Roscommon Gaels

Roscommon Gaels GAA to host special event for Leaving Cert Students

Roscommon Gaels

We start our U14 League at home in Lisnamult vs Clann na nGael next Sunday morning April 2nd.

U12 Football We trained Sunday morning with good numbers. We train outdoors on Thursday in Lisnamult at 7pm for our 1st outdoor session of the season. The League is supposed to start next week. Players will be notified later in the week.

Ladies Football

Our U16 footballers played Shannon Gaels in the Championship on Sunday. After a very indifferent first half the girls trailed 1-8 to 3 points at half time. However, in the second half the girls played a lot better with some excellent defending and good link up play in the middle of the field with our forwards finding the target we were soon level. Unfortunately after many missed chances Shannon Gaels broke down the field and scored a goal against the run of play. Try as they might we could not find the levelling score the final whistle blew on a score line of 2-7 to 2-10.
Team: A Giblin 0-2, L Crean, N Madden, H Corcorcan, E Wright Looby, E Horan, C Towey, A McNeill, M Fllon, I Cullen 1-0, R Tarmey 0-1, E Killion 1-1, Z Hunt 0-3, E Biesty, M E Connolly, L McNamara, N Raftery. We play Elphin/Kilmore next weekend away. Training on this Wednesday.

U-12 Hurling

Training will continue on Monday evenings in Lisnamult. Looking forward to seeing everyone there.


The U12 Camogie team travelled to Pearse Stadium in Galway on Saturday May 25th to play in the Camán to Croker competition. Camogie U12 teams from Galway Mayo and Roscommon gathered for the day and it was a great opportunity for the girls to see other counties U12 in action. In what was a cracking day the girls played three teams Shamrocks South Mullagh/Kiltormer and Carnmore North. They showed true grit in their battles against strong Galway teams. The sun shone and we all had a fantastic time in Galway. A great display of camogie by the girls on their first trip out this year and we look forward to a great season ahead. Thanks to Teresa and Tricia for travelling with the teams this weekend. Thanks to all the girls and also to Michaella Bracken who travelled to assist with refereeing on the day.
Roscommon Gaels

Calling all Minor and Junior Camogie players in our club. The 2017 Management team: Tom O’Farrell, Stephen Lohan, Tricia Torpey would like to invite you to a meeting on Saturday April 1st at 7pm in the Hyde Centre to discuss the coming Camogie year for Minor and Junior grades. We would like to get your input, outline our expectations, training plan and give you details of the additional games that we will be playing this year. Could you let all your camogie colleagues know? Looking forward to seeing you all on the night.

Leaving Cert Irish Oral Preparation

Leaving Cert Irish Oral Preparation evening on Friday 31st March from 7-9pm in Hyde Centre. This is Free to Roscommon Gaels members and €20 for non – members. This will be a casual speaking session conducted by qualified teachers. To reserve a place, call or text Aisling on 0876523937. Go raibh maith agaibh.

Roscommon Lions Club

We are delighted as a Club to be chosen by Roscommon Lions Club as one of their local projects to benefit from their inaugural charity walk at 2pm on April 9th. We strongly encourage all members and family to register and participate in the event. More to follow

Roscommon Gaels Membership

We remind everyone that membership is now due and anyone wishing to train/play games or be involved in any capacity in the club (coaching/administration) needs to be a member and should return their registration form and appropriate fees at the earliest convenience. Rates are outlined below, please return to Harry Hoare or any member of the Club executive.
Juvenile €65
Family & One Child Family & Two Children Family & Three + Children 18 €70
Student under 18 (where Family already paying membership) €55
Adult Player €75
Non Playing Adult €55
O.A.P. €25.