♦️The various girls teams and individuals had a very good week. Orla Mullan the youngest competitor in the Camogie Poc Fada finished second. She was the youngest competitor in her age group. She finished the course with 45 pocs but lost out by just three metres.
♦️ Orla was one of five girls from the club who won girls Ulster Camogie medals with Loreto College Coleraine. The others were Clodagh Moore, Ciara McAlary, Grace McIntyre and Cara Mullan. Another member Maggie McCartney was a member of the St. Patrick’s Maghera squad that won the Year Eight Ulster camogie championship beating St. Mary’s Magherafelt by 3-8 to 3-4.
♦️ The under 12 girls had a good win in the league with a 1-12 to 2-5 victory over Limavady.
♦️ Well done to our under 16 footballer Kosta Papachristopolos who scored a goal for Derry against Meath in the under 17 Celtic challenge on Saturday at Inniskeen. He was presented with the ‘Best and Fairest’ award after the game. Kosta plays his hurling with Eoghan Rua Coleraine.
♦️ Due to an unfortunate clash of fixtures our Reserves had to concede the game to Foreglen last Friday evening. It was set for the same time as the seniors were away to Drumsurn. The seniors had a good win at Drumsurn winning by nine points. On Thursday evening they travel to Steelstown in a game they have to win if they are to reach the James O’Hagan Cup final. The throw in is at 7-30pm.
♦️ The under 14 hurlers lost away to Coleraine in the league last Friday evening.
♦️ The three under age football teams are all away in the next round. Tonight Tuesday the under 14’s play St. Michael’s at Glack. On Thursday the under 16’s travel to Moneymore. Next Monday the minors are away to Dolan’s.