The senior footballers will compete in the Kilmacud 7's this weekend, sending a team up for the first time in a number of years so best of luck to the lads.
The minor footballer have qualified for the West Board Final. They now await the winners of Barna and Oughterard in the final.
The juniors losty out to Renvyle in the West Board semi final in torrential conditions in Rosmuc on Sunday. Final score: Renvyle 4-10 SKGAA 1-10.
U6s training Wednesdays 6-7 St Mary's college front pitch new members very welcome
U7s train Tuesdays in Mcgrath's pitch, 6-7pm.
U-8's train in McGraths pitch tue. 6-7pm.Invited by Claregalway GAA to six club blitz on 23rd 10-12pm.
(U9s & u10 Football training continues in Cappagh on Tuesday at 6pm. Great turnout last Sunday. We will continue training Sunday mornings in Cappagh at 10.15 for the next few weeks unless games are organised. I9s plan to play Oranmore Sunday morning in Oranmore,
U10s preparing for inaugural skgaa u10 tournament Fitzpatrick cup
With teams from mayo dublin and galway on oct 1st
Training Mc Graths on
Tue @ 7pm
Sun @ 10am (moved from Saturday due to pitch allocation conflict with Barna rugby)
Match vs St Michaels on Sunday next, in Cappagh at 11am.
Still no details on League Group 4 play-off places.
Not all teams have matches played.
U12's play Naomh Anna Leitir Mór in 13B league final on Friday in Rossaveal (third time being rescheduled, so third time lucky).
U14's drew 1-8 a piece with Annaghdown in Qtr Final of Championship on Sunday. Waiting on replay to be fixed. Possibly on Friday evening.
The u13 squad travelled to the Austin Stacks tournament on 9th/10th Sept in Tralee. They were in a strong group and despite starting slow in the first two matches eventually came out with a tight win over Ballyboden St. Endas and a hard fought draw with NaGaeil of Tralee. That set us up with a table topping match v Legion of Killarney, which we ended up winning by 5 points thanks to some heroic tackling and blocks in the last 5 mins. Every player in the squad featured in those first 3 matches and played an important part. At one point it looked like a shoot out would be required to decide who went through to the Cup semi-final but Ballyboden beat NaGaeil in the final match to ensure we topped the table. A sign of the competition in our group was that the 3 qualifying teams from our group made it to their respective finals. In the semi-final we played NaPiarsaigh of Cork and came out on top at the end of a passion filled match (on and off the pitch) by 1 point. That set us up for a Cup final with Naas on Sun. Our lads fought bravely but on the day couldn't quite match the Kildare lads.All in all a hugely positive weekend with fabulous teamwork, fun and great football. Special thanks to all the parents and family members who made the trip to Tralee - they were the "extra man" we needed at times during the tournament.
We'll done to U16s lads involved in Ted Webb great to see Cathal lift the cup and 6 sk lads involved brill achievement well done to all coaches they had over years