Senior menThe seniors had a very impressive away league victory against Pettigo on Sunday with a final score of 0:3 to 3:18. This was a game that started slowly with only three scores in the first 15 minutes but eventually the men from the cross found there rhythm and never looked back. This was a real team performance with the teams mixture of youth and experience blending nicely to put in a fine performance. Team:Ciaran Kelly, Alan Mongan, Sean Sweeney, Shane McGlinchey, Dylan Irwin, Carl Gallen, Cathel Doherty, Gerad Melaugh, Damien Browne, Odhran Doherty, Calvin Bradley, Pauric McMenamin, Micheal McColgan, James Carlin, PJ GallagherSubs used: Damien Wilson, Ronan Gallen, Shane McGuireThe seniors next league game is at home vs Convoy on Wednesday the 24th of August with a 7pm throw in, Everyone should come to watch as this game is vital in the seniors push for promotion U15 Ogsport FinalsRed Hugh’s hosted the all county u15 Ogsport finals on Sunday. This was a fantastic tournament which is played 7 aside. The level of football played was exceotional by all teams.Our own team competed well against finalists N.Conaill in our first group game with Cody Laverty getting 2 goals and Kieran Neeson exceptional throughout. However the difference was N.Conaill were more accurate in front of the posts and able to take their scores when the chances arrived.Howver Red Hugh’s continued to create goal chances with Gareth McGill and Kieran Neeson unlucky towards the end to capitalise.Red Hugh’s played Urris next who are the reigning NRB champions having win that competition in June. Red Hugh’s boys again continued to play an attacking fast style of football using Kieran Neeson as the main target who was able to use his speed and strength to win ball. Cody Laverty, Luke Browne. Gareth Mc Gill, Paul Doherty , Darragh Mc Menamin and Cian Gallagher were always in support. Oisin McElhinney was a leader from the back and the launch of many of our attacks. Tiaran Kelly also was top class in nets for the 1st game and outfield in the 2nd game. His intelligent quick thinking was always a threat and set up many of our scoring opportunitiesThere could only be one winner and it was Killybegs who beat a good N. Conaill side who unfortunately didn’t get the best start in the final giving up 2 easy goals and were playing catch up throughout the game. They could only manage to get to 3 points of Killybegs who ran out worthy winners throughout. Killybegs go onto to represent Donegal in Ulster Og Sport. Special thanks to all the help, support in running this competition and thanks to the children’s board for selecting Red Hugh’s to host this competition.U12 BoysRed Hugh’s Under 12 boys travelled up to Moy on Saturday morning to take part in a tournament with clubs from all over Ulster participating. Our boys played excellent throughout losing only a few games in the group stages by the narrowest of margins. However they had done enough to make the quarter finals to defeat a strong Edendork team managed by Tyrones Number 1 goalkeeper Niall Morgan. In a attacking match Red Hugh’s came out on top with a 1 point victory. Red Hugh’s however bowed out in the Semi – Final. These boys and management should be extremely proud of themselves.Red Hughs Under 10’s will also travel to Moy on Saturday 10th September for a similar tournament.U6 U8 and U10 With our own Summer Camp and Cul Camps finished for the summer. We will resume our Saturday morning sessions with U6, 8 and 10’s. Hope to see all children back out aswell as new who attended the camps.There will be a number of blitz competitions coming up. With also our 8’s and 10’s travelling to Moy in September for end of season tournament.U13sU13 training this Wednesday night at the pitch starting at 6:30 All players asked to attend with water bottle and mouthguard.Underage Strictly Come DancingThe Red Hugh’s strictly come dancing is now fixed for Friday the 21 st of October. This should be a great evenings entertainment. Anyone interested in taking part contact Lia Doherty, Alice Doherty and Diane GallagherLottoLotto & 100+ Club Results 11/08/16Numbers Drawn 1,7,8,5,6,3,2,4Three Winners Matched 3 Numbers well done to Andy Doherty Mullaghaneary, Sean Brolly Raphoe and Kieran Bradley Killygordan all €20 each. Next weeks jackpot is €1,825This weeks winner of the 100+ Club was number 102, Eugene Carlin Ballinacor €100Thanks to everyone for your continued support.GAA News: Red Hugh’s win by landslide against Pettigo last weekend was last modified: August 16th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAALeagueNotesPettigoRED HUGHS.
England have been boosted ahead of Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against Sweden with news Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Ashley Young are expected to be fit to play. 3 3 England were given a rough ride by Colombia on Tuesday, but kept their heads to win “We have got to check a couple. I think Kyle’s is cramp.“We’ve got to check Ashley’s, which is more of an ankle. Vardy feels a bit with his groin.“You never know with cramp whether that is just cramp or something a little bit more.“But that will take a good 36 hours. We are probably a little bit behind on our prep but we will judge that.”Fabian Delph has also given England a timely boost by returning to the group after travelling home for the birth of his daughter.Tune into talkSPORT for LIVE commentary of Sweden v England in the World Cup quarter-finals – Saturday, June 7: KICK OFF 3PM BST Vardy is an injury doubt for Saturday’s game against Sweden The Leicester City striker was a late substitute against Colombia and fans were puzzled when he did not step up to take a penalty.It was later revealed he had suffered a groin strain during extra-time, which led to him to have an injection immediately after the match.Speaking on Wednesday, Southgate played down fears over his team and seemed at ease about their fitness ahead of the Sweden game.“I think he’s fine,” Southgate said of Alli, who was replaced by Eric Dier in the 81st minute against Colombia.“We felt it was probably a good time to try solidify a little bit and with hindsight it was probably a good thing that he didn’t go to extra-time because that would have put him at a bit more risk.“So, hopefully he’s come through it OK. The Three Lions had a number of injury concerns following Tuesday’s epic penalty shoot-out victory over Colombia, which sealed their place in the last-eight.Manager Gareth Southgate joked that his dressing room was “like a scene from M*A*S*H*” following the physical, ill-tempered encounter against the South Americans.Alli was substituted in the second-half after struggling with a thigh strain that kept him out of group games against Panama and Belgium, while Young picked up an ankle injury.Captain Kane had a slight back problem after a number of tussles with Colombia defenders, Kyle Walker suffered from cramp and Jesse Lingard also picked up a knock.But, according to Sky Sports, all have responded well to treatment and there are no fears from within the England camp over their availability for Saturday’s game against Sweden in Samara.The Three Lions squad are set to take part in a private training session on Thursday, after only half of their players took part a light recovery session back at the Repino training base on Wednesday.Jamie Vardy is the only serious doubt for the quarter-final showdown. Southgate led half his England squad in a light recovery session on Wednesday 3