The U-10s played their first blitz of the season at Ardtole on Saturday past. A squad of 15 players competed well in all three games against Kilcoo, Aughlishnafin ans Bredagh. Training continues for all U-8 and U-10 players on Saturdays at 10.30-11.30am writes Linda Crangle
The U-12’s opened their season with a home loss to Drumaness, in a game played in gale force conditions, however, the physically stronger blues ran out as winners.Best for the home side was Rory Deegan,Dylan Addis and James Crangle. Training continues on Thursday at 7pm, next match away to Kilclief on Sunday.
The U-14s had a good start to the league with a strong display against neighbours Bright at Ardtole, winning 5-3 to 1-7 with good performances from Paidi Fitzsimons,Jamie Cusack and Joel Wills, Training continues Tuesdays at 6.30.
The U-16’s had no games last week and are away to Ballymartin on Thursday. Keep an eye on Facebook for travel arrangements.
Last Friday night a youthful Senior team hosted Drumaness in a closely contested game. John Polly, Johnny O Connor and David Armstrong were solid throughout. With 14 men on the pitch Ardglass dug in and held on to a one point win.
Next Saturday at Ardtole Down Senior player Kevin McKernan will be at the pitch as part of his penalty kick challenge. Where he will be visiting all 44 clubs in Down and kicking a penalty to raise funds for the Keep Er Lit charity . All juvenilles are requested to be at Ardtole at 11.45am to show Kevin some support – more details on Facebook page.
Tickets for the Fight Night in the community hall this Saturday night are still available phone Keiron on 07756385370. Doors open at 7.00pm .Late Bar.There will also be a celebrity Fight between “MRS BROWN & MAY MC FETRIDGE whick promises to be an entertaining night.
Car wash at the front of C&O Milligans on Saturday starts at 9.30-3.30pm please show your support for the club.
Last weeks lotto nos were 6,9,13,15 no jackpot winners 1 x £10 winner next weeks jackpot £4,000.
Bingo also at the clubrooms every Sunday night starts at 7.30pm.