Monday, May 10, 2010

News 10 - 05 - 10

Division 2
Second half goals from Damian Moran and Philip Howard sealed a 2-13 to 0-3 victory for Bornacoola over Aughavas in Dromod on Saturday evening last and ensure Bornacoola remain at the top of Division 2 after six rounds of the league.
The Bornacoola team and scorers were: Dara Gavigan, Damian Moran, Conor Mc Cauley, Jason Conroy, John Mc Guinness, Morgan Shanley, Niall Mc Gowan, Michael Duignan (0-3), Colm Farrell, Jonathan Duffy (0-2), Trevor Howard (0-1), Declan Shanley (0-1), Philip Howard (1-2), Damian Moran (1-2) and Mark Mc Closkey (0-2). Subs used John Reynolds, John Bohan, Feargal Howard, Oliver Vaughan and David Mulligan

U-16 League
Bornacoola played Aughnasheelan on Friday evening last and in a very close encounter the Bornacoola lads put in a great team performance to come out winners by the narrowest of margins. The final score was 4-5 to 2-10 for the Bors. Well done to all involved and the next game is this Friday evening against St Osnat’s in Killasnett at 7pm. All players are asked to meet at the pitch at 5.30pm.

Lá na gClub
There was a great turn out at our grounds in Dromod for the 2010 Lá na gClub. Our thanks to Fr Gerry O Brien for saying a mass for all living and deceased members of the club, to Shannon Boyle for providing excellent entertainment, and to Jacqui Muldowney for organizing the Sports day. Also a special word to all of the ladies for the fantastic refreshments on offer.

The winners in the Sports were:
U-6 Girls: 1st- Lauren McGarry, 2nd- Orla Hackett, 3rd- Hannah Costello;
U-6 Boys: 1st- Conor Fanning, 2nd- Ryan Fanning, 3rd- Aaron Carney;
U-8 Girls: 1st-Rachel McGarry, 2nd- Áine Mulligan, 3rd- Holly Costello;
U-8 Boys: 1st- Shane Mallon, 2nd-Enda McGoldrick, 3rd- Conor Fanning;
U-10 Girls: 1st- Caitlin Moth, 2nd- Cora Fearon/ Riona Cosgrove, 3rd- Ellie Jones;
U-10 Boys: 1st- Sean O’Riordan, 2nd-Oran McGuinness, 3rd- Shane Mallon;
U-12 Girls: 1st- Caitlin Moth, 2nd- Shona Cosgrove, 3rd- Riona Cosgrove;
U-12 Boys: 1st- Robert O’Beirne, 2nd- Dylan Hackett, 3rd- Oran McGuinness;
U-14 Girls: 1st- Shannon Boyle, 2nd-Caitlin Moth, 3rd- Shauna Diffley;
U-14 Boys: 1st- Brian Duffy, 2nd- Robert O’Beirne, 3rd-Sean Muldowney/Ronan Mulligan;
U-16 Girls: 1st- Nadine Hackett, 2nd- Caitlin Moth/Shannon Boyle, 3rd- Shauna Diffley;
U-16 Boys: 1st-Barry Reid, 2nd-Mark Muldowney, 3rd- Conor Hackett/Ciaran Campbell; Father’s Race: 1st- Sean McGowan, 2nd- Gerry Boyle, 3rd-Brian Mallon

Well done also to the U-14 Boys and National School girls teams who were presented with their 2009 medals on the day.

Club Draw
The April Club Draw took place on the Saturday of the Bank Holiday weekend in the Copper Stil. Winners were: 100eur – Patricia Bohan; 20eur – Rhyana Duffy, Kelly Howard, Rosemary Gallagher and Fiona Reilly. A voucher for the Copper Still sponsored by Derek Hunt was alkso won by Patricia Bohan.

Division 3
The Division 3 team will play Kiltibrid in Drumcong on Saturday evening next at 7pm.

Ladies Football
The Ladies team played Glencar/Manorhamilton on Sunday morning. While a strong North Leitrim team were in control for most of the game, the Bornacoola girls kept plugging away and it took two second half goals to finally quell a brave Bornacoola challenge.

Division 5
The Division 5 team built on a good opening to the season when they defeated Gortletteragh by 1-12 to 2-7 on Bank Holiday Monday last. The team on duty was: Dara Gavigan, John Shanley, Brian Reilly, Tony Bohan, David Mulligan, Brendan Duignan, Roy Keenan, Alan Croghan, Oliver Vaughan, Anthony Mulligan, Ollie Mc Brearty, Jackie Conboy, Aidan Reilly, John Bohan and Alan Bohan. Subs: Gerry Gearty, David Faughnan, Daniel Farrell, Conor Mc Weeney and John Mc Govern.

Golf Classic
The bi-annual Bornacoola Golf Classic will take place this year in Carrick on Shannon Golf Club on Saturday May 29th. It will cost Eur240 to enter a team of four and there will be a host of attractive prizes on offer. Tee Sponsorship is also available at a cost of Eur100. As always the club will be looking for members to help out with the organizational and fundraising aspects of what is always a most enjoyable day. If you are in a position to lend a hand, we’d ask you to contact Micheal Mc Gowan on 086 2561023.
It looks like there will be a record entry this year and a little birdie tells me some of the young ladies of the parish were spotted in Strokestown last Sunday morning practising for the big day!