Ballyhegan Davitts enjoyed weekend success over St Michael’s Newtownhamilton by 1-11 to 1-3 - with late scores from Conall McKeever capping a strong individual display within the team triumph.
Sunday’s meeting at Ballyhegan Park offered the opportunity for two points before the league split but early scoring proved sluggish due to difficult conditions.
A goal was awarded to St Michael’s despite Ballyhegan protests but the hosts hit back thanks to Shane McKeever and James McKeever.
Mark Hughes registered his first point of the fixture before Shane McKeever won back possession and fed Conall McKeever for the latter to drill home a long-range goal.
James McKeever increased his tally after the interval but the second-half scoring was dominated by Conall McKeever towards the well-earned win.
Key performances also arrived from Barry Morgan, Daniel McKeever, Roger McCormick and Mel Courtney.
TIR NA NOG
Tir na nOg’s senior ladies finished out in front against St Paul’s for league progress despite a five-point half-time deficit.
Meabh Toman, Aiveen McKeown, Dearbhla Guy, Laura Forker, Clioa Creaney, Sophie Weir and Nuala McVeigh helped secure the turnaround in fortunes.
The club’s under 10s took part in the Burren Blitz last weekend against Bellaghy, Bryansford, Clann na Banna and St John Bosco.
The boys will next visit Ballyhegan and Clann Eireann.
Tir na nOg under 14s’ boys enjoyed victory at Mullaghbawn.
The B players’ Championship quarter-final resulted in defeat by St Peter’s.
The club’s Night At The Races will run on August 6, with ‘horses’ available at £10 each from any committee member.
Anyone interested in joining the fundraising committee should contact 07748777338.
Irish Dancing sessions have been booked for each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6.30-8 o’clock.
Visit www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie for information on registration ahead of the Annaghmore-hosted programme across July 4-9.
The latest lotto numbers are 4, 6, 12, and 16 - with Sean Gribbon and Albert Willis the winners.
Spin sessions will stop across the July holiday period and return in August.