Post Date : Mon 18 Sep 2017 10:25 AM

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Post Date : Mon 18 Sep 2017 10:20 AM

Senior Men

Our senior men’s championship hopes ended on Friday night following a seven-point defeat to St Paul’s in Ballymacnab, 3 – 12 to 1 – 11.
The Shane’s made a terrible start to the game and after fifteen they trailed 1 – 6 to no score before a Mark McCabe point got the scoreboard moving for the Camlough side. Danny Monaghan followed this up with a well taken point before the sides swapped two points apiece with Connaire Mackin and Matthew Girvan on target for the Shane’s but the Lurgan side still led by seven at this stage. However, St Paul’s stretched their advantage when a sweeping move saw them record their second goal of the contest which they quickly followed up two further points to see them lead by twelve. The Shane’s finished the half better than they started and fired over three unanswered points, all from the boot of Matthew Girvan, to trail by nine at the break, 2- 10 to 0 – 7.
The Shane’s began the second-half where they left off in the first and kept the scoreboard ticking over with three points on the trot, with Connaire Mackin, Mark McCabe and David McCabe all on target to leave six between them. The Camlough side sensed that they were getting themselves back into contention but they were hit with a real sucker punch when St Paul’s netted their third goal of the game to put them nine in front again. Mark McCabe replied for the Shane’s with a well taken point before his brother David got on the end of a high ball to flick the ball to the net to leave just five between them with less than ten minutes on the clock. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts this proved to be the Shane’s last score of the game as St Paul’s tagged on a further two points in the dying minutes to claim a seven-point win, 3 – 12 to 1 – 11.
Minor Boys
The minor boys’ amalgamation of Patrick Rankins are scheduled to play Maghery in the championship final on Wednesday 27th September in the Athletic Grounds at 8:15 pm.
Minor Girls
Our minor girls have a championship shield semi-final game at home this coming Wednesday 20th September at 6:30 pm against either Cullyhanna or Ballyhegan but this is subject to change.
U12 Girls
Training for our U12 girls moves indoors this coming Wednesday night, 20th September in Cloughreagh Community Centre from 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm.
Meabh O’Neill’s Camogie
Underage camogie training continues on Wednesday evening from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at the field. The camogie club would like everyone who helped with and contributed to their bucket collection in Camlough last Saturday. 
7-A-Side Minor Ladies Blitz
Our 7-A-Side minor ladies blitz, kindly sponsored by BM Steel, is taking place on Saturday 30th September. Spaces are filling up very quickly and there are only a limited number of places remaining. At the minute, we have teams from Armagh, Down, Louth, Antrim, Derry, Donegal and Galway competing in what should be a great day's ladies football. Any team interested in taking part but still haven't registered please do so asap to avoid disappointment.
Gaelic4Mothers & Others
The Shane's Gaelic4Mothers & Others is starting at the club this Monday evening, 18th Sept from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. All participants must be over 18 and not currently playing football. Anyone who is interested in a combination of exercise, football and craic... not necessarily in that order... should consider themselves invited and bring and friend along for 1 hour of guaranteed fun.
All enquiries to Peter Lynch on 07876 453546.
Merchandise Orders
The club will be taking orders for skinny bottoms on Monday 18th & 25th September in the clubhouse from 9:00 pm. The prices are:
ADULT: Small – XL £34.00
KIDS: 5/6 – 12/13 £26.00
Please note that this will be the Christmas order and full payment is required when ordering. All other club merchandise can be ordered directly from 
Townlands Challenge
The club was honoured and privileged to have entered a team in The Townlands Challenge hosted by Killeavy GAC on Saturday in memory of their player and member Conor Quinn and in aid of PIPS, Newry & Mourne. The Shane’s were drawn in Group 2 alongside Killean, Low Road Foughill and Meigh Village and fielded the following team: Mick Mackin, David Muckian, Connaire Mackin, Moya Feehan, Aimee Mackin, Paddy Gregory, Ciaran Mackin, Emmet Murtagh, Micheál Brady, Kevin Hughes, Oliver Cromie and former Armagh captain Ciaran McKeever. Following a number of brilliant performances, the Shane’s team made it to the semi-final before eventually losing out by a few scores.
The club would like to thank Killeavy for the invite, for their hospitality on the day and congratulate them on their efforts for a truly worthwhile cause.
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The picture is Meabh O’Neill’s senior camogs – Junior B championship winners
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Post Date : Sun 17 Sep 2017 10:04 PM

What weekend for sport enthusiasts and it all began with the First Round of the Vegas Cup Thursday night. The Newry and District Pool League introduced the international pool rule were you must hit a cushion after every shot unless you pot a ball. The other massive changes saw cup matches now being played with 3 pairs games and 6 individuals games.
The feedback has been overwhelmingly in favour of these new changes. The players love the new rules and the new format for cup games has gone down a treat. Captains were able to give all 12 of their squad a game but at the same time only needed 6 to play the match. The captains will earn their corn this season!

The tie of the 1st round was undoubtedly Whitecross verses Husters. These two teams look the best quipped of any of the teams to challenge CWC A for the title. And boy did these two not disappoint.
Whitecross settled the quicker on their home table taking all 3 of the Pairs matches.
Michael Feenan and debutant Conall McCavitt took a good opener against Cathal McCoy and Shane McAllister.
Gavin Malone and Brian O'Neill doubled that lead when they beat Billy and Ciaran O'Neill.
Cathal and Shane Phelan won on their return to the Whitecross line-up to make it 3-0. Micky Cunningham and old pals Kevin Magee unable to stop the Hustlers rot.
On to the singles and Cathal Phelan was up first for the hosts against Barry Murphy. Murphy upset the odds when he potted the black after a superb escape from a Phelan snooker to make it 3-1.
'Diddles' McArdle breathed new life in the contest with some stunning pots for 3-2, beating the talented Noel Donaldson.
It looked all over bar the shouting though when Shane Phelan stole the 5th frame off an impressive Phillip Murphy to make it 4-2.
Shane McAllister and James Toner promised to be a cracker between 2 great players and it fittingly it went to a re-spot black after the 20 mins had elapsed. McAllister took it and now at 4-3 it was game on.
Cathal McCoy was favourite against home hero Gareth McCann. This one went to form and this fantastic match was down to a decider.
Kevin Magee loves the big stage. His Whitecross opponent Barry Shields hasn't much Premier Division experience compared to the wrinkled Magee. Shields fluffed his chance and Magee held his nerves to complete a brilliant win for Hustlers and a place in round 2.
CWC A are hot favourite's and the comfortably booked their place in the 2nd round with an 7-2 demolition of Foresters A.
Kieran McMahon and Seamus McGeohegan; Paddy Tavey and Bernie Magee then Doubles winners Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle had CWC A in cruise control for 3-0.
Kieran McMahon was in devestaing form when he crushed Chris McKeown for 4-0.
An impressive Stephen Rooney booked CWC A into round 2 when he took out Hugh McGrath for 5-0.
Stephen Teggart made his CWC debut making it 6-0 against Raymond Magee.
Experienced former South Armagh player Kieran Loughran got Foresters on the board when he beat Harvey Lavelle and Jimmy Magee beat Pat Brady to give a bit more respectability to the scoreline at 6-2.
Paddy Tavey wasn't feeling just as generous though when he ousted John Allen to finish off a good opening performance for last year's league champions 7-2.

Premier Division Bear's crashed out to lower league opposition Trainor's Bar on Canal Street. Division 1 side Trainor's lost the Pairs battle 2-1 but amazingly pushed on in the singles matches to stun the toothless Bears.
Garry Powell and Neill Heaney gave the crossroads pub an early lead beating Derek and Aaron Ruddy.
William McShane and Paul McParland are tremendous potters and levelled the scores 1-1 with a good win over Ralph Crummy and Anthony Morgan.
Seamus Keenan and Paul Murphy ensured the favourites would go into the singles matches ahead with a win over Pat Darling and Dylan Morgan.
Joe Fearon levelled the scores with some excellent pool defeating the talented Garry Powell for 2-2.
Alex Carlon gave the home side the lead for the first time after a tactical battle with Anthony Morgan.
Adrian 'Oz' Holman had all the pressure dumped on his shoulders. He cracked under the pressure and Conor Quinn put the Canal Street Crazy Gang on the verge of a famous victory at 4-2.
Tiarnan Casey couldn't drag Trainor's over the line. Seamus 'the snail' Keenan pulled it back to 4-3.
Frank McArdle was taking on the exciting sharp shooter Neil 'Baby Faced Assassin' Heaney. It was McArdle who adapted better to the new rules and much to the delight of Trainor's Barmy Army he sealed a memorable victory and a place in round 2.
Derek Ruddy applied icing on the cake win his win over Michael Fitzpatrick made it 6-3 to Trainor's. Trainor's are a good attacking side and we said in our pre-season blog that they will be a force to be reckoned with in Division 1.

Dan's have a fresh young attacking side this season and got their season off to a flying start. The Premier Division side were taking on minnows St. Monnina B in a one sided match.
Seamus and Jimmy McVerry then Barney Preece and Niall Connolly blitzed the Saints for a 2-0 lead.
P Donnelly and D Donnelly took the next to trail 2-1.
Barney Preece hammered former Premier Division player Mark Shevlin for 3-1 Dan's.
Seamus McVerry made it 4-1 before Daddy Jimmy McVerry booked a place in round 2 at 5-1.
Niall Connelly, Michael Green and Niall O'Hagan left the scoreline a thumping 8-1 and showed up a real gulf in class.

Trainor's Bar in Camlough who are newly promoted to the Premier Division were stunned by Division 1 side Windmill.
Brendan McVerry and David Heartly took the opener against Tommy Mooney and Paddy McKeown for 1-0 Windmill.
Liam Bradley and David Doran then Niall McVerry with Charlie Doherty reversed the score for 2-1 Trainor's. Stephen Gray and Conor Cunningham then Cristopher  Marley and Paddy Cauldwell the beaten Windmill Pairings.
Stephen Gray was back in but he was unable to stop Tommy Mooney making it 3-1.
Conor Cunningham and Niall McVerry clashed in the best looking match-up on the game. Cunningham showed his potting prowess to peg the scores back to 3-2.
Liam Bradley looked to have all but booked the Camlough side onto round 2 when he made it 4-2 beating a useful Brendan McVerry.
Christopher Marley and then David Heartly took advantage of a beatable looking Trainor's back 3 to square up the match. Paddy McKeown and Mark Trainor the victims.
Paddy Cauldwell from Windmill and Lukie Phelan would play for a place in round 2. It wasn't pretty on the eye but eventually Cauldwell fell over the line and Windmill were well relieved to get a big win over their old Division 1 sparring partners.

Millvale scraped over the line in a titanic match against St. Monnina A.
Paddy McCann and Tom McGuinness have added a bit steel to the Saints and took the opener.
Paul Rowland and Kevin Hillen levelled before Tommy O'Hanlon and Killian McDonnell gave the home side a 2-1 lead in the pub formerly known as the Pit Bar.
Declan Brady then Conor McQuid reversed he scoreline for 3-2 St. Moninna.
Paul Rowland tied things up again at 3-3 and a Sky Sports Classic looked on the cards.
Gary Gibney put Millvale on the hill at 4-3 but the Saints came roaring back to bring the match to a decider thanks to the vastly experienced Tom McGuinness.
Tommy O'Hanlon v Paddy Hughes to decide who would go through to the 2nd round. No quarter was given and none was asked. This was a battle of wits and O'Hanlon with his superior potting squeezed Millvale through.

So many brilliant games played and roll on Cunningham Cup this Thursday coming. And remember were Still The biggest league In Ireland

Post Date : Fri 15 Sep 2017 08:51 AM

14th September 2017, Joseph (Joe) passed away peacefully in hospital surrounded by his loving family. Joe, beloved husband of Mary, son of the late Peter and Mary and brother of the late Tommy and Kathleen Hunter.

Funeral on Saturday from his home, 31 Ard Ri Gardens, BT60 4BS  at 10:15 am to St Malachy's Church for 11:00 am Mass, burial afterwards in St Patrick's Cemetery.
Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons Peter, Brendan, daughters Angela, Ailish, Dympna, grandchildren, great-grandson, sons in law, daughter in law Frances, family circle and friends.
St Joseph pray for him.
Post Date : Fri 15 Sep 2017 08:47 AM
13th September 2017, Frank McDonnell passed away peacefully. Frank, beloved husband of Theresa and loving father of Dolores (Bryan) and Pauline (McQuillan).
His remains will leave his late residence 32 Caramoyle Estate on Saturday to arrive at St Patrick's Church for 11 am funeral mass. Burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery.
Deeply regretted by his loving wife daughters, sons in law Jeremy and Eddie, grandchildren Matthew and Megan, sisters Margaret and Bridget and the entire family circle. 
On his soul sweet Jesus have mercy. 

Family flowers only please donations in lieu to Dunlarg Care Home c/o of any family member 

Post Date : Fri 15 Sep 2017 08:45 AM
14th September 2017, Bridgie Fearon passed away peacefully surrounded by her devoted family in Daisy Hill Hospital. Dearly beloved wife of Joe and much loved mother of Kieran, Claire, Maria and Eamonn. 
Our Lady of Lourdes pray for her. 
Funeral leaving her home 32 Carnagat Park, Newry on Saturday 16th September 2017, at 12:15 pm for 1 pm Requiem Mass in the Church of Mary of the Assumption, Drumalane. Interment immediately afterwards in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Meigh.
Bridgie will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her husband, sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, her brothers and sisters Rosie, Kay, Mickey, Paddy, Ann, Mary and Geraldine and the entire family circle. 
Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. 

Family flowers only. Donations in lieu if desired to the Dementia Society. 

Post Date : Fri 15 Sep 2017 08:41 AM
13th September 2017, Ciaran Michael John O’Hare passed away suddenly. Ciaran Michael John, beloved husband of Angie, and loving father of Ciaran, Adam, Brittany, Alexa and Aimee.
His remains will leave his late residence 19 Bog Road, Attical at 10:15 am on Monday for 11:00 am Requiem Mass in St Colman’s Church Massforth.
Burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery. 
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons, daughters, father Jim, brothers, sisters, father in law Seamus, mother in law Rose and entire family circle.
Ciaran's remains will repose at the family home from 1 pm to 10 pm Saturday and Sunday

Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his Soul 

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