Sunday, 8 October 2017

Update 8/10/17

EirGrid, the state-owned company that manages and operates Ireland's national grid, is running the 'EirGrid Moments in Time' campaign as part of its timing partnership with the GAA. GAA fans had up to All-Ireland Sunday last to share their favourite GAA 'Moments in Time' on Twitter or Instagram. Those that entered are in with a chance of winning a brand new digital clock and scoreboard for their GAA club. One winner will be selected in each province. The St. Michael's GAA club entry which is a photograph of our younger members taken as part of the club's 75 year anniversary has been chosen as one of the top three photographs in Connacht. The winner will be decided by the number of votes received on Facebook. Voting is open to everyone on Facebook and this is where we need your help. To vote, find EirgridGAA, find and select the St. Michael's photo which is our kids in the number '75' formation, 'like' the photo (not the post) and share it with your friends asking them to do the same. If you are not on Facebook please ask your friends or family members (at home and abroad) to vote. We also ask GAA fans throughout Roscommon to support us. Voting closes at noon on Monday 16th October. Thanks to all who have already supported us in this regard. Come on the Rossies!

Pat Tiernan, Timber County Woodflooring presents a set of tops to Stephen Mc Guinness, L to R : Clare Noone, Stephen Mc Guinness, Pat Tiernan, Joan Tiernan and Aileen Daly
The under 14 girls received a set of windcheaters which were kindly sponsored by Pat Tiernan from Timber County Woodflooring. The girls had a good win over St. Faithleach's and now progress to the under 14 A final where they will meet either Strokestown or Michael Glavey's. The minor girls received a walk over from St. Ciaran's and they will meet Western Gaels in the 4th round of the championship.

Pat Tiernan, Timber County Woodflooring with the under 14 girls following his sponsorship of a set of tops

Training continues for the St. Michael's/St. Ronan's minor team as they await their division 4 championship final. Likewise the under 12's continue training as they wait for their appearance in the division 5 shield final.

The under 10's will travel to Kilglass Gaels to take part in the Hanly cup next weekend. The under 6's, 8's and 10's were delighted to receive footballs which came courtesy of our local Supervalu stores in Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon. Thank you to Supervalu.

Mass in Drumboylan next Sunday 15th of October at 10am will be in memory of deceased members of St. Michael's GAA Club.

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