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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 15th April

posted 16 Apr 2012, 09:34 by Derek Bowen   [ updated 19 Apr 2012, 09:20 ]
See reports for the following matchs below:
- U12s League Caulry v Rosemount (04/04)

Fixtures (Full details below):
- County Intermediate Championship Caulry v Ballynacargy 22nd April
@ 2.30pm in Pairc Ui Ciarain .
- U12 League v Athlone Wednesday 18th April @ 6.45pm in Caulry

Notices Summary (Full details below):
- St Ciaran's Co. Minor Medal Presentation

U12s League Caulry v Rosemount (4th April)
Caulry Under 12 footballers opened their league programme with a trip to Rosemount on Wednesday 4th April. Caulry hit the ground running and built up a good lead, and were able to stay ahead despite the gallant efforts of the black and ambers.
Panel versus Rosemount: Jack Sheehan, Eoin Shortall, Charlie Malone, Luke Hamilton, Darcy Lawless, Eugene Costello, Adam Donoghue, Ciaran Geoghegan, Dylan Lowry, Shane Cleary, Sean Fox, Colin Murphy, Jack Malone, Rian Rasmussen, Shane Hynes, Daniel Buckley, Keith Buckley, Zac Nolan, Glen Carolan, Thomas Dunning


Intermediate Championship
All roads lead to Pairc Ui Ciarain on Sunday next when Caulry kick-off their County Intermediate Championship quest by taking on Ballynacargy in the first round of the Group Stage with a 2.30 throw-in. 
This is part of a double-header as fellow Group contenders Tang and Tubberclair meet at 1pm. Garrycastle and Milltownpass make up the rest of the teams in this Group. 
A large local support for the team is expected on the day.


Minor Medal Presentation
The sucessful St Ciaran's Co. Minor Premier winning squad were presented with their medals by former Garrycastle Manager and current Galway Hurling Supremo, Anthony Cunningham at a function held last
Sunday evening in the Bounty, Athlone. 
St Ciaran's, a combination side representing Caulry, Garrycastle and Castledaly  involved Caulry players David Brookes, Jack O'Meara, Michael Mc Mahon, Jack O'Kelly-Lynch, Andy O'Sullivan, Stephen Woods, James Pettit, Ryan Browne, Evan Roarke, Darren O'Connor and  Gavin Shortall in the Team Squad and Tommy Woods was a Team Mentor. 
Congratulations to all concerned.

Leinster Minor Football
Caulry were represented on the Westmeath Minor panel by Michael Mc Mahon (Capt) and Andrew O'Sullivan last Saturday in Dundalk when Westmeath went under to Louth in the first round of the Leinster Minor Football Championship. 
Westmeath now play the winners of Carlow/Wexford in the Qualifier section.

Sympathies
Caulry wish to extend its deepest sympathies to the Byrne family Moate following their recent bereavement.




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