Local GAA club notes
SARSFIELDS Well done to the Seniors who picked up their first positive result of the year with a 2-10 each draw away to Shelmaliers in the league on Thursday.
The Juniors conceded a walkover to Fethard.
Best wishes to the Minors who will travel to Horeswood to play Dunbrody Gaels in their third championship game on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Best wishes also to St. Peter's College in their quest to reach the All-Ireland Senior football 'A' final when they take on St. Mary's (Magherafelt) in Drogheda on Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Dylan Furlong limbered up for the game in impressive fashion when he contributed 1-2 in their 3-13 to 0-9 win over Patrician (Newbridge) in the South Leinster league final on Monday of last week. We wish Dylan, and the other clubmen on the panel, the very best of luck.
The winning lotto numbers on March 20 were 8, 20, 22 and 30. There was no jackpot winner, and next week's jackpot is €11,000.
The club extends congratulations to our hard-working Secretary and Senior squad selector Podge Cronin who cherished a sweet All-Ireland Club Senior football championship victory with his native Dr. Crokes of Killarney. Best wishes are also extended to Joanne Doran, whose home club of Cuala claimed the hurling title.
Get well soon wishes are extended to under-age selector Kieran O'Dwyer, who is recovering from a recent illness.
Thanks to all who supported the club's bake sale and club gear exchange last weekend. Special thanks to Colette Kinsella and Noreen Stafford.
Thanks to all who helped out with this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade. We claimed second place in the sporting category. Special thanks go to Colette Kinsella, Tony Molloy, Darren Cullen, Marie Noctor, Stephanie Flynn, Karen Browne and Alan O'Neill.
Best of luck to the adult camogie squad which will travel to Glynn-Barntown on Saturday for a league clash. Throw-in at Killurin is at 4 p.m.
The Minor hurlers enjoyed a fantastic win over Rapparees last Sunday. The full-time score was 1-14 to 0-12. Next Sunday, they welcome Ferns St. Aidan's to Gorey for an 11 a.m. throw-in.
The Intermediate 'A' footballers and Junior footballers both enjoyed wins over Craanford last week. The 'A' team won by 0-11 to 2-3 while the second string earned the victory on a scoreline of 5-7 to 3-9.
On Saturday next, the Junior hurlers head to Buffers Alley for a 3.30 p.m. clash while the Seniors travel to Ballygarrett on Sunday. Throw-in there is at 6 p.m.
Under-12 hurling training continues every Saturday from 3 until 4 p.m. Bring both football boots and trainers in case of inclement weather conditions. The footballers train every Monday from 6.30 p.m.
Under-14 and Under-12 camogie training continues every Friday from 6 p.m.
Under-10 hurling and football training continues on Thursdays from 6 until 7.30 p.m. in Clonattin. All new players are welcome.
Membership is due on March 31. Payment will be accepted in the Complex. The rates are: adult €140; student €60; under-age €50; family €120; associate €30. Membership rates are the same for male and female. There is a surcharge of €20 for girls who play both camogie and ladies' football.
To add an item to the club notes, please phone 087-9770497.
Last week’s lotto numbers were 6, 17, 19 and 23. There was no winner, and three match threes: Stephanie Murphy, Christine McDonald and Mick Hayes. Next week’s jackpot is €7,600. Our club lotto can now be played online at www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Crossabeg_Ballymurn_Gaa_Club/lotto.
Our Intermediate ‘A’ footballers lost to Fethard by 2-10 to 0-6 in the league on Thursday, while our Junior ‘B’ hurlers lost to Monageer in the league on Sunday by 4-17 to 5-6. There was better news for our Minor hurlers who beat the Shamrocks on Sunday by 3-15 to 0-5.
In the league next weekend our Intermediate hurlers play away to Rathnure on Saturday at 3 p.m., while the Junior Bs play away to Duffry Rovers on Sunday at 6 p.m.
Our Minor footballers play St. Joseph’s at home on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Congratulations to Ronan Devereux who made his first start for Wexford’s Senior footballers on Sunday against London, when they won to get promotion to Division 3 for next year.
The club would like to say a big thank you to everyone who turned out for the St. Patrick's Day parade: children, parents, mentors and committee, and a big thanks to Mary Kavanagh for having all children looking so well turned out - a great lady.
Well, it is that time of year again to get out and sell Model County tickets. We need everyone to put their shoulder to the wheel. Please please come out and help. We must sell 80 tickets or over. Congratulations to Frank Glennon on winning €242 in the last Split The Pot. The seller was Stephen Miller, and a big thanks to everyone who supported us.
Next week's envelopes are on sale now. This week's winner is from Mullingar.
Our Junior camogie team had a good start to their league campaign with a win over Buffers Alley in Killurin on Friday by 4-8 to 1-5.
Under-8 camogie and football training will start on Saturday, March 25, at the hurling wall at 11 a.m. If anyone is interested in helping out, please contact Janine (086-2273113).
Thanks to the coaches who turned up to Paudie Butler's training session during the week. They all have plenty of new ideas to take back to their groups!
Hard luck to all our girls wearing the county jersey at the weekend - Emma Dempsey and Clodagh White with the Under-16 'B' Wexford camogie team narrowly defeated by Carlow; Chloe Cashe, Aoife Sheil, Emma Kiely and Clodagh Jackman with the Wexford Intermediates defeated by Carlow; and Emma Walsh and the Senior camogie team beaten by Cork.
Congratulations to club girl Eva Crean - All-Ireland Minor doubles handball champ 2017 with partner Clíodhna. Hard luck to club girl Cora Doyle, defeated in the All-Ireland Minor singles handball final on Saturday.
Over one hundred club boys, girls and mentors donned their colours to march in the Wexford St. Patrick's Day parade, as well as Senior heroes Michael Doyle, Michael O'Regan, Pádraig Donnelly and John Leacy. The youngsters were a credit to the club and great ambassadors for their parish. Bhíomar go léir an bródúil astu.
The Glynn-Barntown Easter camp will take place from April 18-20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The camp is open to all primary school children. Registration for the camp is on March 30 from 7-8 p.m. For more information contact Róisín (087-1253637).
To all the wonderful club people who baked, attended or worked at the coffee morning on Sunday in the clubhouse in aid of Glynn-Barntown hurling and camogie Féile teams 2017, we extend a huge thank you!
Well done to all who took part in the Junior bake-off as well, and in particular to talented winners Lizzie Walsh, Ruby Reynolds and Maeve Buckley.
Due to a bereavement in the Castletown area, our Senior football league game versus Castletown was postponed at the weekend. The club extends its sympathies to the Castletown-Liam Mellows G.A.A. club and to the Kennedy family.
Well done to John Leacy, Rob Tierney, Mick O'Regan, James Stafford and the Wexford Senior footballers who continued their unbeaten run on Sunday with a win over London. They have now earned promotion to Division 3 for next season.
A poker classic will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday, April 1, at 8 p.m. Tickets are €20 each. Contact 087-2807679 for tickets or further information.