Glenville GAA News

29 June, 2010

Glenville GAA notes


Championship action takes centre stage again this weekend for the Premier Intermediate footballers when we have a very tough assignment against Duhallow side Newmarket. Since our defeat to Bantry Blues a few weeks ago we haven’t had any time to prepare for this fixture although a great win after extra time on Sunday night in the hurling championship against Castlelyons will be a big boost to morale. Newmarket suffered a narrow defeat to Clyda Rovers last time out while our side will be depleted this time out with a numbers of players unavailable from the last night so makes the task even more difficult. Last time we met Newmarket two years ago we suffered an agonising one point defeat in the quarter final so hoping we can reverse the story on Friday night. Throw in is 7.30 with Mourne Abbey the venue. Again strong support would be appreciated.

The U14 side had two games over the past week with a defeat to Fermoy and a win over Gleann na Laoi.

The U16 team have a county league game on this Wednesday against Dohenys at home at 7 45pm while the following Wednesday play Clonakilty also in Glenville. The minor side return to action after the summer break with a game against Donoughmore on Monday night.