Club Call

Tom Comack


Tom Comack

Club Call
The latest news from your club.

The latest news from your club.


There was no winner of our weekly flotto, the numbers drawn were: 9, 25, 27 and 29. Consolation prizes went to Kate Ryan, Ballykilduff and Anne Sharpe, Kinaughty.

The seniors added two more important league points to the board last weekend with victory over Killybegs at home. The Reserves will take on the same opposition this Saturday evening in Pearse Park with a 6.30pm throw-in.

The Third team continued their recent good run of form win a home win over St Eunan’s. The side travels to Glenswilly on Friday night where the action gets under way at 8pm.

Well done to the U14s who have advanced to the County League final following victory over MacCumhaill’s. They will take on Bundoran in the final.


Anyone who has ordered tickets to this weekends Ulster semi sinal between Donegal and Down please note that tickets will be available for collection at the clubhouse from 7.30pm on Thursday, June 20th.

A exciting and fun filled weekend is planned for the 25th, 26th and 27th of July to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the clubs foundation. There will be games, blitzes, skills competitions, Milford’s Strongest Man, Chinese Lanterns (in aid of Living Links) and loads loads more. For more information on what is going on over this weekend signup to our newsletter, send your name and email address to Milford or to 086-3400082

Na Rossa

The seniors had no game at the weekend and the under 12s played their first game of the season last Monday evening as they travelled to Dunkineely but found their hosts to strong on the night. They play Kilcar in Dooey this Monday evening. Throw in 6.30 pm.

The under 16s play Four Masters, next week date and time to be confirmed. The club lotto jackpot was not won, the numbers drawn were 7-9-10-14. Lauren Walsh, Dooey and John Craig, Ballinacarrick were the lucky dip €50 winners. Next weeks jackpot will be €7,250.

Letterkenny Gaels

The U-8 football team travelled to Red Hughs and despite a very wet morning, enjoyed a successful blitz. The U14 boys are through to the Division Two county league final after defeating Killybegs in an exciting match on Saturday. The Gaels fought back from a half time deficit to come through in the end. The U-14 hurlers lost the B league final and lost by a point to St. Eunans. The football final is fixed for Convoy on Wednesday 19th with a 7.15pm throw inn.

The U10 hurlers took two teams to the blitz in Burt and won all their matches. The U-12 camogie team were unlucky too lose to MacCumhaills by a single goal having led for most of the match.

The U-14 girls football team played Fanad Gaels at home and St. Michaels away last week and showed great potential in both games. The U-8’s and u-10 training this Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30. There is no underage training this Sunday due to Donegal game but will resume the following week.

The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl camp will be held in July 29th July to 2nd August. For more information contact Oisín Cannon at 0867325955. The Lotto numbers for the week ending 10th June were 17,18,22 and 23. The lucky dip winners were Chloe Flannery 18 St Brigids Tce. Sligo.

The Lotto numbers for the week ending 17th June were 2,8,19 and 20. The match 3 winner Barry Fitzgerald, 12 Knocknamona Park. Next weeks jackpot is €2,300.


It was good week for Bundoran GAA and pride of place must go to the girls of St Macartan’s NS who won the county championship in O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny, on Thursday. Well done to Master Tighe and his team. Many of the same girls were out again the following night as Bundoran u-14s won in Killybegs.

It was also a great week for the club’s U-14 footballers who pulled another one of those amazing second half performances to over-turn an eleven point half-time deficit to beat St Eunans in the county league semi-final in Fr Tierney Park. Losing 6-5 to 3-3 at the break they scraped home by the minumum 7-9 to 7-8. The final against Ardara takes place this Friday, June 21st.

Well done to the seniors who won in their first away game of the season in Buncrana, on Friday night. Bunotto winners were Shane McGowan on the double and Paddy Conlon.The jackpot now stands at €2,900.

Naomh Muire

The U-14 Girls have got off to a flying start with great victories against Dungloe and Ardara. They are home to Naomh Columba on Thursday night.

The G4G squad have competed in the county blitz in Letterkenny on the fifth of

June and on Saturday we were at the Ulster blitz in the Tyrone Centre of Excellence where we had fifty one girls participating.

This Monday 17th we are back to week nine of our schedule and preparing for the

National G4G Blitz in Croke Park on July 15 th.

The seniors and reserves as they made the short trip to Falcarragh at the weekend. The seniors lost and the reserves put in another good performance to come away with a draw. The Intermediate Championship will be the next game on July 6th.

St. Michael’s

The club will distribute tickets the Donegal versus Down match on this Friday night the 21st June between 7 and 8pm.

Both teams were at home to Gaoth Dobhair Sunday last in the league. The seniors who were depleted and lost by the narrowest of margins.

The reserves also lost narrowly as well. The young players that came into the team Brandon McColgan, Dara McCarry Daniel Doak all played well. The team and scorers were Joe Gallagher, Stephen Horan, Neil Toye, Hughie McGee 0-1, Brandan McColgan, Paul Creamer, Chris McElhinney, Paul Baird, Dara McCarry, Keelan McGee, Stephen McPhilemy 0-1, Michael Langan 1-2, Patrick McFadden, Daniel Doak, sub John McFadden for Stephen McPhilemy, Dean Fleming for Keelan McGee blood sub.

Owing to the Graveyard Mass, in Holy Cross cemetery on Sunday June 30th at 4pm, the St. Michael’s v Glenswilly match in the senior championship will probably now be on Saturday June 29th, more details next week.

The lotto sellers for June 22nd in Dunfanaghy are Brendan Rodden and Michael Gallagher, Creeslough Paul Baird and Lorcan McDaid. June 29th June Dunfanaghy, Andrew Coll and Tommy McGinley, Creeslough, Stephen Doak and Ryan Langan. July 6th July Dunfanaghy, Liam Paul Ferry and Daniel McLaughlin, Creeslough, Brian McLaughlin and Raymond McLaughlin.

This years Runegal around Hornhead is being run by St. Michael’s GAA Club on the 13th July. .

Anyone that have any unwanted or unused cups/mugs we would appreciate their donation to the clubhouse.

This years Cul Camp will take place from Monday July 29th until Friday August 2nd 2013 1 child €55/week. 2 children €45/week 3,4,5 children €40 each / week.

The U-14s played Moville on Saturday morning last. Moville were the stronger in the first half and led by two points at half time. A goal from Anthony Browne started the comeback for St. Michaels in the second half and went on to win comfortably.

The U-12s travelled to Portsalon on Monday evening last to play Fanad Gaels. It was a perfect night for football and the A’s played some fantastic football and won well. Carlos O’Reilly drove the team on from midfield and was ably assisted by Captain Anthony Browne.

The B’s battled back from a big half time deficit but couldn’t do enough and lost out narrowly. Cian Alcorn and Ciara Rodden were the star performers. The 12’s play Downings away next week.

The U-10s blitz that was scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed until later in the summer.

The Under 8’s blitz was postponed on Saturday due to the inclement weather. A blitz will take place this Saturday in Falcarragh at 11am with the bus leaving Creeslough at 10am.

Tir Chonaill Gaels

U8/U10’s Blitz, on Saturday June 22nd - Parnells, Northwick Park - 11.15am-3.30pm

U8’s (Only)

Saturday 6th July 6th - St.Dymphnas GFC- Annual Benny McCaffery Memorial

Tournament and Club Day time 11.30-2.30pm, St.Josephs RC Junior School, Gardenia Ave, Luton Beds, LU3 2NS.

The girls youth team took part in a mixed team exhibition game with

Tara’s on Saturday 15 June during the filming with Midas Productions

for the GAA Abroad documentary at Fulham Irish. Thank you to all the

players and their parents and our two captains Shannon

Campbell and Regan Conaghan who led their teams to a 1-3 to 1-3 draw.

Summer Camp – Tuesday 27th – Friday 30th August (4 days) 9am-4pm

If you wish for your children to attend this years summer camp please

contact Judy on 07973704947 or Patricia on 07940732433.

Thanks to Geraldine, Karen and Judy for organising our ladies

fundraising night at the club last Friday. Special thanks go

also to Maurice, Keano and Stocker for their fantastic painting and

decorating efforts around the club prior to the event.

Don’t forget to support our club lotto at

Aodh Ruadh

The seniors lost in Newtowncunningham last Saturday while a badly depleted reserve side also lost.

The under 16s host Naomh Columba on Friday 21st June in Father Tierney Park at 7.30pm.

The teams for the 56th annual Bakery Cup competition were selected last Wednesday. Conal Sweeney, Sean Taylor, Patrick McCaffrey and Shane Dorrian were appointed captains. Games are expected to commence on the week commencing 24th June and continue over the course of the following month, with the final to take place as curtain raiser for a home Aodh Ruadh adult fixture.

The Bakery Cup is open to all under 14 and under 12 boys in the area. Any one not listed who wishes to play is invited to contact: Alan Sweeny on 0868052816, Peter McKenna on 0879755466 or Jim Kane on 0862849425 and you will be allocated to a team.

The 12s lost to Ardara on Monday evening on a scoreline of 4-11 to 2-11. The homesters started strong in the first half, but Aodh Ruadh fought back in second and played some excellent football at stages. The half back line of Mark McGlynn, Tiernan Dolan and Philip Cassidy put up a great battle, and the midfield of Senan Rooney and Shane Gillespie also grafted hard.

Matthew McDonald had a good outing in defence, while up front Adam Clarke was tireless at half forward. The team are back in action next Monday, 24th June when they host Killybegs. Throw is 6.30pm for that game.

The U8s have a blitz this Saturday 22nd June in Father Tierney Park, with Naomh Bríd and Erne Gaels also taking part. Games are expected to get under way at 11am.

There is a meeting of Bord na nÓg next Tuesday, 25th June in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh at 8pm.

For the first time since 1977 senior hurling silverware has returned to the banks of the Erne. Aodh Ruadh defeated MacCumhaill’s in Ballybofey on a scoreline of 2-17 to 0-13 to win the county league title. In an evenly contested first half an Aidan Begley 65 managed to elude all defensive efforts to find its way to the back of the MacCumhaill’s net. However, despite that goal it was still a draw game at half time, with everything to play for in the second half. And it proved the Ernesiders who were the hungrier for the challenge. Once again Aidan Begley hit the net, this time creating and finishing his own opportunity to give the visitors a decisive edge.

Overall it was a dramatically improved performance on last week’s outing against Saint Eunan’s, with Ballyshannon contesting strong and hard for those 50 50 balls and putting their bodies on the line all over the pitch. The team which claimed the county league title for 2013 was: Kevin McDermott; Tommy Gillespie, Shane McNulty, Kieran Breslin; Stephen Sheerin, Cian Dolan, Damien Cleary; Kieran Kilgannon, Paul Sheridan; Gary Loughlin, Christopher Kilgannon, Paul Hughes; Liam Coughlan, Aidan Begley, Conor McNeely. Substitutes: Mickey Bowering, Peter Horan, Danny Hayden, David Downey. The team is managed by Kevin Loughlin. When you consider that when Aodh Ruadh last fielded in senior hurling they lost to MacCumhaill’s by 25 points, this result underlines the turnaround in the club’s hurling fortunes. That turnaround is down to the hard work and good attitude of players. The result is the perfect fillip ahead of the senior championship on 3rd July which sees Aodh Ruadh take on Setanta at The Cross.

On Friday last Donegal player Paul Sheridan along with a number of underage coaches brought the Nicky Rackard cup on a tour of the local national schools, Paul got a great reception in all the schools.

The U14s are in action this Thursday in the championship semi-final. The draw to decide the opposition is to be made tomorrow night at the monthly hurling board meeting.

On Saturday they are taking part in Féile Uladh. Aodh Ruadh are based at Lavey in Derry and are up against Lavey, Tir na nÓg of Antrim, Naomh Colm Cille of Tyrone and Castleblayney of Monaghan.

The U-10s who had a very successful outing at a blitz on Sunday in Dungloe, they performed very well, showed great skill and commitment and won their three games against Dungloe, Setanta and Gaoth Dobhair.

Colm Kelly came on for the Donegal under 21s against Fermanagh in the Ulster Shield semi-final on Wednesday and scored 1-2. Jamie Brennan is also part of this squad but could take no part in the game due to injury.

The next collection for our aluminium fund raiser takes place on Saturday 23rd June from 12 noon to 1pm. All other scrap metal is welcome at this session. For any information in relation to this campaign please contact John Rooney 086-2587793 or Kieran Drummond 086-2368295.

The Juvenile Hurling Committee are holding their annual cash for clothes collection for the month of June, any unwanted clothes, shoes, handbags, belts, bed linen and the like are more than welcome. Anyone with any items to donate to this fundraiser are asked to contact Tara Keenaghan 086-3331903, Fionnuala Gillespie 087-6668634 or John Rooney 086-2587793.

The senior ladies defeated Kilcar on Friday evening in Father Tierney Park. The homesters got off to a flying start, easing into a seven point lead. However Kilcar reeled them back in to leave just a point in it at half time. The first ten minutes of the second half were tightly fought, but then Aodh Ruadh found an extra gear and kicked on in the final third to seal a convincing 11 point win over the Towney outfit. Donna Martin finished with 3-3 to her credit. Elaine Dorrian was also in clinical form, firing in a hat trick of goals and two points. Sarah Patton was also among the goal scorers, while Áine Duffy also made the score sheet with a well taken point.

Roise Keon, Orlaith Gillespie, and Megan McGee were part of the county U-16s which lost to Monaghan.

The U-14s drew with MacCumhaill’s in Ballybofey last Wednesday night. The U-8s and U-10s finished their season off on Monday evening with a mini blitz against Four Masters in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh.

Naomh Brid

The seniors and reserves lost away to Naomh Naile last Saturday evening. The U- 14s play this week.

The Sandhouse Hotel Solo Challenge was launched in Dew Drop Inn in Laghy by Joe Brolly, Martin McHugh, Sam Maguire, Barry Monaghan, Joyce McMullin, Sean Dunnion and our own Matt Gallagher with Sean Perry master of ceremonies.

There are still some slots and sponsorship cards available from Sean Rooney 087 9844702 or Elaine on 074 - 9721847.

This is shaping up to be a very exciting event as a number of celebrities have requested the chance to take part.

Any players wishing to register for the Michael Murphy Summer Camp please check out our website as there are limited places available.


Final preparations are being put in place for the 5k on Tuesday 25th of June at 7.30pm. Pre registration will take place in the Club house on Monday 24th of June from 6 o’clock to 7pm.

The new edition club training/casual sweaters are now available. Priced at child age 5-11 €30,13-14 €40 and adult €45 or complete tracksuit at €50,€60 and €70 accordingly. Club gloves also available priced at €12

Congratulations to Shane McDevitt who was narrowly defeated into second place in the final of the Donegal Daisi school skills competition on Friday evening past. The U-14 team will face St Eunan’s B Team in the semi-final of the Div.2 championship on Wednesday 19th June in Letterkenny. The lotto winning no’s this week were 1,2,10 and 12. Match 3 winners Brian and Donna Devine. Next weeks sellers are Philip O’Donnell and Colm Farrell with a jackpot of €2540.

The Kelloggs Cul Camp will run from week beginning 8th July, contact Paddy McGinty for details.

Four Masters

There was no jackpot winner this week Lotto. The two weekly winners were, Ciaran Meehan, Dromore, Mountcharles and Anthony Timoney, Lacklum, Ballintra, both won €50 each. The number drawn were 5, 15, 17 and 22. ]

Next weeks draw is the final draw, week 50. The jackpot for next week is €1300. There will also be €3000 in prizes to be won for fully paid up members.

It was a busy few days for Bord na nÓg. On Thursday 13th June, Tir Chonnail Park held a National School blitz for camogie and hurling with over 40 children attending. It is planned to run a league of blitzes for National Schools for the new school year with trophies to be won, Scoil Aodh Rua agus Nuala currently hold the camogie trophy and St Francis the hurling, so start practicing now for next year’s prize.

Thanks must go to Yvonne Byrne from the Camogie Association based in Croke Park who helps organise this event for our schools each year. Friday 14th June saw the James McAllister Memorial Trophy, with a great turnout of over 80 children of all ages playing camogie and hurling in memory of a man who loved hurling. The children were grouped into “county” teams for the 10s and above with Kilkenny winning the competition.

Young Conor McAllister presented his grandfather’s trophy to winning team captain, Dione Carr. The U-8s had a mini-competition and all received medals. We were delighted to welcome the Nicky Rackard Cup together with the Donegal hurling team who presented the medals and trophy on the night. Saturday morning (15th June) saw the final Academy for 4-6 year lds. The children were presented with hurley’s and certificates to go with the footballs they have already received.

Sunday morning saw the U-14 camogie girls heading to Convoy for the third in their series of blitzes also on Sunday the U12 skills competition took place in Letterkenny Gaels, Leo Dunphy. Ciaran McGrory and Dylan Thomas represented the club with Leo Dunphy coming fourth overall. All the boys will represent Donegal at Croke Park on the 9th July. 5/6th class camogie girls are away to Burt on Wednesday evening. Up-coming games - Camogie: 5/6th class v St Eunans, 3/4th class blitz in St Eunans; 1/2/3 years AVS v MacCumhaills - all dates will be confirmed. Hurling and Camogie training for all children aged under 10 takes place on Friday evenings 6-7pm and 12s and over from 7-8pm.

The U-14 girls meet Bundoran on Thursday evening (20th June) in Tir Conaill Park, throw in 7pm. The U-10 girls travel to Ballyshannon tomorrow evening to participate in an U10 blitz. They will also be taking part in a mixed U10 memorial blitz in Tir Conaill Park this Wednesday 19th June and the following Wednesday.

The U-14 football (boys) lost to Dungloe in the championship. The Kevin Faulkner Memorial Tournament for boys and girls under 10 will be held over the next two Wednesday’s at Tirchonaill Park at 6pm ,the final being held on Wednesday 26th July.


Congratulations to the Blake Family on winning the club Lotto, next weeks jackpot will start off at €1000

The senior ladies lost at home to. Killybegs. Gabrielle Gallagher was in brilliant form in nets and pulled off some fine saves.

Gaelic for Mothers and Others takes place on Wed at 8.30 pm. The U-10’s are away to McCool on Saturday 22nd bus departs Raphoe 9.40 am, Convoy 9.50 am and Drumkeen 10 am.

The U12 boys and girls who travelled to St Michaels, in Co. Roscommon for challlege games last weekend. They had a brilliant day and thanks to St Michaels club for being so welcoming and friendly we hope to return the favour sometime in September. Thanks to our coaches who travelled with the Children without you this wouldn’t be possible.

The senior men were beaten at home on Saturday evening by Robert Emmets.


The winning Lotto numbers for Monday 10th were 9, 11, 17, and 20. There was no jackpot winner. The runner-up prize of €50 went to Mary B. McCauley. Next week’s jackpot will is €3,000.

Membership is still open and forms are on the website. Children’s membership is €5, students €10, adults €20 and family €30. We would ask anyone thinking of taking out membership or renewing their membership to consider supporting the club lotto by taking out the €100 membership which includes lotto for a year. Please contact Bridget Harkin, Seamus Bovaird or any other club member.

This year’s golf classic will take place next Saturday, June 22nd at Greencastle Golf Club. There is a time-sheet in operation and you should phone the golf course on (074) 9381013 to book your spot. There will be €2500 worth of magnificent prizes on offer.

The U-14 girls had great victory over Carndonagh with great performances coming from all over the pitch. They play Muff away next Thursday.


The Lotto numbers for 11th of June, were 7 2 6 1 4 8 3 5. The Jackpot of €3650 was won by Mary Breen. The Jackpot will resume next week at €750.

The U-14s took on Naomh Ultan last week in the Division 3 County semi-final; unfortunately they were beaten on a 2-4 to 3-10 scoreline.

The club would like to thank Public Image hairdressers for sponsoring the new U-16 jersies.

Congratulations to Jack Marley on winning the U-12 skills competition.


The annual U-10 Con Mc Guinness Memorial takes place on Saturday commencing at 11am. All players to be in dressing rooms for 10.30am.

Well done Conor Cunningham on winning the Primary schools skills competition last Friday in Ballybofey.

The club are holding a 5k Run / Walk on Saturday the 29th June, Registration and changing facilities at Saint Catherines Vocational School, Registration is from 1 pm, the Race commences at 2 pm. Entry: Adults: €10 Juvenile: €5, There will be refreshments served in the Vocational School after the Race. There are prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each category.

The Club Cul Camp is on from the 8th to the 12th of July in Fintra, to book ring or text Dermot ‘Slua’ Boyle on 087-9429014.

Naomh Columba

Condolences to Gabriel O’Neill and his family on the death of his mother Bridie. Go ndéanfaidh Dia trócaire uirthi.

The fourth annual Darren McGinley Memorial Tournament takes place at the end of this month, on Saturday, June 29 th. Naomh Conaill, Naomh Náille, Na Cealla Beaga, Cill Chartha, and St Theresa’s from Loughmacrory, in County Tyrone, taking part.

In underage news this week, the U-14s contest the divisional semi final v Naomh Bríd this Wednesday evening, June 19 th at 7.30pm in Killybegs. The U-16 lads will play their first league game this Friday evening against Aodh Ruadh.

Anyone who ordered tickets for the Ulster semi final is asked to collect them at the clubhouse this Thursday evening at 9pm.


Bhí bhain maith ag foireann sinsir i n-éadan Naomh Mhuire Dé Domhnaigh seo caite. The Ladies were narrowly beaten by a strong Milford side. Cloughaneely 4-06 Milford 4-10. Scorers: Laura Gallagher (0-1), Karen Feeney (0-3), Áine Coll (1-02, pen), goal each Amy Harkin, Andrea Cox and Emma Mc Kinley.

Children are asked to bring their gum shields. The club would like to congratulate Sean Geaney who represented the club in the skills competition. U16 will be travelling to Letterkenny Friday 28th to play St. Eunans in the League.

Naomh Conaill

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 5,13,24 and 26. Two prizes of €50 went to Martin Mc Taggart. Summy and Jamie Gallagher Kilraine. Next weeks jackpot is €2,600.

The U12s who had a comprehensive victory over Dungloe on Monday night. The U-14 team are through to the U14 Division 1 Championship final after they overcame Kilcar 2-5 to 3-6 in the semi final last Friday night.

The U16’s are away to Killybegs in the Division 1 league on Friday evening at 7.30pm.

Both the senior and reserve teams were in league action on Sunday against Four Masters. The reserves recorded a victory on a scoreline, while the senior team were defeated after Four Masters scored a last minute goal.

Tickets for the Donegal v Down game will be given out in the clubhouse on Thursday between 8 and 9pm. All tickets ordered must be collected on the night.

Sean MacCumhaills

The reserves got back to winning ways with a comprehensive win over Dungloe in Mac Cumhaill Park. They were first out of the blocks with good displays from Aaron Kelly and Stephen Mulligan. Aaron scored a class goal and points from martin Gallagher, Stephen Mulligan, Bernard McGeehan, Aaron Kelly, Mark Dorrian and Oglivy Mc Groarty saw MacCumhaills lead at half time 1-08 to 0-04. The second half was a slower affair, but good scores from county hurling star Lee Henderson and Cormac Muldoon, saw Mac Cumhaills run out comfortable winners on a scoreline of 1-12 to 0-07.

There were no winners of the lotto this week. Numbers drawn were 5,10,11 and 18 Sellers this week are Gary Dunnions team. The jackpot will be €5,100 next week.

Naomh Ultan

Royal Flush Draw results for the weekend of June 9th were 3, 9, 11 & 14. There was no winner of the jackpot of €1380. Consolation prizes went to Joe Erskine, Gary McCallig and Sonny McGowan. A reminder to all in the parish there is clothes bank just outside the grounds of the clubhouse and it can be used anytime.

All proceeds made goes back to the club so please try your best to support. The U-14s play Moville, in the county final on Friday night in Tir Chonaill Park.


The seniors and reserves were defeated by St Eunans at home on Sunday. The U- 14 team bowed out of the championship on Friday last after being defeated by Glenties on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-5.

The U-12s started their league with a victory over Glen on Saturday on a scoreline of 2-7 to 1-7.

The bingo winners were Kathleen Cunningham, Marion Boyle, Eileen Curran, Tracy Byrne, Annette Fallon,Nora Byrne ,John Cunningham, Anne Lowther.

Last weeks lotto numbers were 9-6-13. There was no winner consolation prizes Annemarie Byrne,Donal McClean and Cara Boyle.

This weeks lotto 16-6-13, there was no winner,consolation prizes David Gillespie, Aiden Gallagher, Ciaran Nugent, Co Longford.

Lotto teams next week, Stephen O’Donnell and Seamus Cunningham (Sat night). Glenda Dolan and Barry McShane (Sun night).

Naomh Colmcille

The U-12s visited MacCumhaills on Monday evening. The green team were beaten in their match, while the yellow team were narrowly beaten in the other match. The next fixture for both teams is at Naomh Padraig Lifford on Monday (17th) at 7:00 pm.

The U-10s have a blitz this Saturday (22nd).Preparations are well underway on and off the pitch for Naomh Colmcille’s participation in Division 3 of the upcoming Feile Peil na nOg competition.

Naomh Colmcille are hosting Monaghan Harps from Monaghan. All parents are encouraged to get involved as much as possible to make this a memorable occasion for everyone associated with the team and club. The club are running a ‘Guess the score’ competition for the Donegal v Down match as a fund raiser for the team - each line costs €2 with €100 on offer to the winner. A clean-up of the grounds and clubhouse is scheduled for Thursday evening (20th June) from 6:00 pm - all help appreciated.

The Cul Camp is due to take place on 8-12 July. This week’s Lotto numbers numbers were 2, 15, 18, 22, 33. Senna Callaghan, Ernie Duncan and Declan Coyle matched three numbers and won €25 each. Next week’s jackpot is €3000.