Dromard club notes

September 07, 2020

Sympathy: Dromard GAA extends its sympathy to the Ellis and Kiernan families on the death of Kathleen Ellis (née Kiernan), Drumalt, Arva. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.

Division 1 League: Dromard 0-14 Abbeylara 1-11: Well done to our senior panel and management team on securing a draw against Abbeylara in an entertaining clash in Lynch Park on Saturday evening.

Junior Team: Our second squad played two games in the past week. On Thursday evening, the team put in a very good performance before losing out to a strong Ardagh/Moydow side in Keenan Park in the junior championship. Dromard trailed by 5 points at the break but the scoreline could have been closer only for a number of good saves from the Ardagh /Moydow goalkeeper. The team continued to battle in the second half and created some excellent scoring chances in keeping within touching distance of their opponents throughout. A speedy recovery to Sean McNerney who was very dangerous in attack and had scored several points before being forced off with an injury late in the first half. On Sunday, despite missing a number of regulars, the team put in a strong performance against Granard in Higginstown in the league. Best wishes to Oisin Hourican who picked up a nasty injury in a typically committed challenge on a Granard opponent. Thank you to the management team of Paul Hourican, Stephen Reilly and Jimmy Kiernan for looking after this group. Junior Panel: Ollie Duffy, Ciaran Duffy, Pauric McNerney, Joshua Gray, Jamie Conboy, Liam Doherty, John Donohoe, Oisin Hourican, Luke McEntire, Darragh O’Toole, Jason Grimes, Shane Grimes, Kevin Donohoe, James Mimnagh, Karl McNerney, Sean McNerney, Jason Murtagh, Kevin Maguire, Jimmy Kiernan, Brian Smith, Ciaran Donohoe, Aaron Mcerlean, Noel Reynolds, Patrick Mimnagh, Conal Murphy, Joshua Gray, Fergal Berry, Conal Murphy, Jimmy Kiernan, Thomas Conefrey.

Masses in Legga and Moyne Churches: Masses are continuing in Legga and Moyne churches with restricted capacity. In line with the with the current HSE health guidelines, it is recommended where possible that all those attending Mass wear masks or face coverings. Masses from both Legga and Moyne churches can be viewed live online via webcam and the service is proving very popular. To view the Mass via the webcam, go to www.churchtv.ie/legga or www.churchtv.ie/Moyne Thank you to Fr Pat for making this service available to all those from the parish and beyond who are not in a position to attend Mass.

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