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Mals indebted to McCann heroics in single-point win

The Malachis produced something of an upset in their Division 4C road-victory over table toppers, Dundalk Young Irelands. However, the Courtbane men were almost left to rue missing a host of chances, when at the death, they were left to thank net minder, Liam McCann who pulled off a series of fine saves to secure a one-point victory for his

Shelagh & Naomh Malachi Notes: May 11th

Shelagh News – (Ciorcal Comhrá) Conversational Irish group weekly meetings continue in the Naomh Malachi clubrooms on Thursday evenings from 8pm. Beginners welcome. Contact Clare 042 9377137. Free. On Friday, May 22nd, the Irish Group are having a ‘Ceol agus Craic’ night in Naomh Malachi. Their last ‘Ceol agus Craic’ night was a great success, and this one promises to be

Experience tells as Mals claim Kevin Mullen Plate

Naomh Malachi claimed their first silverware since 2011 with a hard-fought victory over a youthful St Kevins side in Courtbane on Sunday. Played in poor weather conditions, the home side used their experience to come from behind and secure a two-point victory. Despite the poor weather conditions, the home side got off to a great start and raced into a

Shelagh & Naomh Malachi Notes: May 4th

Shelagh News – (Ciorcal Comhrá) Conversational Irish group weekly meetings continue in the Naomh Malachi clubrooms on Thursday evenings from 8pm. Beginners welcome. Contact Clare 042 9377137. Free. – GAA training for U6, U8 & U10 children continues in Naomh Malachi every Friday night at 6.30pm. All children within the Shelagh area are welcome. Contact Micheal (087 2695290) for details. –

Injuries force abandonment

Two serious-looking injuries inside the opening stages of this Division 3 league encounter in Courtbane meant that referee, Stephen Murphy had no choice but to call a halt to proceedings as medical attention was required to both players. After Cian Callan had put the visitors ahead with a pointed free inside the opening minute, a high ball into the Phillipstown’