Eastern Harps (@1.36) vs St Molaise Gaels (@3.5)

Our Prediction:

Eastern Harps will win

Eastern Harps – St Molaise Gaels Match Prediction | 21-09-2019 13:00

But they came through in style to win of a final scoreline of DRP 7-6 Eoghan Rua 5-6. The prize is a county final meeting against CT Gaels, which will be a repeat of the league final meeting earlier this year. DRP UNDER 14s TURN ON THE STYLE TO REACH SLIGO LGFA COUNTY FINAL The DRP girls under 14 footballers reached the county 'A' championship final for 2019 after a thrilling semi-final victory away to Eoghan Rua on Monday evening. The team had to dig deep, particularly in the second-half as they played into a strong Quigabar wind. Take a bow all the players and the management team led by Tom O'Boyle. The final is scheduled for Saturday, Sept 21st.

John's. The reigning champions, Coolera/Strandhill, who were surprisingly eliminated at the group stage, after losing a playoff tie to neighbours St. Geevagh won the 2006 Sligo Intermediate Football Championship with a victory over St Patrick's and therefore will take part in the 2007 Championship. This is a round-up of the 2006 Sligo Senior Football Championship. Curry won the 2006 title, claiming their 6th title in all, by beating Bunninadden in the final.

The other playoff produced a major upset as holders Coolera/Strandhill crashed out, beaten by neighbours St. In Group A St. Coolera had led by six points at one stage in the second half but St. Two groups required playoffs to decide the remaining Quarter-Final places. John's in the Group C playoff. Mary's, inspired by Mark Breheny, defeated Drumcliffe/Rosses Point to qualify to face Easkey in the last eight. John's scored two late goals, and booked a meeting with Curry in the Quarter-Finals.

Owenmore Gaels

Apologies to all who have been waiting for news on the leaderboard in our Sports Prediction quiz. We will promise the update promptly at end of each month from now to the end of the competition. Our senior teams fantastic run to the semi final of the county championship has distracted from the day to day job so thank you to everyone for their patience so far.

Tickets at 10 for Adults and 5 for Children are available on the Door. Support for these Fundraising Events would as always be greatly appreciated. We are planning to develop a new training area in 2014 and to keep moving the Club forward. We have almost 50 coaches who freely give their time and skills working with groups from ages 4 upwards, boys and girls to senior. Unfortunately this all takes a lot of money and we would ask everyone for their continued support. It costs 50,000 per annum to run the Club affiliation fees, insurances, levys by County Board, buses, maintenance, paying loans on the Club Building. On Saturday night at 8.30pm in the Great Northern Hotel Bundoran our Alternative Ms Benbulben Pagent takes place.

The Harps full forward gave his team a two points lead again pointing from play after Dylan Walsh had earlier converted a 13m free. Harps had the opening score;a point from Michael Kielty-Mc Manemy but St.Molaise Gaels drew level with a pointed 13m free from James Heraghty. St Molaise Gaels got back on level terms after 16 minutes when the influential Jack Davitt pointed twice from play. Meanwhile at the other end only a great save from Harps 'keeper Jamie McCoy from a James Heraghty effort, prevented the first goal of the game.

From developing players to making friends for life, being part of a family, having a place to call home, our club is the focal point of the North Sligo community. Naomh Molaise Gaels continues to highlight the importance of the GAA to the community and have commenced work to further develop the club facilities to benefit everyone in the community.


Molaise Gaels were the two sides that made the drop. Due to the restructuring of the Senior Championship, in order to recude the number of teams to 12 by 2009, two teams were to be relegated from the 2006 Championship, with one being promoted from the Intermediate ranks. Coolaney/Mullinabreena and St. The loser of each game progresses to the next round, the losers of the relegation finals will play in the Sligo Intermediate Football Championship in 2007.

Students who hold other GAA-related or a college scholarship/bursary will not be eligible to apply. Connacht GAA welcomes applications from those students in our province, (Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon & Sligo), regardless whether their attendance is at a college inside or outside of Connacht. Connacht GAA, in support of the National Student Bursary Scheme, will award bursaries of 750 to students attending Higher Education colleges as part of its ongoing commitment to Player Welfare. The scheme, which is now in its seventh year, will be open to members of the Association who are attending a full-time Higher Education course and who are active participants in their Higher Education club. Further information and application forms for this years scheme are currently available to download from the Information section of www.connachtgaa.ie. Each bursary granted will be for 750 and payment will be made annually in two instalments of 375.

**NOTICE** No training in town this week for U6s to U10s as a few groups have matches away and as part of the Spanish Armada festival kids are assembling at 1pm at Streedagh to assist in construction of 3 galleon sand sculptures to be completed by the time of the commemorative service at beach which is due to start at 3pm with parade to follow.