DUCK DERBY RESULTS
The annual festival duck derby took place on Saturday 26th July in the Fairy Glen and as always provided great entertainment for the sizeable crowd. The results were as follows;
1st - Ryan Magee - 15 Hillcrest, Mayobridge (£100)
Seller: Kathleen McNally
2nd - Joe Haughian - Meadowlands, Warrenpoint (£50)
Seller: Patsy/Sarah Tinnelly
The organising committee would like to thank all those who bought and sold tickets or helped in any way towards this enjoyable and successful venture.
Summer Camp Registration!
St Bronagh's GAA Summer Camp Registration Evening
Wednesday 30th July at Pettit Park Hall 6-7pm
Price: £30 Child 1, £25 Child 2, £20 Child 3
ALL who wish for their child(ren) to be registered for the Camp are invited to the registration/info evening.
Payment to be made on the night - although we will be accepting payment on the first morning of camp.
Don't forget about the Family Fun Day on the Saturday with a big BBQ and lots of activities for the kids!!
TOWN TAKE THE POINTS
Rostrevor's senior footballers were made to rue a disappointing first half performance as Castlewellan tightened their hold on third place with a league win at St. Malachy's Park. The Reds were at their best in the closing stages, but were unable to compose a serious threat to the hosts, as they had built up a strong lead by that stage. Click here for more.
CASTLEWELLAN 1-12 - 1-08 ROSTREVOR
An Riocht fifth annual Social Sevens will be held this year on Saturday 30th August from 2pm to 5pm immediately after the Club’s 10k Fun Run & 5k Sponsored Walk and running alongside the Family Fun Day with its numerous sideshows including Tombola, Tug of War, Petting Farm, Bouncy Castles, Penalty Kicks, Races, Face Painting, etc. Teas, sandwiches, burgers etc will be on sale all day and there will be live music in the club from 5pm to 9pm.
Social Sevens is for adults who do not play competitively and has replaced Masters in prolonging involvement in the national games with the one obvious difference that there is no lower age limit.
Entry fee £50 per team (£5 per player).
To take part contact An Riocht at email@example.com All players are advised that if they get injured they are not covered by the GAA player insurance policy unless they have their own personal cover.
Minors: Clonduff 3-8 2-11 Rostrevor
Ultimate Rostrevor XV
So with exactly 100 players being nominated for the Rostrevor Ultimate XV we have totted them up to produce the team below. The most picked player was Jarlath Austin, with Jarlath Farrell following closely behind. Austy was also the overwhelming choice for Captain! Notable mentions to Chris McCartan, Mark Rowland, Dermot Mackin and Caolan Mooney who just missed out on the team. Thanks to all who contributed - obviously some of the players from older generations didn't get as many votes as needed to make the top 15 but the nominations did range from 1940s right up to the present day!
Cúl Camp 2014
The Cúl Camp came to an end on Friday, a great week was had by all - there are a selection of photos from the camp below!
This sets us up well for St Bronagh's GAA Summer Camp 21st-23rd August - there will be a registration/payment/info evening for the Camp in the next few weeks, date to be confirmed later with family prices etc too.
Minors 3-9 Bredagh 0-9
2014 MINOR CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW
The 2014 Minor Championship draw has recently been made and our Minor side are in Group C which consists of 5 teams. Rostrevor have a bye in the first group match round before a home match to Carryduff on August 5th. Rostrevor than travel to Kilcoo on August 12th. Castlewellan is the next opposition away from home on August 19th before a juicy away encounter to a strong Warrenpoint side in Moygannon on August 26th. The top two sides from each group advance to the q-finals stage.
Minor A Football Round Robin Championship
Group A Group B Group C Group D
Shamrocks Burren CPN Mayobridge
Bryansford Clonduff Carryduff RGU
Ballyholland Bredagh Rostrevor An Riocht
Liatroim Saul Kilcoo Saval
July's edition of Extra Time is available to view here
The magazine published each month by the County Board contains useful info and articles on the GAA locally and nationally.
Calling all parents/P1-P7 children - St Bronagh's GAA Summer camp will take place in August at Pettit Park, see details below. All children welcome to join in a range of activities over the three days!