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November 8, 2018

Seniors

Silverbridge senior team played Clan Eireann in Keeley park on Sunday. It was Silverbridge who registered the first two points before Clann Eireann got on the scoreboard after Five minutes. Both teams traded point for point and in the Twenty sixth minute a great ball in from C.McAvoy to D.McCann put the bridge ahead for the first time. Points from L.Campball and D.McCann left the half time scores 0-8 to 05 for the home side after a very entertaining first half.  Two minutes into the second half Clan Eireann was awarded a penalty and this left both teams level. Both teams then scored a point each before Silverbridge took a three point lead with points from B.Byrnes and C.McAvoy. Clan Eireann came back and scored a point in extra time followed by a goal which left the final score 2-7 to 0-12 in favour of Clan Eireann. Team  M Reel A Mallie C Hughes P Hughes S Murphy N Reel K Campbell G McGarvey R Hamill B Byrne DMcCann P Cumiskey L Campbell P Burns C McAvoy. Subs R Griffin.

B

Our B team travelled to Cullyhanna on Wednesday night to take on St Pats. It was St Pats who got off to great start with a goal and a point after 3 minutes. A C.Traynor point put the bridge on the score board. Another goal for St Pats left Silverbridge trailing by six points. A good move involving   B.Connolly and R.Griffin   resulted in a bridge goal. A Point from St Pats left 4 points in it after 15 minutes. Silverbridge stepped up a gear and scored 5 unanswered points leaving the half time score 2-2 to 1-6. In the second half the bridge picked off some good scores and pulled away convincing winners. This was a good all round team performance. Final score 1-15 to St Pats 2-5.

U16    

“Goals wins games” this was very much the case as silverbridge beat a strong Cavanakill team by 5-4 to 2-12 in Dorsy. With the half time score 1-7 to 1 goal in favour of the home team, the silverbridge lads needed a huge performance in the second half to make up for a poor first half. Goals from G.Rowland and P. Carragher edged us back into the game with the last kick of the game. D.Gollogy Slotted home the fifth. This was a great time proformance and hopefully can be produced again in the champship this week. J.Carr, C.Reel, N.McCann, E.McCrieve, G.Martin, J.Garvey, S.Kelly, P.Carragher,S.Murphy, M.Hearty, G.Rowland, S.MCLoughlin, P.Griffen, S.Murphy, C.Rowland. subs used: F.Carragher, D.Galloghy, D.Rowland, H.Thorton.

U14

Silverbridge U14 were beaten by Crossmaglen after a good performance on Tuesday night, on a great evening the match was played in perfect conditions both teams started well the match well and were evenly match for most of the first half with a well taken Aodhan Quinn goal and a great penalty save from Paul O’Neill leaving Silverbridge in contention at half time, in the second half Crossmaglen had some well taken scores and ran out convincing winners, Silverbridge have however shown signs of improvement as the season progresses and did perform well on the night. Team P Quinn, B Murphy, C Cunningham, P McKeever, C Mulholland, P Hearty, P Reel, C McKeown, P Reel, B Garvey, E Burns, P Keatings, G Rowland, A Quinn, G Reel, C McCrave, C McArdle

Under 10

Our under 10 team played against Killeavey on Sunday past and recorded their third win in this competitive league. The bridge team started well and by half time had established a commanding lead. At the beginning of the second period they weathered a great deal of pressure from their opponents and although Killeavey did make a spirited comeback in the final quarter the bridge youngsters held out for a deserved victory.

Under 8

On Sunday the under 8 squad traveled to Termonfechin to play the locals in a challenge fixture. As many as three teams took to the fields including for the first time, at this age level, an all girls team. Everyone had a wonderful time at this event and this  should form the basis for future encounters with our hosts .

Senior ladies

Silverbridge ladies played Dorsey on Saturday evening past and progressed to the second round of the championship. Good team performance. Well done girls

U12 Girls

Football Practice, No Monday Practice, Wednesday 5.30 to 6.45 please bring boots and drink. Could Parents please ensure practice commences before driving off.

Unwanted Mobiles

Anyone with unwanted mobile phones could they please give them to any ladies senior management, or leave them in the shop. As the money raised from them will go to the ladies fund.

Lotto

The Jackpot  was won last week the numbers drawn were 2,11,14,22 Bonus 2 Winners Cian & Odhran Murphy 3100 Sean Mackin 350 James Callan £25 Mags Gregory £25 Brendan Murphy. Sellers prize S Murphy J Loye. Next week Jackpot £10000.

Resource Centre

On Saturday the 31st May The Luke Kelly Tribute Band  will play in the resource centre tickets £10 and are available from any committee member or pay at the door on the night.

Executive Meeting

There will be a meeting of the executive on Tuesday 20th May at 9pm in the clubrooms.

Matches on this week

U14 Championship Tuesday night Killeavey Away

U16 League match against Crossmaglen Away

B League match against Newtown Away on Thursday

Under 10s Carrickcruppen at Home

Seniors Away to Granemore

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