Clann U-14 Girls continue winning run
Clann na nGael’s U-14 girls travelled to Elphin on Wednesday 17th May, to play Elphin/Kilmore in their latest League game.
The home team, an amalgamation of two strong clubs, provided good opposition on the night, but in the end were overcome by a more agile and organised Clann team.
The Clann girls took their scores very well, particularly in the first half, at the end of which the Clann girls led by 4-4 to 1-0.

While Clann were a little wasteful with possession early in the second half, the girls still went on to score a further 2-4, with Elphin tagging on another goal before the game ended, on a scoreline of 6-8 to 2-0.
As always, this was yet another great team effort by all involved. The girls play Eire Óg for their next League game on Wednesday 24th May.

Panel: Amanda Ryan, Amy O’Brien, Anna Golden, Aoife McGoldrick, Ava Brady, Caireann McGoldrick (3-1), Caoilin McClean (1-0), Caoimhe Kelly (1-0), Casey O’Neill, Danielle Gately, Eimear Naughton, Éimhín Feeney (0-1), Eva Bea Mulligan, Giollaiosa Jamil, Grace Hannon (0-5), Isabelle Quinn, Lucia Reynolds (1-1), Mia Macken, Niamh Jordan, Niamh McTeague, Orla Kildea, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Shine, Tara O’Neill, Vivienne Harney-Nolan.

 

Girls U12 Championship
Our girls travelled to Boyle last Monday evening and made it two wins from two against a weakened home side. With the help of elements Clann built up a first half lead with good scores from Shauna McEvilly, Hope Glynn and Keira Timlin. In the second half Clann continued to dominate with fine performances from Chloe Shanahan, Caoimhe Dolan and Shauna Kenny. Well done to all the girls who travelled and performed strongly on what was a difficult evening in football.

G4M&O’s
Our Gaelic 4 Mother’s & Other’s team were deeply saddened to hear the news of our team member Rosie’s daughter, Lisa Dolan. Lisa, who fought a long brave battle, was a strong supporter of the club and often stood on the sideline to cheer on Rosie and the rest of the Mother’s and Other’s team. Our deepest sympathy goes to Rosie, Sean, her sister Laura, her boyfriend Oisin and extended family.

Girls U.12 Championship
Our girls travelled to Boyle last Monday evening and made it two wins from two against a weakened home side. With the help of the elements Clann built up a first half lead with good scores from Shauna McEvilly, Hope Glynn and Keira Timlin. In the second half Clann continued to dominate with fine performances from Chloe Shanahan, Caoimhe Dolan and Shauna Kenny. Well done to all the girls who travelled and performed strongly on what was a difficult evening for football.

Girls U.12 Championship
Our girls travelled to Boyle last Monday evening and made it two wins from two against a weakened home side. With the help of the elements Clann built up a first half lead with good scores from Shauna McEvilly, Hope Glynn and Keira Timlin. In the second half Clann continued to dominate with fine performances from Chloe Shanahan, Caoimhe Dolan and Shauna Kenny. Well done to all the girls who travelled and performed strongly on what was a difficult evening for football.