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U16 Div1 Winners 2013

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U14s maintain unbeaten run PDF Print

The U14s continued their good run of form with a victory over Kinawley in Section 1 on Saturday (18/4/15). Having lost the toss the young Gaels were forced to play with the wind in the first half. This worked hugely in their favour as they racked up an impressive 2-14 to 0-2 half time lead. The first half performance however was tainted with the curious sending off of a Gaels player with 5 minutes of the half left.

Thus the second half started with the Gaels a man short and facing a blustery wind. Kinawley took full advantage of this and within the first 10 minutes had score 2-2. However the development and skill of this Gael's U14 team is phenomenal and they quickly adapted to the challenge and in 2 swift attacks scored 1-1. This took the steam out of the Kinawley attack and when the Gaels boke again shortly after to score another goal, the game was over as a contest. Kinawley, to their credit, kept going and scored another few point to leave the final score 4-15 to 2-10.

Team - Feidhlim O'Connor Crampsie, Jack Tierney, Ryan Mc Donnell, Barrai O'Keefe, Ben Hamill, Jordan Deery, Josh Horan, James O'Donnell, Fergal Quinn, Killian Corrigan, Oliver Hughes Jordan, Conor Murphy, Ben Kettyles, Conor Love, Shay Conway, Caelan Corrigan, Jamie Mc Ardle, Caoilte Hamill

U 14 Reach Feile Semi final PDF Print

The U14s reached the Feile semi final last night (16/04/15) with a comprehensive win over Devenish in the Feile quarter final. Leading 6-9 to 1-5 at half time the Gaels steeped up a gear preventing their opponents from scoring in the second half whilst notching up another 5-13 to finish 11-24 to 1-5.

On Saturday last the A team also produced a strong performance against Irvinestown in Section 1. At half time the Gaels led 3-7 to 1-1 and eventually finished up winning 9-16 to 2-3.

Team - Feidhlim O'Connor Crampsie, Jamie McArdle, Ben Hamill, Ryan Lynch, Caelan Corrigan, Ryan Mc Donnell, Josh Horan, James O'Donnell, Oliver Hughes Jordan, Gerard Agnew, Killian Corrigan, Shay Conway, Ben Kettyles, Fergal Quinn, Caoilte Hamill, Jack Tierney, Conor Love, Barrai O'Keefe, Jordan Deery, Conor Murphy

Next up for the A team is a Section 1 game v Kinawley on Saturday and then Derrygonnelly in the Feile semi final.

U14 busy period end with double victory PDF Print

After the recent travels, yesterday both U14 teams were in action against local opposition. The A team took on Derrygonnelly whilst the Development team travelled to Coa.

Two weeks ago the Dev team entertained Ederny in Brewster eventually being outdone by a 9-6 to 6-2 score. They followed this with a trip on the Sunday with the A team to play Magherafelt. Last Sunday then both teams travelled this time to Carryduff where again we were royally looked after by our hosts and had 2 great workouts against good, strong opposition.

The tests of the last two weeks was there to see yesterday as both U14 teams ran out winners against the Fermanagh opposition. The dev team recorded their second victory of the season with a 4-1 to 1-1 victory over Coa. The coaches were delighted that the skills being developed in training are coming through now on the pitch.

The A team also travelled away to Derrygonnelly and in some poor wet and windy conditions were 1 point up at half time - 2-4 to 1-6. With the strong wind at their backs in the second half, the Gaels scored another 2-4 to leave a final score of 4-8 to 1-9.

Next up for the A team is a trip to Derrylin on Tuesday to play Kinawley in the Feile.

U14 Development first points for 2015 PDF Print

As Maguiresbridge didn’t have enough lads to play 15 or 13 a side, the 2 team managers agreed that 11 a side wasn’t good for the players in the conditions. The game was conceded with the Gaels getting the win, but the two teams played a challenge match instead.

After last week’s disappointing opening game to Roslea in Brewster the young lads were eager to get out, and back to winning ways.

From the very first whistle the midfield pairing were on top form.The game was energetic and fast paced from the outset, with the forwards covering lots of ground. The entire defence was excellent, solid and strong from the start.

The game finished with the Gaels running out 4 point winners, and it will stand to the lads to get the win under the belt. We now look forward to the challenge of Omagh on Thursday night. Selection is getting harder by the week and its great to see.

U 14 Development Team 2015 PDF Print
The U 14 Gaels development team took on Roslea in the first competitive game of the season in Brewster tonight Saturday (21st Feb). If ever a result did not reflect a game, it was this one. Frankly, however, the result is secondary as the young Gael’s, many of whom are still under 12, were excellent to a man. This group could not be faulted for effort and bravery against a fairly strong Roslea side with a talented spine to their team. The result indicates 8-2 to 0-5 (10 scores to 5) in Roslea’s favour, which, as any spectator can testify, is extremely harsh on the home side.

Players left the field with their heads held high, not lacking endeavour, but simply regretting more clinical passing and finishing in attacking positions.

After a difficult and at times disjointed first half, the Enniskillen men found themselves 7-2 to 0-1 down. However, with some subtle adjustments they were able to dominate and win the second half. This was an occasion where the positives massively outweigh the negatives with many promising signs for the season to come.

The midfield combination was outstanding, combining commendable effort and skill. Their efforts highlighted their development to date as well as their huge potential moving forward. After a shaky start the backline had inspired performances not giving their opposite numbers a sniff at getting a score as well as accurately moving the ball up the field to teammates.

Captain Callum Dunne led the forward line by example getting through loads of hard work. Ross Bogue started the year with a hugely promising performance scoring all of the Gael’s 5 points from a range of angles having been greatly supported by his forward teammates.

Every player deserves a mention as they were all flawless for attitude and effort, a promising sign for the season ahead for both U14s and U12s.

Overall, this was a challenging game with the young Gael’s up against it in the first half with a large deficit against a good Roslea team, which consequently only highlights the outstanding character, team spirit and commitment among the squad to win the second half so convincingly. As a result, the team look forward to the next game with a confident and positive attitude with many things to build on.

Again, well done to all the lads who played this evening and a special thanks to all the parents and friends who were vociferous in their support. More hard work to come, SEE YOU ALL AT TRAINING!!!!

Team - Calum Dunne, Cian Boylan, Ciaran Burns, Conor Gough, Daniel Johnson, Harry O’Hare, Jack Palmer, James Mc Namara, Joe Donnelly, Jude McManus, Matthew Cox, Matthew O’Grady, Michael Mc Donald, Oisin MagUidir, Peter Cox, Ross Bogue, Shane Kelly Neill
Senior Training Cancelled PDF Print

Due to the death of senior manager Warren Dixon's father, there is no senior training tonight

U14 Feile Win PDF Print

The U14s began the Feile campaign with a difficult game against Kinawley in Derrylin last night (9/04/15). The Gaels lead at half time, 1-5 to 1-1, didn't reflect the early Kinawley dominance and indeed had the Kinawley forwards been a little luckier in converting their chances, the Gaels could easily have found themselves behind.

However with the lead and the slight breeze behind them the Gaels started to dominate on the restart. Two quick goals finished the game as a contest and the match eventually finished 3-13 to 2-04.

Team - Feidhlim O'Connor Crampsie, Jack Tierney, Ryan McDonnell, Barrai O'Keefe, Caelan Corrigan, Jordan Deery, Josh Horan, James O'Donnell, Fergal Quinn, Shay Conway, Oliver Hughes Jordan, Conor Murphy, Caoilte Hamill, Conor Love, Killian Corrigan, Gerard Agnew, Ryan Lynch, Jamie Mc Ardle, Ben Kettyles, Ben Hamill.

Next Feile game is planned for the 16th April against Newtownbutler. Venue is still to be confirmed

U 14 2015 contiue their games PDF Print

Both the Development and the A teams were in action last night (5th March) against Omagh in Brewster Park.

Both games proved to be a big test for the Gaels. The development team had a slow start to the game but after a few changes at half time, produced a blistering second half display to almost claw back the Omagh lead. With such a big panel of players and the policy of every player getting a game, there was a lot of disruption to the flow of the team but no doubt the experience these players are getting and the improvement in performances augurs well for the future.

The A team game ebbed and flowed. Gaels had a blistering start going into a 1-6 to 0-0 lead after 10 minutes. However the Omagh lads fought back to level the score at half time. The second half had both team exchange points until another goal opened up a gap for the Gaels which they held until the end running out 2-11 to 3-6 winners.

Big thanks to Omagh for making the trip in the middle of the week and to all those who made the sandwiches and buns for our visitors.

Teams -

A Team - Feidhlim O'Connor Crampsie, Barrai O'Keefe, Ryan McDonnell, Ben Hamill, Shay Conway, Killian Corrigan, Josh Horan, James O'Donnell, Fergal Quinn, Conor Murphy, Oliver Hughes Jordan, Jordan Slevin, Ben Kettyles, Conor Love, Caoilte Hamill, Jamie McArdle,

Development Team - Jack Palmer, Oisin Mag Uidhir, Daniel Johnson, James McNamara, Caelan Corrigan, Ross Bogue, Michael McDonald, Calum Dunne, Adam Lavelle, Jude McManus, Matthew Cox, Peter Cox, Shane Kelly Neill, Conor Gough, Ciaran Burns, Joe Donnelly, Cian Boylan, Gerard Agnew


U14 A record second victory PDF Print

In a blustery, wet Brewster ,Gaels U14 A team recorded their second victory of the campaign against an inexperienced Newtownbutler team.

Realising the competition for places, the starting 15 set about their task with great purpose and had a score on the board almost straight from the throw in.

Indeed all the forwards were on the score sheet within 15 minutes whilst the defence remained very resolute against the Newton attack snuffing out every attempt to break through.

A few changes at half time didn't impact any way on the score and the Gaels ran out 10-21 to 0-0 winners.

This Thursday (5th March) both the A and Development teams will face Omagh in Brewster in challenge games. This will prove to be a stiffer test with the Tyrone club one of the leading teams at U14 level in Tyrone.

Details of the game will be texted out to all in the next day or so.

A Team - Jamie McArdle, Barrai O'Keefe, Ryan McDonnell, Jack Tierney, Ben Hamill, Jordan Deery, Josh Horan, James O'Donnell, Fergal Quinn, Shay Conway, Jordan Slevin, Conor Murphy, Killian Corrigan, Conor Love, Caolite Hamill, Ryan Lynch, Ben Kettyles

U14 As start with a victory PDF Print

The Gaels U14 A team took on Lisnaskea in their first U14 game of 2015.

The game started brightly but the first score didn’t come until 6 minutes in, and when it did the Gaels settled into their game and didn’t look back. Popping over another 8 points in the first half they almost made it through to half time without conceding a score, Skea scoring their first point in the 29th minute.

The team management used this game to try out players in various positions and were delighted with the ability of many players to occupy and perform in a range of different positions. And so with some positional changes at half time the Gaels quickly opened up a commanding lead punishing any mistakes by the Skea backs.

A wonderfully free-flowing game, easy for the referee with both teams playing fair, honest, open football, with the Gaels running out 6-15 to 3-5 winners.

Team – Feidhlim O’Connor Crampsie, Jack Tierney, Ryan Mc Donnell, Barry O’Keefe, Shay Conway, Fergal Quinn, Ben Hamill, Killian Corrigan, James O’Donnell, Jordan Slevin, Josh Horan, Conor Murphy, Ryan Lynch, Conor Love, Caoilte Hamill, Jordan Deery, Ben Kettyles, Jamie Mc Ardle.

Scor Winners PDF Print

Congratulations to our Scór na n-Óg quiz team who emerged victorious at the recent County final in Donagh. The team, consisting of Ronan Quinn, Tom Hughes-Jordan and Aoife Cathcart, now go on to represent club and county in the All-Ireland finals in the New Year. Well done also to Aoife who put in a strong performance in solo-singing


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