July 10th, 2019 | by St James GAA
Club News

What a week is has been at the St. James’ GAA/LFGA Cúl Camps 2019. Numbers were the highest they have ever been with 140 boys and girls in attendance. Hats off to our coaching staff who have put in a huge effort with all the children. The coaches were treated to pizza after today’s camp and this was received well by all the coaches.

It was a case of hard luck for the Galway minors last friday night. Mayo defeated Galway 1-18 to 1-17 in the Electric Ireland minor Connacht football final. St. James’ had two representatives on the team, Daniel McNulty and James Egan. Despite losing the final they are still within a chance of qualifying for another All-Ireland final but they will face the winners of Leinster and this game has yet to be decided. Well done to the James’ U-13 team and management.

The Jimmies had a convincing win over Claregalway and Salthill/Knocknacarra in the county league. They have now qualified for the county final and a time and date will be confirmed in the coming days by the county board. Congratulations to the St. James’ U14 team and management. The Jimmies had a comprehensive win last weekend in the Championship Final against Ballinasloe LGFA . Co-captains Roisín Crowe and Brooke Madden were presented with the cup from Geraldine Heverin, Secretary of Galway Ladies Football after the game. The Jimmies senior team had a great win in the league against Moycullen last weekend. The final score resulted St James’ 3-15, Moycullen 2-17. The James’ U-15 had a comprehensive win last Tuesday evening in the opening round of the U-15 ‘A’ county league. Mervue. This game was a repeat of the U-14 ‘A’ final and the Jimmies put on some exhibition of football to win the game.

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