Club Notes – 6th July 2021

Four Masters GAA – Club Notes – 6th July 2021

Club Lotto

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Fixtures for week beginning Monday 5th July

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Fixtures – Week 05/07/21

Monday 05/07/21


SRB U13 Div 1 – Four Masters V Ardara (home)


SRB U13 Div 2 – Naomh Columba V Four Masters (away)


Tuesday 06/07/21


Boys U17 C’ship Div 1 – Dungloe vs Four Masters (away)


Girls U16 – Naomh Columba vs Four Masters (away)


Wednesday 07/07/21


SRB U9 Group 1 – Ardara vs Four Masters (away)


South Ulster Hurling – Erne Gaels vs Four Masters (away)


Friday 09/07/21


SRB U15 D1 – Ardara V Four Masters (away)


SRB U15 D2 – Four Masters V Kilcar (home)


Saturday 10/07/21


Senior Football – Red Hughs vs Four Masters (away)


Senior Reserve – Red Hughs vs Four Masters (away)


Div 5 South – Four Masters vs Dungloe (home)


Girls U14 – Downings vs Four Masters (away)


Sunday 11/07/21


Senior Ladies – Four Masters vs Gaoth Dobhair (home)


Results and Team News

Senior Hurling

Four Masters hurlers had to dig deep to earn a narrow victory over Letterkenny Gaels in Tir Conaill Park on Wednesday evening. The home side started well with some well struck scores, but the visitors grew into the game as the first half progressed, with little between the teams at half time.

Both sides were guilty of some missed chances from frees and open play in the second half and the game was in the melting pot coming into the final quarter. The Gaels had pulled ahead by 2 points before Four Masters scored a somewhat fortuitous goal direct from a long range free. From there, the home side pushed on to close out the game on a winning scoreline of 2-11 to 1-12

Team: Shane Patton, Daniel Gallagher, Shane McNulty, Sean Campbell, Dermot McGuckin, Stephen Pearson, Eoin McCauley, Paul Patton, Jason Duignan. Evan Towey, Oliver Nolan, Cahir McBrearty, Ian Phillips, Kevin McNulty, Tom Caufield

Subs: Victor Joe Mitchell, Sean Mulhearn, Kieron Daly, Oisin Burke, David Rogers, Darragh Martin, Sean Conway Colm Hunter

Senior Football

Well done to our senior team who won their home game on Sunday against Naomh Colmcille in Tir Conaill Park on a scoreline of 2-14 to 1-08

Team and scorers:, Martin Cassidy, Cathal Canavan, Eoghan Corley, Aidan McHugh, Eoin Gorrell, Dylan Kennedy, Cathal Feeney, Leo McHugh, Patrick Reid (0-01), Odhran Quinn, Shay Travers (1-02), Darren Doherty (1-04), Cian Hegarty (0-04, 1f), Killian Faulkner (0-02, 1f), Sean Meehan (0-01, 1f),

Subs: Brian Peter Gallagher, James McHugh, Ryan Hegarty, Ryan Haughey, Alex McCalmont

Under 13 Boys Football

Div 1 – Four Masters 2-10, Ardara 3-07

Div 2 – Naomh Columba 3-05, Four Masters 4-08

Under 14 Girls Football

Our U14 girls played their first league game vs McCumhaills on Saturday in Tir Chonaill.

Our girls started very well, showing great teamwork and passing moves and they soon took a comfortable lead, which the never relinquished and went on to win comfortably.10 players in total were on the scoresheet, which shows that it was a great team effort from all over the pitch. Good contribution also from all the defenders and our 2 goalkeepers.

Good to see some of our younger players getting a good run out, competing well.

Next up in Downings away next Saturday.

Under 16 Girls Football

Our U16 Girls kicked off their league with a hard fought away win against Naomh Conaill Ladies, Naomh Conaill started brightly and soon opened up a 4 point lead, but our girls rallied and were level by half time , second half the game ebbed and flowed with both teams taking the lead, but our girls once again rallied, to win the game on a scoreline of 6-8 to 3-14 , Very well done girls, all the girls played their part in this very satisfying win.

Under 12 Girls Football

Our U12 girls got our league games off to a winning start this evening. We played a physically bigger and stronger Red Hughs team on a wet evening in Tir Chonaill Park. The girls settled down to their task early on and got into a great rythem of pass ing resulting in fantastic scores.

The teamwork was a joy to watch with every player from 1 to 17 contributing to an enjoyable match to watch. Even our lucky mascot – Emma – with her crutches cheered the girls on. We ran out comfortable winners in the end but were made to work hard for all our scores by a determined Red Hughs team.