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St. Dominic's Notes


The Beginners & U8 ladies footballers commenced training on Saturday 5th April in St. Johns Community Centre as part of the St. Dominic’s GAA Club Nursery Programme. This programme is designed to encourage as many children as possible in the Beginner / U8 age-groups to take part in GAA sports (Gaelic Football, Hurling/Camogie & Rounders) in a fun & playful atmosphere. Many thanks to St. Dominic’s Coaching / Schools Liaison Officer, Colin Finneran for all the work in organising the programme and to everyone that helps out with the training.

The U12 girls took part in an U12 Blitz on Sunday 6th April in St. Brigids, Kiltoom, where they played St. Brigids & Strokestown. These were the first competitive games that this age-group played this year and all players performed superbly. Although the results didn’t go St. Dominic’s way, the girls showed great skill and determination. The results from the blitz will decide the makeup of the different groups in the U12 Championship. The first game for the Dominic’s U12s in the championship is on Wednesday 16th April.

The U14s continued to train this week. Well done to the Dominic’s players that are part of the County U14 team participating in the Connacht U14 Championship. Aoife Gavin, Ciara Corcoran, Sorcha Casey, Caoimhe McIntyre & Aimee O’ Connor were part of the Roscommon team that defeated Galway on Saturday 5th April in the 2nd Round of the Connacht U14 Championship.  St. Dominic’s first game in the U14s League is away to Castlerea on Wednesday 7th May.

The U16 ladies team played their round 6 game of the championship on Sunday 6th April. This was an away game against Boyle. The score at half time was St. Dominic’s 0-06 to Boyle 0-07.  It was an even contest throughout with each side taking the lead at different stages. With the game in injury time St. Dominic’s were in the lead by a point but with almost the final kick of the ball Boyle scored a goal to claim the bragging rights. The game finished, St. Dominic’s 2-11 to Boyle 4-07. The U16s next game in the Championship is an away game next Sunday, 13th April to Clann na nGael.

The Junior ladies football team continued training this week. Their next game in the League is next weekend, the 12th / 13th April at home to St. Ciarans.

A number of St. Dominic’s ladies football club members attended the Code of Ethics Course on Wednesday 2nd April which was held in the Roscommon GAA County board offices.

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