Lotto Result. The numbers drawn in the Lotto for the week ending 30th May were 12, 18, 24 and 28. The Jackpot of 6,800 euro was not won. The Lucky Dip winners were Aoibheann McGuigan, Derrynascobe, Rose McCaul, Clontrain, Henry Babington, Killygally and Charlie O Reilly.
The Jackpot next week will be 6,900 euro.
Senior Team. The Reserve team were in action on Wednesday evening when they travelled to Doohamlet in the O’Duffy Cup, first round. On Sunday 29th the team travelled to Latton for a league game. It was not the ideal preparation for the game on Wednesday as Latton came out on top and proved to be the stronger team on the day.
The Senior League takes a break this weekend owing to the County team’s encounter with Tyrone in Omagh in the Ulster Championship.
The league resumes on Wednesday 8th with a trip to Castleblayney. The throw-in is timed for eight o’clock.
Magheracloone will field without a number of first team players as some have travelled to the USA in search of work and football. The club wishes them well and hope to see them back in the Magheracloone jersey before the end of the year.
Juvenile Affairs. The juvenile is quiet at the moment with the upcoming state exams. uppermost in some players’ minds. The U-12 competition was completed at the weekend and the Juvenile Board have now grouped teams for the next stage in their development.
The U-14 team will host Truagh on Tuesday 7th with the throw-in timed for seven o’clock.
Best Wishes. The chairman and executive of the club would like to take this opportunity to extend best wishes to all members undertaking exams in the coming weeks.
Congratulations. Several members of the juvenile club, both boys and girls, were among those who excelled at the Ulster Athletics competition in Letterkenny at the weekend. They now qualify for the All-Ireland finals at the end of June. All in the club wish to congratulate them on their achievement and hope that they bring some All Ireland glory to the parish. With such athletic ability, the Magheracloone teams will surely be the fittest in the county.
Ulster Championship. The Magheracloone club offers best wishes to Eamon McEneaney and his team as they travel to Omagh on Sunday to face Tyrone. The team can expect strong support from members of the club as they attempt to bring the Anglo-Celt Cup back to Monaghan.