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Cluiche Ceannais Peile Uile Chontae | All County Football Final

Cluiche Ceannais Peile Uile Chontae | All County Football Final

Beidh Peileadóirí Mionúir Naomh Éanna ag imirt in aghaidh Naomh Eoin i gCraobh Peile na Mionúr Dé hAoine seo chugainn, 6ú Meán Fómhair 2013.

Iarrtar oraibh uilig a bheith sa lucht tacaíochta leis na páistí chun aithint a thabhairt ar an éacht ollmhór atá déanta ag na buachaillí go dtí seo agus chun tacaíocht na scoile a léiríú orthu!!!!

Beidh an cluiche ar siúl i bPáirc Sháirséil le caitheamh isteach ann ar 6.45in.

St Enda’s Minor Football team will face St. John’s this coming Friday 6th September 2013 for the minor Football County Championship.

This is an all county football final and a huge night for the club, a win would be the first ever in the clubs history. We ask that parents and children come along to the game in support of our boys and in recognition of the great achievement at having come so far already!!!

Throw in will be at 6.45pm at Sarsfields, Stewartstown Avenue Belfast.

Message from Gaelscoil Chairperson:

This is an exceptional football team who are a credit and an inspiration to the club and to the community. They sit proudly at the top of division 1 with two games remaining in the league. Many of the boys already have All Ireland medals from the under 14 Féile na nÓg win in 2011 in Cork, where they beat the North American champions New York, before beating the Munster champions Newcastle West from Limerick in the All Ireland final. Many of the boys also have Ulster medals from last years victory in the Paul Mc Girr Ulster Under 16 memorial tournament wherein we defeated the champions of Down (Bredagh), Tyrone (Errigal Chiarán) and Killeavy of Armagh in the final. St Enda’s have never won an Antrim minor title in either grade in the clubs 57 year history. Indeed the club have never won an adult A grade competition in the history, so this Friday could be the most significant victory in the club’s history and we will need as much support as possible. 14 of the 15 boys who started the semi-final are minor again next year, so our future is very promising.

 

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