Donegal GAA Club Call

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What’s happening in the GAA Clubs in Donegal. For full and comprehensive news, read on . . .

What’s happening in the GAA Clubs in Donegal. For full and comprehensive news, read on . . .

Naomh Colmcille

The seniors and reserves had no fixtures this weekend.

The U15s’ travelled to St. Eunans on Saturday for the Og Sport competition and performed very well against St. Eunans, Buncrana, Glenswilly and Glenfin. Well done lads. Thanks to St. Eunans for hosting.

The first match for the U13s is at Malin this Wednesday evening.

Gaelic training for girls aged 12-16 continues Friday (1st) at 7:30 pm. All levels welcome...beginners and girls who have played before. Further details from Gerard McFadden 0872494908

The Naomh Colmcille Sports Day is now due to take place on Sunday 17th August. Details to follow.

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’s new Facebook page (Naomh Colmcille CLG – Donegal) for latest updates on training, match times etc.

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’s Facebook page.

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). 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. See website and Facebook page for updates during the week.

U18. See Facebook for further updates.

U16. Match at Letterkenny Gaels scheduled for Monday (28th). See Facebook and website for updates during the week.

U13. Training on Monday (28th) at 5:45 pm. First match at Malin on Wednesday (30th) at 7 pm. See Facebook and website for updates during the week.

U10. Training continues Friday 1st August at 6:30 pm.

U8. Training continues Friday 1st August at 6:30 pm.

Girls U12-16 Gaelic. Training continues Friday (1st August) at 7:30 pm. All levels welcome...beginners and girls who have played before. Further details from Gerard McFadden 0872494908

Reminder that the use of mouthguards is now compulsory for all players.

Lotto: This week’s numbers are 14, 12, 13, 10, 8 and the most correct winners (matching three numbers) are Stuart Gillespie, Patrick Conaghan and Ellen Clarke who win €25 each. Next week’s jackpot €5,850. The numbers for Saturday 12th July were 2, 5, 10, 12, 15 and the most correct winner (matching four numbers) was Catherine Clarke who won €75. 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’re 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.

Urris

CLUB MEETING: There is a club meeting on Tuesday night at 8.30pm. Can players leave back the race sheets and money at this meeting.

NIGHT AT THE RACES: Our night at the races is on Friday night in the Square Bar, can all race sheets be left with John Friel by cob on Wednesday night as we need to get the race programme typed up. Come along to the Square Bar and place a bet, first race at 10.30pm.

SENIORS & RESERVES: It was league action for both teams on Saturday night last in Straid with mixed results. The reserves beat Naomh Brid by 3-13 to 2-08. The seniors lost to N Brid, final score N Brid 0-11 Urris 1-07. This weekend is a free weekend in the county.

MATCH “N” WIN: July 24th: No jackpot winner-numbers drawn: 10, 13, 16 & 24. €15 winners: Madeline Mc Crossan, Tornabratley, Joe & Lucy Toland, Cleagh, Philip Ivers, Briney’s Bar, Marie & Nuala C/O Bingo and Kathleen Mc Gonigle, Clonmany. Jackpot next week €1,900. As always thanks to all our Lotto sellers and to all who support this weekly draw.

BIG BREAKFAST: Big Breakfast time again. Our annual Big Breakfast takes place on Saturday August 9th in St. Mary’s Hall, Clonmany from 9am to 1pm. Donations of home baking and food will be greatly appreciated on the day. If anyone can contribute please let John Friel or any committee member know.

U8 GO GAMES FINAL IN MALIN: 4 teams represented the club on Saturday morning last, 3 boys teams & a girls team. All our players showed great respect to their fellow players, coaches, referee’s and to the opposing teams. A massive congrats to all who attended and did so well in the club colours. Thanks also to Nichola, Anne Marie and all who helped throughout the year.

GOOD LUCK: CLG Iorras wish good luck to the Clonmany Festival Committee , festival begins on Sunday, hope all have a happy, safe and enjoyable week.

DATE FOR THE DIARY: Quiz Night in the Strand Hotel on Wednesday August 13th. Our ladies team are organising this quiz night so support on the night will be greatly appreciated.

Facebook-Find us on CLG Iorras/Urris GAA and keep up to date on all club news and fixtures.Any items of news for the club notes should be forwarded to Rose on 0877770639 or email rosiekelly28@eircom.net no later than 9pm on Sunday night.

St. Mary’s, Convoy

Bingo Continues in Hall on Tues at 8.30 Lotto result 22-7-14 Counties drawn KY LH OY WD, 18 matched 2, 5 drawn: Aine Gallagher Drumkeen, Sally Bonner & Gretta Gillen Convoy, Katie Kennedy Bingo, Mary McElchar Ballybofey, Jackpot next week €3750.

Training for Senior Ladies on Wed at 7 and Fri at 7.30 Check FB for match updates etc…. Hard luck to our Junior Ladies beaten by 2 points in first round of Championship.

Gaelic for Mothers and Others on Wed at 8.15 new members always welcome.

Underage is now on Summer Break.

Congrats to Shannon Strain on guessing the Correct Score in the Ulster final She won €100 on the Guess the Score Sheet sold by Ann Strain .

First U13 boys game on Wednesday July 30th v Naomh Colmcille at 7.30. Bus from Drumkeen (Grotto) @ 6pm; Convoy (green) @ 6.15; Raphoe (Deele) @ 6.30. All support welcome ! U 13 Boys Training Thurs at 6 -7.15

U -16 Girls Training Mon at 6.30 Next Game Away to Red Hughs on Tues

U 16 Boys away to Buncrana on Mon 27th July Throw in at 7.30 in Div 1 Q-Final . Bus times Convoy 6pm and Drumkeen 6.15. Everyone bring their gum shield and €2 for bus.

Date for Diary the Clubs Annual 5k will take place on Tues 12 th August Details to Follow.

Ticket Details for All Ireland Q-Final - Hogan Stand Adult €30 No Concessions

Cusack/Davin Adult €30 Juv –U 16 €5. Concessions for OAP-STUDENTS €10 (Claim Concession at Stand)

Orders to be placed with Julia Blake (0862611290) by TUES 29th July at 9pm at the Latest

Specify Number of Tickets and Categories you wish to order

Senior Men V Letterkenny Gaels

St Marys 0-10 LK Gaels 2-07

St Marys were beaten away to Gaels on Sat Afternoon they were without a few of the usual starters and found themselves a goal down very early in the game .Thomas Mc Hugh opens the scoring for St Marys quickly followed by Peter Blake (2) and J.A Kee to see the vistors take the lead 0-4 to 1-0 .

Gaels dig deep and find the back of the net and a point to go ahead 2-01 to 0-4 but points from Peter Blake and John Doherty keep the Game close.

Half time Gaels 2-01 St Marys 0-6

Gaels open the scoring with a point 2-02 to 0-6 before St Marys reply with points from Michael Ayton, Peter Blake and Dean Bonner to go ahead 0-9 to 2-02 .

Gaels level up the Game and then go ahead by a point 2-04 to 0-09 St Mary’s reply with a point from Benny Bonner but find themselves a man down as they have a player sent off.

Gaels settle and with three unanswered points go on to take the win.

Final score LK.Gaels 2-07 to St Marys-0-10

Scorers St Marys P.Blake 0-4 T.Mc Hugh 0-1 J.A .Kee 0-1 J.Doherty 0-1 M.Ayton 0-1 D.Bonner 0-1 B.Bonner 0-1

Kilcar

Seniors

Our seniors and reserves had good wins in Ardara on Saturday evening last, the reserves won by 1-10 to 1-08 while our seniors remain top of the league following a 1-19 to 1-10 victory.

All Ireland Quarter Final Tickets

Tickets for the All Ireland Quarter Final must be ordered by 9pm this Tuesday 29th, strictly NO orders after this time, €30 for adult tickets and €5 for under 16s, tickets ordered MUST be paid for on collection.

Donegal Minors

Best of luck to Stephen, Andrew, Conor and the Donegal Minor team in the All Ireland Quarter Final this Saturday against Roscommon.

Club App

You can now stay in touch with latest club events via our new FREE mobile app which was launched last week. Follow these steps to download your free team App for CLG Chill Chartha.

1. On your phone or iPad go to the app store 2. Search for Team App 3. Install Team App to your phone 4. Search for CLG Chill Chartha 5. Log in and register for the CLG Chill Chartha Club app. 6. You will receive an email notification when you are added you to the system.

SuperValu Kits for Clubs

We have teamed up with Rooneys Super Valu, Killybegs to help our club receive a free O’Neill’s training equipment kit. Every time you spend €20 in a single transaction in SuperValu, you will receive 1 voucher. The till-operator will hand you this pre-printed voucher along with your till receipt at time of payment. Drop this voucher in the club entry box located in store. When 1000 vouchers have been collected – SuperValu will send our Club the kit for free. We would like to encourage all our members to help us collect these vouchers.

Wedding Congratulations

Congratulations to Majella O’Donnell and Gavin McGinley who got married last weekend.

Underage

Our Under 8’s travelled to Ardara on Saturday for a blitz and a great day was had by all while our Under 12s played Pettigo on Thursday evening last and came out in top final score Cill Chartha 3-09 Pettigo 2-06 they now play Naomh Brid away on 4th August at 6:30pm.

Congratulations to Cill Chartha on winning the Under 15 og sports on Saturday last in Donegal Town and also a special thanks to Maureen Carr who feed them all! The Under 16’s played Naomh Ultan on Wednesday winning 3-15 to 1-05, they now play Naomh Brid on Thursday at 7:30pm.

Ladies

Our ladies defeated Killybegs by 2-05 to 0-04 in the second leg of the Junior Championship on Sunday afternoon well done to all involved.

Lotto

There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €6,400 this week’s numbers were 4, 6, 11 and 13 winners were: €50 Conal Gallagher, Cronroad, €30 Paddy O’Donnell, Derrylaughan and €20 Mary Tuberty, Malinbeg. Lotto Plus numbers 4, 27, 28 and 30 there was no winner.

Bingo

Club Bingo winners €80 Margaret Doherty, Tracy Byrne, €75 Nora Byrne, Sarah McGinley, €70 Gracie O’Hara, Margaret O’Donnell (Shalway), Margaret Gara. John (Letrim), Patricia Cunningham, Goretta Kennedy, Claire Gillespie and Bernadette Gallagher . The Jackpot next week is €2,500 on 45 numbers.

Sean MacCumhaill’s

UNDER 17 CAMOGIE LEAGUE FINAL.

Our Under 17 Camogie girls played against Four Masters in the league final on Friday evening. Right from the throw in Mac Cumhaills were dominant. They scored a goal and a point within the first five minutes. Mac Cumhaills were unbeaten in the league and they were determined to to keep it that way. The girls battled all over the pitch and their determination was rewarded with an incredible scoreline of 8-04 to 0-01. Scorers were Holly Gillespie 3-0, Chloe Kennedy 0-3,Amy Campbell 1-0,Laura Browne 3-1 n Rachel mc Gowan 1-0 This is an incredible bunch of young ladies, who train hard and play hard. Their determination and commitment is a joy to behold. Well done to Geraldine and all the girls. You all have done the club proud once again.

UNDER 15 OG SPORT

The lads traveled to Letterkenny Gaels to take part in the Og Sport tournament. They had three matches against Convoy, Termon and Gweedore. They won all matches. This puts them through to the final stages this week. Venues and times to be confirmed. Well done lads.

SENIOR FOOTBALL

Sean Mac Cumhaills took on Downings on Sat evening in Mac Cumhaill Park. In ideal conditions, Mac Cumhaills took control right from the throw in. Stephen O Reilly slotted over a point after just 20 seconds. This set the pattern for the rest of the game. Downings never got going at all in this match.

Ht Mac Cumhaills 4-11 Downings 0-01.

The second half was more of the same.There were some good performances from some of the younger Mac Cumhaills players. Aaron Kely, Rory Dunleavy and Stephen Mulligan all showing well. The game ended 4-22 to 1-03. To compound Downings misery this result also relegated them. (please check)

Mac Cumhaills: E Gallen, G Grindle, G Dunnion, P Gallen, S Mc Gowan, M O Reilly, S Duffy, P Mc Nulty, S O Reilly, S Mulligan, Brian Lafferty, A Kelly, Alan Patton, D O Leary, Rory Dunleavy

Scorers for Mac Cumhaills S O Reilly 0-01, A Kelly 2-03, Rory Dunleavy 2-02, D O Leary 0-06 (2f), B Lafferty 0-01, A Patton 0-02, M Lynch 0-01, B Patton 0-01, S Mc Gowan 0-01, P Mc Nulty 0-01, S mulligan 0-03(1f)

UNDER 16 LADIES FOOTBALL

Our U16 ladies travelled to Convoy yesterday evening for our second match in the group stages. We started of very well and built up a good lead, but as the game progressed Convoy came more into the game and it was very even until half time. We regrouped and came out strong in the second half and played some very good football and ran out winners on a score line of 6-5 to 1-4. All Players who travelled got game time.This was a good result against a very good Convoy team. We take on Glenfin next week and a victory would see us top the group. We would like to see all family members come out next week and support the girls.

UNDER 16 FOOTBALL

Having topped their group the 16’s were drawn in a preliminary round against Gweedore. They played this match in Mac Cumhaill Park last week. they were victorious again and now face Termon in the quarter finals.

SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

Burt 2-18 Mac Cumhaills 2-12

THIRD TEAM FOOTBALL

Mac Cumhaills 3-14 Ardara 2-11

UNDER 13 FOOTBALL

The Under 13 league starts this Wednesday evening. we are home to St Eunans. Best of luck lads.

MAC CUMHAILLS JACKPOT STILL AT €10,000

There were no winners of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn were 10,15,24,25.

Four match 3. Kelvin Lynch, Evan Mc Devitt, Kathleen Clarke , Kevin Gallagher receive €40 each.

Gary Dunnion’s team selling this week.

Next weeks Jackpot is €10,000.

BINGO

The Bingo is on in The Villa Rose this week. Jackpot is over €9,000.

Naomh Columba

The ladies championship came to an end on Sunday when they were beaten by a point by Naomh Connail in the second leg in Pairc na nGael. Our young side battled bravely to the very end and were very unlucky not to get a better result.

The minor board Family Fun Run/Walk also took place on Sunday and despite the inclement conditions, it was a great success with nearly 120 taking part. It was especially nice to see so many of the younger members of the club on the day, with Pauric O’Neill and Leeza Cunningham winning the U16 sections of the run. Much credit is due to Jamsie Boyle and Martin Doherty for their excellent organising of the event, thanks to all our sponsors, all the helpers at the various stations, Sgt Tony Arnold, Aidan Haughey, the ladies in the tearooms, anybody who helped out in any way and most of all thanks to all who braved the wet conditions and walked or ran the event itself, maith sibh uilig!

The U12s got back to winning ways last Saturday with a great win at home to Naomh Ultan. In what was a great team performance, it was especially good to see the younger members of the squad playing well.

The U16 game was called off last week, with it more than likely going ahead this week.

Tickets for the All Ireland quarter final can be ordered from Martin Carr, Seamus Kennedy or Kevin McGinley, orders must be in by 12pm this Wednesday.

Good luck to Paddy Byrne and the county minor team, as they take on Roscommon this Sunday in Sligo.

This Sunday sees the club hosting a Lá Naomh Columba as part of our 50th anniversary, a day of football and craic in Pairc na nGael. The U8s kick things off at 3pm followed by the U10s at 3:45 and the U12s at 4:30, following these youthful games some of the more ‘experienced’ members take to the pitch, as In The Hill takes on Out The Hill in a battle of former heros and legends!!! To round off the evening

Flipside will be playing in the marquee. Bigí linn!

Moville

LOTTO

There was no jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 8, 12, 15, 21. The €50 runner-up prize goes to Joe Bonner. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,700. Thank you for your continued support. We would like to appeal for more Lotto sellers as it is out main source of income. Please support our club lotto.

CURRY NIGHT

Curry Night in Aid of the Donegal GAA Training Fund takes place on Friday 8th August from 6pm onwards. Come along for a great social night’s craic: we will have Traditional Music, Irish Dancing, and Curry for everyone in the audience. Our Minor & Senior teams are putting in the hard work on the field this is our chance to make a contribution to the squads & drive them on in their quest for All Ireland Glory. The curry night was a huge success last year and with your support we can make this year even better.

UNDERAGE FOOTBALL

Underage gaelic is on a break now for the summer and will return in September. The club would like to thank all the members for their support throughout the season and a massive thank you to the mammy’s for their delicious baking on Saturday mornings.

The U10 children did very well and were unlucky to go out in the semi final stages of the GoGames. A huge thanks must go to Billy Kelly, Shaun McClanaghan and Gemma Faulkner who managed the teams. The U8s enjoyed a full morning of gaelic football in Malin on Saturday morning in the GoGames finals. The boys were narrowly beaten while the girls reached the final, a fantastic achievement. Huge thanks goes to Maurice Harkin, Pearse Parkinson and Mags Mulhall for managing these teams.

CUL CAMP

Congratulations to all the 87 children who took part in our Cul Camp this year; it was a huge success. Credit must go to Head Coach John Gibbons for doing an excellent job with the co-ordination, and to all the other coaches who helped out during the week. The club would like to extend a special thank you to all the young players who gave up their time during the week to help out: Padhraic Skelly, Patrick Faulkner, Pauric Carey Doherty, Pearse Doherty, Casey Brown, Eoghan Gillen, Ciara Harkin, Emma Doherty, Niamh Mc Dermott and Allaire Mc Gonagle. We hope every player had a great week. Underage training will take a break now for the summer and will resume in September, we hope to see you all then!

GOOD LUCK

Best wishes to Tony Mc Clenaghan and Ciaran Diver who will line out for Donegal in the All Ireland Minor quarter final against Roscommon in Markievicz Park, Sligo on Saturday at 3pm. It is a fantastic achievement for these two boys from our club to be involved with the Donegal minor squad and to have won an Ulster championship. The club is appealing to all members of the community and the club to show your support by getting your Donegal flags out on display for the Minor boys and the Senior Donegal men for the upcoming game in Croke Park.

SENIOR MEN - Junior A Championship

Naomh Padraig Uisce Chaoin 0-10 Moville Gaels 2-09

It was a double header for Moville fans in Muff this evening, the reserve team having been beaten by Lifford GAA in the 6pm throw in. The boys battled well in this Junior B championship game but unfortunately came out second best to a strong Lifford team.

The Senior Moville men had a throw in at 7.30pm, with Sean O’Hare taking over managerial duties for this important game; the Moville men having won both of their previous games against Letterkenny Gaels and Lifford. The heat of the previous day was s distant memory as the players and a good number of fans travelled to Muff for this encounter in near perfect playing conditions.

Muff got off the mark first scoring points in the 2nd and 6th minute of the game. Malachy McDermott turned his marker in the 8th minute and raised the green flag to put Moville a point ahead with a brilliant goal. Danny Murphy raised the green flag again within two minutes leaving the Muff keeper gathering the ball out of his net again after some great build up play. Muff #26 scored an excellent 45 in the 16th minute and this was followed by a point from their #12 two minutes later; this would be their fourth and last scores of the first half. John McGeady scored 2 points from frees in the 19th and 24th minutes of the game; closely followed by Maurice Harkin who took his point well in the 25th minute bisecting the uprights. Danny Murphy rounded off the scoring in the first half with a point in the 28th minute.

Moville came out in the second half and scored two quick but well taken points, James Henry sprinted up from defence to score in the 31st minute and Nigel McMonagle scored a well deserved point 2 minutes later. Muff regrouped and scored four points without reply. #8 scored in the 4th minute of the second half, #12 scored in the 13th minute, #26 scored a free from close range in the 14th minute and #26 added to his tally a minute later. Seamus Hegarty made his way up from defence to score a brilliant point in the 16th minute. #28 for Muff scored another close range free in the 17th minute and Muff scored again in the 19th minute. What followed was a great disciplined display from the Moville team, they held the ball well and passed it around the midfield and defence, always retaining possession and protecting their lead. John McGeady got his third point of the game with a free in the 25th minute and Moville played with most of the possession, and contained Muff until the final whistle in what was a mature and disciplined second half. Moville will be hoping to carry this momentum through into their next Championship group game against Convoy with the date of that fixture to be confirmed as yet.

1.Maurice McGeady, 2. Pearce Parkinson, 3. Enda Faulkner, 4. James Henry (0-01), 5. Ciaran Diver, 6. Joe McBride, 7. Jack Keys, 8. John McGeady (0-03, 3f), 9. Malachy McDermott (1-01) 10. Shane Canning, 11. Danny Murphy (1-01), 12. Maurice Harkin (0-01), 13. Seamus Hegarty (0-01), 14. Ryan McDermott, 15. Nigel McMonagle (0-01), 16. Ryan Killen, 17. Niall Cavanagh, 18. Noel Doherty, 19. Jamie McCormick, 20. Connor Doherty.

MOVILLE GAA MERCHANDISE

The new club half-zip tops are available; they are priced at €40. Please check out the club’s 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.

Tir Chonaill Gaels

Condolences

The club extends its sympathy to Paul and Lisa Redmond and family on the death of Paul’s mother, Sheila, in Dublin. Our thoughts are with the family and this sad time. May she rest in peace.

Glenfin

Lotto numbers for 22/07/14; Jackpot €3600:

5 2 6 7 1 4 3 8

Brendan Marley matched the first 4 numbers and won €60.

Next week’s Jackpot: €3650.

Table quiz in the Reelin bar in aid of the Ladies on Friday 1st of August at 9pm. Teams of 4; €5 per person

Our U-13s are out on Thursday the 31st at home against Milford. Throw in 7pm!

Aodh Ruadh

Pat Malaniff RIP

On Saturday afternoon Aodh Ruadh learned of the sad passing of our friend Pat Malaniff. As a mark of respect the club will perform a guard of honour ahead of his funeral mass in Saint Joseph’s, The Rock, assembling at his home at 11.15am on Tuesday morning. Aodh Ruadh extend our sincerest sympathies and condolences to the Malaniff family on their loss. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.

Club meeting

The monthly club executive meeting takes place this Thursday, 31st July at 8.30pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh. All committee members are asked to attend.

Football

The under 16 Southern Minor Board league semi-final between Aodh Ruadh and Naomh Conaill takes place on Friday 1st August in Father Tierney Park, throw in at 7.30pm. We hope to see a large showing of home town support out to get behind the lads in this big game for the club.

Aodh Ruadh put in a strong showing in the Southern Minor Board under 15 Óg Sport finals in Donegal town last Saturday. Ballyshannon won their opening game against Dungloe 3-5 to 4-10. They then had a good battle with Bundoran losing by 8-5 to 3-5. Then Aodh Ruadh beat Naomh Bríd 7-4 to 1-11 in the final round robin game. That series of results was sufficient to see Ballyshannon through to the semi-finals as best runner up after the group stages. The Ernesiders then faced Kilcar in the semi-final where the men from in through eventually prevailed by the odd point in a 5-6 to 6-2 scoreline. Kilcar then proceeded to defeat Ardara by a point in the final. The Aodh Ruadh Óg Sport squad was Conall Sweeny, Ronan McMullin, Cian McGloin, Matteo Rivenna, Paddy McCaffrey, Michael McKenna, Shane Dorrian, Pauric Keenaghan, Dylan Gallagher and Sean Taylor. The lads deserve huge credit for the way they played across the whole day. They fought to the bitter end and really did the club proud with their attitude and determination. The day was a great developmental experience for this group of players. We have some pictures from the day’s activities up on the Aodh Ruadh CLG Facebook page.

The under 12s travelled to Kinlough last Wednesday evening for a challenge match with Melvin Gaels. A great game of football was played by both teams in wet and difficult conditions. Very little separated the sides during the game, but at the final whistle Aodh Ruadh edged the game 3-12 to 3-10. The following squad travelled - Bridín Maguire, David Doherty, Kyle Murray, Daire Warren, Eugene Doherty, Daire Gallagher, Daniel Dolan, Matt Gillespie, Shane Duffy, Colm McGloin, Cian Rooney, Jake Foley, Kyle McCaffrey, Frankie McGinley, Corey Ryan and Conal Bradshaw. We play Four Masters in the league in Donegal Town next Wednesday evening 30th July. All players meet at Father Tierney Park at 5.15pm sharp. Don’t forget club shorts, socks and mouth guards. We are looking for parents to assist with travel arrangements to the match. Please contact manager to confirm availability to drive. Training continues on Saturday morning from 10.45am till noon.

In a change from the usual arrangements, under 10 training takes place on Tuesday, 29th July at 6.00pm. The under 10s will be travelling to Donegal town this Saturday 2nd August for a series of games with Four Masters. We will be looking for parents/guardians to assist with transport. All players and parents/guardians able to help with transport are asked to assemble at Father Tierney Park. We will be departing Ballyshannon at 10.00am. Games will be getting under way at 11am in Tír Chonaill Park.

Father Tierney Park and Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh played host an excellent under 8 blitz on Saturday morning. Teams from Bundoran, Four Masters and Saint Naul’s were in attendance with a high standard of football on display from all the young footballers. Many thanks to the Aodh Ruadh parents / guardians who once again excelled themselves with a great spread of food upstairs afterwards. Thanks also to our match officials Aidan Murray and Niall Murray who ensured the games were all played in a good spirit. The 25 young players who pulled on the Aodh Ruadh jersey on the day were: Killian Bradshaw, Barry Campbell, Eoin Cassidy, Tommy Clyne, Ronan Delahunty, Eoin Doogan, Liam Doogan, Stephen Doran, Cormac Finnegan, James Gallagher, Joshua Gallagher, Tom Holland, Donagh Kelly, Michael Keown, Hugh Óg Maguire, Jack McCadden, Cian McDonald, Ted O’Donnell, Garvey Meade, Tom Murphy, Conor O’Mahoney, Daire O’Mahoney, Cillian Slevin, Darragh Summerville and James Ward. We have some pictures from the blitz up on aodhruadh.org.

Under 8 and under 6 training continues this Friday in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh at 6.30pm.

Hurling

On Thursday last our under 16s travelled to Letterkenny to play Saint Eunan’s. We were short a number of players due to holidays and injuries the game was played at 14-a-side. On a very hot evening it was hard on the lads with no subs, but they gave it their all. Goals were the difference in this game as the strong Saint Eunan’s team were able to find the net easier and ran out convincing winners 9-8 to 3-9, credit to our 14 players who never let the heads drop and battled away to the end. This Thursday the under 16s are at home to Letterkenny while the under 12s make the trip to Setanta.

On Friday the annual game between Ulster under 16s and Galway under 15s took place at the Connacht Centre of Excellence in Ballyhaunis, Mayo. Aodh Ruadh were represented on the Ulster squad by Brendan Gillespie and Oisín Rooney. Unfortunately due to injury Brendan could play no part in the game. Oisín was the only the Donegal player to start on the Ulster A team and was one of only three players not from Antrim or Down to make the starting 15. He scored two goals as Ulster were very unlucky to lose a great game 2-19 to 2-18. It was a great experience for both lads to have been selected for the Ulster Squad and to have attended the Elite Camp in Jordanstown and three training sessions since. We have some shots of the lads up on the Aodh Ruadh CLG Facebook page.

The fourth all-county blitz for under 8s and under 10s took place in Convoy on Sunday, once again Aodh Ruadh had the largest number of players at this blitz as they had 26 under 8s and 16 under 10s. The under 8s entered 3 teams and they all played seven games with varying degrees of success, showing great improvement since the start of the season and more importantly all had lots of fun. The under 10s continued their rich vein of form as they won all of their six games. Many thanks to all the parents who drove the players to the blitz, your support is much appreciated.

The fourth annual Peter O’Keefe took place in Ballyshannon on Saturday 19th July. This year’s tournament was organised by Ulster GAA assisted by Aodh Ruadh Juvenile Hurling Committee and without doubt it was the best tournament yet and a fitting tribute to the late Peter. Seven teams took part in Saturday’s competition Sligo (holders), Mayo, Roscommon, Derry, Tyrone, Donegal and South Ulster - a combination team from Cavan, Monaghan and Fermanagh. Donegal played South Ulster in their opening game and had a convincing win, they lost their second game to a very physical Roscommon team. They played their best hurling of the day in their third game against Sligo they turned over a four point deficit at half time to run out convincing winners. The host county topped their group due to their superior scoring difference. That set up a final against a very impressive Derry team. Donegal matched Derry in the early exchanges before the fresher Derry team, who only played two group games, ran out convincing winners. There was some great hurling played throughout the day. After the hurling Peadar O’Keefe presented the Peter O’Keefe cup to the winning Derry captain. The tournament is now firmly established on the Ulster hurling calendar. The Ulster GAA Hurling Committee has plans to make it a bigger tournament in 2015. Aodh Ruadh were represented on the Donegal team by Oisín Rooney (captain) Brendan Gillespie and Kieran Daly with all three lads playing very well.

Ladies

Aodh Ruadh senior ladies second leg intermediate championship tie against Ardara was postponed as mark of respect to the Malaniff family.

The under 12 girls wrapped up their year with a blitz in Killybegs. Well done girls on a promising season. Alicia Clyne, Chloe Connolly, Síofra Hughes, Laoise Kelly, Ciara Lynch, Caitlin McLaughlin, Ruth McNulty, Bridín Maguire, Danielle Masterson-Burrows and Leah O’Brien. We have some shots from the game up on aodhruadh.org.

Fantasy race for Sam

Despite only two games at the weekend, we have a new leader this week in the form of Johnny Patton and his team, Yes Patsy. He has a total of 189 points. Hot on his heels is John Keon and his of team Lakeside Lads with 188 points with Last week’s leader Barry Travers and his team, Still The Greatest Reserve, on 187 points. In fourth place this week is Philip Patton and his team, County Colours, on 184 while Pat Gruddy and his team, Mayo This Time, round out the top five on 183 points. High score of the week goes to Trevor O’Mahoney and his team, Coolsense. He scored 23 points this week. Cork-10, Galway-10, Martin-3. With only six points separating the top five places, it will ensure a competitive run to the end of the competition. As always the leader board is available every Tuesday on aodhruadh.org, as well as Ballybookies, The Bridgend Bar, Owen Roe’s Bar and upstairs in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh.

Weddings bells

Best wishes to our senior hurling manager Kevin Loughlin who is marrying Charlene Curran this Saturday in Garrison.

Training field back in action

The training field at Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh has now reopened for use following the completion of repair works.

Bingo

The July Big Bingo Jackpot was shared between Helen Lawne of Cluain Barron, and Ciaran Patton of Creevy, taking home €400 each. As Ballyshannon hosts the annual folk and traditional music festival, bingo this Friday will be held at Coláiste Cholmcille. First game at 9pm. Books priced at €10 for a full book, €5 for half book.

Lotto

The lotto draw has been deferred as a mark of respect to the Malaniff family.

Naomh Conaill

Naomh Conaill launched they’re annual 5k road race and fun run / walk on Saturday afternoon. The starting point is down at Naomh Conaills GAA club house on Wednesday 13th of August at 7pm.

Lotto : for the 22/07/14

There was no winner of the Jackpot the numbers out were 2 - 10 - 17 - 21. 2x prizes of €50 went to Neil Francis Boyle Ard Mc Gill and Kirsty Mc Dyre Glenties. Next weeks jackpot is €8,300

We would like to wish the very best of luck to Declan Bonner, Our Club man Ethan O Donnell and the County Minors who take on Roscommon on Saturday.

Congratulations to our senior ladies team who had a victory over Naomh Columba in what was a tight battle on Sunday, They now progress to the semi final to take on Buncrana on the 10th of August, the very best of luck ladies.

Red Hugh’s

Senior Men

The lads had a hard fought victory over Na Rossa in the championship on Saturday evening. It now sees them in a strong position with two out of two victories to start their championship group stage. The final score was Red Hughs 0-10 Na Rossa 0-6 well done lads

Under 21’s

The under 21s had a good result v Lifford in the Under 21 championship tonight. Missing a few key players the lads that stepped in did themselves justice and will be hard to push out. An excellent defensive performance from all the team. A spread of scores throughout the team which was good to see. Overall a wee bit careless in front of goal but they got the result. The final score Was Red Hughs 1-13 Lifford 1-5

Team and Scorers. Luke Kelly, Alan McConnell (0-02), Jason Dullaghan, Micheal Devine, Shane McGlinchey, Colm Melaugh (0.04), Calvin Bradley(C) (0-3), Pauric McMenamin (0-1), Dylan Irwin, Ronan Gallen, Cathal Doherty, Shane Gallagher, Shane Gallen, Thomas McMenamin (VC) (0-01), Shane McGuire, Micheal McColgan, Justin Browne, Justin McBride (0-01), James Carlin, Denim Rowan (1-01), Fintain Muldoon, Conor Gallen, Corey Gallagher

Senior Ladies

Well done to the Red Hughs Ladies and their manager who won their Championship game away to Convoy on Wednesday night, on a scorline of 0-9 to 0-7. A very hard fought game played in the blistering heat, the girls never gave up and worked hard right up to the final whistle.Thanks to all the supporters who came down 2 the Centre of Excellence 2 shout the girls on. The 2nd leg will be played at home date & time 2 be confirmed.

Under 13 Boys

The young lads play their first game of the league away to Downings on Wednesday evening throw in 7.30pm. Good luck to the boys and management.

Under 16 Boys

Lost out in the division 2 quarter final to a very strong Glenswilly side on Monday evening. Unlucky lads heads up now for the championship.

Under 16 Girls

The girls suffered defeat against a very strong Burt team at home last Tuesday evening. But they never gave up and played with heart until the final whistle.

Their next game is at home V Convoy this Tuesday at 6.30pm

Minors

The lads play their final game of the group stages in the championship away to St Eunans B next Monday the 4th of August in O Donnell Park Throw in 7.30pm

Minor training on Friday evening at 7.30pm

Local League

Thanks to everyone who helped throughout the league Managers, referees any anyone who helped set up pitches etc. To the tea ladies who made the tea and parents who brought sandwiches, home baking biscuits etc It was an unbelievable success and all the kids enjoyed every second of it. It’s all about taking part and being part of a team win lose or draw. Well done to all the kids who played they are surely the stars of the future.

We also had a our own Club Camp last Thursday and Friday. It was once again a great success with over 100 kids coming out to enjoy the fun in the sun. A huge thank you to everyone who gave up their spare time to help out at the camp.

Lotto & 100+ Club Results

Numbers drawn 3,8,7,4,1,2,6,5

There was no Winning sequence Lucky dip winner was Shauna Ryan Ard Mc Cool Receives €30

Next weeks jackpot is €4,225

100+ Club winner was Katie Callaghan Bahenbuoy receives €100.

Na Cealla Beaga

The reserves drew away to St. Naul’s in the league and the seniors had a good win against Nauls.

The under 8’s and u 12 girls had a good blitz in Fintra on Saturday- thank you to everyone that helped out between the football field and the tea room ladies.

The under 15 og sport team took part in Donegal town and played very well.

The senior ladies got through to the next round of championship against Kilcar on their previous aggregate score. This game will be against lifford date, time and venue to be confirmed.​

There was no Killotto jackpot winner this week. This weeks numbers were 1, 12, 24, 29. There was 3 match 3 winning €20 each - Fiona O’Donnell, Fintra, Yvonne Byrne Marine Drive & 1 online winner.

Next weeks Killotto jackpot is €2,100. Match 3 is €60. The club would like to thank those who buy the killotto each week. Remember you can play the lotto online at www.locallotto.ie. Saturday night sellers are David Conwell, Bernard Byrne, Seamie McGinley, Eamon Bonner, Daniel Breslin, Mark (Herbie) Boyle, Paul McFadden & Shaun Conaghan.

There was no bingo jackpot winner this week. Next weeks bingo jackpot is €2,400 on 45 numbers.

The all county General Knowledge quiz will take place this Friday (1st August) @ 9.30pm in the Tara Hotel, with our trusted quizmaster Conor @ the helm. Teams of 4 @ €5 P.P. Spot prizes of a county jersey, premium level tickets for Donegal’s match on 9th Aug. to name a few. your support would be appreciated. Again please note this is a general knowledge quiz.

The ticket book for the all Ireland quarter final will be in the Clubhouse fintra (tues evening) between 6.30 - 8pm. A 50% deposit is requested with all orders.

Na Dunaibh

Lotto:

Torthaí an lotto don 28ú Iúil. Uimhreacha: 2-3-4-20. Ní raibh buaiteoir don póta óir, bhí trí uimhir ag Cathal Ó Casaigh Na Dúnaibh, Emma agus Maithiú Fenny Beál Feirste agus Oisin Ó Cinnéide c/o Manus agus tá €50 an duine bainnte acu. Bhain Patsy an buideal fíon. Duais Dioltora- Patsy. Beidh an chéad tarraingt eile ar an Luan seo chugainn 4ú Lúnasa ins an Teach Tabhairne Uí Ludhóg Carraig Áirt agus beidh €7,000 ar fáil ins an phota óir. Ticeidi @ €2 ar fáil ó baill an fhochumann agus i siopa agus tithe tabhairne eagsula sa cheanntair.

Foireann Sinsir:

Níl cluiche ag na foirne an seachtain seo chuginn.

Ar an deireadh seachtaine seo chaite theip ar na foirne in eadáin Seán Mac Cumhnaill.

Bingo mar is gnach san ionad oíche Sathairn ag a 9 a chlog agus beidh fáilte mhór roimh gach duine.

Is feidir níos mó eolais a fháil ar suiomh idirlion an club ag http://sites.goggle.com/a/gaa.ie/clg-na-dunaibh-donegal/ agus fosta tá leathanach facebook(clg Na Dunaibh).

St. Michael’s

All County League - Both sides were away to Glenswilly on Saturday evening last.

The seniors lost on a scoreline of Glenswilly 1-10 St. Michael’s 3-3. The St. Michael’s scorers were Colm McFadden 1-3, James Alcorn and Michael Langan 1-0 each.

The reserves had a very good win on a scoreline of Glenswilly 0-11 St. Michael’s 4-06. The St. Michael’s team and scorers were: Dean Fleming, Denis Trearty, Shaun Doak, Hugh McGee, Daniel Doak, Paul Creamer, Oran McGee, Stephen Coyle 0-1, Brendan Devine, John McFadden, Dara McCarry 1-0, Ciaran Kelly, Keelan McGee 1-02, Danny Langan 0-2, Raymond McLaughlin 2-1. Subs: Eddie Patterson for Hugh McGee, John Sheridan and Nial Doherty not used.

Lotto Rota

The St. Michael’s Lotto Rota for the next two weeks is as follows: 2nd August Dunfanaghy Brendan Rodden and Michael Gallagher, Creeslough Annmare Kelly and Suzi Roarty 9th August Dunfanaghy Nicola Ferry and Liam Ferry, Creeslough Caolan McGee and Andrew Kelly. Anyone who is unable to carry out this very important job for the club is asked to get a replacement on the night.

Bingo

The €150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Brid McElhinney Shroughan. This weeks Jackpot will be €1530.

Lotto

There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 3,4,5,7,10, 16; there were 3 Match 5 winners Ciaran Kelly St. Nauls, Louise Cullen and Bridget Moore Moores Mace and Mary Langan Creeslough who won €35 each. This weeks jackpot will be €6300.

5K

St. Michael’s GAA Club are holding a 5K Fun Run /Walk on Saturday 2nd August at 12 noon with the registration at the St. Michael’s Clubhouse at the Bridge Hornhead from 11am. This event is part of the Dunfanaghy August Fair Festival events; please note change of day and time.

Club Gear

Anyone who would like to purchase club gear – 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

Coaching

Would anyone who is available to help coach some of the underage players please contact Manus on 087 647 0532.

Creeslough sports

The annual Creeslough sports takes place in aid of St Michaels minor board on Sunday august 3rd, your support on the day would be greatly appreciated.

The Minor Board are looking for donations for the bottle stall, they can be any type of bottle not just alcoholic such as bubble bath, shampoo and so forth and also crockery for the break the crockery stall.

U8’S

The under 8’training continues at the Bridge on Wednesday evenings from 6.45 until 8pm. Any queries contact Hugh Doyle on 0864472068. It is hoped to have some friendly blitzes before the end of the season.

U10’s

Our U10’s played their final blitz of the season last Saturday at O’Donnell Park. The team played two matches against St Eunan’s and one against Glenswilly. All players played well and the team was congratulated on the player’s ball skills and superb kicking which resulted in good scores.

Under 12’s

The under 12’s took on Cloughaneely on Sunday evening in the Northern Region Division 2 final at the Bridge.

In the first game the rain held of as the boys and girls from the Bridge put in a good performance against a Cloughaneely side weakened by injury and absence. The home side recorded a comfortable victory with captain Carlos O’Reilly leading the way. He was ably assisted by his midfield colleague Callum Friel and by the free scoring Calvin Murray up front. Overall it was a good team performance and a great reward for all this years efforts.

The second game was a closer affair with the boys and girls in Blue coming out on top. The home side battled hard with Joshua Bradley and Aoife Kelly showing well only to come up a little short. This team has improved immeasurably over the season and we are all proud of their great efforts.

Under 13’s

The under 13’s campaign begins on Wednesday July 30th at home to Glenswilly.

Under 16’s

The under 16’s qualified for the Northern Region Division 1 semi final on Monday evening with a comprehensive victory over Moville in Lifford.

After a close first half the Bridgemen came out fired up for the second half and soon put the game away. It was a great team performance by the boys.

Minors

The minors will play Carndonagh at the Bridge on Monday August 4th at 7.30pm.

Gaeil Fhanada

Gaeil Fhánada Lotto Results

Nos drawn were 02, 04, 09, 12, 17. B14. No jackpot winner. €100 John McBride €50 Leo Blaney, Rosnakill. Next week’s jackpot €3,200.

Gaeil Fhánada 1:09 v An Clochan Liath 1:11 in Pairc Uí Siail in Portsalon last Saturday evening. A goal for Dungloe in the first minute put our boys under pressure from the start followed by Adrian Sweeney scoring a long range free. Mark Sparky Friel got Gaeil Fhánada’s first point of the game in 2nd minute. Seami ‘Nanny’ Friel was unlucky hitting the crossbar followed by fine points from Ryan McGonigle and Jimmy Coyle. Johnny ‘Nanny’ Friel scored Fanad’s only goal of the game from a great pass from his wee brother Seami. Seami scored another point from a long range free, levelling the game on 20th minute. Fergal ‘Sharkey’ Friel was harshly shown the first black card 25 minutes into the game. Three more black cards were given in the second half, Dungloe’s Shaun Sharkey and Adrian Hanlon and Fanad’s Oisin Shiels. After both sides kicking few wides Seami & Mark ‘Nanny’ and Seimi ‘Coshia’ Friel scored fine points but Dungloe kept ahead to narrowly win the game.

Referee: Paddy McGonigle.

Gaeil Fhánada Reserves 0:09 v An Clochan Liath Reserves 1:11

Referee: Ciara Foy

Gaeil Fhánada 5k Rás & Walk For All The Family

Calling all athletes, runners, walkers, players, members and PARENTS OF OUR UNDERAGE PLAYERS.

Come along, take part and enjoy while supporting our underage players.

Pairc Ui Shiadhail Gaa Grounds, Portsalon

on Friday August 8th @7.30pm

Registration in the clubhouse in Portsalon or Pre-Registration online via our facebook page Gaeil Fhánada or by texting 0863818634. 

5k Race Entry €7 Children Under 16 €3

In aid of Gaeil Fhánada Bord na nÓg

Pre registration details : Please detail your name, category ( senior, 50+, walker), club (athletic club or individual)

Race registration - At Pairc Ui Shiadhail Gaa Grounds Portsalon, Fanad. 

Route information:

The race begins at a pillar near the main road exit to Páirc Ui Shiadhail. The runners turn left at the exit and proceed in the direction of Portsalon Cross Roads. At the crossroads the route turns up what is known locally as ‘Carr’s Brae’ and continues on that road. The route takes a right turn into Corry at Andrew Gibbons house and continues through the town land of Corry downhill through the ‘back burn’. At the junction below Sweeney’s the runners take a right turn in the direction of Portsalon along the Corry Bog road, straight through the crossroads, turning right into the GAA grounds. The 5k finish line is located directly outside the clubhouse gates. For anyone interested in running the route the kilometre, start and finish marks are discreetly marked on the road in green paint.

U6/ U8 /U10 training this Friday August 1st in Portsalon at 6pm. 

Thanks to the Downings club who hosted our U8s on Wednesday evening the 16th of July, a lovely evening for football and a few very good games were enjoyed by all who attended. All the games were played with great skill levels and as usual in Downings, very sporting manner and very well refereed by the young refs. We had 21 boys and girls over at the blitz, thanks to the coaches, Lisa, Oisin, Mark, and Martin. Thanks to the Downings tea ladies for the lovely refreshments afterwards.

Danny McBride Memorial

U21 game on this Thursday away in Downings v Downings select team at 7:30pm

Ticket orders for Donegal match

Fiona (0851555645) is now taking orders from members for tickets for the All Ireland Quarter final on August 9th. As this will be a double header, members will have first preference on club tickets. There will be a change to distribution of tickets this time. Tickets will be distributed by committee members on Thursday August 7th from the clubhouse in Portsalon. It was decided at our club meeting that this will be the only time and place that tickets may be collected. Tickets which are not collected that night will be returned. Tickets will not be available for collection in Shiels Shop or at Fiona’s house. Get your orders in asap

All County Quiz in Fanad Lodge next Thursday 31st July. Tables of 4 €5 per head. Come along and enjoy the craic. All welcome!

Gaeil Fhánada may be in a position to employ a player /member on a Tús Scheme to coach children in the local schools. Applicants must be in receipt of Jobseekers allowance for a year or more. If you or someone you know, would like to be considered, give Fiona a call asap on 085-1555645. She will be able to give all the details including rate of pay and working hours. She will treat all calls in the strictest of confidence. Interviews are happening within the week so please make that call immediately.

Glenswilly

This years annual summer camp will take place at the Clubhouse from August 20th to 22nd. Places are limited so to confirm your booking please contact Karen Mc Hugh on 0863827312.Our Seniors and Reserve were at home to St. Michaels last weekend with the Reserves being defeated mainly due to a couple of late goals. The Seniors won by a point in what can be described as a truly entertaining fixture. Both teams have no fixtures this weekend. The Thirds are continuing to win in the league and Defeated St. Eunans at home last Sunday by a margin of three points. The Thirds have been drawn against Pettigo in the next round of the Championship with venue and date to be confirmed. Our Minors have their final group game in the Championship at home to Convoy on Monday August 4th at 7.30pm.

The Ladies Team have a league fixture away to Termon this Thursday 31st at 7.30pm and they are away to Naomh Mhuire in the Championship on Sunday August 3rd at 12 noon.The Cul Camp was a great success this year with record numbers combined with fine weather and a great effort from our own club coaches and we must thank the County men namely Michael Boyle, Martin Mc Elhinney, and Eamon Doherty for their input throughout the week.

Congratulations to our under 15 seven a side team who were successful in the Og Sport held in O Donnell park last Saturday and now qualify for the Northern board final due to be played this coming weekend with time, date and venue to be confirmed.

The Gaelic for Mothers and Others starts this Wednesday 30th July in the training field at 8pm. This will run initially for a period of 6 weeks. It is very much described as something for everyone in that their will be various activities to suit all such as walkers, footballers etc. It is a non competitive group and is designed as a new social outlet within the club, a chance to get active and meet new people. Any queries contact Elaine Mc Fadden on 0861611240. The Under 13 boys have their first league game this Wednesday 30th at home to Muff at 7.30pm.

The Under 16s had a great win over Red Hughs in the league 1/4 final by a scoreline of 6-11 to 1-3. The under 13 girls start their training schedule this Saturday on the training pitch from 3.30 to 5pm.

The winning Lotto numbers this week are 2,6,13,and 14. Match three winner was Lorraine Doherty of Falcarragh. Next weeks sellers are Adrian Glackin and Martin Gallagher. The Jackpot now sits at a tempting €4860.

The Club held a very successful meet and greet with Michael and Neil and the two Uster Championship trophies Geraldine Diver took the official Photos on the evening thus anyone who wants to get their Photos can contact Geraldine on 086 0741551. Once again thanks to Michael, Neil and Geraldine for their time.

Finally,The Club would like to wish The County Minors and in particular Cormac the best of luck against Roscommon this Saturday.

Naomh Ultan

Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of the 27/07/2014 were 2, 6, 9 & 16, there was no winner of this week’s jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Kieran Meehan, Damien McCallig & Carol McGinley.

Saturday August 9th marks the 40th anniversary celebrations of CLG Naomh Ultan. A Meeting will take place this Thursday upstairs in the clubhouse at 8:30pm to discuss the event. There will also be a clean up around the club grounds this Saturday, August 2nd at 10pm. All will to give a helping hand for a short while please attend. Also please note that on the 9th of August during the celebrations the All-Ireland Quarter-Final featuring Donegal will be shown live upstairs in the clubhouse.

The Seniors had another good away championship victory on Saturday last beating Robert Emmets 2-11 1-09. They have no fixture now for the next two weekends.

Our Reserve side have recently drawn Naomh Padraig, Lifford in the Junior B championship quarter-finals, that fixture will be played out soon. Our U12 side had a mixed weekend, on Saturday last they lost out away to Glen quite heavily on a scoreline of 3-8 to 0-4. However the boys and girls picked themselves up, making the short journey to Fintra and beating neighbours Killybegs on a scoreline 3-7 to 2-8. A great second half display to take the two points, well done to all involved.

Rooney’s SuperValu, Killybegs and Kavanagh’s SuperValu, Donegal Town have offered to help our club receive a free O’Neill’s training equipment kit through SuperValu Kits for Clubs. Every time you spend €20 in a single transaction in the above two stores you will receive 1 voucher. The till operator will hand you this pre-printed voucher along with your till receipt at time of payment. Drop this voucher in the Club entry box located at the customer service desk in store. When 1,000 vouchers have been collected, SuperValu will send our Club the kit for free.

Cloich Cheann Fhaola

Bhí bua maith an an fhoireann sinsear agus tacaíochta tráthnóna Dé Satharin in éadan Naomh Muire. Cluiche sóisear CCF 3 13 Naomh Muire 0 12. Cluiche sinsear CCF 2 17 Naomh Muire 1 07.

Both seniors and reserves had two great victories at the weekend, Final score in senior game CCF 2 17 Naomh Muire 1 07. Reserve game ended in CCF 3 13 Naomh Muire 0 12.

Ní bheidh cluiche ar bith ann an deireadh seachtaine seo.

Donegal tickets can be collected in the club house on Thursday evening at 8:30.

There will be a Barbeque on Sunday the August bank holiday in the Shamrock staring at 5:30, music with Stephen Doohan AKA the shootist! Come out and enjoy the food, music and the craic!

Bord na nÓg.

The Under 10s performed really well at the mary from Dungloe invitational blitz on Saturday against Dungloe, Naomh Muire and Glenties. Well done to all the players on Saturday, that was he final blitz of the season.

Ádh mór to the u 16s girls who play St Micheals at home this Monday at 6pm.

The U 13s play Moville this Wednesday evening at 7pm in Castlefin. We wish the boys well.

Well done to the U12S who played St Micheals on Monday last at the bridge.

Good luck to the Senior ladies who play Naomh Columba on Friday at 7pm in a very important league game.

Milford

Donegal Tickets*

Tickets for the Donegal game on the 9th August must be ordered before 12pm on Wednesday 30th July. Orders should be placed with Joe McNulty (086-8547114) or Kathleen Friel (087-6506101) before this date

*Senior Ladies - Championship*

St Eunans 2-8 CLG BnaG 3-6

Our Senior Ladies had a magnificent win over St Eunans on Sunday in the Preliminary Round of the Senior Championship. They turned around a three point deficit at half time to win by a point and they now advance to the Semi Final stage.

*Senior Ladies*

Moville v CLG BnaG

Moville, Sunday @ 11am

After last weeks superb victory over St Eunans in the Senior Championship Preliminary Round the Ladies are back in league action this Sunday away to Moville. Throw in time in Moville is 11am.

*U21 Championship Draw*

Our U21s have been drawn away to St Nauls in the first round of the Championship and if successful will take on the winners of Killybegs and Bundoran. Time and dates for the fixtures have yet to be announced. The draw in full is:

Killybegs or Bundoran v St Nauls or CLG BnaG

Termon or Convoy v Naomh Colmcille or Naomh Brid

*U16s*

Glenfin v CLG BnaG

Glenfin, Friday @ 6.30pm

Our U16s play Glenfin in the Semi Final of the Division 3 League in Glenfin on Friday. Throw in is at 6.30pm and all support would be greatly appreciated. Players bus will be leaving the Health Centre in Milford at 4.45pm and stopping at Whoriskeys of Ramelton at 5pm.

*U16 Girls*

Gaeil Fhánada Clg v CLG BnaG

Fanad, Tonight @ 7pm

Our U16 Ladies make the short trip to Fanad this evening (Tuesday) to take on Fanad Gaels. Throw in is at 7pm and all support would be greatly appreciated.

*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

*Lotto*

This weeks lotto numbers were 2-12-16-23. No jackpot winner, 6 match 3 winners win €15 each. Ger Hardiman, Jimmy Friel, Seamus Ward, Josephine Burke, Luke White and H & R Graham. Next weeks Jackpot is €1,120.

*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 ‘downloads’ 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’s Officer Marian McNulty at 086/8506405 or marian.mcnulty@lyit.ie

*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 €10 discount on 3 month membership. Normal 3 month membership is €80 but will be available to members for €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 av