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Senior mens footballers - Season comes to an end
13th November 2016
Raymond Gormley's last senior football match report of the 2016 season, slightly late but always worth reading. The report concludes with a poem penned by Ray, a nice touch at this time of the year. Bredagh senior footballers winning season comes to an end Bredagh (Down) 1-17 Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 2-17 (After extra –tim...
Bredagh senior footballers into Ulster quarter final
17th October 2016
Bredagh 2-10 Burt 0-3 Bredagh senior players certainly didn’t slip up in this potential banana skin preliminary round fixture in O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny, against the Donegal team, Burt, who had just been crowned intermediate champions 24 hours previously. Regardless of the situation, Bredagh proved they were much superior in every posit...
Bredagh U12.5's Win Championship Final
15th October 2016
The U12.5 boys footballers put in a first class performance at Darragh Cross earlier today to see off Carryduff in an entertaining championship final. In very testing conditions, with continuous heavy rain and soft ground underfoot, the Bredagh lads were impressive in all aspects of their play. First half goals from Finn Hackett and a point from Emmett McGirr saw the teams go in ...
Boys football canceled Sunday 16th October
15th October 2016
Boys football training is off tomorrow morning (Sunday 16th October) due to the forecasted wet weather. All age groups U7, U8.5 and U10.5 are canceled ...
Bredagh U12.5 Footballers win semi-final
12th October 2016
In Cherryvale on Sunday morning last Bredagh U12.5 footballers entertained Kilcoo GAC in the East Down U12.5 Championship Semi-Final. This underage Bredagh team has continued the success of Bredagh football this year and playing some exemplary football ran out winners at the final whistle Great appreciation must go to the Kilcoo GAC U12.5 boys for providing a highly enterta...
Bredagh senior footballers finish tough league campaign
9th October 2016
Bredagh 2-5 Carryduff 3-11 In a long and arduous league season that began six months ago on the 8th April, ended with a defeat to local rivals Carryduff on Saturday 8th September. Bredagh management rested all of the starting 15 senior players who won the Down intermediate championship for this last home league match to keep them fresh for the upcoming Ulster championship game ne...
Senior Footballers retain Division 2 status for next season
5th October 2016
Bredagh senior footballers needed just one point from their remaining three league games to secure division 2 status for the 2017 season. On Sunday morning they travelled to St Johns for round 20 in the league fixture calendar. The sun was shining but the ground was soft underfoot from the previous day’s rain, although I’m sure the Bredagh players were happy with conditi...
Bredagh senior footballers create history!
27th September 2016
Bredagh 3-13 An Riocht 1-10 Bredagh senior footballers created history by winning their first ever intermediate championship since the club’s formation in 1971, beating hot favourites (according to Paddy Power) An Riocht on Sunday in Pairc Esler. The deadly duo of Alan Davidson and Donal Hughes tore the Kingdom to shreds and accounted for 2-12, Alan with 2-4 and Donal with 0-8 ...
IFC Final Preview - BREDAGH V AN RIOCHT
23rd September 2016
Sunday 25th September, 2pm at Pairc Esler Newry After the great successes of the senior hurling team last weekend and the ladies senior football team the previous weekend all attention now focuses on the senior footballers for their mouth-watering clash with An Riocht on Sunday in the Intermediate football championship final. An Riocht, like Bredagh, are a relatively new club, ...
U14 All County Hurling Championship Final
18th September 2016
Bredagh 2-4 Portaferry 3-5 Bredagh 14 hurlers were 40 agonising seconds away from completing a remarkable Feile / League / Championship treble. Going into the last minute of this tight game, Bredagh led by a single point. In a ding dong battle which ebbed and flowed - where each team had purple patches it seemed like Bredagh had done just enough the achieve the remarkable....