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PRO Notes for the 30th March 2015

November 8, 2018

The club is running a Coaching Camp for all children in Rockfield and Achonry National Schools on Wednesday 1st April between 10am- 2pm in Nace O'Dowd park. All parents and children welcome. Members of the Sligo coaching staff will be in attendence. 

 



 



U.12 training takes place in Nace O Dowd park every Sunday morning at 11am, new players are always welcome.

 



 



The U.14 team play Tourlestrane on Wednesday 1st April at 6.30pm, in Nace O Dowd park.

 



 



Well done to the U.16 team who defeated Tourlestrane on a scoreline of 1-8 to 1-6.

 



 



Our Minor team are at home to Castleconnor on Thursday 2nd April at 6.30pm. 



The junior team league campaign is fixed to start on the weekend 11/12th April. No fixtures are at hand as of yet, but please keep an eye on the club website for more details. 

 



 



The club will be holding a members forum on Sunday, 12th April at 6pm in St Nathy's Hall. This is to discuss the future development on Nace O'Dowd Park. W​e urge all members to be present to have their say on this very important topic that will shape the future of the club. 

 



 



Well done to Nathan Mullen who togged out at wing back for the Sligo minor team that were defeated by Roscommon at the weekend. 



Well done to Colaiste Mhuire on winning the Connacht D Juvenile Title last week. Club player Cathal Davey was part of the panel. 

 



 



We had a very successful registration day that was held last Saturday morning in Coolaney Community Centre and St Nathy's Hall, where close on 70 children signed up to their respective U-6,U-8 and U-10 teams for the upcoming playing season. Parents can still sign their children up by contacting Club secretary Joanne O'Grady 0860725261 or email secretary.coolaneymullinabreena.sligo@gaa.ie for more details. 



 



We wish all our members, suppporters, coaches and players a happy Easter. 


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