Glenville GAA Club News

28 January, 2013

With the weather making like difficult for any kind of outdoor pursuit Glenville still managed to get two games played over the weekend. On Thursday night the Premier Intermediate began the 2013 season with a game against CIT. On a miserable night Glenville played very well and worked very hard. For our first run out the management were very pleased with the attitude and performance. With the commensment of the league just a few weeks away it was a good game to ease back into. Glenville won out 2-9 to 1-9 and will be hoping that some early season injury victims will soon be back on the field of play. The Minor team played their first game of the season on Sunday with a home game against Douglas. This was a very encouraging committed performance with all 18 players getting a run out. Douglas were a strong side but in fairness our team did very well in trying condititions. Douglas ran out winners 4-9 to 3-10.

Next weekend is a very busy one for the club with a number of fixtures down for decision. On Wednesday night the U16s play Mallow in Fouhy Park at 7.45pm.

On Friday the U21 team play Clondrohid in the Quarter Final of the U21 Cup in Fouhy Park at 7.45pm. The U14 Football league begins with Glenville at home to Killeagh/Itas on Saturday. On Sunday the Junior Footballers have a game while on Monday night the Minor team play Nemo Rangers in the league in Fouhy Park at 7.30pm.


Lotto still remain in tack


No winner of last weeks lotto with the jackpot rolling over to €8500. Numbers drawn were 1, 13, 31. Prize winners were Mgt Lynch, Barry Kennedy, John Lenihan and Jim and Greta o Driscoll.


Scor team in pursuit of glory in Lisgoold

On Sunday next Feb 3rd in Lisgoold community hall 5 of our most talented artists will be going for the juglar when they take part in the Scor Sionsir Finals. Best wishes to Jimmy Healy Enda Maloney, Tadhg Fitzgerald Micky Foley and Dinny Martin.