SFL Men: Our Senior men travelled to Scotstown on Sunday past for a league game. In a nip and tuck and very low scoring first half there was only a point in it 0-03 to 0-02 in favour of Scotstown.
The game opened up a bit in the second half, although the home side did lead by 4 at one stage 0-07 to 0-03. Blayney dug deep and pulled the game back to a point by getting 3 in a row. With time nearly up our lads went in front with a goal, 0-08 to 1-06, but there was still drama to unfold: In injury time Scotstown went one up, and unfortunately the full time whistle went before Blayney had a chance to draw the game. Despite a good display we came back empty handed. Next game is a home match against Inniskeen on the 3rd July.
U14 Girls: Our U14 Girls led the way on Monday night past with a powerful display over a good Scotstown team. All the girls showed great skill and athleticism in great conditions for football. From the goalkeeper to the full forwards the whole team put on a great display. Well done to the players and management
Best Wishes: Best wishes to everyone travelling near and far for holidays. Enjoy the break and we’ll see you back refreshed and full of energy!
Cul Camps: Not long until the Kelloggs GAA Cul Camps 2019 get underway! Have you registered? gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps
Faughs Summer Camp: Pencil in the 7 – 10 August for the Faughs Summer Camp. This year promises to be bigger and better than any previous year!
For all ladies fixtures please see social media.
RFL Div1: Scotstown v Faughs, Friday 28th June 8.00pm
Boys U13 Div6 Play-off: O’Neills v Faughs, Saturday 29th June 1.30pm
Boys U17 Div2: Faughs v Toome, Sunday 30th June 11.00am
RFL Div3: Faughs v Tyholland, Sunday 30th June 12.30pm
Boys U13 Div5 S/F: Faughs v Donaghmoyne/Carrick, Tuesday 2nd July 7.30pm
SFL Men: Faughs v Inniskeen, Wednesday 3rd July 8.00pm
U15 Boys Div1: Magheracloone v Faughs, Thursday 4th July 7.30pm