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Senior Ladies

Our senior ladies recorded another impressive league win on Saturday, defeating Dromahill 3 - 16 to 0 - 3.

Dromahill opened the scoring before a Blaithin Mackin point got the Shane’s off the mark. A quick fire goal and a point from Aoibheann Jones put the Shane’s ahead with Dromahill replying with their second point of the game. This proved to be their final score of the half as the home team went on to completely dominate proceedings, scoring a further 1 - 8 without reply and lead by fourteen at the break, the scores coming from Aoibheann Jones (1 - 3), Blaithin Mackin (0 - 3) and Aimee Mackin (0 - 2).

Dromahill made a brighter start to the second-half and only brilliant save from Brianna Mathers low down to her right prevented them from netting an early goal. The away side did knock over the next point but it was their one and only score of the second period as the Shane’s went on to play the much better football. Further scores from Aimee Mackin (2 - 2), Aoibheann Jones (1 - 3) and Blaithin Mackin (0 - 1) sealed the win for the Camlough side on a score-line of 5 - 16 to 0 - 3 and further two league points.

This was a great all round performance for the Shane’s girls, not only in the scoring stakes but their defensive unit were excellent, restricting their opponents to just three scores over the course of the game.

This result will undoubtedly give the girls great confidence ahead of their championship semi-final against Armagh Harps next Saturday evening at 6.30pm in Middletown. 

Senior Men

Our senior men had no game at the weekend but are scheduled to travel to play Sarsfields next Saturday evening in the league at 5.00pm.

U17 Boys

Our U17 boys amalgamation of Patrick Rankins recorded a brilliant 6 - 15 to 1 - 3 over Ballyhegan in the championship last Monday. They return to championship action this Monday night away to Tullysaran at 6.45pm.

U16.5 Girls

Our U16.5 girls were in great form last Monday night when they recorded a comprehensive win over Correnshigo. They are back in action on Monday night in the championship semi-final against Middletown in Mullabrack at 6.45pm.

U14.5 Girls

Our U14.5 girls were in championship action on Thursday night and put in a great performance to defeat Wolfe Tones on a score-line of 10 - 7 to 5 - 7 in Derrymacash. By all accounts it was a great football with both sides playing some great football but it was the Shane’s who ran out deserving winners.

U13 Boys

Our U13 boys were in action on Saturday away to Culloville. The game itself was played in very wet conditions and both sets of players put in a great display but unfortunately for the young Shane’s it was Culloville who ran out winners.

U12.5 Girls

Our U12.5 girls were in excellent form on Wednesday night against Forkhill and they ran out fully deserved winners.

U11’s

Training for our U11’s takes place on Thursday evening from 7.00pm - 8.00pm at the field.

U9’s

Training for our U9’s takes place on Thursday evening from 7.00pm - 8.00pm at the field.

U7’s

It was disappointment for the second week running for our young U7 footballers as they travelled to play what would be their first game of the season but for the second week in a row their opponents failed to turn up. Training for the U7’s takes place on Thursday evening from 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

U5’s

Training for our U5’s continues on Tuesday evening at the field from 5.00pm - 6.00pm.

Condolences 

The club would like to offer it’s sympathy to the family of Timmy McGinn who passed away yesterday. Timmy was the cousin of our current committee member Niall McGinn and nephew of our former club and committee member, and still good friend, Pat McGinn.

May Timmy rest in peace.

Club Lotto

Last week’s winning lotto numbers were 12, 25, 26 & 32. There were no jackpot winners and 1 x match three winner. The jackpot now  stands at an impressive £5,900 and and tickets are available from Camlough Post Office or from any committee member.

 

 

 

 

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