This Friday both the reserve and senior footballers welcome Fanad Gaels to Páirc na nGael. Throw in times are 5.30pm (reserve) and 7pm. All support welcome. See Facebook for more details.
We will be holding an Underage Party in the Arena 7 this Friday (Good Friday) from 5-7pm. Children will have access to the whole Arena 7 complex which will include Laser Quest, Wayne's World and Bowling.
Well done to Diarmuid O' Cathail and Ross Marley who played for the Donegal U-17's at the weekend. Congrats also to the Oisin Cannon and the Donegal U-21's on their Ulster Final victory on Monday night. Good luck in the All Ireland semifinal against Dublin.
The U-16 footballers had three points to spare when they played Robert Emmets at the Glebe on Friday evening. This week they are away to Glenfin.
Club members are reminded of the Home Insurance offer we are promoting in association with AIB Bank Letterkenny where members can nominate Letterkenny Gaels as their chosen club when taking out Home Insurance with them. See Club Facebook for more details.
Congratulations to Niamh Sweeney who is on her way to Croke Park to play Camogie and will be representing Woodland NS, Donegal & Letterkenny Gaels. Niamh was selected following Cumann na Bunscoil Donegal trials. Outdoor Camogie Training for U-8, U-10 & U-12 resumes this Friday evening at the pitch from 6-7pm. U-12, U-14 & U-16 training continues at the pitch every Monday evening from 6-7.30pm. New players always welcome.
Congratulations to the U-14 hurlers who made the long trip to Carndonagh and came home with a great victory. Next up they play St. Eunan's.
In the U-12 Football League Cloughaneely were the visitors to Páirc na nGael on Wednesday evening as our under 12 boys had their first league outing of the season. There was plenty of skill on display in 2 competitive games. The 2006 boys were up first and there were strong performances by Mark Patterson in goal, Jake Grimes and Andrew Nicols in defence, with Dáithí McDaid and Jack Keys showing well in Midfield. DJ McCauly was a real handful up front and took his scores well. The 2005 boys came up against a strong outfit, however they battled hard to the end with good performances from Neil O'Baoil, Ben Winters, with Mark Margay and Joseph Patton hitting 3 pointers. Next up is a trip to neighbours Glenswilly.
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