GAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES

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first_imgNaomh Colmcille CLGWeekly Notes Naomh Colmcille beat Robert Emmets to win Division 4.Naomh Colmcille beat Robert Emmets on Saturday at Páirc Cholmcille by 3-12 to 1-11 to clinch the Divison 4 title and return the club to Division 3 football in 2013. With Naomh Colmcille two points ahead before the game, the home side needed a win or a draw to claim the Division 4 league.Thomas McKinley was given a guard of honour before the game for his for All Ireland win, and it was McKinley who made his mark on the game in the opening 10 minutes, finding the net twice after Naomh Colmcille cut through the heart of the Emmets defence.Naomh Colmcille were attacking at will throughout the first quarter. Ciaran Callaghan added a point from a free and Ryan McErlean added another goal after a solo run through the middle.Robert Emmets steadied themselves after the first quarter and the teams exchanged points in the second quarter, with Willie Gillespie adding two points and Anthony Grant finished off the half with a well taken point after a run from corner back.This left the scores at 3-04 to 0-05 at the break.Two early scores in the first half from Joe Donaghey and Willie Gillespie stretched the lead further. Emmets pulled back two points from frees before Joe Donaghey split the posts from a tight angle on the left and Ryan McErlean sent over a huge point from 40 metres out on the left.As the game entered the last quarter Naomh Colmcille manager Joe Higgins brought on Mark Callaghan, William Lynch, Matthew Crossan and Conor Grant.Robert Emmets reduced the deficit to 3-08 to 0-11 with three points in quick succession but Naomh Colmcille got a hold of the game once more and scores from Matthew Crossan, Ryan McErlean and two from Willie Gillespie stretched the lead again. John Fullerton came on with five minutes to go. A deflected Emmets goal in injury time was too little too late and Naomh Colmcille ran out deserving winners by 3-12 to 1-11.After the final whistle County Vice Chairman Charlie Cannon presented captain Alex Devenney with the Division 4 trophy and Naomh Colmcille can now look forward to football in Division 3 in 2013.Naomh Colmcille: Marty Callaghan, Eddie Gillespie, Alex Devenney, Anthony Grant (0-01), Gerard Curran, Shane McAteer, Paul Friel, Ryan McErlean (1-02), Ciaran Devine, Don Hegarty, Mark Dowds, Ciaran Callaghan (0-01), Thomas McKinley (2-00), Joe Donaghey (0-02), Willie Gillespie (0-05). Subs: Matthew Crossan (0-01), William Lynch, Mark Callaghan, Conor Grant, John Fullerton.Naomh Colmcille Training Schedule this week is as follows Under 8’s:Training will be this Saturday at 11 am.Under 10’s:Training will be this Friday at 6 pm.Under 13’s:training/match tbc; please check Facebook or club website for updates.Under 14’s:training/match tbc; please check Facebook or club website for updates.Under 16’s:training/match tbc; please check Facebook or club website for updateUnder 18’s:training/match tbc; please check Facebook or club website for updates.Gaelic for Girls training:will resume next year around easter time.Can all under age players please bring €2, boots, shorts /track bottoms and a drink please.Seniortraining will continue this week as per notification via TEXT from Senior Manager Joe HigginsGAA NEWS: NAOMH COLMCILLE CLUB NOTES was last modified: October 8th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Naomh Colmcille GAA club noteslast_img

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