Galway GAA News

Turloughmore's 'appeal' re-heard

Turloughmore's 'appeal' re-heard;

Turloughmore's 'appeal' against their expulsion from the Galway senior hurling championship was re-heard by the newly established Galway CCC following the decision of the Disputes Resolution Authority.It now seems that the process is set to drag on pushing back further the county hurling semi-finals and final. Portumna who are through to the final, Gort who are in the semi-final and Ardrahan will be hoping for a quick resolution.


Minor Title for Mountbellew/Moylough

Minor Title for Mountbellew/Moylough;

Mountbellew/Moylough 1-9 Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6Patrick Keaveney, sidelined with a broken leg since February, came on as a substitute and bagged the game's only goal to secure Mountbellew/Moylough's first minor 'A' football championship title in 46 years.Keaveney scored 1-1 off the bench on his return to competitive action in the semi-final against Corofin, and the crafty forward struck again on the biggest stage of the year, in the county final at Tuam Stadium to dash the hopes of Salthill/Knocknacarra.It was the decisive score. Full forward Eoin Finnerty, who was instrumental in setting up several scores for Mountbellew/Moylough, pumped a high ball into the square possibly a shot at the posts that went awry and Keaveney was on hand to finish.That three-pointer put the result beyond doubt entering the final few minutes although Mattie Giblin's charges always appeared in control of this decider, as they led from pillar to post. Salthill/Knocknacarra, after a sluggish start, did keep plugging away and never threw in the towel, but they were second best for large chunks of the game asMountbellew/Moylough were simply too good, and dominant…


National Club Draw Launched

National Club Draw Launched;

The GAA has announced the staging of the second national club draw which was launched in Croke Park. The draw, which was embraced by clubs earlier this year, will take place on February 27th, 2015 at Congress and has been organised with the intention of assisting clubs in their fundraising activities.While all of the prizes will be provided by the GAA at central level, the proceeds from the sale of tickets stays with the selling club. Last year's draw raised a total of €2.4m and it is hoped with an increased take up and heightened awareness that this figure will be increased.Tickets cost €10 and will be distributed to clubs via County Boards in the coming days and weeks and sold tickets must be returned to their County Board by January 24, 2015.


Corofin retain County Senior Title

Corofin retain County Senior Title;

Corofin 5-12 St Michael's 0-9Report: Galway IndependentThe bookies rarely get it wrong and the long odds they were offering on St Michael's creating an upset in their first ever appearance in a Galway SFC final were well justified at Tuam Stadium on Sunday.Two goals in the dying moments added further woe to the city side's big day out but there was no doubting the superiority of a Corofin side who eased their way to their 16th crown and their 13th in the last 24 years.Galway player Michael Lundy hit St Michael's with a crushing blow after just four minutes when he blasted to the net from close range.St Michael's had made a good start with captain Eddie Hoare scoring an early free, but Corofin took control and won most of the 50-50 collisions.They opened up a 2-7 to 0-1 lead after just 20 minutes, their entire half-back line of Ciaran McGrath, Alan Burke and Liam Silke had scored points at that stage.The second goal came from captain Michael Farragher with an excellent low shot to the bottom left corner before…


County Football Finals Sunday Oct 19th

County Football Finals Sunday Oct 19th;


Minor B Replay win for Annaghdown

Minor B Replay win for Annaghdown;

Annaghdown 2-11 Oughterard 0-7Annaghdown defeated Oughterard in the replay of the County Minor 'B' Football Championship final by seven points, at Moycullen. Oughterard were the first to score when Eric Lee pointed in the opening minute but Pete Lynch had it all square two minutes later when he shot over the crossbar.James McMahon gave the Connemara side the lead again on seven minutes but when Adam Quirke levelled again a minute later followed by a Darragh Fahy point, Annaghdown were in the lead for the first time and as it turned out they held the lead for the rest of the game. Quirke and Eoin Curry followed with points and when 'Man of the Match' Ryan Forde hit a goal with seven minutes to the break Annaghdown led by 1-5 to 0-2.Two minutes into injury-time a Forde cross found Curry hovering on the edge of the square and the ball finished in the net to give us a 2-5 to 0-2 lead at the break.Oughterard were in control for the first twenty minutes of the second half and outscored Annaghdown…


Killimor win Minor B Hurling Final

Killimor win Minor B Hurling Final;

Killimor 2-8 Michael Cusack's 0-13Killimor claimed their first County Minor Hurling title in 31 years, at St. Brendan's Park Loughrea, but they were made to sweat at the finish. They were the better team for two thirds of the game, but in the closing stages Michael Cusack's had the chance to snatch the spoils from under their opponent's.They came storming back from a 2-8 to 0-9 deficit to trail by two points going into the final two minutes. However, they proceeded to shoot three wides in the last five minutes of normal and injury time.Killimor made up for their defeat to Rahoon-Salthill in last year's decider to win this entertaining clash.Shane Scully was their best player at full-back, with Brian Gohery also excellent at centre back. Stephen Kelly, Cillian O'Hara, Sean Callagy and Eoin McEvoy werealso very good for the victors.On a day when Michael Cusack's came close to winning, their most accomplished performer was Declan Fahey. James Nelly and Evan Kelly played well on the right side of defence, while Aaron Kilchreest, Eoin Mahon and Enda Fahey worked themselves…


Portumna back in County Final

Portumna back in County Final;

Portumna 1-15 Craughwell 0-15All-Ireland Club Hurling Champions Portumna qualified for another county final with a three point victory over Craughwell at Kenny Park, Athenry.A goal and a point ahead after sixty seconds the winners were never led as Craughwell wasted several scoring opportunities.Five points up at half time the winners early scoring bust proved decisive and the 2013 champions held on and remain favourites to retain their title.


Press Release;

Following the decision of the DRA at a meeting in Mullingar today, the Galway GAA Management Committee will now establish a new Investigation Committee to reprocess the request from the Beagh GAA Club to investigate the composition of the Turloughmore Team that played in the Galway Senior Hurling Championship Game on 14th September 2014. Consequently the Galway Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final game between Ardrahan and Beagh fixed for tomorrow, Sunday 12th October 2014, will not proceed!


Connacht Championship 2015 Draws

Connacht Championship 2015 Draws ;

Galway open the Connacht championship with a trip to the' Big Apple' in the Prel Round and Roscommon visit London in the Q/Final with the winners playing Sligo in the semi-final while Galway or New York will meet Leitrim with the winners playing Mayo in the semi-final. Pictured Galway manager Kevin Walsh in the Killannin colours last Sunday in Tuam Stadium  


Press Release Jigsaw Cycle Challenge

Press Release Jigsaw Cycle Challenge ;

Galway's top inter-county hurling stars are set to battle it out against each other at the Tribes 36k Cycle Challenge, to help raise funds for youth mental health service Jigsaw Galway. It's all kicking off at 7pm on Mon 13th September and each of the competitors will be cycling the 36k on a spinning bike separate locations across the county. The winner will be the first to reach 36 kilometres cycled in the shortest possible time will be crowned the inaugural Tribes 36k Cycle Challenge champion.The challenge is the brainchild of Galway hurling star David Collins. "Im currently training for the Bradley Renault Giro D'Galway 360k charity cycle tour for Jigsaw and as part of my training and fundraising for that I laid down a challenge the Galway lads to see if they can beat me on the bike over just 36k" said David Collins. "They all said yes straight away so the heat is on now! But most of all, the lads really want to join me in support Jigsaw and their work with young people's mental health in…


All-Star nomination for Conor Cooney

All-Star nomination for Conor Cooney;

The GAA, GPA and Opel announced the nominees for the 2014 Hurling All-Stars.Recently crowned All-Ireland champions Kilkenny lead the count with no fewer than 13 players making the shortlist for awards. They are followed closely by beaten finalists Tipperary who receive 11.Conor Cooney is Galway's sole representative in the nominees and the St. Thomas' man was the county's most consistent performer in 2014.The 2014 Hurling Nominations are:GoalkeepersDarren Gleeson (Tipperary), Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny), Alan Nolan (Dublin).Full backsCathal Barrett (Tipperary), JJ Delaney (Kilkenny), Séamus Hickey (Limerick), Richie McCarthy (Limerick), Stephen McDonnell (Cork), Paul Murphy (Kilkenny), Paddy Stapleton (Tipperary), Jackie Tyrrell (Kilkenny), Liam Ryan (Wexford).Half backsKieran Bergin (Tipperary), Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny), Mark Ellis (Cork), Brendan Maher (Tipperary), Pádraic Maher (Tipperary), Pádraic Walsh (Kilkenny), Liam Rushe (Dublin), Lorcán McLoughlin (Cork), Wayne McNamara (Limerick).MidfieldPaul Browne (Limerick), Lee Chin (Wexford), Richie Hogan (Kilkenny), Conor Fogarty (Kilkenny), Shane McGrath (Tipperary), James Ryan (Limerick).Half forwardsNoel McGrath (Tipperary), Michael Fennelly (Kilkenny), Declan Hannon (Limerick), Conor Lehane (Cork), Patrick Maher (Tipperary), John O'Dwyer (Tipperary), Eoin Larkin (Kilkenny), TJ Reid (Kilkenny), Conor Cooney (Galway).Full forwardsAlan Cadogan (Cork), Séamus Callanan (Tipperary), Shane…


Shane nominated for All-Star Awards

Shane nominated for All-Star Awards;

The 2014 All-Star football nominations and the short lists for the Young Player & Player of the Year have been announced by the selection committee made up of GAA journalists.Galway's Shane Walsh is nominated for an All-Star Award and is one of three players shortlisted for Young Player of the Year along with Ryan McHugh (Donegal) and Paddy McBrearty (Donegal)The GPA membership will vote on the short lists for the two individual awards and all of the awards will be presented at the annual All-Stars banquet which takes place in the Convention Centre in Dublin on Friday October 24.


Kit out your Club with Lucozade Sport

Kit out your Club with Lucozade Sport;

Get Kit for you & your club with the Lucozade Sport Kit Out Project Lucozade Sport have announced details of their new Lucozade Sport Kit Out Project. Sports clubs and sports enthusiasts around Ireland can get free kit for their sport by collecting promotional codes from bottles of Lucozade Sport and Lucozade Sport Lite. The Kit Out Project offers essential sports kit such as balls, cones, jerseys, bibs and much more. Sports club and sports people can visit the website to check how many codes are required to get their kit. To claim the kit, simply visit Speaking at the Launch, Colm Cooper, Lucozade Sport Ambassador and All-Star Kerry forward said: "It's brilliant to see Lucozade Sport continuing to invest in the grassroots clubs and sports people around Ireland by giving something useful back. Sports clubs continue to struggle to raise much needed funds to gather the right equipment for training and matches and this initiative from Lucozade Sport offers a really simple solution to getting kit." Laura Kavanagh, Brand Manager, Lucozade Sport also added: "We're really excited about…


2014 TG4 All-Star Award Nominees

2014 TG4 All-Star Award Nominees;

The All-Star nominations have been announced with players from 12 counties represented in the 45 strong shortlist. The 2014 TG4 Senior All Ireland Finalists dominate the list with 11 Dublin players nominated and Cork receiving 10 nominations. Mayo legend, Cora Staunton, is also nominated for an award which, if she is selected, would make her the joint record All Star Award winner with iconic Kerry player, Mary Jo Curran who received 10 Awards. Elsewhere the two defeated TG4 All-Ireland semi finalists, Galway and Armagh, receive 4 nominations each whilst TG4 Intermediate All Ireland Champions, Down have 3 nominations with beaten finalists, Fermanagh receiving 2 nominations. GOALKEEPERS: CIAMH DOLLARD (LAOIS) CLIODHNA O'CONNOR (DUBLIN) LINDA MARTIN (MONAGHAN)DEFENDERS: RACHEL RUDDY (DUBLIN) ROISIN PHELAN (CORK) MAIREAD TENNYSON (ARMAGH) ANGELA WALSH (CORK) ELIZA DOWNEY (DOWN) SORCHA FURLONG (DUBLIN) BRID STACK (CORK) AMY BELL (MAYO) LEAH CAFFREY (DUBLIN) VERA FOLEY (CORK) MARCELLA MONAHAN (FERMANAGH) MAGGIE MURPHY (LAOIS) DEIRDRE O'REILLY (CORK) EMER FLAHERTY (GALWAY) SINEAD GOLDRICK (DUBLIN) GERALDINE O 'FLYNN (CORK) SINEAD BURKE (GALWAY) SIOBHAN MC GRATH (DUBLIN)MIDFIELD: CAROLINE O' HANLON (ARMAGH) CAROLINE LITTLE (FERMANAGH) BRIEGE CORKERY…


Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year

Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year;

Clare and Wexford contribute 12 players to the 2014 Bord Gáis Energy U21 Hurling Team of the Year which was announced today.Seven members of the Clare championship winning team were selected, while five Wexford men make the cut.Two Tipperary men and Galway's Padraig Brehony make up the final fifteen.The prestigious Player of the Year and Score of the Year awards will be presented at the Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year Awards ceremony which will be televised live on TG4 at 8.30pm this Saturday, October 11th.The hour long broadcast will look back over the 2014 Bord Gáis Energy U21 Hurling Championship with contributions from the award winners, managers and the Team of the Year judging panel.2014 Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year:1. Oliver O'Leary (Wexford)2. Cathal Barrett (Tipperary)3. Liam Ryan (Wexford)4. Seadna Morey (Clare)5. Andrew Kenny (Wexford)6. Conor Cleary (Clare)7. Jamie Shanahan (Clare)8. Colm Galvin (Clare)9. Eoin Enright (Clare)10. Jack Guiney (Wexford)11. Tony Kelly (Clare)12. Padraig Brehony (Galway)13. Jason Forde (Tipperary)14. Conor Mc Donald (Wexford)15. Aaron Cunningham (Clare)


Thrilling win for Killanin in Final

Thrilling win for Killanin in Final;

Killanin 0-13 Moycullen 0-10Before a large crowd, at Tuam Stadium, neighbours Killanin and Moycullen played out a thrilling County Intermediate Football Final with Killanin emerging as winners. With the result in doubt right up to the final kick, the introduction of Galway's new senior manager and Killanin's 'most famous son' Kevin Walsh gave the winners a timely boost in the final minutes.Killanin captain Marvin Lee is presented with the County Intermediate Cup by Tadgh O'Conghaile Football Committee Chairman and below Patrick Sweeney man-of-the-match gets his award from Tadgh O'Conghaile.  


Junior Football Title for Oileain Árainn

Junior Football Title for Oileain Árainn;

Oileain Arainn 0-16 Annaghdown 1-10The winners, Oileain Árainn, will play intermediate football in 2015 following their three point victory over Annaghdown in the County Junior Football Final at Tuam Stadium.Ciaran Ó Domhanaill is presented with the County Junior Cup by Football Committe Chairman Tadgh O'Conghaile and below Peadar Éinne Seoighe is presented with the man-of-the-match-award by Padraic Kelly.


Galway’s Participation in Leinster Hurling Champio...

Galway’s Participation in Leinster Hurling Champio...;

On the invitation of Leinster GAA Chairman, John Horan, Galway County Board Officers addressed the Leinster Council meeting held in Portlaoise on the 1st October.Lead by County Chairman Noel Treacy the Galway delegation, Bernie O'Connor (County Treasurer) and John Hynes (County Secretary), made presentations on the importance of developing a meaningful and sustainable structure for more competitive games for the County's under-age Hurling Teams, in particular Minor, U21 as well as Intermediate.Arising from the meeting Leinster Council has agreed to accommodate Galway's Intermediate Team in the 2015 Leinster Intermediate Hurling Championship. In the Championship draw which took place after the meeting Galway Intermediates were drawn to play Kilkenny in the Leinster Semi-Final and the winners of this game will play Wexford in the Leinster Final.Although Galway will not participate in the 2015 Leinster Minor and U21 Hurling Championships a definitive decision on Galway's participation in these Championship from 2016 will be made at the November meeting of the Leinster Council.One way or another Galway will have clarity on its position with respect to the County's Minor and U21 Hurling Teams…


Galway Football & Hurling Managers

Galway Football & Hurling Managers;

At it's monthly meeting on Monday 29th September the Galway County GAA Committee unanimously endorsed the following recommendations of the County Management Committee:Mr. Kevin Walsh is appointed as Galway Senior Football manager for three years with an annual review. Mr. Anthony Cunningham is reappointed as the Galway Senior Hurling manager for two years with an annual review


County Minor Football Champions
Mountbellew-Moylough panel and mentors celebrating their County Minor (A) Football Championship final victory over Salthill -Knocknacarra at Tuam Stadium
Corofin County Senior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Barry O'Donovan, Conor Langan, Eanna Langan, Conor Cunningham, Ian Burke, Michael Farragher, captain; Ronan Steede, Martin Farragher, Kevin Murphy, Alan Burke, Michael Comer, Micheál Lundy, Joe Canney, Aeneas Lawless, Dylan Wall. Back Row: (left to right) Shane Monaghan, Keith Murphy, Gary Delaney, Oisín Mannion, David Morris, Alan O'Donovan, Liam Silke, Daithí Burke, Kieran Fitzgerald, Thomas Healy, Gary Sice, Pádraig Hanly, Adrian Molloy, Jason Leonard, Greg Higgins, Cathal Silke, James Farragher and Ciarán McGrath.
Galway’s All-Ireland Three-in-a-Row of the 1960s were honoured at the County Football Finals
At back, from left: Cyril Dunne, Séamus Leydon, John Keenan, Liam Sammon, Jimmy Duggan, Seán Meade, Tommy Brennan, Mick Moore, Seán Cleary, Martin Newell, Pat McLoughlin (for his brother, Frank), Mick Garrett, Pat Coen (for Mick Coen), Frankie Kyne (selector), Noel Tierney, Tommy Keenan. In front, from left: Bosco McDermott, Brian Geraghty, Chri sty Tyrrell, Colie McDonagh, Shane Colleran (for the late Enda Colleran) , Alanna Power (for the late Mick Tarpey), Mrs Kathleen McDonagh (for the late Mattie McDonagh), Laura Mulrooney (for her father, Johnny Geraghty), Seán Brennan, Anthony Glynn (for Jimmy Glynn). Tom Cunningham, a selector in the Three-in-a-row era, was also in attendance on the day. PHOTO: RAY RYAN
Killimor County Minor B Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aaron Duane, Shane Scully, Brian Gohery, Killian O Hara, Shane Whelan, Sean O Grady (captain), Shane Madden, Sean Callagy, Kevin Hanney, Stephen Quinn, Seamus McEvoy (selector). Back Row: (left to right) Francis Larkin (selector), Donal Shiel, Ryan Gohery, Sean Costelloe, Emilio Burke, Cian Ryan, Conor Donnelly, Ronan Egan, Jason Broderick, Eoin McEvoy, Stephen Quinn, Cathal Porter and Eamon Hanney (selector).
Annaghdown County Minor B Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Pete Lynch, Enda Callanan, Stephen Burke, Mike Naughton, Michael Devaney captain, Darragh Fahy, Cathal Small, Adam Quirke, Aaron Hardiman, Tomás Griffin, Egan Naughton. Back Row: (left to right) Patrick McLoughlin, Nigel Kerr, Eoin Curry, Conor Maloney, Isaac Hand, Darren Groarke, Stephen Potter, Patrick Flaherty, D. J. Whelan, Ryan Forde, Pierce Glynn, John Curry.
Craughwell County Under15 B Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Morgan Flynn, Diarmuid McCartin, Dean Callinan, Jack Lally, Paul Greaney,(Capt)  Fiachra Morrissey, Alan Callinan, Dean Clarke, Calum Kenny. Back Row: (left to right) Stephen Forde, Adam Lawlor Smalle, Dylan Hamill, Kyle Heverin, Brian Hynes, Cormac Dooley, Adam Clarke, Cillian Dolan, Ronnie Galvin, Dylan Finn, Oisin O Brien, Adrian Prendergast and Oisin Keating.
Kilkerrin-Clonberne County Ladies Senior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Louise Ward, Nicola Ward, Ailbhe Mahoney, Karen Finnegan, Anne Marie Boyle, Aoife Heverin, Lisa Walsh, Olivia Divilly, Emma Flanagan, Annette Clarke (captain), Anne Marie Finnerty. Back Row: (left to right) Lisa Gannon, Deirdre Bracken, Sarah Ward, Sarah Gormally, Caoimhe Boyle, Claire Dunleavy, Siobhán Divilly, Lisa Murphy, Marie Treacy, Ciara Heverin, Katie Fleming, Aoife McStay and Aisling Walsh.
Killannin County Intermediate Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) David O Connor, Robert Ryan, Niall Walsh, Peter O' Halloran, Marvin Lee (captain), Johnny Heaney, Stephen Kavanagh, Ruairi Greene, Enda Kelly, Cathal Walsh, Ardal O' Neill, Callum Chiaponi, Ronan Caldwell, Kieran Caldwell, Robert Lee. Back Row: (left to right) Pat Quealey (manager), Dave Melia (selector), Shane Sheridan, Niall Acton, Ferdia O Halloran, Patrick Sweeney, Edwin Murray, Cathal Sweeney, James Walsh, Eamon McDonagh, Iano Thornton, PJ Gorham, Mark Kinnevey, David Walsh, Chris Ryan, Johnny Kelly (selector) Christy Lydon (chairman) and Kevin Walsh
Oileain Árainn County Junior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aonghus O hIarnáín, Mairtin Seoighe (Stiofan), Mairtin O Goill, Patrick O Domhnaill, Conal O hIarnáin, Ciaran O Domhnaill, Padraig Éinne O hIarnáin, Kealan Seoighe, Mairtin Seoighe (Celine) Cillian Seoighe, Cian O hIarnain, Stiofan O hIarnáin, Joe Seoighe. Back Row: (left to right) Mairtin Seoighe (Maggie) Michael O Flatherta, Eoin de Blacum, Tyler O Flatherta, Ronan O Flatherta, Adrain O Coinceannan, Adam O Cléirigh, Caomhan Seoighe, Diarmad O hAllmháin, Daracn O Breannán, Cillian O Conghaille, Eoin Poil agus Colm O Breannán.
Claregalway County Under 16 Division 1A Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Michael O'Dwyer, Matthew Kilgannon, Sean Kilmartin, Keelan Granger, Aaron Molloy, Barry Goldrick, Jack Hansberry, Eoghan Gallagher, Brion Connolly, Conor Campbell, Padraig Commons, Sean Lyons, Cillian Green. Back Row: (left to right) Luke Roche, Mark Hughes, Oisín Connolly, Thomas Coyle, Mark King, Andrew Carr, Shane Moylan, Tommy Molloy, Aaron Moran, Barry Callanan, Colm Trill and Colm Kelly.
Turloughmore County Minor A Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Mark Fahy, Daniel Loftus, Conor Shaughnessy, Daniel Burke, Keith Herwood, Barry Callanan, Matthew Hession, mascot, Sean Linnane, Brian Callanan, Karl Conneely, Eoin Whelan, Cathal Whelan and Ronan Duffy. Back Row: (left to right) Conor Phillips, Stephen Doyle, Gearoid Linnane, Michael Naughton, James Murphy, Cillian Hurney, Shane Moores, Jamie Holland, Sean Loftus, Richard Doyle, Dara Joyce, Shane Dunleavy, Cian Mullen, Padraig Kearney and Ultan Hurney.
Clarinbridge County Under 16 A Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Mark Kennedy, Liam Moran,  T.J..Brennan, Andrew Monaghan, Evan Niland, Patrick Foley, Sam McArdle, Shane Ryan, Jack Tuohy,Sean Tynan, Shane Donoghue.  Back Row: (left to right) Conor Lee, Ross Hynes, Aaron Martin, Hugh Lane, William Corcoran, Cian Salmon, Paul Donoghue, Ronan Walsh (Capt,) Ian O Brien, Philip Brennan, Conor Fox, and Luke Butler.
Sarsfields County Under 16 A Camogie Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Alana Duhan,  Maura Melody, Cliona Cahalan, Deirdre Larkin, Yvonne Lyons, Erica Leslie, Karina Cannon, Hannah Curley, Siobhan McGrath, Rachel Murray, Stephanie Spain. Back Row: (left to right) Ciara Keane, Aishling Kenny, Aoibheann Duhan, Katie Monahan, Sarah Glynn, Sarah Gallagher, Sarah Spellman, Eimear Larkin (captain), Klara Donohue, Rachel Murphy, Grainne Ryan, Sinead Cannon, Stephanie Cannon and Denise Gormally.
Clonbur County Intermediate Ladies Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aoife Kerrigan, Leah Doyle, Karen Keane, Clíona Joyce, Deirdre Joyce, Ashling Egan, Aoife Joyce, Lorna Joyce, Emer Wallace, Michaela Kearney and Blaithín Coyne. Back Row: (left to right) Ashling Doherty, Trish Moran, Paula Fitzgerald, Maireád Joyce, Aoibhinn Joyce, Rita Kearney, Anne Marie Kerrigan, Maireád Coyne, Máire Casey, Sinéad Egan, Caitríona Egan and Jackie Moran.
Mountbellew/Moylough County Minor Football Champions

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