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Review of club achievements 2009

28 - Jan - 2010


2009 Review - U14 All conquering team


-         Roinn “B” League winners

-         Roinn “A” Championship winners


Management team of Patrick Maguire, Tomas Kellegher, Seamus Martin & Micheal Smith. This management team also looked after the U13 team for the championship in August. Enclosed is the Team after winning Roinn A Championship Final


Back Row Management L-R: Patrick Maguire, Seamus Martin, Michael Smith, and Tomas Kellegher Players: Ricky Heyneman, Benjamin Kelly, Niall Farrell, Ben Kiernan, Dylan Maguire, Darren Donohoe, Paddy Mc Goldrick, Liam Mc Aweeny, Shane Galligan & Dylan Raythorne Front L-R: Conor Mc Aweeny, Sean Garrett, Killian Leonard, Eoin Doonan, Liam Galligan, Oran Duffy, Ciaran Leonard, Michael Devine, Hayden Kellegher, Daragh O’Shea and Ryan Farrell

This team beat Drumlane in the league final and beat Crosserlough in Roinn “A” Championship final for the first time in the club’s history.


The U16 boys played as part of Drumport winning the Div 3 Championship. This group were looked after by Thomas Doonan, P.P. Galligan & Aidan Rudden.


The U12’s played many games and were beaten in the league final. Thanks to their management team of Noel O Shea, Tony Mc Goldrick, Dessie Maguire and Damien Mc Kenna.


The U10’s played in many tournaments and completed the blitzes from May till end of September and were coached and organised by Damien Mc Kenna, with Jim McManus, PP Galligan, Micheal McNulty, Mark Plunkett, Antony McBrien, all helped with the coaching and management side of things.
We also had great help from Noelle Maguire, Sinead Maguire, Connor Bannon, & Sean McGoldrick.They were great with the coaching of the U8s.

We also had occasional help when needed from Joey Edwards, Catherine Maguire, Theresa Leonard, & Martina McGovern


The Minors were also part of Drumport (Templeport & Drumlane) and were coached by Aidan Rudden & Patsy Maguire.


The U21 were also looked after by Patsy & Aidan.


The seniors and division 5 Management Team was Tommy Mimna, Aidan Rudden and Adrian Mc Govern.


In November Adrian Mc Govern was announced as manager of the Cavan ladies for 2010. He has stepped down as club ladies manager after being involved for 16 Years.




November in The Slieve Russell Hotel

Sean Cavanagh, Tyrone 2008 G.A.A. player of the year will present the medals.


Templeport St Aidans G.A.A. are hosting a night of celebration, music and dance in special recognition of the achievements of the U14 boys team on their winning the U14 Roinn A Championship and Roinn B league, the ladies club on their successful year and the 1969 U14 winners 40 years on. The presentations start at 9.30 sharp with food and dancing afterwards. This is the clubs annual social function so why not come along and support young and old and enjoy what should be an occasion to remember. Tickets from club members, shops, Tomas Kellegher, Seamus Martin, Patsy Maguire, Peggy Plunkett & Thomas Doonan. It is also possible to come along on the night and pay at the door.


Please support your club and all those getting presentations.


Templeport Ladies


We commenced our year by entering teams at the following levels, under 12 league and championship, under 14 league & championship, under 16 league & championship, minor championship, senior league & championship. This shows how busy our year ahead was going to be.


Our under 12 under the management of Declan Farrell, Martin Mc Dermott & Sinead Dolan took a new panel of over 25 young energetic players to the field. These girls trained hard and show great prospect and talent for our club in the years ahead.


The under 14 panel under the leadership of Ashling Doonan, Tara Doonan & Marion Mc Hugh saw this team reach the semi final stage of both the league and championship. The played Bailieboro in the league and were beaten by just 2 points. Crosserlough overcame them in the championship. They were very unluckily to be knocked out at these stages but we feel that the girls will build upon this for next year.


The under 16 panel were joined for training and management with the under 14 girls. These under 16 girls reached the semi final stage of their championship in a hotly contested game against old rivals Mullahoran. The outcome favoured Mullahoran on the day. These two teams meet previously in the 9 aside final which resulted in a draw that was played in Bultersbridge in August, hopefully the replay will be equally as trilling a game. We held high hopes for this talented young team, who also played minor & were on our starting senior panel.


Our minor panel took on their championship under the management of Adrian Mc Govern & Ashling Doonan. Having never won a minor title our club was hopeful given the talent of these girls. We overcame Lacken, Mulahoran and Lurgan to reach the very exciting final. The final was played under very wet and cold conditions in Drumlane against Knockbride. This was one of the most exciting games of ladies football played this year. However as the saying goes goals win games & we were unluckily to concede too many on the day. We ended the game four points down.


Any team promoted to division 1 and senior championship face a tough prospect playing in such a high grade. This panel of ladies set goals and targets to meet this new challenge. United as a panel we agreed we were playing a grade we deserved to play. Under the management of Adrian, Peggy, Martha and Eoghan we started training in Feb a month before the star of the league in March. Games were played on a home and away basis. Determination & hard work took us to top of the league table. We were drawn against Knockbride in the league semi-final. Although unlucky on the day we can stand proud knowing we are division 1 standard & have proven we can hold our own against any team. Championship as the saying goes is a different ball game. Teams that you face off in the league will always be different in the championship. We saw off Knockbride on the August bank holiday weekend. In the semi final we meet Lacken, haven been knocked out last year by the west Cavan Gales they were determined to go all the way this year. Inexperience nerve and not playing to full potential saw Lacken win out on the day.


We would like to thank all the managers, those that fundraised for us, the parent’s who brought the children to matches and training, the men’s club for their help and support and anyone that helped in any way.


A special word of thanks to Adrian who has given so much to our club he’s been with us for the past 16 years. We wish him every success in his new role as the Cavan ladies manager.


















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