The under 21’s drew with Ballygarret last night 3-13 to 3-13.
The junior b hurling team also drew, with Ballyhogue on a scoreline of 1-09 to 1-09 in the championship last night.
The minor hurlers lost to Forth and Bargy Gaels (which is a combination of three clubs) on Wednesday evening.
And finally tonight the Intermediate team lost to Cushinstown in a practice match by 1-13 to 2-12.
Tomrrow, Saturday the Junior hurlers are playing in the league at 4.30pm against Oulart in Monageer, and the intermediate team are playing Gorey on Sunday with venue and time to be confirmed.
Monageer/Boolavogue GAA and community are deeply saddened and in a state of shock at the untimely death of Shane Fenlon, who lost his battle with Cancer on Monday 18th June. It’s very difficult to make any sense of Shane’s death, a young and talented hurler always in a good humour and full of life, will be dearly missed by all who knew him. Shane represented Monageer/Boolavogue with pride at both hurling and football for many years. He made significant contributions to some of the clubs great success over the years and for this we are very grateful.
Shane is being waked in his home place in Ballymurtagh from 11am today (Tuesday 19th June). Funeral mass is on Wednesday 20th at 1pm in St.Patrick’s church in Monageer, leaving the house at 12:15pm. Flowers from family members only and donations to the Hospice Home Care are very welcomed by his family.
Our deepest sympathies go to his loving partner Laura, parents Andy and Rita and sisters Yvonne and Michelle.
Rest in peace Shane.
The junior footballers comfortable beat Tara rocks in the league match, and they lost their most recent championship match to Castletowns second team by 1 point 1-08 to 0-10.
Numbers drawn: 2, 4, 18, 25
No jackpot winner.
2 Match 3 (share €160) – Martin Donohoe, Clondaw & Ray O’Brien
Next draw on Tues 26th June at 9.30 in GAA complex. All Welcome
New Jackpot €8,300
There will be a field evening tomorrow evening after the Patron Mass. It will take place in the field behind the parish hall and will begin at roughly 6.30pm. Please come along and show your support. There will be all the usual attractions and if anybody has any bottles, cakes etc they would be most welcome donations.
The intermediate team had two league matches this week. Firstly they played Marshalstown on Tuesday and won by 0-23 to 2-11. We played fairly well and were always comfortable. Team was: 1.Sean Murphy 2. Sean Doran 3. Liam Gahan 4. Paul Gahan 5. Shane Kehoe 6. Niall O Reilly 7. Liam Gahan 8. Mick Sweeney 9. Aidan Gahan (0-01) 10. Niall O Loughlin (0-14, 0-13 frees) 11. David Breen 12. Damien Fenlon (0-01) 13. Peter Mernagh (0-01) 14. Stephen Murphy (0-02) 15. Matthew Dunne. Subs: John Breen (0-03) , Colm O Loughlin (0-01).
The second match was against Shamrocks and we lost by 3-13 to 0-06 with a terrible performance with very few positives to take from it.
Team was: 1. Morgan Gahan 2. Sean Doran 3. Chris Daly 4. Paul Gahan 5. Niall O Reilly (0-01 free) 6. Liam Gahan 7. Paddy Breen 8. Mick Sweeney 9.Aidan Gahan 10. Damien Fenlon 11. John Breen 12. Shane Kehoe 13. Peter Mernagh (0-04, 0-03 frees) 14. David Breen (0-01) 15. Matthew Dunne . Subs: Denis Walsh, Conal Nolan, Liam Gahan.