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November 8, 2018

Scór Sinsear this weekend
We will be well represented in Scór Sinsear this weekend. On Friday night we will have representatives in Amhranaíocht Aonair, Aithriseoireacht and Tráth na gCeist in Bornacoola. On Saturday we will have Rince Foirne, Rince Seit, Aithriseoireacht, Nuachleas and Tráth na gCeist in Drumreilly. All participants are asked to be there in time, competition starts on both nights at 8.00
Minors second win
Our minors played Carrigallen last Sunday and won by 0-12 to 1-7. We were without Enda Quinn through illness and lost Conor McTague through injury. This put pressure on the more senior players but the young lads that came in played their hearts out. In a poor game we were winning by 0-6 to 0-4 at half time. We played some lovely football for ten minutes and scored four unanswered points, then fell asleep and let Carrigallen back into it. . With five minutes remaining the sides were level at 0-10 to 1-7 but two frees from Shane Moran saw us winning by 0-12 to 1-7. Our next game is at home to Bornacoola at 12.00 on Sunday morning. Please support.
Ladies Football
Under 12 & 14 girls football training commences next Monday 3rd March @ 5.45pm in the Park. If possible could we have everyone out and if there is any new members who would like to join please come along. Could everyone please make sure and pay your Club membership at training next Monday, please note it is important that every player pays there membership for the year of €5 per person. 

Comhbhrón - Stephen Dorrigan

The Sean O’Heslins club would like to extend sympathy to the Dorrigan family, Gortletteragh on the tragic death of Stephen Dorrigan. Stephen was an outstanding hurler and footballer and was well known in Ballinamore to all of our young footballers and hurlers. In particular he played hurling with many of our players such as in 2005 when the County Senior Hurling Final was contested by an amalgamation called Gaeil an Chontae. Stephen was at centre half back and many of the team were from Ballinamore. He was also an outstanding footballer and a year earlier, in 2004, he played for Gortletteragh in the Senior Football Championship final. Is trua mhór é a bhás chomh hóg sin agus ár gcomhbhrón dá athair, máthair agus deirfiúr.
Comhghairdeas
Congratulations to Geraldine and Martin Cunnane on the birth of their son Liam. No doubt in time a footballer in the mould of his grandfather Gerry McIntyre, not forgetting to mention his grandmother Patty also. Congratulations also from all the Sean O'Heslins Ladies and management

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