The bad weather disrupted most club fixtures again last weekend with our minor and U16 games postponed. Our mens Northern Cup game against St Barry’s was also postponed  and will be played later in the month.There will be a quiz night on Friday 6th March in The Bush Hotel in aid of Kilmore/Shannon Gaels/St Ronans combined U14 Feile Team. Quiz will start at 8 30. Table of 4 for €40. Your support would be appreciated.
Well done to Dessie Beirne who was part of the NUIG college team who won the Connacht final on Thursday evening last. Dessie played centre half forward and scored 1-5. Following on from our successful Ireland Lights Up walk Shannon Gaels have registered to join the GAA Healthy Clubs step challenge. This starts on March 16th and runs for 4 weeks. If you want to take part you have to register before the 12th March. We need a minimum of 15 participant to take part and the activity can be done on your own or as a group. To join up please download the My Life app and join the Shannon Gaels group. When you sync this with your FibBit the app will upload your steps automatically. There will be other teams in the province taking part and the top team wins a €2,500 O Neills voucher. We know there are lots of people in the club who exercise regularly so we hope ye will all get on board for this initiative. If you have any questions contact Teresa 0863596604.
Sympathy is extended to the Moystyn family Croghan Road on the death of Mary Moystyn.
May Mary Rest In Peace.
Ladies: Congratulations to Zoe O Callaghan who has been selected for the Roscommon Ladies minor panel 2020. Best of luck to club member Jane Carty who is part of a Community School group taking part in Certified  Irish Angus Beef Schools competition. Their project is about Farm Safety and the competition takes place this week.