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Club Notes - 26th November 2007


Conway Cup semi final. TCG 2-12 v Fulham Irish. 2-6.

It took an Andy Gallagher goal five minutes from time to settle this contest as the Gaels pulled out the stops to defeat a resolute Fulham Irish. For fifty five minutes there was never more than a couple of points seperating the two sides with the windy conditions making play difficult.


Gary Kane stood out in the first half with his end to end running with fine forward play from Dave O’Brien and Chris Maroney. A Fulham goal fifteen minutes from the end threatened to end the Gaels winning run, but the introduction of Gallagher and Darragh Kinnevey put an end to that.


Fergus Mc Mahon had another tremendous game in the middle of the park with his fielding and pinpoint passing.


So it’s the fourth final of the year on the cards with Saint Brendan’s in our way on completing a clean sweep for the season.


All Ireland Quarter final.

After last weekends Ulster final it has been confirmed that we meet All Ireland club champions Crossmaglen Rangers in Ruislip for the quarter final. (Date, January, to be confirmed this weekend by the CCC in Croke Park)



This Sunday the reserve team travel to Mitcham to play the Round Towers in the league final in an attempt to win back to back doubles.

Throw-in is at 2pm and the team would welcome all support for this their final game of the season. Contact Paul Coggins for travel arrangements on 07798618710.



Fixtures for the Conway cup final and the Under 21 Championship final will appear on the website this weekend.


Lotto Results.

22/11/07. Jackpot 1,150.

Numbers, 1 7 9 16.

No jackpot winner.


25 Lucky dip winners,

John Feeney, C/O The Orchard Tavern,

Tom Mohan, C/O TCG,

Maurice Carr, C/O TCG,

Ann Maguire C/O the Conningham Arms.


Next draw 29/11/07

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