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All the latest news from around the county and from your local GAA club.

All the latest news from around the county and from your local GAA club.

FOUR MASTERS: The €50 winners in the Annual Lotto for Week 50 were Hugh Devenney, Cormullion and Marcus Monaghan, Drumlonagher. The numbers drawn were 7, 10, 16 & 24.

The Annual Lotto End-of-Year Draw for a total of €3,000 in prizes for fully paid members was made last Monday night June 25th and the winners were as follows: €1,000 Patsy Mc Groary, Tullynagreine - €500 Patrick Ward, Orbeg - €500 Fergal Britton, Pettigo - €250 Peter & Noreen Dunnion, Clarlougheske - €250 Steve Walsh, Altidoo - €100 Michael Masterson, Old Golf Course Road - €100 Manus Brennan, Drumkeeghan - €100 Barry Monaghan, Ardeskin - €100 Colm Gallagher, Mountcharles - €100 Anne Colhoun, Drumrooske.

The first draw of the 2012/2013 Annual Lotto starting with a jackpot of €1,100 will take place on Monday July 16th. New members are welcome with entry forms are available from Sean Dunnion (087) 2300735, Maeve Espey (086) 8730610 and Paul Timoney (087) 2791305.

The Club will host the annual Frank Muldoon Memorial Open Singles Stableford Competition on Wednesday next July 4th 2012 at Donegal Golf Club sponsored by ROONEY’S CENTRA. Donegal Golf Club Members, Four Masters members and Visitors are all welcome. Timesheet in Operation. Contact Donegal Golf Club (074) 9734054.

The Under 8 footballers played in their final blitz of the season on Saturday last in Bundoran and took home the silverware. They played four very competitive games, winning three and drawing the fourth. Great credit must go to this group of boys for their great dedication and to watch their development over the weeks has been fantastic. Again thanks to the Bundoran club for their hospitality and the parents and grandparents for all their support. Coaching continues on Wednesday evenings at 6.30 pm finishing up on Wednesday July 18th. The Football Cul Camp for boys and girls aged 6 to 13 then takes place in Tir Conaill Park from Monday July 23rd to Friday July 27th.

Coaching for the Under10 girls continues on Tuesday evenings from 5.00 to 6.00 pm at Tir Conaill Park. Please contact Kelly Lacey (087) 9919035 for further information. The under 12 girls have participated in two Blitz competitions so far away to Aodh Ruadh and at home. The next Blitz is this Wednesday 27th June in Mountcharles. Coaching takes place every Monday from 6.00 to 7.00 pm.

The Under 14 girls team have topped their championship group beating Glenswilly, Cloughaneely, Noamh Columba, and Ardara. They have now qualified for the County B semi-final. The Under 16 girls coaching is on Fridays at 5.00 pm. Please contact John Mc Intyre on (086) 3535107 for further information.

The Senior Ladies recently won against St Eunans in both the 13-a-side and 15-a-side competitions. This Sunday (July 1st) they have a challenge match against Glenelly from County Tyrone. Championship match v Moville at home on Sunday 8th July at 12 noon.

Gaelic4Mothers & Others with fun activities have commenced on Monday evenings from 8.00 to 9.00 pm at Tir Conaill Park. Please contact Deborah Lacey on (087) 2199730 for further information.

MILFORD: Lotto - As a result of training being cancelled on Friday evening a number of lotto tickets were not returned for entry into this weeks draw. In the interest of fairness the Club decided not to have a draw this weekend. However next weekend there will be a double draw and all tickets sold last week and this week will be entered into both draws. Jackpot next week will be €4,240

The senior men were away to Lifford last weekend and were unlucky not to come away with a share of the spoils as a Lifford goal in the last minute gave them the points on a scoreline of 1-10 to 10 points. This was a tit for tat game with neither side able to break clear. The sides went into halftime level at six points apiece and the second half pretty much followed the trend of the first with the two sides trading point for point. It continued this way right to the end before a goal for Lifford snatched them victory.

The senior ladies made it four out of four in the league with a win over Dungloe on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-1. Despite not having had a game for five weeks the girls flew out of the starting blocks and soon built up a lead that they were never going to relinquish. This was a hard game for the girls as the two teams played eleven a side due to a shortage of players. This meant that there was a lot of ground to cover and the girls did so brilliantly and never let up on the intensity for the whole game. Player of the match was our newest county player Orla Harrisson and she was ably assisted by Bridgeen Devenny, Karen Peoples and Aisling McBride. Next up for the girls is championship on the 8th July.

The under 14 girls had a great win over local rivals Termon last week on a scoreline of 5-12 to 0-1. This was a great team performance from the girls as they dominated the game from start to finish. The girls have now qualified for the county semi-final next Tuesday with their opponents and the venue to be announced. Best of luck to Marty, Annie, Louis and all the panel.

The club will shortly launch an Alcohol and Substance Abuse Policy(ASAP). The draft policy document can be viewed on the club website at The club would welcome the views of parents and members on this policy, if you have any comments or suggestions please contact us at

Kelloggs cúlcamp will be held at Milford from 2/7/12/ to 6/7/12. To register on-line and for more information go to If you wish to take part contact Shaun Paul at 086-6052169.


Erne Gaels GAA Club are proud to announce that we will be holding a 10k Run/Walk named the Erne Gaels Challenge on Sunday 1st July 2012 @ 11am.

Entries are now being taken, Registration takes place for locals on Saturday from 7-8pm and on Sunday from 9am to 10:30am.

Runners race starts at 11am and walkers start at 11:15am.

Volunteers are Required, and, ANYONE who can help out on Sunday for a few hours give their name to Either Rosie O’Reilly or Teresa Gallagher.


Reserve B Championship (Junior)

Tuesday 26 Jun, Venue: Ederney, (Round 1), Erne Gaels Belleek V Brookeboro Heber McMahons 20:00, Ref: Gerard Mc Laughlin

Erne Cup 3 Friday 29th June 2012

Erne Gaels Belleek V Coa O’Dwyer’s 20:00, Ref: TBC

Erne Gaels Belleek V Coa O’Dwyer’s 20:00, Ref: TBC

Thu, 28 June 2012 - Under 16 Section A

Kinawley Brian Borus V Erne Gaels Belleek 19:30, Ref: Martin Higgins

Sat, 30 June Senior Football League 1

Erne Gaels Belleek V Newtownbutler First Fermanaghs 19:30, Ref: TBC

Sun, 01 July,

Erne Gaels Belleek V St Patrick’s Donagh 12:00, Ref: TBC

Thursday 5th Jul 2012 - Under 16 Section A

Maguiresbridge St Mary’s V Erne Gaels Belleek

Sunday 8th Jul 2012 - Under 16 Section A

Erne Gaels Belleek V Roslea Shamrocks GFC

Saturday 7th July 2012

Minor A Football Championship

Final Brewster Park

7:45 PM Erne Gaels Belleek --- v St Patrick’s Donagh

Textile Collection Day:

Erne Gaels GAA Club Clothes Collection Fund-raiser will take place on Saturday, July 7, at Social & Recreation Centre, Belleek.

All clothes, textiles, bags and shoes welcome.


All training for the teams are at usual times - if in doubt - check out our facebook page or keep an eye on our website for any changes.


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also keep an eye on our social media sites, website for up date happenings within the club.

NA CEALLA BEAGA: The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 20, 21, 26 and 28. There was no winner of match 3. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €4,350 and Match 3 is €120. You can now do the Killotto online. Visit and go to the Killybegs page.

There was no winner of the Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Nora Kennedy, Kilcar. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1,450 on 46 calls.

The club would like to express its sympathy to the Byrne Family in Dunkineely on the death of Charles and the McGuire family in Ardara on the death of Thomas. The club would like to thank players and members who attended both funerals.

CILL CHARTHA: C.L.G. Chill Chartha would like to wish Patrick McBrearty, Mark McHugh and the Donegal Panel the best of luck against Tyrone this coming Saturday.

There was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot and next week it is €1500. The numbers were Drawn prizes were €50 - Declan McShane, Kilcausey. €30 - Sean Byrne, Churchtown. €20 - Denis & Josephine c/o Michael Lyons, Cashel. Bingo Jackpot next Sunday is €1500 on 47 numbers as there was no winner last weekend. Some of the winners were Margaret Doherty €70, Goretta Kennedy €70, P McShane €100, Carmel McGinley €70, Marie Doogan €70, Barbara Hegarty €80, Anne McGinley €150. Annie Deane €60. Coaching updates are available on the new club website

The Kellogs Cul Camps will run in Towney on 16th-20th July. For more info contact P McShane (086) 2506443.

CLG Chill Chartha will be running 2 Family Fun days in Towney on the 25th & 26th of July and a timetable of activities will be posted on the website soon. Lotto sellers on Sat 30th June: Glenn McBrearty, Declan McCloskey,Neilly Byrne, Sean O’Gara. Sunday 1st July sellers are:Michael McShane and Mickey McFadden.

ST. NAUL’S: We wish Gavan Maguire a full and speedy recovery from the horrific knee injury he sustained against Naomh Columba in Glen last Saturday evening.

There was no winner of last weekend’s Slotto jackpot, winner of 80 Euro for nearest to correct sequence was John Cotter, Frosses, sequence drawn was 2-6-5-1-4-7 & 3. The previous weekend’s sequence was 3-1-7-4-6-2 & 5 with Siobhan Taylor, Barnesmore and Niamh Gallagher, Donegal Town, winning €40 each. This weekend’s jackpot will be 1,840 Euro.

No joy for either seniors or reserves last weekend away to Naomh Columba, both teams are home to Carndonagh this Sunday with 1.30 and 3 pm throw ins. The following weekend, Sat 7th July, we play the away legs of the championship against Naomh Conaill in Glenties.

The June monthly club meeting is re-scheduled from last Monday night to this Monday night (2nd) at 9 pm with everyone welcome.

Best wishes to Stephen and all involved in the county senior team for Saturday evening’s Ulster semi-final v Tyrone. Another Ulster Final against Down would be nice.

ST. MICHAEL’S: Both the senior and reserve matches last Sunday were called off as a mark of respect to the late John Doherty.

Both the senior and reserves are away to St. Eunans in Letterkenny on this Friday evening with the throw in at 6.30pm and 8pm.

The third team are at home to Pettigo on this Sunday the 1st July with the throw in at 3pm.

The deepest sympathy of the club is extended Club Secretary Patricia Kelly, her husband Michae,l who is a team mentor and son Andrew who is a player the death of her father John Doherty, Glen Carrigart recently. Sympathy is also extended to the entire family circle.

Good Luck to the St. Michael’s players and to Jim and the rest of the lads in the Ulster semi final against Tyrone on this Saturday evening.

There was no jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 2,6,10,11,16,18, There were no Match 5 winners. 21 people matched 4 and their names were drawn, the winner of the €100 was Eamon harkin Ballymore This weeks Jackpot will be €6000.

Kellogg’s Cul Camp Dunfanaghy 30th July to 3rd August. 1st Child €55, Second €45 and third and Fourth €40. Contact Local Co-Ordinator Liam McElhinney 086 8611097. Also Register on line at

The winner of the €150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was Bernie Gallagher Ray Falcarragh.

This weeks Snowball at the Bingo Session in Dunfanaghy at 8pm in the Ozanam Community Centre will be €3080 on 45 Nos or less.

The inaugural Dunfanaghy Festival of Traditional Irish Music, Set Dancing, Ceili and Two Hand Dancing will be held in the town from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th July 2012 and a number of the events are being held in the St. Michael’s Clubhouse at the Bridge.

On the opening night Friday the 8th July there will be a Set Dancing and Ceili in the St. Michael’s Clubhouse at the bridge Hornhead from 9.30pm-12.30pm, the music is by the Duntally Ceili Band and the admission is €10 with supper served.

On Saturday the 7th there will be set dancing in St. Michael’s Clubhouse at the Bridge Hornhead with caller Madge O’Grady from 9.30pm until 12.30pm, dancing to the Long Note Ceili Band and admission is €10 including supper. And on Sunday the 8th the Farewell Set Dancing Ceili with Caller Gerry McNulty will be in the St. Michael’s Clubhouse from 4pm-7pm with dancing to the Annaly Ceili Band. Everyone is welcome to attend these events.

Donations of €500 are been sought for the Centre of Excellence in Convoy. This will be an important asset for the future of success of future county teams. Anyone interested in helping with the future of the Donegal GAA should contact any club member.

The St. Michael’s Minor Board has left a suggestion box in Danny Lafferty’s Supermarket in Creeslough and in Centra in Dunfanaghy. Any suggestions regarding the Parish League would be most welcome. The box will be in these shops for the next couple of weeks.

Anyone who wants a DVD of the Strictly Come Dancing should contact Nicola Ferry.

AODH RUADH: The monthly senior club meeting takes place on Thursday 28th June in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh at 8.30pm. All committee members are asked to attend.

The 21st annual Aodh Ruadh Summer Camp, sponsored by McDevitt and McGlynn Certified Accountants and Registered Auditors, commences on Monday, 2nd July and continues until Friday, 20th July. There’s loads to do with football, hurling, swimming, rounders, obstacle courses and plenty of other fun and games. You can check out some of the pictures from last year’s camp on Each week of the camp concludes with a sports day on Friday. The camp runs from 10am to 3pm and is open to all children from six to 14 years-of-age.

This year prices remain unchanged for the eighth year in a row and represent excellent value. The cost per week is €70 per child. Family concessions are as follows: €130 for two children; €180 for three children; and €200 for four children. Children should bring a packed lunch as no one will be allowed to leave the camp during the day. Applications have been distributed to local schools, but forms can also be downloaded from These should be returned to Sylvester Maguire at The Mullans Ballyshannon or brought to camp on the first Monday of the week. Enquiries to 071-9858277 or 086-0532495 or check out or “Aodh Ruadh CLG” on

Termon showed why they are top of the table with the 2-11 to 1-6 dispatch of Aodh Ruadh. Things started badly for Ballyshannon as the homesters struck with an early and finished out the second half leading by 1-6 to 0-2. Termon repeated the dose in the second half, but Aodh Ruadh responded slightly better, with a late goal from a high ball into the area putting a bit of a gloss on the score line for the Ernesiders. One to forget for Aodh Ruadh, but Anthony Boyle does deserve a special mention for an outstanding and defiant performance. Thanks to Cathal Maguire we have pictures from the game up on

The Reserves fought out a tough 0-9 apiece draw with their Termon counterparts. Aodh Ruadh played into the wind in the first half. A point from Ryan Granaghan a free from Dermot Slevin and two points from Johnny Gethins saw Aodh Ruadh going in at the break still in contact with the homesters at 0-7 to 0-4. Playing with the wind along with the introduction of Eamon McGrath, Niall Murray and Jamie McDonald helped revive the Ernesiders fortunes considerably.

McDonald, Johnny Gethins, Ryan Granaghan and Dermot Slevin all got on the score sheet to see Aodh Ruadh going into the closing stages with a one point lead. However a late free saw Termon emerge with a share of the spoils. The match represents a good test with championship looming. Michael Lawless did a fine covering job in defence while Alan Finan’s breaks from the back added another dynamic. Once again the returning Aidan Murray had a barn-storming game in midfield.

Next Sunday sees Aodh Ruadh play host to Downings in Father Tierney Park. The reserves throw in at 1.30pm with Lee Jordan refereeing, the seniors follow at 3pm with Michael McShane down to take charge of that one.

The minors are at home to Saint Naul’s in Páirc Aoidh Ruadh on Wednesday 27th June with Pat Walsh refereeing. Throw in is at 7.30pm. This is the concluding match of the round robin league and a draw or win will secure Aodh Ruadh’s place in the knock out stages.

Aodh Ruadh delivered a comprehensive performance to run out 5-10 to 1-7 winners against Naomh Mhuire in the Southern Regional Championship semi-final. Ballyshannon lead by 3-5 to 0-2 at half time and many of Naomh Mhuire scores came from place ball, including a late penalty. The win was based on a dominant midfield display by Niall Harley and Colm Kelly which provided a great attacking platform, Harley getting among the scores himself with a goal.

It was also a game where the half back line of Conor Kennedy, Calum ‘Cookie’ O’Halloran and Ellis McGuinness shone, Cookie O’Halloran capping his outing with two well-taken goals. Up front Shane McGrath was in sparkling form as was Philip Patton, both weighing in with goals. The full back line with Matthew Maguire at the centre of things dealt well with any ball that came in about them. The return leg is down for Father Tierney Park next Monday at 7.30pm. However, moves are afoot to reschedule the game for the following Wednesday, there will be an addendum if there is any definitive update on the fixture.

The under 14s will be in championship action this Wednesday, 27th June in Father Tierney Park when they take on Four Masters. This team has bags of potential and it is important we have a big crowd up at the park to get behind them for this game. Throw in is at 7.30pm.

This Thursday, 28th June, sees the under 10s travelling to Pettigo for a blitz between Pettigo, Saint Naul’s and Aodh Ruadh. Once again we will be looking for parents to assist with transport to this game. All players and parents able to help with transport are asked to assemble at Father Tierney Park from where we will departing at 5.30pm sharp. Games will be getting under way at 6.30pm in Pettigo.

The under 8s travelled to Mountcharles for a blitz hosted by Saint Naul’s last Saturday. The weather wasn’t great, but the lads all gave a great account of themselves on the day showing some great skills in their games against Saint Naul’s and Naomh Ultan. Well done to all the players who took part: Aaron Cullen, Ben Daly, Pauric Daly, Ryan Daly, Eoin Doogan, Michael Doogan, James Gallagher, Niamh Hughes, Eoghan Kelly, Killian Meehan, James McGinley, Shane McGloin, Cian McKenna, James Monaghan, David Roper, Drew Ryan, Aengus Sweeny and Tommy Winters. We have a picture of the team, after they got changed out of their wet jerseys, up on Many thanks once again to all the parents who ferried the players up to Mountcharles.

Thanks also to Saint Naul’s who looked after us well on the day. This Friday, 29th June, Aodh Ruadh play host to Bundoran for the final action before the summer break. The games get under way at Father Tierney Park at 6.30pm, players to be up at the park for the usual time on Friday. All parents are asked to help with the catering on the day by providing at least a loaf of sandwiches. We will be presenting certificates to all the players on completing the season. We are also looking into the logistics of taking the boys away to the All-Ireland quarter-finals on the August Bank Holiday weekend should Donegal make it that far and we will be listening to parents’ views on the matter this Friday.

Congratulations to Jamie Brennan and Eddie Lynch who are two of only three Donegal players selected to join the 45 man panel taking part in the 2012 Phoenix Elite Academy Camp in UUJ at the beginning of July. The lads will go on to represent Ulster in Interprovincial matches against Connacht on Friday 20th July. Congratulations also to Colm Kelly who received similar recognition in the footballing sphere.

Best of luck to our minors who play Setanta in the county League final in MacCumhaill Park on Thursday night. The throw in is at 7pm and all support would be greatly appreciated for what is sure to be a tough battle.

Preparations are well underway for the Féile na nGael taking place in Dublin from 5th July to 7th July. Aodh Ruadh are based in Rush and will be hosted by Saint Mura’s. We have received great support locally towards this trip. On Monday night, in one of his last functions as Mayor of Ballyshannon, Councilor John Meehan presented €500 to the under 14s towards their trip to Féile na nGael on behalf of Ballyshannon Town Council. The support of Ballyshannon Town Council is much appreciated by all associated with the under 14s. We have a picture of the presentation on the home page.

The under 14 hurlers and their parents also showed that their hard work is not just confined to the hurling field. On Tuesday last their Cash for Clothes collection finished. It was a great success and they raised €1,550 for their trip to Dublin for the national finals. We want to thank all the parents who helped with this fund-raiser and all the local community who supported it. We have pictures of the collection up on

Aodh Ruadh’s under 10s took part in an all-county blitz at Saint Eunan’s in Letterkenny. Eight players and parents traveled down on Sunday. They played five games with the first game against Gaoth Dobhair B. This was a tough game as we started of slow and made hard work for ourselves however in the second part of the match we started to get our game together and ran out winners. Next up was Saint Eunan’s B this turned out to be the hardest game of the day with only two points scored in the game both, thankfully, going to Aodh Ruadh.

In our third game we met Letterkenny Gaels at this stage we were on a roll and with plenty of hand-passing, hard tackling and hard work we got over the line to win our third game. In our fourth game Setanta were our opposition and we managed to pull off another win. After winning four from four we met Saint Eunan’s A team in our final game. At this stage we were growing in confidence and again ran out winners.

All players had a great day and the parents enjoyed watching the games and skills on display. From there it was in for grub. Many thanks to Saint Eunan’s for hosting the blitz, all the parents who traveled down with players and watched the games and helped out. Thanks also to Tara Keenaghan who took pictures on the day and well done to the players who took part in the blitz. You can check out Tara’s pictures on

Our under 8s, 10s and 12s are taking part in a blitz in Owenbeg, Dungiven on Saturday details will be circulated during the week.

The under 12s girls travelled to Donegal Town last Wednesday evening, as Four Masters hosted their Go Games blitz. The girls faced Four Masters, Saint Naul’s and Bundoran in three highly skilled, fast paced games. Bridín Maguire’s quick thinking between the posts saved the Aodh Ruadh Ladies on more than one occasion.

In the back line Rionach Sheerin was consistent throughout and made things very difficult for the opposition’s attack. The return of Dearbhaile O’Moore was a great help to Roisín Maguire, Tara Duffy and Cáit Gillespie who all worked hard in all three games. The next outing for the girls will take place on Wednesday evening when Saint Naul’s host their Go Games blitz. All players are asked to be at the park at 5pm.

Tomorrow evening, Tuesday, the under 14 girls will make the journey to Letterkenny to face Malin in the county semi-final. Throw in will be at 4.45pm at the Letterkenny Gaels grounds. We hope to see a big Ballyshannon crowd there to help cheer the girls on.

Thursday evening will see our youngest stars take to the field for the first time this year. After spending up to eight months working hard on their skills the under 10s and under 8s will host Four Masters for a number of mini-games. The games are due to commence at 6pm. There will training as usual this Wednesday at 6pm.

Aodh Ruadh would like to wish Maeve Liston, Roise Keon and the Donegal under 16 team the best of luck as they line out for the first time in championship this season. The girls will take on Monaghan in Aghabog on Tuesday, tomorrow, at 7.30pm.

The Senior Ladies will have an early start next Saturday morning as they head to Naomh Columba to take part in their mini sevens tournament. It is hoped that this will serve as good preparation for championship as the ladies will face Termon on Sunday 8th July in the first round.

Well done to Terence McShea who took charge of the Ulster ladies intermediate championship final between Cavan and Armagh this weekend and saw the Orchard record a deserved victory!

Our next collection of aluminium cans for recycling to raise much needed funds for Aodh Ruadh takes place on Saturday 7th July from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at Fr. Tierney Park, this campaign had been a great success so far and we thank all the community and businesses who have supported us with this campaign.

With just two games last weekend the match week six leader board sees little change with Johnny Gallagher’s Falcarragh Shamrocks still on top and Greg Sweeney’s Milky Bar Kids nailed to the bottom. That’s all set to change with the Ulster semi-final and qualifiers this weekend and we can expect some major positional shifts. View the week six leader board on or in The Bridgend Bar every Tuesday.

This Friday the Abbey Centre plays host to a bumper bingo with a jackpot prize of €1,000 in last game on 50 numbers or less and six games with house prize of €100 and four games with house of €150. All lines are €40. Bring a friend for a great night of craic and prizes.

Gaelscoil Eirne are celebrating their 10th anniversary with a concert by John Spillane in Dicey Reilly’s on Friday 27th July. Not only is Spillane a noted advocate of the language, but he is one of the country’s most compelling, vivid and original song writers and performers. His set in the intimate surroundings of Dicey Reilly’s is not to be missed. Tickets are available from Dicey Reilly’s now priced €10.

There was no winner of the €1,500 Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot last Sunday. The numbers drawn were 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 15. In the lucky dip €20 each went to: Marie Gallagher, Erne Street; Kieran McShea, Stranorlar; Sean O’Rourke, Cloghore; Patricia Downey, Erne Street; and the O’Mahoney family. Next draw is in the Mall Bar on Sunday at 8.30pm. The jackpot is €1,600 so get out there and buy your ticket; if you’re not in, you can’t win!

CLOICH CHEANN FHAOLA: Foireann sinsear/tacaíochta ag imirt Gleann Fhinne sa bhaile Dé Domhnaigh ar 1:30/3:00. Beidh cruinniú míosiúil ann dé Máirt seo chugainn ar 8:30.Players interested in playing for the U21s should attend training on tuesday/thursday..Seniors played Mc Cools on Sunday final score CCF 0 10 Mc Cools 3 09.Reserves beat Mc Cools CCF 108 Mc Cools 0 10.

Cloughaneely Gaa Cúl camp will take place between the 23rd/27th of july this year anyone interested should contact Declan Mc Garvey on 0861009467.Child 1 €55 Child 2 €45 Child 3,4,5 €40.

Seniors/reserves play Glenfin on Sunday at home at 1:30/300.

NAOMH CONAILL: The lotto numbers for last week were 4,13,17 and 27. Congratulations to Laoise Ward who matched all four numbers to win the jackpot €3,300. Next weeks jackpot is €2,000.

The Naomh Conaill Cul Camp will take place from the 23rd-27th July in Davy Brennan Memorial Park. For further information contact Daragh on 087 2121036.

Naomh Conaill will be hosts to this weeks U-10 Go Games Blitz on Saturday 30th June at 12 noon. The visiting teams will be Naomh Columba, Kilcar and Naomh Mhuire.

The U-14 Division One League Regional Final between Naomh Conaill v Four Masters has been fixed for Monday 2nd July at 7.30pm. No venue has yet been selected so check clubs website for details.

The thirds had a great victory over Naomh Columba last Friday. Naomh Conaill 4-13 1-04 Naomh Columba. The thirds are away to Ardara this Friday 29th June at 8.00pm.

The reserves had a fine victory over Glenswilly at the weekend. Glenswilly 2-06 3-12 Naomh Conaill. The seniors were beaten by Glenswilly. Glenswilly 2-07 1-07 Naomh Conaill. This Sunday 1st July both the reserves and seniors are away to Dungloe in the league. The reserve game is at 1.30pm followed by the senior game at 3.00pm.

Good luck to the Donegal senior team especially the Naomh Conaill lads when they take on Tyrone in the Ulster Football semi final this Saturday in Clones.

BUNDORAN: Well done to our u-12 girls who won the Ulster Community Games final last Saturday beating Derry champions Steelstown in the final having overcome Bailleborough, winners in 2010 and 2011, in the semi-final.

The All-Ireland semi- and final takes place the weekend of August 18th. Thanks to all the parents who helped out with the Bundoran u-8 blitz last Saturday. The u-12 girls have a blitz this Monday with visiting teams from Aodh Ruadh, Ardara, Four Masters, Naomh Naille and possibly Kilcar.

The Senior team had an important win against Malin in Gaelic Park on Sunday afternoon. Having led throughout and survived a few goalmouth scrambles they were nearly undone in additional time when Malin were awarded a penalty. The visitors only managed a point, however, to give Bundoran victory. The Reserves, on the other hand lost by a point.

There is no senior game this weekend.

The minors have a big week coming up with a possible three games in four days. They entertain St John’s in Gaelic Park on Monday at 6, travel to Ballintra to play Naomh Brid at 6.00 on Wednesday and take on Kilcar away on Friday, although this last game is yet to be confirmed. The u-14s will also be busy with Naomh Naille in the championship in Mountcharles on Wednesday evening and either Kilcar or Naomh Naille in a regional league final on Friday. The club also wishes young Brian McHenry and our neighbours Aodh Ruadh the best of luck in the hurling Feile that weekend.

There were no jackpot winners in last week’s Bunotto. The three €50 winners were Dermot Doherty, Bundoran, Brian McCarron Tempo and Kathy McGloin, Bundoran. Tickets are on sale from Peter McIntyre and from James Keaney for the Bundoran GAA Country and Western night with up and coming country star Gerry Guthrie on Monday July 16th in the Allingham Arms.

TIR CHONAILL GAELS: Congratulations to all of our teams last week on winning their respective games. he seniors won last Tuesday evening in Mill Hill against St Kiernan’s in the semi final of the Tipperary cup. The lads won after extra time to secure a place in their second cup final of the year. Selector Maurice Carr was asked to name who played well and he said nobody! So no CB this week. Whoppa, Brian Collins and Caolan Doyle all had decent games. TCG 1-16 v 1-14 St Kiernans; AET

Reserves: The stiffs continued their excellent start to the season with a hard earned one point win over KKG at Greenford last weekend.

Gary Kane, not known for his scoring prowess stole the show with a personal tally of five points (anyone what knows Gary will tell you he hasn’t scored five points in his whole career) from his not so straight feet. The Gaels could not get daylight between themselves and the KKG with it going to the wire and with a nervous manager looking on.

Best on the day were Paddy Callaghan (looking sharp after his Horsenden hill run), Benny Quinn, Brendan Friel, Kieran Wall and Gary Kane.

Reserve League: TCG 1-12 v 2-8 KKG

Juniors: The junior team defeated Shalloe Pearses in the league last weekend by a score line of 1-12 to 2-8. The lads faced a stern Pearses side that got off to a great start scoring 4 unanswered points before the young Gaels got going. With points from Clive Mills ,Donal Gereghty and Paul Walsh it was back to a point at half time. As Pearses were never beaten until Gaels took the lead midway through the second half and eventually won by a single point.

Ladies: The result of the weekend was without doubt our ladies team winning their opening championship match against Clonbony on Sunday.

The girls have shown real grit and determination all season and really put on a show against Clonbony with Grace Cunningham, Katie O’Boyle, Mary Flaherty, Dara Davey, Carol and Fiona all performing well.

Keep up the good work girls and hopefully you will get your rewards at the end of the season. Final Score TCG 5-6 v 2-13 Clonbony:

Fixtures: The fixtures for the week ahead are as follows.

Thursday 28th June Mill Hill 7.30pm St Kiernan’s V TCG (Reserve League)

Tuesday 3rd July Greenford 7.30pm TCG v Neasden Gaels (Senior League)

London v Antrim: This Saturday London footballers entertain Antrim in the All Ireland qualifiers in Ruislip with a 1pm throw-in.

We wish all our club members involved with the team the very best and especially Coleman Hands who broke his leg training for them last week and we wish him a speedy recovery.

Sponsorship Launch: We have re-arranged the kit/sponsorship launch for this Friday 29th June at 7pm in the clubhouse. As you all know we had to cancel the last two due to the re-arranged championship game. Again, we would ask all members/ players to please try and get down and give Powerday a big welcome. A hot buffet will also be served.

We look forward to seeing you all on the night.

For lotto results see club website or contact JP O’Donnell.

London Under 12 Championship

Well done to the TCG Under 12 team who continue to improve with every outing. Having beaten Harlesden Harps and Tara in the group stages they lost a tough encounter with a very athletic and physically stronger Dulwich Harps team. Great defending limited a very impressive Parnells forward line to points only in the semi final. Unfortunately we were unable to convert enough of our own chances but gave a very good account of ourselves all over the pitch. Parnells went on to beat St Kiernans in the Cup final.

Visit by President Michael D Higgins to Ruislip GAA Ground

The U14s with a few guests from the U16 girls took part in an exhibition game at Ruislip on Saturday morning for the President of Ireland, Mr Michael D. Higgins. Well done to all who represented the club and enjoyed this historic occasion.

Kit/Sponsorship Launch:

The club are officially launching their new kit and sponsorship deal with Powerday this Friday night (29th June) in the clubhouse at 6.30-7pm. We would ask all players and members to come along and support this very important event. The new club merchandise is available to buy via Adrian in the Clubhouse.

NAOMH COLMCILLE: Naomh Colmcille reserves had no match this week.

Naomh Colmcille Scrap Saturday: Naomh Colmcille presents a unique opportunity to get rid of all your unwanted scrap metal and clothing and help your local GAA Club. This continues in the Killea / St. Johnston / Carrigans area; all you have to do is bring the listed items below to Gerard McDaid’s yard on the following dates:

Saturday 30th June 2012 between 9 am and 5pm

Saturday 7th July 2012 between 9 am and 5pm

If you need assistance with collection/transportation of any materials please contact any of our committee below and arrangements will be made to assist you:

Kieran Friel – 086 6056655

Naomh Colmcille Lotto: This week’s winning sequence was 3, 9, 14, 13 and 24. Match 3 number winners were Barry McDaid, Steven Friel and Imelda Devenney (€25 each). Next week’s jackpot €550. The club would like to thank Mary and Patsy McLaughlin for all their help and support with the Lotto over the last long number of years.

SEAN MacCUMHAILL’S: Sun 24 June.

Mac Cumhaills V Cloughaneely Senior

FT. Mac Cumhaills 3-09 Cloughaneely 0-10. Good second half performance from MacCumhaills, scoring 1-04 in a four min spell. Ran out comfortable winners.Scorers for MacCumhaills. David White 0-04 (2f), Paddy Hennigan 1-01, Barney Lafferty 0-01, Gavin Gallagher 0-01, Darren O Leary 1-01, Shaun Mc Gowan 1-01.

Mac Cumhaills V Cloughaneely Reserve

FT Mac Cumhaills 0-10 Cloughaneely 1-08.

MacCumhaills v glenfinn third team

FT Mac Cumhaills 1-10 Glenfinn 2-06. The third team continued their winning ways as we rtook on our neighbours in Mac Cumhaill. A very good team performance saw Mac Cumhaills win by the narrowest of margins. The thirds remain unbeaten so far this year. Well done to all the players and coaches.


U14 Footballers home to St Michaels 7.30pm.

U18 Hurlers. League final this Thur.

Seniors/Reserves Home to Malin Sun 1.30pm

U12 Boys. July 2. Home to Buncrana. 6.30pm.

Please keep an eye on our Facebook page as we will update any information as soon as we receive it.

NAOMH ULTAN: Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of 24/06/2012 were 4, 7, 10 & 22. There was no winner, consolation prizes went to Anne Kennedy, Brian McNern, Castleview & Roy Adair. Next week’s jackpot now stands at a massive €4900.

The club annual Cul Camp, now sponsored by Kelloggs, takes place from the 2nd to 6th of July. Registration can be done online on their website or on the first day of the camp. Prices this year start at €55, and discounts apply for a second child (€45), and a third & forth and so on (€40). The club are trying to put forward the idea of a day allocated for SDC Heart scans to take place in the clubhouse.

It would be open to all club members and would cost in the region of €40 to €60. It will be put towards all adult players in the meantime but it any person from the parish is interested please do not hesitate to contact any club executive.

The clubs clothes bank is now situated in the grounds of the club and is now very easily accessed as it has benn built into the the outer fencing of the grounds on the roadside. There was no adult football over the weekend but next week sees the seniors play twice, Friday and Sunday, against Robert Emmets and Naomh Colmcille respectively, both games being away from home. Emmets have no reserve team so the reserves have one game on the Sunday.

Our U14 side sadly lost out to Killybegs in the divisional final on Wednesday last, after a poor first half performance, they fought back brilliantly to change a 21 point deficit to 4 points but just ran out out of time. Final score was 4-14 to 4-8.

AN CLOCHAN LIATH: Ba iad 5, 9, 18 agus 22 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingeadh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus agus nior baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €1,700 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Marty Boyle The Glen, P.J. O’Donnell Chapel Road, Donna Joyce Main Street, Mary Greene Loughanure agus Eamon Clyne Cleendra.

Bhain Clair Treanor as Acres, Martina Reilly as St. Peter’s Tce., Rose Boyle as Acres, Shelia Sweeney as Kincasslagh agus Nan Meek as Aboligan €100. ag an bhingo.

Division 1 Reserve Result: An Clochan Liath 2-7 St Michaels 1-12 played on Friday evening 22nd of June 2012 in Rosses Park.

The Dungloe U10s were in action at home on Friday evening, Killybegs and Ardara both traveled to Rosses Park to take part in the blitz, it was the home team’s who came out on top in this highly entertaining night’s football with the A’s and B’s claiming victory.

The Martello Adventure Race will take place again this year as part of the Mary from Dungloe festival. The event will take place on Saturday 4th of August 2012 at the Maghery community center. This year the event will include categories for under 12’s, and under 16’s as part of a mini triathlon with reduced distances starting at an earlier time of 1pm, the senior event will start at 2.30pm where a new revised 5km route using a natural loop around the Maghery grave yard over to the beach finishing at the center will take place. So further details see Dungloe’s GAA face book page @ and click on the events link. Participants can also book on-line @ or pay on the day. The entry fee is €20 per senior individual, €50 per relay team, and €3 for the underage participants.

GLEANN FHINNE: There was no outright winner of last weeks lotto, the numbers drawn were 6,8,7,1,2,5,4,3.Mary Ward Glasagh, John Herron, Aaron and Bronagh Boyle matched first three to win E20 each,the jackpot now stands at E1150, the Captain for next week is Sean Bonner,all underage training continues at the usual times, the U/8s have a blitz next Saturday in Glenfin starting at 11am,the teams taking part are Glenfin, Letterkenny Gaels, Sean Mc Cools, and St Eunans [B], the u/10s have a blitz next Saturday in Killygorden, clubs competing are Red Hughs, Glenfin, and Glenswilly,the u/12s are at home to Robert Emmetts next Monday evening at 6-30pm,the u/14s finish off thier league program on Wednesday night at home to Malin, they came up against a very strong Naomh Colmcille side last week and were well beaten,hopefully they can now regroup for the championship which is due to start in a couple of weeks time, our u/14 girls held Kilcar to a draw last week but that was not enough for to see them qualify for the knockout stages , there is a possibility of more fixtures to come for this age group in the next few weeks,the u/16s travelled to take on Fanad Gaels last Monday night and depending on the outcome of that game will determine,who they play next, if they beat Fanad Gaels they will play the winners of the Letterkenny Gaels/Convoy match in the regional semi final away next Monday at 7-30pm, if they lose they will play the losers of that game in the shield semi also next Monday night, the minors are at home to Naomh Padraig Lifford next Friday at 7-30pm,the Seniors are down to play Naomh Brid next Friday evening in Balintra at 8pm, they and the reserves also face the long trip to take on Cloghaneely next Sunday at 1-30pm and 3pm, the Third team will play Naomh Columba next Sunday in Pairc Taobhoige starting at 6-30pm,they lost out by a point away to Sean Mc Cools last Saturday 0-13 to 2-6,the senior ladies game away against Moville was called off due to a waterlogged pitch,club membership of E30 is now overdue, and can be paid to the registrar Kathleen Mc Glynn, there are still a few Club Dhun na nGall cards available, Best wishes to Jim Mc Guinness and the Donegal team in the Ulster semi final against Tyrone.

NA ROSSA: The seniors lost out to N.Colmkille in their latest league match which was played in Dooey last Saturday evening.See Paper for match report.

The under 16s played Kilcar in the first leg of the championship which took place last Monday evening in Towney.The lads played very well as they came away with an excellent win.

Well done to Arianna Bonner and Shannon McHugh who represented Naomh ConaillU14s in the National Feile which took place in Co Laois last weekend.

NA DUNAIBH: Torthai an lotto don 25ú Meitheamh. Uimhreacha: 1-5-17-27. Ni raibh buaiteoir dón póta oir, bhí tri uimhir ag Sean Ó Coilla An Charraig, Anton Mac Éiteagain Murlog agus Sean Ó Conchubhair Na Dúnaibh agus tá €50 an duine bainnte acu. Níor bhain duine ar bith an beile do bheirt. Bhain Caitlín Ní Giolla Bhride Cluain tSalach an buideal fíon. Duais Dioltora- Óstan Na Trá. Beidh an tarraingt ar an Luan seo chugainn ins an Óstan Cuan Na Dúnaibh ag 11i.n. agus beidh €12,000 ar fail ins an phota óir. Ticeidi @ €2 ar fáil ó baill an fhochumann agus i siopa agus tithe tabhairne eagsula sa cheanntair.

Foirne Sinsir:

Ní raibh cluiche ag na foirne sinsir an seachtain seo chaite. Ar an Domhnach seo casann siad ar Aodh Ruadh Béal Atha Seannaigh as bhaile ag 1.30 agus 3.00i.n.

Bord Mionúr:

Leanainn traenáil fá choinne faoi-8, 10 & 16 ag an ionad gach Ceadaoin ag tosacht ag 6i.n agus traenáil fá choinne an foireann faoi-12 gach hAoine ag 5.45i.n.

Beidh blitz ar siúl fá choinne an foireann faoi-10 ar an pháirc ag tósacht ag 6i.n. ar an hAoine seo chugainn.

Bhí an bhua ag an foireann faoi-12 in eadain Gael Leitir Ceanainn ar an Luan is thuaigh thart. Casann said ar Naomh Adhamhnáin ar an Luan seo chugainn as bhaile ag 6.30i.n.

Bhí bhua easca ag an foireann faoi-16 in eadain N.Padraig, Leifear ins an craobh ar an Luan seo chaite, an scór deirneach 8-9 go 2-6.

Tá dhá cluiche ag an foireann faoi-18 an seachtain seo. Casann said ar Gael Leitir Ceanainn sa bhaile ar an Déardaoin ag 7.30i.n agus as bhaile in eadain An Tearmann ar an hAoine ag 7.30i.n.

Beidh an Kellogg’s cúl camp ar siúl an bhliain seo ón 9ú-13ú Iúil. Tuilleadh eolas le fáil ó Donnchadh Mac Giolla Bhríde ar 0876132360.

NAOMH MHUIRE: The under 12s played host to Dungloe on Monday evening last with good performances from Fintan Doherty, Conor Duffy, Michael mc Fadden, Mairtin Mannion and Hugh Sweeney on the night. The under 16s lost to a good Aodh Ruadh team on Monday also in the banks.

They play away to the same opposition next Monday evening. The under 14s play at home to Naomh Conaill on Wednesday evening at 5.30pm and this game is followed by the minors who play Kilcar at 7.30pm. Two tough games for both teams.

The under 8s and under 10s training will continue on Saturday morning at 10am. There will be no Under 10 blitz this week, training will continue at 10 o’clock on Saturday morning and training will also commence on Wednesday nights at 6 o’clock for the summer months. Congratulations to Daniel Ward, who finished 5th in the all County Under 12 Skills competition last Friday night in Glenswilly. The summer league will continue at 5.30pm on Friday evening.

On Sunday last the Seniors travelled to Fanad and played some of their best football of the year to come away with a good victory. The Reserves put in a good performance but lost by a goal in the end. This weekend is a free weekend with no fixture scheduled.

Congratulations to the four girls on the u-16 county panel – Erika Hanna, Jade O’Donnell, Sarah O’Gara and Caroline Sharkey. Also to the two Dungloe girls Aideen Meehan and Zaria Boyle. The 7a-Side competition in Glencolmcille is at11am this Saturday morning 30th due to the Donegal v Tyrone in Clones in the evening so please contact Donald if they are going to 7’s.

A Suicide Awareness course is taking place in Gweedore GAA club, on Tuesday the 10th of July. All our club members are encouraged to attend this talk.

Couch To 5k - Running for everyone. The club are considering starting an autumn programme out of the Naomh Mhuire GAA Clubhouse in the Banks from mid August ending with a Halloween 5k for all. Watch out for further details.

Condolences from the club to Cormac McGarvey and John McGarvey on the recent death of their mother.

Lotto details for week 13th June. Jackpot 2120 euro. No jackpot winner and three match 3 winners: Eamonn Hanlon – Coilcheim, Kitty Coll - Rann na feirste and Frankie McLaughlin - Mullachdubh. Numbers drawn were 5-7-10-22.

Next 100club draw takes place on the 27th of June. Sellers please have payments in on time and have everyone up to date. Anybody interested in purchasing Tickets @£5 each for a fundraising draw in aid of St Galls GAA club in Antrim please contact Joe Glynn mob 087-3119761 before 31st July.

NAOMH BRID: This weekend will be a special one for the club as we finally find out who our celebrity bainisteoir will be for the upcoming RTE series. Gates open at the pitch at 11.30am on Sunday morning and the cameras begin filming at 12pm.

The celebrity will arrive on the grounds at 12.15 and after meeting the players will begin their first training session around 1pm. It promises to be a great day so tell all your friends and family to come along and don’t miss out on your chance to make our TV screens.

Our seniors take on Glenfin this Friday night at 8pm at the pitch. Everyone is encouraged to get out and support the lads.

Our deepest sympathies go out to the Geraldine, Molly, PJ and the extended O’Carolan family on the sad passing of John on Monday. We have all truly lost a true friend and gentleman. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.

Our club lotto jackpot now stands at €11,700 so be sure to get your ticket in for next weeks draw. €25 winners this week were: John McGlinchey, Lepra and Joanne, Cathy Faulkner and Ann Walsh. Next weeks draw is in the Bay Bush Bar on 2nd July.

LETTERKENNY GAELS: Our seniors and reserves got back to winning ways at the weekend recording good victories over our neighbours Convoy. Both teams travel to Milford on Sunday next with 1.30pm and 3pm throw Inns.

The U16s advanced in the championship on Monday evening when they defeated Convoy. They now progress to play Glenfinn in the regional semi final on Monday evening next. Throw inn at Páirc na nGael at 7.30pm. The minor league resumes this week with league matches away to Downings on Thursday and at home to Milford on Friday evening both games Throw Inn at 7.30pm. The U14s play Robert Emmetts in the shield final on Wednesday the 4th July.

Venue to be confirmed. The U12s travelled to Downings on Monaday evening but were defeated. The host St Michaels at Páirc na nGael next Mondat night. U10 gaelic team travelled to Buncrana for a blitz on Saturday. All players performed well in their matches. Monthly u10 hurling blitz took place at St. Eunans. Gaels competed well in their matches.

The Hurling & Camogie Academy takes place from the 9th to the 13th July. Contact Sharon Harnett 0868405785 The Cúl camps for hurling takes place 7-9th Aug, contact Dan Harnett. The Cúl Camp for Gaelic 30th July-3rd August. contact Oisín Cannon 0867325955. Lotto results for W/ending 24th June were Nos were 1,4,6 &18. Match 3 winner was Martin Murray Castlebane Letterkenny.Next weeks jackpot is 3150Euro.

GAOTH DOBHAIR: Sraith Roinn 1

Sinsear: Cill Chartha 0-15 Gaoth Dobhair 3-12

Tacaíocht: Cill Chartha 2-15 Gaoth Dobhair 1-07

Faoi 16 Craobh

Bhí Gaoth Dobhair ró láidir do Naomh Colmcille sa cluiche cearthú ceannais de craobh an tuaisceart i mBaile Nua tráthnóna aréir nuair a chríochnaigh siad leis an scór 2-15 go dtí 0-02.

Aodhán Ó Fearraigh 0-5, Seosamh Mac Pháidín 1-2, Cian Ó Maolagáin 1-1, Niall Ó Fríl 0-2, Gavin Mac Giolla Bhríde 0-2, Dáire Ó Baoill 0-1, Seaghán Ó Fearraigh 0-1, Ryan Ó Gríofa 0-1. Beidh siad ag imirt Naomh Adhamhnáin sa cluiche leath cheannais tráthnóna Dé Domhnaigh 1ú i Machaire Gathlán.

Campa Samhraidh

Tá cúpla spás fágtha ar Campa 1 do pháistí 6 go 7 bl d’aois ón 9ú -13ú Iúil. Tá campaí 2 agus 3 lán. Caithfidh an foirm iarratais a bheith istigh roimh an 30ú Meitheamh nó beidh do spás a ghlacadh ag duine eigin eile. Tuilleadh eolais 087 2938230.

NAOMH COLUMBA: The club host the third annual Darren Mc Ginley memorial tournament this Saturday, with games starting at 11am at Páirc na nGael. Eight teams are expected to participate, and a good day’s sport and entertainment is guaranteed.

The kitchen at the clubhouse will be open on Saturday morning for anyone wishing to donate baked goods or other food items. We hope to see a large crowd turn out to support this important event in the club calendar. Well done to both our senior and reserve teams on important victories over St Nauls on Saturday evening last. We wish Gavin Maguire of St Nauls a speedy recovery from the injury he sustained during the game. At the time of going to press there was no fixture set for this weekend. Our third team lost out to Naomh Conaill on Friday evening last in Glenties. They travel to Glenfin this Sunday evening, for a 6.30pm throw-in.

In underage news, our under 12 team participated in the Mick and Patsy Herron Memorial Tournament in Ardara on Saturday. The team first overcame Mc Cumhaills, and set up a semi-final meeting with St Molaise Gaels of Sligo. A good victory in the semi meant a meeting with St Sylvesters of Dublin in the final, which we unfortunately lost. Well done to all who participated, and to Aaron Doherty who was named player of the tournament. Many thanks to our neighbours in CLG Ard a Rátha for organising such an enjoyable event.

Our under 14 lads are in championship action this week, with a first round tie v Na Cealla Beaga, set for Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in Páirc na nGael. Our minors are back in league action on Thursday night, with a home tie v Dungloe. Throw-in set for 6.30pm.

Good luck to all teams in action this week. We are now selling new-season club gear, including new jackets and new polo shirts. Please contact Margaret Doherty, Carrick or Noel Ellis for further information. Guímid ádh mór ar fhoireann an chontae agus iad ag tabhairt aghaidh ar an chluiche leath-cheannais Uladh ag deireadh na seachtaine. Níor bhaineadh lotto na seachtaine seo caite, agus tá duaischiste de €4,400 anois again. Ba iad na huimhreacha a tháinig amach ná 11-18-23-28.

TERMON: Thanks to everyone involved in the game to last Friday night in aid of the purchase of a defibrillator for Termon GAA. Thanks to the everyone who contributed on the night and to the players for their efforts on the field. Thanks to Deirdre Gallagher and James Cassidy who have been the driving force in getting a defibrillator for the club. Thanks to Lagoon for the refreshments after.

Minor Board:

Next Monday at 6.30 the U12s take on Milford in Milford. Both under 12 teams won against Gweedore away on Monday night. A win next Monday should guarantee a league final against St Eunans. All support would be appreciated.

Well done to Shane Doherty, Kilmacrennan on winning the Daisi, Donegal Creameries skills competition last week. Shane beat the pick of the rest of Donegal to win the skills title.

The minor boy’s take on Downings this Friday the 29th at 7.30 at the Burn Road in their final league game.

Texts will be sent regarding coaching and blitzes this Saturday morning.

The Cul camp takes place this year at the Burn Road from Monday the 13th to Friday the 17th of August. Mark the date in the diary for our future stars. By registering online with Kellogg’s parents can save €5 off the cost of the camp. See packs for details.

Ladies Board: Under 16 training takes place every Thursday at 5.30. All new players welcome.

The junior ladies had an excellent result against Lifford last Sunday. Maura Kelly, Orlaith Trarty and Lucy O Flynn. Depending on other results the junior ladies could be in a League final in the coming weeks. Well done to all involved.

The u14s season came to an end last week with a defeat to Milford. Well done to the girls for all their effort and commitment this year. Thanks also to Roisin, Niamh, Orlaith and Tara for their work with the team.

The u12 girls may have a blitz this Saturday morning in Fanad. Contact Lisa McGlynn for details.

Mens Board:

Our seniors and reserves took on Aodh Ruadh on Saturday evening with the reserves holding out for a draw against a strong Aodh Ruadh side with Mark Gallagher in good scoring form while the seniors had a good victory maintaining their excellent run of form with goals coming from Aidan Sweeney and Pauric “Geraldine” Hilferty. Both teams are away to Red Hughes this Sunday at 1.30 and 3.00pm.

The club wish Anton Friel and Brian McDaid speedy recoveries from shoulder injuries sustained at the weekend.


The Lotto draw took place in the Lagoon on Friday last. The numbers drawn were 3,12,15 and 16. There was no match 4 winner. Colm Gallagher matched 3 numbers and won €80. Damien Neilis and Gerard McCool were drawn in the open draw and won €10 each. Next week’s draw takes place in McClaffertys Churchill. Hugh Harkin and Bernard Gallagher are the coordinators. The jackpot is now €600.


Sympathy is  extended to  the  extended Doherty  family Derriscleigh on the  death  of  John  Doherty  who’s  burial  took  place  in Termon on Monday.

GLENSWILLY: The lotto numbers for this week were 2,3,10,14 and match 3 winner was local business man Brendan Walsh(e). This weekend sellers are Liam Molloy and Brian ‘Eddie Johnny’ McDaid

The senior team recorded their second victory of the year by beating Naomh Conail on Sunday evening. The reserve team lost the same fixture. The 3rds recorded another victory on Saturday evening.

All 3 teams are in actions against local rivals Saint Eunans this weekend, see local papers for dates and times of each match.

The under 16’s had a good victory over Malin in the Championship.