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October 13th, 2021

GAEIL TRIUCHA NOTES 12th October 2021

LOTTO

 

Lotto Draw 10/10/2021

 

Lotto Sponsor for October: Barry McKenna Agri Services

 

This week’s draw results sponsored by: Cele Installation Services Ltd.

 

Numbers drawn: 4, 12 16 & 22.

 

NO Jackpot Winner

 

5 Match 3 Winner – Shares €100

Niall Rooney – Oisinvale

Kevin Treanor – Derrykinnighmore

Norah McKenna – Kilnagullion

Shauna McAree –

Clair & Brian McKenna – Dernalussett

 

Yearly Sellers Prize: The Club

 

Next Week’s Jackpot is €8,400 (17th October 2021)

 

Thank you again for your continued support of Gaeil Triúcha.

 

 

You can try your luck online via Clubforce or alternatively a completed Lotto envelope can be dropped into the post box at St Mellans before 9pm every Sunday.

 

Lotto Sponsorship:

If anyone is interested in sponsoring our Club lotto, either weekly or monthly, please contact Martin on 086 3793256.

 

GAEIL TRIÚCHA FOOTBALL

 

ADULT

Recent Results

 

Senior Football Championship Group 1 – Round 5

Magheracloone 2-9 Gaeil Triúcha 2-13

 

Upcoming Fixtures

Senior Football Championship Quarter Final

17th Oct Gaeil Triúcha v Clontibret 2:30pm (Venue: Castleblayney)

 

 

JUVENILES

Recent Results

 

U17 Div 2 Football Championship – Cup Semi Final

Gaeil Triúcha 2-11 Óghlaigh Naomh Buach 3-9

 

U17 Div 3 Football Championship – Shield Prelim

Aghabog Emmets 0-15 Gaeil Triúcha 3-4

 

U13 Div 2 Football Cup Competition – Quarter Final

Emyvale 2-12 Gaeil Triúcha 3-13

 

Upcoming Fixtures

 

U15 Div 1 Football Championship – Shield Final

16th Oct Gaeil Triúcha v Emyvale 3:00pm (Venue: Monaghan Harps)

 

U13 Div 6 Football Championship – Quarter Final

17th Oct Monaghan Harps v Gaeil Triúcha 11:00am

 

U15 Div 5B Football Championship – Final

17th Oct Aughnamullen v Gaeil Triúcha 11:00am (Venue: Tyholland)

 

 

 

 

TRUAGH LADIES:

 

It’s Championship Final Weekend!!

 

Truagh Ladies GFC have now received official confirmation that our Intermediate Championship Final v Scotstown will proceed this Saturday 16th October at 3pm in Emyvale GAA Grounds.

 

Following their success in the Intermediate – Division 2 League Final in September our Senior Ladies are now hoping to win the double and secure promotion to Division 1 in 2022.

 

The winners of Saturdays Intermediate Final will proceed to the Ulster Club Competition on Saturday 23rd October where they will meet the winners from Fermanagh.

 

Good luck to all our Senior Ladies and their Manager Anthony Treanor and his backroom team in this anticipated Final.

 

Please note times are correct at time of going to press. Please check Truagh Ladies Facebook page for any up to date changes.

 

We regret the clash of fixtures with our Gaeil Triúcha U15 team in their Final v Emyvale, due to take place on Saturday at 3pm in Monaghan Harps GFC also.

 

It’s time for all Gaels to get the Red and Black out to support both teams. Get those flags out!

 

Truagh juvenile players were delighted to accept new training jerseys over the weekend. We thank the girls for supporting our Guess the Score fundraiser recently and also Glynn Williams from Centra Emyvale – Williams & Moran for assisting with generous sponsorship.

 

The training jerseys were supplied by Adam and Bridin from PingKing Sports and we would like to thank them both for the huge effort they made to have them delivered in time for our U14 final on Saturday.

 

There a number of training Webinars coming up over the next couple of months and we encourage anyone interested to register as soon as possible to secure your place. Details will be available on our Facebook page.

 

Training continues:

U16’s & U18 and Seniors: Dates and times will be notified from the management.

All players within these age-groups welcome.

 

We remind all players to please update your returntoplaygaa.ie Health Questionnaire and re-confirm you are fit to play at least one hour before each Training session or game. Remember to continue to sanitize entering and existing St. Mellans and maintain social distancing before and after training and when spectating and together we can keep our games going.

We would like to appeal for to any player who has any club jerseys to return them to coaches asap.

 

Results:

U14’s: Hard luck to our U14 team who were defeated in the Division 2 Final Saturday morning by Scotstown GAA who were deserved winners on the day.

Truagh Ladies club are extremely proud of this group of players and we thank them and their Management for the great commitment put in all year.

 

Upcoming Fixtures:

 

Senior Ladies: Intermediate Championship Final v Scotstown this Saturday 16th Oct @3pm in Emvyale Gfc grounds.

Good luck to all our Senior Ladies and their Manager Anthony Treanor and his backroom team as they attempt to win the Intermediate double and secure promotion to Division 1.

All support is greatly appreciated for this final.

 

 

HEALTHY CLUB:

Cash For Clobber Collection The perfect time of the year to do a bit of decluttering. For every kg in weight received ‘Cash For Clobber’ will donate €0.40 to Fr John Skinnader Missionary work in South Sudan. Items accepted are reusable clothing, paired shoes, hats, scarves, curtains, bed linen, belts, handbags, towels. All items are recycled and sent to Niarobi in Kenya for reuse. Please bring all items in bin bags. All items to be left inside the dressing rooms at the side of the complex between Friday 1st October 2021 to Sunday 9th January 2022.

GAA Healthy Clubs My Mind Matters Challenge

The GAA Healthy Club Project is once more partnering with Irish Life to encourage club members this October to participate in a wellbeing challenge via the MyLife App that has the potential to raise €10,000 for Samaritans Ireland.

 

The three-week ‘GAA Healthy Clubs My Mind Matters’ challenge throws-in on October 10th, World Mental Health Day, and aims to inspire participants to set aside 30 minutes five-days-a-week for an activity that boosts their mental health. If participants collectively record 30,000 days of activity on the MyLife App (each 30 minutes of activity recorded counts as one day) between October 10th-30th then Irish Life will donate €10,000 to Samaritans Ireland, the GAA’s official mental health partners since 2015. But that’s not all. Participants can also donate their MyLife points to Samaritans through the MyLife rewards store, resulting in more welcome funds for one of Ireland’s hardest working charities.

 

You’ll also have the opportunity to win great prizes for you and your club. Any participant who achieves our weekly targets will be entered into our weekly draws for: Week 1: 25x £50 Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards

Week 2: 30x Fitbit Charge 4

Week 3: 5x €500 Ireland’s Blue Book Voucher

One lucky participant will win an expert coaching & wellbeing event with Oisin McConville for their local GAA club. Track your activity with a fitness wearable (e.g. Fitbit) or fitness app (e.g. Google Fit or Samsung Health for Android or Apple Health for iPhone) connected to MyLife How do club members & community join the challenge?

1. Download the MyLife app from the App store or Google Play store • Apple App Store – https://apps.apple.com/ie/app/mylife-by-irish-life/id1459620652 • Google Playstore – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.irishlife.mylife 2. Register your details 3. Tap on the social tab on the MyLife app 4. Select challenges 5. Select GAA Healthy Clubs My Mind Matters Challenge Tap on join

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES:

 

Walking Track – Government restrictions

As we continue move out of the current Government restrictions ALL Club buildings remain closed.

 

The walking track remains open to the entire Community. Please observe social distancing, use sanitiser and follow the 1-way system.

 

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