The Seniors suffered their first league defeat of the season away to N. Conaill on Sunday. Their next outing is on May 31st v Four Masters at home. The Reserves had another good win in their game and are also free this weekend.
The Juniors were beaten at home by Glenswilly on Saturday evening and have no game this week.
The Senior Hurlers drew their Ulster T√°in league game with MacCumhaills and are in action again on May 31st in Garvaghey against N. Moninne with a 5:30pm throw-in.
The Senior ladies began their 13-a-side league campaign with a good win over Glenfin, they have no game this weekend.
The Minor Hurlers won the League final against Carndonagh on Thursday. The U14 hurlers play MacCumhaills in the A league semi-final at O’Donnell Park on Thursday at 7pm.
U14, U16 and minor hurling training continues every Tuesday at 5pm. New hurlers always welcome.
The U16 Boys footballers had a big win over Milford on Friday, they have no more games now before the exams. The Dev. Team lost to neighbours Glenswilly.
The U14 Boys A team had a good win away to Carndonagh last week and travel again this Wednesday to Inishowen when they take on Buncrana. The Dev. Team were beaten by N. Padraig, Muff last week and they were due to be at home to MacCumhaills this Wednesday but it has been postponed due to MacCumhaills involvement in the all-county league final on Friday night.
The U14 girl‚Äôs footballers had a good win over MacCumhaills on Tuesday to keep their semi-final hopes alive. They travel to N. Padraig, Muff next Tuesday.
The U10 blitzes begin this week with team 1 at home to Convoy and Milford this Friday (23rd). All players asked to be O‚ÄôDonnell Park for 6:15pm.
Horses (‚Ç¨10) and Race sponsorship (‚Ç¨25) are now on sale for our Night at the Races on Friday week, May 30th. All players must return their cards by this Friday, May 23rd to their team managers. Big effort needed by everyone please.
This week‚Äôs winning lotto numbers are 6-10-22-24. There were 2 x match 3 winners, Shane Pierce c/o Voodoo and Jimmy Cunningham (both Adrian) that win ‚Ç¨50 each. Next week‚Äôs jackpot is ‚Ç¨1,425.
St. Eunan‚Äôs GAA club would like to place on record our thanks to the members of Letterkenny Town Council that have been great club supporters over the years, in particular the late Cllr. Tadhg Culbert, Dessie Larkin, Ciaran Brogan, Jimmy Kavanagh and Tom Crossan. We would like to wish Ciaran, Jimmy and Tom all the best in the upcoming election and wish Dessie Larkin all the best for the future as he bows out of the political arena and moves on to other challenges. We also thank them all for their recent generous donations to our club.
An Clochan Liath
Bad aid 1, 3, 17 agus 20 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingeadh ag deireadh na seachtaine seachtaine agus nior baineadh p√≥ta √≥ir an lotto. Beidh ‚Ç¨4,800 sa ph√≥ta √≥ir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas ‚Ç¨20 an ceann Patricia O‚ÄôDonnell, Cloughwally, Ronan Molloy, Meenmore, Margaret McGonagle, John Ward, Miltown agus Francie McGovern, Dungloe.
Bhain Packie Gallagher as Ard Crone ‚Ç¨150, bhain Mary Kennedy as Glenties, Ann Houston as Cleendra, Margaret Melly as Leitri, John Boyle(Thatch) as Burtonport agus Brid O‚ÄôDonnell as St. Peter‚Äôs Tce ‚Ç¨100 ag an bhingo.
Dungloe made the long trip to Carndonagh¬†on Thursday last. Dungloe played well in the first half with Ben Boyle, Philip Rodgers and particularly Dara Ward impressing in the first half by getting out in front if his man in every occasion and winning three converted frees. Harry Noble was excellent in goal and Dungloe led by two at half time. Dungloe tired in the second half and the absence of some of their regulars began to tell. The game finished with a twenty one yard free for Dungloe, which if converted into a goal would have sealed victory but it was well struck but narrowly wide if the post. Harry Noble and Dara Ward were both very impressive but man if the match was Harry Noble in goal with gear stops and reflex saves and brave clearances. The result was immaterial as Dungloe have already qualified for the league semi-final and play Donegal town in that game away¬†next Thursday.
Dungloe U10 Hurlers traveled to Convoy Centre of excellence on Sunday past to compete in an all County Blitz. The Dungloe team played consistently well including Eoghan Walsh, Conor Diver, Evan McFadden, Damian McGowan, Philip Noble, John James Blaney and John Paul Bonner and Cain Bonner.‚Ä®Dungloe played Letterkenny Gaels, St. Eunans, Setanta, Burt and Carndonagh and won all five of their games. ¬†Congratulations to Dungloe and to their coach PJ Walsh and mentors.
Cloich Cheann Fhaola
Bhain an fhoireann taca√≠ochat ar√≠s ag an deireadh seachtaine leis an sc√≥r CCF 5 11 Naomh Naille 03. Cha raibh an bua cearna ag an fhoireann sinsear chaill siadsan le s√© phointe, CCF 0 15 Naomh Naille 4 09. N√≠ bheidh cluiche ar bith acu an deireadh seachtaine seo. The senior team had a disappointing defeat against st Nauls at the weekend final score was CCF 015 St Nauls 4 09. The reserves had a very comfortable win over St Nauls 03 to CCF 5 11. The club resumes their summer training sessions in conjunction with the national school starting on the 21st, bu√≠ochas m√≥r daofa sin uilig at√° ag cuidi√∫. The U6s and U8s had a successful blitz on Saturday at home, we would like to thanks all those that helped on the day and to Termon for travelling. All players are asked to wear their gum shields at both training and games. Gu√≠onn muid √°dh m√≥r ar Dh√∫n na nGall D√© Domhnaigh in √©adan Dhoire.
The Coaching academy for 4-7 year olds is on Saturday mornings from 11am to 12:30pm. New and returning players always welcome. Four Masters Lotto: There was no winner of the weekly lotto this week. The lucky dip winners were Adrian O‚ÄôDonnell, Drumlonagher and Ciaran Mullen, Castle Street. Both receive E50 each. The numbers drawn were 3, 8, 9 and 17. The lotto raises badly needed funds for the daily running of the Club. By playing the lotto you ensure the continuation of the local Club and you stand a chance of winning money all for a mere E2 per week. To play the lotto please visit www.fourmastersgaa.com or call Paul Timoney on 087 279 1305.
Congrats: Well done to the Senior Reserves who had a comprehensive win over Ardara Reserves on Sunday 18th. Hard luck to the Senior team who just missed out to Ardara.
Well done: Senior Ladies who won against Aodh Ruadh.
Good luck: Best of luck to the Four Masters Club men, Luke Keaney, Karl Lacey and Paul Durcan in their game this Sunday in Celtic Park. Also Best of luck to Daire Quinn with county minors vs Derry.
Well done: Well done to underage players selected for developement squads recently. Players are Daire Quinn (U18), Dylan Kennedy and Nathan Ward (U17), Neil Ward and Aaron McCrea (U17), and Jack Keaney and Thomas McGowan (U15).
There were no winners of this weeks Jackpot. Numbers drawn were 12, 18, 20 and 23. There were 3 match 3 winners. Daniel Gallen, Willie Harold and Betty Gallagher receive ‚Ç¨50 each. Barry Dowds and Peter Moloneys team selling this week. Next weeks Jackpot is ‚Ç¨10,000.
The All County Semi Final took place in Glenties on Sunday evening. Mac Cumhaills were up against Killybegs in what turned out to be a very close and entertaining game. Killybegs started the better of the two teams and opened up a two point lead, but they squandered a lot of chances and this allowed Mac Cumhaills to get into the game. A quick counterattack saw Karl Doherty score an excellent goal and this was followed by Luke Gavigan goal, the result of a great solo run. More scores from Oisin Gallen and Alex Mc Geehan saw Mac Cumhaills increase their lead but Killybegs came back with a goal and a point to leave only four points in it at half time. Killybegs struck again after half time with a good goal and some excellent 45’s from Ryan Cunningham. mac Cumhaills never panicked and kept fighting for every ball. more points from Oisin Gallen, Anthony Gallagher and Chad Mc Sorley saw Mac Cumhaills book their Final place. Full time score Mac Cumhaills 3-11 Killybegs 1-13.County final is this Friday. Venue to be confirmed.
The U14 girls won their first division one group game against Muff on Thursday by a score of 6-14 to 2.04. There were great performances all over the field and all six subs made a great contribution also. Sarah MacRoary and Katie Lafferty were on fire in the full forward line scoring 3-09 between them. Away to St Eunans on Tuesday evening. Home to Moville the following week.
Well done to all the u-8 boys and girls that took part in Round 1 blitz in Letterkenny today.Sean Mac Cumhaills had 3 teams playing against St.Eunans,Gweedore and Convoy.They all performed very well and made the club proud.A big thank you to all the coaches for there help and the St.Eunans Club for there hospitality.
Senior Football: Killybegs 1-07 Mac Cumhaills 0-09 Reserve Football: Killybegs 2-05 Mac Cumhaills 4-09
The Bingo is on in the Villa Rose hotel this week. All very welcome.
Donegal v Derry Tickets: Any tickets that have been ordered for the Ulster Championship clash between Donegal and Derry can be collected from either Joe McNulty or Kathleen Friel.
G4M&O Night at the Races: Our G4M&O team are hosting a night at the races on Friday 30th May in the Travellers Inn, Milford. First race is off at 9pm and anyone interested in buying a horse can see any member of the G4M&O team, cost per horse is ‚Ç¨10. Please support this fundraiser for our G4M&O team. Contact any G4M&O player for more details
Seniors: CLG BnaG 0-13 Red Hughs 0-11 Two more points in the bag for the Seniors after a very hard fought victory over Red Hughs on Saturday night. In a game played in difficult conditions it took the boys a while to get going but bar the first ten minutes they dominated the first half. The defence were rock solid and the boys were turning the ball over all over the pitch, while at the other end Christopher Barrett and Kane Barrett were a handful. The half time whistle came at the perfect moment as an almighty downpour saw both sides seek the refuge of the changing rooms with score 0-8 to 0-2. Na Galloglaigh got the first score of the second half but Red Hughs put in a great fight back to eventually bring just two between the sides after scoring five unanswered points. The blues managed to get scores at the right times to keep Red Hughs at arms length but Red Hughs never gave up and kept fighting to make for a nervy finale. Cathal Mc Gettigan scored a fine point in injury time to put three between the sides again but Red Hughs kept coming at them. A goalmouth scramble at the death was defended brilliantly but Red Hughs still managed a point. The resultant kick out was won by the blues and they managed to keep the ball in the Red Hughs half as the seconds ticked down until referee Ciaran Molloy blew the final whistle after five minutes of injury time. The lads showed they can hold their nerve now and have made it four wins out of four. No game for the Seniors next week due to the Donegal game however the Reserves take on Naomh Columba at home on Saturday. Next up for the Seniors is a home game against Naomh Colmcille on the 31st. Team: Caolan Mc Gettigan, Brandon Toye, Sean Black, Gavin Grier, Dean Burgess, Gary Merritt, O√≠sin Barrett, Luke Barrett (0-2), James Doyle, Cathal McGettigan (0-6), Pauric Curley (0-1), Darragh Black (0-2), Kane Barrett, Chippy Barrett (0-2), Paddy Peoples. Subs: Jonny Logue for Toye (52m), Enda McHugh for Merritt (58m, BC), Brandon Toye for O. Barrett (62m, BC), Cormac Friel, Conor McNulty, Manus Boyce, Gavin McFadden
Senior Ladies: Glenfin v CLG BnaG After having no game last week the Seniro Ladies are back in action away to Glenfin this Saturday
U14s: CLG BnaG v Red Hughs Moyle Park, Wednesday @ 7pm The U14s take on Red Hughs at home in the Championship this Wednesday at 7pm. All support would be greatly appreciated
U14 Girls: CLG BnaG 3-7 Urris 4-7 Our U14 Girls lost last Thursday but put up a brilliant performance against a highly fancied Urris side. The whole team played really well with Sinead McCahill and Roisin Boyce outstanding. Rachel Roarty and Shauna McBride also played well. Next up for the U14 Girls is a home match against Red Hughs at home on Thursday evening at 7pm
U12s: The U12s travelled to Downings and played two matches last night. The A Team were unfortunately beat, after a poor first half they played well in the second but just fell short at the end. Good performances from Eoin O’Donnell and Bruce Macauley. The B Team had a great win in a very tight match with some great displays from Barry Donnelly, Eoin McGettigan, Aisling Irwin and Paul Ryan. Training takes place every Thursday at 6pm and the next games are away to St Eunans next Monday.
U8 Blitz: Our U8s had their first blitz of the year at St Michaels on Friday night. Many thanks to all the players and parents who braved the terrible weather on the night. We beat St Michaels comfortably in our first match with good displays from ‘Goal Machine’ Ryan McElhinney, Ultan Blaney, Killian Hagan and Calvagh O’Donnell. We then played very well to beat Letterkenny Gaels with great displays from Daibhid Lynch, Jason McAteer and Maeve McClean. Our final game was against a very skilful Fanad Gaels team who beat us after a very tight battle despite determined displays from Conor Houston, Aaron Burns, and the outstanding Joseph Barrett. A special mention also to the efforts of Dara Sheridan and Shay Cannon. Next Blitz is in Milford in 2 weeks
Training Schedules: Seniors/Reserves/U21s/Minors: Mon (8.30pm @ Crossfit LK), Tuesday & Thursday (7pm @ Pitch) Senior Ladies: (@ Pitch): Wednesday (7pm), Saturday (10am) Minors: (@ Pitch) Wednesday (4.30pm) G4M&O: (@ Pitch): Mondays (8pm) U16s: (@ Pitch): Mondays (6.30pm), Wednesdays (6.30pm) U14s: (@ Pitch): Tuesday (4.15pm), Friday (4.15pm) U12s: (@ Pitch) Thursdays (6pm) U12s (Mixed): (@ Pitch) Thursdays (6pm) Gaelic4Girls: (@ Pitch) Fridays (6pm) U10s: (@ Pitch): Fridays (7pm) U8s: (@ Pitch): Fridays (6pm)
Underage Coaching: Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage teams are asked to contact Shaun Paul Barrett on 086-6052169
2014 Membership: Club membership will be soon due for the 2014 year. Please be aware that Donegal tickets will only be sourced for paid up members of the Club. The rates remain unchanged from 2013: Family – ‚Ç¨50 Senior – ‚Ç¨20 U18 – ‚Ç¨10
Alternatively you can subscribe to the Club Lotto Database. For ‚Ç¨17 a month you will receive: – Full Family membership – Entered into every weekly Lotto draw – Automatically in a Christmas Hamper Draw (For subscribers only) – 11 free weeks entry into the lotto
For more information contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114
Lotto: This weeks lotto numbers were 2-3-15-21. No jackpot winner, 3 match 3 winner win ‚Ç¨25 each. Pat Curley, Lough Road, James Edward Friel, The Lagg, and Aodh McCormack & Fiona Boyle, Drumacloghan. Next weeks Jackpot is ‚Ç¨720.
Lotto Database: Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2014 can download the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty. The benefits of joining the database are:
– Full family membership for 2014 included – Entered into every draw evey week – Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only) – 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw
Lucozade Sports Club Crusade: Thank you to all who helped with this years bottle cap collection, your support was much appreciated and we would ask that everyone continues to collect their bottle caps for next years collection.
Child Protection & ASAP Policies: CLG BnaG Child Protection and Welfare Policy & Procedures and CLG BnaG Alcohol and Substance Abuse (ASAP) prevention Policy information sessions have been held for all members of the club executive and all those involved with underage teams. There will be further information sessions for underage members and their parents/guardians following the next registration in 2014. Please visit the ‚Äòdownloads‚Äô section of our website (Milford.Donegal.gaa.ie) and view the policy for yourself. If anyone has any queries or concerns or comments please contact the club Children‚Äôs Officer Marian McNulty at 086/8506405 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers Needed for Sub-Committees: CLG BnaG is currently in the process of creating Sub-Committees to help implement and achieve the targets of a 5 year plan. If you feel you can contribute to the running of the Club in any small way, either in time or in ideas, please contact MilfordDonegalGAA@gmail.com, 0863400082 or send a PM. The Sub-Committees are as follows: Finance Underage Games Development Adult Games Development Club Administration Club Facilities PR, Communication & Culture
Lotto Sellers Required: The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114
Evolution Fitness: All paid up club members will now be able to avail of a ‚Ç¨10 discount on 3 month membership. Normal 3 month membership is ‚Ç¨80 but will be available to members for ‚Ç¨70. If interested contact Jack Duddy at Evolution Fitness beside the mart in Milford
Contact Us: For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website www.milford.donegal.gaa.ie/
Milford GAA Club Gear: Club gear is now available to order. Anyone who has ordered club gear but yet received it are to contact either Aidan or Barry. The range of club gear includes Hoodies, Tracksuits tops, Windcheaters, hats, navy polo shirts, white polo shirts, and t-shirts. There is some lovely gear available at very reasonable prices and photos are available to view on the club Facebook page. Orders can be placed with Agnes Ryan on 086-8194751.
Well done to the senior team on an impressive win last weekend away to Lifford. Odhran Molloy top scorer with a personal total of 1-8. This weekend’s game against Convoy has been put back to next Tuesday in Convoy with a 7.30pm throw in due to the Donegal minor championship match on Sunday. Good look to Declan, John & Christian as they take on Derry in the first round of the ulster minor championship. From all at the club.
Anybody ordering tickets for the Donegal game at the weekend contact Felix Melly or Pat Boyle as soon as possible. The lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. The jackpot was not won. Numbers drawn were 3, 17, 22 & 26. Two lucky dip winners receive ‚Ç¨50 Daryl Devenney, Meenagowan & Peter Hanlon, Meenagowan. Next weeks jackpot ‚Ç¨9000 (fixed).
The club would like to thank Donal Brennan from Signworks on sponsoring the senior team track suits and to Mark Clerkin, Clerkins filling station on sponsoring the senior and underage teams polo shirts and T Shirts. Thanks lads for your continued support.
The seniors and reserves experienced contrasting fortunes over the weekend with the seniors suffering a loss for the second week in succession while the reserves returned to winning ways. The u14s lost out in the all-county Division 2 league semi-final after a gallant display against Kilcar.
The seniors‚Äô took on Naomh Brid at home on Sunday having won at Ballintra in the opening fixture of the league. However Naomh Brid emerged victorious with a full time score of Naomh Colmcille 0-8 1-9 Naomh Brid. A home match against Burt is scheduled for next Saturday.
The reserves got revenge on their opening day loss at Naomh Brid when they defeated the visitors on a Naomh Colmcille 4-7 1-5 Naomh Brid scoreline.
The u16s were defeated at Buncrana on Friday evening.
There was disappointment for the Naomh Colmcille U14s when they were beaten by Kilcar in the all-county Division 2 league semi-final at Naomh Brid on Saturday. A number of usual players being unavailable meant that it was a struggle to even field 13 players. However after a tremendous display, and leading by a point at half time, the lads lost out in the end. The team on the day was CJ Gibson, Daniel Mugan, Jason Fitzpatrick, Ryan Higgins, Oran Devine, Oran Downey, Mark Friel, Ryan O‚ÄôDonnell, Brendan Barr, Rory Simmons, Jordan Gallagher, Mark McDaid, Christopher Mugan.
The u14s also travelled to Gaoth Dobhair for their first Division 2 championship match on Thursday evening. The lads took an early 2 point lead before the hosts replied with three goals in a 10 minute period. The lads rallied to reduce the deficit to 3 points at half time. However Gaoth Dobhair extended the lead in the second hald and won on a Gaoth Dobhair 5-10 1-10 Naomh Colmcille scoreline. Naomh Colmcille: Jamie Rodgers, Daniel Mugan, Jason Fitzpatrick, Mark Friel, Oran Downey, Brendan Barr, Oran Devine, Ryan O‚ÄôDonnell, Keenan Diver, Bradley Doherty, Mark McDaid, Ryan Higgins, Jordan Gallagher, CJ Gibson, Caoimhin Marsh. Subs Sean Marsh, Rory Simmons.
The u12s travelled to Killygordon to take on Red Hughs in their first league match of the year. Red Hughs held a 6 point advantage after 20 minutes but the Naomh Colmcille boys and girls overturned this to lead after 40 minutes. However Red Hughs got the goals in the last 20 minutes to win the match. Naomh Colmcille: Sean Marsh, Shane Monaghan, Adam Callaghan, Ryan McNamee, Sean Devlin, Rory Simmons, Conor Logan, Oran Duffy, Ronan McKinley, Ronan McMackin, Joe Dolan, Bradan Hazlett, Jordan McHugh, Brendan O‚ÄôHagan, Christopher Mugan, Shannon Duggan, Sarah Hassett, Kevin Dolan, Matthew Whoriskey.
This year‚Äôs Run for Funds takes place on 31st May at Kernans. More details to follow.
The Club are now taking Registrations for Adults, Family, Senior and underage players. Cost is ‚Ç¨25 Adult, ‚Ç¨50 Family, ‚Ç¨50 senior player and ‚Ç¨10 underage player. Particular reminder for adult non-playing members that you need to be registered to request Donegal tickets. The deadline for registration is fast approaching. Contact Mark Ferry (087 9154559) or Breda Friel (087 6393503).
The club is again registered for the Sainsbury‚Äôs Active Kids scheme so please start collecting the vouchers on behalf of the club.
The Lucozade Sport Club Crusade promotion has now finished. Please continue to collect bottle tops in anticipation of future promotions. Thanks.
Check out the club‚Äôs new Facebook page (Naomh Colmcille CLG ‚Äì Donegal) for latest updates on training, match times etc.
‚Ä®Training and Match Schedule.
Information here is correct at the time of compilation of the weekly notes. Check the Training Schedule section on the club website for latest updates on training for all age groups. The page will be updated regularly throughout the week. Updates also on the club‚Äôs Facebook page.
Subscription of ‚Ç¨2 per player (up to and including minors) per week for training. Please make sure you bring your full kit (shorts, track bottoms, boots, sports top/hoodie/coat, drink). Remember a mouth guard is needed for training sessions as well as matches.
Seniors and reserves. Training on Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 pm. Burt due to visit next weekend. See website and Facebook page for updates during the week.
U18. Training tbc.
U16. See Facebook and website for updates during the week.
U14. Training Monday 19th at 6:30 pm sharp. Division 2 championship match is scheduled at home to Robert Emmetts on Wednesday. See Facebook page for updates during the week.
U12. Match at home to St. Eunan‚Äôs B on Monday 19th May. Players to be at clubhouse for 6:00 pm. Remember drink and mouth guard.
U10. Training continues Friday 23rd May at 6:30 pm.
U8. Training continues Friday 23rd May at 6:30 pm.
Reminder that the use of mouthguards is now compulsory for all players.
This week‚Äôs numbers are 20, 23, 21, 24, 4 and the most correct winners (matching three numbers) are Margo McColgan, Thomas Rodgers and Monica McDaid who win ‚Ç¨25 each. The club are seeking volunteers to act as Lotto sellers and join the existing rota. The Lotto is the main regular source of fundraising for the club so if you can spare some time to help out it would be greatly appreciated. Contact Breda Friel if you‚Äôre able to help.
The Club would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support of the Lotto as it gives the club the essential means of continuing to give our local kids and adults the chance to avail of a great and healthy pastime.
The last day for registering with Naomh Conaill Ladies is next Friday 23rd May. All players , managers and mentors must be registered before that date. The cost of registration is underage players 36 euro, senior players 51 euro and non players 26 euro. To register or for further information contact Fiona Molloy on 086 1050445 or Rosaleen Doherty on 087 6235021.
The Club is organising a Scrap Saturday with the collection of scrap metals commencing on Thursday 29th to Saturday 31st May at the rear of the club house. For anyone who wants materials collected contact Numbers are, Daniel Mc Geehan 086 8586395, Connie Doherty 086 1519835, Peter Mc Kelvey 087 6483685. Only Metals will be collected.
The first draw in the 200 club will take place on the 27th May. There are some places left and if you wish to be included please contact any club executive member.
The Lotto Numbers for last week were 3 – 11 – 17 – 28 Congratulations to Patricia Molloy, Mill Road, Charles Mc Glynn, Reelin Cloghan on winning ‚Ç¨50 each. The Jackpot for next week is ‚Ç¨7,300.
Huge Congratulations to our Fantastic U-14 team on reaching the county final.
Congtratulations to the Naomh Conaill Senior Team on they’re victory over St. Eunan’s on sunday, and also Congratulations to the Naomh Conaill 3rd Team who fought back a 9 point lead to get a Draw from pettigo.
Sunday saw our senior team produce yet another home win, with victory over Burt. This win keeps us at the upper end of the table. Unfortunatly the reserves were beaten by a point.
The U-14 girls team had another great win, away to Naomh Muire last Thursday, well done to Sarah, Betty,Laura and all the girls.
We would like to wish Paddy Byrne and the rest of the county minor squad the best of luck against Derry this Sunday. There has been an excellent response to our 50/50 draw and thanks to everybody who has joined, anyone who wants to enter, but hasn’t can contact Kevin McGinley or Paddy Hegerty before this Wednesday.
Lotto No’s drawn on Monday 19th of May was 2-9-12-24, No Jackpot Winner , 4 people matched 3No’s winners was Colm Mc Nulty Porthall, Joshua Mc Auley Cavan Hill, Ryan Callaghan Letterkenny & Simon Mc Nulty Porthall, they will each receive ‚Ç¨25, next week jackpot is now ‚Ç¨3950.
Our seniors were defeated by Na Rossa on Saturday evening , final score Naomh Padraig 0-8 Na Rossa 1-14. U14 boys lost out to Glenfin last wed evening. U12 were defeated by 4 points last Mon evening against St Eunans.
Please check club Facebook for times and days of all training.
The club will host Fighting In The Firs Round 2 on Sunday 1st June, in the fir trees hotel, doors will open @7pmwith 1st fight @8pm, tickets are on sale priced @‚Ç¨15 each, the boxing will be followed by a disco. Tickets are available from Daniel Mc nulty or Donal Grant , a night not to be missed!!.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls from the parish who made there 1st holy communion over the last 2 weekends .
The club would like to extend their deepest sympathy to The Corrigan family Of Clady and Clonleigh Park Lifford, on their recent sad bereavement.
The seniors and Reserves were in action in Milford on Saturday evening. The reserves got the show on the road with a 6pm thrown in. Sporting a very youthful side with the exception of a couple of more experienced players the put on a fantastic show. They dominated the game throughout and never looked like they were in any danger. They ran out easy winners on a scoreline of Red Hughs 4-6 Milford 1-5. Well done to the team and management . They are now sitting joint second in the table.
The senior game threw in at 7.30 and the Reds got off to a slow start and the home side took control in the first half going in with a six point lead at half time 0-8 to 0-2 The lads from the Cross put in a much better second half performance and out scored the Milford men 0-11 to 0-3 in but the gap proved too much for them and lost the game by two points. The final score was Red Hughs 0-13 Milford 0-11.
Training for seniors & minors continues on Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30
The senior ladies played Convoy at home last Thursday and put in a fantastic performance from start to finish. They really played some lovely football moving and passing the ball very well indeed. The took some fine scores from distance and never stopped playing until the final whistle. They were easy winners on the night. Very well done to the team and management. The Final score was Red Hughs 3-11 Convoy 0-3
Training continues for the ladies on Monday at 7.30 & Thursday at 7.30.
Under 12 Girls
Well done to the u12 girls who hosted their own blitz today.The girls done well in all their games. Thanks to Marie, Moninne and Alice for helping with refreshments afterwards and to Charlie Doherty & Joe Gallen for referring the games. One more blitz for the girls in Glenfin in two weeks time.
Under 14 Girls
The girls are away to Robert Emmetts on Monday evening throw in is at 8pm. Good Luck to the girls and management.
Under 16 Girls
The under 16 girls will have their first training session this Wednesday evening at 7pm. Cathal asks that the girls make a big effort to come out to training.
Under 8 Boys & Girls
Played their blitz on Saturday in Glenfin. They had two teams competing on the day & played five games against Buncranna and Glenfin. Well done to all involved. Their next blitz is on Saturday the 31st of May in Termon. Training continues on Saturday mornings at 11am.
Under 10 Boys & Girls
The under 10 boys are playing their first blitz this Saturday in Glenfin. Bus is leaving the pitch at 10.15am Bring lunch & ‚Ç¨2 for the bus.
Under 12 Boys
The young lads are playing away to Lifford this Monday evening in their second game if their season.
Under 14 Boys
The under 14 boys played their first game in their division 3 championship group stage. They played Downings at home. The lads from Downings proved too strong for the young lads and and they were defeated on a scoreline of Red Hughs 0-6 Downings 2-11 Their next game is on this Wednesday away to Milford throw in 7pm
Under 16 Boys
The under 16 lads played Glenfin away last Friday evening. It was a very evenly matched contest from start to finish with very little between the sides at any stage. The young Cross lads fought to the final whistle and ran out winners by a solitary point to spare. Final score Red Hughs 2-11 Glenfin 3-7 They will have no more games now until after the Junior cert exams.
Lotto & 100 + Club Results
Lotto Results 15/05/14 Numbers Drawn Were 5,6,3,2,8,7,4,1, One Winner Matched 3 Numbers Caroline Dullaghan Liscooley Receives ‚Ç¨50 Next Weeks Jackpot is ‚Ç¨3975
This Weeks Luck Winner Was Number 106 Anne Sweeney Ballinaman Receives ‚Ç¨100
Thanks to everyone for their continued support
The club wish to thank sincerely the Mc Menamin building Contractors for sponsoring a new set of Jerseys for the senior team.
Ceili dancing continues in the clubhouse on a Tuesday evening from 8pm until 10pm they will continue until the end of June. everyone welcome, from 14+ great evening of socializing and aerobic exercise.
Zumba fitness on Wednesday evenings at 7pm
Jiving lessons continue on Thursday evenings at 8pm
Important club meeting on Wednesday evening at 9pm. Would all club members make an effort to attend these meetings.
The club still have some terrace tickets available for The Donegal v Derry match in Celtic park. Contact Kathy Kelly or Andy Doherty
Minor Board meeting in Clubhouse on Thursday evening at 9pm. All team coaches & managers please attend.
Ulster GAA are delivering concussion awareness workshops next week in each county across the province. This is an extremely important information evening for all club coaches and parents and anyone that may have an interest in this area. It is important that as many as possible attend these workshops so we can disseminate the information.
The Donegal workshop will be in Glenswilly GAC on Wednesday 21st May, 7:30pm.
The U12 and U14 girls are hosting a coffee morning/cake sale on Sunday 8th June in the Red Hughs clubhouse and we need your help. If you can bake or if you know anyone who can bake and would like to help the girls out then please contact Maura Mc Crudden or Sabrina White. All help would be very much appreciated
Club Bingo continues in Hall at 8.30 Lotto result 13-5-14 CW,CN,TY,WH 1 Matched 3 Caroline Black Drumkeen Nexts Weeks Jackpot ‚Ç¨3250 Training for Senior Ladies Wed from 7 on Fri 7.30 and Sun at 10.30 New Players are always welcome Check FB page for updates or changes. Junior ladies beaten away to Red Hughs. Senior Ladies beaten away to Gweedore Nx game in 13 a side this wed v Aodh Rua at 8 in Convoy .
Training for Underage continues on Friday from 6-7. U8 had their FIRST Blitz of the season in at St Eunans Gaa pitch on Sat 18th of May well done to all who took part and played so well. Thanks to all coaches who looked after them and the Parents for their support .
St Marys are hosting U 10 home blitz This Sat Check fb for Details and check with coaches at underage training Can coaches make themselves available to help out on Sat please.Can parents please bring some Sandwiches ,home bakes, biscuits etc thank you
U-14- u16 Girls training Mondays 6.30 to 7.30 .U 14 girls away to Killybegs on Tues check fb for details
U 12 boys away to St Eunans on Mon U 14 boys away to L.Gaels on Wed check fb for times etc . U 16 boys won away to L.Gaels on Friday
Schools day will take place this Thurs May 22nd at St Marys pitch any coaches that are available to help can you let Conor know thank you .
Mens Results Seniors and reserves both won at home v R.Emmets St Marys Seniors 1-13 R.Emmets 1-04 St Marys Reserves 3-14 R.Emmets 1-02 Next game Tues May 27th at home v Na Rossa
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Both the Seniors and Reserves were defeated by St Michaels away last Sunday. The Seniors were looking like getting their first win of their Division 1 campaign but concession of 2 sloppy goals late on robbed them of victory.
The Seniors have no game this weekend due to Donegal‚Äôs involvement in the Ulster Senior Championship against Derry. The Club wishes Michael Boyle and the rest of the Donegal team all the best in their match.
The Reserves are playing Gweedore at The Burn Road on Saturday evening with the starting time still to be confirmed. Please see local press closer to the time.
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A huge thanks this week to Conal McCarron for presenting an excellent First Aid and Defibrillator training course to our underage coaches over two nights last week. We now have another 9 people trained on the use of the Defibrillator. Thanks Conal for your time and thanks to Don Gallagher for all the organising.
Well done to our Underage County players on their contributions in recent weeks. Caolan McDaid was part of the U17 team that have qualified for the final stages of the McGuigan Cup which will take place later in the summer. James McSharry and Enda McCormack were both playing in the Buncrana Cup qualifiers in Derry two weeks ago and both contributed scores in both victories and also progress to the Buncrana Cup finals in July. Well done boys.
We are currently seeking a Lotto seller in the Kilmacrennan area. Parents of any boy or girl, over 12 years of age, who would like to promote our lotto and earn some pocket money at the same time, should contact any committee member.
Our U12 boys had a busy few days with games against both St Michaels and Glenswilly. On Friday night two very impressive St Michael‚Äôs teams took the points in what were entertaining games with some fantastic displays of the skills of Gaelic Games. The B game was level on several occasions but the influence of Ciara McGarvey and Liam Toye swung the balance in favour of the team from Creeslough and Dunfanaghy. Termon had excellent displays from Lorcan Doherty in goals, Caoimhin Kelly and Manus O‚ÄôConnell. In the A game Termon led by 4 at half time but 2 quick fire 3 pointers from St Michaels swung the game in their favour. Despite the best efforts of Mark Gallagher, Ben Lecky and Marty Steele, St Michaels held out for the win. On Monday night our boys made the short trip to Glenswilly and got back to winning ways with 2 victories. The B team laid down a marker early on with some fine scores and ran out victors by 6 points. The A game was a closer run affair. The teams were level at half time but an assured second half performance earned the Termon boys a 4 point victory. Next up its Fanad Gaels on Monday evening at the Burn Road with a 6.30pm throw in. Come along and support the boys. In the meantime coaching will take place this Wednesday evening 7pm at The Burn Road and not Friday as originally planned.
The U14s were defeated by 2 points in an exciting opening A Championship game on Wednesday evening last. Despite a late Adam McElwaine goal the Termon boys just could not find that final goal that was needed. A huge first half display looked to have put our boys in a commanding position but Buncrana never gave up and 2 goals in a 5 minute period halfway through the second half turned this game on its head. Next up for the boys it‚Äôs another home game, this time against Carndonagh this Friday at 7pm at the Burn Road. Again come along if you can to support this team.
Our U8s made their debut for 2014 in Falcarragh in wet conditions on Saturday last. Well done to all the boys and girls that travelled, many playing their first game at this level. This Saturday, our U10s play in their opening blitz of 2014 when they will travel to Downings. St Eunans, MacCumhaills and the hosts will provide the opposition. We will meet up at the Burn Road at 10:15 to be away at 10:25 sharp please. Anyone seeking a lift for their child is asked to contact Paddy on 0872175234 or Eddie on 0866082512. Best of luck to the boys and girls involved.
Coaching for U6s and U8s will continue at The Burn Road this Saturday 10.30-11.30. We hope to see all our boys and girls in attendance as we have a home U8 blitz on Saturday week.
Remember every child involved in U8s and U10s should have a gumshield and a bottle of water with them to coaching and games.
Thanks to everyone that have registered their children for the 2014 season so far. To date over 200 children have completed the registration process .You can still register your child and we would ask those not yet registered to do so ASAP so that all insurance requirements are in place to allow your child to play Gaelic games. We have set May 31st as the deadline for registering your child for 2014. All children boys and girls from U6 ‚Äì U18 must be registered to be eligible to play and to attend coaching. Registration rates are the same as last year but with a special introductory price for new recruits. Can all Coaches of boys and girls teams from U6 ‚Äì U18 please ensure that their players have been registered by Saturday. Anyone seeking any further information can contact Eddie Harkin, Bernard Gallagher or Therese McCafferty.
Senior Ladies: The Senior Ladies played Moville on Sunday in the 13-a-side league. As no senior county players field for this tournament, many of the Under 16 girls joined the squad for this game. Well done to all the girls who turned up and played so well, and thanks to the Senior Ladies who played and introduced our younger girls to Senior club football.‚Ä®Minor Ladies: Good luck to our Minor players Hollie McDaid, Anna Gallagher, Lucy O‚ÄôFlynn and Shannon McGroddy who are part of the Donegal Minor panel who play Armagh in the Ulster Final on Sunday. Time and Venue are yet to be confirmed.‚Ä®Under 16: Training on Friday at 6 pm. Any queries please contact Therese 0877617104. Well done to the Under 16 girls who played for the Senior Ladies on Sunday. It was great to see the younger girls getting this valuable experience.‚Ä®Under 14: Training on Friday at 6:30pm, all girls must attend. Match away to Glenties is provisionally book for next Tuesday, Paddy will confirm this fixture.‚Ä®Under 12: Training on Monday at 5:30pm. The girls had a good match against Downings who travelled to the Burn Road. Thanks very much to Downings for the match.
Can the lotto coordinators for each week please send the results to the PRO for inclusion in the notes by Monday evening at the latest. They can either be sent by text to 0860858109, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot last week. The numbers drawn were 2, 10, 16 and 28. Open draw winners are John Watson and Patrick Hilferty. Next week‚Äôs draw takes place in McClaffertys and the Jackpot currently stands at ‚Ç¨1,250.
Good Luck Good luck to the St. Michael‚Äôs players and the rest of the Donegal Team and management in their Ulster Championship Match against Derry in Celtic Park in Derry on Sunday. The throw in is at 2pm. All County League Both teams were at home to Termon on Sunday last at the Bridge. The seniors won a scoreline of St. Michael‚Äôs 2-10 Termon 0-8. The St. Michael‚Äôs scorers were Michael Cannon 1-2, Brian McLaughlin 1-0, Lee Carr 0-2, Chris McElhinney, Martin Breslin, Stephen Coyle, Oisin Langan, Stephen Doak and Michael Langan 0-1 each. The reserves also won on a scoreline of St. Michael‚Äôs 2-8 Termon 2-4. The St. Michael‚Äôs scorers were: Michael Langan 1-3, Danny Langan 1-0, Danny Langan 1-0, Barry McGinley 0-2, Ciaran Kelly and Keelan McGee, John McFadden 0-1 each. The team was Dean Fleming, Shaun Doak, Neil Toye, Eddie Patterson, Stephen Horan, Paul Creamer, Daniel Doak, Oran McGee, Ciaran Kelly, John McFadden, Michael Langan, Danny Langan (Captain). Subs Jack McGinley for Dara McCarry, Hugh McGee for Neil Toye (injured), Dara McCarry for Paul Creamer all in second half. The Club have no fixtures this weekend owing to the Donegal V Derry game. Lotto Rota The St. Michael‚Äôs Lotto Rota for the next two weeks are as follows: 24th May Dunfanaghy Bridget Sweeney and Tina Carolan, Creeslough Bernadett McFadden and Patricia Hunter, 31st May Dunfanaghy Gerard Gallagher and Danny Langan, Creeslough Patricia Kelly and Martina Carr. Anyone who is unable to carry out this very important job for the club is asked to get a replacement on the night. Club Meeting St. Michael‚Äôs Club Meeting will be held on tonight Thursday 22nd May at 8pm. Bingo The ‚Ç¨150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Mary McFadden Shroughan. This weeks Jackpot will be ‚Ç¨1300. Lotto There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael‚Äôs Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 2,5,6,11,15,17, the 5 match 5 winners were Pat Maguire Strabane, Marie Corcoran Kill, Bridie Durning Main Street Dunfanaghy, Leanne Moore Lizzie‚Äôs Diner and Susan Stewart Breaghy who won ‚Ç¨20. This weeks jackpot will be ‚Ç¨5,800. Club Gear Anyone who would like to purchase club gear ‚Äì hoodys, half zip tops, tee shirts or polo t shirts for adults or children please contact Nicola 0863084164 Clubhouse Key There is a Key for the Clubhouse in the Dunfanaghy Post Office during weekdays if required but anyone borrowing it must return the key to the Post Office. St. Michaels Minor Board U14/16 Girls Gaelic Football
Well done to our U14 girls who done very well in the first round of the U14 league with wins against Downings and Fanad and losing to a very strong Termon side. The girls are now in the 2nd round of this league and we wish them and their Manager, Maria Carr, all the best. Maria has done a great job with these young girls and it‚Äôs great to see so many at training.
If there are any girls who were born after 1st January 1998 that would be interested in playing Under 16 football this year would they please contact Sally Trearty on 0871213821. All girls have to be registered before the 31st May 2014.
Would anyone who is available to help coach some of the underage players please contact Manus on 087 647 0532.
The St. Michael‚Äôs Parish League continued at the Bridge on Sunday last 18th May and the results were as follows: Under 12‚Äôs Faugher 9 Kildarragh 5, Ballymore 9 Dunfanaghy 27, Murroe 8 Ards 22.
Under 15‚Äôs Glassan 15 Drimnaraw 9, Creeslough 20 Roscad 24.
There will be no Parish League on this Sunday May 25th owing to the Derry v Donegal game. Depending when our seniors are playing on the weekend of June 1st/2nd will determine whether the Parish League will be played on the Sunday or Bank Holiday Monday.
U8’S well done to the 15 brave Under 8‚Äôs who turned up for the first blitz of the year last Friday evening in the pouring rain at the bridge.
After close encounters with Milford and Fanad Gaels, St. Michael‚Äôs finished with a win over Letterkenny Gaels.
The next blitz will take place on Saturday morning May 31st. U10’S Under 10 training continues at the bridge on Tuesdays 6pm-7.15pm. The first blitz of the year takes place on Saturday morning may 24th. U12’s The under 12’s began there season on Friday evening with a trip to Termon. The first game saw our B team put in a fantastic performance as they came away with a 3 point win. From our debut making keeper Lauren Russell, to our free scoring full forward Ethan Doherty and every player in between the performances were immense.
The A team also put in brilliant performance and also went home through the Gap with the points after a hard fought 2 point victory. A personal tally of 1-3 from Paddy Doherty going a long way in making that possible.
Monday evening saw the first home game of the 12’s season as the boys from Gaoth Dobhair paid a visit. The A team played first and after a poor first half rallied in the second to record a 3 point win on a scoreline of 5-9 to 5-6. Carlos O’Reilly and Calvin Murray being the main protagonists in the victory.
The B Team also continued their winning start with a 3-5 to 2-3 win. Marcella Dolan at the back, Joe Branch in midfield and Paul Johnston up front played a big part in the win.
The next under 12 match is fixed for next Monday away to Cloughaneely at 6.30.
Convoy were the visitors to the Bridge on Wednesday evening last. A good start from them out them in front and they held a two point lead at half time.
St. Michael‚Äôs began to put the pressure on and held a one point lead with time running out. A pointed free drew Convoy level. St. Michael‚Äôs piled forward from the kick out and won the game with the last kick out from the boot of Anthony Browne. Anthony finished the game with a personal tally of four goals and a point on his comeback from injury. A good team effort from the Bridge.
St. Michael‚Äôs played away to Cloughaneely last Friday night and scored a very good win on a miserable wet night. A great team performance by all.
Training continues on Wednesday nights at 7.30pm and the bridge.
Draw on 17th May Numbers drawn: 4, 1, 5, 2, 3, 6, 7. No winner. Consolation prize to Eamon Kelly, Main Street, Mountcharles.
TICKETS: Anyone who has tickets ordered for Sunday’s Donegal V Derry game can collect tickets at Clubhouse this Wednesday at 9pm.
SENIORS: Our seniors had a good win against Cloughaneely last weekend. Scorers were Stephen Griffin 2-05, Barry Griffin 1-01, Pauric Coyle 1-0, Andrew Gallagher 0-1, Stuart Johnson 0-1 and Daniel Brennan 0-1.
This weekend both the seniors and reserves are playing away to Dungloe. Reserves kick-off 4pm.; Seniors 6pm.
NAOMH NAILLE LADIES: The Senior Ladies team travelled to Glen last Sunday week and came away with a great win on a scoreline of 4-14 to 4-7. In the first half the girls led by 3-3 to 2-3 with Donna Kelly and Denise Breslin bagging two goals and Eilish Ward scoring a well-taken penalty and three points. In the second half there was some great scores hit from County captain and player Ward hitting 0-6 with some great points from Emer Shovelin 0-2 Donna Kelly 0-1, Caoimhe Maguire 0-1 and young Denise Breslin bagging 1-1.
This game also seen the welcome return to the team of Ally McGready who had been away on her travels for the last two years. Great to see her back in a Nauls jersey.
The girls travelled to play Kilcar on Friday evening and came away with another impressive victory on a scoreline of 3-15 to 0-5. Leah Burke had 0-3 scored by half time and Denise Breslin continued her good goal scoring form with another well-executed goal and impressive midfielder Emer Shovelin with a point to leave the half time score 1-4 to 4 in favour of our girls. In the next half Emer Shovelin and Co really ran riot with the former county minor hitting 1-5 and another three pointer by Denise Breslin and points from Amy Shovelin who put in a big shift in midfield and Caoimhe Maguire finishing the scoring for the Nauls. There was great performances in those two games by the minor and under sixteen girls whom only for them the girls would not be able to field. Well done Patsy and Patrick who are keeping the girls on the playing field and their performances are showing that the girls are enjoying it.
Runners are still going strong. If you feel like walking, jogging or running come along – Monday at 9pm in Frosses and Wednesdays 9pm in Mountcharles. NOTES: Please email any notes to: email@example.com
Naomh Muire GAA Club is delighted to welcome Paudie Butler to the Clubhouse this Friday evening at 7.30pm. Paudie Butler is a former National Hurling Co-ordinator and a well respected voice in the development of children through games. He is a sought after person and has addressed all the major GAA development conferences this year. ‘Inspiring Children: Fostering a love of Gaelic Games’ and “Developing confident, competent children” – are but two of his all-important presentations. Paudie Butler concentrates of the ages of 4- 12 years and offers invaluable advice on range of movement and encouragement for children at these ages. He talks about supporting coaches so that children can hear the language of positivity as they enjoy their games.
Naomh Muire GAA Club and the work of Bord na n√ìg encourage all parents as well as club coaches, underage players over 16, teachers, Senior players and others who wish to hear Paudie Butler’s advice to come along to the evening.
Bh√≠ l√° maith ag na foirne sinsearach agus taca√≠ochta ar na Meilte an Domhnach seo caite. D’√©irigh len d√° fhoireann an bhua a bheith acu ar fhoirne Ghleann Fhinne. Beidh an foireann taca√≠ochta ag imirt ar√≠s an Satharn seo in √©adan Bun Dobhr√°in ar na Meilte ar√≠s ag 7:30. The bank holiday weekend see a double set of fixtures where both seniors and reserves are in action. A trip to MacCumhaill park is first up on Saturday 31st and then on bank holiday Monday, Fanad Gaels make the long trip to the Banks.
The U-14 Girs were defeated by Naomh Columba last Tuesday in the Banks by one point. Their next game is against S. ‘Michael’s in Dunfanaghy on Wednesday 21st at 6.30pm. The bus for that match will leave the car park in Annagry at 5.40pm sharp. Comhghairdeas le Casey McGarvey, Anagaire agus Saoirse Bonner, C√©ideadh who were part of the Donegal U-14 girls team who were at the All-Ireland Blitz in Mullingar on Saturday 17th May.
Training for U-10/U-12 Girls is from 5.30 to 6.30pm on Thursdays. Ladies/minors and U-16s training is on Thursday 6.30 to 7.30pm.
Lotto: N√≠or bhain duine ar bith an pota √≥ir an tseachtain seo. Is iad 12-17-19-24 na huimhreacha a th√°inig amach. Bh√≠ tr√≠ uimhir ag Br√≠d McDevitt as an Bhr√°id agus Bridie Sharkey as Bun na mBeann. Beidh ‚Ç¨980 sa phota an tseachtain seo chugainn.
The next 100+ draw will take place on the 28th May and we are still taking members! Be in with a chance of sharing in any of our 13 money prizes each month, with the top prize ‚Ç¨500. Contact co-ordinator D√≥nal √ì’S√©arc√°igh and he will organise a collector to collect subs each month. Remember if your not in you can’t Win!
Na Cealla Beaga
Sunday results: Na Cealla Beaga 1-7 Maccumhaills 0-9 Reserve- Na Cealla Beaga 2-5 Maccumhaills 4-9. There will be no senior or reserve game this weekend. As it was unfortunate for the reserve to miss out on a win it was great to see the senior teamputting points on the table, hopefully with gaining a few more of the lads back from injury in the coming weeks the team will continue to strive. Well done to the U-14 girls who beat Malin on Thursday last 8-6 to 3-5. Would you like your business to feature on our killotto envelopes? Each year the club sells approx. 20,000 envelopes, reaching a huge audience on a weekly basis. Contact Sarah Tully 0863311733 for further info.
Time for a Spring Clean?? CLG Na Cealla Beaga will be collecting any unwanted clothes, shoes, towels, linen, curtains and mobile phones! This was a huge success for the club in 2013 and helped raise vital funds to maintain the facilities at The Eamonn Byrne Memorial Park. You can drop off any evening during training this week into dressing room 4 or contact 0863311733 and we can arrange collection from your door! Many thanks for your support!
Club Donegal is now available. The Club Donegal card enables the card holder to enter into any adult league or championship club match in the county. If you attend regular games this is a great saving! Purchase your adult membership and the club donegal card for ‚Ç¨170. Purchase your family membership and the card for ‚Ç¨200. Alternatively purchase two cards and your family membership for ‚Ç¨330. These cards are limited and we already have applicants inquiring. Don’t worry if you have already paid your membership – you can ‘top up’ your membership to avail of the club donegal scheme!
There was no bingo jackpot winner this week. Next weeks bingo jackpot is ‚Ç¨1900.
There was no Killotto jackpot winner this week. This weeks numbers were 3,7,20,23. Next weeks killotto jackpot is ‚Ç¨1600 and match 3 is 120 euro. Gracie O Haras team are selling Sat 23rd May, Billy Brodericks team are selling Sat 31st May and Ed Byrne/Niall Erskines team are selling Sunday 1st June. Remember you can play the lotto online at www.locallotto.ie
Wishing the Donegal County teamthe best of luck against Derry on Sunday. The club would like to take this oppurtunity to wish the most vocal man on the senior palying field a Happy 30th Birthday!
The next monthly meeting will take place in the Clubhouse on Monday next May 26th at 9pm.. There will be a Minor Board and Coaching structures meeting on the same night at 8pm.
The under 16s had a good victory over St Eunans last Friday evening while the Thirds continued their unbeaten run of four games with a 4-7 to 1-7 win over St. Eunans on Sat last in O Donnell Park. Next up for the Thirds is Naomh Conaill at home on Saturday May 24th at 7.30pm. The Reserves are away to St Michaels which is also on Saturday evening at 7.30pm. The Reserves are going well and recorded a fine victory up in Malin on Sunday last by a scoreline of 2-16 to 7points.
Unfortunately the Seniors were beaten at the same venue by a margin of nine points.
The Seniors are not in action this weekend due to the Derry v Donegal game and the club would like to wish both Michael and Neil all the best for Sunday. Congratulations to young Patrick Gallagher of Stramore National School who will represent the club at the half time game in Celtic Park.Our under14 boys had a fine victory over Bundoran in the all county league semi final in Convoy on Monday 19th May and now go into the County Final against the winners of Downings and Naomh Ultan.
The venue and date for this final has yet to be confirmed.Lotto winning numbers this week are 1,3,14,23. Match three winner this week is Clara Grant. The jackpot now stands at ‚Ç¨4440. This week seller is Michael Canning.Congratulations to the Glenswilly Community Games U10 Gaelic team who beat Milford in the County final, and now go on to Ulster in June.
Lotto numbers for 13/05/14; Jackpot ‚Ç¨3100: 2 6 8 4 3 7 1 5. Paddy Ward matched the first 3 numbers and won ‚Ç¨60. Next week’s Jackpot: ‚Ç¨3150.
The 1st U8 blitz of the year was a big success on saturday in Glenfin. We hosted Buncrana and Red Hughs. Glenfin had 3 teams in action and for some of the children it was their first time playing for the club.Well done to all the children who took part in what was a very entertaining feast of football. A special thanks to all the young managers, referees and to all the ladies that provided the refreshments.
Our U14’s had a great victory over Naomh Padraig in the championship last Wednesday on a scoreline of 2 13 to 1 04. Next up for them is a trip to Burt next Wednesday 21st.
Bord na n√ìg are hosting a party followed by a barn dance in The GAA Hall on Friday 30th of May at 8pm. Dancing from 10pm-1am. Admission is ‚Ç¨7 and refreshments will be served.
100 Club May Winners ‚Ç¨1000: John Joe & Winnie McConigley Cashelprehen ‚Ç¨250: Pat & Bernie Murphy Kerrykeel ‚Ç¨250: John Friel Johnny Ned Well done everyone!
Winners of the draw for the match tickets for Derry v Donegal game on Sunday were Bridie Doherty, Ballyheerin and James Connors, Letterkenny.
Lotto Results No jackpot winner. Numbers were 1, 9, 14, 15, 20 B 20. ‚Ç¨100 Angela Blaney, Rosnakill ‚Ç¨50 Oisin Blaney Rosnakill. Next week’s jackpot is ‚Ç¨2,750.
Realt na Mara Reserves 3:09 v Gaeil Fh√°nada 1:11 Our Reserves played very well in a very controversial game. Best for Gaeil Fh√°nada was Conor McFadden, AidanHeraghty, Brendan ‚ÄòNanny‚Äô Friel & Jerry ‚ÄòDiver‚Äô Friel. Gaeil Fh√°nada: Paul O‚Äô Connor, Michael Heraghty, Paul Coyle 0:01, Paul Martin, Aidan Heraghty, Brendan Callaghan,Conor McFadden 0:01, Eamonn Sweeney 0:01, ColmMcGonigle, Brendan Friel, Jerry Friel 0:02, Kevin Loughrey, Charlie Crerand 0:02, Shaun McGovern 1:01, Niall Carr 0:03,Conor McConigley, Declan Coyle for Kevin Loughrey, GaryMcGonigle for Charlie Crerand, James Martin. Referee Niall McCready.
Doire v D√∫n na nGall √Ådh m√≥r chuig na buachaill√≠ ar foireann D√∫n na nGall. ibP√°irc na gCeilteach √≥ gach duine i Gaeil Fh√°nada C.L.G.
Good luck also to Donegal Minors playing in Celtic Park on Sunday especially to Lorcan Connor (son of our manager Cookie) from Downings and plays for our Mulroy Gaels Minor team who is a member of the Donegal Minor squad.
VHI C√∫l Camp Time to book your child‚Äôs place on our GAA C√∫l Camp which always proves a popular week of fun and games. For further info see www.kelloggsculcamp.gaa.ie or contact Fiona Shiels.
Seniors Our seniors and reserves both had good home wins against Gaoth Dobhair last Sunday the reserves were victors by 0-12 to 2-04 with the seniors won by 3-12 to 3-09 in a match where both sides were without county senior and minor players, next up for the reserves is a home tie against Ardara next Saturday at 7:30pm no senior match next weekend so next up for them is the quarter final Gaeltacht tie against Cill na Martha on Saturday week.
Ulster Championship Best of luck to the Donegal senior and minor‚Äôs teams in the 2014 Ulster Championship match against Derry next Sunday and epically to the lads who are representing the club in both matches.
Underage Our Under 14s had a hard fought victory over a very spirited Naomh Mhuire team on Wednesday night last in Glenties in the League Divisional Final in what was a close affair throughout the lads had to come from behind and levelled with 10 minutes to go, Cill Chartha‚Äôs greater hunger seen them through scoring 1-02 without reply to win the game the final score was Cill Chartha 1-12 Naomh Mhuire 2-04. They then played Naomh Colmcille last Saturday in the County League semi-final in Ballintra in what was a great team performance they qualified for the Divisional 2 League Final. Final score Cill Chartha 3-18 Naomh Colmcille 4-02. They now play Letterkenny Gaels in the Final this Friday 23rd May at 7pm in Tir Conaill Park Donegal Town, all the best boy’s! Lotto There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week‚Äôs Jackpot is ‚Ç¨5,400 this week‚Äôs numbers were 3, 4, 22 and 29 winners were: ‚Ç¨50 Colette McDevitt, Carrick ‚Ç¨30 Peadar Molloy and ‚Ç¨20 Sean O‚ÄôGara. Lotto Plus numbers 3, 17, 18 and 22 there was no winner.
Bingo Club Bingo winners: ‚Ç¨165 Mary Breslin, ‚Ç¨150 Peter Sweeney, ‚Ç¨100 Sarah McGinley, ‚Ç¨95 John Conwall, ‚Ç¨70 Gladys Fuller, Delia Hegarty, Teresa Hegarty, Patricia O‚ÄôGara and Sarah McGinley. The Jackpot next week is ‚Ç¨2,000 on 45 numbers.
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Ard an Ratha
There was no winner of our weekly flotto, the numbers drawn were: 4, 16, 20, 24. Consolation prizes went to Kathleen Gallagher, Glengesh and Kathleen Molloy, Tully cleave. The jackpot now stands at ‚Ç¨4,500.
The seniors and reserves had contrasting fortunes at the weekend away to Four Masters in the All County League. Mark Cassidy‚Äôs second string were well beaten but Adrian Brennan‚Äôs men grinded out a good victory.
The third team were held at home by MacCumhaills and will take on Pettigoe away this Saturday night. Good luck to the Ardara contingent that will be part of the Donegal set up that takes on Derry in Sunday‚Äôs Ulster SFC. Paddy McGrath and Conor Classon are pushing for spots in Jim McGuinness‚Äô starting XV while Damien Diver, Declan Gallagher and Pat Shovlein are in the backroom team.
Good luck also to Shane O‚ÄôDonnell who will be involved in the curtainrasier with Declan Bonner‚Äôs youngsters against the Oak Leaf minors.
Gael Leitir Ceannain
Well done and congratulations to Paddy Page, Sean O‚ÄòBaoill & Anthony O‚ÄôBaoill who all took part in the county u14 Hurling skills competition held at Setanta Park in Killygordon on Sunday afternoon. Paddy finished his day coming in 3rd place.
Both the Senior and Reserve lads kept their 100% unbeaten record after seeing off the challenge of Moville at the weekend. This coming weekend we have no match. Training for Seniors and Reserves continues at Pairc na nGael every Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm. New players always welcome.
Our u14 lads played and beat Naomh Mhuire in the Division 2 All County league semi-final at a wet and windy Pairc na nDunaibh on Saturday afternoon last. Final score 7-07 to 5-05. They now play Kilcar in the final this Friday evening. Time and venue to be confirmed. Check club Facebook for more info. All support welcome.
We had a large turnout for our Annual 5k Road Race & Fun Run on Sunday last. Thanks to all who took part and especially the hard working team who helped to organise the whole event. A special word of thanks are conveyed to Brendan (Herbie) McDaid, Danny McDaid John Cannon and the Letterkenny Athletic Club for their expertise and assistance in holding the run.
Jim Farrell is currently co-ordinating the Cash for Clobber fundraiser. This is a great way of raising much needed funds for the club and also helps unclutter your wardrobes. Contact Jim at 086 0566893 to arrange your bag or give the clothes directly to any club member.
Our u8 footballers took part in their first blitz of the year at The Bridge in Dunfanaghy. Once again in wintry conditions the children had a great evening of football. Thanks to the hosts, St. Michaels, and the opposing teams, Milford & Fanad Gaels for the sporting and fun games.
The u8 & u10 Hurlers travelled again on Sunday to Convoy for another blitz. The children had a great morning of Hurling. Special thanks to the St.Eunans and Carndonagh clubs for hosting.
We are currently looking for girls aged 9-12 to join our u12 Gaelic football squad. Training on Wednesday evening from 6.30-7.30. Contact Jim Farrell on 086 0566893 for more details.
Camogie training continues every Tuesday evening at Pairc na nGael from 6-7pm for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th class. 5th, 6th class & Secondary school on Monday evening 6-7.30pm at Pairc na nGael. Contact 086 8163605 for information. New players welcome.
The numbers in our club lotto have increased to 28. Any members of Friends of the Gaels wishing to change their weekly numbers should contact John McDermott or Sharon Harnet.
The u16 lads played Convoy at Pairc na nGael on Friday evening and were defeated. There will be no more game until after the exams. Training contuines at Pairc na nGael every Wednesday at 5.30 & Friday at 5.30pm.
U6, u8, & u10 football will not be on this Sunday to allow people to travel to the Donegal v Derry game.
Hurling training for U6, U8, U10 and U12 continues at the pitch every Thursday evening from 6.30-7.30pm. Hurleys and helmets provided for training.
Club members wishing to avail of Club Donegal should contact Jim on 0862271435. Membership includes free admission to all Club League & Championship games in the county for 2014.
Sympathy is extended to the O‚ÄôHara and Afxention families on their recent bereavement.
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