Collegeland Travelled to Newtownhamilton to play St Michaels in the Junior league Div3A Fixture on Friday 14th June.
Newtownhamilton playing with a strong wind took the lead with a goal in the opening minutes of the match. Stephen Clancy opened Collegeland’s account after eight minutes with a point. Newtown then added a goal and a point before Karol McGeary had Collegeland’s second point after twenty minutes. Newtown then took control and added seven points and a late goal in the closing minutes of the half leading 3-9 to 0-2 at the interval.
The home side scored the opening point of the second half. Collegeland then had a brighter spell with the wind adding points by Paul Cullen, Patrick Campbell, and Brian Mc Geary.
Newtownhamilton then had another point. Brian Mc Geary had a point for Collegeland midway through the half. Both sides had a point each in the final quarter Collegeland’s score from Stephen Clancy to leave the final score St Michaels Newtownhamilton 3-12 Collegeland 0-7.
On a night that was wet and windy Collegeland will hope that the storm has passed and we will be able to put in a much better performance against Belleeks on Sunday in Collegeland.
Next Div 3A fixture is at home on Sunday to Belleeks at 2pm. Your support is needed so please come along on Sunday. No Reserve match this week.
Camogie training on Wed as usual.
NAOMH EOIN fixtures.
Thurs 20th June U16 league Div 2A O’Doirnin Blues v Naomh Eoin venue tbc at 7-15 Then on Tues 25th June there is the U14 league Div 3B Naomh Eoin v Forkhill in Collegeland at 7-15pm.
The Club facilities are undergoing some improvements with additional accommodation being added in the coming weeks but preparation work is needed in advance particularly around the Clubrooms.
Field drainage and fencing are also being improved but it takes people to do these wee jobs. If everybody did a little then we could do a lot. Works Days are normally on a Saturday but work will be underway some evenings also as and when people are available. Give Frank a ring or just drop in for an hour on Saturday.