A few good days on the pitch saw our Under 14 and Under 16 teams have big wins over St Aidans. A lot of hard work and sharp shooting saw the lads run out clear winners.
On Sunday morning our ladies take played St Brigids on home turf. Kilglass Gaels fought well in the first half playing with the wind but two St Brigids goals saw us trailing by two points at half time. Facing an uphill battle Kilglass ladies dug deep and ran out winners 7-12 to 5-7. It was great to see this hardworking team getting a win under their belts.
It was then up to the senior lads to travel to Shannon Gaels in the 3rd league game. The teams were evenly matched in the first 15 minutes but then Shannon Gaels pulled away and led by 6 at the break. But Kilglass got a second wind and moved up a gear in the 2nd half to win 3-12 to 2-9 in a tough game of ball!
Well done to all teams and management over the weekend,
– Kilglass Gaels B play st Barry’s in Division 5 on Good Friday in Kilglass at 6pm
– U16s play st Ciarans at 630pm on Thursday in tarmon
– Minors play st Aidans in ballyfornan on Saturday at 5pm
– U14s play st Faithleachs on Sunday at 1130am in Ballyleague
Best wishes to Our ladies player Natalie McHugh who captains the Roscommon Ladies team in the Division 3 semi-final against Wexford on Sunday at 2:15pm.
The number drawn this week was 41. The winners were Dermot Washington and Charlie Smith.
The numbers drawn were 4-14-25-28 and the bonus was 16. There were 5 X three number winners.
Continues in the club house every Saturday night.
Brian King Memorial Gym
On Good Friday a specially commissioned crest will be unveiled by the King family to mark the refurbishment and completion of the gym, this will take place at 730 all welcome.