Sons of St Patrick G.F.C. Weekly Lotto Draw: Numbers drawn: 5 18 21 25 Jackpot Winner: None. Next Weeks Jackpot: €2,100. €15 Prizewinners: Ruaraí McElligott C/O Roger, Mick Fitzpatrick Bunnoe, Ned Lennon Latton, Eugene Fay Risboduff,Bunnoe, Pat McPhillips Feagh, Aghabog, Annie McGinn Newbliss, Ben Clerkin Scotshouse, Eileen Rafferty Scotshouse, Brian McCabe Cloncorick, Jimmy McQuaid Scotshouse.
Division 4 Crawley Cup Round 1 : Once again a game of two halves. The first half Currin were in charge gaining two points in the first ten minutes, the visitors missed a penalty shortly afterwards. Clontibret sored one point in the first twenty minutes against Currin’s four, Currin’s defence played well at this stage where the visitors hit the woodwork three times. By half time the score was Currin four to Clontibret’s three. In this half, Currin had one yellow and one red card shown. The second half saw Clontibret taking charge. After ten minutes, they then scored three points within two minutes and from then on played well. Although many players in the Currin team played well they failed to break down the Visitors defence, scoring only twice to Clontibret’s seven. The final score was Currin 0-6 Contibret 0.10 .Scorers: Ciaran McCaffrey 3, Nial McEntee 1,Cian North 2
Team: Ryan Beattie, Gareth Beattie, Stephen Beattie, Gary Beattie, Sean Brady, Eoin Morrow, Ciaran McCaffrey, Paddy McDermott, Daniel McEntee, Nial McEntee, Tommy McGuire, Cian North, Michael Quigley, Declan Smith, Subs: Enda McCaffrey, Seamus McQuaid.
Sunday 12th June: Intermediate Football Championship: Throw in 2.30pm at Monaghan Harps Ground. V Rockcorry. Supporters needed, remember the team has been playing well this year, let’s give them the support they deserve.
Sorry about last weeks notes all due to a slight technical hitch, hopefully all is well now.
Summary of last weeks news: Apologies to those who attend Mass at Ture, I gave the wrong time a few weeks ago. Mass is at 6.30pm on Saturday.
Bingo: It has been reported that the number of people supporting the Bingo on Tuesday evenings is decreasing to a level that may result in the organisers having to think hard about its future. It would be a shame if we lost this activity which many people enjoy. Why not have a chat with some friends and come along some evenings. 9pm in the Community Centre.
Please remember Fr Cathal Deery in your prayers as he has been unwell recently.
Surprise Party in Connolly’s Lounge on Saturday 28th May for Francie North’s special birthday. It was a great success with a full house , Great Music and food served late in the evening. Many joined in the dancing in a very packed dance area. A very enjoyable evening, well organised.
Athletic training will be on Friday at 5.pm. Assemble at Killeevan National School.
Congratulations to Gareth and Martina Beattie on the birth of their first child, a daughter Robyn Leigh, who arrived on Sunday 5th June. Congratulations also to the proud Grandparents Frances, Martin, Dermot and Myrtle.
Youth 2000 Summer Festival, Clonmacnois, Co Offaly Thursday 4th – Sunday 7th August 2011. For young people age 26-35, an opportunity to experience the Catholic Faith and to meet many new friends. Donation only. Free buses available from around the country. Contact 085-8289231 or 01-6753690 or book on line; www.youth2000.ie
The Annual Pentecost Ecumenical Service will take place this year on Devenish Island at 3.00pm on Sunday June 12th. It will be led by Bishop Liam MacDaid and Clogher Church of Ireland Bishop elect, or his representative. A boat will leave Innis Clare at 2.00pm. Since there is a limited number of places available on the boat, places will be allocated on a first come serve basis. To register for a place, please contact the COI Diocesan Office on 02866347879. Refreshments will be served on the boat on the return trip.
Knock Summer Festival 2011: ‘Fuel for the Journey’ 24th – 26th June. The Knock Summer Festival takes place in June kin Knock Shrine. The Festival is a three day event, over the three days there will be talks, workshops prayer. Reflection, music and much more happening. It is a chance to come away and explore, ignite and celebrate your faith. The Festival is for all people ages 18-35 and the cost of the weekend is €70 (This includes all your food and accommodation). For more info contact the youth ministry on 0949388100/0876927850
Our Village: I am sure you have noticed that the village is beginning to look smart and tidy again. This is due to a small group really working hard to brighten up the village. Everyone can help by making sure that their home and surrounding area is kept tidy and if possible planting a few flowers or shrubs to brighten up the area. There are still lots to be done why not ask the workers if you can help when you see them. Well done the Few.