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St Barrys GAA to host “Paddy Muldoon’s Ghost” on Good Friday

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Sanctuary Players

Sanctuary Players are performing their play, “Paddy Muldoon’s Ghost”, in St Barry’s GAA Hall on Good Friday, April 14th & Friday 21st.There will be sketches and entertainment on the night. Proceeds in aid of The Sanctuary players and St Barrys GAA Club. Admission Adults €10, Students €5. Kids go free.

100km Cycle Challenge. 
Our 100km Cycle Challenge takes place on Sunday, April 23rd. As usual, there are 100km, 50kmand 20km fun cycles on the day, so no excuses for not taking part. 

Good Win For Ladies

St Barry’s Adult Ladies team had a good win over Boyle in Round 2 of the Division 3 League on Sunday. Playing into a stiff breeze in the first half, St Barry’s laid a good foundation, and led 1-4 to 0-4 at half time. The girls continued the good form in the second half, and won by 5 points in the end on a scoreline of St Barry’s 2-11, Boyle 1-9.
Team: Rebecca Cox Jane McGowan, Rita Hagan, Denise Bennett, Aoife Mcloughlin, Rhiannon Cox, Emer O’Callaghan (0-1), Emer Burke (0-3), Nadine Murphy (0-1), Grainne Gaynor (1-1), Emer Wallace (0-1), Lisa Murtagh (0-1) Amy Cousins (1-2). Subs: Geraldine Farrell, Sarah McVeigh (0-1), Aoife Gaynor, Laura Beirne, Lauren Bannaghan. 

League Win For St Barry’s Men: St Barrys 2-16 Elphin B 1-11

St Barry’s recorded a hard earned eight point win over Elphin B in the Tansey Cup this afternoon. Elphin had the better of the midfield exchanges in the first half, and led when full forward Fox fisted to the net, but St Barry’s rallied, and the teams went in level at half time, St Barry’s 0-9 Elphin B. 
The game turned in St Barry’s favour in the first attack of the second half, when Diarmuid Walsh was fouled in the square, and John Murtagh dispatched the ball to the net. It was a lead they never relinquished, in spite of Elphin coming to within a point on a couple of occasions. A series of late scores for St Barry’s, including a late Murtagh goal, rounded off a workmanlike display against a hardworking Elphin B side. 

Team: Tadgh Devlin, Barry Brennan, Aaron Murtagh, James Bennett Snr, Ray Rogers (0-1), Ronan McGowan (0-1),Ciaran Garraghan, David Keenan(0-1), James Bennett Jnr (0-2), Philip Casserly, Anthony McGowan, Finbar McGowan(0-7, 5 frees), John Murtagh(2-3, 1pen), Diurmuid Walsh. 
Subs:Shane Carrington, Joey Keenan, Emmett Conroy (0-1), Alan Callaghan, Kyle Cawley. 

Underage Round-Up:

There were good wins for our Under 14 and 16 Lads over St Aidans last week, while our U12’s were beaten by Shannon Gaels.
Our U16 girls face Eire Og in the Division 3 championship semi final on Monday 24th of April. 

St Barrys GAA Lotto Results

No jackpot winner. Consolation Prize winners: €50 John Leonard and €30 Carmel Hanley. Next Week’s Jackpot will be €1,800.


Thursday 13th:
U16 Boys v St Ciaran’s in Kilglass at 7.15pm.

Friday 14th:
Adult Men’s Division 5 League St Barry’s v Kilglass in Kilglass at 5pm

Saturday 15th:
Minor v St Aidans in Ballyforan at 5pm 

Sunday 16th: 
U14 v St Faithleach’s in Ballyleague at 2pm.
Adult Men’s Tansey Cup v Kilbride in Tarmonbarry at 2pm.