This week sees a plethora of games as most teams in the Club swing into action.
The Seniors dip their toe in the top tier after a break of a year. They start away to Mayobridge in a mouth-watering fixture on Friday night. This is a much anticipated clash with both teams trying to re-establish themselves in the Senior ranks. Conor Deegan is happy with preparations so far and now comes up against a Mayobridge side headed up by former county star Benny Coulter.
The Reserves got their season up and running with a win away to St Pauls and now face Dundrum this Sunday evening
The U 16s started last week and had a titanic battle before getting over the line with 2 points to spare against Bredagh in a match played in the wind and rain. They face Burren away this Thursday.
The Minors will play their first game against Shamrocks .
The U 14s suffered a narrow defeat away to Bryansford and will play their second game tonight Monday.
The U 12s opened their account with the narrowest of reverses in Carryduff yesterday, next is Bryansford.
The U 8s and 10s have go games this weekend and details will be posted on Facebook
This Saturday is the last indoor session for P1&2 and then on Sat 15th we will have our Easter egg Hunt for this group. This will be at 10.00 at the club and there will be a cup of tea for parents
The U10/12 girls continue to rain on Saturday mornings at 10.00am. The girls are looking challenge games so if anyone is interested call Edel on 07759418419
This Wednesday the U12s will play their first match in the league away to Bryansford at 7 whilst the Minor girls also open their season with a home fixture to Carryduff.
Congratulations to RGU girls Beth McDowell (U16) and Megan Ross, Eilis Murphy, Cara McKervey and Ciara Hanna ( all U15) who starred for Down ladies against Donegal and Antrim respectively on Saturday at PTR.
Congratulations also to Ronan Murphy and Tim Prenter who played on the victorious Down U17 Hurling team at the weekend when they comprehensively beat Derry and lost narrowly to Antrim on Wednesday.
Next Thursday (6thApril) sees the last one wall handball of the winter season thanks to all the mentors for giving up their time. Handball is going from strength to strength and we will be running the indoor program again in September. The senior social handball has been just as enjoyable, a number of the players will continue playing and represent the RGU in the one wall league.
Lotto: The jackpot still not won. Numbers drawn were 22.214.171.124. Twenty one people receive £10 each for having 3 correct numbers. Jackpot now rises to £8400.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the Late Alfie Reynolds who passed away on Friday. Alfie was the father of club referee and former player, Con as well as former player Anthony. To the wider Reynolds family circle, we send our condolences. Mary Queen of the Gael