Tuesday, May 30, 2006

News 30 - 05 - 06

Senior League
Annaduff were the visitors to Dromod on Saturday night last when we recorded our third league victory of the season on a scoreline of 0-11 to 0-8.
The team and scorers was: Bornacoola: Feargal Mc Gill, Damien Mc Guinness, John Mc Guinness, Jason Conroy, Daniel Canning, Seamus Mallon, Richard Bohan, Gary Mc Closkey (0-1), Michael Duignan (0-2), Niall Mc Gowan, Trevor Howard, Mark Mc Closkey (0-5), Brian Conroy (0-2), Philip Howard (0-1), Bobby Shanley. Sub used Colm Farrell for Bobby Shanley

Junior League
The third team have been picking up a bit of form lately and recorded an excellent victory over Gortletteragh on Sunday by 3-7 to 1-9 with the vital goals coming from Ollie Vaughan, Aiden and Brian Reilly.
The team was: Kevin Mallon, John Shanley, John Bohan, Shane Reynolds, Ray Hanley, Richard Bohan, Jackie Conboy, Derek Duignan, Brendan Duignan, Gerry Moffatt, Declan Conboy, Gerry Gearty, Brian Reilly, Aiden Reilly, Ollie Vaughan

U-14 League
The U-14 team continue to improve and recorded their third league win on Friday last when they beat Cloone on a scoreline of 3-8 to 3-5 with the help of two goals from Anthony Mulligan and one from Daniel Farrell.
The panel involved included Daniel Farrell (1-0), Tony Shanley, Roy Keenan, John Hackett, Harry Cumiskey, Kevin Canning (0-2), Kevin Shanley (0-3), Anthony Mulligan (2-3), Conor Hackett, Mark Muldowney, Ciaran Campbell. Barry Reid and Liam Mulligan.
The boys have been playing excellent football and our congratulations to them on their recent good form.

Club Draw
The Club Draw takes place on Sunday night next in the Weir Lodge Rooskey.

The Return of the DiggerMan
The Diggerman, occasionally known as Derek Duignan has returned to Bornacoola for a couple of weeks from Australia where he has been “working” for the last two years. Good to see him back with a new head of hair and we might even get him to a training session or two before his return. Sister Orla gets married on Thursday and we send our best wishes to her and Australian husband to be Mark Harrington for long life and happiness together.

The Connacht Féile is taking place on June 10th and the Bornacoola club and grounds will host four visiting teams. Among the highlights of the day will be the parade in Carrick-on-Shannon on the morning of the 10th in which we will be participating

Bon Voyage
Our best wishes to club stalwart and occasional Division 5 star Michael Patrick Stenson who takes up a new position with the Irish Embassy in Moscow for the next twelve months. Son of Brendan and Maureen (Cloonturk) Michael’s appointment is a major honour for himself, his family and the parish and we have no doubt that he will thrive in his new surrounds. If you hear of “Moscow Gaels” changing colours to the Black and Amber, you’ll know who to blame! Gach dea-ghuí ort a Mhichíl ó gach éinne a bhfuil baint acu leis an gclub.

The Ladies team were beaten in the league by Glencar/Manorhamilton at the weekend

Seamus Canning RIP
All at the club would like to extend their sympathy to the Canning family (Mohill) on the sad passing of Seamus last week. A great supporter of the Bors throughout his life, many’s the Championship victory went into overtime in the Faul Inn during Seamus’ stewardship of the establishment. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a Anam.

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