The Club was affiliated to the GAA in 1925 and incorporates the two half-parishes of Corofin & Belclare.
The official club colours are Saffron and Green.

Club Notes April 2014

Club Notes 28 April

Well done to Corofin Under 21s who had a comfortable win over Dunmore MacHales in the North Board (A) semi-final on Saturday evening in Tuam. Corofin led by 1-15 to 0-4 at half time. The final score was Corofin 3-20 to Dunmore MacHales 1-9.
Scorers – Corofin: Ian Burke 1-5, Martin Farragher 1-4, Jason Leonard 0-6 (1 free), Kieran Molloy 1-0, Seán Silke 0-2 (1 free), Dylan Wall 0-2, Conor Raftery 0-1.
Scorers – Dunmore MacHales: Matthew Reddington 5 points (4 frees), Ian Ferrick 4 points (all frees), Micheál Brady 1 goal.

Corofin team: David Wall, Kieran Molloy, Conor Cunningham, Conor Langan, Seán O’Boyle, Liam Silke, Ryan Ludden, Aaron Molloy (capt), Brian Raftery, Dylan Wall, Jason Leonard, David Newell, Seán Silke, Martin Farragher, Ian Burke.
Subs: Conor Raftery for Jason Leonard (inj), Colin Brady for Seán Silke, Cathal Daly for David Newell, Scott Veldon for Dylan Wall, Liam Lawless for Ryan Ludden, Seán Reilly for David Wall.
The second semi-final between Mountbellew – Moylough and Claregalway was abandoned early in the second half, due to a serious injury to the Mountbellew – Moylough full back, Patrick Keaveney. We wish him a full recovery.

Our intermediate team plays Ballinasloe in the league next Sunday (4 May) at 3.00 pm in Corofin.

Our seniors play Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir in round 4 of the league next Monday (5 May) at 3.00 pm in Corofin.

The minor league final in which we play Mountbellew – Moylough may be scheduled for this weekend. Check out Facebook, Twitter or Club Website for details.

Our under 14 team play Claregalway in a league match in Belclare on Friday evening at 7.00 pm.

Under 10, 8 and 6 continue training on Saturday mornings at 10.00 pm.

The Raftery Cup starts on Wednesday 7 May in Belclare with the first game at 6.15 pm.

The Corofin lotto jackpot continues to grow and is now worth €9,950. There was no winner of the lotto jackpot and two match 3s - Jason Coen, Garra and Anne Canney, Belclare. The numbers drawn were 3, 12, 24, 25. Next week's draw is in Raftery's.

The club sympatises with the Stephens family, Corofin, on the death of Joseph Kemple (RIP), Manchester and formerly of Cloonfush, Tuam.

Under 10 training continues every Tuesday at 6.15 in Belclare and again every Thursday at 6.15 in Corofin.
Under 12 training is on Thursday 1st and Tuesday 6th in Belclare @ 6.15.
Under 14s have training Friday the 3rd at 6.30pm in Belclare.
The u16s played Moycullen, away and had a good win, 3-14 to 1-9.
The under 18s (minors) have training on Friday the 2nd @ 7pm in Belclare. All players willing to be part of the minor panel are asked to attend. Please bring Gumshields.
The Connacht Minor final is on Monday 5th May, Galway vs Mayo. We wish our club player Dearbhla Gower the best of luck.
The County U16s start their Championship campaign on Sunday 4th when Galway play Roscommon. We wish our club players, Leanne Coen, Orla Canney & Chelsea Blade, and Stephen Hession part of the team management, the best of luck.
Well done to the Club senior players, Leonie Higgins, Tina Hughes, Roisín Leonard, Meadhbh Maloney, Tracy Leonard and Una Carroll, all of whom were part of the County senior panel that beat Meath to qualify for the League all Ireland final

As the ‘Night at the Greyhounds’ for Galway ladies football is on next Saturday night, this is your last chance to get tickets. Tickets are available from David Gower 086 2350004. Note for the diary: Corofin Ladies LGFA Registration evening is on the 9th May from 7.00 to 9.00 pm in Belclare.

Club Notes 21 April
The seniors continued their good run in the league with a 5-13 to 1-10 win over Menlough, played in Menlough last Saturday. Corofin now top the table after 3 rounds. Their next league game is on Sunday 4 May against Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir in Corofin.

Our intermediates were defeated by Barna in the league on Sunday on a scoreline of Barna 3-10 to Corofin 1-9.

All support is welcome for the under 21s, who play Dunmore in the North Board A Semi-final in Tuam Stadium this Saturday 26 April at 5.00 pm.

The minors play Glenamaddy/Glinsk in the league in Glenamaddy at 7.00 pm this Wednesday evening.

The U-16s played a league game on Tuesday evening against Glenamaddy/Glinsk in Glenamaddy.

The Corofin lotto jackpot has now reached €9,800 as there was no winner of the lotto jackpot and no match 3s this week. The numbers drawn were 7, 25, 26, 30. Next week’s draw takes place in Canavan’s, Belclare.

Under 10 training continues every Tuesday at 6.15 in Belclare and again every Thursday at 6.15 in Corofin.

Under 12 training on Thursday 24th and Tuesday the 29th in Belclare @ 6.15.

U16s play Moycullen in the league, this Wednesday 23rd in Belclare at 6pm. Last weeks game ended in a draw, Corofin 7-4 to Claregalway 6-7.

Corofin Ladies Senior team won their first League match of the season versus Killanin on Good Friday. In the first half Corofin played good attacking football and scored three fine goals that helped us lead comfortably at half time. The second half required resilient defending as Killanin came back at us, particularly during a period when we had a player yellow carded, and we held out for a single point victory with a final score of Corofin 3-9 Killanin 0-17. Thank you to all the players who, in the face of our injury crisis, made special arrangements to be at the match or break from study to play. Congratulations to Amy O'Donovan and Chloe Langan, two of our aspiring U16 players, who made their debut for the Seniors and fitted in very well.

Tickets remain available from David Gower 086 2350004 for the important Galway Ladies Football fundraiser night at Galway Greyhound Stadium on Saturday 3rd May. All money raised will be going into running the competitions our Club teams participate in and towards fielding all the Inter County teams many of our players and coaches are actively involved in. Ladies Football is not part of the GAA and will not be receiving any Sky money, so it is vital to our sport that we support fundraisers of this kind.

Club Notes 14 April

The seniors had good win in round 2 of the league over Tuam Stars on Saturday evening by 2-11 to 0-10.

In the junior A league we played Mountbellew / Moylough. It was 0-05 to 0-03 in favour of Mountbellew / Moylough at half time, but Mountbellew / Moylough dominated the 2nd half to run out convincing winners by 3-08 to 0-06.

Our minors lost the league game last Wednesday on a scoreline of Mountbellew/Moylough 2-14 to Corofin 3-8.

Under 16 played Caherlistrane last evening Tuesday in the third round of the league.

We play Glenamaddy-Glinsk in the 4th round of the league on Tuesday 22nd of April at 7.00 in Glenamaddy.

It was Under 14 Féile weekend with the first of our Under 14 teams taken part in the Féile Competition in Clonbern. They had wins over Mountbellew-Moylough and Kilkerrin-Clonberne and a draw with Glenamaddy-Glinsk in the group stages, which left them level with Glenamaddy-Glinsk and a play-off was required between the two teams to determine a group winner which Corofin won. This resulted in a semifinal game against Monivea-Abbeyknockmoy in Tuam Stars pitch on Saturday evening, which Corofin won on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-6 following a great game of football. This secured a place in the final in Pearse Stadium on Sunday against Bearna. However Bearna proved too strong for Corofin winning by 2-6 to 0-5. Although bitterly disappointed at losing the final, it was a great achievement to get there. The panel who took part in the Féile over the weekend consisted of Eoin Broderick, Andrew Burns, David Cannon, Robert Carr, Ian Collins, Matthew Cooley, Joey Duggan, Tony Gill, Cian Gillespie, Jason Gorham, Adam Hession, Jake Hogan, Dean Hynes, Adam Lowry, Ciarán Melia, Jack McHugh, Jamie McIntyre, Darren O’Brien, Seán Raftery, David Reilly and Rossa Ryan.

Our second team travelled to Carraroe for their Féile competition and were narrowly defeated by Carraroe, Clifden and Lettermore. This was a great display by this very young team and managers who travelled to Carraroe and give such a good account of themselves and will stand to them for next year’s competition.
Corofin GAA would like to thank the players team mentors and parents for giving their time last weekend and making it such a brilliant weekend for everyone.

Under 12 continue training on Mondays in Belclare.

Under 10, 8 and 6s continue training on Saturday mornings in Belclare at 10am.

There was no winner of the lotto jackpot and no match 3s. The numbers drawn were 7, 15, 17, 18. Next week's jackpot is €9,650 with draw taking place in the Cellar Bar.

Under 10 training continues every Tuesday at 6.15 in Belclare. We have a match versus Caherlistrane on Wednesday the 16th at 6.15 in Belclare There is no Training on Holy Thursday.

Under 12 training on Thursday 17th and Tuesday the 22nd in Belclare @ 6.15.

Under 14 training takes place on Friday at 6.30 in Belclare.

Well done to all the U14 girls who took part in the Féile. They played some great games but lost out in the end to Killererin/Clonberne the overall winners of A Féile.

The 1st round of the U14 League is due to start next week.

Under 16s play Claregalway in the league, Weds 16th in new pitch Claregalway at 7pm.

Club Notes 7 April

Our senior team have their first home league game in Corofin at 6.00 pm this Saturday against Tuam Stars. Club members are eligible to free entry to the game on presentation of membership card at the gate.

The Galway seniors retained their Division 2 status despite suffering a one-point defeat to Monaghan in Clones, on Sunday.

Our minors play Mountbellew/Moylough in the Minor A Football League – North at 7.00 pm this Wednesday evening in Corofin.

Under 16s defeated Dunmore in the first round of the league. They played Annaghdown on last night Tuesday. They play Caherlistrane in the third round of the league on Tuesday 15th of April in Corofin at 7.00 pm.

The under 14B team defeated Kilkerrin-Clonberne in a league match played in Belclare on Friday evening.

This weekend our two under 14 teams take part in the Galway Féile Competition. The under 14A team will play their group games on Saturday in Clonberne against Glenamaddy-Glinsk at 11.40am, Mountbellew-Moylough at 12.20pm and Kilkerrin-Clonberne at 2.40pm. The under 14B team will play their group games on Saturday in Carraroe against Clifden at 11.40am, Carraroe at 12.20pm and Lettermore at 2.40pm.

Under 12 continue training on Thursday and Monday evening in Belclare.

Under 10, 8, and 6 continue their training on Saturday morning in Belclare at 10am.

Corofin GAA School of Excellence Easter Camp takes place from 15th to 17th of April in Belclare from 10am to 1pm for players aged 7 to 14 years old. The cost is €20 per child for the three day camp. All players must bring a packed lunch.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot and no match 3s. The numbers drawn were 25, 27, 29 & 30. Next week's jackpot is €9,500 with draw taking place in the Man of Aran.

The club offers its sympathy to the family and friends of Maura Canney (née O Brien), RIP, Belclare, Galway who died recently.

U10 training continues every Tuesday and Thursday at 6.15 in Belclare.
U12 training takes place on Thursday 10th and again on Tuesday the 15th in Belclare at 6.15. Preparations are underway for the U14s Féile taking place this weekend the 12th & 13th. Please come out and support.
U16s play St Brendan’s, Ballygar this Wednesday, 9th in Ballygar at 7pm.
Galway Ladies Footballers have a Night at the Dogs on the 3rd May. This is an important fundraiser for both Club and County teams. Tickets cost €20 and are available from David Gower. The cost of the tickets include entry to the stadium, finger food and entry into a prize draw for €1000. Please support this fundraiser.

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