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Aghabog Notes

July 26th, 2011

Aghabog Club Notes 26 -07-2011

Lotto Results:

Numbers drawn: 6, 21, 25, 28. There was no jackpot winner.

€30 Winner: Sarah & Micky c/o Paddy Reilly.

€15 Winners: Jack McKenna x2 c/o Michael Smyth. Kath Brennan c/o Michael Smyth. Frank & Ann Fitzpatrick c/o Michael Smyth. Maureen Gavan c/o John Connolly. Gary Cassidy c/o John Connolly. Jenny Keenan c/o Paddy Greenan. Brian Coleman c/o Brian McAdam.


Next week’s jackpot will be €11,450.



RFL Div 4:

Aghabog 2-17 Killanny 1-05

We had a good win over an understrength Killanny team on Friday last. This victory leaves us in a strong position to secure a semi-final spot which would be a great achievement for this young team.


Fixtures: The powers that be have decided the Championship semi-final against Cremartin will now take place on the weekend of the 14th August.


Traditional Sports Weekend 12th – 14th August 2011:

Promising to be an entertaining weekend for all the family, this is one not to be missed.

There will be something for everyone including underage blitz, kiddies disco, drag hunt, bbq with music by the Mad Arabs, traditional sports day including novelty races, obstacle course, skittles, hoops, hook a duck, sheaf throwing, horseshoes, tug of war and what may prove to be the highlight of the weekend “Aghabog’s Strongest Man” competition.

We are asking anyone who is interested in helping out in any way to come to an open meeting on Thursday next (28th July) at 9.30pm in the club

Yearbook: Monaghan County Board will be producing their own GAA Yearbook this year which local clubs will have a direct input into producing. It would be a great help if anybody who has any photos of events (past or present), ideas on topics to cover, etc could forward them on to or just ring 086 1659589 if you think you might have some useful pointers.

Pitch Perfect: Aside from the hilarious name, this is a chance for the Aghabog club to shine on the national stage. Essentially TG4 are selecting singers from local Gaa clubs all over Ireland. Those lucky enough to be selected will then form part of a choir, which, wait for it…will perform on All-Ireland final day in front of 80,000 in Croke Park. Picture X-Factor with Marty Morrissey. Apply online at or call 097238722

GAA Super Summer Camp:

Super Camps are for older teenagers and target 13 to 15 year olds Boys & Girls,

Two of these camps are to take place in Monaghan from 2nd to 4th Aug. The venues are St Macartans College & Inver College Carrick.

Cost for the Camps are 45euro, Each participant to receive a FREE Gaa Super Camp Jersey.

Time 10am to 3:30pm.

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