This week’s latest in news and notes from Donegal GAA clubs at home and abroad.
The lotto numbers drawn at the weekend were 11, 12, 13, 14, 19,bonus 06. The jackpot was not won the €100 winner was Peggy McAteer, Kerrykeeland the €50 winner was Aoife Shiels, Ballylar. Next week’s jackpot €3,100.
The club have launched a new draw with €13,000 in prizes. Details and tickets available from any committee member or on our Facebook page. Draw to start in August.
The senior teams had mixed fortunes at the weekend. The reserves won against MacCumahills and the seniors lost to MacCumhaills. Well done to the eighteen boys who attended the Blitz in Downings. The U9 and U10 teams played against Downings, St. Eunan’s and Glenswilly. Thanks to all in Downings for a very enjoyable blitz and thanks to all the parents/guardians who took players over, great to see so many players there during the busy summer holiday period. The next U10 blitz details are being finalised and Martin will be in touch by text with details.
There will be an U8 blitz in Downings on Wednesday 16th. All players are to be on the pitch for 6.30 sharp.
The U6s will have a game against Glenswilly in the next few weeks. Martin will be in contact with info shortly. As always, if any further information on any of the above is required, contact Martin on 0873816105
Don’t forget to book your place in the Kelloggs Cul Camp in time with Fiona or online. The Donegal All County quiz will be held in Fanad Lodge on Friday 18th July. Teams of 4 all proceeds in aid of Donegal county teams.
The under 16 game against Naomh Muire scheduled for last Friday was postponed at late notice. The team have three league games left in the season and all will be played in the a week from this Friday, 11th July.
The Bakery Cup teams have been packed but due to holidays and people being away will not start for another while.
The under 12s played their fifth league match at home last Saturday against Naomh Muire. Early on the game remained quite tight, but Aodh Ruadh started to take charge mid way through the first half and remained in charge for the remainder of the game. In goals Bridín Maguire was excellent pulling off some great saves. In the full back line Daniel Dolan and Philip Cassidy were rock solid, while our half backs of Daire Gallagher, Senan Rooney and Colm McGloin covered every blade of grass. In midfield Mark McGlynn and Calum Ayres supported both their backs and forwards. In the half forward line Daire Warren, Harry Howarth and Shane Whelan created great space and never stopped working. Up top Cian Rooney and Mitch McLoughlin lead the line with great pace. A number of strong substitutes were made early in the second half with Jake Foley, Diarmaid Flood Dolan, Kyle McCaffrey and Shane Duffy, coming on up front and Conal Bradshaw, Frankie McGinley, Adam Hoey and Nathan Owens Kelly coming on in defence. The final scoreline was 4-15 to 1-5 in favour of Aodh Ruadh. Great work rate and commitment shown from all the players on display.
This Saturday we have Willie Rogers Tournament starting at 10.30 am and running until approximately 2 pm. Five team will be competing for the silverware, Aodh Ruadh, Melvin Gaels, Manorhamilton, Derrygonnelly and Naomh Bríd.
The under 10s were in Kinlough on Saturday morning and with 20 making the short trip we played two games against Melvin Gaels. Ballyshannon recorded two wins, learning a fair bit in the process in two largely pleasing performances. The best aspect was probably was the improvement shown by those players who haven’t been as much to the fore so far this season. The Aodh Ruadh panel who travelled were: Séimí Campbell, Conor Cleary, Oisin Daly, Padraig Daly, Ryan Daly, Michael Doogan, JJ Doran, Darragh Flood Dolan, Finn Gallagher, Aaron Horan, Niamh Hughes, Ryan Keenaghan, Eoghan Kelly, Lorc Mag Fhionnghaile, Art Mag Fhionnghaile, Grainne Maguire, James McGinley, Shane McGloin, Aidan Sweeny and Drew Ryan.
The under 8s have a blitz this Saturday, 12th July in Donegal town. Also competing at the blitz will be Four Masters, Killybegs and Naomh Bríd. Games will be getting underway at 11am and we will be leaving Fr Tierney Park at 10.15 am.
Aodh Ruadh hurlers go into championship action this Wednesday, 9th July when they face Setanta in Fr Tierney Park. The lads have been training hard all season and especially in the build-up to this match.
The under 12s and under 16s hurlers made winning starts to their league campaigns on Thursday last. The under 12s had a comprehensive win at home to Dungloe and will now travel to Carndonagh this Thursday.
The under 16s had a convincing win over Setanta in Crossroads. Many thanks to the parents who drove the lads to the game your support is much appreciated. The under 16s are at home to Burt this Thursday with throw in at 7pm. All support will be most welcome.
The minors beat Setanta in the championship quarter-final in Fr Tierney Park on Sunday evening, the lads showed a fair bit of rustiness and know they will need a much improved performance in the semi-final this Sunday against either MacCumhaill’s or Carndonagh.
Well done to the under 12 girls who took part in last Saturday’s blitz in Donegal town. They played games against Killybegs, and St Naul’s and two Four Masters teams with some great football from the Erneside girls and good wins to their credit. Featuring for Aodh Ruadh were: Ella Clancy, Alicia Clyne, Síofra Hughes, Laoise Kelly, Caoimhe Keon, Orlaith Keon, Danielle Masterson-Burrows, Sorcha McGonigle, Caitlin McLaughlin and Katie McMullin. We have some pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org.
The under 10s will be travelling to Donegal town this Wednesday for a blitz. All players to meet at the Fr Tierney Park for 4.45pm
After week eight and the first ten bonus points on offer for Kerry winning a provincial title, it’s John Patton Jr and his team, Yes Patsy, who have jumped to the top of the pile. He has amassed 149 points and has taken over from Gerry Gallagher and his team of Belleek Boys who are on 140 points in second place. In third this week we have John Keon and the Lakeside Lads on 134. In fourth place is Niamh and Pauric McGrath with their team, Niamh’s Creevy Clubhouse, on 131 points. In joint fifth we have Noel McGrath and his team, The Roofer, along with Pat Gruddy and his team, Mayo This Time, both on 128 points. With the change at the top this week, it’s as you were at the bottom. Jim McGrath and his team, I’d Say So, remain rooted to the foot of the table on 41 points. Michael Dolan and his team of Dolan’s Dragons are next on 49 points. Patsy Kelly and his team, Return Of The Wallys, along with Pearse O’Neill and his team, Best Cones Around, on 59 points, while one point up the road on 60 are Emma Gaughan and her team, Assaroe Lass, and Aiden Givens and his team, Whiskey Is Best. High score of the week goes to Noel McGrath and his team, The Roofer, who amassed a total of 57 points. (Monaghan-10, Sligo-10, Kerry-20, J Clarke-5, A Marren-2, D Goulding-6 and S FurloThere was no winner of the €1,300 Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot last Sunday. The numbers drawn were 1, 7, 9, 12, 15 and 17. In the lucky dip €20 each went to: Mary Conlon, Cornhill; Sean Magee, Ballintra; Olivia Magee, Assaroe View; Maura Gallagher, Rossnowlagh Road; and Shane Coughlan, Ardnafarna. Next draw is in the McGinley’s Bar on Sunday at 8.30pm. The jackpot is €1,400.
The lotto numbers for July 1st for jackpot of €3450 were 8, 2, 6, 3, 1, 4, 5, 7. The jackpot was not won. Fionn McDonald matched the first three numbers and won €60.
Next week’s jackpot is €3500. Well done to our seniors who got a good win over Downings on Sunday. The third team play the second leg of their Championship match against Ardara this Friday at home.
There were no winners of this week’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 9,12,14 and 18. There were four match 3 winners. They were Andrew Russell, Edel Lafferty, Carmel Foy and Deirdre Devenney and they all receive €40 wach. Next week’s Jackpot is €10,000
The under 14s defeated Buncrana on Saturday in the Northern final and now face Killybegs in the county semi finals.
Well done to the U-10s who had two blitzes this week. On Wednight night the Green team recorded great wins over Gweedore and Glenfin. On Saturday the White teams put in impressive performances against Glenswilly, Red Hughes and Newton.
Congratulations to our U-14 team who beat Glenswilly to clinch the Northern Board championship in Dunfanaghy on Sunday evening last. A huge thanks to managers Johnny Connor and Mick Gallagher who spent many hours coaching these boys and also to the huge support that travelled to the final and gave massive backing to the boys. Maith sibh uilig.
The annual Cul Camp takes place this year from Monday July 14th to Friday July 18th July. Further information is available from the camp co-ordinator Denis Mc Bride @ 0876132360.
Torthaí an lotto don 7ú Iúil. Uimhreacha: 11-1-5-21-25. Ní raibh buaiteoir don póta óir, bhí trí uimhir ag Thomas Mac Giolla Bhríde An Gliob agus tá €150 bainnte aige. Bhain Seán Ó Gallachóir An Gliob an beile dó bheirt. Bhain Bríd Ní Buaigh Miobhaigh an buideal fíon. Duais Dioltora- Cáit Ní Láifeartaigh. Beidh an chéad tarraingt eile ar an Luan seo chugainn 14ú Iúil ins an Óstán Cuan Na Dúnaibh agus beidh €6,700 ar fáil ins an phota óir. Ticeidi @ €2 ar fáil ó baill an fhochumann agus i siopa agus tithe tabhairne eagsula sa cheanntair.
An tarraingt 50/50: Seo na buaiteoirí dó mí Meitheamh. €250 – Donnachadh Mac Eiteagain, Murlog; €100- Sean Mac Giolla Bhride, An Charraig; €100- B&M Ní Aodha, Atha Leathaobh; €50 – Emma & Maithiu Mac Giolla Bhríde, Na Dúnaibh;€50- Ben Mac Giolla Bhríde, Na Dúnaibh
The club have been allocated €90,000 towards development of new changing rooms and refurbishment of the existing building. In order to realise this funding substantial funds will have to be gathered by the club.
Orders are now being taken for tickets to the upcoming Garth Brooks concerts. Deadline is 10 pm on Monday 14th July by text to 0876198749.
There was no lotto jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 6, 16, 19, 20. The €50 runner-up prize goes to Margaret Kane. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,400.
Underage training will take place this Saturday 12th July for the last time before we break up for the summer. It will resume again in September. However, final days for U8 and U10 will take place in mid July and players will be sent out information in advance.
Final call for registration for Cul Camp. It begins in Moville GAA on 14th July. Forms will be available at Saturday morning underage training. Parents can also register online by visiting www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps
Moville had never won an under 16 a title at Inishowen level until Sunday evening in Burt. Credit must go to a gutsy second half when Muff went six points up Moville never gave up and cam e back into the game to win by the narrowest of margins. It was a low scoring first half in Muff. Moville had a great opportunity for a goal from throw in but it hit the upright. It took ten minutes before the first point was registered and it was Muff. Moville scored four consecutive points from Gareth Foynes, Pauric Gillen, Padhraig Skelly and Patrick Faulkner, before Muff replied with three in a row to level the match once again. Patrick Faulkner slotted over a free on the 29th minute and Muff scored on the 32nd minute to leave it five points each at half time. Muff started brilliantly and shocked the Moville boys by scoring a goal and three points within four minutes of the restart. Patrick Faulkner scored another from a free after six minutes before Muff scored another two points, Moville looked in trouble. Micheal Henry and Darragh Kelly got two points back for Moville before Muff scored again on the 18th minute of the second half. Patrick Faulkner slotted over another free and this was shortly followed up by a goal from Darragh Kelly. Muff took another two points and on the 26th minute Pauric Gillen was brought down in the Muff box and the referee pointed to the spot. Gillen took the penalty himself coolly slotting it into the corner o the keeper’s left. Muff got one more point on the 29th minute to leave the final score 3-8 to 1-13. This was a fantastic display of determination, teamwork, skill and effort from a Moville team who were unbeaten in Inishowen this year. Huge congratulations from all at the club to the players; you did yourselves proud. Huge thanks to Healthwise Pharmacies for sponsoring the team’s smart new jerseys. A massive thanks to all the friends and family who came to support in big numbers, it was great to see. Finally, congratulations to Seamus Hegarty and Danny Murphy who managed the team.
The seniors maintained their one hundred percent home record following a 1-16 to 0-9 win over Four Masters on Sunday afternoon. The win this leaves them one point off the top of the league with three games in hand over leaders St Eunan’s. The reserves were narrowly defeated by 0-13 to 2-10 by league leaders Four Masters also on Sunday. Next up is home matches against Glenswilly this Saturday evening reserves are on at 6 pm and the senior match is at 7.30 pm.
You can now stay in touch with latest club events via our new FREE mobile app which was launched last week. Congratulations to our magnificent Under 14 boys who won the Divisional Final on Monday evening in what turned out to be a rip roaring contest throughout. Cill Chartha ran out victorious winners with a final score of Cill Chartha 3-11 Naomh Bríd 3-10. They now meet Robert Emmetts in the County semi- final on Saturday at 12 noon venue to be announced. The Under-12s are away to Bundoran this Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm while our Under 16s are also away to Bundoran on Friday evening at 7.30 pm.
There was no winner of the lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €6,100 this week’s numbers were 2, 15, 26 and 28 winners were: €50 Anne Lowther, Mountcharles, €30 Liam Doherty, Meentakeraghan and €20 Shane Meehan, Leitir. Lotto Plus numbers 9, 14, 20 and 28 there was no winner. There will be a special general meeting along with a club meeting this Friday evening at 9 pm in the Tea Room.
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Bad aid 2, 15, 17 agus 20 a huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €5,500 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Sharon Madge O’Donnell, Leffin, Peter McGee, Meenderryhirk, Patsy Hanlon, Pole Rd, Dungloe, Jimmy O’Donnell, Chapel Rd agus Donal Boyle, Roshine North.
The U12 hurlers commenced their League campaign with a hard away draw to Ballyshannon on Thursday last. The league will involve ten games with a game every Thursday throughout July and August and early September. Dungloe struggled in the first half with some players making their hurling debut but they steadily improved as the game went on and held their own in the second half. Praise goes to Jack Walsh, Michael McNulty, Brendan O’Donnell making his debut, Gerard Glackin, Philip Noble, Neil Noble, Darcy Walsh, Ben Boyle (captain), Conor Hunter, Evan Forker and Odhran McGonagle.
Both the U8 and U10 hurlers were in action at an all County Blitz last Sunday at the centre of excellence in Convoy. Charlie Ferry is the principal coach of the U8s and was very pleased with the teams performance with Dungloe playing seven games and winning five of them. Notable performances from Cianan McDaid, Joseph Doherty Michael O’Donnell and Conal and Liam Ferry. PJ Walsh is the principal coach with the U10s who had some hard games in a very competitive U10s section with Dungloe again winning most of their games but more importantly trying hard, learning and enjoying it all. Notable for Dungloe were Karl McGee, Eoghan Walsh, John James Blaney , Notable for Dungloe were Karl McGee, Eoghan Walsh, John James Blaney, Cianan Bonner, John Paul Bonner, Evan McFadden, Jack Treacey and Damian McGowan. Well done to all the players’ coaches and helpers and to Paddy McGowan in assisting PJ and Charlie.
The lotto numbers this week were 8,13,19,23. The match three winner was Jack Gallagher, Cabra Churchill. This week’s sellers are Rory Callaghan and Christopher Mc Monagle with the jackpot now at €4680. The seniors and reserves both suffered defeats to Gaoth Dobair on Sunday last. The Under 14 boys finished their season in the Championship final but unfortunately lost to Downings by a point.The minors had a good week in beating both Naomh Padraig and Muff in the Championship. The Thirds also had a good win in the Junior B Championship defeating Robert Emmetts on a scoreline of 2-13 to 1-5. Anyone interested in Ulster Final tickets must have their order in by 1pm. Wednesday July 9th to Sharon McGinty by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The next monthly meeting will be held on Monday July 28th at 9 pm.
A big thank you to everyone who was helping out in Fintra at the Cul Camps this week. There are over 160 boys and girls taken part and we are delighted to see such a great turn out.
The seniors had a win against Cloughanelly last weekend and the reserves lost but put in a good performance.
There was no Killotto jackpot winner this week. This weeks numbers were 2,12,22,24. There was four match 3 each winning €45. They were Pat McGinley, Paul McCrudden, Pat McGee and Conal Gallagher, Bungostin.
Next week’s jackpot is €1950. Remember you can play the lotto online at www.locallotto.ie. The ladies team are organising a 5k on Friday 8th August (Festival weekend)
Strictly is also coming back to Killybegs. The scouts will be out and about over the next few weeks so put your dancing shoes on.
The Four Masters Academy for young footballers and hurlers continues on Saturday 12th from 11am- 12.30pm. The Academy is open to all 4-7 year olds. For further information please contact Pauric Harvey on 086 052 3905.
Registration for the famous Kellogg’s Cúl Camp is now open. The camp is open to boys and girls aged 6-13 years of age. The club will host the camp on 21st-25th July. Registration for the camp is €55 for first child, €45 for second child and €40 for third/fourth child. Each child will receive a Cúl Camp jersey and bag. Registration night on Friday 18th July in Tir Conaill Park at 7pm - 8pm. Parents may also register online on the Keloggs Cúl Camp. Contact Pauric Harvey (0860523905).
The annual Kevin Faulkner Memorial Tournament was held again this year for our U10 boys and girls. It was run over a few Wednesday evenings with six mixed teams taking part in some thrilling football matches. Damien Dunnion, ran the tournament very well and with his group of helpers who coached and refereed and gave up their time to ensure a great couple of outings culminated in a fantastic final. Michelle Sweeney and her helpers were also involved and indeed are producing some great players for the future as the girls showed some great skills for the game over the 2 weeks. Packie Faulkner was on hand to present the Cup and medals on behalf of all the Faulkner Family and continue this great tradition in the club. Ross O’Keeney was the winning Captain for his Donegal team who defeated a gallant Dublin side in the final and let’s hope this is a sign of things to come! Again thanks to all who helped out, great to see the Refs togged out in their official gear which also adds to the occasion, the tea ladies who are an integral part of any club. Thanks also to the managers of each team who coached the teams.
On Saturday July 5th Four Masters Ladies hosted their U12 blitz for this season. There were teams from Killybegs, Bundoran, Ballyshannon, and St Nauls. All teams played three to four games all girls got plenty of football. Although there are no official scores kept, the girls tell me that two of the Four Masters teams beat Bundoran who had been unbeaten in three years. It is fantastic to see the girls turning up in such large numbers on an ongoing basis. Thanks to all the parents who provided refreshments for the players and thanks to all who helped out on the day, in particular Anne McGowan with the catering, and Matt, Michelle, Michael and Danny for refereeing.
The senior teams had a very good victory beating Naomh Conaill by a point. The Runegal in Donegal (The Hornhead Challenge) 10k sponsored by Molly’s Bar and Grill and Boyces Centra in Dunfanaghy will be held on Saturday 12th July at 2 pm. Registration is from 12.30pm at St. Michael’s Clubhouse. Fun day also at the St. Michael’s GAA Club grounds with Bouncy Castle, Face Painting for the children, DJ, BBQ after the race with prizegiving in the Clubhouse. Changing and shower facilities available. Further information on Runegal in Donegal on Facebook and Twitter. For more information contact Andrew on 0879274892.
The club will host a heat of the all county general knowledge quiz in the Clubhouse on Friday 18th July in aid of the Donegal team in the Ulster final. A Donegal Jersey will again be provided as a ticket prize draw on the night. The quiz will consist of eight rounds of ten general knowledge questions with two points for a correct answer. The entry fee is €5 per person and teams should have no more than four members.
There was no jackpot winner in the Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 1,2,5,7,16, 18. The four match 5 winners were Ann Marie Ferry, Shroughan, Eamon McGinley, Ards, Chelsea Evans, Hoornhead and Ann McGee, Dunfanaghy who won €25 each. This weeks jackpot will be €6150.
The annual Kellogs Cul Camp will be held at the Bridge from the 28th July until the 1st August. This camp will cover football hurling and camogie. For more information contact Liam McElhinney on 0868611097. The next blitz is scheduled for the this Friday July 11th with teams from Lifford Convoy and Red Hugh’s also taking part. The next blitz is scheduled for this Saturday July 19th with teams from St. Eunans and Fanad Gaels also taking part. The 16s beat Milford on Tuesday night and Fanad on Friday. The minors defeated MacCumhaills on Monday evening in the championship.
The Donegl ladies Junior B championship is on Sunday 13th July in Glenswilly at 12 noon. The club ladies club have a bag packing day on the 12th July in Super-value Dungloe and are looking for Bag packers. Contact Karen McGarvey 0871704517 or Shaun Rodgers 0872330185 if anyone can help.
Both senior and reserve teams lost out to Dungloe in the league at the weekend.
There will be a Quiz for the Dungloe Community Hospital Patients comfort fund in Caislean Oir Annagry on Wednesday night at 9.30pm. The hospital serves our area and the elderly so well and the comfort and treatment given to those who are or have been patients there is of the highest quality.
Well done to the Under 14s who were beaten by Kilcar on Friday night in Glenties. Their performance over the hour was impressive.
The Lotto numbers drawn at the weekend were 6-12-20-22 . The jackpot was not won. Next week’s jackpot is €1340.
The U14 girls were in very hard luck when they were defeated by Urris in the county semi final last Friday evening. This team has been improving all year and much credit must go to the coaches, Sarah,Laura and Betty and the girls themselves for all their hard work.
The U16s were beaten by Bundoran in their opening league match,after a good team effort by this young side. The senior men picked up two valuable league points away to Carndonagh,this result keeps them in the hunt for promotion.
The Scrap Saturday collection is entering its final stages, so if anyone has still some scrap for gathering please contact one of the collectors. The Cúl Camp starts on Monday 21st July for more info please ring David on 086 0748846. A review and update of the history of the club is being planned, with a launch later in the year. Anyone interested in being part of this review is invited to a public meeting at Pairc na nGael,to be held on Thursday 17th July at 8pm sharp. Any information or documentation that anyone may have, that would be relevant to this review would be appreciated. Contact Barney Cunningham or David Gillespie, all documents and pictures will be returned promptly to owners.
The seniors and reserves both lost out to Aodh Ruadh at home on Saturday evening. Both teams are scheduled to travel to Buncrana next weekend.
Aodh Ruadh took the points in the top-of-the-table clash at Pairc Comcille on Saturday evening after a victory by the narrowest of margins.
The result keeps Aodh Ruadh on top of the table with 20 points from 14 games played. Naomh Colmcille have 16 points after 12 games.
The minors travelled to Mulroy Gaels in the Division One Championship on Monday evening but lost out by the narrowest of margins. Final score Mulroy Gaels 1-10 1-9 Naomh Colmcille.
The U12s hosted St. Eunans C on Monday night. They have another home game this Monday (7th).
This year’s Cul Camp runs from the 7th to the 11th of July for all children aged 6 to 13 years. Camp runs from 10 am to 3 pm. Contact Sharon on 087-9685558.
This week’s lotto numbers are 3, 17, 19, 12, 7 and the most correct winner (matching four numbers) is Jean Hannigan who wins €75. Next week’s jackpot €5,700.
The seniors and reserves both lost out to Aodh Ruadh at home on Saturday evening.
The minors travelled to Mulroy Gaels in the Division 1 Championship on Monday evening but lost out by the narrowest of margins. Final score Mulroy Gaels 1-10 1-9 Naomh Colmcille. A home fixture against Glenfin is scheduled Monday (7th) at 7:30.
The u16s had no game this week.
U13. Training for the U13s is on Wednesday (9th) at 7 pm. First match is scheduled for Saturday 19th July. All current, new and returning players welcome (boys born 2001-2003).
The U12s hosted St. Eunans C on Monday night. They have another home game this Monday (7th).
This year’s Cul Camp runs from the 7th to the 11th of July for all children aged 6 to 13 years. Camp runs from 10 am to 3 pm. Please bring a packed lunch and dress for the weather! Tuck shop provided. All children will receive a full football kit and a bag (Donegal colours). Cost is €55 for the first child and €45 for each child thereafter. A week of fun and craic with qualified coaches. Contact Sharon on 087-9685558.
The seniors had a fantastic victory over Urris in the first game of the championship. The lads knew exactly what they were up against having played them last week in the league and winning that one by a single point.
The reserves also had a great win in their game against Urris. It was never going to be easy having lost to Urris in the league last time out by six points.
The under 10 boys and girls held their home blitz on Saturday morning. It was a fantastic occasion with some great football on display. Well done to all the boys and girls who took part in the blitz. The under 12 boys lost out to Convoy in their last game of their go games campaign. They now await their next opponents in their finals match to be confirmed this week. Good luck to the lads and management in the final. Under 12 girls all county blitz will take place this Saturday in Convoy 10.30 am.
The under 16 boys are involved in a three way playoff in their league to decide their fate. They play Letterkenny Gaels on Wednesday in Letterkenny and Glenfin at home on Friday evening both games throw in at 7.30 top two teams go into division two league playoffs and the third team goes into division three playoff.
The minors played Milford in their second game of the championship away in Milford on Monday evening. The lads played very well and showed great team spirit to see off a strong Milford challenge. The final score was Red Hugh’s 3-13 Milford 2-9
The local league continues this Wednesday at 7 pm everyone is asked to be there by 6.45 so we can get started on time.
The Kelloggs Cul Camp will be run at the club from 14th - 18th of July. The camp is for boys and girls between the ages of 6 to 13 years old. Registration forms are now available. Contact number 0861635726. The Registration evening for the camp will be on Thursday 10th of July from 7-8 pm in the Clubhouse.
There was no winner of this weeks lotto jackpot, the numbers out were 1-21-23-27. The 2 by €50 prizes went to Rose McCahill, Derries and Christine McCool, 3 Ard Mcgill. Next weeks jackpot will be €8,000.
The 2nd 200 club draw took place last Tuesday night 1/7/14 at bingo. The winners were €500 -Christine Boyle, Highlands Hotel; €100 -Anne Browne, Mc Closkey Cresent; €100- Gerry O’Donnell (jack), Narin Rd; €100-Leo McLoone (jnr), Main Street; €100 - Nancy Gill, Mennahalla; €100-Sean McMonagle, Fintown.
The next draw will take place Tuesday August 5th at the bingo.
Congratulations to the U-14 girls team on winning the championship. The girls had a big victory over Termon in Letterkenny last week.
Congratulations to our u14 boys team who beat Killybegs in the regional final last week in Donegal Town.
Well Done to our U14 girls who are through to the U14 B county final. The girls beat Naomh Columba in Straid on Friday evening. Well done to John Farren and all who help out with this team. They will meet Milford in final. The club meeting is on Wednesday night at 8.30pm.
The Match “N” Win July 3rd, numbers drawn were 14, 18, 19 and 23. The jackpot was not won. The €15 winners were Rita McCarthy, C/o Bayside Caravans, Tullagh, Anne Devlin, Altahalla, Josephine Diver, Tullagh, Maureen Grant, Tornabratley and Rose Doherty, Isle of Doagh. Jackpot next week’s is €1,780.
The ladies travelled Another successful GAA Cul Camp held in Straid last week, over a 120 boys and girls took part and a great time was had by all. A big thank you to all the girls & boys, coaches , Darrach O’Connor from the Donegal GAA squad and all who helped out in any way to make the week the great success it was.
The club are hosting a Race Night on Friday August 1st in the Square Bar, Clonmany. Horses now on sale at €10 from all committee members and both Ladies & men’s team.