Intermediate County QFGlin take on Mungret this Friday evening in Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale at 6.45 in the County Intermediate quarter final. Since we were promoted from Junior in 2014, we unfortunately not made a significant impact at this grade, and only reaching the knock out stages twice. Our opponents beat both Monaleen and Kildimo-Pallaskenry to top their group so they come into this game in good form. Our own path to this stage began with an opening round defeat to St. Senan’s before beating Bruff by five points 3 weeks ago. As the current restrictions continue to mean supporters are not allowed attend the game, we will be bringing you updates on Twitter throughout the match to ensure you are kept informed of key events in the game. Check out www.twitter.com/glingaa or follow us through the Twitter app. Best of luck to the lads!
U14 C’shipWell done to our U14s who had great win last week against Monagea! The team played brilliantly and we won on a score line of 7-7 to 2-14. Full forward Tom Healy was our top scorer with 6 goals and 3 points to his credit. The team lined out as follows:Darragh Woulfe, Conor Fitzgerald, Thabo Munpunda, S. Dillane, F. McNamara, Colm McNamara, Darragh Mullane, Aidan Healy, Adam Bennett, Gavin Thompson, Charlie McDonagh, D. Daly, J. Adams, Tom Healy, Sean McIntyre, G. McDonagh, Luke Buckley, Mark Hanagan, Killeen Lonergan, Fergal Leahy, R. McIntyre, Daniel Regan, Harry Fitzgerald.
MinorsHard luck to Shannon Gaels minors who lost to a very strong Ahane outfit in the County Minor B Football championship last Friday evening in New Garden. The final score was Ahane 5-9 Shannon Gaels 2-3.
CongratulationsWell done to all our players who received their Leaving Certificate results last week. We wish them all well with their next stage in life.
SympathyGlin GAA club would like to express our sincerest condolences to former club treasurer Donie Shine and his family on the death of his mother, Ita.Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.
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