Donegal GAA Club Call round-up


Peter Campbell


Peter Campbell

Donegal GAA Club Call round-up

Aaron Thompson on the ball against Kilcar with Conor Doherty moving in.

The winning lotto numbers last week were 2-5-8-3-4-7-6-1. The jackpot was not won. This week’s jackpot is €4600.
Well done to the U13 girls who won the county championship against Burt. They beat Buncrana by 4- 4 to 2-4. The team and scorers were: Eleanor Moy; Shauna Gallagher, Josephine Gallagher,Emma McBrearty; Amy Lee Marley, Bronagh Marley, Zara Doherty; Jamie Lee McMahon (1-0),Kathleen Martin; Brenda Carr (1-3),Caoimhe McGlynn(1-0), Ciara Moy; Katie McGlynn, Alanna Herron(1-1), Amy Long. Subs: Aoibhe McMenamin, Abigh McMenamin, Ailbhe Ward, Amy Dorrian,Mikayla Glackin,Shauna Doherty, Aoibhinn Marley, Sheila Martin, Katlyn Houston.
Congratulations to Josephine Gallagher and Caoimhe McGlynn who made the Donegal U13 squad. Both played for the Donegal team that won in the Ulster blitz last Saturday the 29th.
Also well done to Anna Carr, Lauren Martin and Mary Martin who made the U15 Donegal squad. They played in Cookstown on Saturday the 5th in an Ulster blitz in which they won all their matches.
Good luck to Karl McGlynn who made the Donegal minor squad for the 2017 season.
The second round of the Local parish league was completed on Sunday the 6th of November.
Bord Na Og AGM is on Monday the 14th of November at 8pm in the Club house. Everyone welcome
Best of luck to Paul McGlynn, Johnny McGinty and Liam Breen who are part of the Donegal Masters team who play Westmeath in the All Ireland Plate competition next Saturday in Galway.
The Glenfin senior panels are hosting a Night at the Races on Saturday 3rd December 2016 in the Reelin Bar. Everyone is welcome. Horses are €10 each and can be bought from any member of the senior, reserve or third team panels. Any businesses interested in sponsoring a race can contact either, Gerard Ward, Frank McGlynn, Hugh Foy, Martin McGlynn or Andrew Walsh. All support is greatly appreciated.
Glenfin are hosting one of the semi-finals of Scor na nog on Saturday the 12th of November in Glenfin Hall. The Club are participating in the following. Ceile Dancing, Solo Singing, Ballad Group, Recitation,
Quiz and Instrumental.

Sunday was a disappointing day for our Under-16 footballers who lost out to St Eunan’s in the county final. The coaches and management are proud of the efforts and work put in all year and there's still plenty of football for you all to play yet.
There was no winner of this week's lotto. The numbers drawn were 3, 4, 7 and 28. There were four match three winners: Gary Gallen, Glencovitt, Hugh and J Kelly, Letterkenny, Rita Mc Bride, Raphoe and Evelyn Breen, Woodland who receive €40 each. This week’s jackpot is still a massive €10,000.

The 10th Anniversary of our former Chairman Andy Duffy RIP was remembered at Greenford on Saturday last by family, friends, TCG club members and the wider London GAA Community with a mass celebrated in the Clubhouse by Fr TJ Plower.
A challenge match followed between TCG Seniors and Juniors, with the Juniors being the eventual winners of the Andy Duffy Memorial Cup which was presented to Captain, Liam Gavigan, by Andy's son Sean. Congratulations to our youth chairman Michael Cunningham who is to receive London Donegal Person of the Year for 2016 at the association's annual dinner dance which is to be held at the Crown Clayton Hotel, Cricklewood on Saturday 19th November.
Upcoming Dates - London development squad U16 and U18, and U14 Feile teams Presentation - Friday 18th November, 8 pm, Ruislip
TCG Youth Dinner Dance - Saturday 26th November . This event is sold out.
Children’s Christmas Party - date change to Sunday 4th December.

The club monster bingo is this Sunday November 13th in the Youth Club, Clonmany at 3.00pm.
There is a donation box in Centra, Clonmany near the tills. We are looking for donations for our Large Hamper for Sunday's Monster Bingo. Donations much appreciated and thanks in advance.
Match ‘n’ Win numbers drawn on November 3 rd were 8, 14, 16 & 24. The jackpot was not won the €15 winners were Caroline Doherty, Westfield, Newtown.
Madge Porter, Collon, Carndonagh, Martin McDonald, Mindoran, Ciaran Dowds, Burt.Conor Mc Crossan, Tornabratley. The jackpot next week is €2,180.
Good Luck to all from the club taking part in Scor Na Og in Muff Hall this Friday night at 7pm. The club will be represented in the dancing by: Aoife Mc Daid, Kiera Mc Carron, Cliodhna Devine, Grainne O'Leary, Elisha Noone, Shanice O'Donnell, Tegan Long and Caoimhe Mc Laughlin. Solo Singing by Bronach Harkin. Instrumental Music Group by: Emma Mc Daid, Raissa Grant, Maedbh Sweeney, Allanah Shovlin and Ciara Gilmore.
Tickets are now on sale for several excellent prizes including a new Opel Corsa Car, travel vouchers, GAA All Ireland packages. Tickets are €10 and all funds raised by the club stays in the club to help with the day to day running of the club from under age to senior level. Club members and coaches will be out and about in the parish selling these tickets in the coming weeks.
The annual mass for the dead will take place on Wednesday November 23rd at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.

On Sunday our minor ladies got their Ulster championship underway with a trip to the Fermanagh champions Kinawley. The conditions were cold but the girls soon got into their rhythm and rattled up a couple of quick goals in the first five minutes. The girls continued to dominated the first half and went in at the halftime break having built up a sizeable lead. The second half went the same way as the first and the ladies continued to play some excellent football and the defence stood strong when the questions were asked. At the final whistle the long trip was worth it as the girls made it safely and comfortably through to the Ulster semi final. The Ulster semi final will be against the Down champions Bredagh on November 27th in Bredagh with venue and time to be confirmed.
This weekend our u16 lads will take on Gaoth Dobhair in the Northern board division one shield final in O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny on Saturday at 12.30.
The very best of luck our nominated All-Star ladies, Ciara and Niamh Hegarty, who make the trip to the City West Hotel in Dublin on Saturday night for the ladies All-Star awards night.
The lotto jackpot numbers for this week are 1,8,9,16. The jackpot was not won. The €50 winner was Francis Lake. Next week’s jackpot is €9,100.
December 9th has been pencilled in for the night of our annual dinner dance in the Redcastle Hotel and tickets are currently on sale. Music on the night will be provided by the Whistling Donkeys. If anyone has any old photos of any significance can they loan them to Jimmy Hegarty for scanning and they will be returned immediately contact Jimmy at 9381148 or contact any committee member.

All underage team players will be selling tickets throughout the paris for our annual Christmas draw with five great prizes to be won. The draw will take place on Sunday the 19th of December.
The recent church gate collections across the parish collected by club members for the ISPCA raised 655 euro, thank you for your generosity and donations.
The final day of the annual Packie McGonagle and Shaun Farren Tournaments took place last Sunday in Connolly Park.
Well done to all the children who played over the last three weeks and well done to the winning teams and those players who received player of the tournament trophies, well deserved. Special thank you to Geraldine and Adam McGonagle and Eleanor and Michael Farren who presented the medals and trophies this morning.
There will be Irish dancing lessons upstairs in the clubhouse every Wednesday from 4 to 5:15pm and every Friday 4 to 5:30 pm for boys and girls from age three and upwards.
The last orders for Christmas can be taken up to next Sunday the 6th of November at the Club Shop.

There was no winner in last weeks lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 4-5-7-19. Four people matched three numbers to share the €100 prize. Next weeks jackpot is €1250. Next week’s bingo snowball is €5080.
The club’s very popular Annual Christmas Bazaar will take place in St Mary's Hall, Castlefin on Sunday 11th December at 5pm.
Preparations are well underway for our big Kube night in the C P I centre on Sat 26 November. Tickets are selling out fast and are currently available from club members. A great night’s entertainment is assured and with bar facilities now available and music on till late it promises to be a great community event.
The club extends sympathy to the Durning Family Mullanbuoy. The Langan family Clady and the Given family Convoy on recent family bereavements.

Well done to our seniors who won Division One for the second time in three years and twelfth time overall after a brilliant performance in Glenties against Naomh Conaill.
Thanks also to the massive traveling support that travelled to the match and indeed for all the support all season, our reserves finished their season with a defeat to Naomh Conaill. Well done to Ryan McHugh on winning a well deserved All Star on Friday.
Ten week development draw, results for week three are as follows; €1,000 Connie O’Gara, Glencolmcille; €500 Seamus J McGinley, Glencolmcille; €300 Adam, Sophie, Louise and Kevin Barnes, Towney Road, Kilcar; €200 Mary Conroy c/o Patrick McBrearty; Carmel Byrne, Riverside, Carrick and Tara and Aisling Molloy, Yonkers, New York.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot so next week’s Jackpot is €3,000. This week’s numbers were 1, 5, 11 and 13. The winners were €50 - Goretti Kennedy, Cruckarra Kilcar; €30- Declan Callaghan, Leitir, Kilcar; €20 - Hugh and Mary Ann Byrne, Straleel and Tom Glynn, Drimnafinagle.

Sunday was a disappointing day for our U-13 girls who lost to St Eunan’s in the County A Final in MacCumhail Park Ballybofey.
Well done to all the girls and management Frankie Greene, Alison McGready, Catherine Deely, Alisha McBrearty and Donna Kelly. The club is proud of the efforts and work put in all year and there's still plenty of football for you all to play yet.
The Slotto draw numbers on 29th October were 4, 2,1, 3, 7, 6. 5. The jackpot was not won. The €80 consolation prize was won by Patricia Moloney, St. John's Point.
The ladies presentation evening takes place this Friday evening, 11th November at 7.30pm in the Clubhouse.
The minor board presentation will take place on Friday 25th November at 7.30pm.
The club AGM is on Friday 2nd December at 8pm. in the Clubhouse.
Who remembers the St.Nauls Fight Night in 2013. Well the club are hosting a Fight Night on March 25th 2017. More details will follow. So if you think you can pack a punch - contact any member of club executive.

The lotto and 100 + results for November 4th are as follows;lotto numbers drawn were 8,4,3,6,7,2,5,1.
The winning sequence was 8,4,3,6 and Ciaran Kelly Dromore, won €50. Next week’s jackpot is €2075.
This weeks winner of the 100+ Club was number 46 Jennifer McMenamin, Killygordon who won €100
Underage core training starts this Friday night at 8pm there will be core training every Friday for boys and girls from U13 up to U16 in the clubhouse. This is €3 a night and bring along a yoga mat.

ST MARY’S (Convoy)
In last week’s lotto 14 people had two counties. The counties drawn were GY,LS, LD, WW. The were Alice Mailey, Convoy, Veronica Kilpatrick, Convoy, Max Barron, Convoy, Jimmy Gallagher, Drumkeen, Ellie Kilpatrick, Convoy. This week jackpot is €5400.
Hard luck to our U 16 boys who were beaten by Red Hughs/Robert Emmets in the Division Three Championship final.
Thanks to all the boys for their hard work all year and also to Laurence Mc Mullan and Paul Lynch for looking after the team all year
St. Marys GAA Convoy Healthy Club Project Team along with their Executive Committee would like to formally invite you to the Official Launch of our ‘Smoke Free Club’ on Saturday the 19th of November 2016 at 11am
The launch will last approximately one hour and refreshments will be served on the day. So why not join us on Saturday the 19th at 11am.
The club AGM is being held on Thursday 1st December at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.
The club presentation night will take place on Nov 19 th in Arena 7. Well done to Dina Patton on her selection to the Donegal U 16 Development squad.

The minor board will be holding their presentation night in Óstan Loch Áltan, on Friday, November 25th at 8 pm.
The lotto numbers drawn on November 2nd were
3,6,7,9,12,17. There was no jackpot winner so jackpot rises to €3,850. We had three match 5 winners who win €35; congratulations to Kathleen Montgomery, Patrick Cannon (Lower Keeldrum) and Kate McShane.
We will have club members calling to houses throughout the parish within the coming days to sell the, ever popular, National Club Draw tickets.
The tickets are €10 and as per previous years you will be entered into 3 draws; made up of a national draw, county draw and a local draw.
Sales and renewals of Adult Club+ Cards and Season Tickets are now available online at

There was no winner of this week’s Bunotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 7,8 ,9,15, 20.The €50 winners were Pat Gaffney, Enniskillen; Patsy Greene, Armagh; Jack English, Adare, Co Limerick. Next week’s jackpot will be €4600.
Bord na nOg’s annual social night is this Friday November 11th from 9 pm in the Oyster Bar with food from McGarrigle’s Restaurant. It promises to be a great night with music by Johnny Gallagher of Boxtie and friends from nine till late and lots of great prizes. If you have not already got a ticket, just €10, they will be available at the door on the night
The Seniors wrapped up their league campaign on Saturday last when a very understrength side made the long journey to Gweedore and were comprehensively defeated by the homeside.
Well done to Rhona McEniff, Dervla Carr and Aimee McGloin who were all part of the Donegal Ladies U15 Development squad who took part in the Ulster Blitz in Cookstown, on Saturday last.
The senior AGM will take place on Sunday 27th November at 3pm in the Holyrood Hotel.Any member requiring nomination /motion sheets for the AGM and who did not receive them by email can request them from or from the Secretary,Siobhan(086 6046415) by hand. Forms must be returned by Thursday 17th November.

The club extends their best wishes to Kerry Ryan, Ronan Matthews and Johnny Gethins who are going overseas on a tour of duty with the Army in the coming week. There is a farewell party for them and colleagues in the Bridgend at 5pm.
The semi-finals and final of the 2016 Bakery Cup take place this Sunday 13th with the action getting under way at 11am. Teams captained by Eugene Doherty, Senan Rooney, Shane Brady and Mark McGlynn will battle it out for this historic piece of silverware.
The under 12 Ballyshannon Shoe Company indoor league concludes in the new hall at Coláiste Cholmcille this Friday with medals and trophies presented afterwards to all players.
The third week of play in the under 10 Ballyshannon Shoe Company winter league took place last Friday. After two great games of football, the semi-final pairings have now been decided. In the first semi-final team C captained by Finn Coady will play team B captained by Eoghan Doogan. That game will throw in at 6.15pm. Players should be up at Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh for 6pm. The second semi-final sees team A captained by Michael Keown play team D captained by Morgan McNamee. That game throws in at 7pm, with players to be up at 6.45pm.
There will be a short meeting this Wednesday at 8.30pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh to organise the underage presentation night. All underage coaches are asked to attend.
It was to be heartbreak for Aodh Ruadh under 16 ladies in the B county final at MacCumhaill Park on Sunday afternoon. A penalty which wasn't given, and a goal which shouldn't have been left plenty of room for ifs, buts and maybes. Aodh Ruadh got off to the perfect start when Mary Flora Scott drilled home a precision shot to the bottom left corner from outside the penalty area to leave Ballyshannon a goal to the good with just 28 seconds on the clock. However Aodh Ruadh could only add two more first half points and 1-2 from Mya Alcorn helped Termon to a 1-6 to 1-2 interval lead. Aodh Ruadh had early claims for a penalty for a foul on Andrea McGlynn turned down early in the second half, but points from Mary Flora Scott and Saoirse McDevitt left just a goal between them. A controversial 46th minute goal from Termon gave them just about enough breathing space to reach the final whistle in the lead. Despite the best efforts of a resurgent Aodh Ruadh attack, 1-9 to 2-8 was the final score. Every single player in the defence was magnificent right through the game. Bridín Maguire's kicking was excellent from restarts, while Briana Maher was a class apart at number three. The half back line of Ana Keon, Síofra Hughes and Bronagh Kelly were very assured and showed they had plenty of football in them. Dearbhla O'Moore and Saoirse McDevitt could be very pleased with their displays at midfield. Up front Mary Flora Scott was, once again a great scoring outlet and had good help from the brave Tara Duffy and Caoimhe Keon. A tough one to take, but Anna Rafferty's girls can be proud of what they have achieved over the course of this year and the manner in which they played their football. We have a full match report up on
Aodh Ruadh and Downings met on a decidedly chilly Saturday night in Ardara to decide the destination of the county under 13 title and the identity of Donegal's representatives at Féile 2017. Aodh Ruadh took time to get going in the first half, but once they did they rattled off five unanswered points. It was only a late goal which saw Downings going in with the lead at the break with the scores 1-3 to 0-5. Aodh Ruadh showed their full character in the second half as they came back from a second goal which left them four points adrift to dominate the last ten minutes and run out 2-8 to 2-5 victors and secure the A county title. After the final whistle joint captains Ella Clancy and Caitlin McGarrigle collected the trophy. They called for three cheers for a valiant Downings side and after that it was off to the Nesbitt Arms where the Clancy clan had set up a superb spread of food for the newly crowned county champions.
A special mention has to go to Tia McFarland who high-tailed it from the Ulster Irish Dancing Championship where she was dancing a four hand for the McCarney School and won seventh place in the teams.
The senior hurlers are staging their table quiz in Owen Roe's on Thursday November 17th. There was no winner of last week's Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €7,000. The winning numbers drawn were 3, 5, 8, 9, 12 and 13. In the lucky dip €20 went to Kieran Breslin, East Port; Marty and Megan Kane, c/o Mountain View, Bundoran; Caroline Finnerty, Parkhill; Declan McGurrin c/o McGinley's; and Sean O'Mahoney, Rathmore. Next draw is in Dicey Reilly's with a jackpot of €7,100 on Sunday at 8.30pm.

This week's Kilotto numbers were 2,3,8,24 There was no Jackpot winner. Next week’s Jackpot is at €8,050. There were three match 3 winners this week, Seamus Gillespie, John Conwell and Pauric 'Smackers' Gallagher.
Any young person looking to make a few Euro for pocket money, Sellers will receive 40c for every box filled. Please contact Carmel or Fionnuala.
This minor board presentation will take place in the Bayview Hotel on Friday 2nd December at 7pm. The Senior board AGM is in the Tara Hotel on Sunday the 18th of December.

The seniors played their final league match of the season against Termon at the Burn Road on Saturday last. After a high scoring game the hosts ran out the winners by the narrowest of margins.
There was no Jackpot winner in the mini lotto on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 1,6,7,13,14,19. The Match five winner was Gavin McTeague, Gortnalake, Creeslough who won €100. This weeks Jackpot be €2500.
Club officials will be selling the annual national draw tickets door to door in the Dunfanaghy and Creeslough areas over the next few weeks.
Tickets are priced at €10 and included in this is a local, County and National Draw.
Sales and renewals will commence on Monday 10th October for GAA Season tickets.
The minor board AGM takes place in Creeslough Day Centre on Tuesday 22nd November at 8pm
Registration for the new year will take place on the same night from 7-8pm and afterwards the AGM
The Academy continues on Sunday’s St Michael 's Clubhouse, for 4 - 6 year olds and for 7 - 10 year olds.

Hard luck to our U13 girls team who lost out to Glenswilly in the county final today. The girls dominated the game for long spells but didn’t take advantage of their chances in front of goal. Some great performances on the day from Áine Byrne, Áine Ward, Lilly Doherty, Sarah Canny, and Zofia Mazri.
A performance built on sound goalkeeping, teak tough defence, powerful midfield and efficient score taking resulted in Four Masters taking the county U13A title back through the gap on Sunday.
These young men will now go forward to the All-Ireland Feile next year and represent their county as worthy champions.
A management team of John Sinclair, Kevin Sinclair and Mickey Martin, all former St Joseph's Avenue residents have moulded a group of young men who play an attractive brand of football, that the most famous St Joseph's resident of all, the great Patsy Brogan would be extremely proud of. They defeated St Eunan’s in the final. The team was; Oisin McCallig, Liam McLaughlin, Calum Stewart, Andrew Monaghan, Josh McCrea, Lee Murchin (captain), Diarmuid O’Donnell, Jamie Gorrell , Senan Quinn, Ultan O'Grady, Frank Cornyn, Dermot Slevin , Evan Gallagher, Oisin Reid, Mark Jordan, Adam Gillespie.
There was no winner of the lotto jackpot of €3,300 in week 16 of the 2016/17 season. The €50 winners in the lucky dip were Gerry Caudwell, Main Street and Michael Meehan, Drimark. The numbers drawn were 7, 15, 20 and 24.

The U-12 hurlers brought down the curtain on their competitive season for this year as they played in a blitz in Randalstown on Saturday last. The lads won three of their opening games and were unfortunate to lose out on the final.
Letterkenny Gaels Ladies are delighted to announce their winter ladies football training program. During the winter months the circuit based training will take place indoors at the Gaels clubrooms on the Thorn Road. The training is on Friday evenings.
Letterkenny Gaels in association with AIB are delighted to announce a new and exciting customer offer that sees AIB build their partnership with the GAA.
The GAA Adult + Cards are now available to club members and can be purchased online.
The lotto numbers for last week were 9, 10, 15 and16. The jackpot was not won.

the weekly lotto draw took place on Monday 7th November 2016. The numbers drawn were 14, 25, 30 and 31. Five people matched 3 numbers and won €20 each. They were Aine Gallagher, Drumleen, Shaun Doherty Jnr, Porthall, Cathal McGowan, Edenmore, Thomas White, Murlog and Kevin Tourish, Lifford. Next week's jackpot is €3100.
The club AGM is being held on Sunday 4th of December at 6pm in the clubhouse. For fully paid up members who require a nomination and motion form, they should contact club secretary Danielle Devine. Nominations close on Friday 25th November.

There was no overall winner of this week’s lotto draw. The jackpot now stands at £3,050. The numbers drawn were 4, 6, 7, 16, and 22. The £25 winners were Sally Martin, Pauric Mc Garrigle, Cillian Meehan, Mary Gallagher. The next draw takes place in the Seven Arches on 14th November.
The club are running the GAA DRAW with a CAR as the star prize. Tickets are priced £10 and available from our club volunteers.
A special mention to Michael Walls, who sponsored footballs to the U16 team.
The club AGM is on 27th November in the clubhouse.
On Friday the 9th December a concert takes place in the community centre.
Naomh Brid/ Pettigo U16’s chance of winning the Division Two championship final, were dashed by Termon, in the final. Played at the Centre of Excellence, Convoy. Team on the day Edward Britton, Eamon McGrane, Joseph Barron, Paul Diver, Eoin Rush, Ciaran Mc Grory, Ethan Gallagher, Jack Britton, Conor McGloin, Matthew Gallagher, Sean Robinson, Ryan O’Leary, Shaun Maher, Ryan Brogan, Aaron Calvey. Luke Burgess.
Good luck to the Donegal Masters team who are playing Offaly in the shield final on Saturday.

There was no jackpot winner in last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 5, 7, 11, 18, 19 bonus 14. The €100 winner was Delia Dorrian, the Ross, €50 went to winner Neil T Blaney, Australia. Next week’s jackpot is €950.
What a finish to a super season for the U-13 girls. That game could have went either way. Everyone put in a excellent performance and they could not have tried any harder. Great team spirit. Well done everyone!
New regulations regarding membership registration. All membership (for all ages, male and female) has now to be paid and entered in system to go to Croke Park before Christmas 2016. Arrangements can be made confidentially (on 086 8744405) to suit anyone who has difficulty paying membership.

The senior and reserves both recorded victories in their respective games over the weekend. Congratulations to the u16 boys who are our last team of the year still playing, the boys have a county final awaiting them on Sunday at 1pm in St Mary’s, Convoy.
The under 16 girls won the Division Two county championship in a hard fought win over Aodh Ruadh Ballyshannon. It was a great team display, congratulations to the girls, and to Paddy, Kieran and Therese. Great to see senior player Olive McCafferty back as team physio on the day as well, a great role model for the girls.
Our senior men, with a mixture of youth and experience fielding on Saturday last, recorded a one point victory over St Michael’s in the last game of the year. Many thanks to Francie and his backroom team for their coaching and management of the senior team during the year, much appreciated by everyone. And thanks to our kitchen crew who fed the players, and the odd supporter at our home games during the year.
Last week’s draw was held in Nora’s. There were no jackpot or match 3 winners. Open draw winners were Karen McGeever and Nicole McLaughlin. Next week’s draw takes place in the Glenveagh Inn with Conor Tinney and Kevin McElwaine co-ordinating, and a jackpot of €2,650.
This year’s AGM will be held at 6pm on Saturday 4th December 2016.
Would all managers who have not yet returned their First Aid bags please drop them into An Craoibhín on Friday night, Don Gallagher will be there to collect same.
Best wishes to Róisin Sweeney in Amhránaíocht Aonair, and to Róisin, Siobhán, Dan, John James and Michelle in Ceol Uirlisí in Glenfin on Saturday night.