Senior team – Another round of the Championship and another 20 mins of extra time, our Seniors are certainly testing every supporters nerve strength at the min. Last Friday night, saw us take on Magheracloone and with only injury time to go and a four point lead, it would be fair to say we thought the win was ours. However as we all know, 3 mins is a long time in GAA, and credit to Magheracloone, they battled hard to secure a point and goal to level the sides at full time. With a Quarter Final place up for grabs both teams came out fighting, with Magheracloone taking the early lead. However a goal from Captain Dermot Malone saw the Faughs draw level, and gave them the extra push needed to finish out as winners. Final Score Faughs 2-16 Magheracloone 2-14. Next up is Latton, which is set for Friday at 8.15pm in Inniskeen. Best of Luck to the management & team.
Minors– The lads are currently training hard for their upcoming league final against Latton. The Final is fixed for Tuesday next, Sept 9th at 6.30pm in Cremartin. We wish the players & management all the best of luck and hope all the hard work pays off.
Under 16 Boys – The U16’s league v Patrick Emmetts is currently fixed for Wednesday 3rd Sept, however this is subject to change. Up dated details will be available on our twitter and Facebook. Best of luck boys!
Under 14 Girls –The Girls face Truagh in the Championship Semi Final play off, Wednesday 3rd Sept, 6.45pm in Truagh. Good Luck Girls.
Under 14 Boys – U14s Finals Day take places this Saturday, Sept 6th where our boys will meet Ballybay. Currently times and venues have not been fixed, please check out our Facebook & twitter for updates. Best of luck Lads.
Under 12 Boys – Saturday saw our boys play their last game of the season, when they took on Inniskeen in the Shield Final. Unfortunately the day did not go the lads’ way, with Inniskeen taking the prize. While a loss is always hard to take, we would like to congratulate this young group of lads for their achievements this year, they have worked extremely hard and have the determination and attitude to be winners in the future. Heads up Boys, the future is very bright.
U12 Girls – Huge Congrats to our U12 Girls who overcame Latton in the Semi Final to book their place in the Finals. Full time score: Faughs 2-07 Latton 2-01. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication from each and every girl on this team. We wish the Girls the Best of Luck against Killanny in the Final, which is fixed for Sunday 7th September at 12pm in Donaghmoyne.
Under 10 Boys – The Boys continue training on Thursday evenings from 7-8pm at St. Marys Park.
Operation TransFAUGHSmation – Tuesday night saw huge crowds turning out to register for this years Operation TransFAUGHSmation, with all places being filled on the night. Now the commitment has been made, It’s soon time for the hard work, and of course FUN to begin. Please note the information night has been rescheduled to Wednesday 10th Sept (was in information leaflet for Tuesday) at 7pm in Our Lady’s Concert Hall. Looking forward to seeing ye all there.
Stars in the Faughs Eyes – Mark it down, Sept 20th is a night you don’t want to miss. All acts are now in serious rehearsal mode, and to coin the ole phrase ‘there really is something for everyone’. The night promises to be full of entertainment and so we ask everyone to come out and support. Tickets are available in McMahons Supervalu, Declan Loughman Sports, The Glencarn Hotel and from committee members. This is a night not to be missed.
Lotto –This week’s lotto numbers were 02, 07, 10 and 27. There was no Jackpot winner, with the lucky dips going to Barry Hughes, Dundalk Road and Michael Burns, Cairde. Next weeks draw will take place in the Old Coach Inn with a jackpot of €5200.