Name: Christophers




Recent Reports:

Wolfe Tones 6-18 Christopher’s 0-9 Wolfe Tones handed Christopher’s a severe defeat to put them on the brink with two tough games remaining against Donegal and the Connemara Gaels.  Three first half goals, followed by a fourth just after the restart, effectively killed off the game.  The Tones forward line looked impressive and the game got to the point where it was almost scoring at will.
Posted: July 3, 2017, 12:59 pm
The final round of group games for the Pat O’Brien Cup saw Aidan McAnespies and Donegal make next Saturday’s final thanks to wins for each side.  The Macs just about survived a late Connemara Gaels surge to win their 3 games, while Donegal had a little easier time of things with a comfortable win over Christopher’s.  The final will be played on the main field, and from what we have seen in
Posted: May 15, 2017, 12:16 am
Galway 1-17 Christopher’s 3-10 Christopher’s needed at least a draw to stay alive in the senior football championship and made a brave first of it, even with a man down for most of the second half.  It was tit for tat as each side vied for the advantage but at the end it was Galway, who just about hung on to claim second place in the table and an automatic semi-final place, their first since
Posted: August 8, 2016, 11:46 pm
Christopher’s 0-10  Wolfe Tones 1-12 Sunday’s final game of the day saw Wolfe Tones took both points in a game that would not be described as a spectacular, and had their opponents taken their chances the result would certainly have been in doubt.  Both teams labored at times and scores were at a premium.  It was the Tones to had the resources to see the game through to the end, bringing in
Posted: July 26, 2016, 12:14 am
Christopher’s 1-18 Shannon Blues 1-6 Christopher’s recorded their first win of the season at the expense of the Shannon Blues.  Christopher’s came flying out of the blocks and the Blues were never really at the races.  Christopher’s had the game in the bag early in the second half and more or less played out the time.  The Blues engineered a handful of goal opportunities that just would not
Posted: July 18, 2016, 3:01 am
Donegal 2-17 Christopher’s 2-9 Christopher’s and Donegal played an entertaining hour of football, with Christopher’s erasing a Donegal lead in the second half, only to see the northerners finish the game strong with a late 1-4 salvo.  It was a much improved outing for Christopher’s, and Donegal look like they have an Arsenal of weapons with which they will cause some damage in this year’s
Posted: June 19, 2016, 2:26 pm
Connemara Gaels 2-13 Christopher’s 0-5 The Connemara Gaels earned a good win over a Christopher’s side that will have been disappointed with their first championship outing of the year.  The Gaels controlled the game from start to finish, and looked the more settled side.   Lee Cullen, who played on the 2013 championship side lined out at center back while Jason Cully looked at home at corner
Posted: June 6, 2016, 12:40 pm
By Rory O'Donnell The first sights and sounds of Gaelic games at the ICC is a sure sign that Winter is in the rearview mirror and Spring is here.  It is a long winter break this side of the Atlantic and by the time the snow is melted and milder weather rolls in, the itch to get back on to the field of play is irresistible.  Saturday afternoon saw the commencement of the Pat O’Brien Cup with
Posted: April 24, 2016, 2:31 pm
Wolfe Tones 2-17 Christopher’s 4-10 Wolfe Tones followed up last week’s romp over the Connemara Gaels with another win, though this week the men in blue and navy just about hung on to earn a hard fought win over Christopher’s.  The Tones looked to be cruising at half time, however, in the second half Christopher’s launched a comeback.  Late goals from Dan Kenneally, who was placed on the edge
Posted: July 27, 2015, 2:23 am
Donegal 1-11 Christopher’s 1-11 Donegal and Christopher’s played out an unusual 60 minutes of football.  For long stretches it looked as though Christopher’s had the upper hand in the game, however, they will have been happy to exit the gate with their first point of the season in the pocket thanks to a Cathal Vaughan injury time equalizer. Donegal's Emlyn Mulligan fends off the challenge
Posted: June 16, 2015, 3:44 am