The latest in notes and news from clubs around Donegal and abroad on this All-Ireland week.
The lotto numbers for September 9 th for a jackpot of €3950 were 5,6,7,1,8,2,4 and 3
The jackpot was not won next week’s jackpot is €4000.
Congratulations to our minor ladies who beat Milford in the first leg of their championship tie on a 5-9 to 2-10 scoreline. The return leg in Milford is next Saturday at 11am.
The club would like to wish Frank McGlynn all the best in the All Ireland Final this coming Sunday. We’re all very proud of you and we hope you bring Sam home!
An Clochan Liath
Ba iad 5, 6, 11 agus 18 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €6,500 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Vincent and Kay Wehrley Quad Rd, Noreen Coyle Meenmore, Emma Jane Boyle Meenmore, John Houston Tubberkeen agus Annmarie O’Donnell Brocagh.
Pride of place this week goes to the senior team who were presented with the Division 2 league title in Bundoran in the final league game. Dungloe were undefeated in the league and won the final league match on a score-line of An Clochan Liath 3-13 to Bundoran’s 2-9. The clubwould like to extend its thanks to the people who were part of the fifth series of Club 200 and to anyone who contributed to earlier club 200 series. Going forward its the intention of the club to continue into a sixth series of Club 200 and we ask all existing members would they let their card holders know their intentions to continue within the draw. We would also welcome new members and should anyone have any questions please contact Tony Boyle on 086-3871216 or Aideen Gillen on 087-9340706. This will go towards the repayment of the club house & future developments. The 1st draw of the sixth series will take place on the 28th of September 2014 at the bingo.
With this coming weekend being hugely historic in Donegal where both minor and senior teams featuring in their respective All-Ireland finals, we wish Danny, Adam, John and Christian and the entire minor panel all the best for the final. We would like to wish Jim McGuinness and the senior squad every success in the senior final.
Dungloe defeated Four Masters 2-11 to 0-7, Dungloe the Division Two semi final of the U-13 championship on Wednesday evening. The game was closely contested throughout. Dungloe led 1-06 to 0-03 at half time.
Best for Dungloe were: Aiden McCole, Daire Gallagher, Dylan Sweeney, Aiden McHugh and Mark Bonner Scorers: Ben Boyle 1-3, Aaron Ward 1-0, Jerome Boyle 0-2, Dylan Boyle 0-2, Ethan Ward 0-1.
Tir Chonaill Gaels
Well done to all the girls team who took part in the Girls Gaelic tournament last Saturday at Greenford.
Dates for your are as follows; Friday 24th October - Presentation Night for U6, U8, U10 and U12 teams; Friday 14th November - Presentation Night for U14, U16, U18 and girls teams. Saturday 15th November - Club Mass in Clubhouse, Greenford
Mass will said in the clubhouse in memory of all our deceased club members. Further details to follow. Saturday 29th November - Youth Board Dinner Dance - Greenford
This is a limited number adult only event and tickets will be available before the end of the season from team managers.
Good luck to the Donegal minor and senior teams as they take on Kerry on Sunday at Croke Park.
Sunday 21st September is going to be a very memorable day as two of our own Tony Mc Cleneghan and Ciaran Diver who are both part of the first ever Donegal minor team to reach an all Ireland final. It will be a wonderful day for the two lads and their families who have put in an enormous effort to be in this position.
Moville GAA is holding a debate in Caiseal Mara Hotel on the upcoming All Ireland final. Special Guests include top Referee Pat McEnaney, 1992 All Star and All-Ireland winning full back Matt Gallagher and many more. The debate will be chaired by Judge Sean MacBride. Come along for a great night’s entertainment. The show will start at 8 pm sharp and admission is €5 at the door.
There was no jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 5, 13, 16, 20. The €50 runner-up prize goes to Regina and Michael c/o bingo. Next week’s jackpot will be €5,400.
The club are running a draw for two All Ireland final tickets. The draw will take place on Friday the 19th of September in the Trawlerman Bar. Tickets are €3 each and are available in most shop and bars in the parish also available from club members.
Congratulations to the U16 girls team who defeated Glenties by three points in a thrilling game over the weekend.
The senior men’s team take part in an All-Ireland mini 7’s competition in Killmacud Crokes this Saturday 20th September. The first game starts 11.30; if anyone is up in Dublin for the weekend please support the lads who hope to make it a back to back after winning the competition last year.
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All roads lead to Croke Park this weekend, with Paddy Byrne hoping to join that select few from the parish who have won All Ireland medals,The very best of luck to Paddy, the rest of the Minor squad and to Jim McGuinness and the seniors on their big day in Croker. We would also like to wish the large crowd that is travelling from the parish at the weekend, a safe journey. The parish said a sad farewell to Tommy O’Gara, Kiltyfanad and Cashel. Tommy was a great supporter of the club for many yearsand was proud to see Donegal back in the All Ireland this Sunday. Our deepest sympathies go out to his wife Margaret, his sisters an extended family. Ar dhéis Dé go raibh a Anam.
We would like to wish the best of luck to the Donegal minor and senior teams in Sunday’s All Ireland finals and a special mention to Patrick, Ryan, Stephen, Conor and Andrew who are representing the club.
Due to a shortage in tickets received for the All-Ireland final we do not have a sufficient amount to meet the demand. Paid up adult members will receive priority. Those receiving tickets will be contacted at the end of the week.
RTE News will be filming in Towney next Wednesday at 1pm in the build up to the All-Ireland Final all welcome to come along with your colours etc.
The reserves had a good win away to Gaoth Dobhair on Sunday the final score was 3-11 to 1-10.
As part of the build up to this year’s minor and senior All-Ireland finals Ocean FM are broadcasting from Aislann Cill Chartha on Thursday 18th September from 7-10pm, all welcome.
The Under 8’s travelled to Ardara on last Saturday for Finals day a big thank you to the Ardara club for a well run competition while our Under 16’s lost out to our neighbours Killybegs in the league semi-final final score Cill Chartha 1-07 Na Cealla Beaga 3-07.
There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €7,000 this week’s numbers were 9, 10, 23 and 28 winners were: €50 Frankie McDevitt (Kilbeg) €30 Martin Carr (Main Street) and €20 Trina McShane(Keenaghan). Lotto Plus numbers 1, 8, 14 and 26 there was no winner.
There were no winners of this weeks Jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2,11,16 and 26.
There were 3 match 3 winners. The were Sr Gabrielle Stuart, Willie Harold and Kieran Mc Shea.They each receive €50. Next weeks Jackpot is €10,000.
The lads needed to win by more than eight points to make the county final, and the lads didn’t let us down. They won 4-12 to 0-12. This puts them top of the table and in the final against Burt.
The seniors and reserves both were beaten by Cloughaneely on Saturday. The reserves lost 0-9 to 0-11 and the seniors lost out on an injury time penalty. 2-9 to 1-17
The Under 10 footballers travelled to Moy in Tyrone to take part in Ulsters premier underage competition. We were drawn in the toughest group, playing against Errigal Ciarans, Donaghmore, Glenullin and Pearse Ogs. We topped the group and moved on to the quarter Finals. We faced Ardboe. Unfortunately the game didn’t go our way, but the lads all played their hearts out. Well done to all the coaches and players. Finishing in the top eight in Ulster is no mean achievement. Many thanks to Moy for the invitation. Our under 8s travel down on the 27th to compete in the 8s competition.
The U-8 footballers boys and girls took part in a blitz at St.Eunans Letterkenny on Saturday and all teams played well. A huge well done to all players,coaches on a very hot day for football.
The senior team’s match at home to Red Hughs didn’t go ahead. The reserves had no fixture this week.
The Sean McDaid Memorial Cup will take place on Saturday 27th September. This will be a four-team blitz with our neighbours Burt, Glenswilly and Letterkenny Gaels. Best of luck to both Donegal teams in the All-Ireland finals next Sunday. This week’s lotto numbers are 16, 21, 12, 24, 23 and the most correct winners are Jim Doherty, Valerie Duncan and Imelda Devenney who win €25 each. Next week’s jackpot €6,200. The numbers for Saturday 30th August were 16, 19, 13, 24, 21 and the winner was Gary Crossan (Killea) who won €75. The Lotto is the main regular source of fund-raising 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 is delighted to announce the official opening of our new Clubhouse at its grounds in Straid on Sunday September 28th. The underage members will begin the day’s events by parading out from Clonmany to the Club’s ground at 12.30pm. The blessing of the clubhouse is planned for 3 pm with various games and events planned across the day. More details to follow next week on the full programme.
The senior team play Convoy in the championship semi final on Saturday September 27th in O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny.
The MATCH “N” WIN for Thursday 11th September numbers drawn were 2, 12, 13 & 19. The €15 winners were Annie Duffy, Urris, Paddy Tam, Clonmany,Maria Doherty, Burnfoot, Fr Charlie Logue, Tullagh and Maureen Friel, Dunaff Po. Jackpot next week €740.
It was a busy week on the field of play for our U13’s team last week. They travelled to Downings on Wednesday night past and final score was Urris 6-4 Downings 2-16. Followed by a comprehensive victory over Glenfin on Sunday past.
Good luck to the Donegal senior and minor teams in the All Ireland finals on Sunday and safe travel to all travelling to and from the games in Dublin. Bus leaving clubhouse at 7.30am on Sunday morning.
Pride of place this week goes to the girls under 16s who defeated the fancied Glenfin in the Banks to reach the county final for a third time. This is a great achievement by a group who have played a lot together through the past few years. The ladies board have done great work in getting younger age groups at 12s and 14s entered and this is starting to show great results.
All Ireland ticket allocation will be based on the club’s points system which was also used in 2012. Please see www.naomhmuire.ie for more details. Keep an eye on our facebook page and twitter for updates regarding the allocation and distribution of tickets. Go raibh maith agaibh.
The seniors came back twice to snatch a draw in Fanad on Sunday in their final league match of the season. Naomh Muire Naomh Conaill, The Banks, Sunday September 28th at 3.30 pm.
Thanks to all who attended a great night in Leos at the weekend which raised funds for the county minor and senior teams as they prepare to take on Kerry in the All Ireland final on Sunday.
Well done the minor ladies who had a convincing win over St.Mary’s, Convoy on Saturday in the first Round of the minor championship played in The Banks!
The Under 8s had an outstanding day at the Go-Games Blitz in Ardara on Saturday. A total of 8 clubs with two teams each took place meaning an amazing 16 teams took to the eight fields in Ardara.
The Banks has been chosen as the venue for the Southern Minor Board Under 16 final this Wednesday night between Naomh Conaill and Ardara. This game will be played under lights at 8 pm.
The club lotto for September 10 for Jackpot of €1940. The numbers drawn were 3-7-15-17. No Jackpot winner. The match four winners were Peggy Boyle, Mullach Dubh,Nellie Herron, Rann na Feirste.Brian McCafferty, Loch an Iúir.Maurice Friel, Loch an Iúir. The jackpot next week is €2000.
The third team played in The Junior B final last Sunday against Ardara but unfortunately came up short on the day. However the team had a fantastic year and a lot of credit must go to Paddy McGinty, his mentors and all the players for a very successful campaign. The U-13 boys continue in the league on Wednesday September 17th with an away fixture to St Eunans with throw in at 7.45 pm. The lotto numbers for this week are 2,6,10 and 23 match 3 winner is Niall Doran of Falbane Churchill. The jackpot now stands at €5180. A very successful coffee morning was held in the club on Sunday last to raise funds for the underage girls. A big thank you to Elaine McFadden who coordinated the event. The ladies team played away to Termon on Monday 15th but despite leading with minutes remaining lost the game due to two late Termon goals. Finally, the club wishes Michael Neil and Cormac the very best of luck in the finals next weekend.
This years Airtricity Walk at Meentycat Wind Farm will take place on Saturday the 27th of September. Sponsor cards are available form Liam Doherty 086-0224297. Support your club while walking in a very scenic part of the county. Start time 9.30 last walker leaves at 12 noon.
The senior ladies are due to play their second leg of their championship against Convoy at home this Thursday.
The under 13 boys played Cloughaneely at home on Wednesday evening. The young lads put in a very spirited performance and fought for every ball. The visitors had the lions share of possession and were well ahead at the break. The second half continued in much the same fashion. But with 10 minutes to go the young lads found another gear and scored 1-6 without reply leaving the Cloughaneely lads stunned. Only the gap was too much and the revival too late the result could have been a lot different. Final score was Red Hughs 5-10, Cloghaneely 5-15.
The allocation of 412 tickets to club is being worked on for assigning to club members and hopefully will be distributed to members on Tuesday 16th Abbey Hotel at 9 pm, Text will go out to members who are to receive a ticket.
Good Luck to Jim and Declan, Karl, Paul, Luke, Daire and all involved in Sunday’s All-Ireland from everyone in the club.
Well done to the reserve team on their convincing win on Saturday evening against Ardara to win Reserve All County League. Remaining match away to Gweedore, where Cup will be presented to the Four Masters team and Captain.
This is the last few days for your chance to win two tickets to the All Ireland final and get spending money. Tickets can still be bought if you call into the Abbey Hotel between 9 & 9.30pm Tuesday and Wednesday night. Draw will take place on Thursday 18th September 2014 at 9pm in Dom’s Pier One, Quay Street, Donegal Town.
The under 8 boys went to Ardara last Saturday. Two teams A and B were taken. The A team had very good wins against Ardara, Dungloe and Naomh Columba. The performance was truly the best all year at all our blitzes. The boys tackling and blocking, catching and passing was of a high standard. The A team coaches were Ronan Boyle, Mick Kilcoyne and Damien Dunnion. The B team had some great games winning all three of their matches. Their coaches were Gerry Ebbs and David Murray. The whole event was very well organised by John McConnell and all the Ardara club. we thank them for a great day. The boys have progressed very well since the start of the year. Manager Ronan Boyle expressed sincere thanks to all coaches; Odie McBride, Mick Kilcoyne , Greg Doherty, Gerry Ebbs, Michael Feeney, Damien Dunnion, James Cullen, David Murray.
The senior ladies are through to the championship semi final.
The club would like to wish our very own Eoghan ’ Ban’ Gallagher, and Hugh McFadden the very best of luck in the all Ireland minor and senior final on Sunday. It is a very proud moment for the club to have two players representing the club. We hope everyone has a safe journey to and from the match.
We would also like to wish all the best to the college goers who are heading away in the coming days. Kilotto 2,3,19,26. The jackpot was not won next week’s jackpot is €2450. There was match 3 winner winning €60 Jackie Barron, Ballintra.
The very best of luck to Declan, John and Christian as they try and make history at the weekend as the Donegal minors take on Kerry in the All Ireland final. Good luck from all at the club.
Best wishes to Jim McGuinness and the seniors and let’s hope we have a double triumph coming down the road on Monday.
Best of luck to Jim McGuinness, our own John Duffy, and everyone associated with the Donegal senior set-up as they go in search of a second All-Ireland title in just two years. Ádh mór also to Declan Bonner’s minor squad who are looking to create history by bringing a first ever Tommy Markham trophy back to the Hills. It would be a particularly special victory for Aodh Ruadh with Niall Harley captaining, Colm Kelly in the defence and Aodh Ruadh hurler Jamie Brennan in attack. Then of course we have Mick McGrath, Anthony McGrath and Gary Walsh lending their experience to cause too.
All-Ireland final ticket distribution takes place tonight, Tuesday, 16 September from 8 pm to 9 pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh. Successful applicants will be notified by text. Payment must be made in full on the night. The allocation procedure was transparently established and agreed at a club committee meeting last Friday. Those administering the distribution are volunteers giving their time freely and gladly for the development and promotion of Gaelic games and culture in Ballyshannon. While we appreciate that the ticket distribution will not meet with everyone’s satisfaction - due in the main to the well-documented issues surrounding the centrally driven All-Ireland final ticketing policy and allocation issues within Donegal - we must insist that our volunteers are treated at all times with respect and courtesy.
Aodh Ruadh are bringing you a pre-All-Ireland final chat night to remember,in Dorrian’s Imperial Hotel, Ballyshannon ahead of the All-Ireland final. Joe Brolly, Brian McEniff, Kevin Cassidy and Brendan Devenney make up the panel. The peerless Sean Perry will be compere on Thursday, 18th September as the final fever really starts to mount. Ahead of the main event on the night we also have an attractive undercard to get you in the mood. Brian Roper, Niall McCready, Sylvester Maguire and Mick McGrath will be sharing their take on the big games, with Michael Daly posing the questions. Tickets are available priced just €10 in Shannon’s Corner, Pearse O’Neill’s and McCosker’s Centra. Tickets will also be available on the night with doors at 7pm.
Well folks the countdown is on. Sunday is All-Ireland Final Day and Backing Ballyshannon in association with Aodh Ruadh, local businesses and the local community are delighted to present an All-Ireland special live from the Gables in Ballyshannon. Come along and enjoy the Minor and Senior games on the big screen followed by music with the Rockhill Ramblers. There will face painting and a few surprises for the kids, so this promises to be a great family day out. Thanks to Billy Grimes for co-ordinating the day’s activities. So come on everybody, nothing beats being there except being at the Gables this Sunday! Best of luck to both teams on the day. Donegal Abu!
The under 13s season wrapped up last Wednesday evening with a narrow 2-11 to 3-17 defeat to Naomh Muire.
The under 10 season concluded over the weekend just past. On Friday evening we had our third and final skills test of the season, the awards being presented at the Mick Shannon Tournament the following day. Winners in the third skills test were Ryan Daly (100 points), Eoghan Kelly (92 points) and Séimí Campbell (87 points). The overall skills champions for 2014 judged on their best two results were Eoghan Kelly (90.5 points), Ryan Daly (90 points) and Jack Gallagher (82 points). Honourable mention to Shane Delahunty on 81 points who just missed out. Next was the most important award as far as the coaches are concerned. These are the lads who are really working hard at their game and trying to improve it. These were the progress champions, those with the biggest improvement from their lowest score. Oisin Daly (46 point improvement), Aidan Sweeny (44 point improvement), (35 point improvement). Just missing out on the honours were Darragh Flood Dolan (33 point improvement), David Roper (32 point improvement) and Shane McGloin (31 point improvement.)
For this year’s Mick Shannon Memorial tournament, We welcomed Glencar/ Manorhamilton, St Naul’s, St Molaise Grange - the reigning champions, and Melvin Gaels.
Each team played each other on a league basis. In the senior tournament, Aodh Ruadh had narrow wins over Melvin Gaels, Saint Molaise and Saint Naul’s, before pipping Glencar/Manor by a point in the final league game. That set up what promised to be a thrilling final between the same opposition, Aodh Ruadh and Glencar Manor.
In the final, a tight battle ensued, but Aodh Ruadh’s huge commitment, and flowing football saw them come out on top, and reclaim the cup.
The junior competition saw some brilliant games in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh, but it was Aodh Ruadh and St Molaise who made it through to the final having both won three out of four. Aodh Ruadh overcame St Molaise by two points, and another close encounter was on the cards between the two in the final. And so it proved. Again, the two teams played excellent football, with little to choose between them. But St Molaise seemed to have one last burst in them as the final whistle neared, and Aodh Ruadh tired in the closing stages, with St Molaise running out three point winners.
Tom Daly was on hand to present the trophy and cup to the respective winning captains.
Many thanks to Melvin Gaels, Saint Molaise, Glencar Manorhamilton and Saint Naul’s for attending and contributing to an excellent day. Thanks also to referees on the day, Val Murray, Barry Ward, David Hoey, Niall McCready and Gerard Ferguson, to all the ladies in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh who kept over 150 people fed and watered, and to all the parents who supplied the sandwiches and treats.
Under 8 training last Friday saw the awards presentation for the 2014 skills competition. The winners in the second skills test were Killian Bradshaw, Tom Murphy and Liam Doogan. The overall winners for 2014 with the best average over the two tests were as follows: Tom Murphy (103.5 points), Finn Coady (101.5 points) and Killian Bradshaw (100.5 points). Next was the most important award as far as the coaches are concerned. These are the lads who are really working hard at their game and trying to improve it. These were the progress champions, those with the biggest improvement from their lowest score. Dylan McGuinness (40 point improvement), Liam Doogan (39 point improvement) and Jack McCadden (32 point improvement). An honourable mention to James Ward who just missed out with a 23 point improvement.
Then on Saturday the under 8s travelled to Ballintra for the Southern finals blitz. They fielded two strong teams and turned in a brilliant performance. All players stepped up to the mark showing the skills they have developed during the year. Playing five games each with the grand finale between Ballyshannon’s Team 1 v Team 1A, with the winner being Team Aodh Ruadh. The players who pulled on the Aodh Ruadh jersey were: Killian Bradshaw, Barry Campbell, Eoin Cassidy, Finn Coady, Ronan Delahunty, Eoin Doogan, Liam Doogan, Stephen Doran, Cormac Finnegan, Odhran Gillespie, Tom Holland, Donagh Kelly, Michael Keown, Hugh Óg Maguire, Cian McDonald, Dylan McGuinness, Garvey Meade, James Monaghan, Tom Murphy, Conor O’Mahoney, Daire O’Mahoney, Ted O’Donnell, Cillian Slevin, Darragh Summerville and James Ward.
The senior hurlers season concluded last Saturday with a 4-9 to 0-9 defeat to St Eunan’s in O’Donnell Park. It has been a curate’s egg of a season for the seniors, but full credit to Kevin Loughlin and his back room team for their hard work all year, as well as all the lads who gave it their all on the pitch in 2014.
The under 16s travelled to Scarvey, Buncrana last Thursday to play the home team in the semi-final of the championship. The lads put in their best performance of the year. This Buncrana team have never been beaten up through the age levels, but they came very close to it last week. Aodh Ruadh hurled with great belief and determination and led at half time 0-10 to 1-2. As expected Buncrana started the second half with a bang and got the first five points to level the game. For the last 20 minutes it was tit for tat in a rip-roaring game. With five minutes to go Buncrana led by a point when the ref controversially disallowed an Aodh Ruadh goal. Our lads never gave up and unfortunately lost narrowly 3-9 to 1-12. It was a great display from all the squad who were a credit to the club and themselves with their discipline on the night. They have given great commitment all year, a small panel of only 18 players should be very proud of their achievements this season.
On the same night the under 12s travelled to Burt to play the home team in the under 12 C final, we had a very young team with seven of the starting 11 being under 10. Try as hard as they might the lads just found the task too much against a fine Burt team who ran out convincing winners on the night. Next up for the under 12s is our annual Aodh Ó Dálaigh tournament which takes place on Sunday 28th September.
On Sunday morning our under 8s played Four Masters in a number of games in Father Tierney Park. Many thanks to Four Masters for coming down to play us at such short notice as the all-county blitz scheduled to be played on Sunday was rescheduled late on Friday night. We hope to travel to Four Masters for a return game before the end of the season.
Thanks to everyone who so generously supported our family Fund-Raiser initiative. Club President Owen Roe O’Neill made the draw in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh on Monday evening and whose number did he draw out only Owen Rua O’Neill! The prize was two stand tickets for the All-Ireland final and double Room and dinner for two in the Croke Park Hotel on Saturday night.
The television in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh was stolen from the premises last week. This significantly reduces the amenity of the hall in Aras as it was used for presentations, displays of pictures after blitzes, videos during wet days in the summer camp, and various other purposes. The door into the Aras was vandalised in the process. The theft is a disheartening loss of a valuable social amenity which was put in place as a significant cost. Any information which leads to its return will be gratefully received. Contact any club committee member, or the local Garda station.
There was no winner of the Aodh Ruadh Lotto Jackpot of €2,300. The numbers drawn were 6, 7, 9, 12, 13 and 14. In the lucky dip €20 went to Marie Gallagher, Erne Street; Jimmy Rafferty, Tonragee; Olivia Magee, Assaroe View; Philomena Begley, Finner Avenue; and Shane O’Donnell, Ardfarna. Next week’s draw for a jackpot of €2,400 takes place at 8.30pm in Dorrian’s bar on Monday.
Good luck to Colm McFadden, Christy Toye and Martin McElhinney in the All Ireland final against Kerry in Croke Park on Sunday. Good luck also to Declan Bonner and the minor team on what promises to be an historic day for the county with both teams playing in their respective finals against Kerry.
The club is having a draw for two All Ireland Final tickets,there is lines for sale in all local businesses in Dunfanaghy & Creeslough at €5 or 5 for €20. Draw takes place on Friday evening in the clubhouse.
The club extends deepest sympathy to the relatives and friends of the late Patrick Shiels, Ballyar, Fanad on his sad passing last week. Sympathy is extended to his wife Collette, daughter Aoife, parents Mickey and Shelia, sister Kathleen, brothers Michael and Brian and to the Fanad Gaels club.
This months 50 Club winners were €65- Kathleen Montgomery, Dunmore, €35- Mary Langan Massinass and €25 - Liz McKemey, Purt.
There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 1,4,6,9,14,16. The Match 5 winner was Kathleen and Kathy Ward who won €100. This weeks jackpot will be €6650.