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Na GaeilNA GAEIL SENIOR: Na Gaeil faced Ballymac away in the third round of the County League. Despite the poor weather conditions both sides produced and exciting game of football, with Na Gaeil starting the game the brighter with some fabulous scores from both corner forwards Diarmaid Herlihy and Dara Carmody.

The home side settled and their own purple patch mid-way through the first half  building up a cushion of a two point lead going into the break, A score line that could have been worse had it not been for a fine save from Keeper Tim Culloty who saved a Ballymac penalty.

Ballymac 00-08 Na Gaeil 00-06.Na Gaeil again started the second half strongly with a succession of quick scores from Dara Carmody soon had the game level.  Both side traded scores with Ian McCarthy and Mike Collins scoring for the visitors. Diarmaid Herlihy goaled for Na Gaeil mid-way through the second half giving the visitors a five point lead. Ballymac responded immediately with two quick scores.

With time running out and despite some stout Na Gaeil defending Ballymac scored the last three points of the game, the last of which a twenty yard free would be the last kick off the game for to deny Na Gaeil of all the points. Ballymac 00-15: Na Gaeil 01-12

Tim Culloty, Shane Fitzgerald, Kieran Dineen, Paul Daly, Dara Sheehy, Dave Culloty, Emmett Curran, Jack Barry, Dan O’Connor(01), Ian McCarthy(01), Mike Collins(01), Kieran O’Donovan, Dara Carmody (06), Mike Griffin, Diarmaid Herlihy(01-04), Dylan Seymour, Ross Culloty, Eoin Sheehy, Rob Murphy

NA GAEIL U14: Na Gaeil are playing Churchill in the St Brendan’s league final next Thursday (May 14th) at 7.30pm in Blennerville. The teams have already met twice this season with one victory for each team so we are expecting a tight game on Thursday.

NA GAEIL U12: Training continues Thursday evening 7pm. Round 5 County League Na Gaeil versus Dr Crokes, Sunday 17th May in Killeen 6pm.

NA GAEIL U 14: We are coming to the closing stages of the County League’campaign and if we win our last game we should make a semi-final spot. That last game is away to Castlegregory the w/e 17th May – details to follow.

Training continues on Wed. 6.30 to 7.30.  The girls have been making great progress of late and are developing into a solid team.Many thanks to Eddie who makes sure the training is never boring with new drills every week.

NA GAEIL GIRLS  U12:This was a game which gave us a chance to try some of our younger players in new positions. Na gaeil started slowly with the castle forwards but Ciara and Eimer worked very hard to keep us in touch.

Siún made herself available for every ball and Aoife kept her forward scoreless. Síle and Megan had their best games of the season. Cara and Kealinn played with tenacity and can be very proud of their performances.
At half time with the opposition 8 points up, manager Philip emptied the bench. Sarah Barrett kept the best castle forward scoreless in the second half and Freya dominated their midfield.

With defence secured our full forward line cut loose and Siena Lucey who is still under 10 s scored an incredible four second half goals when she came on. Kayleigh showed she can operate from midfield if required and Emma scored two more to take her tally this season to 9 goals.
Ailbhe made a few dynamic runs when she was introduced cumulative in a fine point from play.
Overall a great team performance which leaves us top of the preliminary round table and heading into the final on Tuesday with optimism.Na Gaeil 7-5 castlegregory 4-6
CONGRATULATIONS :To all our boys and girls, Who are receiving their First Holy Communion during the moth of May.Enjoy your special day.

NA GAEIL U80:Training with Eddie for men who should know better continues on Friday nights at 8pm. This is a great way to keep fit with light training and ball games for those who are too old to play for Kerry or indeed any GAA team!

VOLUNTEER:Any club member who wishes to volunteer can do so by giving their details to any club officer.

BINGO:Na Gaeil bingo is run every Monday night at the clubhouse in Killeen at 8.30pm. This is a vital fundraiser and 100% of the funds are reinvested back into the club. Na Gaeil bingo has grown from strength to strength and continues to grow. Thanks to all the parents who often their time to help run the bingo

LOTTO:The draw for the jackpot of €10,100 took place on Tuesday evening last. Numbers drawn were 3,9,1226. There was no winner.  €50 winners wereNoelle Kingston, Cois  coille Jean McCann, Derrylea   Joe Clifford, Derrylea €25 Winners were  Adrian O’Connor, Derrylea K itty Brennan, Ballyheigue Des Fitzgerald, Ard na Li.  Next week’s lotto is worth €10,200 all welcome for draw in club, each Tuesday at 10.30pm.

CARDS: Every Wednesday night in clubhouse. This is a very sociable occasion where you meet your friends for a great night’s entertainment and relaxation.

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