It’s a busy week ahead for our senior ladies with two home game coming up, they play Dromintee on Wednesday night at 7.15pm before taking on Sarsfields at 7.30pm on Saturday evening.
The minor ladies have game on Monday night away to Clann Eireann.
The U16 girls play Killeavy this coming Thursday evening, 28th June at 7.00pm in Camlough.
It was disappointment for our U14 girls on Thursday night, losing out to a very good Mullaghbawn side in the Championship final. Despite a tough game great credit must go to all the girls for their never say die attitude which saw them fight hard right until the final whistle. Well done to all the girls and their management team on getting to the final and they can now look forward to welcoming Claremorris U14 girls to Camlough next weekend and taking part in the Féile.
Saturday saw a great day’s football at our annual U10 blitz today which saw a total of 31 teams taking part. There was some brilliant football on display throughout the tournament and there were 3 teams left standing at the end with Dromintee 2 winning the Plate competition beating Silverbridge in the final, Shane O’Neill’s winning the Shield competition beating Middletown in the final whilst Dromintee 1 overcame Cookstown in the final of the Cup. It was a great day all round for the Dromintee club with young Diarmuid O’Rourke collecting the Player of the Tournament award.
We would like to thank all the clubs for their participation and helping to make it such a successful day. We would also like to thank everyone who helped out on the day – referees, score-keepers, photographers, registration takers, burger makers, shop assistants, coffee, tea and sandwich makers, car-park attendants, rubbish collectors and anyone else who played any part on the day. A special of thanks also to Gortrush Foods who supplied the burgers, Davis Bakery for the buns and cakes, Decky Harbinson for providing the PA system, Safe Fuels for the parking provision and Hughes Costcutter for the hot food.
We really hope everyone thoroughly enjoyed their day and we hope to see everyone back next year.
Saturday proved to be a very successful for our U8s when the shield competition at the Poyntzpass blitz. The U8s have being playing some great football recently and their awards were rewarded on Saturday. By all accounts they were excellent on Saturday and great credit must go to all the players and their manager Albie Kelly for their efforts not just on Saturday, but right throughout the year.
Next weekend sees the club host Claremorris U14 girls in the All-Ireland Féile. Claremorris arrive in Camlough next Friday afternoon before heading to Killeavy to play a couple of group games. A number of games will be played in the Shane’s next Saturday also and depending on results the Shane’s and Claremorris U14 girls may head on elsewhere to play in quarter-finals and semi-final. A disco has been organised in the club on Saturday night for our own club members and the Claremorris contingent. It promises to be another busy weekend and anyone with any spare is asked to come along and lend a hand.
Annual Golf Classic
This year’s annual Golf Classic will take place on Saturday 28th July at Cloverhill Golf Club. This year’s competition will take place in association with the Confucius Institute and will take the form of a 3-Ball Scramble at a price of £75.00 per team. The winners will collect a first prize of a 1 Stay and Play package at the Slieve Russell Hotel. Anyone wanting to enter a team or get further information please contact Gareth McLoughlin on 0044 781 089 2439.
Armagh GAA Kelloggs Cúl Camps
Armagh Coaching and Games Development Committee will operate 19 Kellogg’s GAA Cúl camps across the County during the months of July & August, with the one at Shane O’Neill’s taking place from 16th – 20th July from 10.00am – 2.30pm each day.
Registration is now available online and we encourage parents to use this easy and convenient method of registration by visiting www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
Children attending will receive a backpack, jersey and three-quarter zip top. Costs for the camps are: First child £45, second child £40, third and subsequent children £35 (children attending a second camp, without gear, will be charged £30).
For more information contact Denis Hollywood at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07787 534 630.
Registration can be completed on the first morning of your chosen camp but pre-registration is strongly advised. Only children who have been pre-registered will be guaranteed their backpack and kit on time.
Well done to Connaire Mackin and Greg McCabe who were both part of the Armagh senior team who defeated Sligo in the All-Ireland qualifier on Saturday evening.
Congratulations this week to James McCavitt, a member of our senior ladies management team, who got married to Elaine Lynch in Rome on Saturday. We wish James and Elaine many years of health and happiness together.
Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 1, 4, 9 & 31. There were no jackpot winners and 1 x match three winner. The jackpot now stands at £1,500.
Leaving your son or daughter to training….then why not spend your time using our Community Walk-Way around the pitch while your children train. The walk-way is a great facility, in a safe environment and is open to everyone in the community and can be used at any time.