Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile Notes: Week Beginning 14th Of September

September 17th, 2015 | News

Senior Football
Another entertaining game was had last Saturday night in the championship replay against Derrylaughan.  Having been 8 points down at one stage in the first half, the seniors went on to win the game by 3 points.  It was certainly a game of two halves and great effort and hard work was shown by all our players on the field to secure the win.  This Friday night (18th) our seniors play Urney in the Semi Final of the Championship at 7pm in Omagh.  We would like to see as many people there to give the men plenty of support on what will be another tough game.  Fingers crossed come 8.30pm we will be looking forward to a Championship Final.  To all the players and management from everyone at Galbally Pearses, we wish you the best of luck for the semi final!  Let’s make it to a County Final!  Good Luck!

Ladies
Our senior ladies have qualified for the league semi finals were they will play Trillick.  Date and time tbc.  Well done ladies – great achievement for you all so far.

Youth
U16 girls league is now finished.  Next up is the championship were they will play Edendork on the first weekend of October.
U12 girls play in the next round of the knock out blitz in Dunmoyle on Saturday at 10.30am.  All support welcome for the girls.
U6 & U8 girls season is now over.  We would like to thank Michelle McCaul and Joanne Kelly and the senior ladies for their help throughout the training sessions.  U10 girls ended their season with a successful biltz in loughmacrory last Saturday.  Well done.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the parents for all their support and help with our coaches throughout the year.

U11 boys tournament in Emyvale this Saturday.  More details will be announced later.
Well done to U10 boys and U12 boys who represented the club last Saturday with distinction at the Moy and Pomeroy tournaments respectively.

Hard luck to U16s who put up a gallant display on Monday night in their championship replay at home to Dungannon.

U13s lost narrowly away to Eglish on Monday night and are at home to Moy on Thursday evening.

Path of the Pearse’s DVDs are now available to buy in Tallys Shop, priced at £10 each.

Congratulations to Frankie Corr who won two All Ireland Tickets in the Club An Phiarsaigh Draw.

Connect Four Numbers this week were 4, 16, 7, 13.  There was no jackpot winner.  The four lucky dip winners were Jack Wallace, Brenda McNulty, Finn Gillespie and Margaret McGuigan.