Truagh Club Notes
Coaching Course: The coaching resumes in St. Mellans this Thursday evening at 8pm. Anyone who has interest in coaching this year or in the future are very welcome to attend. The course is adaptable to anyone who hasn’t been at the previous sessions, so don’t hesitate to come along.
Juvenile Management: Anyone interested in getting involved in juvenile coaching/management in the coming year should contact Sean McGinn (086 3388638) before next Monday 31st January with their request.
Minor Management: Anyone interested in minor management for this year should contact Majella McKenna (086 8261699) before next Monday 31st January with their application.
Lotto Jackpot now €9,000: There was no winner of last week’s jackpot. The lucky numbers were 12, 13, 14, 21. There were 3 match 3 winners, each receiving €70: Ann McKenna-Glasmullagh, Charlene Gabone c/o Ryan McKenna & Mary McManus-Lisaginny (Yearly Ticket). The jackpot now stands at a rounded €9k. Check team: Executive’s. All yearly lotto sellers are asked to give their monies collected to Eilish Treanor in order to produce a receipt.
Presentation Night: Our annual presentation night has been booked for Saturday 19th February in St. Mellans.
Party Bookings: Anyone wishing to avail of the newly fitted out lounge for private functions can book by contacting Gary Meehan (086 8368417), Shane McKenna (087 7999069), Orla Sheerin (086 3660015), Carol Treanor or Bernard Treanor (086 2667752).
Mono League: The Mono League final took place on Saturday last between The Cheeky Girls and The Sugarbabes. First in the alley were Joe Kelly and Aidan Keenan with Joe coming out on top 21-12, 21-14. Richard O Reilly then beat John Treanor 21-5, 21-6. In the 3rd parings Fergal O Neill defeated Greg Finnegan in an electrifying match 21-12, 21-10. Fourth up were Peter McCartan and Michael Treanor where both shared games 21-15, 9-21. The final pairing were the hard hitting No.1’s of Ian Treanor and Christopher McKenna. This game had plenty of everything: hard hitting, passing shots, kills. Christopher took the first game 21-9 and going into the final game Ian was under pressure to reach the 12 points needed for victory. Both players were exchanging points early on until Christopher pulled away, but on 8 points Ian accumulated 4 rapid points to secure the title for The Cheeky Girls.
The battle to avoid the prize of the wooden spoon between The Pussycat Dolls and The Saturdays took place in alley 1. Shane and Eoin Treanor took to the maple and shared games 21-17 and 21-15. Next was Pauric McKenna and Peadar McCluskey again sharing the games 21-10, 21-6. Jonathon McKenna and Barry Treanor shared their game 21-4, 21-6. Finally in a mixture of experience and youth between Michael Mc Carron and Keith Sheerin, Michael won out 21-16, 21-8. The Pussycat Dolls were subsequently handed the wooden spoon. We wish to thank Anna-Rose for laying on the food and for J(Bart)T for the kitty behind the bar resultant from a small business venture that reaped rewards.
Juveniles: continue as per normal Tuesday and Thursdays @6pm.
Alley Bookings: Please note that St. Mellans will be hosting Ulster and some college games in the coming weeks so all players adults and juveniles be careful when booking alleys. We hope to have any bookings written into the booking charts if we receive enough notice of the time and dates of the games.
TG4 Handball: The final handball programme on TG4 is on Monday night the 30th @ 8:30 and 9pm.
AGM: The 2011 AGM will take place this Friday night in St Mellans at 8pm. All parents and anyone who has an interest in Ladies football are welcome to attend.
Presentation night 19th February: We will be holding our presentation night as a joint event with the mens club. The girls performed well again last year and have captured some silverware. So come along for what should be a brilliant night.
Juvenile County Trials: All those interested in playing county football at U-14, U-16 and Minor level are encouraged to attend trials in Cloughan. Relevant times and dates for each age group are published in local press or contact your mentors.