Last Saturday Corduff Gaels Division 2 U13 team ended their season on a high having been crowned Division 2 Cup champions. Across County Monaghan there was a buzz of U13 football in the air all day as Gerry's Prepared Veg and Gerry's Take Away Finals took centre stage and the Corduff Magheracloone final certainly added to the excitement with the high calibre of football on display. Corduff, Division 2 table toppers came into this match as favourites and they certainly didn't disappoint. The match got off to an energetic start and within 2 minutes the score was 2-0 to 1-0 to Corduff. Magheracloone played some lovely football and definitely challenged Corduff in the opening quarter and by the 1st water break the score was 3-02 to 2-1 to Corduff. Corduff continued to add to their tally stretching ahead but Magheracloone kept the challenge up. By halftime Corduff had the momentum with them going 5 points up 3-06 to 3-01. The second half became a one sided affair with stylish play and finishing by Corduff proving povital as they pulled away and eased to victory on a final scoreline of 5-11 to 4-04. Corduff Gaels would like to congratulate the team and management of Diarmuid,Sean,Paddy,Sean and Adrian on this fantastic win. The future certainly looks bright and we look forward to seeing this young stars develop and respesent Corduff in years to come!
The Championship team was Dillion Conlon,Macara Crossan,Jack Smith, Oisín Mee,Shane Courtney, Dáithí Hegarty, Cian Rafferty, Christopher Corrigan,Fergal McEnaney, Harry O'Reilly, Jamie McNally ( C ), Jack King, Peter Connolly,Finlay McKeown,Jessie Crossan,Oliver Chorchel and Cillian McArdle.
U13 Division 6 Shield Final:
U13 Championship action continues this Saturday with the Corduff Gaels Division 6 U13 team playing Scotstown in the Shield Final. It's a brilliant achievement for the club to have a second team in an U13 Championship Final for the second week running. Once again we wish the team and management Sean, Adrian,Sean,Diarmuid and Paddy good luck.
Corduff Gaels Lotto :
Corduff Gaels Lotto draw took place last Sunday 13th September.There was no winner of the massive jackpot worth €9,800. Numbers drawn were 4,5,12 and 23. Congratulations to the 5 Lucky Dip winners Elena McEnaney (Online), Pauric Gollogly(yearly), Mickey McNally(yearly), Pete Mallon c/o Rheanne and Bridie Donnelly c/o John Joe. This week’s handsome jackpot has hit a massive €9,900 with the draw once again being live streamed on Facebook .
Remember you can play the Lotto online from the comfort of you home, anywhere in the world and we encourage you to support our Lotto as it provides much needed funds for the weekly running of the club. The online provider is Club Force and the link to play the Lotto is available on Corduff GAA pages on Facebook and Twitter or you can download the Club Force App. Many online options are now available so go online and buy your lotto because if you’re not in you can’t win! Online Lotto must be played by 6pm on Sunday and envelopes must be returned by 6pm also. Good luck.
Platinum Tanks Reserve Football Championship Crawley Cup Group 1.
Corduff Gaels registered a win on Sunday in the Crawley Cup Football Championship against Doohamlet on a scoreline of 2-17 to 3-09.
Great start to the Championship lads!
Corduff Ladies :
Corduff Ladies Juveniles: Minor Championship Final
Carrick Emmets was the venue for last Saturday's local derby between Corduff and Inniskeen in the Minor Division 3 decider. It was the second time these teams met recently with Inniskeen edging the last encounter. Corduff were hoping to make amends for the last day out and stated their intent from throw-in with an explosive start going 1-1 up. Inniskeen responded and by the first water break they were ahead by a point 1-01 to 1-02. After the water break Inniskeen continued to dominate scoring 3 unanswered points.The play ebbed and flowed with the last 5 minutes of the half belonging to Corduff as they once again levelled matters by the interval on Corduff 2-03 Inniskeen 1-06.
It looked as if the second half would be a close affair but that wasn't to be as Inniskeen became more dominate with their shooting boots on and by the second water break they had stretched ahead by 6 points 3-08 to 2-05. It now appeared as if the game was drifting out of Corduff's control. Even though they did reduce the margin by 2 points Inniskeen maintained control and eased to victory on a final score of 3-11 to 3-06 bringing the curtain down on what had been a brilliant season for this Corduff team.
Corduff Ladies Club has been blessed with very generous sponsors over the years and once again this generosity was evident as Orla Marron properitor of The Ivy Skin and Laser Specialists Carrickmacross sponsored windcheaters for not only the Minor Team but also the U16 team in the past week. The girls were absolutely delighted with their windcheaters and Corduff Ladies and players would like to extend a huge thank you to Orla who is a regular club sponsor. As always we urge all players, members and parents to support our sponsors especially Orla. So, for all your beauty treatments contact Orla and her team in The Ivy who will be more than delighted to pamper you with one of their treatments etc.
Under 14s: Massive congratulations to the U14 team which defeated Aughnamullen and are now in the U14 Final against Emyvale on Saturday 3rd of October.
Under 16s: The U16s are in action this Sunday in Emyvale in the U16 Championship semi-final at 12:30 and we wish them good luck in that.