Charlestown Sarsfields travelled to nearby club Kiltimagh this evening in order to contest the semi final of the Canon Henry memorial cup in a sun soaked Kiltimagh where conditions were perfect for a good game of football as Charlestown produced a clinical performance. The game started well for Kiltimagh however as they led early going… Read more »
There will be Charlestown Sarsfields socks,shorts,jerseys, t-shirts & hoodies for sale at the Friday eve training @ 5.30 at the pitch. Orders can also be placed for items not in stock, all items being ordered must be paid for in full. Samples of new stock can also be viewed. Thank you.
Last week the club hosted the annual Cul Camp for the underage boys and girls. The week was a huge success with over 120 kids taking part, this was an increase of over 40 on last year. While the weather was far from ideal, the coaches ensured the participants were looked after and mentored throughout… Read more »
Charlestown u16s made it through to the county semi final on Sunday morning as they made it two wins from two in the second round of the championship after coming out on top on a winning score margin of 2-17 to 2-12 against Crossmolina Deelrovers. The game was extremely scrappy as Charlestown were offered a… Read more »
A fundraising night is being held in KD’s on bank holiday Sunday 2nd of August to help with some of the costs of the trip. All the members of the club are paying for their own flights and accommodation so the fundraiser is to help with transport and transfers while in New York. We have… Read more »
Charlestown U12s recorded a victory this evening against Kiltimagh with a score line of 6-7 to 2-8. The young sarsfields were under the kosh in the early stages but steadied themselves to win comfortably in the end.
The winning weekend continued for the Sarsfields with both the Juniors and U 16’s winning their respective games this afternoon. It finished off a successful weekend for the club with wins across all age groups. Match reports to follow….
Our second team plays Westport in Fr O’Hara park in the league at 1pm today. If there’s a better way to spend an hour on a Sunday afternoon, we don’t know about it. Hon the town
Charlestown ran out easy winners against Ballinrobe this evening. Jack Reilly 1-04 Paul Mulligan 1-04 Mark Caffrey 1-01 Sean Lenihan 0-02 Colm Maye 0-04 Gareth O’Donnell 1-02 Niall Murphy 1-01 Full match report to follow……