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March 1st, 2022

Drive in Bingo

Our Drive in Bingo continues every Saturday night at 8pm at the club grounds. The Jackpot is currently sitting at €3150 with a nightly prize fund of €1350 to be given away. So why not join us on the night and beep for the line and honk for the house. 50/50 draw also on the night giving you more chances to win.. Thank you for your continued support of our Drive in Bingo, particularly over the past few weekends when the weather has been far from favourable for all involved.

50/50 weekly draw

Congratulations to Tracy Rooney who was the winner of the weekly 50/50 jackpot on Monday night past. Entries are now open for next Monday nights draw which takes place at 8pm with entries closing at 5pm on the same day. Any entries received after that time will be included in the following weeks draw. The link to enter is available via our social media channels and also on the Rockcorry GAA app which is now free to download.

Faul cup success

Well done to Ballybay community college and our own club representatives Aaron Reilly and Cain Mc Phillips who claimed the Ulster Schools Faul cup with a comfortable 6-16 to 0-08 point victory over Colaiste Na Carrige in the re-scheduled final on Tuesday afternoon.

Reserve Football

Our senior team have their first outing of 2022 when they are away to Castleblayney in the Reserve league on Sunday at 2pm in St Marys park. We wish the best of luck to the management and team and especially those players that could be making their senior debuts.

County league action

Not a great day in Paric Gratten Inniskeen for the Monaghan team or supports as Kerry went away with a comfortable victory. It is a break this weekend in the Allianz football league with a number of postponed games from round 3 to be held. The county hurlers will be out as they welcome Tyrone to Inniskeen having claimed a 2nd win last weekend with a victory over Louth. The Monaghan ladies are also back out when they entertain Armagh in St Tiarnachs Park Clones at 2pm on Sunday. Unusually the Farney ladies seen their victory over Tyrone changed to a draw a number of days after the game and are currently 2nd in the league table.

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