Currin GFC Notes
Draw result for Monday 19th September 2022
Winning numbers, 7, 12, 14, 21
No Jackpot winner.
5 X €25.00, ‘Lucky dip’, Prizewinners,
Eileen Clerkin, Scotshouse. (Smart Lotto)
Katie O’Connor, Clones. (Smart Lotto)
Mary Tynan, Newbliss. (Smart Lotto)
Enda Murphy, Scotshouse.
Mary Rafferty, Connons.
Next draw will take place on Sunday 25th of September at 7:30pm in Connolly’s pub. The Jackpot will now be €8,000.
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Our Quarter final took place on Sunday evening last against Scotstown in Sean McDermotts, where we fell short and are now out of the Championship.
We opened the scoring with a point from play and went five points to two up taking advantage of a black card for Scotstown. However, Scotstown brought the game back to 0-6 to 0-5 going into half time.
We were forced to make a substitution at half time due to an injury Jack McCarron received in the closing minutes of the first half. Unfortunately, we received a black card and Scotstown equalised at 0-7 to 0-7. But we pushed on and were awarded a penalty which was converted by Tiernan to leave us
ahead by 1-7 to 0-7. But a straight red card for Tiernan saw the tide change and saw Scotstown push on bringing the score line back to a point after a number of wides. We did go two points up coming towards the end of the game, but Scotstown scored two points to leave game going into extra time at 1-8 to 0-11.
The first period started with Scotstown scoring an early goal followed by a point. Once again, we were forced to make substitutions because of injuries in an already depleted bench. The first period of extra time finished us trailing 1-09 to 1-13.
The second period resumed with us finishing out the game with another point to Scotstown adding four which left final score of 1-10 to 1-17.
Overall, this was a very disappointing performance by the lads and unfortunate injuries to key players and the red card made it an uphill battle.
Team & subs
Fergal Connolly, Terry McEntee, James McQuaid, Danny McQuaid, Enda McCaffrey, Conor McCaffrey, Ronan King, Colm McCaffrey, Jason McKernan, Andrew Rossiter, Stephen Smyth, Kevin Murphy, Jack McQuaid, Jack McCarron, Tiernan Kearns.
Subs Conor Smyth for Jack McCarron, Sean Brady for Kevin Murphy, Niall McEntee for Jack McQuaid,
Paddy McDermott for Conor Smyth, Kevin McPhillips for Ronan King. Eoin Morrow for Conor McCaffrey,
Luke Rooney, Hughie Reilly.
Aghabog & Newtownbutlers Girls
Well done to Bella and Robyn Beattie, Lucy Beattie, Emma McCaul, Clodagh Carey, Cara Kearns and Teegan Smyth who were part of the Aghabog U12 team this year.
Also, a big well done to Caoimhe and Kayla McCaffrey and Robyn McCaffrey who played with Newtownbutler ladies this year. Caoimhe and Robyn were part of the U14 team who won the leag