Mount Sion GAA Club Notes
Junior FootballThe Junior Footballers got off to a winning start on Saturday last when they beat Butlerstown at home by a scoreline of 3-08 to 0-08, helped by a clinical performance in front of goal by Sean Ryan who scored 2-02 from play this team of experienced warriors and young guns played some scintillating football at times and should be a force to reckon with if they can keep up the committment and play to the same high standards as they did this week.
Minor FootballIt was a good week also for our Minor footballers who are going very well as they went to city neighbours and football specialists St. Saviours and proved the old adage that goals win matches by comprehensively beating the hosts on a scoreline of 7-05 to 2-06, the boys now take on St Oliver’s on Wednesday night in the club and a good support on the night would be very encouraging to all involved.
Under 11 City LeagueGreat excitement in Gracedieu on Thursday last as our Under 11’s narrowly beat De La Salle on a scoreline of 3-04 to 2-05, this young team have been progressing very well recently and are a credit to their coaches and families.
New ArrivalCongratulations to Dawn and Ken McGrath on the recent arrival of their new son Flynn, best wishes from everyone in Mount Sion.
FixturesMonday April 23rd
– Under 7 Blitz in WIT Arena Carriganore at 6:30pm
Wednesday April 25th
– Under 12 C City League v St. Saviours in Ballybeg at 6:30pm
– Under 16 Football Championship v St. Oliver’s in Mount Sion at 6:30pm
– Under 10 Whites v St. Mollerans in Carrickbeg at 6:45pm
Thursday April 26th
– Under 8 and Under 12 Camogie Challenge Games v Butlerstown in Mount Sion at 7pm
Friday April 27th
– Under 12 A City League v Na Gael in Mount Sion at 6:30pm
– Junior A Hurling Challenge v St. Mollerans in Carrickbeg at 7:30pm
Saturday April 28th
– Under 8 Blitz in WIT Arena Carriganore at 11am
– Under 10 Blue v Ballygunner in Ballygunner at 11:30am
– Senior Hurling League v Passage in Passage at 7pm.