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Gaelic Sport: Thomas McCurtains’ camogie team reach semi-finals of Erin Go Bragh Sevens

PUBLISHED: 13:00 13 March 2018

Thomas McCurtains' camogie team face the camera (pic: Thomas McCurtains GAA)

Thomas McCurtains' camogie team face the camera (pic: Thomas McCurtains GAA)

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The latest news from the Thomas McCurtains GAA club

Thomas McCurtains’ camogie team gave a good account of themselves at the Erin Go Bragh Sevens in Birmingham before going out in the semi-finals.

The team representing the Goodmayes club travelled up to the Midlands for the competition on Saturday.

McCurtains impressed in the initial group stage that saw them take part in five matches, before qualifying for the semi-finals.

However, in the final four, the Goodmayes club came up short, though can still be proud of their efforts in Birmingham.

Training for all of the club’s senior teams are now well underway as McCurtains build up for the new season.

The club are always on the lookout for more players, with Gaelic football and hurling teams for both men and women from under-eights to adults.

For more information about joining the club, who have players from across east London and Essex, find Thomas McCurtains on Facebook and Twitter or email thomasmccurtains@hotmail.com.

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