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Bryansford GAC Notes for 14th April
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No adult fixtures took place at the weekend due to the inclement weather.

Report by Ronan McVeigh.

Fixtures this week:
* Monday; U-14 v Castlewellan Home 7pm
* Tuesday Minors Away to Shamrocks 7pm
Ladies home to Burren 6.45pm
* Wednesday U-12 home to Bredagh 7pm
* Thursday U-16 home to Bosco 7pm
* Friday Seniors away to Downpatrick 7pm
*  Sunday U-12 away to Carryduff A 11am
Seconds home to An Riocht 2pm
Reserves away to Saul 6pm
*  Monday 21/4/13 U-14 away to Liatroim 7pm
Check Twitter @bryansfordgaa for changes / updates to all fixtures.

The local school kids all got training notice handouts last week – it is hoped that parents will encourage their children to join Bryansford GAC and enjoy all we have to offer. P1-P6 training every Saturday 10-11am. Girls U12/14 Thursday nights 6-7pm. *remember your gumshields*

Lotto 10,17,19,22 bonus 20 jackpot £6500 – members are encouraged to sell and buy Lotto tickets as it is the main source of club income.

Bryansford Does Strictly tickets currently onsale in the Social Club and Smyths Musique – these are selling fast with both semi finals now 80% sold – remember ticket only.

It is hoped to have Broadband connection available in the club this weekend – this will allow the club to move forward and establish a system where everyone can log into and upload / download club and GAA information at all times.
Anybody willing to help with this contact Ronan McVeigh ASAP

All mentors requested to text scores through to Ronan after each game – a new score database is being introduced for all teams. Also to have notes forwarded for inclusion by 7pm each Sunday.

A shop will be available at all home adult games – tea/coffee/soups/crisps etc all onsale.
The U-16 girls got their league campaign of to a winning start on Sunday beating Bosco 4-13 to 0-03.

This was a great team performance, with eight different players getting on the score sheet.

Excellent defensive display from all the defenders, in particular from Aisling McCann, Niamh Mc Donald and Ashlinn Boden who all had solid games.

Mairead Mckibben and Sophie Louise Clarke dominated from the start in their new midfield role and also scoring a goal and point respectively

Up front all six forwards got on the score sheet, the talented Cushla Savage was the top scorer with (2-04).

Team: Sarah Doherty, Shaneen Owens, Aisling McCann, Shauna Devlin, Niamh McDonald, Ashlinn Boden, Aileen Gallagher, Mairead Mckibben (1-00), Sophie Louise Clarke (0-01), Natalie Mckibben (0-02), Cushla Savage (2-04), Michaela McAvoy (0-02), Caoimhe Walker (0-01), Shannon O’Hare (1-02), Eimear Kavanagh (0-01) Subs. Eimear Fegan, Georgia Reid, Lucy Prenter, Nicole Keenan.