All County League

The senior and reserves were at home to Four Masters on Sunday last.

The seniors had a very good victory over Four Masters despite playing with fourteen men for a large part of the game running out winners on a scoreline of St. Michael’s 2-6 Four Masters 1-8. The St. Michael’s scorers were: Martin McElhinney 1-0, Martin Breslin 1-0, Michael Langan 0-2, and Liam Paul Ferry, Oisin Langan, Brian McLaughlin and Michael Cannon 0-1 each.

The reserves lost on a scoreline of St. Michael’s 1-8 Four Masters 3-6. The St. Michael’s team was: Danny Langan, Denis Trearty, Shaun Doak, Hugh McGee, Shane McFadden, Paul Creamer (Captain), John Sheridan, Oran McGee 0-1, Stephen Coyle 0-4, Daniel Doak, Ciaran Kelly, Dara McCarry 0-1, Eddie Patterson, Raymond McLaughlin 1-1, Josie Gallagher. Subs: Niall Doherty for Ciaran Kelly, Dean Fleming for Eddie Patterson, Neil Toye for Danny Langan, Josie Gallagher for Danny Langan. This was an excellent team performance by St. Michael’s.

Under 21’s

Our under 21 team was defeated by a strong Four Masters Team at the Bridge recently in the Under 21A Championship losing on a scoreline of St. Michael’s 1-4 Four Masters 2-11. The St. Michael’s scorers were: Aidan Hunter 1-0, Michael Langan 0-2 and Ciaran Kelly 0-1 and Oisin Langan 0-1.

Bingo

The €150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Frances Griffin Creeslough. This weeks Jackpot will be €1580.

Lotto

There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 4,7,9,10,12,17; the Match 5 winner was Kathleen Coyle Ballyboes who won €100. This weeks jackpot will be €6450.

Lotto Rota

The St. Michael’s Lotto Rota for the next two weeks is as follows: 23rd August Dunfanaghy Cairns Witherow and Andrea Boyce, Creeslough Neil Toye and Shane Trearty; 30th September Dunfanaghy Liam Paul Ferry and Daniel McLaughlin, Creeslough Stephen Doak and Martin Breslin. Anyone who is unable to carry out this very important job for the club is asked to get a replacement on the night.

Club Gear

Anyone who would like to purchase club gear – hoodys, half zip tops, tee shirts or polo t shirts for adults or children please contact Nicola 0863084164

Clubhouse Key

There is a Key for the Clubhouse in the Dunfanaghy Post Office during weekdays if required but anyone borrowing it must return the key to the Post Office.

St. Michaels Minor Board

Coaching

Would anyone who is available to help coach some of the underage players please contact Manus on 087 647 0532.

Under 12 Girls

The under12 girls attended the county development blitz on Saturday. Unfortunately we only had 8 players available & we were a player short in each game. However the girls stood up and played out of their skins and won their first two games to go through to the final against Downings. Unfortunately being a player short all day took its toll on our girls and the fatigue was evident during the final. Everyone of the girls stood up and were counted and gave their all. Because of being a player short we also had Ciara Mc Garvey injured going into the tournament & she had to play in goal, she was badly missed outfield. However we had great performances from Marcella Dolan, Aoife Kelly & Clara Rodden up the centre, & they were very well supported by Courtney Brennan & Lauren Russell, in defence & Leah Kelly & Shannon Rutland up front.
Well done to all the girls.

U8’S
The under 8’training continues at the Bridge on Wednesday evenings from 6.45 until 8pm. Any queries contact Hugh Doyle on 0864472068. It is hoped to have some friendly blitzes before the end of the season.

Under 13’s

The under 13’s beat Burt in Burt on Wednesday week by a comfortable margin. They were due to play Glenswilly at home on last Wednesday.

Under 16’s

Good luck the boys who will play St Eunans in the Northern Divisional Final on next Monday night the 25th August at a venue to be decided.

Minors

St. Michael’s played Malin away to Burt last Monday evening in the quarter Final of the Northern Championship. St Michaels secured a comfortable win by over coming the opposition on a score of 2:5 – 3points. The Bridge men played very well throughout with an exceptional performance from Mark Stewart. We now await the draw for the semi final!!