Archive for July, 2019

Rossglass County invites Junior Players to Open Training Session!

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The club is hosting an open training night for players aged 10 and upwards on Wednesday 24th July from 6:30 to 8pm at Dunleath pitches to attract new players to the club. We ask all our current junior players to attend and would like to invite anyone interested in becoming part of a great family club to come along and get to know the players and coaches and take part in training sessions.

There are many reasons why you may want to choose to play for Rossglass County FC or choose it for the player in your family. Simply put Rossglass is for those players who wish to develop their football skills in a fun, safe and developmental environment. We have dedicated trained coaches to every age group. We have produced age appropriate coaching activities for all our age groups.

We have excellent player development programmes which caters for players from the age of 5 and upwards. The club has teams at every age group from our little nipper’s right up to under 17 who can then develop from the Downpatrick Youth League to our senior teams who compete in the Newcastle & District Amateur League.

We cater for all the footballers developing needs. Teaching them respect for the game, their team mates, opponents, referees and parents. So why not bring your child along and find out what the club is all about. You and your child will be very welcome.

Pre-Season Training Resumes for Seniors

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Rossglass County Seniors are back in pre-season training, Tuesday & Thursday evenings at 7pm and 12 noon on a Saturday at Dunleath playing pitches. All existing players are expected to attend and we would very happily welcome any new players looking to join the senior set up.

 

Rossglass attend 7-aside tournament

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Rossglass County took part in the Valley Rangers 7-aside tournament last Saturday afternoon. The guys got off to a great start with a two nil win over Mourne Rovers with Cailean Toner and James Cusack getting themselves on the scoresheet. The second game saw a 1-1 draw with Valley Swifts, Cormac McLaughlin getting the Rossglass goal but two defeats by Valley Coaches and Dunnaman saw County exit the tournament.

All in all it was a good run out for the boys, despite the results and the sunburn, we would like to extend our thanks to Valley Rangers for their hospitality.

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