Cemetery Sunday: The annual Mass in memory of our loved ones passed away will take place Cloonmorris cemetery on Sunday August 4th at 1pm.
New Baby: We send our congratulations Morgan and Claire Shanley on the birth of their second baby a girl to be named Sadie Rose sister to Caleb born at Sligo General Hospital July 23rd last. We wish you health and happiness for the future.
Sympathy: We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Bernadette Faughnan, Finnealoughta who died on Monday July 22nd last at her home. Bernadette was laid to rest in Annaduff Cemetery on Wednesday last. May she Rest in Peace.
Lucozade bottle caps: Collect Lucozade Sport/Lucozade sport and Sport Lite bottle caps to get sports equipment and gear for Bornacoola GAA Club. The more caps we collect the more gear we can get! So start collect the bottle caps and bring them to any committee member or to the club rooms at the pitch in Dromod. The Crusade continues until October 31st.
Bornacoola gaa: On Saturday evening last in the second round of the senior championship St Mary’s Carrick on Shannon had a comprehensive defeat to an out of sorts Bornacoola. The Carrick team led by 0-10 to 0-1 at half time, having completely dominated the opening period, and while Bornacoola improved in the second half, two late goals for St Marys put the finishing touches to a 2-16 to 0-5 defeat for Bornacoola. The team on duty was Gerry Gearty, Jason Conroy, Morgan Shanley, David Mulligan, Niall O Connor, John Mc Guinness, Kevin Shanley, David O Connor, Gary McCloskey, Anthony Mulligan (0-1), Trevor Howard (0-1), Ollie Vaughan, Brian Conroy, Damian Moran and Mark McCloskey (0-1). Subs Declan Shanley, Sean McKeon (0-2), Aidan Reilly, Philip Howard. It’s been a busy week for the U12 team as they travelled to Kilbride in Co Roscommon for a challenge on Monday evening. This was followed on Saturday last by our participation in the Francis Lynch tournament, in which the team played 3 games in Annaduff last Saturday. A big thank you to Annaduff for the invite and well done to them on running an excellent tournament. The Bornacoola panel included Enda McGoldrick, Shane Mallon, Jake Shields, Connor Fanning, Sean O’Riordan, Sean McGoldrick, Aaron Hackett, Jack Gannon, James Doyle ,Riona Cosgrove, Ellen Woods. Bornacoola’s under 14 team put in one of their best performances of the year in a 5-07 to 2-06 victory over Gortletteragh in Dromod last Friday evening with the three goals from Luke Jones and two from Shane Mallon. The team in action was Christy Sullivan, Marc McKeon, Cian Mallon, Oran McGuinness, Luke Jones (Capt), Jordan Cramp, Shane Mallon, Sean O Riordan, Sean Conboy. Subs: Aaron Hackett, Sean McGoldrick and Enda McGoldrick.
Bornacoola gaa Club Draw: The Bornacoola gaa Club Draw for July will take place on Sunday night next (Bank holiday) in The Copper Still. Usual prizes with music on the night by the wonderful Ronnie Duignan. Your support would be greatly appreciated
Sympathy: We would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of the late Patrick Bardon, Mohill who died suddenly on Sunday July 21st last at his home. Patrick was laid to rest on Thursday last in Mohill cemetery. May he Rest in Peace.
Annaduff gaa: Annaduff were beaten 0-10 to 0-9 by Drumreilly in Ballinamore on Saturday evening. Drumreilly opened up an early lead with two Nigel Maguire points. It was twenty minutes before Annaduff’s first point from Cathal Cox. Ray Cox soon brought the teams level. Maguire replied with two points. Conor Reynolds got the last point of the first half to leave Drumreilly leading 0-4 to 0-3 at the break. Annaduff started the second half brightly with points from Cathal Cox and two from Ray Cox. Ciaran Mitchell replied with a point for Drumreilly. Ray Cox got two points to give Annaduff a three point lead with fourteen minutes remaining. Drumreilly got the next two points. In the 52nd minute Kenny Cox pointed a free to give Annaduff a two point lead. This was Annaduff’s last score with Drumreilly getting three points in the remaining time , one from James Holohan and two from Nigel Maguire. This was a reasonable performance and it is all to play for against Allen Gaels. In the Junior A championship Annaduff were beaten 2-11 to 1-7 by Melvin Gaels in Kiltubrid on Sunday last. Despite having lots of possession we were behind at half time by 2-5 to 0-3. Our three first half points came from Ronan McCormack with two and a Cathal Cox point. Annaduff staged a mini revival early in the second half with point from Michael Rowley and a goal and a point from Francis McNabola. This left the score 2-6 to 1-5 after 38 minutes. Melvin Gaels took over for the rest of the match and ran out easy winners.