Ardglass GAC Notes for 19/5/13


The Lotto numbers this week were were 2, 4 ,20, 24,  and the jackpot was not won – there were three £10 winners.

The U-12’s finally got their first win of the season at home to Carryduff. After several good performances in recent weeks they finally got the result that their perfomances deserved. An early blast of goals gave Ardglass an 9 point lead, with Jamie Clarke opening the scoring followed by 2 from Stewart Kahla writes Linda Crangle. dn_screen
Ardglass continued to dominate with the midfield pairing of Philip O’Connor and Ruari Deegan pulling the strings however the forward line could’nt find the way past a stubborn Carryduff defence. The second half saw Carryduff try to claw back the Ardglass lead however Rory Gordon, Jack O’Shea,Dillon Addis and Ryan Cusack refused to let the Carryduff attack in for a shot on Jamie McDarby’s goal in the forward line James  Crangle and James McConkey were very industrious however Ardglass contiuned to struggle to get the ball over the bar, Kahla and O’Connor added further 3 pointers to give Ardglass enough breathing space to ease to victory with a scoreline of 6-1 to 08.
U-12 Training continues Thursday 7pm and next match away to Aughlisnafin on Sunday.
The U-16-s had a loss against a strong Kilclief side in a 5-10. 0-07 finish. Jamie Cusack was outstanding in midfield as was Caolin OShea. Jason Carr and Raymond Lunday  showed true grit in defence. Jason Curran worked tirelessly in defence while many chances were squandered in the fowards.
The seniors were beaten by a strong Dromara outfit.
The 2013 Cul Camp will be held from 8-12 July at Ardtole. The cost to attend the Cúl Camp remains the exact same as in 2012: 1st Child: £35 and then each additional child £30 each.The cost to attend the Nursery Camp is £25 per child. further details from Paul O’Shea, Facebook page or from
Schools football – last Friday St Nicholas’ Ardglass hosted their annual tournament, with St Mary’s Dunsford, Tyrella and Killough all represented, a great mornings football was had by all, with every game of a close and entertaining nature. St Joeseph’s Killough were the eventual winners. Thanks to Mr Fitzsimmons, Mr Murdock and County Schools coach Kyla Trainor for orgainising the tournamnent.