The latest in news and notes from GAA Clubs around Donegal.
St Mary’s (Convoy
The Lotto letters drawn were KY RN TY AM. Dan Deery, matched three letters next week weeks jackpot is €1700
The Junior ladies are away to Urris on Sunday morning while the U-21 men lost their quarter-final agianst Naomh Conaill. The U-13s
won at home against Lifford.
The club’s main fundraiser this year will be a boxing event to be on November 30th.
The Lotto numbers for September 10th for jackpot of €1350 were 1, 3, 8, 4, 2, 7, 5, 6. There was no winner, next week’s jackpot is €1400.
The U-21s are through to the county semi-final after they defeated Naomh Colmcille 1-14 to 1-5, in the quarter-final on Saturday. They now face Burt.
The Match and Win numbers drawn were 6,7,9,21. The jackpot was not won next week’s jackpot is €2,300. The €15 consolation winners were John Brennan, Leenan, Neil Grant, Gortfad, John Porter, Main Street, Ballyliffen, Shane Doherty (JJ), Tiernasligo, Lola Kelly, Tullagh.
The best of wishes to Mickey Grant and Margareete McLaughlin on their recent wedding. The next club meeting is on Wednesday 25th September at 8.30pm.
Tickets are now on sale at €5 a ticket or three tickets for €10 great prizes to be won.
The club are running a BUY A BLOCK fundraiser for the Development of the new club house. Individuals can contribute €10 towards buying a block, and they will be then have their name framed on the club wall. Contact Rose Kelly for further information 087-7770639.
The winning Lotto numbers for Monday 2nd September were 4, 5, 9, and 24. There was no jackpot winner this week and the runner-up prize of €50 went to Marie McColgan. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,300.
Congratulattions to the U14 girls who defeated St.Eunan’s in a thrilling match last Sunday. The winning margin was only two points and the girls took the lead with their last score of the game. Every one of the girls played their hearts out and even with their backs against the wall, they never gave up. On behalf of Aoife O’Hare, Kathy McLaughlin, Jenny Craig and myself (Lynn McGuinness – coach) I would like to thank the girls for all their hard work throughout the summer. Thank you to Davy McLaughlin (club chairman) for organising our home pitches and thanks to the clubs who allowed us to use their facilities while Carrick Field was closed for redevelopment.
Moville minor ladies progressed to the county semi-final after a hard earned but thoroughly deserved win over old rivals, St Eunans in Letterkenny last Friday night. With the scores level at half time at 1-5 apiece it was all to play for in the second half. St Eunan’s started brighter and led early in the second half by four points at one stage but Moville finished the stronger to win by four. Moville used all five substitutes tonight and they were all required in what was a great all round squad performance. It would impossible to single out any individual performance such was the all round performance of the team, but goalkeeper Chloe Moir deserves a mention for her wonder save to keep Moville in the game at a time when Eunan’s were ahead by 3. In fact it proved the turning point in the game as it lifted the Moville team who pushed on from that point to win.
The senior men team defeated Robert Emmetts in Castlefin in the league. Robert Farren’s men have now won their last nine league games and will hope to continue this momentum with a genuine push for promotion from Division Four in the remaining games.
The next game has not been fixed yet and details will be available on the club’s Facebook page.
If anyone has any information or photographs that they would like included in the notes, the club website (www.movillegaa.ie) or the club facebook page e-mail them to Ryan Monagle at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
The U-21s lost out to Glenfin in the quarter-final of the u21 B championship on Saturday evening.
The U-13s lost out to Carndonagh in a match played under extremely difficult weather conditions in Carn on Sunday morning.
The club are running a ‘Guess the score’ competition for the All-Ireland final between Dublin and Mayo. €2 per guess and €100 to the winner. Guesses can be submitted to any player or committee member.
A sports quiz is planned for Friday 27th September at 9:00 pm. Further details to follow.
The club’s dinner dance is scheduled for Saturday 16th or Saturday 23rd November; venue tbc.
Subscription of €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).
This week’s numbers were 10, 14, 18, 19, 24 and the winner with four correct numbers is Gerry McCrudden who wins €75.
Congratulations to all involved in the championship win over St Eunans in Buncrana on Saturday. It was a superb team effort to defeat the defending champions, a win which puts the club into its first ever senior semi final where Killybegs will provide the opposition. The game is due to be played on Oct 6th,
The Autumn Schools League that was due to take place on Sunday morning was cancelled due to the weather conditions. The league will now begin on Sunday the 22nd of September. All boys and girls aged 7-12 within the area to take part in the league.
Both leagues will run over three weeks with the U-9 League beginning at 12:30, and the U-12 Shaun Farren Leauge beginning at 10:30. A free bus is available from National Schools for the 7-9 age group, (Ballymena at 11:30, Urblereagh@11:45, Malin Head@12, Gleneely @11:30, Culdaff at 11:45). Contact Danny on 086 8988180 or Christina on 086 1980399.
There was no winner of this weeks lotto jackpot of €700. The sequence drawn was 5-2-7-3-1-6-4. The winner of the 50 euro was Sally Mathews, Ballylinn, Malin, with the 20 euro sellers prize going to Ronan Mc Laughlin. Next weeks jackpot stands at €750.
The Royal Flush draw results for the weekend of 15/09/2013 were 9, 15, 22 and 23. There was no winner of the jackpot of €1960. Consolation prizes went to Eugene Meehan, Derek Crowley and Aidan Fisher.
The club’s new website is up and running and can be found on the following URL - www.naomhultan.gaa.ie
Congratulations to the reserves who won the Junior B Championship on Sunday last. After a tight first half the team pulled through in the second half and won the game in convincing fashion in the end.
An Clochan Liath
Ba iad 2, 7, 14 agus 17 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingeadh ag deireadh na seachtaine seachtaine agus nior baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €1,300 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Rose Boyle Acres, Hugh McGee Meenmore, Naul McCole Burtonport, Tony and Kathleen Boyle Keadue agus Dr. B.D. Bonar Meenmore.
Bhain Rita Cowley as Sheskinarone (€150), Carmel Keeney as Na Glentai, Ann Harley as Arlands, Mary McGill as Fintown agus Brid Mullaney as Gortahork €100 ag an Bhingo.
The seniors beaten in the league by Termon at home.
Could all existing Club 200 members let their respective cardholders know if they wish to continue for another series. The club would also welcome new members to our 200 club, please contact Tony Boyle at 086-3871216 for details.
The under 8’s competed in a Southern board blitz run by Ardara and a great day it was with the weather and all the games the boys & girls played.
The U-13s had a good victory over Kikcar at home on Saturday, in what was a great team performance the Dungloe boys.
Seán Mac Cumhaills
The annual Airtricity walk around the windmills will take place on 28th September. This is a massive fundraiser for the Minor Board. Any child raising €60 sponsorship will receive a new Mac Cumhaills tracksuit top. Congratulations to the the Senior hurlers who beat St Eunans in the shield final on Sunday on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-09.
The U-12 hurlers won away to Setanta on Modnay night. A great performance by all the players,who now play Carndonagh in our divisional league final on Thursday in MacCumhaill Park.
The U-16 hurlers won their championship semi-final against local rivals Setanta in MacCumhaill Park. The determination of the MacCumhaills players to win was evident in their attitude, hard work and no little skill. In a fine overall team performance a few players stood out, including Karl Dunnion, Jamie DeWard and goal keeper Oisin Gallen.
The U-13 A football team took on Termon in Mac Cumhaill Park on Sunday morning and won on a 1-9 to 1-2 scoreline.
The B team lost to Downings on Friday evening at home. The draw for All Ireland tickets will take place in the club this Thursday night at 9 pm. Anyone wishing to enter their name into the draw can give it to Eugene Gallagher, Mickey McMahon and Alan Martin
There were no winners of this week’s lotto. The numbers drawn were 6, 9, 11 and 29. There was two match three winners. Tina Diver and Martin McDonagh won €75 each. Next weeks jackpot is €6,600.
The Slotto numbers drawn at weekend were 6,7,4,3,1,5,2. There was no jackpot winner, consolation prize goes to Hugo Sweeney Jnr, Summer Hill, Donegal Town. Next week’s Jackpot is €1000.
Come along to the Blue Stack Centre, Drimrone this Friday 20th at 10pm for what is sure to be a great night of dancing, jiving and socializing. The club and parish want to show their support for the senior and reserve men and what better way than having a dance, the band on the night are the great “Final Touch” to keep you all on the dance floor.
Also on the night the all senior & reserve players & managers will be present and there will be an “Up for the Match” themed interview session with them to help get us all revved up for the big games. Tickets are on sale for €10 from players, managers and committee members.
The flag’s and bunting are going up all around the parish to also show our support and help cheer the boys on. Anyone interested in helping out please contact Frankie Greene, Cieran Kelly, John Campbell or Joe Brennan. It’s Scór Na nóg time again and the club are looking for U16’s to compete in the following sections: solo singing, recitation, ballad group, instrumental music, ceili dancing, novelty act and quiz. Anyone interested in the above please contact Ann Marie Sheerin on 087 2749158 as soon as possible.
The U16 boys had a very entertaining game last week against Na Rossa in the league semi-final in Ardara. The game ended in a draw.
The U-’s had a great morning out at a blitz in Ardara on Saturday were they game home with some silverware to finish off their season nicely.
Also on Saturday the U-13 boys had a great win at home to Killybegs. The U-12 girls had a great evening out in Ballyshannon on Friday they showed great spirit winning the last game against Four Masters. They are out again this Friday evening in Bundoran at 6pm for their last Blitz of the year.
The auditions are over and the dancers have been picked for the Strictly Come Dancing. The rehearsals are getting into swing right away and they are all excited. The show will take place on the 9th of November.
There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 4, 6, 11 and 13. Two prizes of €50 went to Mary McMahon, Fintown and Imelda Doherty, Narin Road. Next weeks jackpot is €3,900.
The U-13s continued their winning ways with a comprehensive victory over Naomh Muire last Saturday.
The U-21s are through to the county semi final after they defeated Convoy last Saturday.
Good luck to the senior team who are taking part in the Kilmacuds 7’s this Saturday. They are drawn in group three along with Emmet Og(Longford), Caherlistrane(Galway) and Naomh Olaf(Dublin). Games will take place in Naomh Olaf with the first game at 11 am.
The U-13s lost away to a strong Naomh Conaill side on last Saturday.
The reserve team continued their good form with another fine performance away to Bundoran. Full-time score Bundoran 2-03 Naomh Muire 3-13. A good team performance from Naomh Muire. Team and scorers: Gerald Boyle, Lawrence Coyle, Charlie Doherty, Patrick Rodgers (0-01), Jamie Boyle (0-01), Sean Burns 1-0, Adam O Brien (0-01) Hugh McGeady, Darren Gallagher, Sean McCafferty (2-07), James ferry (0-02), Hugh Boyle, Francis Gallagher (0-01). Referee: Sylvester McGuire. The senior team lost by four points in the senior game. All eyes are now focused on the Intermediate championship final against St. Nauls.
The club had six ladies on a fundamental coaching course in Letterkenny at the weekend, well done to Christina McGarvey, Morag McCafferty, Lauren Rodgers, Siobhan Burke, Karen McGarvey and Catherine Bonner for completing the course.
The minor Girls had a spectacular win in Dunfanaghy last Tuesday evening against St. Michaels.
The Blitz for U10-U12S had to be postponed last week, so we hope to have it rescheduled for this week, parents will get a text with the arrangements later in the week.
A winter programme is being organise for U14 and U16.
The next 100 Club draw will take place on the 2th September in Caisleáin Óir,
The reserves played against Four Master’s on Saturday evening in Dunfanghy winning by four points on score.Scorer’s Lee Carr 0-6, Keelan McGee 1-2, Martin Breslin 0-4, Christopher McElhinney 0-2, Michael Cannon, Paul Baird and Lorcan McDaid 0-1 each
The club are taking part in the Kilmacud Crokes 7s on Saturday in Dublin.
There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 4,7,9,13,14,16; there were no match 5 winners. 25 people matched 4 and their names were drawn, the winner of the €100 was Claire McFadden Roscad Creeslough. This weeks jackpot will be €4050.
The Lotto Sellers for this weekend are Dunfanaghy, Manus Friel and Ronan Murphy, Creeslough Joe Horan and Mark Langan.
The U-16s met Glenfin in the U16 Shield final in Dunfanaghy on Sunday evening last. After a good team performance St. Michael’s came away convincing winners. Both teams will meet again in the U-16 quarter final.
Speech and drama classes will be held in the club hall on Tuesday evenings under the tuition of Emma McGrath who can be contacted on 0863062156.
Yoga classes will begin this Friday,20th of September at 10am with Denise Diver. For information contact Denise on 0862375619.
For all hall and clubhouse bookings please contact Karen McHugh on 0863827312 in advance.
Training continues each Monday and Wednesday nights from 7.30pm in the Boxfit Gym Mountain top for the up coming white collar boxing night.
Winning lotto numbers this week are 2,8,15 and 17. Match 3 winner is Tilly Wilkin Churchill. Next weeks sellers are Eamonn Ward and Philip O’Donnell and the jackpot is 3160 euro.
It was a tough weekend for the black and amber. The seniors bowed out of this year’s championship to Malin in Buncrana on Saturday evening in disappointing fashion. They still sit on top of the All County League Division 1 table. Likewise, the reserves suffered a defeat to Gaoth Dobhair on Sunday in the league, but still on top of their league table.
The senior hurlers were defeated in their Shield final on Sunday by MacCumhaills in the Park.
The U-16 Boys Division footballers defeated a good Gaoth Dobhair team in the Northern League final on Saturday evening on a score of 2-13 to 2-11 in a cracking game. They are at home to MacCumhaills this Saturday in the championship with a 4pm throw-in. The Divisions 2 team will take on the Gaels the following week.
The U-14 girls lost their county final on Sunday to Moville to a late, goal.
The U-13 boys Division One team drew with Naomh Padraig, Muff on Sunday after late confusion over a disallowed first half goal proved frustrating for the lads.
The U-16 hurlers lost their championship semi-final to a strong Buncrana outfit to end their season. The U-12 hurlers will play in their league final this Thursday. The minor hurlers await details of the B-championship final against Burt.
The All-Ireland final Tickets draw takes place this Thursday, September 19th at 8pm in the Clubhouse. There are eight great prizes to be won. Anyone still looking for tickets can contact Elaina on 087-2901541.
There was one winner in this week’s lotto draw that matched all fournumbers and wins the jackpot of €3,650. Jack McLaughlin, Port Rd. (Adrian) picked numbers 1-2-11-13. Next week’s jackpot is €1,000.
Na Cealla Beaga
Well done to the senior team who defeated Sean MacCumhaills in the senior championship quarter final on Saturday last in Convoy. They now play Malin in the semi-final on the weekend of October 5th.
Thanks to the Harbour Bar for the recent sponsorship of footballs to the Club.
The U-13 team are at home to Bundoran this Saturday the 21st at 12pm.
For more details on the advertising hoarding boards at Eamonn Byrne Memorial Park, please contact Sarah Tully 086-3311733.
The Killotto had no winner this week, numbers were 8, 14, 22, 29, match three winners €60 each were Declan Heraty Harbour Bar, Roisin Breslin Church Road, Siobhan McBrearty Harbour View, Next week’s jackpot is €1,550, Killoto selling Saturday 21st is Gracie O’Hara’s team, Saturday 28th Dan Breslin’s team.
The seniors travelled to Pettigo at the weekend and recorded a very good win.
The U-16s were very unlucky to lose to Kilcar by a single point In the championship play-off last Friday evening. They play St Nauls this Friday evening in Ardara for a place in the league final.
The lotto draw took place during the bingo last Monday evening. Numbers drawn were 1-5-17-24. Their was no jackpot winner, two lucky dips Michael J Gallagher, Dirlaught and Connie Melly, Renny won50 euro each. Next week’s jackpot is €7950.
The U14s development training continues this Sunday at 10am in Ardara. The club draw tickets are on sale and are going very well. They can be bought from any committee member. They cost €5 each or three for €10. The draw will take place on Saturday 2nd November.
The U-10s finals day will take place on Saturday 28th September.
There was no jackpot winner this week in the club lotto. The numbers drawn were 5, 8, 17 and 22. The weekly winners were Anne Timoney, the Heaneys and Frank Martin, Hall Demesne. Next weeks lotto stands at €1800.
The U-10s were invited to Ballyshannon on Saturday 14th September to play in a three team blitz against the hosts and St Marys of Sligo. In lovely conditions the boys again gave a very good account of themselves with both teams beating Aodh Ruadh and the A team drawing with a very strong St Marys team. The B team battled well against a physically stronger St Marys B team but came up short in the end.
The ladies in conjunction with the Breast Care Clinic, Letterkenny, have organised another spectacular event to entertain all women of all ages. Tickets have gone on sale and for only €25 per ticket it is a bargain. For the first 400 ticket holders there is a €20 goodie bag as well as being entered into a competition to win a €700 make over. All proceeds go to Four Masters GAA and Breast Care Clinic. Tickets are available from the Abbey Hotel, BFit and Pure Indulgence. For further information please call, Nicola Dunnion, 087 2449129. Kelly Lacey, 087 9919035, Louise Jordan, 087 297 0956 or Karla Gallagher, 087 3899965. This is an event not to be missed!
A big well done to the U-8s who travelled to Ardara to participate in their final blitz of the season.The event was brilliantly organised by John McConnell and co and the entire day was blessed by great weather. A sincere thank-you from Under 8’s Manager, Ronan Boyle, coaches Jim McLaughlin, Greg Doherty, Odhrán McBride, and Joyce McMullen to all the players and their parents who have put in so much effort and provided so much support over the season.
Training Pitch Development Thursday 19th at 9pm in Dom’s Pier 1.
The hugely successful Coaching Academy started again on Saturday 14th with over 70 children turning out. This fantastic initiative caters for children aged between 4 and 7.
The Academy focuses on developing the basic skills of football and hurling/camogie. It starts at 10am sharp and finishes at 11.30am. Registration is €6 per new child registered. Children who registered in March do not have to re-register. The Academy will run from September 14th - October 19th. €2 per child per week. For further information please phone Pauric Harvey on 086 052 3905 (football) or Shane Patton, 086 088 6576 (hurling/camogie).
Torthai an lotto don 16ú Meán Fómhar. Uimhreacha: 8-11-22-24. Níor bhain duine ar bith an póta óir. Ní raibh trí uimhir ag duine ar bith ach oiread. Rinneadh tarraingt agus tá €20 an duine bainnte ag seo leanas: Máire Crerand (x2) Baile Na nGallóglach, Eamonn Mac Ualtach Ards, Michael Cuniffe Gleann Uachtarach, Cookie, Peadar Mór An Bád, Seosamh Mac Giolla Bhríde Murleog & Bríd Ní Buaigh Miobhaigh. Bhain Seosamh Mac Giolla Bhríde an buideail fíon. Duais Dioltora- Patsy. Beidh an tarraingt ar an Luan seo chugainn ins an Óstan Cuan Na Dúnaibh ag 11i.n. agus beidh €2,500 ins an póta óir. Ticeidí @ €2 ar fáil ó baill an fhochumann agus i siopa agus tithe tabhairne eagsula sa cheanntair.
The U-13’s continued on their winning ways with an impressive 5-10 to 1-2 victory over MacCumhaills on Friday evening last. This Sunday morning 22nd Sept they travel to play Robert Emmetts with 11-30am throw in.
Déanann an foireann sinsir turas chuig Baile Átha Cliath chun glacadh ins an comórtas seacht an taobh ag páirc Naomh Jude ar an Satharn seo chugainn.
The reserves were defeated in the final of the Junior B championship on Sunday evening in Donegal town. All involved contributed to a fine team performance and no doubt this young side will have much more to look forward to in years to come. The Club wish to thank all the players and the management for their efforts throughout the championship campaign. The U13’s were away to Buncrana on Friday evening but unfortunately were defeated. There were good performances from Sean O Bhaoill, Ross Marley, Conor Walker and Taylor Cassidy. Next week they are home to Termon. Training on Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 7. The U16s play St Eunans in the championship in O Donnell Park on Saturday at 12pm. The Club are holding a Family Fun Day at their grounds in Páirc na nGael at the Glebe next Sunday 29th Sept, starting with the usual Fun Day activities at 1p.m. The Organising Committee are preparing a large Programme of Activities for all the families to enjoy including Athletics, Hurling Skills, Free Kick and Penalty Kick Competitions and Novelty Events including Spud & Spoon, 3 legged, Sack, Wheelbarrow and Family Relay Races. Other Novelty events will include the popular Stocks, Wellie Throwing, Lucky Dip, Guess the Name of the Gaels Mascot, Guess the number of Sweets in the Jar, Lucky Dip and Face Painting etc. Hospitality will be provided in Marquee Tents including the usual delicious Home Baking and Cake Sales. Barbecue food and Ice Cream will also be served. The Novelty Tug-0-war is back on the programme this year and the day will start with a fancy dress competition.
The Lotto Numbers for week ending the 8th September were 2,11,12 & 20 Match 3 winner was Meabh Conaghan, Friends of the Gaels. Next week’s jackpot is 1500Euro.
The seniors return to division three action this Saturday when they travel to Carndonagh.
The U-16s championship play-off game with Naomh Columba was postponed on Monday evening, no refixed date was available at time of mailing.
The U- 13s eventually came out on top after a hard fought battle against a very strong Four Masters team last Saturday. Aodh Ruadh were very slow to get started with Four Masters taking a five point lead before Dylan Gallagher, showing true leadership, opened the Aodh Ruadh account with a great point from a long range free. An unstoppable Michael McKenna soon followed up with two goals and a point with Owen Doherty, in great form, hammering home another 1-1. Evan McTernan at full forward and captain Dylan Gallagher who got great support from Caolán Dolan and Darragh Ward put away another few points leaving the half time score 3-6 to 2-6 in favour of the Ernesiders.
The second half started with another goal after 20 seconds from Ballyshannon but Four Masters never let them get too far ahead with a lot of good scores at both ends of the field. A great display of football was on show for the remainder of a game where Ballyshannon finished four points ahead at the final whistle. Everyone from Aodh Ruadh had a mighty performance. The panel were Mark Gallagher, Adam Clark, Odhran Kennedy, Aaron Peach, Tiernan Dolan, Pauric Keenaghan, Senan Rooney, Shane Gillespie (0-1), Michael McKenna (6-1), John Connor McGarrigle, Dylan Gallagher (0-3), Owen Doherty (2-1), Darragh Ward, Evan McTernan, Caolán Dolan, Aiden Gallagher, Donagh McGowan, Mark Gettins, Mark McGlynn, Mathew McDonald, Philip Cassidy, Ryan McDonald, JJ Goan, Jack McSharry, Seosaimh McGee and Ciaran Hodgins. The next assignment for the under 13 is this Saturday, 14th September, when they are off to Donegal town to face Four Masters, throw in at 12 noon, tempest permitting. Under 13 training continues on Wednesdays at 4.30pm.
The U-10s wrapped up their season with a very enjoyable blitz in Fr Tierney Park last Saturday. In attendance were St Mary’s of Sligo and Four Masters.
Aodh Ruadh A took on the Sligo lads in the first game and Four Masters in the second game and had good tough tests in both encounters. In the the third game St Mary’s showed great class winning by 12 scores to nine against Four Masters.
Diarmuid Dolan did very well in goals for Aodh Ruadh, with Kyle Murray catching the eye at corner half back and Mitchel McLaugllin doing very well atcorner back.
Once again Cian Rooney shone at centrefield with Matt Gillespie also excellent up front. The reserves were minus a few players,however they gave a good account of themselves against strong Four Masters and St Mary’s sides. Stand out performers included Cian McKenna, Daragh Dolan, Drew Ryan and Oisín Daly.
The U-8s enjoyed the good weather last Saturday up in Ardara with a blitz playing Four Masters, Ardara and St Naul’s.s.
The U-16s hurlers had a hard fought win over Burt in the championship semi-final last Thursday in Fr Tierney Park. Aodh Ruadh’s ability to score a number of long range points was the deciding factor in this game and after a titanic battle against a very determined Burt team we ran out winners on a 3-9 to 2-6 score line. They now play a very strong Buncrana team in the final this Thursday. Aodh Ruadh are going for their third title in a row at this grade, but they will be up against their old rivals a very strong Buncrana.
The U-12s got back to winning ways with a victory away to Letterkenny Gaels last Thursday. Aodh Ruadh were on top throughout and ran out convincing winners 3-5 to 1-1. They have qualified for the U-12B final where they will play Buncrana in Buncrana this Thursday.
Plans are well underway for the annual Aodh Ó Dálaigh U-12 tournament to be held on Sunday 29th September. Teams confirmed so far are Tuam, Tooreen, Easkey and Strabane. It’s hoped to have the remaining teams confirmed this week.
The minor ladies are down to play at home this Thursday against Four Masters. Aodh Ruadh enjoy home comforts once more on Sunday when they will be hosting Ardara.
The U-12s girls hosted a blitz in Fr Tierney Park last Friday. The girls took on teams from Bundoran, St Naul’s and Four Masters. Aodh Ruadh gave a good account of themselves, Bridín Maguire was excellent between the sticks, and was given good cover by Sorcha Sweeny, Síofra Hughes and Caoimhe Sheerin. Meanwhile out the field Cáit Gillespie, Ana Keon and Caoimhe Keon all used the ball well took some good scores.
Paul Ward put in an impressive run to win the Aodh Ruadh 10K run on Sunday afternoon. The Tir Chonaill AC man finished in a time of 37 minutes 20 seconds, phenomenal going in what were extremely testing conditions. The first lady home was Julie McMullin who completed an Tir Chonaill AC double, crossing the line in 46 minutes 14 seconds.
The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra this Saturday is juvenile footballers.
The lotto team for Kernan’s Spar this Saturday is the senior hurlers.
The seniors drew with Buncrana on Saturday evening. The parish Leagues continue this Friday at 6pm. The U-16s will travel to Moville this Saturday, 21st Sept for the Division Two championship quarter-final. Beidh cluiche sa bhaile Dé Domhnaigh faoi 13 in éadan Naomh Ádhamhnain ar 11.30i.n. The U-21 championship game between Cloughaneely and Four Masters will go ahead this Saturday at 6 pm in Convoy. The ladies are holding a Halloween Fundraising disco in Óstán Loch Altan on Sunday 27th October. The club wishes Helena McGee good luck this Sunday. Helena will be playing at half time in Croke Park during the All- Ireland final.