Belturbet club notes

August 14, 2019


Our Seniors take on Swanlinbar in Round 3 of the Intermediate Championship this Friday August 16th in St.Aidan's Park, Bawnboy.



Belturbet travelled to Mountnugent on Sunday last in the Division 3 Reserve Championship Quarter Final and came away with an impressive 3-21 to 3-8 victory. 
Mountnugent scored a goal with the first play of the game but the Rorys quickly settled into their stride. The running game and accurate finishing were evident throughout from Belturbet and they had a vast array of scorers. Conor Vaughan was again on top form with the boot scoring a high tally of points in the first half with Colum Dennehy, Evan O’Reilly, Mark Tully and a couple of excellent Gareth Fitzpatrick points completing the scoring. The first half goalscorer was a toss up between Conor and Evan as to who claimed the goal. The midfield pairing of Mark Teevan and Sean Og Lawlor were first class spaying great balls into the forward line and Sean Og was absolutely cleaned out of the game on the stroke of half time by the Mountnugent midfielder which resulted in a straight red card being issued. Belturbet with a huge half time lead and a man advantage continued to keep the scoreboard ticking along in the second half. Jack O’Callaghan, Conor, Jason O’Reilly, Colum, Mark Tully and Sean Og all raised white flags with Niall Lawlor who was between the posts also bombing up the pitch to score a point. 
The second half goals came from the boot of Jason O’Reilly who roofed his shot into the top corner of the Mountnugent net and Patrick O’Reilly whalloped a fine strike to the back of the net to put extra late gloss on the scoreboard and rubberstamp a thirteen point win. 
Belturbet: Niall Lawlor, Sean Grogan, Ronan Cahill, James McCaffrey, Mark O’Reilly, Jack O’Callaghan, Mark Teevan, Sean Og Lawlor, Evan O’Reilly, Mark Tully, Colum Dennehy, Conor Vaughan, Gareth Fitzpatrick. Subs introduced: Jason O’Reilly, Patrick O’Reilly, Ronan Vesey, Brian Wallace, Shane Lawlor, Killian Teevan.



Our U15s defeated Dernacrieve Gaels by 4-15 to 4-9 on Thursday evening last in the Division 3 Championship in Rory O'Moore Park.


Cavan Ladies

Well done to the Cavan Ladies who defeated Westmeath by 3-12 to 1-6 on Sunday last in the All Ireland Senior Championship Relegation Qualifier to secure their Senior Status for 2020.


Senior Ladies

Our Senior ladies were defeated by our neighbours Drumlane on Monday evening last in the last group game of the Intermediate Championship.


Belturbet Golf Club

Belturbet Golf Club are doing an offer of €242 for 2 years for a Beginner Golfer or €242 for a returning golfer who hasn't played golf for 2 years for 1 year.


Belturbet GFC Lotto Results 11/08/2019 Numbers Drawn: 1, 14, 16, 24. No Jackpot Winner. New Jackpot: €3,300 5 X €30 Winners. Dessie & Geraldine Vaughan. Tina Small, Online. Shannon Murphy, 5 Annagh Park, Belturbet. Ciaran Tierney, Cloverhill, Belturbet. Declan O'Reilly, c/o Bridie McKiernan. This weekend's lotto draw takes place in the Castle Bar. Co-Ordinator: Sean McGuigan.


Club Membership 

Many thanks for your continued strong and loyal support for our club. Family Membership in Club Belturbet is €300 for the year or €240 for the year for an individual membership in Club Belturbet. This will entitle members to free entry into all Belturbet games at underage and senior level as well as having their name entered into the weekly club lotto draw. If any member wishes to purchase the regular membership the fee for the year is €50. Membership fees for 2019 can be returned  to our club chairman Mark Lawlor, Secretary Paul O'Reilly, Treasurer Alan Traynor or indeed any of the club committee.


Social Media

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Material For Club Notes 

Anyone who wishes to have any news item in the Belturbet club notes please contact Mark on 0862119747 or email [email protected] by 11pm on Sundays.

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