Four Roads “Team of the week” title goes to our Junior ladies. Whilst they did not win the final and the score shows a one sided game, we have to applaud the girls on their never say die approach to the game. The girls were up against a stronger team on the day, who are playing in a higher grade in the championship. There was some lovely play and passages of play, which could have resulted in scores, which would have resulted in a closer match. The girls should be proud of themselves and all that they have achieved this year. The championship starts on June 24th, so they will regroup and be ready for the start of that. The club would like to thank the supporters who came out and supported the girls. The club would like to wish Sinead O’Brien a speedy recovery.
Panel: Ciara Why, Laura Curly, Sarah Scott, Aine Mc Donnell, Katie Lawlor, Eimer Lennon, Ceara Mulry, Niamh Coyle, Oonagh Kelly, Niamh Cormican, Sinead Fallon, Aisling Fallon, Linda Carty, Sinead O Brien, Karen Carty, Nicola Crean, Maria Lohan, Emer Kelly, Laura Mannion, Chloe Kelly, Sarah Carty, Mairead Mc Loughlin, Rachel Hastings. Manager: Adrian Why
Our girls played St Faithleach’s on Sunday evening last, and emerged victorious. Thanks to all the parents who came out and supported the girls. They are now down to play Kilbride in Four Roads on Sunday next at 6pm. Please support. Training continues on Thursday evening at 7:00 at the pitch.
The girls travelled to Lisnamult on Wednesday evening last to play Roscommon Gaels. It was a closely contested game with our girls coming away with a win. They are next down to play Strokestown on Wednesday evening.