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Ardglass GAC Notes and U-16 Match Report
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IT was a celebration night last Thursday 4 April as Ardglass U-16’s  won their first game of the season aganist a strong Attical side. To say it was cold would be an understatement, however, those in attendance brave the elements to be provided with an entertaining match writes Linda Crangle.

The first two points of the game was provided from the Attical team in the 5th and 6th minutes. On 11th minute Jamie Cusack supplied Ardglass with their first score and this was followed by a free from Ronan Crangle. At this stage of the game the homesiders began to settle down. Both teams were level until Ronan Crangle scored a goal in the 25 min and this was closely followed by another from Jamie Cusack. In this first half of the game magnificent saves from goalkeeper Jordan Deegans prevent Attical from scoring further and at half time Ardglass lead by 2.05 to 1.02.
The second half of the game was opened by a point from Mathew Kennedy. Although Ardglass followed through with another 3 points, Attical fought back and in the last 10 minutes of the game came back with 2 goals. A third was prevented by the swift reaction of  Raymond Lundy who caught and cleared the ball from the goal mouth. The game ended with Ardglass 5.09 to 5:04.

Ardglas Team:
Jordan Deegans, Jason Curran , Padi McGurr, Raymond Lundy, Christopher Garr, Caolan O’Shea, Mathew McQuoid, Padi Fitzsimons, Jamie Cusack (1.2), Ronan Crangle (1.3), Cavan Flynn (0.2), Mathew Kennedy (1.2), Mark Maginess (2.0) Subs Jason Carr, Conor Kearney.
The lotto nos for this week were 6,9,13,15 and no jackpot winners again. There was one £10 winner.

Also there is a car wash this Saturday at C&O Milligans frm 10am-4pm, to help raise vital funds for the club.

Bingo is going well at the clubhouse on Sunday nights from 7.30pm.

The Senior football match is at home on Friday night to Drumaness.