The Gaels advanced to the final of the Intermediate Championship after a hard fought semi-final replay win over Enniscrone. Despite playing with the benefit of a strong breeze, it was Enniscrone who dominated the first half and led by a point at half time. A different Gaels emerged in the second half and brought a sense of urgency to their game and after a David Quinn converted penalty early on they went into the lead which they never looked like relinquishing and ran out winners on a scoreline of 2-8 to 0-9. The team was: Donal Tuohy, Ben Tuohy, Paul Higgins, Evan Lyons, Karl McKenna, Keith McMorrow, Andrew Flynn, James Carroll, Joe Henry, Michael Kilkenny, Frank Quinn (0-1), Dillon McDermott, Brian Boyd (0-2), David Quinn (2-3), Darragh Hailstones (0-1). Subs: Shane Deignan (0-1) for D Hailstones, Seamus Hailtones for K McKenna, Ciaran O'Connor for M Kilkenny, Joe Quinn for B Boyd. They now take on Curry in the final on Sunday 20th October. 

Next Sunday both our Minor teams are in Championship action. First up is the Girls who play Kilkerrin/Clonbern away in the first round of the Minor A Connacht Championship at 11.00AM while the boys take on St Maloise Gaels in the Minor A Championship final in Enniscrone at 1.45PM. Best of luck to both teams and please come out and support. 

Friday evening coaching continues in Coola Sports Complex every Friday for boys and girls - U6's from 6.30PM to 7.15PM and U8's from 7.15PM to 8.00PM - all welcome. 

Well done to the G4M&O team who participated in a most enjoyable National Blitz last weekend along with over 2,000 players. 

The U13 Feile team had a 4-7 to 4-4 win over Eastern Harps last Sunday and now play Drumcliffe/Rosss Point next Sunday in the A Semi-final in Scarden at 11.00AM.