This Saturday night sees the men’s presentation in Murphy’s Bar. Tickets are priced at £20.00. Anyone interested in attending can contact Mark Murphy 07738 67702.
The World Cup training sessions continue on Saturday from 2.00pm – 4.00pm in Dunleath for boys and girls age 5 years and upwards. This session is free.
The football club’s Annual Golf Day is on Friday 20 June at St Patrick’s Golf Club, Downpatrick. There are plenty of prizes on offer including a chance to win a car from Cy Kearney Motors for a hole-in-one at the 18th hole. Other prizes include cash prizes for a hole-in-one at any of the other Par 3’s, nearest to the pin and longest drives. Anyone wanting to play can contact Sean McMahon on 07595 37784 for a tee time.
The ladies team are in league action this week when they welcome Crumlin United Ladies to Dunleath. This match kicks off at 7.30pm on Wednesday. All support is welcome.
The ladies team continued their league campaign with an away game against Coleraine Ladies at Mallusk playing fields last Thursday night. The girls in green got of to the worst possible start, going 2 – 0 down within the opening ten minutes. However this didn’t stop goal keeper Laura Byrne from pulling of some crucial saves to spare the girls some red faces.
As the second half got underway, the managements half-time team talk seemed to put some fire into the game. Downpatrick came out fighting with Jessica McComb, Ashlene Kearney and Janine Cahill were all unlucky not to find the back of the net. It was left to winger Kiera Whan to get a consolation goal late in the second half. She saw an opportunity to have a strike from just outside the 18 yard box and she hit an unstoppable spot which gave the Coleraine keeper no chance.
Last week the football club held it’s first Year 8 schools tournament between St Patrick’s Grammar School and De La Salle High School. Both schools provided two teams of 9-a-side player in a round robin style tournament. There was plenty of skill and technique on show especially in the final when the St Patrick’s ‘A’ Team ran out comfortable winners to secure the cup.