October Club Notes

by louthandproud on October 19, 2016

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St Fechins

St.Fechins 3-17 Wolfe Tones 3-5

St.Fechins qualified for the second round of the Leinster Junior Hurling Championship after a comrehensive victory over the Longford Champions. Played in ideal conditions in the Gaelic Grounds, the Termonfeckin men were by far the better team. A goal in the first minute by Barry Devlin was soon followed by another from Seaghan Conneely. Points quickly followed from Paul Matthews, Michael Ryan and David Stephenson. Tones fought back, striking the net twice by John Newman and Patrick Cullen. The Fechins went in ahead 2-8 to 2-2 at half time.

An early second half goal by the visitors spurred the locals on even further. Another Conneely goal was followed by eight points in succession to the winners. David Stephenson was excellent with his free taking. With Paddy McCormack, Donal Ryan well on top at midfield, the strong half back line of Cathal Ryan, the Byrne twins on fire the result was really never in doubt. Next Saturday they face Kilkenny’s Mooncoin in the same venue. They will go into the game with the confidence of causing an upset.

Scorers St.Fechins Seaghan Conneely 2-4 David Stephenson 0-8 Paul Matthews 0-2 Barry Devlin 1-0 Michael Ryan 0-2 Niall Devlin 0-1

Wolfe Tones Patrick Cullen 2-0 John Newman 0-5 Martin Coyle 1-0

St Fechins Team 1 Stephen Hackett 2 Conor Matthews 3 Cormac McAuley 4 Caoimhin Seery 5 Micheal Byrne 6 Cathal Ryan 7 Oisin Byrne 8 Paddy McCormack 9 Donal Ryan 10 David Stephenson 11 Seaghan Conneely 12 Niall Devlin 13 Michael Ryan 14 Barry Devlin 15 Paul Matthews

Subs Colin Griffin for Micheal Byrne Donnacha O’Connell for Seaghan Conneely Brian Stephenson for Barry Devlin Sean McConnell for Niall Devlin Paddy Reddy for Caoimhin Seery

Wolfe Tones 1 Andy Kelly 2 Aidan Sheridan 3 Thomas Staken 4 John Gaffney 5 Daniel Connell 6 Brendan Staken 7 Mark Tully 8 Martin Coyle 9 Darren Duggan 10 Cian Mc Loughlin 11 Thomas Doyle 12 John Newman 13 Patrick Cullen 14 Sean Browne 15 John Mullhern

St Mochta’s

Manager: St. Mochta’s GFC are currently seeking a person(s) for the position of team manager for our league division two and intermediate championship squad. The club has gone from strength to strength over the past number of years. 2016 saw the team retain their division two status in the league. The team were unlucky not to reach the Intermediate Final, being narrowly beaten at the semi-final stages and will be looking to build on this, in the hope of going all the way next year. This is a dedicated and driven young team, with very promising underage prospects coming through the ranks and breaking onto the Intermediate squad. The club is also strongly represented at county level, both Senior and underage level. Applicants are invited to contact club secretary Liam Mc Granaghan by phone (087) 933 9380 or by e-mail secretary.stmochtas.louth@gaa.ie.

ST. MOCHTA’S GFC RACE NIGHT: This brilliant night of craic and fun will take place on Saturday the 22nd of October in EAMO’S bar. Anyone wishing 2 sponsor a race can do so for €100 or you can sponsor half of a race for €50. You can also buy a horse at €10. For more information on sponsoring a race or buying a ticket for a horse please contact any committee member.

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Mattock Rangers

Ladies Junior C’ship Final RESULT:

Mattock Rangers 2-9
Clan Na Gael 2-8

Scorers: Nikki Noone 0-4, Abbie O’Brien 0-3, Michelle Ni Bhraoin 1-0, Rebecca Levins 1-0 & Gráinne Reid 0-2.

Well done to all involved!!!

Dundalk Gaels

24th Oct

Club AGM: The club AGM will take place in the clubhouse on Friday the 25th of November. It will commence at 8pm sharp. Nomination and motion forms will be distributed in the coming weeks and must be returned to the club secretary (Ciaran Callan) by Friday the 11th of November.

Dundalk Gaels Annual Quiz: Dundalk Gaels will hold their annual quiz in Kennedys pub on Friday the 11th of November. It will commence at 8.30pmsharp. Entry costs 40 euro per team with a maximum of 4 members. There will be prizes for winners and runners-up as well as raffle.

National Club Draw 2017: Following on from last years successful club draw, the details of this years draw will be announced shortly! Keep an eye out for this in the coming weeks

Defibrillator Course: Anyone interested in doing a refresher course please contact Noel Connolly for further information

Results: 19/10 Under 15 B League Semi Final Gaels 2-4 Mattock Rangers/Hunterstown Rovers 2-13
Lotto Result Tuesday 18.10.2016: Winning numbers were 1, 16, 22, 25. There was one match 3 winner. Congrats to Gerry Copas who won €100. Don’t forget, you can play via the traditional method of filling in the lotto book, play via our lotto envelopes or alternatively play online at locallotto.ieand searching for Dundalk Gaels. Next weeks jackpot is €4,800. If your not in you can win..
 
To stay up to date with all fixtures, results, news and information download the clubify app and search for Dundalk Gaels. Get all the information you need sent to your phone! See https://clubifyapp.com/  for further details!
 

Astroturf Pitch: Are you looking to keep in shape over the winter? Why not rent out the Gaels astroturf pitch. Fully floodlit, with dressing rooms and shower facilities available, why not book an hour on the best astroturf pitch in the North East. Contact 0851987362 for further information re pitch bookings and availability
16thOct

Club AGM: The club AGM will take place in the clubhouse on Friday the 25th of November. It will commence at 8pm sharp. Nomination and motion forms will be distributed in the coming weeks and must be returned to the club secretary (Ciaran Callan) by Friday the 11th of November.

Dundalk Gaels Annual Quiz: Dundalk Gaels will hold their annual quiz in Kennedys pub on Friday the 11th of November. It will commence at 8.30pm sharp. Entry costs 40 euro per team with a maximum of 4 members. There will be prizes for winners and runners-up as well as raffle.

Dundalk Gaels would like to offer their condolences to the Faulkner family on their recent loss of Mark Faulkner, ar dheis de go raibh a h-anam dilis.

Congratulations to DKIT Seniors and Freshers on their recent victories in their respective leagues and Dundalk Gaels players, John Burlingham, Liam Lynch and our Gerard McSorley who were involved with the squads.

National Club Draw 2017: Following on from last years successful club draw, the details of this years draw will be announced shortly! Keep an eye out for this in the coming weeks

Results: 16/10 Under 18 B League Semi Final Gaels concede St Marys, Ardee; 16/10 Under 13 B League Semi Final Gaels 2-14 St Clan na Gael 5-6; 16/10 Under 21 Quarter Final Gaels 0-8 Mattock Rangers/Hunterstown Rovers/Glen Emmets 0-14

Fixtures: 21/10 Under 15 B League Semi Final Gaels v Mattock Rangers/Hunterstown Rovers away(Pairc Baile Fiach)@7.30pm

Lotto Result Tuesday 11.10.2016: Winning numbers were 6, 19, 22, 26. There were no jackpot winner or match 3 winner. Congrats to our 5 draw winners who each won €20, Pamela O’Shaughnessy, Sandra Mallocca, Brendan Scollan, Agnes McDonald, Maurice Harrison. Don’t forget, you can play via the traditional method of filling in the lotto book, play via our lotto envelopes or alternatively play online at locallotto.ie and searching for Dundalk Gaels. Next weeks jackpot is €4,700. If your not in you can win..

To stay up to date with all fixtures, results, news and information download the clubify app and search for Dundalk Gaels. Get all the information you need sent to your phone! See https://clubifyapp.com/ for further details!

Astroturf Pitch: Are you looking to keep in shape over the winter? Why not rent out the Gaels astroturf pitch. Fully floodlit, with dressing rooms and shower facilities available, why not book an hour on the best astroturf pitch in the North East. Contact 0851987362 for further information re pitch bookings and availability

10th Oct

Thanks to all who were involved in our Under 10 presentation night and our under 7/8 end of season get together. Both events were fantastic occasions and the future is bright and its blue and white!!

National Club Draw 2017: Following on from last years successful club draw, the details of this years draw will be announced shortly! Keep an eye out for this in the coming weeks

Fixtures: 16/10 Under 18 B League Semi Final Gaels v St Marys, Ardee away @12.00pm

Results: 03/10 Under 15 League Gaels 0-14 Mattock Rangers/Hunterstown Rovers away 4-7; 05/10 Under 13 League Gaels 7-9 St Brides 3-3; 07/10 Under 15 League Gaels 3-3 St Mochtas/Glyde Rangers/Westerns/Sean McDermotts 2-13; 09/10 Under 21 Cup Gaels v Glyde Rangers/Westerns/Sean McDermotts postponed

Lotto Result Tuesday 04.10.2016: Winning numbers were 6, 7, 22, 30. There were no jackpot winner. Congratulations to match 3 winner Barry O’Hare who won €100. Don’t forget, you can play via the traditional method of filling in the lotto book, play via our lotto envelopes or alternatively play online at locallotto.ie and searching for Dundalk Gaels. Next weeks jackpot is €4,600. If your not in you can win..

To stay up to date with all fixtures, results, news and information download the clubify app and search for Dundalk Gaels. Get all the information you need sent to your phone! See https://clubifyapp.com/ for further details!

Astroturf Pitch: Are you looking to get in shape for the summer? Why not rent out the Gaels astroturf pitch. Fully floodlit, with dressing rooms and shower facilities available, why not book an hour on the best astroturf pitch in the North East. Contact 0851987362 for further information re pitch bookings and availability

2nd Oct

Congratulations to Peter Fee and the Division 4 team who had a well earned win in the promotion/relegation play off game versus Glen Emmets on Sunday morning in Monasterboice. A great win and important that we keep our Division 4 status for next year. Well done to all involved.

All Ireland Replay Draw: Congratulations to the 4 ticket winners in our recent club draw: Dick O’Callaghan, Niall Lambert, Benny McArdle and David Connolly

National Club Draw 2017: Following on from last years successful club draw, the details of this years draw will be announced shortly! Keep an eye out for this in the coming weeks

National Student Bursary: Further information available at http://www.leinstergaa.ie/news/national-student-bursaries-scheme-201617.8212.html – closing date 7th October

Fixtures: 03/10 Under 15 League Gaels v Mattock Rangers/Hunterstown Rovers away @7.00pm; 05/10 Under 13 League Gaels v St Brides home@6.00pm; 07/10 Under 15 League Gaels v St Mochtas/Glyde Rangers/Westerns/Sean McDermotts home @6.00pm

Results:27/09 Under 15 League Gaels 6-8 St Josephs 5-14; 28/09 Under 13 League Gaels concede Cooley Kickhams; 02/10 Division 4/5 Relegation/Promotion playoff Dundalk Gaels 1-12 Glen Emmets 0-10

Lotto Result Tuesday 27.09.2016: Winning numbers were 12, 15, 27, 28. There were no jackpot or match 3 winners this week. Congratulations to Father Keenan, Sheila Grant, Mary Copas, Rosemary Loughran and Joe Berrills who each won €20. Don’t forget, you can play via the traditional method of filling in the lotto book, play via our lotto envelopes or alternatively play online at locallotto.ie and searching for Dundalk Gaels. Next weeks jackpot is €4,500. If your not in you can win..

To stay up to date with all fixtures, results, news and information download the clubify app and search for Dundalk Gaels. Get all the information you need sent to your phone! See https://clubifyapp.com/ for further details!

Astroturf Pitch: Are you looking to get in shape for the summer? Why not rent out the Gaels astroturf pitch. Fully floodlit, with dressing rooms and shower facilities available, why not book an hour on the best astroturf pitch in the North East. Contact 0851987362 for further information re pitch bookings and availability

Newtown Blues

30th Oct

Lotto nos 3-4-10-11. No winner next weeks lotto €7,600, €25 winners Una Walsh. Noel Carr. Collin Owens. Susan Tiernan. Bernie Rogers.
Well done to all our Newtown striders who completed the DUBLIN city marathon on Sunday the 30th .Hard luck to our under 15s who lost their final by a point a huge thanks to the lads and mentors for their commitment this season.
A huge congratulations to our very own mags Philips who is now Mrs Alan Murphy they got married the weekend in Kerry may they have many years of health and happiness and gaa ahead of them.
Don’t forget training sessions continue every Wednesday in st joesphs for our under age player.
23th Oct

Hard luck to our minor lads who lost today in the semi final of the league final score 2:9 to 1:8 to Kevin’s/glyde.

The club would like to extend its sympathies to the family and friends of the late Richard Nevin may he rest in peace.
Fixtures;
U15 final;
Newtown blues v O Raghalliaghs  in Darver 7pm.

Well done to our minor ladies who are still unbeaten in their championship campaign they had a draw match today against brides/mochtas.

2016-17 Charlie McAllister Bursaries for information go to :
https://t.co/fUEqiWSQQp for further details. Application forms must be submitted to the County Secretaty by 31st Oct. 2016.

The Club would like to thank Kieran Quinn and his backroom team for their dedicated service over the past year in charge of the senior team. The club is now seeking applications for a new senior team manager for the coming 2017 season. All parties interested in this position are asked to apply to the Secretary, Patsy Fulham on 0879003318 or the Chairperson, Alan Loughran on 0879406161.

Lotto nos 3-18-19-27 no winner. Next weeks lotto €7,500. €25 winners. Mary Gartland. Colette Broderick. Louise Rafferty. Linda O’Rourke. John & Kevin

The Newtown Blues main fundraiser  for 2017 will be “Strictly Come Dancing” and we are looking for people of all ages to get
involved.It promises to be a fun filled event taking place in April 2017.For anyone that is  interested please get in contact with Gillian on 087-7951477.

Remember we have things over the winter to keep those underage players busy!!

Wed. Night All Weather Astro Session (on pitches behind the gym in St. Joes CBS) from 6-6.45pm for all boy & girls 7-9yrs and 6.45-7.30pm for all boys & girls 10-13yrs. Cost €3 per person.

Thurs. Nights Basketball session  (for 4 weeks)

Our clubs has been lucky enough to secure a spot on the’ Jump Together ‘ program with Basketball Ireland. This is where we encourage the Gaelic /basketball crossover. We have been allocated a basketball coach for 4 weeks. We want to see ALL u9-u11 boys & girls take part. Its on each Thurs at 6-7pm St Joseph’s CBS gym bring gumshield, runners and €2 to learn some skills that will help you on the pitch.

Keep FIT over winter with a circuit class.
Wed. 8-8.30pm in the Newtown Blues gym starting 26th Oct. 2016
This course will run for 6 weeks and is open to all aged 18yrs & older. Cost €50 for 6 week course.
To book a place contact Mona Branigan BSc Physiotherapy on 0863700138
ALL funds raised go to Juvenile Fund for 2017

16th Oct
Lotto nos 2-17-26-30. No winner. Next weeks lotto €7,400.
€25 winners. Pat Gartland. Susan Tiernan. Kieran Carr. Owens Family. Ursula Carney.

Well done Ian Connor one of the winners this year. Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) recently launched 2016/17 GAA Scholarship Programme in partnership with Louth GAA. The programme which is now in its third year is co-funded by Louth GAA and DKIT.

The club would like to offer its sympathies to the family and friends of the late Derry Mc Carthy,Anna Mc Guire and Kieran Rigney,
May the rest in peace.

Fixtures:
Tues. 18th Oct.
U15 Boys Div 3 League Semi Final
U15 Boys V Glen Emmetts @7.30pm HOME

Sun. 23rd OCt.
Minor Div. 1 Semi Fina;
U18 Boys V St. Kevins/Glyde @12pm in Phillipstown

Minor Girls V Brides/Mochtas @11am HOME- TBC
well done to our minor girls who won their 2nd championship game on sunday
Final result;Newtownn Blues 5-17
Roche Emmetts/Na Piarsiaigh 0-06

Remember we have things over the winter to keep those underage players busy!!

Wed. Night All Weather Astro Session (on pitches behind the gym in St. Joes CBS) from 6-6.45pm for all boy & girls 7-9yrs and 6.45-7.30pm for all boys & girls 10-13yrs. Cost €3 per person.

Thurs. Nights Basketball session (for 4 weeks)

Our clubs has been lucky enough to secure a spot on the’ Jump Together ‘ program with Basketball Ireland. This is where we encourage the Gaelic /basketball crossover. We have been allocated a basketball coach for 4 weeks. We want to see ALL u9-u11 boys & girls take part. Its on each Thurs at 6-7pm St Joseph’s CBS gym bring gumshield, runners and €2 to learn some skills that will help you on the pitch.

The Newtown Blues main fundraiser for 2017 will be “Strictly Come Dancing” and we are looking for people of all ages to get
involved.It promises to be a fun filled event taking place in April 2017.For anyone that is interested please get in contact with Gillian on 087-7951477.
10th Oct
Lotto nos 1-10-17-29. No winner. €7,300, €25 winners John Peter & Janice. Joe & Daisy Harte. Paudie, Ollie & Pauline. David Brady. Jimmy Byrne.

Remember we have things over the winter to keep those underage players busy!!

Wed. Night All Weather Astro Session (on pitches behind the gym in St. Joes CBS) from 6-6.45pm for all boy & girls 7-9yrs and 6.45-7.30pm for all boys & girls 10-13yrs. Cost €3 per person.

Thurs. Nights Basketball session (for 4 weeks)

Our clubs has been lucky enough to secure a spot on the’ Jump Together ‘ program with Basketball Ireland. This is where we encourage the Gaelic /basketball crossover. We have been allocated a basketball coach for 4 weeks. We want to see ALL u9-u11 boys & girls take part. Its on each Thurs at 6-7pm St Joseph’s CBS gym bring gumshield, runners and €2 to learn some skills that will help you on the pitch.

Well done to our minor ladies who had a great start to their championship with a very impressive win over St Marys of Ardee .The final score was 1-03 to 3-17 to the Newtown Blues.

Hard luck to our U16 lads tonight who lost in their championship final by just 1 point.A huge thanks to the lads and mentors for their efforts and commitment this year.
And hard luck to our U21 team lost also lost tonight and again thank you all for your commitment and effort throughout the year.

Hard luck to our u13s tonight who lost tonight against St Pats the team played extremely well but unfortunately lost by 3 points,a huge thanks to the players and management for their commitment this year.

The Newtown Blues main fundraiser for 2017 will be “Strictly Come Dancing” and we are looking for people of all ages to get
involved.It promises to be a fun filled event taking place in April 2017.For anyone that is interested please get in contact with Gillian on 087-7951477.
2nd Oct
Hard luck to our minor team who lost out to Naomh Martins in the championship final
4-14 to 1-09 to Naomh Martins.
The club would like to thank all the players and management for their time and effort put in this year,unfortunately
it wasnt our year.

Lotto nos 11-15-17-30.

No winner.

Next weeks lotto €7,200.

25 winners Carmel Lynch. Frances Judge. Michael Keehan. Audrey Lynch. Dolores Dunne

Remember we have things over the winter to keep those underage players busy!!

Wed. Night All Weather Astro Session (on pitches behind the gym in St. Joes CBS) from 6-6.45pm for all boy & girls 7-9yrs and 6.45-7.30pm for all boys & girls 10-13yrs. Cost €3 per person.

Thurs. Nights Basketball session (for 4 weeks)

Our clubs has been lucky enough to secure a spot on the’ Jump Together ‘ program with Basketball Ireland. This is where we encourage the Gaelic /basketball crossover. We have been allocated a basketball coach for 4 weeks. We want to see ALL u9-u11 boys & girls take part. Its on each Thurs at 6-7pm St Joseph’s CBS gym bring gumshield, runners and €2 to learn some skills that will help you on the pitch.

Fixtures for the coming week:
Thurs 06-10-16
U13 league division 3

Newtown Blues v St Patricks at 7pm

Friday 07-10-16

U16 championship final

Lannleire/Naomh Fionbarra v Newtown blues at 7pm

Our Minor girls are busy getting ready for their championship run. They start on Sun. 9th Oct. against St. Mary’s @11am AWAY in Ardee.

Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C.

30th Oct

There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 26th October. The winning numbers were 3,5,7 & 19. There were 4 match 3 winners Francie Smyth, Strand Road, Annagassan, Frank Woods, Dromiskin, Eileen Murray, Salterstown and Olivia Corrigan, The Lynns, Annagassan who won €40 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000, with the reserve jackpot staying at €10,000 and the second Reserve jackpot rising to €2,850.  Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member.  Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s play Glen Emmets in the U-18 Division 3A League Final in Darver on Wednesday 2nd November at 7:30pm.  This is the last game of the year for the club so please get out to support the lads!

Development:  Work continued on the upgrade of the walking/running track around the field. Fine gravel dust blinding is down on about three quarters of the track and some of this blinding has been rolled.   Well done to everyone who got their hands dirty and put in the time over the weekend.  The hard work is much appreciated and hopefully the track will be ready for action soon.

Supporter’s of the club can now buy club gear directly from the O’Neills Website. Please see the attached link

https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/naomh-fionnbarra-gfc.html



23rd Oct

There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 12th October. The winning numbers were 11, 13, 23 & 27. There were 2 match 3 winners Breda Butterly, Duddestown and Aileen Casey, Farm Road, Annagassan who won €75 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000, with the reserve jackpot staying at €10,000 and the second Reserve jackpot rising to €2,700.  Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member.  Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.

Hard luck to the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-13’s who lost narrowly to St. Josephs in the U-13 Division 3B League Final on a score of 7-5(26) to 6-6(24) on Wednesday 19th October in Darver.

Hard luck to the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-13’s who lost narrowly to O’Raghallaigh by 4 points in the Division 3A League Semi Final on Sunday 23rd October in John Markey Park.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s play Glen Emmets in the U-18 Division 3A League Final in Darver on Wednesday 2nd November at 7:30pm.

There are plenty of upcoming fixtures this week for supporters and players alike, please come along and support our teams if you can make it.  For more fixtures details please see local press, Louth and Proud website and the Louth GAA website.
Development:  Work continued on the upgrade of the walking/running track around the field.  The clay was dug at both ends of field for the running track.  Both ends were then filled with crushed fill.  The track was then backfilled with 3” stone on the east and south ends.  All stone was levelled by labourers with shovels and compacted by a roller.  This stone will then be finished with a fine gravel dust. The existying path to the west side of the field along the stand was graded with a mini digger and is also ready to be finished with fine gravel dust.  Well done to everyone who got their hands dirty and put in the time including; Colm Markey, Máirtín Murphy, Martin McCreesh, Peter Callan, Nicholas Butterly, Paddy Murray, Frank Reynolds, Seamus Cosgrove, Liam Murphy, Pádraig Butterly, Pádraic Murphy, Darren McConnon, Joseph O’Reilly, David Keane, Laurence Kelly and Thomas McQuillan.  Also thanks to Marcella Markey and Trisha O’Reilly who provided food for the workers.  The next steps are to finish the track with the fine dust and to erect floodlights on the existing field.

The new training field has been levelled by the main contractor Rock Sportsfield Development and is now being left to settle until the spring time where the field will be drained and then covered with topsoil.

 

Supporter’s of the club can now buy club gear directly from the O’Neills Website. Please see the attached link

https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/naomh-fionnbarra-gfc.html
Kind Regards,

Nicholas Butterly P.R.O.

Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C.

16th Oct
There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 12th October. The winning numbers were 1, 4, 18 & 19. There were 3 match 3 winners Michael Doyle, Togher, Shirley Reynolds, Tullydonnell and Maureen Carroll, An Rian Annagassan who won €50 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000, with the reserve jackpot staying at €10,000 and the second Reserve jackpot rising to €2,550. Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member. Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.

Hard luck to Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-16s who lost to Roche Emmets in the Division 3 League Final on a score of 1-13 (16) to 3-5 (14) on Wednesday 12th October.

Well done to the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s who avenged their recent Championship Final loss and beat O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells in the U-18 Division 3A League Semi Final on a score of 1-10(13) to 1-7(10) on Sunday 16th October in the Grove Castlebellingham. The lads now play Glen Emmets in the Final in Darver time to be confirmed.

Well done also to the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-13’s who beat Na Piarsaigh/Dowdallshill in the U-13 Division 3B League Semi Final on a score of 6-13(31) to 0-6(6) on Sunday 16th October at John Markey Park. The lads now play St. Josephs in the Final on Wednesday 19th October in Darver at 7pm.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-21’s lost to St. Patricks in the 1st Round of the U-21 Championship on a score of 1-6(9) to 7-14(35) on Friday 14th October at Páirc Eamon, Lordship.

The U-15 team are also through to the Division 3A League Semi Final v O’Raghallaigh on Sunday 23rd October at 3pm in John Markey Park.

Congratulations to Naomh Fionnbarra/Dreadnots U-18 girls team on their first win in the minor league against the Mary’s this morning. The final score was 3-10 to 3-2. Well done to all involved.

There are plenty of upcoming fixtures this week for supporters and players alike, please come along and support our teams if you can make it. For more fixtures details please see local press, Louth and Proud website and the Louth GAA website.

Development: Work continues on the upgrade of the flood lights on the existing field and the walking/running track around the field.

Supporter’s of the club can now buy club gear directly from the O’Neills Website. Please see the attached link
https://www.oneills.com/…/gaa/ire…/naomh-fionnbarra-gfc.html

Kind Regards,

Nicholas Butterly P.R.O.

10 Oct
There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 5th October. The winning numbers were 4, 26, 27 & 28. There were 3 match 3 winners Ashley Callaghan, Mount Doyle, Deirdre Ferris c/o Gerry Casey and Tony Flanagan, Adamstown who won €50 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000, with the reserve jackpot staying at €10,000 and the second Reserve jackpot rising to €2,400. Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member. Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.

Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-13 team lost to St. Kevins 4-22(34) to 3-3(12) in the U-13 Division 3 League on Wednesday 5th October.

What a fantastic night in Darver for the young U-16 footballers of Naomh Fionnbarra and Lannleire last night. To beat one of the kingpins of Louth football, in a thrilling, nerve racking, high scoring competitive final as this was a credit to the full panel. A huge crowd were treated to a highly entertaining and free-flowing game of football that could have gone either way until the very end. Slightly unlucky to be 1 point down at half time, our lads knuckled down and did what they have been doing all year, worked their socks off until the final whistle. 2 points down going into injury time, a free taken by our captain Adam Hanratty was fumbled by the Blues keeper into the back of the net, and the roar of delight could be heard in Anagasson & Dunleer. With some injury time still to be played our lads defended with their lives and deserved the joy at the final whistle. A very memorble achievement and great celebration when Adam was presented with the cup. Final score: Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire 4-9(21) Newtown Blues 4-8(20).

The double is on the cards, as the U-16 team is also through to the Division 3 League Final v Roche Emmets next Wednesday in Darver at 7pm.

Team: Matthew O’Reilly (NF), Luke Kennedy (NF), Tunjai Ifaturoti (L), Ruairi Crofts (NF), Kalum Regan (NF), C.J. Corentin (L), Jack Maguire (L), Adam Hanratty (NF) 1-0, Pierce Hawkins (L), Killian Gregory (L) 0-6, Josh Crosbie (NF), Caomhin Maher (L), Christopher Leonard (L) 0-2, Ciaran Markey (NF) 3-1, Jack Kearney (NF), Thomas McCreesh (NF), Aaron McArdle (L), Colum Kierans (NF), Dillon Dunne (NF), Ronan Kelly (NF), Jordi Smith (L), Jake McShane (L).

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-14’s lost the U-14 B Championship Final to the Dreadnots 5-9(24) to 2-7(13) on Sunday 9th October in Darver. The lads gave it their all but it was not to be. Hard luck to all involved.

Following the U-14 Final the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s were narrowly beaten in the Minor B Championship Final by O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells on a scoreline of 3-10(19) to 2-11(17). As with all of their games this year the lads gave it everything and at the end of the game it all came down to a penalty kick which was saved by the O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells. Hard luck lads.

Team: Sean Walsh (L), Pauric Kierans (NF), Tunjai Ifaturoti (L), Conor Kirwan (L), Ciaran Dunne (L), Michael McArdle (NF), Killian Gregory (L), Patrick McGrane (NF) 0-3, Brendan Simms (NF), Pierce Hawkins (L) 0-1, Niall Woods (NF), Caomhin Maher (L), Conal Maher (L) 0-5(4f), Caolan Leech (NF), Adam Hanratty (NF). Subs: Cian Carroll (L) for Conor Kirwan, Kieran Boyle (NF) for Ciaran Dunne, Josh Crosbie (NF) for Killian Gregory, Callum Grimes (L), Matthew Monaghan (NF), Darren Clinton (NF), Jack Kearney (NF), C.J. Corentin (L).

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s are also through to the U-18 Division 3A League Semi Final v O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells on Sunday 16th October at 12pm in the Grove Castlebellingham.

The U-15 team are also through to the Division 3 League Semi Final v O’Raghallaigh with venue and time to be confirmed.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-21’s are 1st Round of the u-21 Championship v St. Patricks on Friday 14th October at 8pm at Páirc Eamon, Lordship.

There are plenty of upcoming fixtures this week for supporters and players alike, please come along and support our teams if you can make it. For more fixtures details please see local press, Louth and Proud website and the Louth GAA website.

Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. are seeking applicants for the position of Intermediate Team Manager for the 2017 season. The club recently won the Louth Junior Championship in 2015 and have a young, talented team that have the potential to progress to the Senior grade. Interested persons are invited to please contact the club secretary Thomas by e-mail: secretary.naomh.fionnbarra.louth@gaa.ie or by phone: 0868719285. Application closing date is Monday 17th October 2016.

Development: Work continues on the upgrade of the flood lights on the existing field and the walking/running track around the field.

Supporter’s of the club can now buy club gear directly from the O’Neills Website. Please see the attached link
https://www.oneills.com/…/gaa/ire…/naomh-fionnbarra-gfc.html

Kind Regards,

Nicholas Butterly

2nd Oct

There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 28th September. The winning numbers were 5, 8, 23 & 25. There was 1 match 3 winner Cepta Flynn, Clonmore who won €150 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000, with the reserve jackpot staying at €10,000 and the second Reserve jackpot rising to €2,250. Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member. Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.

Recent winners of our Club Members All Ireland Football Final Replay Ticket Draw were as follows: Darren McConnon, Brian Casey, Tommy Casey, Tom Connor. Reserves: Brendan Healy, Jim Harmon, Joseph O’Reilly, Pádraig Butterly. Congratulations to all. We hope you enjoyed the game.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-16 team are through to the U-16 B Championship Final v Newtown Blues on Friday 7th October in Darver at 7pm. The U-16 team are also through to the Division 3 League Final v Roche Emmets with venue and time to be confirmed.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-14’s are into the B Championship Final v the Dreadnots with venue and time to be confirmed.

The Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire U-18’s are also into the B championship final v O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells with venue and time to be confirmed.

There are plenty of upcoming fixtures this week for supporters and players alike, please come along and support our teams if you can make it. For more fixtures details please see local press, Louth and Proud website and the Louth GAA website.

Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. are seeking applicants for the position of Intermediate Team Manager for the 2017 season. The club recently won the Louth Junior Championship in 2015 and have a young, talented team that have the potential to progress to the Senior grade. Interested persons are invited to please contact the club secretary Thomas by e-mail: secretary.naomh.fionnbarra.louth@gaa.ie or by phone: 0868719285. Application closing date is Monday 17th October 2016.

Development on the new club training field has continued and the contractor Rock Sportsfields has levelled a lot of the field. Work continues on the upgrade of the flood lights on the existing field and the walking/running track around the field. The following jobs are to be done; Complete cabling on left hand side of field – need to dig a small trench for cable to last 2 lighting columns. Fix and Concrete 4 sleeves for lights on right hand side. Level clay in bottom left corner. Dig out the ends of the field to complete track – these should be sprayed off with roundup if possible. Spread surplus clay along right hand side at houses. Back fill and Compact stone. Top dress and compact entire track. Erect poles and wire up lights.

The club would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family of John Barton, Wyanstown who passed away recently. John had a distinguished playing career with the ‘Barrs starring as full forward winning the McArdle Cup in 1960 and 1963. Prior to the formation of Naomh Fionnbarra in 1957, John played with St. Colmcilles. John continued to support the club all of his life and there was no happier man than him when he got his hands on the Christy Bellew Cup in 2015. May he Rest In Peace.

Kind Regards,

Nicholas Butterly P.R.O.

Cooley Kickhams

Cooley Kickhams Juveniles in association with Rob Kearney and Dave Kearney are running a fundraiser in aid of Cooley Juveniles and Aoibheann’s Pink Tie

Prizes include:
1. VIP trip to the Ireland v England 6 nations match. 2 match tickets, overnight accommodation, chauffeur driven to/from the match. Signed jerseys from Rob and Dave presented to the winner after the 6 nations tournament.
2. Weekend for 2 in the presidential suite in the Westport Plaza.
3. Weekend for 2 in the Penthouse suite in the Sheraton hotel Athlone.
4. Weekend for 2 in the Four Seasons hotel Carlingford.
5. A set of club Juvenile jerseys sponsored by CX Sport.

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie is a fantastic charity which helps the families of children diagnosed with cancer.

Book of 7 tickets €50 or €10 each

To purchase a ticket contact all clubs Committee members and Juvenile members. Tickets will be on sale from all Committe

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Cooley Kickhams Nominations of Officers and Motions for debate for AGM, meeting will take place on Thursday 3rd November at 8.45pm. All members are welcome to attend this meeting. Cooley Kickhams AGM will take place on Friday 2nd December in function room at 9pm. New members welcome.

Ladies Night in Cooley Complex.

Hosted by Caroline McElroy Stylist & Presenter.

A fantastic ladies night in Aid of The Irish Cancer Society, which is focused on supporting and curing cancers which effect women, will take place in Cooley Complex on Saturday 5th November at 7.30pm. The ladies fashion show will present clothing from KAJO Boutique, McArdles Boutique, Unique boutique, Ozone Boutique, Gerard/Vogue Fashions, Lush boutique, Bourbon Boutique, Elmay Boutique, Sheba.

Also on show will be kids fashion from Bumbles For Kids. There will also be some men’s fashion display to give all you ladies plenty of ideas on what to buy your other half for Chirstmas.

There will also be Hair and Beauty demos on the night with live entertainment and raffle.

Also on show will be various trade stalls with something for everyone.

Tickets are priced at €20, there is also a free goody bag for the first 200 ladies, so get in early ladies. For more information on tickets please contact 086 8375837 / 087 8052389.

 

U15

Cooley Kickhams u15 boys team lost in an exciting game against st fechins 2-08 for Cooley and 3-09 for St Fechins. The game was played in fr mc evoy park cooley.

Cooley Panel Cian Rogan, Josh Mc Shane, Jamie Murphy, Andrew O Neill, MJ Hanlon, Gerard White, Fionn Reilly, Joe Mee 0-2, James Mc Grath, Aodhan O Hanlon 0-4, Patrick Johnston, Packie Carron, Pearse Hulme 1-01, Adam Bolton, Darragh Callan Subs Ian Arnold, Conor Mc Aviney, Conor Murphy, Ronan Mc Bride, Jack Mc Cann, Lee Loughran Declan Mc Cormack

Breakfast Morning
Cooley Kickhams are holding a Breakfast Morning on Sunday 23rd October from 10am to 1pm.

Cost of Breakfast is €8.

Family of 2 Adults and 2 Kids €20.

Why not call up to our complex on Sunday 23rd October and start your day off with a delicious breakfast.
Fireworks
Cooley Kickhams annual fireworks display will be held on Monday 31st October at 7pm

Safety is a priority at this event, with all spectators seated in the stand and the firework display on the opposite side of the field

This is always a popular event with families from the whole peninsula, and we welcome any members of our neighbouring clubs who would like to attend.

There is no entry fee, however donations can be made at the gate on the night to help cover the costs.

U18 Girls
Cooley Kickhams minor girls won 2 game Friday and Sunday. They Beat Stabannon/Kevins on friday score was 5-09 to 1-07. And 5-06 to 2-06 Sunday Morning against NH Martins/ Glen Emmets

Panel on Friday Sinead Rice, Deborah Malone, Lauren Mc Grath, Shauna Murphy, Georgia Hanlon, Claire Donnelly 0-1, Kate Arnold, Niamh Quigley 0-1, Leah Kirwan, Lauren Boyle 2-02, Niamh Rice 2-04, Renee Mc Glynn 1-0, Ella Murphy, Ava O Shaughnessy 0-1, Lisa Mc Carragher, Subs Eimear Mc Parland, Orlagh Mc Guigan

Panel on Sunday

Sinead Rice, Katie Mc Mahon, Lauren Mc Grath, Shauna Murphy, Georgia Hanlon, Claire Donnelly 0-1, Kate Arnold 0-1, Niamh Quigley, Leah Kirwan, Lauren Boyle 1-01, Niamh Rice 4-03, Renee Mc Glynn, Ella Murphy, Ava O Shaughnessy 0-1, Lisa Mc Carragher, Eimear Mc Parland, Orlagh Mc Guigan Leanne Touhy
U18 boys
Cooley Minor boys lost 0-11 to 0-8 against NH Martins away in Monistorboice Sunday morning. At Half time it was 0-5 all.

Cooley Panel Sean Hayes, Martin Hynes, Conor Kenny, Kevin Murphy, Joe Dunne, Dean Mc Greehan, Eoin Mc Daid, Fearghal Malone 0-3, Jake Mc Shane, Joe Mee, Thomas Mc Guinness 0-1, Michael Carron 0-2, Conor Loughran 0-2, Alex Woods, Ronan Sheelan Subs Daniel Hanlon, Nicholas Rafferty, MJ Mc Carragher, Aaron Byrne, Cormac Mc Guigan

Nh Martins Luke Mitchell, Mark Whelan, Shane Morgan, Luke Byrne, Sean Faulkner, Jack Mc Carville, Jack Murphy, Joe Mc Grane 0-3, Conor Morgan 0-2, Evan Whelan, Marcus Mc Cullough, Paddy Usher, Conor Whelan 0-2, Sam Mulroy 0-3, Lee Neilon Subs Adam
callanan, Jake murtagh and Thomas Rooney

80’s Night
Huge thanks to everybody who made it to the 80s disco.We had a big crowd who embraced the music & the fashion,from that great decade.Pop,rock,metal,new wave,ska,slow sets & Mickey even snuck in a few country numbers:)To those who dressed up,a big high five.We even had a local garage owner who dressed up 80s style,but it was the 1880s!The fashion police are on their way to confiscate his robes:)Big thanks to Mc Kenna Man for sponsoring a clothes voucher & we recycled their shop window background(cassette wallpaper)& it looked the biz.Thanks to Azzie,Vax & Wax,for sponsoring the case of wine.Thanks to Karen,Hannah,Emma & Fintan for helping decorate the room.
Thanks to Collette & Bernard for the photos & to Sean & Martin on door duty.Also thanks to Joanne,James & Peter for keeping the lubricant flowing.Thanks to Kevin for keeping facebook updated.Last but not least to Mickey’Dynamo himself,who pumped out over 6 hours of heart pounding,foot stomping 80s hits.All his retro lights & signs,add to the old school vibe,brilliantly.I suspect he may actually be a vampire,as he hasn’t aged a bit since the 80s.Or maybe he has a good skin routine:)So that’s it till next October,when the last of the trilogy will take place.I hope you enjoyed the night as much as I did & I look forward to us all meeting up again in 2017,God willing.Till then,keep it 80s dudes!

U21
Cooley Kickhams got their under-21 campaign off to a winning start on Sunday morning with a hard fought win over a Kilkerlery Emmetts /Naomh Malachi amalgamation on a score line of 6-13 to 2-10. The team worked hard throughout with a strong defensive performance which allowed the forward line to create numerous scoring opportunities. The team dealt with all the challenges put in front of them and reacted positively to any set backs. The victory brings the obvious boost in confidence and all players are eagerly awaiting their opponents for the next round.

Cooley Kickhams team Sean Hayes Dylan mc Garrity, Conor Kenny, Craig Mc Guinness, Paddy Hanlon, Dean Mc Greehan, Kevin Murphy, James Loughran, Peter Thornton, Fearghal Malone, Thomas Mc Guinness, Eoin Mc Daid, Emmet rogan, Jake Mc Shane, Michael Carron Subs Nicholas Rafferty, Luke White, MJ Mc Carragher, Sean Mc Grane

Kilkerly Emmets/nh Malachies Tadgh Litchfield, Jack Lynch, Cillian Mulligan, Kyle Cotter, Killian Kampes, Adam Shields, James Bellew, DavidRogers, Tiarnan Gonnolly, Connor Kirk, Connall Mc Eneaney, Noel Donaldson, Tadgh Mc Eneaney, Dan Mc Keown, Darren Litchfield Sub Dean Bourbon

U13
Cooley Kickhams lost this u13 game away to Glen Emmets 7-10 to 2-04.

Cooley Panel Shane Quigley, Cormac Malone, Cathal Malone, Darragh Brady, John Digney, Cian Reilly, Cian Conner, Enda O Neill, Gerard Hanlon, Aaron Sheelan, Daragh Mc Daid, Caolan Haugh, Christian Mc Grane, Milo Moore, Thomas Fearon, Sean Mc Carragher, John Callan, Thomas Mc Carragher, Ronan Mc Mullin

U15 Boys
Cooley Kickhams won this game 3-14 to 2-08 against NH Martins. At Half time it was 1-07 to 0-5 for Cooley Kickhams.

Cooley Kickhams Team Cian Rogan, Josh Mc Shane, Jamie Murphy, Andrew O Neill, MJ Hanlon, Gerard White, Fionn Reilly 0-1, Joe Mee 1-04, James Mc Grath, Aodhan O Hanlon 0-3, Patrick Johnston 0-1, Packie Carron 0-1, Pearse Hulme, Adam Bolton, Darragh Callan 1-02 Subs Ryan Gregory 0-1, Jack Mc Cann, Ian Arnold, Ronan Mc Bride, Aaron Carolan, Conor Murphy, Declan Mc Cormack, Conor Mc Aviney

Geraldines

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Under 15 Div 2 Final
Geraldines 3-8  St Josephs 2-9
This Geraldines team came through a very tough sporting game against our near neighbours St Josephs. Played on a lovely Autumn evening both teams provided a great spectacle of football for the sizeable crowd.
The Joes got off to the better start and had 3 quick points on the scoreboard before the Geraldines could get the ball out of their half. Captain Conor Soraghan got the first point with a trademark break up the field. Shortly afterwards star full forward Conor Magowan scored a great individual goal to give the young Gers a one point lead.
Back came the Joes with 3 more points before man of the match Oran O Hanlon reduced the Joes lead to one following good build up play by Richie Dunne. The wind was picking up now and it took some great defending by Martin O Donnacha , Mark McConnell and Bryan Soraghan to keep the Joes at bay. Eoin Flanagan was getting good distance on his kickouts into the wind and Cathal Purcell was becoming more of a force in midfield. However the last score of the half went the Joes way when Conal McCaul kicked a fabulous point from beyond the 45
Halftime Geraldines 1-2 St Josephs 0-7
With the wind behind them now the Geraldines had more success getting the ball into danger man McGowan and this resulted in an early point. A feature of the game throughout was the battle between Joes fullback Kevin Campbell and Magowan, both men showed their undoubted talents.
Isaac Mc Gahon who was becoming more influential scored the equalising point following a good build up with Ciaran Peelo and James McNamara. The game then swung in the Geraldines favour when two goals rocked the Joes. First Conor Magowan escaped the clutches of Campbell following a great break by the outstanding Donal Leavy to fire low to the net. Then captain Soraghan showed his blistering pace to break through the Joes defence and finish from a tight angle.
But back came the Joes and they responded with a goal of their own which they followed with a great point to leave only two between the sides with 8 minutes remaining. A high ball into the Geraldines square caused panic and in the ensuing scramble the Gers were penalised and referee Brian Brady awarded a penalty to St Josephs.
Given the time left this was a pressure kick but Jack Barron didn’t show any nerves , expertly slotting past Eoin Flanagan. The Gers were up against it now and spurned some good opportunities to draw level , it took an outstanding interception from Liam Cafferty to keep the Gers in the game.
 With two minutes left on the clock we won a close range free and Donal Leavy cooly brought the sides level.
Cometh the hour Cometh the man and the excellent Oran O Hanlon won the breaking ball from the checkout and set off on a mazy run before expertly stepping inside his marker and slotting over the bar. There was still time for the Joes to draw level and they might well have were it not for some tenacious tackling and a great interception by Aaron McQuillan. Not content with that he broke forward and fed the ever willing O Hanlon who kicked a sublime point to ensure victory. Referee Bradys whistle was a welcome sound for the Gers who add this years 2A title to last years 2B.
This victory was a result of some dogged performances over the year which every panel member contributed handsomely too. Oisin McDermott and Sean Maguire were introduced last night as subs and played their part in the victory. Finn Reilly and Patrick Brady have been ever-present and their roles in the league victory over the then unbeaten Roche was key to making the final. Adam Gartlan, Peter Woulfe and Ferdia McDonnell also played their parts over the season. Special mention also to Timmy Connolly who fractured his hip against Collon and Luke McSherry who ruptured his cruciate against Roche. It was great to have the two lads on the line last night and we wish them both a speedy recovery. Finally Mark Leavy who at 12 years of age came on to make up the numbers for the last 5 minutes of the roche game and scored 2-1 to ensure victory.
Geraldines:
E Flanagan, M O Donnacha, M McConnell, B Soraghan, L Cafferty, D Leavy, J McNamara, C Soraghan(capt) C Purcell, C Peelo, I McGahon , R Dunne, A McQuillan, C Magowan, O O Hanlon. Subs: S Maguire, O McDermott, F Reilly, P Brady, F McDonnell, A Gartlan, P Woulfe
Scorers: C McGowan 2-1 , C Soraghan 1-1 , O O Hanlon 0-4, D Leavy 0-1 I McGahon 0-1
St Josephs: Matthew Quigley, Aaron Neary, Josh Mackin, Turlough McGeeney, Michael Staunton, Kevin Campbell, Conor Marmion, Gabriel Bell, Conal McCaul, Ciaran Johnston, Josh Todd, Ben Collier, Jack Barron, Conor McKnight, Oran McParland and Killian McDonnell

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25th Oct
3, 6, 17, 13

No Jackpot Winner
Match 3 Winners share €200
Eamonn Smyth, C/O Malachy Rogers and Siobhan Murray, 3 Cloonevan, Clermont.
New Drat for Jackpot of €19,600 is Tuesday 1st November
You can play Gers Lotto Online by clicking here https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Geraldines_GFC/lotto
Cheers,
Philip


18th Oct

1, 17, 18, 27

No Jackpot Winner

Match Three Winners Share €200

Simon Lucas, C/O Rory Mackin

Next Draw Tuesday 25th October at 8.15pm for €19,400

Play Lotto Online at https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Geraldines_GFC/lotto
11th Oct
No Jackpot Winner

6, 8, 9, 32

Match 3 Winners Share €200

Anita Ward C/O Seamus Murtagh

Next draw will be held on Tuesday 19th October at 8.15pm for Jackpot of €19,200

You can plat Geraldines Lotto Online Now at https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Geraldines_GFC/lotto
4th Oct
No Jackpot Winner

5, 9, 13, 30

Match Three Winners share €200

Eugene McCartney, Chapel Road, Haggardstown
Alan Thornton, Marlboro Road, Haggardstown
Adrienne Cunningham, 3 Caislainn, Heynestown

Next Draw for €19,000 is Tuesday 11th October at 8.15pm

Wolfe Tones

Jackpot €960
No Winner
Winning Numbers: 7, 14, 16, 24
3x€20 winners: Conor, Dylan, Sophie Kelly, Aaron Brown, B. O’Rourke
Next week €990

Roche Emmets

Oct 25th

RESULTS

  1. U18 League 3B Semi Final: Roche Emmets 0-0 O’Raghallaighs W/O
  2. U13 League 2B Semi Final: Roche Emmets 0-4 Kilkerley Emmets/Naomh Malachi 4-3
  3. U15 League 2A Semi Final: Roche Emmets 3-9 Geraldines 10-5

 

OTHER

  1. Club Lotto Draw 17 – Numbers: 2, 3, 19, 26 – Jackpot €5,600 – No Jackpot Winner.
    10 tickets share €200:
    Anne Fee, Dungooley, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Marion McCoy, Upper Faughart, Dundalk

Jennifer O’Hare, c/o Owen O’Hare

Kenny Sullivan, Slieve, Hackballscross, Dundalk

Patrick Quigley, Edenkell, Hackballscross, Dundalk

Marie Marmion, Balriggan, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Marie Lambe, Tateetra, Newtownbalregan, Dundalk

Daniel, Liam & Finn Craven, Balloran Road, Louth

Joe Gallagher, Barleyfield, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Carol Levins, Lurgankeel, Kilcurry, Dundalk

  1. Club Lotto Draw 18 – Numbers: 17, 29, 30, 31 – Jackpot €5,700 – No Jackpot Winner.
    10 tickets share €200:
    Jean Brady , Mill Road, Castletown, Dundalk

Jenny Duffy, c/o Simon Allen

Thomas Fisher, 42 Fatima Court, Dundalk

Margaret Logan, Blackrock, Dundalk

Gerry Flynn, Dungooley, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Sharon Toal, Annies, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Sinead Brady, c/o Mick Brady

Margaret Begley, Edenkell, Hackballscross, Dundalk

Harry Reilly, Kilcurry, Dundalk

Tom Murphy, Ballybinaby, Hackballscross, Dundalk

Draw 20 takes place in Roche Clubrooms on Friday 4 November at 9:00pm.
Play online at www.rocheemmets.ie/lotto.

  1. Mr & Mrs Competition to take place in RocheClubrooms on Saturday 5 November. Tickets at €10 available from any committee member.
  2. All fixtures & results available from our website www.rocheemmets.ieand Facebook page www.facebook.com/rocheemmets.


OcT 16th

RESULTS
1. U13 League Round 9: Roche Emmets 2-9 Glyde Rangers/Sean McDermotts/Westerns 6-12
2. U16 League 3A Final: Roche Emmets 1-13 Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire 3-5

FIXTURES
1. U13 League 2B Semi Final vs Kilkerley Emmets/Naomh Malachi in Roche on Sunday 16 October at 2:30pm.

OTHER
1. Club Lotto Draw 16 – Numbers: 5, 9, 21, 28 – Jackpot €5,500 – No Jackpot Winner.
10 tickets share €200:
May Meegan, Carrickedmond, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Jonathan McLoughlin, Knockagh, Hackballscross, Dundalk
Annette Kelly, 8 Fatima Court, Dundalk
Ann Rogers, Tateetra, Newtownbalregan, Dundalk
Francie Bergin, Newry Road, Dundalk
Alan McGeough, Church Road, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Aileen Markey, 66 Fatima Court, Dundalk
Joe Gallagher, Barleyfield, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Gerry Stewart, Stranacarry, Barleyfield, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Tom Casey, 49 Fatima Drive, Dundalk
Draw 18 takes place in Roche Clubrooms on Friday 21 October at 9:00pm.
Play online at www.rocheemmets.ie/lotto.
2. Mr & Mrs Competition to take place in Roche Clubrooms on Saturday 5 November. Tickets at €10 available from any committee member.
3. All fixtures & results available from our website www.rocheemmets.ie and Facebook page www.facebook.com/rocheemmets.
Oct 8th
RESULTS
1. U18 League Round 11: Roche Emmets 0-0 Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire W/O
2. U15 League Round 4: Geraldine 4-6 Roche Emmets 1-7
3. U14 League 1B Final: Naomh Mairtin 1-6 Roche Emmets 4-12

OTHER
1. Club Lotto Draw 15 – Numbers: 7, 18, 30, 31 – Jackpot €5,400 – No Jackpot Winner.
10 tickets share €200:
Paul McArdle, 6 Fatima Court, Dundalk
Peter McShane, Ballinfuil, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Brian Smart, 24 Fatima Court, Dundalk
Aileen McGinn, Whitemills, Faughart, Dundalk
Olive Martin, Barleyfield, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Pat McGee, Knockagh, Hackballscross, Dundalk
Orlagh Treacy, Shortstone, Hackballscross, Dundalk
Deirdre McDonnell, Dungooley, Kilcurry, Dundalk
Brigid Savage, Monascriebe, Faughart, Dundalk
Eveline O’Callaghan, Rathduff, Dundalk
Draw 17 takes place in Roche Clubrooms on Friday 14 October at 9:00pm.
Play online at www.rocheemmets.ie/lotto.
2. All fixtures & results available from our website www.rocheemmets.ie and Facebook page www.facebook.com/rocheemmets.

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