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Our senior men are away to Tourlestrane this Sunday at 3pm in round 2 of the league. We wish to thank all our Premium Sponsors who give so generously to help finance the running of our club. This week we’d like to give a mention to James Duffy, Keash. James offers a tax consulting service and has been a great supporter to the club down through the years.
Well done to our senior ladies who had a comprehensive win against Drumcliff last Sunday.
Our U14 boys have been chosen as a host team for this year's National Feile competition. The competition takes place at the end of June and the club looks forward to welcoming Warwickshire from the UK to our area for that weekend. The other two teams in our group are St. John's, Sligo and Delaware GAA Club, Philadelphia.
Well done to Keash National School who this week won the Sligo INTO Mini 7's competition after defeating St. Molaise NS, Grange in the final. This was Keash's first time to win the competition and all 10 members of the panel are Eastern Harps players.
Well done to Aoife Lyons from Culfadda who came second in the skills competition.
Congrats to Dylan Walsh and the Sligo U17 team and management on winning the Jim McGuigan Cup by beating Down by a point in Clones last week.
Our U21 men's team has reached the semi-final of the competition courtesy of a 6 point win against Coolaney/Mullinabreena. An Evan Lavin first-half goal helped us lead by 1.6 to 0.06 points at half time. Coolaney/Mullinabreena dominated the second half but Harps playing with a strong wind proved resolute in defense and 3 late points from Shane O Grady (2) and Ronan Mulligan secured a very flattering 1.12 to 0:09 points victory. The semi-final is fixed for Good Friday in Keash at 7pm.
Bingo continues every Friday night at 8.30pm in Gurteen Hall. The jackpot is €3,300 in 48 calls or less. The in house lotto is €400. There are loads of extra prizes this Friday for Easter.