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posted 28 Sept 2020, 13:20 by CLG Tulach Sheasta

Iomáint Faoi 12: Hard luck to our Under 12A Hurlers who were just pipped by a very strong Durlas Óg team in their County Semi-Final on Sunday. Both teams gave an outstanding display of skill and commitment and produced a game of outstanding quality and excitement throughout. The teams were level at full time on a scoreline of Newport 2-11 to Durlas Og  3-08.  They were level again at half time in extra time, before eventually Durlas Óg got the vital scores to win on a scoreline of 5-07 to 2-13. We would like to thank both the players and the management team for their commitment throughout the year. The players gave it absolutely everything and can be very proud of their display in the county semi-final and in their achievement of winning the club's first ever under 12 A Hurling North title this year 

Peil Sóisir : Hard luck to our Junior Footballers who were beaten in their North Semi-Final match v Ballina on Sunday evening on a scoreline of  3-14 to 3-06.

Mionúir: We would like to wish our Minor Footballers the best of luck in their North Semi- Final v Moneygall which is due to be played this Wednesday evening. 

Faoi 14 : Hard luck to our Under 14 Footballers who were beaten by Ballina in the North A Championship on Saturday on a scoreline of 3-09 to 3-03. They now progress to the North A Plate competition.

Peil Faoi 12: Our Under 12 Group C & D Footballers had a good win’s over Lorrha & Borrisokane respectively in their 1st round games of the North championship last week.  

Comhbhrón:  It is with saddened hearts that we learned of the passing of the late Joan Flanagan R.I.P., mother of our Development Officer James Flanagan and also mother of the late Geraldine Floyd. On behalf of everyone at C.L.G. Tulach Sheasta, we extend our deepest sympathy to her sons James, Patrick and Martin, daughter Siobhan Ryan, her daughter in law Edel, sons in law Jim and Patrick, grandchildren, sisters and extended family. Ar dheis Lámh Dé go raibh a hanam.