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July 28th, 2021

Club Lotto

 

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Lotto last week. We had no winner of the draw this week. The numbers drawn were 12, 17, 21 and 29. The lucky dip winners were Jamsie Burns, Maurice Kindlon, Eimear Farrelly and Leo Marron, Lattinalbany. Each winner receives €30. The next draw will take place on Monday evening and will be for a jackpot of €5000.

Please continue to support the club by buying an envelope from our new stands in Justin’s and McGrane’s shops or by using the link  https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=672&_ga=#Anchor. You can also download the Clubforce App. One envelope is €2 or 3 envelopes for €5. Cut off time for playing the lotto online is 6pm on Monday evening.

 

Sympathy

 

We would like to convey our condolences to the family and friends of Liam McCaul, Michael Hoey and Catherine Marron who all passed away during the week. May they all rest in eternal peace.

 

Ulster GAA games

 

Best wishes from the club go to Kian Duffy, Patrick Farrelly and Patrick Doogan Burke who represent us on this years U17 county panel. Monaghan play Donegal tomorrow evening (Wednesday) in the Ulster GAA Championship quarter final. Best of luck to all involved.

 

Our County U20’s play in the Ulster final this Friday evening in what will be their first outing since the tragic passing of their Captain Brendan Óg Duffy, who led them to the final in a way that only a captain could. We wish everyone involved with the County U20’s the absolute best of luck and especially our own club representatives, Jack Doogan, Joe Kirk Ryan Farrelly and Ronan McKeown.

 

We also wish Ryan Farrelly and the County seniors all the best in the Ulster Final against Tyrone on Saturday afternoon in Croke Park at 4pm.

 

Seniors

 

Our seniors played out a great win over Scotstown last Friday evening with the game finishing on a score line of 3-10 to 0-08. Well done lads. There are no senior fixtures this weekend with our County team playing in the Ulster final on Saturday, we wish Ryan, and all involved the very best of luck.

U9’s

Our U9’s have a Go Game blitz in Carrick on Saturday morning at the earlier time of 9.30am. Best of luck lads and coaches.

 

U11’s

Our U11’s played Scotstown away last Saturday morning and both of our teams came out on the right side of the scoreboard. Well done lads! Next up is Castleblayney away on August 6th at 11am.

 

U13’s

Our U13 Division 6 team played Killanny this evening (Tuesday) in rain-soaked conditions, a big difference from last weeks weather. The boys ran out eventual winners and can be very pleases with their performance. They play Killeevan next on Sunday morning at home at 11am.

Our Division 1 and 5 teams are awaiting confirmation of their next fixtures which hope to be played this weekend.

 

U15’s

 

Our U15 Division 5B team were unlucky to lose by the narrowest of margins last Sunday morning to Castleblayney, final score was Magheracloone 2-11 Castleblayney 3-09. Hard luck lads. They now go through to the Shield semi-final against Inniskeen on August 13th so put that date in your diary!

The Division 2 team secured a great win against Latton last Thursday on a score-line of 5-10 to 3-09. Well done to all involved. This now puts them through to a Shield final, date yet to be confirmed.

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