Brackaville GFC notes4, April 2011 | By: Catherine Wylie | Comments Off on Brackaville GFC notes
Events and notices from Brackaville GFC.
In the weekly lotto fundraising draw no one matched all four numbers and winning the Jackpot. But one lucky member matched 3 numbers and won him self £50 Well Done Sean Brown The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 8 and 12. Next weeks lotto will be £750. Anyone wishing to avail of the Annual or six monthly Lotto scheme can contact Johnny Gillen or any Committee member to get the Lotto plan set up.
Training for the Senior Panel will continue on Tuesday and Thursday night and all players will be informed of time and venue. Training for the U-6 and U-8 team will now be at Brackaville Pitch on Monday from 6pm to 7pm. And training for the U-10 team will also be at Brackaville Pitch from 6pm – 7pm, while training for the U12 team will also be moved to Brackaville Pitch from 7pm to 8pm. Parents please wrap your loved ones up with an extra layer of clothing as even though the bright evenings are here the warmer temputeres are not so something with long sleeves is required. Training for the U14 team will be on Tuesday night at 6.30 at the field. Anyone who wishes to receive the Breac an Bhile notes via e-mail or have anything that they want to include in the notes can do so by emailing me email@example.com .
Goals win games and this was certainly the order of play on Saturday when our U14’s hosted Omagh ‘B’ in a preliminary championship fixture and thankfully it was the home side that scored the greater number of major’s and won on a score line of 10:2 to 3:16. The Roes playing with a strong 1st half breeze took just 30 seconds to register the 1st 3 pointer through Jamie Devlin. Captain Sean Day made his return from injury with 3 goals in the opening half and with a James O’Hagan point followed by another well taken goal via Cormac Mackle, the Roes lead 5:1 to 1:5 at half time. Knowing that defending this lead was never going to get the lads across the line; they proceeded to find the Omagh net in the second half with Jamie devlin 2.0, Conor Stock 1.0 and James O’Hagan 1.1. As the score line suggests this was a very good Omagh team who kept picking off points but the presence and work rate of Brian Casey at full back gave the visitors very little option but to take the minimum score on several occasions. D. Talbot: P. Gervin: B. Casey: J. O’Hagan (1:2): S. Anderson: S. Day (3:0): J. Devlin (3:0): C. Stock (1:0): C. Mackle (2:0); P. Loughran; E. Loughran; S. Coney; C. O’Donnell: O. Linden; A. Ruddy: Next game is an away fixture this Saturday against Eskra: Times and details provided at training Tuesday 6.30pm.