Drive in Bingo
Our Drive in Bingo continues every Saturday night at 8pm at the club grounds. The Jackpot is currently sitting at €4150 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 all monies raised go back to the day to day running of the club with plenty of development work ongoing.
50/50 weekly draw
Congratulations to Alan Mc Gorman 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. Envelopes are also now available locally to place your entry with these been collected from Coyles shop on Sunday evening to be included in the draw on Monday. .
Action on the Field
Well done to our U11’s who got a run out at St Tiernachs Park on Saturday past as Clones played hosted to the opening round of the Liam Stirrat development league. To have a chance to get ready in the dressing rooms and run out from underneath the Gerry Arthurs stand into the bright sunshine was a wonderful experience for the young footballers and indeed the game that followed from a skills, sportsmanship and competitive point of view was more than worthy of the setting. The U15’s completed the group stages of their league campaign with a win over St Tiarnach Sarsfields on Thursday past. Having qualified for the final, the panel will now wait to see who they will play as a number of play offs are required to confirm the cup and shield semi finalists. The league campaign for our Senior side came to an end on Sunday afternoon when they lost out to Eire Og by 2-11 to 1-10 at Paric Mhuire. Played in blistering conditions, both sides did trade scores early on before Tommy Monaghan got his hand to a high ball into the square and palmed to the net to give the visitors a 3 point lead and one which the held till half time. With the aid of the slight breeze in the 2nd half we did manage to string an number of points together and indeed brought the scoreboard down to 1-09 to 10 points, however another highball into the square again caused problems with Christopher Mc Gorman rising highest to flick the ball to the net. Gerry Larmer did have a goal chance at the other end which was well saved by the Eire Og keeper while Aaron Reilly did raise a green flag deep into injury time to reduce the arrears but there was not left on the clock to get another one. The attention now turns to the championship which begins early next month. Thank you to Emerald Isle Water company who sponsored water for the senior team on Sunday past.
It is relatively quiet on the fixtures front as the senior team await the start of the championship while the underage league competitions are nearing completion and we await a number of fixtures to be played before knowing the structure of the next competition. The U7’s and U9’s are continuing with their blitz competitions around the county.