Sons of St Patrick GFC Weekly Lotto Draw: Numbers Drawn : 13 16 22 28 Jackpot winner NONE Next Weeks Jackpot : €6,000. €15. Prizewinners: Tony McGorman Aghabog, Eoin Marrow Scotshouse ,Siobhan McQuaid Scotshouse, Patrick Connolly Connons, Antony McCaffrey Scotshouse, Pat Fitzpatrick Cavan Hospital, Ronan McPhillips Corconnolly, Sean Fay(JNR) Knox Scotshouse, Sean Fay Knox Scotshouse, Thomas J Bird Ballinagh. Next Draw 15th May in Connolly’s Bar.
Under 14 team: The lads had an impressive win over Scotstown last Saturday at home, Currin 9-12 Scotstown 2-6 The scores came from Ronan King 6-1, who was in top form. Cian Mc Carney 2-3 Jason Mc Kernan1-1 Kevin Murphy 3 pts, Terry Mc Entee and Conar Beettie 2 pts each. Their next game is an away game to Aghabog. WELL done boys the training is beginning to pay off.
Under 12 Fixture against Clones is being played on Thursday 12th (tonight) This will be played in St Tiernachts Park Clones.
Intermediate Football league .Sunday 8th May Carrickmacross 2-13 CURRIN 1-11 This game was played in difficult conditions with the wind blowing across the pitch. Currin started well getting four points before Carrick scored. The first half Currin was in control and had most of the play, they could have doubled their score with a bit of luck. The half time score, Currin led by 8 to 4. At the start of the second half Carrickmacross came out sharper and got a quick goal. This seemed to change the whole game. From then both teams played well but the passed experience of Carrick showed on a number of occasions, They seemed to have a player unmarked several times near the Currin goal. Both teams played well and the experience should prove useful for the Currin team. The general opinion was that it was a good game and Currin played well.
Team and scorers: Fergal Connolly, Stephen Beattie, Conor McCaffrey, Sean Brady, Enda McCaffrey, Ciaran McCaffrey, Gerard O’Callaghan 1 pt, Dick Clerkin 1 pt, Francis O’Callaghan 1 pt, Ben Clerkin, Jack McKerans 1goal 4 pts, Michael Quigley, Garret Beattie 1 pt, Philip O’Callaghan 3 pts, Shane O’Connor, Subs: Paddy McDermott, Niall McEntee, Tommy McGuire, Dara Brady.
Monaghan Vhi GAA Cul Camps: The Official GAA Summer Camps. Have fun this Summer – All Camps cater for 6-13 year olds, Boys and Girls. The camps cater for Football, Hurling Camogie Handball (as certain camps) Book on line at www.gaa.ie or for further details contact Paul O’Connor (Games Development Manager)) Tel: 086 8374827
Next Game: Sunday 22nd Eire Og Away start 2.30pm
Eire Og FC Fundraising Bingo – Hillgrove Hotel on Sunday 22nd 2.30 Total of Prizes €10,000
Lines €250. House €500. Jackpot €2000. Please support.
Ulster SFC First Round: Donegal V Antrim. On this Sunday At Mac Cumhail Park Ballyboffy Park. Senior 3.30 Minor 1.45
Bingo: Every week in the Community Centre at 9.00pm on Tuesday as usual. Why not join in, these nice bright evenings should be an encouragement to get out and about after the long cold winter, where better to go than join a nice group of people and maybe win occasionally.
Music: The music class with Pat McCabe continues while the schools are open, every Thursday 7.30 to 8.30 pm in the Scotshouse Community Centre.
Community Alert: Meeting on Thursday 19th May at 9.0pm in Community Centre. If you are interested why not come along and join in.
Congratulations to Jimmy Burke and Ann Kellett (Castleblayney) who were married in Scotshouse on Saturday 7thMay. Reception was held at the Glencarn Hotel, Castleblaney. A bus was laid on to take the locals to the reception. A great night was had by all.
Congratulations to Declan McCabe who celebrated his birthday in Connolly’s on Sunday evening. This was a surprise for Declan who was ready to spend the evening sorting out the Lottery. The Lottery had to wait until Monday. A special night for Declan who was delighted to enjoy a great night with all his family and friends.
Congratulations to Daniel McKenna who came third overall in the Carlow Motor Rally and came first in the mark 2 Escort Challenge. This was a tough group with the best drivers from the UK and Ireland.
Best wishes to Mrs Gabrielle Quigley who retired at Easter from the teaching staff of St Enda’s School after 39 years. She was thanked for the tremendous commitment to the school community over the years. She has played a huge part in the formation of generations of children as they went through the school system. Anyone who has been involved with education will appreciate how she must have enjoyed these years and will miss the contact with the young people. The community of Scotshouse wish her well in her retirement with many years of health and happiness. On Sunday 8th May the community made a presentation to Mrs Quigley in the Community Centre.
Weekend Masses: Starting on 28th/29th May we will have a 6.30pm Saturday Vigil Mass in Ture, an 8.00pm Vigil Mass in Aghabog. A 10.00am Sunday Mass in Scotshouse and an 11.30am Sunday Mass in Killeevan.
Confirmation: The young people from the parish will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation in Killeevan on Saturday 14th May. WE welcome Bishop Liam Mac Daid to the parish for the first time.
Eucharistic Congress: The 50th International Eucharistic Congress is being hosted in Dublin from June 10th to 17th 2012. The last time such an event took place in Ireland was in 1932 so this is a great chance for us to renew our faith in Jesus through the Eucharist. The symbol chosen for preparation for the congress is the Bell. We are familiar with the bell ringing in our churches as a means of calling people to prayer. The Eucharistic Congress Bell is being brought to every diocese in the country. In Clogher the Bell will be here from the 9th May until the 17th. It will visit our parish this Friday from 1.00pm to 5.0pm. It is hoped to be in three schools in the parish. More information on the Eucharist Congress can be got at www.iec2012
Charity Night: There will be a Charity Night in the Community Centre on Saturday 28th May at 9.0pm
Keep this evening Free. More details next week.