Moneymore Seniors play Swatragh in the Intermediate Championship semi finals on Saturday 24th September in Bellaghy at 4pm.
Keep Saturday 26th November free for our Centenary Dinner in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.
Live Music by Hype. The special guests on the evening will be President elect of Cumann Luthchleas Gael Liam O Neill, All Ireland medal winner in 1993 and four times Allstar Tony Scullion and Derry County Secretary, Liam Peoples.
Anyone with any information regarding club events or individuals over the history period of Gaelic football in Moneymore and you would like it included in the Centenary Booklet can you forward the info to Stephen Barker or Roddy McIvor before the end of September.
Underage coaching finishes on Wednesday evening at 7pm for all Go Games teams. All Go games teams from Under 10 to Under 6 are for Moneyglass on Sunday for a blitz.
Moneymore Under 13s defeated Doire Trasna on score-line of 1-8 to 2-2 last Wednesday night and on Monday this week defeated Foreglen 4-8 to
1-6. They play Glenullin in Glenullin on Wednesday this week in the final round robin game with a place in the quarter finals guaranteed for the winners.
Ogramore minors went down to Claudy at the weekend in the final league game of the season. It was a good season for the Minors and despite not winning any silverware only lost 3 games all season in League and Championship. A big thanks to all who played this year and a special thanks to all the managers and Christy and Shane who put a lot of effort into coaching the young men at both minor and Under 14 level.
The Under 15 girls went down 4-8 to 2-2 in the Championship to a much bigger and physically stronger Lissan team, in a game which encountered poor conditions the referee let alot go for a Ladies Underage Gaelic football game.
The Moneymore manager feared for the girls safety and several of them needed medical attention with some of them having to be replaced. The club, management and team would like to wish Niamh Caulfield a very speedy recovery after sustaining a broken wrist in an accidental collision.
It is now down to the Under 13s to keep the flag flying for the Henry Joys Ladies but their task will be a little bit harder without Niamh. Moneymore wish Lissan good luck in the next round of the Under 15 championship.