GAA club disgusted by scandalous acts of vandalism
Officials at St Faithleach's GAA have expressed their disgust after thugs engaged in scandalous acts of vandalism at their club, damaging the dressing rooms, a tractor and dug outs.
The club called on the strong community of Ballyleague and surrounding areas to work together so as these thugs are apprehended for this and they pleaded that anyone with any information on the incident comes forward and contacts any club member or the Gardaí.
There was far better news for St Faithleach's on the playing fields later on Sunday after they edged out Fuerty by 0-17 to 1-13 in a tense extra-time thriller to book their place in the Roscommon SFC semi-final against Castlerea St Kevin's. Diarmuid Murtagh contributed 12 points.
Mullinalaghta wiped out a six point half-time deficit (3-4 to 0-7) in storming back to beat Rathcline in the Senior Football Championship Group B Round 4 game at Allen Park, Newtownforbes on Friday night.
Lanesboro/Ballyleague was the starting point for the annual Lough Ree International Pike Classic on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 & 12.
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