Slotto – Results for w/e 25.08.19 Jackpot €3,100. Winner; None. Numbers drawn; 04, 05, 11 and 28. Lucky dip winners; Olive McCooey, Brian Kermode, Paddy O’Reilly and Ivan Maxwell. Next week jackpot = €3,200.
Thanks to all ticket sellers and buyers for continued support towards our club slotto.
Intermediate Championship – Hard luck to the senior team who exited the Intermediate Championship last Friday night. Full time score; Tyholland: 2-11 Aughnamullen: 1-22
Tyholland Team; Pat Hamill, Mickey McQuaid, Stephen Connolly, Padraig Finnan, Joe O’Boyle, Harry Clancy, Paul Coyle, Brian McArdle, James McMahon, Sean Treanor, Karl O’Connell, Gerard Treanor, Shane Treanor (Captain), Ryan McKenna and Mark Mooney.
Subs Used; Colm McDonagh
Scores; Padraig Finnan: 1-0, Colm McDonagh: 1-0, Shane Treanor: 0-4 (1 free), Ryan McKenna: 0-3 (3 frees), Mark Mooney: 0-1, Gerard Treanor: 0-1, Harry Clancy: 0-1, Joe O’Boyle: 0-1
IFL – Next league game, Saturday 31th August away to Emyvale at 6pm. Please support.
U9s – Well done to the U9s who all played brilliantly in the Go-Games blitz on Saturday morning in Aughnamullen. We will host our annual Enda Kavanagh blitz on Saturday 7th September.
U11s – Liam Stirrat league game this Saturday 31st August home to Aghabog at 12 noon. Our annual Damien McGlynn tournament will take place on Saturday 14th September in Tyholland.
U12 Girls – Well done to our U12s on their draw with Emyvale last week. Full time score; Tyholland: 3-7 Emyvale: 3-7.
U13s – Well done to the U13 squad who defeated Corduff in the championship quarter final last Saturday. Full time score; Tyholland: 4-10 Corduff: 3-11. An enthralling game with end to end quality football played by both teams. Semi-final beckons for our U13s team now.
U17s – Well done to our U17s who defeated Clones/Killeevan in the first round of the championship last week.
Well Done – To Cian McKenna who won an All-Ireland bronze medal in the All-Ireland Community Games in Limerick recently.
Condolences – To the Sherry and McQuaid families on the passing of Simon Sherry. May he Rest In Peace.