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Currin Club Notes 18.07.19

July 19th, 2019

Currin GFC Notes

Lotto

Draw result for Sunday 14th July 2019.

Winning numbers, 6, 25, 30, 32.

6 X €25.00, ‘Lucky dip’, Prizewinners,

Ned Lennon, Ballybay. Roger Carey, Scotshouse. Leah Moncrieff C/O Bernie McCaul. Betty Freeman C/O The Shop Scotshouse. Maggie Brady C/O Padraig McCaffrey. Kate McCaul, (Smart lotto).

Next Draw will be in Connolly’s Bar on Sunday 21st June 2019. The Jackpot will now be €4,300

Don’t forget, Currin Lotto can now be bought on ‘Smart Lotto’. The link to log in is http://bit.ly/CurrinGAA or just search smart lotto and put in Currin. Deadline for lotto draw is 10pm, Sunday night.

Currin Seniors

On Friday evening last we welcomed Doomhamlet to our venue, which unfortunately ended in disappointment for us after having led for a lot of the game. We got off to a flying start after Doomhamlet got the first score with Kevin Murphy getting our first Score. We then were awarded a penalty to which Jack scored putting us 1-1 to a point up. The visitors then scored two points in a row before Kevin converted a free. Another week and another great goal by Jack leaving score line 2-2 to 0-3. Doomhamlet scored 4 points in a row

before they also found back of the Currin net leaving score 2-3 to 1-7. Conor Smyth scored a fine point from play to level things at half time.

Second half resumed with Jack scoring a point from play and Doomhamlet a point from a free. Stephen Smyth was fowled and Jack took his point still leaving us a point up. The visitors were awarded a free which they converted before adding a point from play. Dick brought the game back level with a point from play. Both teams were guilty of wides at this point before Jack again put us a point up from play. But again, Doomhamlet equalised. Enda McCaffrey scored our last point from play before the visitors converted a free and in dying moments score a point from play to leave them a point ahead. We had a chance to draw the game but unfortunately the shot went a begging. Again, some poor passes, and way ward shooting cost us the points. Final Score 2-9 to 1-11

Team & Subs

Fergal Connolly, Colm McCaffrey, Conor McCaffrey, Cian North, Ronan King, Sean Brady, Enda McCaffrey (0-1), Ciaran McCaffery, Eoin Morrow, Kevin Murphy (0-2), Dick Clerkin (0-1) Conor Smyth (0-1), Ben Clerkin, Jack McCarron (2-4) Stephen Smyth

Subs Darragh Brady for Eoin Morrow and David Hynes.

Next game is this Friday evening at home to Carrickmacross. Please come out and support the lads who are giving 100% commitment to training and challenging for results.

Juveniles

U7 & U9

Training continues this Thursday evening from 7-8pm and on Saturday morning from 9.30-10.30am for these groups. Coaches will be in touch with arrangements as normal.

U11

Or U11s play away against Cremartin this Saturday 20th July at 12pm. Training continues every Monday evening at 7pm at the pitch for this group. Coaches will be in contact as normal.

U13

This group will next participate in the U13s Championship round 1 match against Cremartin on Saturday 27th July. Training every Monday evening at 7pm at the pitch. Coaches will be in contact as normal.

U15

Our U15s who are amalgamated with Killeevan (Patrick Sarsfields) played in the Division 4 League Semi Final last Sunday against Carrick B’s, on a lovely sunny morning in front of a large crowd. Carrick were the strongest team on the day but this does not take away from the great fighting spirit of PS. Final Score was Patrick Sarsfields 2:7(13) Carrickmacross 2:19(25).

U17

Our U17s who are amalgamated with Aghabog (Patrick Emmets) are scheduled to play this Tuesday 16th July away in Tyholland at 7.30pm. Coaches will be in contact as normal to organise.

Congratulations to Tiarnan Kierans and the Monaghan team on retaining the Ulster Minor Football Championship last Sunday in a thrilling contest against Tyrone. Final score was Monaghan 1:13 (16) Tyrone 1:11 (14). Monaghan now progress to the All-Ireland quarter-final against Cork in a fortnight’s time.

‘Buy-A-Brick’

It is still not too late to ‘be part of Currin history’. Bricks can be bought from any club member.

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