
We would like to thank everyone who has registered for the Path of the Pearses cycle, registration is now closed.  Can we please make it clear, that NO ONE will be allowed to turn up on the day and expect to take part in the cycle if they aren’t registered.  All cycling groups have been working really hard and putting in the miles at each training session.  Can we please encourage anyone who hasn’t attended any training sessions to attend them as soon as possible.
This will be a fantastic morning for all the youth of the club to get involved in their very own ‘Path of the Pearses’, with two different routes and distances for the older children and laps of Pearse Park for our younger children.
Helmets are compulsory and we would like all youth taking part to wear Club Colours.  Price: £10 per child or £20 per family with two or more children.  It’s sure to be a great weekend for all involved.

This weeks lotto numbers were 14, 1, 6, 13.  There was no jackpot winner, the jackpot now stands at £1450.  The four lucky dip winners were Denver McGee, Ciaran Mullan, Declan Quinn, Stephen McGee.

The club would like to send our deepest sympathies to the families of Seamus Kelly and Teresa Hughes, May they Rest in Peace.

By Francis O'Neill Wed 15th Jul

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