The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Futsal competitions were held on Sunday 12th May in Corofin GAA Hall. The standard was very high with some matches decided on penalties. It was coordinated by Flan Brennan and his very efficient team of helpers.
In the boys U13 competition five teams participated. In the first round Corofin/Kilnaboy met Moylussa “ it finished all square at full time Moylussa 2 won 3 – 1 after penalties. In the semi finals Lisdoonvarna/Doolin/Kilfenora/Kilshanny were beaten 6 – 0 by a much stronger Moylussa 1. While Moylussa 2 went down to Ballynacally/Lissycasey 7 – 0.The final was a very close match between Ballynacally/Lissycasey and Moylussa 1 with the east Clare side winning 2 – 1.
In the Boys U15 only four teams took part. In the semi finals L.D.K.K. was beaten 3 – 2 by Corofin/Kilnaboy while Ennis St Johns beat Moylussa 2 – 1. The final between Corofin and Ennis St Johns was an extremely exciting close match with Ennis coming out on top by the narrowest of margins 3 – 2 to take the gold and the honour to represent Clare in the Munster finals in July.
The Golden Vale Milk Clare Community Games Futsal competitions for Boys & Girls took place on Saturday 15th May in Corofin. The competition was very well co-ordinated by Flan Brennan and his team. The medals were presented by County Chairman Fiach McHugh. There was some very exciting matches with Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry girls & the Ennis St John’s boys coming out with gold. The winners in each now go forward to represent Clare in the Munster Finals in July.
The Munstergroup Clare Community Games Futsal competition took place in St Flannan's Sports Hall on Sat 20th and Sun 21st April. In the Girls competition on Saturday Ennistymon/Lahinch/Liscannor beat Inch/Kilmaley/Connolly in the final. On Sunday in the boys Futsal the two Ennis sides batted it out for the opportunity to represent Clare in the Festival of Sport in Athlone 24th-26th May. The Ennis A team won the gold. Thanks to Flan Brennan for co-ordinating and to referees Michael O'Halloran (Sixmilebridge) and Tony McInerney (Ennis). Full results below.
The munstergroup Insurance Clare Community Games Boys & Girls U-13 Futsal competitions took place on Sat last 26th Apr in St Flannan's College. 8 boys & 3 girls teams took part. The co ordinator was Flan Brennan. The standard was extremely high with going of the matches very close. Ennis emerged as winners in both competitions. In the quarter finals Parteen beat Inch/Kilmaley/Connolly 3-2, Ennis St Johns "A" beat Kilmurry McMahon/Labbasheeda 11-0, Shannon beat Kilmurry McMahon/Labbasheeda "A" 2-1, Ennis St Johns "B" beat Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry 4-3. In the semi-finals Ennis St Johns "A" beat Parteen 2-1 & Ennis St Johns "B" beat Shannon 6-3. In the finals Ennis St Johns "B" beat Ennis St Johns "A" 5-3 and Parteen beat Shannon 4-3 for the Bronze medals. In the girls competition only three teams took part. Ennis St Johns beat Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry 5-4 which was a very closely contested match all the way through matching score for score. Ennis then met Ennistymon/Lahinch/Liscannor in the finals but Ennis were the much stronger side winning 7-2. Both the Ennis St Johns boys & girls now have the honour of representing Clare in the Munster finals in U.L. in July.
The munstergroup Clare Community Games Futsal Competition took place on Saturday 25th (U15 Girls & Boys) and Sunday 26th (U13 Girls and Boys) April in Corofin GAA Hall. Many thanks to co-ordinator, Flan Brennan, and his team. The results are as follows: -
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Futsal competition was held on Sat 30th April in Corofin. Many thanks to Flan Brennan and his team for once again doing an excellent job running this event. Full results below.
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Futsal competitions for both girls & boys U13 & U15 were held in Lisdoonvarna Astro Turf on 14th & 15th January under the coordination of Flan Brennan. On Saturday it was the girls competitions. The standard in these competitions were high with some very good matches. The Gold medals in each now go forward to represent Clare in the Mnster Finals in U.L. on Sunday 2nd April.
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Futsal competitions took place over a number of weekends during March and April in Corofin GAA Hall with many teams from across the county participating. Many thanks to coordinators Flan Brennan and Mark Nestor and their dedicated team of assistants and referees. The standard was high with some of the matches so close that they went to extra time and penalty shoot outs. The winners now go forward to represent Clare in the Munster Finals in U.L. In July.
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Futsal competitions were held on Saturday 11th May in Corofin GAA Hall. The standard was very high with some matches decided on penalties. It was coordinated by Flan Brennan and his very efficient team of helpers.
In the girls U13 competition eight teams participated. In the quarter finals Moylussa beat Corofin/Kilnaboy White 5 – 0, Corofin/Kilnaboy Red beat Ballynacally/Lissycasey 4 – 3 on penalties. Doora/Barefield beat Tulla and Ennis St Johns beat L.D.K.K. In the semi finals Ennis beat Moylussa 1 – 0 and Doora/Barefield beat Corofin Red 2 – 0. Moylussa won the bronze 1 – 0. The final was a close encounter by near neighbours with Doora/Barefield beating Ennis St Johns 2 – 1.
In the U15 competition five teams took part. Corofin/Kilnaboy beat Ballynacally/Lissycasey for a place in semi final. In the semi finals Ennis St Johns beat Inch/Kilmaley/Connolly and Corofin/Kilnaboy beat Moylussa. Inch/Kilmaley/Connolly won bronze. In the final the Ennis St Johns girls were the much stronger side winning 5 – 2.
The Boys Under 13 Futsal team, from Ennis St.Johns, won the Gold in the Munster finals in July in UL. At the National finals in Athlone in August 2010, they won their semi-final. In the final, they were narrowly beaten by Carlow in a penalty shoot out after extra time, and returned home with Silver medals (Gerard Kennedy, Cathal Lynch, William Twumasi, Ronan Kerin, Barry Woods, James Coakley, Patrick McDaid).