CLUB CALL- All the news from Donegal's GAA clubs

DEMOCRAT GAA CLUB CALL

CLUB CALL- All the news from Donegal's GAA clubs

For GAA supporters in Donegal there's only one subject of debate this week and that's Sunday's double-header in Clones.

But there's been plenty more happening around our clubs over the past week. Here's a round-up:

CILL CHARTHA

The seniors remain top of Division One after an away win over St Eunan’s on Saturday evening. The reserves lost to St Eunan’s.

We would like to wish the best of luck to Ryan, Eoin, Mark, Paddy, Stephen and the Donegal seniors and to Gary, Brian, Daniel, Neilly and the minors in the Ulster finals this Sunday.

The under 16s were defeated by Dungloe on Friday and the Under 14s lost to Killybegs in the Division Two championship semi-final last Wednesday in Towney.

Cúl Camps are in Towney this week from 11th-15th, July for boys and girls aged from 6-13 years.

There was no winner of the lotto jackpot so next week’s jackpot is €5,400. This week’s numbers were: 3, 6, 8 and 10. The €50 Charlie and Bell McHale, Glenswilly, the €30 went to Marline Doherty, Roelough and Sheila Diver, Bavin and Donál MacGiolla Easpaig, won €20 each.

FOUR MASTERS

The club would like to wish Karl Lacey and Aaron McCrea and the Donegal seniors and minors all the best in Sunday’s Ulster finals.

The U12 girls hosted a blitz on Thursday evening in Tir Chonaill park. It was a wonderful evening of football with a team from St Nauls, Naomh Columba and two teams from Killybegs took part. Killybegs proved too strong in both groups. Thanks to all who helped out on the evening. Next up is our all county blitz in Convoy on Saturday July 16th.

Our annual Four Masters Cúl Camp takes place from July 25th-29th in Tír Park. Register online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

The training pitch development draw tickets are now on sale. Tickets are €5 each or 5 for €20.

CLOUGHANEELY

After a short break our seniors and reserves were back in league action again at the weekend as they welcomed Malin to Páirc Naomh Fhionán. The reserves kick-started the afternoon with a good win. The senior game was preceded by a poignant minute's silence in memory of our fellow club man Séamus MacGéidigh. The senior game ended in a draw.

The lotto numbers drawn on Wednesday, July 6th, were 4 8 11 14 16 19. We had no match six winners so jackpot rises to €3,000. We had 20 match four winners.

Congratulations to Patrick Gallagher who wins €100.

The June 100 Club winners were €500 - Catherine McClafferty, €100- each to Mary Coll and Mary Sharkey, Cormac McGarvey, Phonsie McBride, Karen and Sally, David Geaney.

D’fhreastal 50 páiste ar an gcampa. Bhí sult agus spraoi iontach acu i rith na seachtaine.

Ár mbuíochas dó Eibhlin a d’eagraigh an champa. Buíochas do Joanne,Adrian, Caolán, Neil agus Paddy a chuid cuidiú mhór do na paistí.

Dó Kevin Coyle agus Joe McGarvey a chuidigh leis an trácht. Do Jason McGee agus Michael Mulhern a bhronn t-léine ar na stocaigh agus girseachaí.

Do P.C.C. agus Stephen Doohan a thug an halla spóirt duínn. Tá súil againn gurbh bhain na paístí uilig sult as!

Beidh an campa bliantúil Cúl ar siúl ó 18ú – 22ú Iúil. Glaoigh ar Declan 086-1009467

Comhbhrón ó chroí le clann Séamus Mhic Géidigh. Bhí Shéamuis ina bhall gníomhach do Clg Chloich Cheann Fhaola agus bhí sé ina cuidiú mór duinn í gconaí.

Beidh sé ina caill mór do an gClub agus do an Pobail í gCloich Cheann Fhaola. Bhí sé ina chara do gach duine a bhuail sé leis. Codladh sámh Séamus. Suaimhneas síoraí dá anam uasal.

In conjunction with all the clubs and fellow Gaels throughout the county, we at CLG Cloich Cheann Fhaola would like extend our condolences to Dolores, Poilín, Eadaoin and Donal, extended family and work colleagues on the passing of our clubman Séamus McGeídigh. Ar a dheis de go raibh a anam dilis.

Ba mhaith le CLG Cloich CheannFhaola comhbhròn a deanamh fosta le teaghlach O'Cannain agus Ò Dubhchoin ar bàs Maíre Uí Chainainn agus are teaghlach O’Leary ar bás Maíre O’Leary. R.I.P.

On behalf of all at the club we would like to wish Jason McGee, Michael Mulhern and the rest of the county minor panel and management all the best in the Ulster minor final in Clones on Sunday.

The U-14 girls were unfortunate to be beaten by Killybegs in the county final last week in Glenfin. Big thanks to everyone who helped out with the team in anyway this year, and to Helena's Beauty Secrets who sponsored new water bottles for the girls. Go raibh maith agaibh.

LETTERKENNY GAELS

The reserves were defeated at the weekend by Downings. A minute's silence was observed before this game in memory of former reserve player and club member James Hegarty who sadly passed away last week. He will be greatly missed and our sympathies go to his wife and family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Congratulations to Caoimhe Doherty, Eimear Quinn, Anna McHugh, Ornaith Ui Fhearghail representing Gaels Camogie in Donegal U16 blitz in Cavan. Donegal finished in second place on this first blitz day with the second to follow on 24th July.

Gaels U12 camogie girls have been selected to take part in Caman to Croker on 8th August.

The senior ladies made the short trip to Ballybofey on Sunday to take on Mac Cumhaills in the Division Three Northwest League. The girls were defeated but are gaining experience as every week passes.

Letterkenny Gaels will hold two remaining weeks of fun at Pairc na nGael, Letterkenny this summer with children getting the chance to play football and camogie.

From 25th to 29th of July, we will be hosting the Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp which provides fun for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 13 . And we will be hosting one from 25th - 29th of July.

To book please log on to www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

To finish the summer holidays off our Camogie Camp is scheduled to run from 10th to 12th of August at Pairc na nGael. The camp will be open to girls from 6 - 14 years and will run from 10am - 2.30pm daily.

Bingo continues every Monday in Arena 7. The Jackpot this week is €2200. Doors from 8pm. Eyes down 9pm. All welcome.

ST MICHAELS

Both teams were at home to Naomh Conaill at the Bridge on Sunday last. The seniors were defeated and the reserves drew.

Runegal the Hornhead Challenge will be held in Dunfanaghy on Friday evening, 15th July at 7pm.

Registrations are from 6pm in the St. Michael's Clubhouse at the Bridge, cost is €7 for adults and €5 for children. There are 10k and 5k options available.

Further information on Runegal Donegal visit St. Michael's facebook page. Changing and shower facilities available and more information contact Suzi on0872849214.

Good luck to Martin McElhinney, Christy Toye, Colm McFadden and Mark Anthony McGinley and the rest of the Donegal team and management who play Tyrone in Clones on Sunday.

Good luck to the minors players Ciaran McGinley and Odhrán McFadden against Derry in the minor final.

There was no jackpot winner in the Mini Lotto on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 2,4,6,8,12,18. Seven people matched five numbers and their names were drawn. The winner of the €100 was Cathy Lynch c/o Arnolds Hotel This weeks Jackpot be €2100.

Cul Camps are now available for booking online. St. Michaels is on from July 25th to 29th at the Bridge.

KILLYBEGS

Last week's Kilotto numbers were 11,18,19,26. There was no jackpot winner. Next week’s jackpot is €7,200. There were two match 3 winners, Anne Smith, Killybegs and Jacqueline Watts, Benroe.

The club wish Michael Statham a speedy recovery after an injury he received while playing for the U16s on Friday.

Best wishes to Hugh, Eoghan Ban and the entire county team in the Ulster final on Sunday in Clones.

ST MARY’S (Convoy)

The lotto counties draw on July 5th were KE, LD, G, MN. Two people matched 3 counties, Ciaran Gallagher Raphoe, Eileen O'Donnell, Convoy. Jackpot next week is €4,550.

The U-12 girls are hosting a Blitz on Saturday. The club, in conjunction with Foroige and the North West Regional Drug and Alcohol Task Force, will be hosting a thee day Summer Camp for 14 and 15 year old boys and girls focusing on Alcohol and Drug Education.

The programme will take place in St.Mary’s Clubhouse on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the 12th, 13th and 14th of July from 11am to 3pm. This programme is open to every young person ages 14 or 15 and they do not need to be involved in GAA or be from the Convoy area to attend.

The club will be having a Guess the Score fundraiser for the upcoming Ulster final. It will be €1 a guess with 20 lines on a sheet. €100 prize for correct/nearest score. One sheet per family in the club will be distributed early in the week. We appreciate your continued support.

Please return all sheets and money by Friday.

URRIS

The Cul Camp is over and 198 children attended what was the club's biggest and best ever. The club want to thank all the boys girls who attended and coaches John Gibbons. David, Cathy and Gerdaline (Moville), Tiernan, Barry, Conor and Cathal (Carn), Maria, Danny (Malin), Sean, Susan and Marie from Urris. Thanks to Donegal players Martin O'Reilly and Caolan McGonagle who attended last Friday.

Match "N" win for Thursday July 7th, numbers drawn: 4, 7, 21, 22. The jackpot was not won. The €15 winners were Rose and Mary, Culdaff, Cormac Skinnader, Carndonagh, John Kearney (D), Leenan Keil, Lexi Doherty, Tirmaine, Michael Doherty, Isle of Doagh.

The jackpot next week is €1,500.

The club are hosting a Night of the Races in Mac Tams on Saturday, August 13th. Horses now on sale at €10 from all players and committee members.

The annual Big Breakfast takes place in St Mary's Hall, Clonmany on Saturday, August 6th from 9 am to 1 pm. Breakfast €6.

ROBERT EMMETTS

There was no jackpot winner of the club lotto at the weekend. The numbers drawn were 7-12-17-20. Two people matched three numbers to share the €100 prize. Next week's jackpot is € 5,750.

The club wish to express sympathy on the death of Rileen Gamble, Gramsland, Castlefinn and on the sudden death of Bob Sproule, Raws, Castlefinn.

Lotto winning numbers for 05/07/2016 are 6-8-2-3-7-1-4-5. William McGlynn and Johnny McGinty matched 3 numbers and get €30 each.

Well done to our senior ladies who beat Convoy on Monday night in the Noreen Bonner Tournament. Their next fixture was on Monday in Ardara in the senior championship with the home leg on Saturday, July 16th. Our Minor ladies started their championship off on Tuesday with a home game v Lifford.

GLEANN FHINNE

CLG Gleann Fhinne would like to wish the best of luck to Stephen Carr and Frank McGlynn who are on the Donegal minor and senior panels next Sunday for the Ulster finals.

There was no reserve or third team game last weekend but our senior team battled hard to get to much needed points in the league against Killybegs.

Any club member or manager wanting to put information into the Club notes can do so by sending it to seamusward61@gmail.com or texting 0872052481.

MALIN

The seniors drew away in Cloughaneely at the weekend. The reserve team overcame Urris in the quarter-finals of the Philadelphia Cup last Monday.

The Annual Cul Camp is taking place all week from 11th-15th July from 10 am – 2.30 pm in Connolly Park. Any questions regarding the camp please contact Maria McLaughlin(F) on 087 7763679.

The club are holding a Night at the Races on Saturday upstairs in the clubhouse.

There will be a Sliabh Sneacht sponsored climb on Saturday, July 23rd in aid of our minor board. Buses will leave the clubhouse at 10 am with the climb starting at 11 am. Sponsorship cards will be available through all underage teams in the coming week.

This is the first year for a ladies minor side. The under 12 girls lost the first leg of their semi-final at home against Urris and now play them away where a loss will see their season end but a win could see them advance to the Inishowen final. The girls under 10s finals day is on the Saturday morning of July 23rd with the girl’s under 8’s finals day on Friday evening, July 22nd. The under 12 boys have made it through to the Gerry O’Neill (15-a-side) finals with a victory last Sunday over.

The B team are also through to the B final after beating Moville last Tuesday. The club hosted a very successful Stonecliff Developments Under 10 Go Games Finals last Saturday with both our under 10 teams unlucky to be beaten in their finals.

BUNCRANA

Well done to our senior teams this weekend with wins for our footballers and hurlers. The senior footballers defeated Aodh Ruadh in the Scarvey. The reserves also squeezed a win a over Aodh Ruadh.

Our senior hurlers saw the hard work of many years pay off with a championship win over Aodh Ruadh on Sunday.

Buncrana made another step forward in our short Senior Hurling history, when they pulled off a shock win over Ballyshannon in the first round of the senior championship.

This young side started strong and won most of the early physical battles and showed the Aodh Ruadh boys that The Scarvey boys were up for this.

A strong showing in defence from Donal Og MacLochlainn, Aedan Stokes and Daniel Wilson kept things tight at the back. Jack O’Louglin was outstanding; .Conor Grant, only back after breaking his collarbone, hit two great points from play and gave his usual industrious game.

County players Paul Nelson and Sam Doherty were relentless and caused Ballyshannon no end of trouble.

This game was won by heart and desire, typified by the performances of the minor players in the panel, James Doherty, Kevin Vaughan and Daniel Deery.

Tom Clare was unerring in his free taking registering ten points. The team was David Guilfoyle; Kevin Vaughan; Donal Og MacLochlainn, James Doherty; Aidan Stokes, Jack O’Loughlin(0-1), Daniel Wilson; Paul Nelson, Stephen Dean McFadden; Ronan Walsh,Sam Doherty(0-1), Stephen Nelson; Daniel Deery, Tom Clare(0-10), Conor Grant(0-2).

SEAN MACCUMHAILL’S

Best of luck to Marty O’Reilly, Carl Dunnion, Rory Gallagher and all involved on both Donegal panels and management for the minor and senior Ulster finals.

The Under-12 boys were crowned county champions after coming out victorious against Termon in a brilliant game of football.

We’d like to wish senior hurler Justin McGhee all the best as he begins his recovery after an operation on his cruciate. Justin will be a big loss on the field for the year for both club and county and we look forward to having him back playing again in the not so distant future.

Congratulations to club member and handballer Avril Mc Namee on her recent success in her first Irish Wall Ball Nationals.

Anyone who ordered tickets from the club for the Ulster Final, can they please collect and pay for them on Thursday night at 9 pm in the clubhouse.

Well done to the senior ladies who had a great result at home versus Letterkenny Gaels.

The seniors and reserves were scheduled to play Naomh Muire on Sunday evening but Naomh Muire did not field.

The senior hurlers were scheduled to play St. Eunan’s in the opening Championship game on Sunday evening but St. Eunan’s did not field.

There was no winner of this week's Lotto. The numbers drawn were 7, 15, 18 and 19. There were two match three winners: Eimear Mc Gettigan, Buncrana and Louise Callaghan, Corefrin who both receive €75 each. This week’s jackpot is still a massive €10,000. The winners of the draw for the two Ulster Final Tickets were Oisin Mullen and Evan Mc Devitt. The winner of the €25 bar tab was Coleman McGhee.

AN CLOCHAN LIATH

B'iad 3, 6, 15 agus 17 a huimhireacha a lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €3200 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo.

Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann: Mairead Regan - Crolly, Mamie Gillespie -Mullaghduff, Martin Oglesby - Burtonport, Angela Quinn - Portnoo agus Michael O Donnell.

The club 200 winners are as follows :€1000 - Michelle Ward - County Lane, €500 - Moya Greene - Gweedore Rd, €300 - Adam - Lower Keadue, €100 - Paula Sweeney - Parkhead, Chapel Rd, €100 - Brid O' Donnell - Kerrytown

From all at the club we would like to take this opportunity to wish the Donegal minors and seniors the very best of luck on Sunday’s Ulster final. We especially wish Mark Curran and Ryan Connors all the best in the minor final.

The seniors and reserves played away to Ardara on Sunday afternoon. The reserves lost out and the seniors drew.

The minors played away to Realt Na Mara on Wednesday last. The team played very well in terrible conditions, winning on a fantastic scoreline of 8-14 to 1-05.

The U16s had a fantastic win over Kilcar last Friday evening, with a superb score of 7-12 to 1-7.

The U12s played in the County semi final on Saturday in MacCumhaill Park. This team have been exceptional all year but just fell short against MacCumhaills. Well done to all involved.

Congratulations to our U14 hurling county champions, they defeated Aodh Ruadh in the final last week.

AODH RUADH

Aodh Ruadh's winning run stretching right back to the start of the season came to an end at Scarvey on Saturday evening against Buncrana.

The reserves had a real game to forget as they were on the receiving end of a heavy defeat to Buncrana.

We wish the very best of luck to Peter Boyle and his senior county colleagues and to our representatives on the minor squad, Nathan Boyle and Shane McGrath, plus Mick McGrath in the backroom team as they bid to bring Ulster honours back to the county on Sunday.

The under 16s were in league action against Naomh Conaill on Monday evening, but came up second best.

The under 14 boys were away on championship duty on Wednesday evening playing St Naul’s down in Mountcharles. The under 12s had a great day at the county finals on Saturday and have another exciting weekend coming up when they face Dungloe this Saturday in the Divisional final.

Bord na nOg would like to thank all the players who took part in the Euro Shot Challenge on Sunday. We would also like to say thank you to parents and all who supported this fundraising event. The under 8 top scorer was Jayden McGrath-Clyne. The under 10 top scorer was Finn Coady. The under 12 top scorer was JJ Doran. The under 14 top scorer was Daire Warren. The under 16 top scorer was Evan McTernan. The under 18 top scorer was Conal Sweeney. The overall top scorer was Jayden McGrath-Clyne and the overall winning team on a score of 292 points was the under 10 team. Aisling Gallagher was the winner of the two Ulster Final tickets.

Realt Ruadh ladies came out just on the wrong side of their championship clash with Gaoth Dobhair.

The under 12 girls finals day will take place this Saturday at St Eunan's, Letterkenny. Games start at 1pm.

There was first round Senior Hurling Championship first round action on Sunday afternoon in Scarvey. A complacent Aodh Ruadh outfit were to rue an awful first half performance which saw them going in trailing the hosts 0-9 to 0-2 at half-time. The Ernesiders upped it somewhat to win the second half, but the damage had been done by a young Buncrana outfit which made every scoring opportunity count. The final scoreline was 0-14 to 0-8 and leaves Aodh Ruadh needing a win this Saturday when they entertain Setanta in Father Tierney Park at 7.30pm. With this being a rare home game for the seniors we'd appreciate a big Ballyshannon support in the Park.

The minors were back in action last Thursday against Setanta in the Championship semi-final. The game was played in the Cross and the home team were well up for this game. We were slow getting into the game and took wrong options on most occasions. Scores were hard to come by for both teams. Aodh Ruadh were reduced to 14 men midway through the first half. At the end of a scrappy first half the score was 1-4 to 1-3 in favour of the home team. We were never able to get to grips with the pace of this game and the intensity of the Setanta lads. Scores were traded throughout the second half and we equalised with a couple of minutes to go to leave the final score Setanta 1-10 Aodh Ruadh 1-10. The replay takes place this Thursday at home, throw-in 7pm, it's hoped that the lads will show a big improvement if not their season will be coming to an end.

The under 12s continued their rich vein of form with a comprehensive win over a young MacCumhaill's team at home on Thursday. On Sunday morning they made the long trip to Dungannon to take part in a blitz.

They were up against Swatragh from Derry in the opening game and lost narrowly. In the second game they were up against the home team, Eoghan Ruadh.

Although well beaten, the lads learned a lot from this game. Many thanks to the parents who drove the lads to the blitz.

Congratulations and well done to under 12 hurler Ryan Keenaghan who represented Creevy NS at the INTO exhibition game at half-time in the Ulster Hurling Final between Antrim and Armagh in Owenbeg on Sunday. Ryan was on the winning Antrim team and acquitted himself very well.

The Peter O'Keefe under 16 Ulster / Connacht Inter-County Tournament takes place this Saturday. Tyrone, Louth, Sligo, Roscommon, Mayo and Donegal have committed to taking part on the day,

There was no winner of last week's Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €5,300. The winning numbers drawn were 3, 5, 12, 15, 16 and 17. In the lucky dip €20 went to Mary Duggan, Cornhill; Rebecca Patton, Dunmuckrim; Olivia Magee, Assaroe View; Teresa Herron, Bishop Street; and Pearse O'Neill, The Bridgend. Next draw is on Monday in Dorrian's Hotel with a Jackpot of €5,400.

NAOMH BRID

Naomh Brid celebrate their 40th birthday this year and plan a weekend, of re-unions and nostalgia. On Friday, July 29th in the Salmon Inn at 9.30pm the county junior champions of 2006 get together. On Saturday 30th July in the Country Inn, at 8.30pm the 1976 team and first club committee have a presentation function.

On Sunday, 31st July in Seven Arches at 8.30pm the 1986 junior champions will come together and reminise glory days, all welcome.

On Saturday, July 30th there is a mass for deceased members and supporters in St Bridgets at 7.30pm.

There was no overall winner of this week’s Lotto draw which was held in Dew Drop Inn, Laghey. The Jackpot now stands at £2200. The numbers drawn were 8, 10, 15, 16, and 24. The £25 winners were Mary Ward, Fr James Sweeney, Kay Gallagher, Claire Anderson. The next draw on 18th July is in Bay Bush Bar, Ballintra.

NA ROSSA

Another excellent win last weekend lifts the senior team up to second in the table.

The under 12s play Naomh Columba in a play off to see who contests the Division Two Southern League against Naomh Ultan.

The club would like to thank Aidan and Ann Marie Bonner TGC on sponsoring energy drinks for the seniors on match days. The club committee.

REALT NA MARA

All club members who ordered tickets via the club will be able to collect them this week .Please see the club's FB page for details.

Huge thank you to Brendan Gallagher and all at StovePro who recently sponsored a new set of jerseys for the Realt na Mara U16 team.

This year’s Cul Camp will take place on July 18th-July 22nd in Gaelic Park with Noel Carr once again as co-ordinator . Registration forms are now available from News & Views, The Tourist Office and Noel. You can also register online atkelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie

RED HUGHS

U16 Girls: Gaelic training is on every Monday and Friday from 7.30 - 8.30pm. Training is €2 per week. Can everyone please make it out to training as the first game should be taking place on the first week of August. Spread the word

Minor Boys: Red Hughs, 5-15 Milford, 2-17. The minors played away to Milford in the first round of the championship on Friday night. In a high tempo high scoring game, Red Hughs shocked the much fancied Milford side with a well deserved victory. It was an excellent team performance, and hard to single out any one individual performance, but Odhran Doherty would have to get a special mention with a personal tally of 1-11, with 1-8 of that coming from play.

Ryan Wright had an excellent game in nets with a number of game changing saves and his kick outs were a major factor in the win. Ryan Gallen, Josh Cronolly and Jason Callaghan were solid in the full back line, while Darragh Gallagher, Tomas Doherty and James Gallagher dominating the half back midfield area with the help of Mild fielders Odhran Doherty and a massive work rate from Jason Woods. Ryan Dullaghan (2-1), David Gallen (0-2) and Aidan Gallen combined well in the half forward line and continually posed a threat. Stephen Carlin and Tim Callaghan (2-0) injected real pace into the full forward line and picked up all the breaks from the excellent hard working full forward Cormac McMenamin (0-1)

Red Hugh's 5K run and walk is on Friday, July 22nd at 7.30pm. Registration - Adults €7, Children €3 & Families €20. This is a not the back of the wall route but the "faster Glen route".

The club Cul Camps will run from August 2nd to 6th. Application forms are available from Maura McCrudden and can be picked up on Saturday mornings. You can also register on the first day of camp.

ST NAUL’S

The minor ladies had a great start to the season in Ballyshannon. Well done to the senior ladies winning the first leg of the Championship against Naomh Conaill in Glenties on Sunday morning.

The Club will host the camp in Mountcharles on August 8th - 14th, 10 am to 2.30pm. Booking online www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.

The SLOTTO draw on 17th June numbers drawn were 1, 6, 7,5 ,3, 2, 4. The jackpot was not won. The €80 consolation prizewent to Brian Byrne, Mountcharles. The numbers drawn on 4th June were 7,5,4 ,1,6,3, 2. The jackpot was not won and the €80 consolation prize went to D. Barry, Ardaghey.

NAOMH CONAILL

There was no winner of this week's lotto. The numbers drawn were 1-2-14-19 and the €50 went to Donna Kenny, Letterbarrow and Margo Gallagher, The Rock. Next week’s Jackpot will be €7,300.

Naomh Conaill will be hosting a long summer camp through July and August. The camp is on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9.30am-2.30pm. Camp will cost €5 on morning of each attendance. Family deals will be available. Camp age is 5-14 years.

Gaa Kellogg’s Cul Camp Naomh Conaill starts Monday, 18th July running to Friday 22nd.. Contact Connie for more info on 0861519835.

ST EUNAN’S

Best of luck to Niall O’Donnell, Aaron Deeney and Noel Keaveny in Sunday’s Ulster Minor final and to Rory Kavanagh, Éamonn Doherty and Caolan Ward in Sunday’s senior final.

The minor hurling championship final against Buncrana has been set for this Thursday evening in Burt. The U16 boys footballers recorded another good win on Monday beating Milford.

The U14 Division One football team wait on the winners of Termon and Malin in the Northern Board championship final. The lads qualified after a great win over Gaoth Dobhair in a very competitive semi-final.

The U14 girls had a play-off game with Downings on Monday night and turned in a great performance to win by three points.

We have almost 100 bookings for our Cúl Camps Football Camp on July 25th – 29th. Registration is available online at kelloggsculcamps.ie. The hurling and camogie camp is on between August 8thand 12th and is also available to book online.

This week’s winning lotto numbers are: 4-9-12-17. Six winners matched three numbers and win €20 each. They were Sinead Flanagan, Glenoughty Close (DD member); John McFadden, Beechwood Road; Ronnie Flanagan, Church Hill, Clones; Franco Carr, Elms, Glencar; Colin Boyle, Kilcar and Donal Kelly, Dooballagh (all Adrian Shields).

We extend our sympathies to the family of Charlie Kerr, Glencar who is an uncle of Vincent McGlynn.

Glenswilly

The tickets for the Ulster final will be ready for collection on Friday night at 9.30pm after the Division One game against Dungloe. Please collect your ticket between 9.30-10.00pm. If you are unable to collect please arrange for someone else to collect them for you.

Please note anyone that has ordered tickets from the club are responsible for the tickets they have ordered. If however, you cannot attend the final and have tickets available the club will help you get them sold again.

A blitz takes place on Saturday at 11am in Glenswilly followed by the senior ladies who play Killybegs in the Championship at home on Saturday evening.

The club would like to wish Neil and Michael the very best of luck in

this Sunday's final. The club would like to thank all the boys and girls that attended this year's Cul camp last week. A special thanks to Donnie McCole the Cul Camps head coach this year , Siobhan, Oisin, Tom and all coaches for their excellent work all week.