This week news and notes from clubs right around Donegal and abroad.
Ard an Ratha
There was no winner of our weekly flotto, the numbers drawn were: 8, 10, 22 and 30. The nearest were Joe Ryan and Brid McHugh. Next week’s jackpot stands at €4,300.
The Junior B side got their league campaign off to a loss against Naomh Conaill at the weekend. They take on Glenfin away from home this coming Saturday.
The winners of the Minor Board ‘Guess the Score’ for the Donegal/Monaghan match on Sunday were Ben Mc Keown (€75) and Miriam Spence (€75), who were the closest to the actual score. Nobody guessed the correct score of the match. Thanks to everyone who supported it.
The U15s went out of the Gaeltacht in Glenties on Tuesday evening last in a high scoring affair. Naomh Conaill 4-9 Ardara 0-19.
The minors were well beat in the County League semi-final against a strong Gweedore team. Final score was Gweedore 3-17 Ardara 0-4 .
Donegal GAA will host a meet and greet our county players on Saturday 10th May at 11.30am in MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey. From 11.30am until 12 noon watch an open training session with our Senior Footballers as they prepare to recapture the Anglo Celt Cup. From 12 noon on patrons will be able to meet and chat to our players get autographs and photographs. Be in with a chance to win a Donegal Jersey.
Names are now being taken for members looking for a ticket to the Derry vs Donegal Championship Game on May 25th. Please contact Club Secretary Mary Kelly on 087 6878614.
St Mary’s (Convoy)
The club are running a Sterling Bingo This Tuesday 6th May at 8.30 pm. The Lotto result counties drawn were CN, MH, TY, WD. Fourteen people matched 2, the five drawn were Hugo O’Kane, Movita McLean Convoy, Vivian Deery, c/o Bingo, Evelyn Rose c/o B McElhinney, James McColgan, c/o pitch. Jackpot next week is €3150.
The U 12 girls had their 1st Blitz of the season away to Glenswilly.They played very well and won all their games .Their next Blitz is away to St Eunan’s this Wednesday. Check FB for bus times. Well Done to the U-16 boys on their win away to Glenfin on Friday evening last.
Ticket orders are now being taken for Donegal versus Derry match. Contact Julia on 0862611290.
The annual big breakfast took place Sunday May 4th and although it rained continuously it didn’t dampen spirits with it been yet another fantastic day for our club and community. The club would like to thank all those who made it a success and above all those who supported it on the day and bought tickets, supplied food.
The club’s annual golf classic will take place on Saturday 24th May, in Greencastle Golf Club. Entry for members is €60 per team of four and €120 for visitors. There are over €2,000 worth of prizes this year including golf bags, golf clubs, shoes and clothing. There is nearest the pin, longest drive and a prize for the top ladies team. A timesheet is in operation and you can book by phoning Greencastle GC on (074) 93 81013
There was no jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 2, 10, 17, 19. The €50 runner-up prize goes to Ryan McDermott. Next week’s jackpot will be €3,500.
Saturday evening saw the first game take place at the Carrick Fields after been extensively done up. The pitch continues to take great shape a lot of effort and hard work and time has brought it to where it is now.
It has been a fantastic week on the pitch for the club. The week saw Northern Board Divsion 2 league quarter final and semi final wins for the U14s against Convoy and Malin respectively. The U16s had an opening league win against St. Eunans B. On Saturday the reserves and seniors defeated Buncrana.
The reserves had a home win against Buncrana. They had a 0-6 to 0-3 lead at half time, and extended this in the second half to win on a 2-13 to 0-7 scoreline. The team was Gary McDaid, Shane Ferry, Cathal Curran, Ryan Cole, Michael Friel, Padraid Carberry, Oisin Hassett, John Fullerton, Michael Lynch, Stephen Davenport, Ciaran Callaghan, Ryan Dowds, David O’Brien, Kelvin Callaghan, Adrian Marsh. Subs Gavin McDaid, Dylan McLaughlin, Ronan McKinley. The next match is away at Aodh Ruadh on Monday 5th.
The U16s lead 2-11 to 1-2 at half time, and ended up winning on a 3-16 to 2-5 scoreline. Naomh Colmcille team: Caolan McAuley, Jason Fitzpatrick, Jordan McDaid, Conor Doherty, Kevin Gallagher, Ian Fitzpatrick, Oran Downey, Brett McGinty, Michael Devine, David McNamee, PJ McBrearty, David Whoriskey, Jack Hazlett, Stephen Gallagher, Conor Lynch. Subs Keenan Diver, Mark McDaid, James Duffy, Peter Scott, Josh McConologue, Hugh O’Donnell, Jordan Gallagher, Mark Friel, Sean Bond, Sean Mitchell, Jas
The U14s lead from start to finish in the quarter final tie against Convoy at Pairc Colmcille on Monday evening. The hosts got a goal in the 7th minute to open the scoring and added a couple of points before Convoy got their first score from a free in the 14th minute. Naomh Colmcille added two more points to go six points up before the visitors got a goal from the penalty spot in the 24th minute. Two additional points followed for each team before the short whistle to leave the half time score 1-6 to 1-3 in favour of Naomh Colmcille.
Naomh Colmcille got their third goal in the 27th minute, and added two further points before the full time whistle. Final score Naomh Colmcille 3-14 1-5 Convoy.
Naomh Colmcille: Jamie Rodgers, Daniel Mugan, Jason Fitzpatrick, Mark Friel, Oran Downey, Brendan Barr, Sean Marsh, Ryan O’Donnell, Mark McDaid, Ronan McKinley, PJ McBrearty, CJ Gibson, Jordan Gallagher, Keenan Diver, Caoimhin Marsh. Subs Ryan Higgins, Oran Devine, Shane Monaghan.
The U14s had an exciting victory in a very tight game at Malin on Wednesday evening in the semi-final.Final score Malin 3-4 2-9 Naomh Colmcille.
Naomh Colmcille: Jamie Rodgers, Daniel Mugan, Jason Fitzpatrick, Mark Friel, Oran Downey, Brendan Barr, Sean Marsh, Ryan O’Donnell, Mark McDaid, Ronan McKinley, PJ McBrearty, CJ Gibson, Jordan Gallagher, Keenan Diver, Caoimhin Marsh. Subs Ryan Higgins, Shane Monaghan.
This week’s lotto numbers are 1, 2, 5, 10, 13 and the most correct winners (matching three numbers) are Seamus McLaughlin, Rose Dowds and Andrew Crossan who win €25 each. Next week’s jackpot €5,250.
The senior footballers suffered a narrow defeat at home to St Eunans on Saturday evening in Connolly Park, going down 0-12 to 2-10. The reserve game versus St Eunans was called off at short notice. The senior ladies panel will be hoping to follow up on their impressive win over Lifford 2-11 to 2-5. The team was Marian Collins, Jennifer McLaughlin, Angela O Donnell, Marion O Donnell, Natalie O Meara, Maureen Collins, Grainne Byrne (Captain), Linda Mc Colgan, Debbie Mc Laughlin, Chelsea Stevens, Emer Lafferty, Amy McClean, Una McLaughlin, Frances McDonald and Christina Mc Laughlin. Subs Rachel Kelly, Eimear McColgan, Roseena McLaughlin and Shauna Mc Laughlin.
The Under 16 boys defeated Burt in the latest round of games in the Darren Downey and Gary McLaughlin Memorial Cup on a 1-13 to 2-5 scoreline.
The 14s suffered a heart breaking defeat last week, going down by the bare minimum to Naomh Colmcille in the Northern Board semi final.
Well done to the Under 14 girls who played Carndonagh last week, the final score was not a true reflection of the effort put in by each and every girl. The team was Seanain Mc Laughlin, Laura Mc Geoghegan, Tara Kelly, Katie Farren, Emily O Brien, Alana McDaid, Rachel Harkin, Siobhan Farren, Breda Doherty, Stephanie Doherty, Ciara McLaughlin, Diane McGilloway, Ellen Keys, Ailbhe Mc Laughlin, Rachel Doran, Claudia McLaughlin and Jasmine.
Congratulations to Pat Coffey, Malin Head who matched the correct sequence in our lotto draw and scooped the €600 jackpot. The sequence drawn was 6-5- 3-2-1-4-7.
The winner of the 20 euro sellers prize was Ryan Coffey, Malin Head. Next weeks jackpot is €500 and as always we would like to thank the local community for their continued support of our weekly lotto draw.Items for the notes should be forwarded to Martin on 0861585880 or Christina on 0861980399 or alternatively send an email to the club email address firstname.lastname@example.org at no later than 9 o clock on the Sunday evening.
Tir Chonaill Gaels
The junior team competed in the first final of the year last Sunday when they played Moindearg in the McArdle Cup, at a sunny Ruislip. Final score TCG 1-5, Moindearg 0-10.
Although they started without a number of regulars on the day, the youngsters showed great will and determination against a more experienced and physical opposition.The Gaels had a small panel on the day but the club could not have asked for more from the lads who gave their all and never give up the battle right up to the final whistle.
This Saturday 10th May the club will hold our annual presentation night in the clubhouse.
On the night medals will be presented out to the successful teams of 2013 along with player of the year award for men’s and ladies teams.
Well done to the ladies board on holding a very successful fundraising Quiz last Friday night at the club house. Fiona Campbell and her team consisting of Colm Campbell, Quiz master Stocker and bar staff, Maurice, Shaun and Aidan kept the punters entertained throughout the night.
The annual Peter McGlynn Memorial Tournament took place at Greenford last Bank Holiday Monday 5th May in glorious sunshine. The club was delighted to catch up with Peter’s parents Michael and Margaret who traveled over from Ireland to attend.
At this years ABC tournament at Greenford in July, the Gaels of Britain will again be attempting to break the World record at having the most amount of people on a pitch playing a game of football. More details to follow on the event nearer to the time.
Lotto results for May 1 st for jackpot of €1,850. The numbers drawn were 4-5-12-22 No jackpot winners. The €25 lucky dip winner were Conor Cunningham, c/o TCG, Tony Dalton, c/o Conningham Arms, J Cummins, c/o T O’Connor, Wappa, c/o TCG.
This week’s jackpot will be €1,900 with the draw taking place in the clubhouse on Thursday 8th May,
Match “N” Win May 1st there was no jackpot winner-numbers drawn: 3, 7, 14 and 24. The €15 winners were Rose McGonigle, Ballyliffin Hotel, Daniel McEleney, Mindoran, Jack and Ciara Canny, Collon, Carndonagh, Hannah Toland, Cleagh and Kathleen Comiskey, Urrismana. Jackpot next week €1,420.
Both senior and reserve teams played at home on Saturday evening to Burt. Senior match result was Iorras 2-11 Burt 0-11. The reserves lost to Burt 1-11 to 0-7. There was no joy for the minors in the Inishowen final against Burt who won 4-10 to 2-4. Any items of news for the club notes should be forwarded to Rose on 0877770639 or email email@example.com no later than 9pm on Sunday night.
The Lotto numbers for jackpot of €3000 were 3, 4, 2, 7, 6, 5, 1, 8. Charlie Dorrian matched the first six numbers and won €60.Next week’s Jackpot: €3050.
The reserves were unfortunately beaten on Saturday by four points by Bundoran. The seniors, despite four players receiving black cards, showed great heart and resolve to secure a deserved win; 3-13 to 1-10.
Tickets for the final of the Strictly Come Dancing on the 9th of May are €15 and can be purchased from any of the dancers or Kathleen McGlynn.
The ensior team had a great win over Naomh Ultan at the Glebe last Sunday. A late Conor Mc Brearty goal sealed the victory. The Reserves came from behind to claim a deserved draw. The club are having their annual 5K road race and fun run/walk on Sunday 18th May. The race is on a flat course which should bring good times.
The club are currently looking for girls aged 9-12 to join our U12 Gaelic football squad. Training on Wednesday evening from 6.30-7.30. Contact Jim Farrell on 086 0566893 for more details. Congratulations to Eimear Quinn on winning the recent Feile skills competition. She now goes on to represent Donegal at Ulster Feile 2014 later in the year.
In Camogie our 5th & 6th class girls were narrowly defeated by Burt in the league. Congratulations to Burt on winning the league on the night. The girls played their best match of the year and were competitive in all areas of the pitch. It was an outstanding display and shows great potential for the future of Camogie in the club.
The numbers in our club lotto have increased to 28. Any members of Friends of the Gaels wishing to change their weekly numbers should contact John McDermott or Sharon Harnet.
Club members wishing to avail of Club Donegal should contact Jim on 0862271435. Membership includes free admission to all Club League and Championship games in the county for 2014.
For regular club updates and photos see our club web page, www.letterkennygaels.donegal.gaa.ie , Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @LetterkennyGael
The senior men had contrasting results at the weekend on Saturday evening they had a great victory at home over table toppers Aodh Ruadh Ballyshannon.
On Bank Holiday Monday they had a game to forget. From the first whistle it was clear that Naomh Brid, were intent on getting their first win of their league campaign.
The reserves were got off to a bad start conceding a goal in the first minute and had an up hill battle against a very experienced Ballyshannon outfit. But the Red Hughs lads never gave up and were in fact eight points down at one stage in the second half. But the lads fought to the end and gave the Erne siders a battle right to the final whistle. The final scoreline was 4-8 to 2-10. And they followed that win up with victory over Naomh Brid on Monday.
The ladies are due to play their first game next Sunday away to Malin at 12 noon. The club wish a speedy recovery to Tina Mc Menamin who sustained an injury at training lately.
The U12 girls had their second blitz in McCool Park on Saturday. The U14 girls played Mc Cools on Wednesday evening. Final score Red Hughs 5-9, Mc Cools 7-4. The team was Zara Gibson, Caitlin Geary, Alannah Mc Menamin, Soarise Campbell, Nicola Callaghan, Cathy Callaghan, Allannah Sweeney, Daniella Jensen, Alanna O Donnell, Latisha Rowan, Eimear Gallagher, Aimee Callaghan, Aine Gallagher, Maddison White, Karen Gallen, Kassey Thrope, MaryRose Bradley, Erin Doherty,
The u-16 boys played their first game of the league at home to Mc Cools on Friday evening. The young lads put up an almighty fight against a very strong McCools team and in fact looked like they were going to win the game being four points up with ten minutes to go and level with only five minutes on the clock.
But the legs tired and Mc Cools took control in the final minutes to run out winners on the night. A big thank you to Mark Mc Menamin Construction who sponsored a new set of jerseys for the lads. The minors overcame a strong Na Rossa / Dungloe challenge in Glenfin last Wednesday evening to reach the Division two county final.
In a nervy first fifteen minutes the Reds were creating a lot of chances but were not taking full advantage of them. Johnny carlin, Stephen Mc Menamin and James Carlin put the cross lads three up before the challengers got their first score. The lads then got two more scores through Odharan Doherty and Ryan Bradley. The Na Rossa Dungloe lads then added another two points before the Reds broke on the counter attack with a long ball through to Justin Mc Bride who picked out Corey Gallagher in the box who took full advantage and finished off a great move to the back of the net.
The opposition cancelled out the goal with a well worked goal of their own within two minutes. The Reds then upped the tempo and slotted over three more points before halftime through Johnny Carlin, & James with another two points. The half time score was 1-8 to 1-3
The Na Rossa boys started strong in the second half and puled the game back to a two points. With the pressure building on the Reds Corey Gallagher got his second goal of the game at a really crucial stage to calm the nerves. Gavin Wright picked him out with a terrific pass and he converted calmly to the net once again. The goal was backed up with two more points one from Johnny and another from James to open the gap to seven once again. With only ten minutes left the Reds were in the driving seat. The men from the West scored their final point of the game and The Reds added two more one from Cathal Doherty and one from Johnny Carlin to run out winners on a score line of 2-12 to 1-7
This weeks lotto numbers drawn were 7,6,5,8,2,4,1,3. One winner matches 4 numbers. Paddy Kelly Dromore receives €50. Next weeks Jackpot is €3925. The 100+ club winner was Number 3 .Donal Callaghan Ballyarl receives €100.
Good luck to Maurice and Majella and Conor and Bronagh in the final of Strictly Come Dancing in the Villa Rose this Friday evening at 8pm. A return bus will leave Browne’s Bar at 7.30 first come first served.
The U12 and U14 girls are hosting a coffee morning/cake sale on Sunday 8th June in the Red Hughs clubhouse.If you can bake or if you know anyone who can bake and would like to help the girls out then please contact Maura McCrudden or Sabrina White. All help would be very much appreciated.
There was no winner of the Jackpot this week, and the numbers were, 2-6-11-30, with €50 each going to, Sharon Kilbane, Ardara, and Evelyn Boyle, Dungloe,
The jackpot this week is the tidy sum of €7,100, Congratulations to our young U15 team, who defeated St Michael’s, to win the county Gaeltacht title, at the Banks at the weekend. The game was played in very difficult conditions, with a strong breeze, and heavy rain throughout, but the lads adapted to the conditions, and won well in the end. A crucial save from a penalty by our keeper, Jordan O’Donnell, was the turning point, as a goal for St Michaels at that early stage could have changed the game. Jack Flannery, cooly stroked home a penalty for Naomh Comnaill, after captain, Manus Mc Dyre, was brought down, also in the first half.
The game ended on a sour note, with the referee handing out two red cards, [one for each team] and also booked numerous players over the hour.
The seniors were defeated by Glenswilly, in the semi final, after conceding two late goals, after being 5 points up at one stage in the second half.
A special word of thanks to the Naomh Mhuire Club, for their great hospitality over the weekend. They ran a great show, and it was a credit to the club, and the local community, in the Banks.
The SLOTTO numbers drawn were 7, 5, 4, 2, 1, 6, 3. There was no winner. Consolation prize to Willie Ward, Inver. The numbers draw on 3rd May, were 2, 5, 3, 7, 4, 1, 6. There was no winner. Consolation prize won by Denise Quigley, Frosses.
The seniors had a win over Killybegs on Saturday evening last.The pitch will be closing for maintenance work from Monday 12th to 30th May. All underage training will take place in Frosses. The minor board will be distributing ‘Guess the Score’ sheets for Donegal’s first championship game versus Derry.
Anyone who wishes to order tickets for the Donegal versus Derry Ulster championship game on Sunday 25th May can they please have their orders to Nicola 0863084164 or Patricia 0861239435 before 1pm on Thursday 15th May. Only one order will be sent from the club for this game so it is very important to have your order in on time. The prices for terrace are adult €15, senior citizen €10, u-16 €5 and stand adult €25, senior citizen €10 and u-16 €5.
There was no Jackpot winner in theMini Lotto on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 2,5,7,12,16,18. There were no match 5 winners but 35 people matched 4 and their names were drawn. The winner of the €100 was Willie Doherty, Umlagh, Carrigart.This weeks jackpot will be €5,700.
St Michaels GAA Gaelic training for Under 14 girls has now started every TUESDAY FROM 8-9 PM at the new astro turf pitch in Creeslough.
The Parish League got off to a great start last Sunday at the Bridge with over 100 children taking part. It was great to see so many new faces in the Tiny Tots section and new parents getting involved as well. The results were Under 15’s Roscad 2-3 Drimnaraw 3-8, Glassan 3-3 Creeslough 4-10. Under 12’s Murroe 6 Dunfanaghy 12, Ards 12 Faugher 16, Ballymore 1-7, Kildarragh 0-4.
The minors defeated Four Masters by three points in their minor League semi final on Monday evening last after the first match finished level after extra time. The under 15’s played Naomh Mhuire in Falcarragh on Saturday last and won with a good team performance.
They then played Glenties on Monday night last, in the county Gaeltacht fina, but were were well beaten.
The Lotto numbers were 8, 11, 12, 14, 19. B56. The €100 was won by Fiona and Hughie Shiels, Fanavolty; €50 -Margaretta Ní Chonaglaigh, Dumhach Bheag. Next week’s jackpot is €2,650. Why not buy a weekly lotto week and get in with a chance to win a ticket to the Derry v Donegal game.
Don’t forget to get your orders in for the Derry versus Donegal game. Only members need apply. All applications by text/email no later than May 10th. There are a number of places still remaining for the clubs monthly 100 Club Draw. Contact any committee member if you would like to enter the draw by end of the month.
The monthly club meeting will take place on Thursday night May 8th in Fanad Lodge at 8.30 p.m. All committee members asked to be present.
Time to book your child’s place on our GAA Cúl Camp which always proves a popular week of fun and games. For further info see www.kelloggsculcamp.gaa.ie. Beidh Lá Spoirt Gaeil Fhánada do na scoileanna uilig san pharoiste ar an 10ú Meitheamh i bPairc Uí Shiail i bPort an tSalainn. Má bhfuil duine ar bith agaibh ag éirigh cuidiú linn, cuir do ainm chuig Margaretta McConigley nó Bridie Ní Dhochartaigh. Gaeil Fhánada Schools Sports Day will be held on 10th June (weather permitting). Anyone wishing to help on the day please contact Margaretta or Bridie Doherty.
Names are now being taken for members looking for a ticket to the Derry versus Donegal Championship Game on May 25th. Please contact secretary Stephanie Kyles for details (0876307570). The club are holding a club gear night whereby all members can come down and order gear. It will take place next Monday, May 12th from 8pm until 8:30pm.
This year sees the club celebrate its 40th anniversary. Ground work is currently being put into an event during the summer months and a date will be released soon. For the celebration we will be gathering old photographs, articles and memorabilia from the years gone by. If anyone has any of these at home please email firstname.lastname@example.org, all photographs and articles will be photocopied and sent back immediately. This year’s Fun Run/Walk will take place on Saturday May 31st at 11:00am starting form the clubhouse. Registration at the clubhouse from 10:30am. Adults €10, Children €5 and Families €15.
The seniors had a busy schedule last weekend, things got underway with a league fixture away to St. Michaels on Friday evening. It was very much a game of two halves with the game ending in a draw.The boys were out again in the Gaeltacht senior semi final against Naomh Conaill on Sunday in Mullaghderg. A great victory for the boys set up a meeting with Kilcar in the final, A hard fought encounter on Monday afternoon but Kilcar came out on top with a couple of late scores.The Thirds continued their excellent league form with victory away to Mac Cumhaills last Saturday evening, Thats three wins in a row and the boys have a well earned rest this coming weekend. The under14s defeated Cloughaneely in the league semi final last Tuesday evening and now face Downings in the final on Wednesday 7th May in Milford with a throw in at 7pm.
The next monthly meeting will be held in the Clubhouse on Monday May 26th. Our Ladies team have their first outing in the league with a home fixture against near neighbours Termon on Sunday morning. The Club Treasurer has asked that any underage managers who have collected money from players to please forward to him as soon as possible. Anyone interested in tickets for the Derry versus Donegal game are asked to e mail Sharon at McGintysharon@eircom.ne. The County squad will be in Ballybofey next Saturday morning from 11.30 for a meet and greet session. This is a great opportunity for our young people to meet and get photos with the county stars.
There was no jackpot winner this week. The lucky dip winners were Philomena Caldwell, Main Street and Nora Mullen, Castle Street. Both receive €50 each. The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 14 & 21. Next weeks jackpot stands at €2000.Ticket orders are now being taken for the Derry game in Celtic Park 25th May. All adult members are entitled to apply for a ticket. For further information please contact Paul Timoney 0872791305. Best wishes to all our boys and girls who are preparing and have made their Holy Communion recently. Congratulations to senior ladies on their league win over Naomh Conaill on Sunday last. To keep in touch with what is happening within the Club you can follow things via Facebook, Twitter, the Club App and www.fourmastersgaa.com
The last week has been a very good one for the club. The senior footballers got their league campaign going with very impressive wins away to Downings and Glenfin. Lets hope this is the start of a long successful run for the lads. The highlight of the week was the Northern Board Under 14 league semi final. The lads played their hearts out to overcome St Eunan’s.
Best of luck to Bernie and Rory who represent the club in the Strictly Grand Final this Friday night in the Villa Rose. Doors open at 7 pm.
The 14’s made the short trip to O Donnell Park to take on St Eunans in this league semi final. St Eunans shaded the score at half time by 3-6 to 2-6, the Mac Cumhaills goals coming from Anthony Bruton and Chad McSorley.
Mac Cumhaills started the second half brightly and quickly notched up a point and a goal but St Eunans rallied again and hit back with two goals. Behind by five points, it was crunch time for the Twin Town lads. They upped their play all over the field and goal machine Oisin Gallen scored four goals. This coupled with points from Chad Mc Sorley, Joel Bradley Walsh and man of the match Jamie Keegan saw Mac Cumhaills emerge victorious. Final score MacCumhaills 6-14,
St Eunans 5-6.
The U 14 hurlers played Burt yesterday evening in Mac Cumhaill Park. The lads dominated the game from start to finish, taking some fine scores. The boys have really started to find their feet with impressive back to back wins. Final score MacCumhaills 7
On Saturday afternoon the Under 8 footballers made the short trip to Castlefinn to play Robert Emmets and Termon for preseason challenge matches. They played some excellent football and were a joy to watch.
The 16s played their first league match this evening in the Cross. MacCumhaills won 4-9
to Red Hughes 2-3. Scorers for MacCumhaills were Jamie Bell 3-1, Adam Lynch 1-01, Carl Dunnion 0-2, Jack McGeehan 0-2, Pauric Patton 0-2, Ciaran McMenamin 0-1.
There were no winners of this weeks Jackpot. Numbers drawn were 2,3,16 and 28.There were 3 match 3 winners. Pauric McHugh, TJ McCool, Clara and Dylan Dunnion receive €50 each. Next week’s Jackpot is €9,900.
The seniors competed in the county Gaeltacht finals weekend in Annagry and secured a final spot after an excellent win against Naomh Muire reserves in the semi final. Naomh Columba were the opposition in the final and found the Glenmen to strong on the day. The lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. The jackpot of €9000(capped) was not won. Numbers drawn were 10,17,20 & 24. Two lucky dip winners receive €50 Maria Wallace c/o Marice Devenney & Seamus Odonnell, Letterkenny.
The under 10s travel to Glen this Saturday to compete in a blitz against hosts Naomh Columba, Kilcar and Dungloe. Throw in time is at 11am,
The will be collecting any unwanted clothes, shoes, towels, linen, curtains and mobile phones. This was a huge success for the club in 2013 and helped raise vital funds to maintain the facilities at The Eamonn Byrne Memorial Park. You can drop off any evening during training this week into dressing room 4 or contact 0863311733 and we can arrange collection from your door. The Club Donegal card enables the card holder to enter into any adult league or championship club match in the county. If you attend regular games this is a great saving! Purchase your adult membership and the club donegal card for €170. Purchase your family membership and the card for €200. Alternatively purchase two cards and your family membership for €330. These cards are limited and we already have applicants inquiring.
There were no Killotto jackpot or match 3 winners this week. This weeks numbers were 1,2,19,28. Next weeks killotto jackpot is €1500.
The ticket booking is in the Tara Hotel for the Donegal versus Derry Ulster Championship game in Celtic Park Derry on the 25TH may
The U14s beat Aodh Ruadh on Saturday. They are now through to the divisional league final which is provisionally fixed for next Saturday,
Comhghairdeas le foireann sinséar Chill Chartha a bhain Comhórtas Peil na Gaeltachta na Chondae i Naomh Muire.
There will be a club meeting this Wednesday 7th May in the Tea Rooms in Towney. Our Under 14’s had an easy victory over Bundoran last Wednesday evening. They now await to see who they meet in the league semi-final. Tickets for the Ulster Championship match against Derry can be ordered from Fiona McGinley or Glenda Dolan. Sean Byrne from Churchtown, won the Lotto Plus Jackpot of €200 numbers were 5, 15, 23 and 26. There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €5,200 this week’s numbers were 1, 15, 18 and 26. For the latest news visit our website www.kilcarcargaa.com you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/CillCharthaGAA and @KilcarGAA