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Currin Notes

July 11th, 2011

SCOTSHOUSE:

Bingo: As always bingo in the Scotshouse Community Centre on Tuesday at 9.00pm Please support this local function.

Notes from Parish Bulletin:

Saturday 16th Months Mind Mass  for Patsy Brady Dunsrim and Glasgow.

Athletics: Training on Wednesday and Friday at 5pm.  Assemble at Killeevan National School.

Leaving Certificate Irish Course in Greenan’s Cross School 18th July – 22nd July 9.30am – 1.30 am Contact Betty at 086-8509541 or Mary 086-3795403 or 047-54361 for further details.

Keep Saturday 20th August Free:  Sponsored Walk and Barbeque at Greenan’s Cross School.

Please read the notes in the GAA Club notes under Currin.  You can read about the efforts of our young men and young women are involved in the sporting world.

CURRIN

Sons of St Patrick G.F.C. Weekly Lotto Draw:  Numbers Drawn:  10 11  12  14  No Jackpot Winner. Next Weeks Jackpot €2,700.  €15 Prizewinners:  Mary Beth Connolly  Adrumdonny, Paddy McCarney Scotshouse, Bernie McKenna Clonfad Newtownbutler, M.McGovern Clones, Luke McKiernan Clonfad, Oliver McCaul Scotshouse, Patrick & Lisa Connolly Rockcorry, Bronagh Carey Scotshouse, Shirley Smyth Newbliss, Sean McDonald Lisnaskea.

Monaghan Ladies:  Monaghan Ladies retained their Ulster Title after beating last years All Ireland Finalist Tyrone in the Ulster Final in Clones on Sunday with a score line 3.18 to 10.  There was great Currin support for local Ellen McCarron who is a regular on the senior team for the past four years.  She played a pivotal role in this game scoring 4 fine points.  Also on the panel is Laura Boylan  (first aider with the senior Currin men’s team).  Congratulations to our girls and the team and continued success in All Ireland series.

Currin V Corduff last Saturday:
After twenty minutes Curin were up 5 – 2 . Then the wheels fell off and Corduff were up 6 – 5 by half time. In the second half Currin scored 3 points, with Stephen Smyth, Ciaran Kierans and Jack McCarron scoring.  Corduff came back and scored a point from a free, then Stephen replied straight away. Although Currin were near the Corduff goal a number of times all six forwards were in the centre of the field and as they beat their marker they ran into another Corduff player immediately, lots of passing but going no where. Corduff scored 3 more points to win the game.  Final score : Currin 0-9 Corduff 0-10.  Scorers for Currin: Stephen Smyth 3 points, Jack McCarron 2 points, Gareth Beattie 1 point, Dick Clerkin 1point, Cieran Kierans 1 point,Gerald O’Callaghan 1 point.    Team: Fergal Connolly,Shane O’Connor,Connor McCaffrey, Enda McCaffrey,Cieran McCaffrey,Michael Quigley,Gerald O’Callaghan,Dick Clerkin,Francis O’Callaghan,Ben Clerkin,Jack McCarron,Phillip O’Callaghan,Stephen Smyth,Cieran Kierans,Gareth Beattie. Subs: Daragh Brady, Waylon McEniff, Patrick McDermott, Niall McEntee, Cian North, Declan Smyth

Saturday 16th July: Championship : Playing Aughnamullen at Ballybay – Throw In : 7.45pm
The lads need your support, they beat this team before this season, but the Championship is a different game for all.

GAA Summer Camps 2011:
Learn new skills at a Super Camp specifically for 13-15 year olds-boys & girls – from 2nd to 4th August. Venues are St Macartan’s College, Monaghan & Inver College, Carrickmacross. Times 10.00am – 3.30pm  Cost €45  Free GAA Super Camp jersey to each participant.  Further details from Paul O’Connor, Games Development Manager  on 086-8374827/developmentmanager.monaghan@gaa.ie

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