AODH RUADH: Many congratulations to Donegal on making the All-Ireland final with a superb performance against Cork. We have some pictures from the match up on We do not expect full details on ticket allocation until after the second semi-final between Mayo and Dublin.

AODH RUADH: Many congratulations to Donegal on making the All-Ireland final with a superb performance against Cork. We have some pictures from the match up on We do not expect full details on ticket allocation until after the second semi-final between Mayo and Dublin.

In anticipation of the demand for tickets the following two points should be noted. Full payment of any outstanding membership fees is a precondition of any ticket allocation.

The monthly senior club meeting takes place on Thursday 30th August in Aras Aoidh Ruadh 8.30pm. All committee members are asked to attend.

Aodh Ruadh continue their battle against relegation this Saturday with an important trip to Burt. The reserve game throws in 5.30pm and is followed by the seniors at 7pm.

The minors failed in their bid to take their championship contest with Kilcar to a third game last Wednesday. Aodh Ruadh held a 1-6 to 1-3 advantage at half time, but it was never going to be sufficient playing into a significant breeze in the second half. Kilcar reeled off six unanswered points at the start of the second half to effectively seal the win.

It was a disappointing performance from Ballyshannon, with the team seeming strangely out of sorts. Among the best for Aodh Ruadh were Daniel Kelly in nets who had little chance with the goals, made a number of fine saves and did the best he could with the kick outs while Colm Kelly lead the way, showing the kind of aggression that the game demanded.

There is a full match report and pictures on The minors will be in county minor semi-final action on Friday, 31st August when they take on Saint Eunan’s in MacCumhaill Park at 7.30pm. Once again, we will be looking for good support at that game. Aodh Ruadh’s under 13s face Bundoran in their league opener in Father Tierney Park on Friday, 31st August.

The hurling under 16s qualified for the county league final on Thursday last by defeating Setanta in the semi final in Fr. Tierney Park. The lads put in a good all round team performance and ran out convincing winners. They meet their Inishowen rivals Buncrana in the final, they have had some great battles over the last few years at under 14 and 16 level. The final on the 6th of September is sure to be another hard fought encounter.

The under 12s made the long trip to Carndonagh on Thursday last and came away with a narrow victory on a 5-3 to 4-3 scoreline. They have their final game in the league at home to Burt this Thursday, throw in at 7pm. a victory in this game would ensure a top four finish in the league for the lads.

Good luck to all under 14s and under 16s involved with the county squads who are taking part in the All-Ireland Blitzes on Saturday.

Last Tuesday evenings saw the under 16 girls take to the field for the first time this season against Saint Naul’s. It was a difficult task for both players and manager Claire Flood, who had come together for the first time since the loss of their much loved manager Colman Kerr, RIP.

A minutes silence was observed in his memory before the throw in. In true testament to Colman the girls pulled and dug deep to come out on top with a comprehensive win over the visitors. On Thursday evening the girls traveled to Ardara, where they continued they’re winning form, with another big win over the homesters.

On both evenings conditions were difficult but the girls pulled through with ease and displayed true heart and dedication, with great all round team performances. We have pictures from the Saint Naul’s match up on This Tuesday evening the girls will face Four Masters at home at 7pm.

Aodh Ruadh ladies would like to congratulate Tara Khan who played at corner back for the Donegal senior ladies last Saturday in the All-Ireland quarter-finals against Cork. In what was always going to be an uphill battle for the girls, without some key players the ladies struggled and were defeated on the day.

CLOUGHANEELY: Imreóidh na foirne sinsear agus tacaíochta Bundorain Dé Domhnaigh sa bhaile ar 1:30 agus 3:00. Seniors and reserves play Bundoran at home on Sunday at 1:30 and 3:00.

Beidh cruinniú míosiúil sa chlub theach dé Máirt 4ú ar 8:30.Comgháirdeas le Dún na nGall dé Domhnaigh seo caite.

Bhí bua maith ag an fhoireann faoi21 sna Dúnaibh in éadan Baile na nGallóglach an tSeachtain seo caite scór deireanach CCF 4 12 b na nGallóglach 1 10.

Bhuail na mionúir Cill Chartha sa sraith le gairid agus tá siad fríd go dtí an cluiche ceannais anois scór deireanach CCF 5 13 C Chartha 1 09. Good luck to both the ladies team and the minors who are through to county finals in the coming weeks.

Club Members only who are looking for tickets to the All Ireland final should give their name to Marie Mc Clafferty only by September 9th, 0861203713

ERNE GAELS: Numbers drawn in The Jolly Farmers on 26th August:

7,9, 18, 28. here: M+M Cox-Daly, PJ Rooney, and Lauren Gormley - Each Wins £10. Next Weeks Jackpot will be £1,150

Next Weeks Draw Will Take Place next Sunday in the black cat cove 2nd of September at 9pm.

Any Club Member looking for All Ireland tickets, please note this will be done in a draw basis, and you must be a club member to be in the draw.

Fixtures for The Upcoming Week: u-16s play st pats at 12noon on sunday

U-16’s are due to play Roslea on 7th september @7pm

u-16s play enniskillen gaels this wednesday 29th @ 7pm

FOUR MASTERS: The €50 winners in the Annual Lotto for Week 07 were Brian Espey, Ballhill and Manus Meehan, Drimarone. The numbers drawn were 7, 13, 16 & 21 with the jackpot now standing at €1,800.

Adult members should note that they can make an application in writing for ONE All-Ireland Football Final ticket to Paul Timoney/Sean Dunnion or by email to not later than Friday September 7th.

GLENFIN: There was no outright winner of last weeks lotto , the numbers drawn were 4,3,2,6,7,8,1,5.the Jackpot now stands at E1600, the captain for next week is Liam Breen,Underage training is at the usual times.

A big thank you to all who helped out last week to make the Training Camp organised by Cumann Peil na m Ban, such a great success, our U/13 boys are away to St Eunans [C] on Friday night at 6-45pm,the U/13 girls are at home to Robert Emmetts on Wednesday at 6-30pm,the u/15s are away to Cloghaneely next Sunday at 12 noon,Minors are at home to winners of Letterkenny Gaels / Termon on Wednesday at 7pm,in the championship quarter final,the seniors and reserves are at home to Killybegs on Sunday at 1-30pm and 3pm, this is a must win game if we are to keep our promotion hopes alive, the seniors had a good win in the Tommy Ryan last Thusday evening when the defeated Cloghaneely 2-8 to 0-5,, they are down to play Glenswilly this Tuesday in Lawrence Mc Ginty final, the Third team qualified for the quarter finals of the Junior [B] championship when they easily overcame Milford last Friday, the draw for the next round will be made this week,the monthly meeting of the senior and bord na nOg will be held next Tuesday in the sports centre at 8-30pm sharp,the all county quiz in aid of the Donegal senior team was held in Harkins Bar last Friday evening the event raised E400 for the training fund and the top two teams will go on to the all county final in the Abbey Hotel on Thursday 20th September, Clg Gleann Fhinne would like to congratulate Frank, Jim and all the Donegal senior panel on their magnificent win against Cork last Sunday,commiserations to the Donegal ladies who lost in the all ireland quarter finals last Saturday.

GLENSWILLY: Congratulations to the Donegal Senior Team and especially Glenswilly players Michael Murphy, Neil Gallagher and Gary McFadden on their wonderful success in reaching the All Ireland Final. It will be a very busy and exciting few weeks now leading up to the final. Ticket orders are now being taken by club secretary Sharon McGinty. All orders in writing or by email only please. Email Priority will be given to club members - one ticket per member.

The final of the Laurence McGinty Cup will be held this evening Tue in Glenswilly at 7pm between Glenswilly and Glenfinn.

Congratulations to the U16 team who won the Div 3 championship on Monday evening with a good win over Downings. The U13 girls will travel to play McCumhaills on Wed at 6pm. The U13 boys will travel to Fanad on Friday evening while the U15’s have a home game against Letterkenny Gaels on Sunday at 12pm. The Senior and Reserve teams have an away match on Sunday against Four Masters at 1.30 and 3pm.

Louise, Karen and Mary would like to thank all the parents and volunteers who helped at the summercamp especially the teenagers, their help was greatly appreciated.

LETTERKENNY GAELS: Our Club are holding a Family Fun Day at their grounds in Páirc na nGael at the Glebe on Sunday starting with the usual Fun Day activities at 1pm.

The Organising Committee have been busy preparing a large Programme of Activities for all the families to enjoy including Athletics, Hurling Skills, Free Kick and Penalty Kick Competitions and Novelty Events including Spud & Spoon, 3 legged, Sack, Wheelbarrow and Family Relay Races.Other Novelty events will include the popular Stocks, Wellie Throwing, Lucky Dip, Guess the Name of the Gaels Mascot, Guess the number of Sweets in the Jar, Lucky Dip and Face Painting etc.

Hospitality will be provided in Marquee Tents including the usual delicious Home Baking and Cake Sales. Barbecue food and Ice Cream will also be served. An Under 5’s Play Area will be provided, however children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is free. Nominal charges will apply to the activities on offer. So, if you and your family fancy an afternoon out, please come along next Sunday afternoon and enjoy the fun on offer for all the family.For more information please contact any Club Officer. Lotto results for week-ending the 26th August No’s drawn were 7,8,17 and 20

Match 3 winner was John & Anne Kilkenny Friends of the Gaels. Next weeks jackpot will be 3,550 The Reserves were defeated away by Lifford in the 2nd leg of the junior championship on Sunday. The home team winning comfortably. The U13s are away to St Michaels on Thursday evening. Throw In at 6.30pm. The U15s play away to Glenswilly on Sunday next Throw Inn at 12 noon.

KILCAR: CLG Chill Chartha would like to congratulate Patrick, Mark, the Donegal panel and management on their victory against Cork on Sunday. All-Ireland Final tickets - As availability of tickets are limited, all club members must have ordered their tickets by Tuesday the 4th of September. Individual names must be given for each ticket ordered. All tickets are €80. Orders can be given to either Nicola Doogan, Fiona Mc Ginley, Kevin Doogan or John Curran. The winning Lotto numbers were 3, 12, 22 and 23. No Jackpot winner. Lotto plus numbers were 7, 11, 13 and 22, no winner. Draw winners were: €50 - Margaret Campbell, Meenboy; €30 - Owen Breslin, Straleel; €20 - Tracey Byrne, Largymore. Lotto Jackpot next week is €1800 . There was no winner of this weeks Bingo Jackpot and next week it will be €1250 on 45 numbers. Bingo winners €150 Lettie Doherty, €80 Brid Mc Callaigh €110 Teresa Mc Brearty. Club updates are available on the new club website. New club gear is also now on sale and contact club officers for prices.

KILLYBEGS: The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 8, 13, 27 and 30. There was no match 3 winner. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €4,800 and Match 3 is €120. The team selling Killotto this week is Willie Tully’s team. Next week sellers 8th of September are Billy Broderick, Brendan McGuire, Jason Noctor and Conal Breslin. 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 Tara Gallagher, Killybegs. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1,850 on 47 calls.

Congratulations to the Donegal team in defeating Cork last Sunday and getting to the All-Ireland final.

MILFORD: This week’s Lotto Numbers were 9-16-19-20. No jackpot winner. Two match three get €35 each. Damien Toland Upper Mount Marion and Sharon Molloy Rosgarrow. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,610.

Hard luck to the reserve team who were beaten by a very good Glenfin team in the championship last Friday evening.

The senior ladies play Dungloe in the semi final of the junior championship this weekend. Keep an eye on the club’s website and facebook page for details of venue and time. All support would be appreciated.

Congratulations to the Donegal team on their fantastic win over Cork in last Sunday’s semi-final. Any members looking for tickets for the final should give their name to Kathleen Friel as soon as possible. It should be noted that it is highly unlikely that the club will receive enough tickets to meet the demand from club members The club executive will decide on the fairest way of distributing the tickets received.

NA DUNAIBH: Bhí trí uimhir ag Raymond Máirtín Ó Loinnsaigh Gort Na Braide agus tá €150 bainnte aige. Níor bhain duine ar bith an beile do bheirt. Bhain Karen Ní Giolla Bhríde Largan Riabhach an buideal fíon. Duais Dioltora- Patsy. Beidh an tarraingt ar an Luan seo chugainn ins an Óstan Cuan Na Dúnaibh ag 11i.n. agus beidh €4,200 ar fail ins an phota óir.

Casann an foireann tacaíocht ar Na Rossa ins an cluiche cáilithe í Gleann tSuilí ins an Craobh soisear B ar an Satharn seo chugainn ag 7i.n.

Casann na foirne sinsir ar An Mhaigh sa bhaile ar an Domhnach seo chugainn ag 5.30 agus 7i.n.

Theip ar an foireann faoi-16 ins an cluiche ceannais in éadain Gleann tSuilí ar an Luan is thuaigh thart.

Cuireann an foireann faoi-13 tús leis an seisiúir in éadain An Mhaigh as bhaile ar an hAoine seo chugainn ag 7i.n.

NAOMH BRID: Our reserves played out a 1-8 to 0-11 draw on Friday night away to Killybegs.

Congratulations to David Walsh and the county team on their victory over Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday.

Our minors defeated Naomh Columba at home on Friday night on a scoreline of 0-15 to 1-11. This now means the tie will go to a play-off with Glen having won the first leg. Great performances from Alan Quinn, Jamie Dorrian and Sean Duffy helped the lads to victory.

NAOMH COLUMBA: The club wish to congratulate Jim McGuinness and the county team on a breathtaking performance on Sunday. A truly amazing weekend has one thing on everyone’s mind, so here goes: Deadline for orders for All Ireland Final tickets is 2pm on Monday.
Due to the allocation of tickets we expect to receive from the County Board, we envisage that demand will exceed supply within the club. Priority will be give to fully paid up club members where possible. Please contact: Seamus Kennedy 087 2058804 / 074 9739049. Noel Ellis 087 9192867. Geraldine McGuire 086 3715260.

On a sadder note, the club wish to extend their sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of the late Andrew Duffy, RIP. To our companions at Termon GAA, we are thinking of you all at this tragic time. Go ndéanfaidh Dia trocaire air a ainm. Underage news for the coming week: at the time of going to press our under 21 side were due to host Naomh Colmcille on Tuesday evening in the championship. Our under 13 side are due to travel to Ballintra on Friday evening, with a 6.30pm league fixture.

Update on the Charity Cycle: all cyclists travelling to Donegal are asked to register at the clubhouse from 8.45 am that morning. We are running buses for cyclists, and are transporting the bicycles up also. Buses will leave at 9.30am sharp. Everyone with sponsorship cards is asked to return them to the clubhouse that morning. Go raibh maith agaibh. Ní raibh buaiteoir ar bith ar lotto na seachtaine seo caite. Ba iad na huimhreacha a tháinig amach ná 5-6-7-15. Duaischiste na seachtaine seo chugainn ná €5300.

NAOMH CONAILL: There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 3,10.23 and 27. Two prizes of €50 went to Dim Melly Leitir and Patricia Mullen Killybegs. Next weeks jackpot is €2,900.

The 10th draw in the 200 Club took place at the Community Centre bingo last Tuesday. 1st prize €500 Cormac Quinn The Glen Tavern. 5 prizes of €100 each Mary Quinn The Glen Tavern,Joe mc Glinchey Main Street, Vincent Cranley Kilraine, Fiona Quinn Fintown and Pauline Doherty Meenahalla.

The U13’s got their season off to a winning start when they had a great victory over Bundoran. Bundoran 6-06 7-17 Naomh Conaill. This Friday 31st August they are home to Ardara. Check website for time.

The U14’s play Ardara in the Division One Regional Championship Final this Wednesday 29th August in Dooey at 7.30pm. Good Luck Boys.

Well done to the U15 team that won the County Og Sport on Monday night in Gweedore where they recorded victories in all of their 3 games. Naomh Conaill 8-06 0-02 Convoy, Naomh Conaill 3-07 1-01 Na Rossa and Naomh Conaill 4-09 0-05 Gweedore. They will now go forward to represent Donegal in Ulster which takes place on Saturday 8th September in Stewartstown Co Tyrone.

The minors were beaten by Naomh Mhuire last Wednesday in the Championship quarter final second leg. Naomh Mhuire 2-11 1-03 Naomh Conaill. The play-off between them now takes place this Friday 31st August at 7pm in Dooey.

The U21’s bet Bundoran in the U21 A Football championship on Monday night. Bundoran 2-07 2-12 Naomh Conaill.

The third team had a narrow victory over Naomh Ultan at home last Saturday in the Junior B Football Championship. Naomh Conaill 1-09 1-08 Naomh Ultan.

The reserves and seniors are home this Sunday 2nd September to Ardara in the league. The reserve game is at 1.30 followed by the senior game at 3pm.

The minor board held a very successful camp last week. Thanks to everyone who helped out. Thanks especially to Leo and Marty who came down on Friday to make presentations to all the children who attended the camp.

The club launched their harvest fair draw recently. 1st prize €1,000 2nd 42” flatscreen television, 3rd 2 All Ireland Football tickets 4th Digital camera 5th €100. Tickets are €5 each or €10 for a book of 3. Teh draw will take place on Friday 14th September. Tickets are now on sale.

Naomh Conaill ladies GAA underage and senior AGM will be held on 28th September at 8pm in the clubhouse. It is very important that all members, mentors,players and parents of the underage players attend.

Congratulations to the Donegal Senior team on a brillant performance against Cork to reach this years All Ireland Final. The club is very proud of all the Naomh Conaill lads associated with the team - players Anthony,Leo, Dermot and Marty, Manager Jim and kitman Joe. Well Done Lads.

NAOMH MHUIRE: The minors play Naomh Conaill on Friday in the play-off at Na Rossa’s pitch in Dooey at 7pm. This game will decide who progresses so all support appreciated. The under 13s play Dungloe in the banks on Friday evening at 6.30pm. Thanks to all the coaches and parents who helped out on the trip to Dublin at the weekend. A good trip was had with 164 kids and parents travelling.

The seniors and Reserves will play at home to Naomh Brid this Sunday with 1:30pm and 3:30pm throw ins.Naomh Mhuire Bord na nÓg

Peil na mBan; u16 Girls had a bumper haul last week with two victories against Dungloe and Cloich Cheann fhaola. Three wins in their section so far and into the next round of the championship. The U-13s lost away to Fanad Gaels on Wed last. u12 Dev squads come to a conclusion this weekend with a blitz between the five divisions in Letterkenny on Saturday morning. Commhghairdeas dó Sadhbha Ni Bhaoill who was part of the GO-Games exhibition at half-time at the All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Cork. We are still collecting for the Bags2club, anyone who has clothes, hats , belts, paired shoes, etc can leave the bags in the clubhouse or contact any club member and we can collect it from your home. Deadline for collection is September 1. Some new 22” club bags are for sale again €28 each.

The date for the child protection course has not yet been finalised, but hoping to have it up and running by end of Aug. or early Sept. Names still being taken by children’s officer Dónal Ó’Séarcáigh 0863189331. This is a very important course for members of the club who are working with youth and adult teams ,also parents can benefit from doing this course as it give an insight into how the club is looking after the welfare of our members.

A date for the dairy: The Finbar and Frankie Fun Run/Walk will take place on Friday 21st September in the Banks. An evening to remember two great club stalwarts. More details to follow.

Lotto details for week 22nd August. Jackpot 2720 euro. No jackpot winner and no match three winner: Numbers drawn were 10-1-16-19.

NAOMH ULTAN: Notice regarding tickets for the All-Ireland Final. Tickets will only be available to Club Members - For non-club members, the club will be accepting club membership until this Friday, August 31th. Please note all new members may not be guaranteed tickets as the tickets will be allocated to original members firstly, but still are increasing their chances as second and third allocations of tickets may occur from Croke Park. May all be also reminded under no circumstances will the club be allocating tickets to non-members, the only way to be in with a chance is by becoming a club member by this Friday. Strictly One Ticket Order per Club Member - When requesting/ordering a ticket, you cannot order more than one ticket; you must place a single order for yourself. Orders will be done on a single basis and under no circumstances may the ticket be passed on/sold to anyone else, doing so is risking being blacklisted from club membership for the oncoming year. Refunds will be made available if any person who purchased a ticket from the club is unable to attend. Please contact the Club Secretary Only - When ordering tickets only contact the club secretary, Stephaine Kyles on 0876307570 via text message, please do not ring during working hours.

Do not contact any other club executive regarding ticket orders. Tickets must be ordered by Sunday 9th September - No concessions are available for the final therefore each ticket is set at €80. It is not advisable to order tickets for young children as there is no guarantee the tickets allocated will be seated in the same row/section as others. Family membership entitles a family to three tickets, two parents and a child.

Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of 26/08/2012 were 11, 12, 21 & 22. There was no winner, consolation prizes went to Sean Curran Brenter, Joe Erskine & Brid McCallig. Jackpot now stands at a massive €5320. The reserve team were in action last Saturday and were unfortunately knocked out of the Junior B championship after a one point defeat to Glenties on a scoreline of 1-9 to 1-8.

NA ROSSA: Congratulations to Jim and the Donegal squad on a brilliant win at the weekend.From all at Na Rossa.

The reserve squad last Friday lost out to Downings in the second leg of the Junior B championship and will now play a third game to qualify for the next round.

The seniors had no game at the weekend.

The under 15s squad participated in this years County Og Sport final which took place last Monday evening in Gweeore. Other teams competing were Gweedore(hosts), Convoy and Naomh Conaill.

ST EUNAN’S: The Donegal team did the people of Donegal the world over proud on Sunday with their towering performance against Cork in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final. Congratulations to Rory, Kevin, Jim and all the players.

The Seniors and Reserves will take on Gaoth Dobhair in the Park on Sunday in the League. Throw-in times are 1:30pm and 3pm.

We still have no update on Naomh Columba’s protest over our first leg game in Glen in the Junior Championship.

The U21 championship was due to be played this week, with our lads meeting the winner of the Killybegs v Kilcar game on Friday night but it may not go ahead after Donegal’s win.

The Minors will take on Gaoth Dobhair in the Northern Championship semi-final this Wednesday (29th) in the Park. Throw-in at 7pm. Then on Friday, they will take on Aodh Ruadh in the league semi-final in Ballybofey, throw-in again at 7pm.

The U-15 boys will take on Burt in the Northern Board championship quarter-final on Sunday in the Park at 12 noon.

The U14 boys await the Southern Board runner-up in the championship semi-final on Wednesday, Sept. 5th. They will meet either Ardara or N. Conaill in the semi-final.

The U13 Boys begin their League campaigns this Friday evening. The Div. 1 team take on MacCumhaills at home. The Div. 2 team will travel to Milford on Sunday and the Div. 3 team are also at home on Friday to Glenfin, throw-in times for these games to be confirmed.

The U14 girls take on Fanad in the Park next Monday at 7pm. The girls U12 county development blitzes are in the Park on Saturday morning.

Plans are being finalised for our World Record Attempt on September 29th in conjunction with all schools in the greater Letterkenny Area. More details will be released in the next week with information packs arriving at schools.

There were two winning tickets in this weeks lotto draw and they win €50 each. The numbers drawn were: 7-10-19-22. Michael Bonner, Crieve Rd and Mary O’Loan, c/o Gerard O’Loan, Lurgy (both Adrian). Next week’s jackpot is €2,300.

All monies owed for the Club ties are now overdue. Please pay Paul McGovern asap if you have received your tie(s). If you ordered a tie but have still not received it, contact Paul on 086-8114151. We extend our sympathies to the Duffy family in Termon.

ST MICHAEL’S: Well done to Jim McGuinness and the Donegal team on reaching the county’s first All Ireland Final since 1992 on Sunday last by defeating Cork by 0-16 to 1-11 in Croke Park on Sunday last in the semi final.

Well done also to the St. Michael’s men Colm McFadden, Martin McElhinney, Daniel McLaughlin and Christy Toye who were part of the team on the day and to Peter Witherow and Antoin McFadden who are part of the panel. This was an historic day for the county and the club.

Please note club members will be prioritised for tickets first and those that have been getting tickets for Donegal games on ongoing basis from the club. We do not know what allocation the club receives as yet. All tickets adult and child are €80 each. Further information will be released on club facebook and next week’s notes. Deadline for orders will be 10th September. Orders to Patricia Kelly 0861239435, Nicola Ferry 0863084164, Liam Mc Elhinney 0868611097. No orders for over 4 tickets from any one person.

St. Michael’s GAA Club extended deepest sympathy to the parents John and Margaret, sisters Leanne and Caroline on the tragic death of their dear son and Brother Andrew on Sunday last in Dublin. Sympathy is also extended to the entire family circle and to the entire Termon GAA Club on their sad loss.

In the Junior B Championship on Sunday last St. Michael’s were narrowly defeated by 2-9 to 2-7 by Red Hughs at the Bridge on Saturday evening last. The St. Michael’s scorers were Oran McGee 1-2, Liam McMullan 1-0, K. Boyle 0-1, Gavin McGinley 0-1, C. McElhinney 0-1. and S. McFadden 0-1.

ST NAUL’S: We extend our sincere sympathies to our club secretary Edward Maguire on the sad passing of his father Michael last Saturday.

Our sympathies also go to the extended Maguire families. Ar dheis De go raibh a Anam.

There was no winner of last week’s slotto jackpot. The consolation prize of €80 was won by Christy Jordan ,Inver. This week’s jackpot is €370.

Our club meeting will take place on Monday September 3rd at 9pm in the clubhouse.

TIR CHONAILL GAELS: This Sunday 2nd September our junior team play in their biggest game of the year when they lock horns with Saint Anthonys for a place in the championship final.

The young guns have matured to no end throughout the year and have given their all, but on Sunday they will have to up the tempo to another level for them to beat a fancied Saint Anthonys at Ruislip.

This is not just a massive game for the team but for also the whole of the club with us celebrating this historic year and the pride this team has put into the club.

The throw-in is at 3pm and the club asks all members to come out and support the lads.

The club would like to pass on our condolences to the Round Towers club, friends and family of the late Mickey Collins.

Mickey passed away last week after a long illness and he will be fondly remembered as a great Gael for the Towers and London GAA. May he rest in peace.

Numbers drawn 18-21-23-24 No jackpot winners £25 lucky dip winners 

Pat Halvey, c/o The Three Wishes,  JP O’ Donnell, c/o TCG, 

K Cunningham, Ealing  Hughie Cunningham, c/o TCG

This week’s draw takes place on Thursday 30th August with a jackpot of £2,050.

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