Results and Fixtures
Pride of place this week goes to our U16 team. The girls played in the county final on Sunday evening last, and even though they were beaten on the day they showed a commitment and never say die attitude, that made all of us there cheering them on, proud to know them and to support them. We would like to wish them well for the rest of the year and look forward to seeing them on the field of play later in the year. Panel during year – L Gacquin, M Lohan, E Donnelly, O Kelly, T Bolger, L Mannion, A Campbell, S Lawlor, M Fallon, C Mulry, K King, A Moore, C King, C McCarthy, L Gacquin, C Gacquin, C Gately, and N Byrne. Thank to the parents who brought the girls to training and to matches.
Thanks also to the management team who have given up their time to train the girls – D Lohan, G Carr-Mulry and P Kelly.
Our U12 team hosted St Brigids on Saturday evening last. It was an exciting game, providing the girls with an opportunity to showcase their skills to the supporters who turned up to cheer them on. Their next game is against St Ciarans TBC.
Junior ladies Training
Training continues on Friday at 8pm in the pitch.
Four Roads Gaelic4Girls
The Gaelic4Girls programme continues this Thursday in the Community Sports Park from 6.45pm. The programme got off to a great start with large numbers attending .One of the main aims is that each child has fun and gets an introduction to football in a non-competitive environment. There will also be an opportunity to attend a mini blitz. It’s a great way to make new friends and learn a new sport. Thanks to all the Club mentors involved. Consent forms are required and are available for signing at each session. Total cost €8 (includes t-shirt). Gum shields advised. For more information contact Valerie (087)7584353.
Four Roads Ladies Membership
Registration is due at the moment please contact either the manager of the team or one of the committee to pay – you need to be registered to play and train.
Congratulations to Four Roads representatives Oonagh Kelly and Aoife Campbell and the rest of the county U14 Football team who won against Sligo on Friday evening last. The girls are now through to a Connacht Final in two weeks time – time and venue to be confirmed.
Hard luck to Maria Lohan and the County U16 Football team who played Mayo on Wednesday evening. The girls are due to play Leitrim on Wednesday in Kilglass at 7:30pm.
Hard luck to the Minor County Camoige team who played Down on Saturday last – it was an entertaining game.
Good luck to the Senior County Camoige team who play Armagh on Saturday next.