Doohamlet G.F.C. Results: Congratulations to our U-15 team who won the Bogue Foodhall Division 4 Championship Final on Saturday afternoon last.
On Saturday afternoon in Cremartin, Doohamlet U-15s took on their Neighbours Drumhowan in the Division 4 Championship final, from the throw-in, Doohamlet were on the front foot they had an early goal chance only for a good save by the Drumhowan keeper. The game was played at a blistering pace throughout the first half with Doohamlet finding their shooting range to go in four points up at halftime with the score line Doohamlet 0-12 Drumhowan 1-05. In the second half Doohamlet started brilliantly and pushed on to go ten points up, but Drumhowan came storming back and hit 1-05 without reply creating a brilliant atmosphere. It was nail-biting stuff coming to the end with Drumhowan shooting for goals but Doohamlet’s defense stood tall and with the last attack got a point to finish the game with a three-point lead. The final score was Doohamlet 2-16 Drumhowan 2-13. Thanks to Drumhowan for a great game of football.
Team: Ben Mc Garrell, Danny Mc Manus, Padraig Duffy, Tim Byrne, Ryan Ward, Daniel Coleman (capt) Fionnan Markey, Vinnie Mc Manus, Dean Coleman, Philip Ryan, Cathal Mc Kenna, Shay Mc Manus, Harry Mc Manus, Charlie Mc Manus, Cian Mc Kenna. Congratulations to all the team and Managers, Gary O Neill, Barry Mc Ginn, and John Mc Kenna on a brilliant win. This U-15 Team also won the Sheild Final when they beat Eire Og earlier in August.
Doohamlet G.F.C. Senior Team: Our senior team played Monaghan Harps in round two of the Mc Elvaney Waste & Recycling Intermediate relegation playoffs on Sunday afternoon in Doohamlet and came away as deserved winners of the game.
Monaghan Harps opened up the scoring in the first minute however Doohamlet hit back with a flurry of points with Barry Mc Bennett scoring five points coming from frees and Colin Walshe scoring a point from play. Monaghan Harps replies with three points and a great run from Jamie Walshe and Barry Mc Bennett results in Colin Walshe striking the back of the Harps net however, minutes later Harps scores a goal and leaves the score at half-time, Doohamlet 1-06 Monaghan Harps 1-05. Doohamlet starts off the second half with an array of points. The opening score in the first minute was from Captain Barry Mc Ginn, followed by a point from Barry Mc Bennett. Ciaran Markey replaces Eoin Markey. Jamie Walshe hits one over the bar and substitute Ciaran Markey gets his first score of the game. Oisin O Neill replaces Niall Connolly. Monaghan Harps strikes with three points in a row. Sean Markey replaces Hugh McGinn. Barry Mc Bennett scores a further two points leaving a tally of eight points to his name and Sean Markey gets his name on the scoreboard with a well-placed point. Paul Mc Ardle replaces Barry Mc Ginn and Kevin Mc Ardle replaces Damien Ward. The final score of the afternoon was Doohamlet 1-13 Monaghan Harps 1-08. This was a great overall performance by all players and a well–deserved win. Well done to all the team and management. This leaves the team secure in their position in the Intermediate Division going into their final game of the season in two weeks’ time.
Team: James Casey, Ryan Ingram, Jason Mc Elroy, Damien Ward, Gavin King, Conor Marray, Darren Connolly, Hugh Mc Ginn, Jamie Walshe (0-1) Colin Walshe (1-1) Barry Mc Ginn (capt) (0-1) Eoin Markey, Niall Connolly, Barry Mc Bennett (0-8) Ciaran Mc Manus. Subs used were Ciaran Markey (0-1), Sean Markey (0-1), Paul Mc Ardle, and Kevin Mc Ardle. Well done to all the team and management on their win. We wish
Matchday sponsors were Jim Connolly, Niall G Connolly (Australia) Ted Duffy, Greg Duffy, John & Linda Mc Kenna, Decla Connolly, Damien Connolly and Michael Connolly. Many thanks to all our match sponsors.
Doohamlet G.F.C Fixtures: Our U-17 team plays Inniskeen at 3.30pm on Saturday the 1st of October in the Division 3 Championship Semi-final in Inniskeen. Best of luck to the team and management. Please come along and support the team.
Blotto Results for the week beginning 26th September 2022. Numbers drawn were 7,6,5,4,2,1,3.
There were no Jackpot winners. The lucky dip winners were The Mc Ardle Family, Dernaglug. Rose Duffy, Corlagan, Doohamlet. Zak & Zara Mason, Tonyglasson. Joan & Crew, Monagor. Sinead Kelly, Doohamlet.
Next week the Jackpot stands at €8,200. Thanks to everyone for your continued support with our Blotto.