Last night’s meeting of Ballinrobe GAA club Executive Committee heard that the recent trip to Croke Park by our U14 team was a success.
The team attended the All-Ireland quarter-final triple-header, and they had the joy of first seeing Mayo defeat Armagh in the minor clash, followed by the seniors victory over Cork.
Club chairman Alan Flannery thanked Tom Carney and John Burke for organising the trip.
In return, Tom thanked the club for the donation towards the costs.
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