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All the latest news and notes from your local Donegal GAA clubs.

All the latest news and notes from your local Donegal GAA clubs.

Naomh Colmcille

Well done to the u10s who took part in the Northern Board blitz against St. Eunans B and Cloughaneely at O’Donnell Park on Saturday.

The u12s hosted Glenfin on Monday. Despite a number of players being unavailable the green team drew although the yellow team lost.

The u16s got their league off to a winning start against Robert Emmetts at Pairc Colmcille on Friday evening.

Ticket requests for the Ulster final should be sent to Alison Ferry (0879154559) by 9:00 pm Monday 8th July.

The Lucozade Sport Club Crusade promotion is on again this year. Collection bag will be in the clubhouse soon. Please collect the bottle tops for the club. This year we can collect for balls, equipment, jerseys etc.

The U-8 Blitz is this Saturday (13th July). Last week’s Lotto numbers were 12, 3, 22, 5, 7. Declan Breslin matched 4 numbers and won €75. This week’s numbers were 23, 17, 21, 8, 18. The three winners who won €25 each were Kieran and Darina Friel, Paul Callaghan and Oliver McDaid. 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.

Moville

The winning Lotto numbers for Monday 1st July were 6, 9, 18, and 20. There was no jackpot winner this week and the runner-up prize of €50 went to Maria Furlong. Next week’s jackpot will be €3,300.

Please check out the club Facebook page and website for all the latest Moville GAA O’Neills merchandise. All items are currently in stock. Please see Bridget Harkin if you would like to purchase any items.

Whether you fancy a Colm McFadden Korma, a Michael Murphy Madras or a Mark McHugh Vindaloo, come along to the Moville GAA Curry Night on Friday 19th July before the Ulster final where you can enjoy a curry and a drink for only €5.

Food will be served from 6pm until 10pm and entertainment will be traditional music and dance on the evening.

The U14 girls had two games this week and were victorious in both. They played Buncrana on Monday 1st of July at home and had a great win with every player performing well.

This set up another home encounter against Malin on Thursday evening which resulted in a comfortable win against an under strength Malin team. Best for Moville on the night were Sinead McGuinness, Niamh Skelly, Tara Hegarty and Ciara Harkin although the whole team played well. Moville played a game of direct football which was lovely to watch.

They had many scoring opportunities thanks to great interplay between the forwards. Great support play and an unselfish attitude among the forwards led to many girls getting their name on the score sheet.

The U14 boys travelled to Robert Emmets ground in Castlefin to replay their Division 3 County final against Naomh Ultan after it ended in stalemate in O’Donnell Park a week earlier.

The club are seeking members to volunteer their time on a Monday night at Bingo to help out with the club Lotto.

Carrick Field will be closed from Monday 15th July for the remainder of the season while the new pitch is being prepared.

Tir Conaill Gaels

Well done to the TCG U12 team who beat North London Shamrocks to win the Gerry Somers Shield at the weekend.

Join us for an evening of Trad music at TCG in conjuction with the

North London Comhaltas Brance.

The family fun day/presentation night planned for Saturday 20th July

has been postponed due to the London football teams involvement in the

Connacht final.

The third Annual LIVC Charity Rally and Fun Day will be held at Greenford

on Sunday 1st September. Starting with a Vintage Road Run from

Cricklewood to Greenford, then followed with a display of vintage

vehicles at Greenford, demonstrations - Butter / Soda Bread Making

etc., Tug-of-War,Wheel Barrow Race,

Live Music from a variety of musicians including an appearance by Robert Mizzell. BBQ, cream teas. All welcome- young and old - to come along and enjoy the craic!

Enquiries participating or helping out re the event should be Brendan

Vaughan on 07941045767.

Support our club lotto either in person at the club or on-line at www.tirchonaillgaels.com

Sean MacCumhaills

SThe third team took on table toppers Naomh Conaill in MacCumhaill Park on Sunday evening. MacCumhaills will feel that they should’ve won this match. They will rue a large number of wides, this gave Naomh Conaill the opportunity to score a free deep into injury time to secure a draw.

A full report on Feile Na nGaelgo is on the club website.

There were no winners of the lotto this week. The numbers drawn were 1,2,26 and 27 and there was no match three winners. The three names drawn out were Brid Mc Menaminan, Noel O’Donnell and Packie Gallen. They each receives €30. Next weeks jackpot is €5600.

We have club bags for sale at €15 they are ideal for school bags. We also stock Mac Cumhaills shorts, socks, hurleys and water bottles. Contact Alan Martin 0861723899

Anyone wishing to take a sign in a prime location on a gable wall, please contact Alan or Peter.

An Clochan Liath

Ba iad 6, 11, 14 agus 17 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingeadh ag deireadh na seachtaine seachtaine agus nior baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €1,500 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Mary Gallagher c/o Sarah Credit Union, Brian Boyle 4 Ard Croine, Roseanne O’Donnell Annagry, Margaret Hanlon Calhame agus Eddie Walker Gweedore Road.

Bhain Kathleen O’Donnell as Bunaman (€150), Martina Reilly as St. Peter’s Tce,Denis Gallagher as Ranafast, Breid O’Donnell as St. Peter’s Tce. agus Kathleen O’Donnell as Bunaman €100 ag an Bhingo.

The the 200 Club winners were €1,000 – Jamsie Cannon, 2nd €500 – Alan Rodgers, Pole Road, 3rd €300, Peter McGee, Meenderryhirk, 4th €100 – Bella Sweeney, Cloughwally, 5th €100 – Margaret Sweeney, Cloughwally.

Dungloe GAA proudly presents ‘Talent of the Rosses’, a night of song, dance &

of August 2013 at 8pm Ionad Spoirt na Rosann. An evening where the talents of our local children will be showcased off the field. Tickets €5 on sale in

Books & Charts, Main street Dungloe. Doors open at 7.15pm.

Dungloe GAA present the Gathering on the 28th of July from 12pm to 4pm in Rosses park with a barbecue, traditional music, fun & games for the kids and some demo matches featuring young & old players along with the Wall of history in pictures for any of our past and present members who are visiting during the Mary from Dungloe.

Cill Chartha

The new club website will be on line inside the next two weeks and underage managers should ontact James with information on their respected teams.

The Cúl Camp os next week from Monday July 15th to Friday July 19th, from 10 am to 2 pm each day.

Registration on Monday morning or online @www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps application forms are also in the tea rooms in Towney. Contact Kevin Lyons on 087-8361215 for any other information.

Tickets for the Ulster final must be collected and paid for on Tuesday 16th July between 8 and 10pm in Towney.

The ladies team were defeated in the Junior A championship first round first leg on Sunday night by Naomh Conaill.

The U-12 and U-16 teams had good victories in Towney on Monday evening over Naomh Brid. Cill Chartha won the U12, 5-11 to 1-7,and the U-16 game 3-15 to 0-7.

There was no winner of the lotto at the weekend. The numbers were 8,15,20,26 , Lotto Plus numbers were 2,6,19,26. Consolation prizes went to Paddy Sweeney, Paddy Mc Brearty, Carrick and Michael McShane.

Bingo winners were Deirbhile McShane, Michael Doherty, Margaret Cunningham, Eileen Curran, Letty Doherty and Margaret Byrne.

Four Masters

It was a great weekend for Four Masters as senior and reserves teams won their games against Malin.

Four Masters GAA will launch a new website on Thursday 11th July at 8pm sharp. New Club gear will also be launched on the night.

Damien Dunnion’s U-10s had a great day out on Saturday 6th July when they participated in a blitz at St. Nauls.

A first aid/defibrillator course is planned for Saturday 27th July. This is a certified, one full day course, valid for two years. The course will take place in the Abbey Hotel 10am - 4.30pm. This course is available for members of Four Masters GAA. For further information contact Deborah on 087 219 9730.

The Kellogs Cul Camp will be held in Tirchonaill Park at the end of July and beginning of August. The football camp will be held from the 22nd to 26th July and the hurling/camogie camp will take place from 5th to the 9th of August. For further information please contact Pauric Harvey on 086 052 39 05 (football) or Shane Patton 086 088 65 76 (hurling/camogie).

A fantastic evening on Friday 5th July saw the Tirchonail Park pitch full of young hurlers and camogs - with wins for the 1/2/3 year second level girls and the 5/6th class girls - both teams finishing their league campaigns against Na Magha from Derry. We also held a mini-U8-blitz for the Four Masters girls and boys playing Na Magha and Ballyshannon - great to see so many children playing hurling and camogie.

The senior and reserves teams are having a fundraiser which will take place on the Donegal Bay Waterbus, Friday July 12th. Tickets only cost €15 each and are available from Mickey Martin (0876198905), Rory O’Donnell (087 8872283) and Emlyn Hughes (087 9506113).

Naomh Conaill

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 6,13,14 and 21. The €50 prizes went to James Griffin, Derries and Odhrán Furey, the Glen. Next week’s jackpot is €2,900.

The U16’s had a good victory over Dungloe last week while the minors were beaten in the championship last week by Naomh Mhuire.

The thirds game against Mac Cumhaills on Sunday finished all square Mac Cumhaills 1-7 1-7 Naomh Conaill.

The senior ladies played Kilcar in the championship on Sunday and recorded a good victory.

St. Michael’s

In the All County League Division 1 and Division 1 reserve on Saturday night last, both teams were at home to Naomh Conaill at the Bridge, and both recorded good victories.

Members can order their tickets for the Ulster final before 5pm on Thursday 11th JULY - orders to Patricia Kelly, 0861239435, Nicola Ferry, 0863084164, Liam Mc Elhinney 0868611097, Neil McGinley 0868165311.

St. Michael’s player Michael Langan was selected for an Ulster GAA Training Camp in Jordanstown on the 1st and 2nd July last. Michael was one of five members of the Donegal U-16 who were on the camp.

The club will host RUNEGAL 2013 which will take place on this Saturday 13th July at with the runners starting at 1pm and the walkers at 1.15pm from the St. Michael’s Clubhouse.

The event will be followed by a Bar B Que at Molly’s Bar Dunfanaghy.

For more information contact Andrew on 0879274892.

There was no Jackpot winner in the ini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday. The numbers drawn were 1,4,5,11,13,15. The Match 5 winners were Kathleen Gallagher, Termon, Sinead McGahey, Letterkenny and Ciaran Gallagher, Corcreggan, who won €35 each. This weeks jackpot is €3550.

The €150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Lorraine McCarthy, Purt.

This weeks Snowball at the Bingo Session, in Dunfanaghy at 8pm in the Ozanam Community Centre will be €4700 on 45 number or less.

The Lotto Sellersfor 13th July, are Dunfanaghy, Hugh O’Donnell and Martin McGarvey, Creeslough, Lee Martin Carr and Martin Breslin.

This years Cul Camp will take place from Monday July 29th until Friday August 2nd 2013

The minors are away to Muff on Wednesday July 17th with the throw in at 7.15pm in the championship.

Aodh Ruadh

The reserves Buncrana fought out an entertaining, helter skelter intermediate reserve championship quarter final

As in the senior game Aodh Ruadh had to come back from a ropey start and went into the closing stages leading by a point only for Buncrana to get a late leveler. Best for Aodh Ruadh were Paddy Gillespie, Niall Murray,f Dermot Slevin and Anthony Coughlan.

The U-16s maintained their 100 percent start to the season with a 6-15 to 0-2 victory over Killybegs last Friday night. It was one of those games where Aodh Ruadh were very dominant and every man in white and green who featured offered up a good account of themselves.

The U-12s defeated Four Masters 6-11 to 1-0 in their final home game of the league campaign. It was a solid performance from the homesters who played well throughout and dealt well with the hot conditions.

An early goal from John Patton set down a marker and although Four Masters also hit the net early Aodh Ruadh dominated the game from there on. A lot of credit for the victory has to go to the half forward line where Odhran McGarrigle and Eoin Doherty showed a massive work rate.

Senan Rooney and Shane Gillespie in midfield were dominant and Gillespie’s outing was gilded by two well-taken goals. Once again there were fine displays from Mark McGlynn and Tiarnan Dolan, while elsewhere Harry Howarth was very busy in attack and Ryan McDonald kept the house safe and sound.

In the annual Mick Shannon U-10 tournament on Saturday. The senior competition Aodh Ruadh faced Glencar Manorhamilton in the first game. This was a hotly fancied Glencar team with the keen managerial expertise of Sham-In-Exile Dee Dee Drummond on board the Ernesiders. And they were right to, as a ding dong battle of the game was tied in the closing moment only for Cian Rooney to goal in the last minutes to secure a 4-3 to 3-3 for Ballyshannon. The second game against Erne Gaels was another tight fought contest, this time Aodh Ruadh emerged four point winners to set up a final against Saint Molaise Gaels, of Grange.

The Sligo outfit had shown themselves to be an extremely skilful outfit across the course of the day and the first half of the final was toe-to-toe stuff with the sides level at half time, 2-4 apiece.

Grange’s greater attacking threat told in the second half though as they ran in an unanswered 2-1 to claim the Mick Shannon trophy.

For Aodh Ruadh Calum Doherty-Craig was outstanding in defence throughout the day. Ryan Keenaghan was another who caught the eye. He played back in the first two games and was transferred up front for the final where he was unfortunate to see two efforts come back off the woodwork.

Elsewhere Kyle McCaffrey in midfield and Kyle Murray in defence covered a hell of a lot of ground. Colm McGloin played corner back throughout and gave a number of great defensive performances. Daragh Gallagher was strong and forceful at the back. Daragh Dolan ran the game from midfield and Oisín Daly was excellent in attack.

In the junior competition Aodh Ruadh’s first game was close fought encounter against Glencar Manorhamilton which the homesters won by a goal.

The second league game was a nip and tuck affair with the men from Grange with the Gaels taking the win by a point. Grange and Aodh Ruadh met again in the final. This time Aodh Ruadh reversed the result winning by a point.

The U-8s are travelling to Belleek this Friday, 12th July for a blitz against Erne Gaels. The games throw in at 6.30pm and we are asking parents to provide transport directly to the game.

Aodh Ruadh lost out in the first round of the senior championship to Setanta on a scoreline of 1-17 to 0-9. It was a below par performance from Ballyshannon, but a valuable learning experience for the outing in the championship.

The U- 12s and U- 16s hurlers started their league campaigns with two good victories against MacCumhaill’s.

The minors qualified for the championship final on Monday night as a result of beating Burt in the semi-final in Father Tierney Park.

The U-14s play Buncrana who finished runners up in Division 4 of the All-Ireland Féile in Limerick on Sunday in the championship final this Sunday.

There was no winner of the €4,500 Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot last Monday. The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 11, 12, 14 and 15. In the lucky dip €20 each went to: Kathleen Gallagher, Erne Street; Clare Carron, Lawne Park; Kathleen Maguire, Chapel Street; Ita Travers, c/o Clipper’s Barbers; and Peg Boyle, The Rock. Next draw is in Dicey Reilly’s on Sunday at 8.30pm. The jackpot is €4,600 so get out there and buy your ticket.

Na Cealla Beaga

The senior team had a great win at home to Dungloe in the championship last Saturday and they are now through to the quarter finals. The Reserve lost against Dungloe which ends the championship.

The U-12 team had good win against St Nauls. The Club held a very successful U-10 Blitz last Saturday with Killybegs, Ardara, Glennullin, Magherafelt, Ballinascreen, Dromore, Enniskillen and Ballina taking part.

The Clubs Minor Board Race Night is on Friday Night in the Harbour bar at 9.30pm. Always a good nights fun.

The Killotto had no winner this week. Numbers were 5, 6, 14, 26. Match 3 winner Jimmy O’Donnell, Dungloe.. Next week’s jackpot is €1,050, If anyone wishes to set up a direct debit please contact Sarah Tully on 086-3311733.

There was no winner of the Bingo and next week’s Jackpot is €1,250 on 45 numbers.

Letterkenny Gaels

The U-14 hurlers travelled to Limerick to participate in Feile 2013 as guests of Kilteely/Dromkeen GAA club.

Playing in Div 5, the boys started with a win against the home team and defeated Claughaun before losing to Oran, Roscommon,in the quarter-final. Oran were eventually division runners up.

The boys showed skill and talent that was admired by the home teams and did themselves and the club proud.

The U-16s commenced their league campaign against Fanad last Wednesday but were defeated 3 -10 to 0-13. The Cul camp is scheduled for July 29th start. Contact Oisin 086 7325955 for details or book online.

Congratulations to Úna Quinn, Cliona Conaghan & Emer McHugh who have been selected for the Donegal U14 camogie squad.

Tommy McIntyre, won the Lotto jackpot €2350 last weekend. The numbers were 7,10,11 & 14.

Naomh Columba

In senior and reserves news, our lads travelled to Downings on Sunday last, for the opening leg of the Championship first round. The seniors recorded an important one point win, while our reserves have left it all to play for the next day, finishing Sunday’s game with a draw. Both teams are at home to Aodh Ruadh in the league this Saturday evening.

The U-14s defeated Burt comprehensively in last Friday’s county semi final.

The minors recorded a good championship win over Naomh Náille on Monday evening in Páirc na nGael.

The club are now running a silver circle draw, with sellers visiting all households in the parish over the coming weeks. Tickets cost €10 a week for five weeks, and the weekly prizes are as follows: €1000, €500, €200, and three prizes of €100.

The first draw will take place on Tuesday, August 13th. The next club meeting takes place this Thursday evening, July 11th, at 9pm.

Na Rossa

The seniors were held again by Robert Emmetts in the second leg of the championship forcing a play off.

The minors travelled to Ballintra last Wednesday to take on Naomh Brid in the first leg of the championship semi final.They recorded a good win to take to Dooey for the second leg.

The U-12s lost their latest league game away to Naomh Columba, while the U-16s started their league campaign last Friday evening and lost to Naomh Naille.

Well done to Mark Bonner who represented the club in Croke Park last Tuesday as he competed in a blitz competition with pupils from all over the country.

The lotto jackpot was not won at the weekend. The numbers drawn were 12,14,23 & 28. There were wo lucky dip winners receive 50 euro each, Willie McDyre, Renny and Seamus O’Donnell, Letterkenny.

Naomh Muire

The U14 Girls completed their league section last Thursday with a fine away victory against Naomh Naille.

On Sunday the 14th of July we will have a team of nine players from our G4G Squad playing at half time game in the Ulster ladies final, in Celtic Park Derry.

On the 15th of July the entire G4G squad with their coaches and a fair group of parents will head down the road to Croke Park where we will have two teams playing in the National Gaelic4Girls Blitz.

D’imir an dá fhoireann ins an chraobh ar an Domhnach. Bhain an foireann tacaíochta le cúig phointe agus bhain Fanad an chluiche sinsearach. Níl cluiche ar bith an deireadh seachtaine seo.

The U-10s host a blitz in the Banks this Saturday morning starting at 11am. Ní raibh buaiteoir ar bith ins an lotto an tseachtain seo.Bhí cúigear a raibh trí uimhir acu:

Edward Sharkey, Mullach Dubh, Aishling Ferry, Loch an Iúir, Owen James Bonner,Baile Ciarrai, Jack McDevitt,Rann Na Feirste, Bernie Gallagher, Mullachdubh, Owen James Bonner,Baile Chiarraí, Jack McDevitt, Rann na Feirste, Bernie Gallagher, Mullach Dubh.
 Beidh €560 sa phota an tseachtain seo chugainn.

St. Eunan’s

The seniors continued their winning ways on Saturday with a good win Ardara to remain at the summit of the league table.

The senior hurlers were beaten in their opening championship game by holders, Burt.

The senior ladies got their championship campaign off to a winning start on Sunday at home to Glenfin, coming out on top by 1-10 to 1-07.

The minor boys footballers begin their championship campaign this Wednesday (10th) in

The U16 boys got their league underway last Friday with a good win over St. Michael’s.

Both the U-12 and U16 hurlers opened their league campaigns with fine wins over Setanta on Thursday. The minor hurlers lost away to Buncrana in a battling performance in the semi final of the A Championship on Sunday evening.

There was one winner in this week’s Lotto draw. Mick Martin, Elmwood Downs matched 3 numbers and wins €100. The numbers drawn were: 1-6-14-18. Next week’s jackpot is €3,425.

Ard an Ratha

There was no winner of our weekly flotto, the numbers drawn were :10, 12, 13 and 26. Consolation prizes went to Dallan Maguire, Drumaghy Park, and Claire Boyd, Loughros Point.

The minor championship first leg match against Kilcar now takes place on Thursday at 7.30.pm in Towney.

The U-12 a team defeated Dungloe on Monday evening on a 3-12 to 2-3 scoreline. The B team was narrowly defeated in their match.

The Tomás Maguire Memorial Under-14 Tournament takes place on Saturday, July 20.

Ardara were represented with two teams in the Killybegs U10 blitz where the following teams were present. Enniskillen, Ballina, Glenullen, Magherafelt, Dromore, Ballinscreen, Ardara and Killybegs.

Our A team was grouped with Ballinascreen, Dromore and Magerafelt, while the B team was grouped with Ballina and Magherafelt.

The A’ began with a narrow defeat to Ballinascreen followed by an impressive victory against Dromore and in the final group game lost narrowly to Ballinascreen. This left us matched in the second round with Enniskillen in which the team had one of their best displays and reached the final against Ballinascreen. After a tremendous battle the A team was narrowly defeated by 1 point in their final.

The B’s began with two very difficult games against very strong teams in Ballina and Magherafelt - despite losing both games the team were improving and that was reflected by a great victory in the second round against Enniskillen. Like the A’s, the B’s had reached the final game and were matched up against Killybegs who came through the other qualifiers.

After a very entertaining game our B team came out on top and won with Adam Spence and Ailbhe McCabe accepting the trophy on the clubs behalf.

A good win for the Under-16s last Friday evening over Naomh Mhuire. 3-15 to 1-2 the final score.

The Cul camp is starting on Monday, July 15. 6-12 year olds can attend, €55 for one €45 for two and €40 for three or more. Registration taken on the morning of the camp. Bus leaves the Dolmen Centre at 9.30.am each day.