posted 10 May 2011, 09:33 by Caltra Cuans
Caltra Cuans Notes
| Date : 10/05/2011 14:29|
Caltra Cuans Ladies Football
The intermediate girls got off to a flying start on Sunday in the league by defeating Letir Mór.
This was there first outing since winning the All- Ireland Junior Final and are looking forward to a good year at intermediate level. Good luck in the championship next week against Glenamaddy.
Minors play Salthill in a shield final at a date to be decided.
U16s play Naomh Mhuire in play off for shield final this week.
U14 had their first league match away to Michael Breathnachs played in Rossaveal on Monday last in cold windy conditions. Played with the wind for the first half and it helped us lead by just a few points at half time. Under pressure all the way through the second half with a strong wind at their back. But we held out with some great defending forcing them to shoot from distance. 3 goals on the break saw us win with by a 6 point margin and they won this match with a score of 7-6 to 4-9. They play their next match against Naomh Mhuire on Friday evening away.
U12 got off to a good start in the league by defeating Ballinasloe 4-8 to 3-6 they played Kilconnell and lost to a stronger Kilconnell team. They played Craughwell in Caltra on Sunday. See Match reports.
U8s, U10s and u12s train every Saturaday at 3pm in Caltra.
Congratulations to Ciara Naughton and Ciara Leonard on winning the Connacht Final with the Galway U14 team, they now go forward to the All-Ireland at the end of May. Best of Luck from the Club.
Congratulations to Nicole Conway, Breda Hanlon, Meghan Kelly and Emma Reaney on making the U16 county panel.
Congratulations to Áine Mannion, Aoife Ni Cheallaigh and Cariosa Mchugh on making the county minor panel. We wish all our girls the best of luck at both county and club level.
Registration is now due for all members please give registration to club managers as soon as possible. Good luck to all the girls from the club who are taking part in the County Fleadh in Clifden at the weekend.
We extend our sympathy to the Lyons family, Bredagh, on the recent death of Teresa. May she rest in peace. Also to Martin Flaherty on the death of his grandfather, Gerard Flaherty. May he rest in peace.