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Big tussle for Manning Cup semi-final spots

first_imgThree more groups could have their first set of qualifiers for the second round of the FLOW/ISSA Manning Cup when games are contested in zones B, C and F this afternoon.The biggest fight for places to the next round is in Zone F, where Vauxhall, Excelsior and Jonathan Grant high schools are jostling for the top two spots.In Zone F games, Vauxhall take on Jonathan Grant at Vauxhall, Excelsior play Spanish Town High at Spanish Town Prison Oval and Norman Manley High entertain Ascot High at Maxfield Park playing field.In Zone B, Hydel High face Haile Selassie High at Duhaney Park, Dunoon play Cumberland at Rockfort playing field and Greater Portmore tackle Papine High at Ferdie Neita Park in Zone B.While in Zone C, leaders St George’s College will not play until the following day, meaning Innswood, who face pointless Kingston Technical, have a great opportunity to overtake Denham Town High and join the front-runners at the top on 19 points. In the other Zone C game, Eltham face Ardenne in a game of only academic interest.Vauxhall High lead Group F with 19 points, four more than Excelsior High and Jonathan Grant, and a win for Keon Broderick’s team against one of their main challengers would cement their second-round berth.Vauxhall High have two games remaining, while Jonathan Grant and Excelsior High have three to play, which means a draw or loss for Vauxhall would keep the door open for the chasers.In Zone B, Hydel (19) hold a six-point lead and could seal a second-round spot with at least a point against Haile Selassie. If the latter fail to take full points, Hydel High will be assured of at least a place in the next round.Papine will start favourites against Greater Portmore in the group’s other game, but they need a win to stay in touch, as after today’s games, they only have one match to play, while Haile Selassie and Hydel have two games each.After dropping valuable points to Ardenne High this week, Innswood High could put themselves back in pole position with a win over Kingston Technical.The Spanish Town-based school trail St George’s (19) by three points and Denham Town (16) on goal difference. However, Denham Town play St George’s tomorrow, so this will be a chance for Innswood High to improve their chances of getting into the next round, although they have a game in hand.Jamaica College and Calabar from Zone A, Kingston College from Zone G and Charlie Smith from Zone D have already booked their places in the next round.Yesterday’s resultCharlie Smith 2 Holy Trinity 2Today’s GamesZone BHydel vs Haile SelassieDunoon vs CumberlandGreater Portmore vs PapineZone CEltham vs ArdenneInnswood vs KTHSZone FSpanish Town vs ExcelsiorJonathan Grant vs VauxhallNorman Manley vs AscotHome teams named first. All games start at 3:30 p.m.last_img read more


first_imgBingo continues in the hall at 9pm on Tues. Lotto results CN,CE,DY,WW 5 Matched John C Moore Convoy Cassie Tinney Raphoe Loreta Patton Stranrolar,Moira Mc Hugh Convoy and Eunan Mc Bride Jnr, Convoy . Next week’s jackpot is €1700The Annual Airtricity Windmill walk will take place on the weekend of 6th Oct Stephanie has sponsor cards.Remembering Shane Bonner A 5 k walk/run will take place on Sun Sept 16th Registration at Gaa Pitch from 9 Walk/run at 11 everyone welcome .A Memorial Trophy in Shane’s name will be presented to the winner and refreshments afterwards in Mannies Convoy. St. Mary’s U-13 boy team enjoyed a 2nd victory in this year’s Northern League. Playing away to Burt the St Mary’s lads lead by 1-08 to 3 pts at Half time and they continued to dominate in the second half they ran out clear winners on a score line of 2-17 to 1-07Good overall team performance with Man of the Match performance from Shane MooreNext up is a home game v Red Hughs on Friday Sept 14thTeam and scorers: A Foy, J Black, J Duffy, S Moore, C McNamee, D Foy (Capt), S Patton, J Duffy (0-1), B McNamee (0-2), J Callan (0-2), E Kennedy(1-1), J McGill (0-3), J Gibson (1-0), C Patton(0-4), J Moore. Subs: K Gibson, C Bonner, O O’Donnell, G McBrien, J Gallagher, C Browne. U 13 girls were beaten at home by a strong Glenfin side nx game at home to Glenswilly on Wed .U 16 girls were beaten at home by Four Masters on Thurs.Well done to the Ladies who won at home v Malin a good strong team performance with notable displays from Fiona Mc Cumhaill, Sarah Allan and Cathy De Ward .Congratulations to the Gaelic for Mothers and Others who took part in a blitz in Randalstown today with teams from Armagh and Tyrone .The Ladies won 2 and drew with top scorer going to Mary Harper (T he Cork Woman) and score of the day a fine point from the sideline to Claire Mc Clean well done to all involved .Best of luck to U 15 boys in Championship Semi-final v St Eunans . Hard luck to the Senior men who were defeated in the Championship Semi-Final v Moville on Sat Evening in Buncrana on a scoreline of 1-11 to 13 ptsA fairly even contest with both teams keeping very close St Marys went in at half time with a 2 point lead but early in to the 2nd half they conceeded a penaltyto put Moville ahead by 2 and in the end Moville went on to win the Game by a point .CARDIAC SCREENING takes place in Stranorlar on Sat 29TH September beginning at 10 am .Julia will be in touch with anyone taking part Strictly rehearsals are in full swing sp put a date in your Diary for Oct 28th for a night to remember .Best of Luck to all our Young Student heading away or returning to College over the next few days and weeks .GAA NEWS: ST MARY’S GAA CLUB NOTES, CONVOY was last modified: September 9th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:convoySt Marys GAA club noteslast_img read more