The adult teams travelled to Muff on Saturday evening. The reserves recorded a good win with the younger players very impressive. The seniors lost on a score of 2.8 to 1.6. This Saturday they play hosts to Na Rossa with throw in at 5.45 and 7pm.
The U14s recorded another good win in the league. They host Fanad Gaels at home next Monday evening at 7pm
All underage training will commence at Pairc na Gaeil from Sunday 7th April.
Gaelic4Girls continues at 6pm in Letterkenny Gaels Páirc na Gaeil. Open to girls aged 9-13 years who are not registered with a Ladies Gaelic Football team. It introduces girls to football in a fun environment. Participants get a G4G t-shirt and certificate on completion. Cost for programme is €8. For more information, contact Oisin Cannon on 0867325955
U10 hurlers travelled to Carndonagh for their monthly blitz and enjoyed some competitive games with great support from parents and coaches. Thanks to Carn for a well organized blitz.
U14 hurlers won their third match in a row with victory over St Eunans at Pairc na Gaeil 6.5 to 3.2. The boys gave an outstanding team display with every player doing their best and showing skill, physicality and determination on the pitch.
Camogie began with U14 girls welcoming Burt. All players gave of their best against a very strong and experienced team and showed great spirit to the final whistle.
U16 gaelic girls enjoyed a competitive match with Fanad Gaels as the visitors. The defense was outstanding limiting Fanad particularly in the second half.
Steelstown U12 girls came to Pairc na Gaeil for a friendly and all girls enjoyed two matches and a good run out before the season begins.
Lotto Nos for last weekend were 5,6,19 & 23. Match 3 winner was Shay Henry and Ann Kirwan, Friends of the Gaels
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