Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 22-09-22
IFC Quarter Final: Emyvale v Blackhill
Saturday 24th in Innskeen at 5pm
U11 BC Blitz , Saturday24th in Tully
LSFC: Emyvale v Latton
Sunday 25th at 12:30pm in Latton
Good luck to all our teams in their upcoming games.
Emylott Jackpot is now €5,700!
This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 19th September 2022. Numbers Drawn were 10,11,17,20 There was NO Jackpot winner. There were 4match 3 winners, Frank Hayes, Kilcran , Glaslough ; Luke Kelly Drumully; Lauragh Mc Aleer; Sean Mc Meel, Carrickroe. Promoters Prize: Mickey Mc Carron & Kathleen Sean O Brien. Thank You for your continued support and good luck in the next draw!
IFC Quarter Final: On Saturady evening at 5pm we travel to Inniskeen as our Intermediate team enter the business phase of the Championship when they face Blackhill in the Quarter Final of the Intermediate Football Championship. This will be part of a double header in Inniskeen so we encourage as many people as possible to go along and make significant Emyvale support. All support will be greatly appreciated by the team.
The best of luck lads.
U17’s: The U17 season ended last week with the final games for both the Division 3B team and the Division 1 team in their respective championships. Well done to all players and mentors for their effort and commitment to the team over the
season and congratulations on the Division 2 league success. We hope to see everyone back again next year
U15 season has ended but well done to the lads and management on a good season with some good progress made. A special word of thanks to everyone for their donations towards LA519 during the U15 Big Breakfast recently.
U13’s: travelled to Greenlough GAC for their u13 tournament last Saturday. The lads had a great day and were narrowly pipped in the shield competition. Thanks to Greenlough for the invitation and hospitality. Training time for this week will be sent out by text.
U11’s: They finished off there Liam Stirrat league with a win over Scotstown on Saturday, all the games in Liam Stirrat league were skill based, each game was scored by specific skill where we came out on top both in skill and score in our 5 league games, well deserved the players put in a big effort all year and that showed in the games. Training continues Monday and Thursday 7-8 to get ready for the upcoming BC blitz.
U9’s: Training resumes as normal. They had a great evening of football away to Currin for a blitz last Friday night .. good night was held by all. They are on the road again this Sunday away to Traugh for another tournament with teams from Dublin and all over Ulster taking part in it. Good luck to all
U7’s: Training as usual on Friday evenings.
BC BLITZ: 16 teams will compete in our eagerly awaited annual Brendan Colton BC memorial tournament , which will take place on This Saturday the 24th of September. First game throws in at 10am. Good luck to all
SCOR: Well done to Paula McAree , our Ceili Dancers and Quiz team who represented our club at the county scór sinsir finals in corcaghan. Our dancers will now once again compete in the Ulster Semi Finals soon. Congratulations to all the winners.
Sympathy: We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Patrick Hughes Monaghan Town, Mary McKenna (Myles) Tydavnet and Mary Duffy, Drumhowan , sister of Briege Downey who passed away recently.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Emyvale Ladies’ Club Notes
Seniors: Our Senior Ladies had to settle for a draw in Sunday’s 6th Round of the Combilift Monaghan LGFA Senior Football Championship. It was a shaky start for the Emyvale girls where they found themselves 7 points down in the first half. However, a strong start to the second half steadied the ship and they clawed back the lead. A single point divided the teams in the closing minutes but it was to finish all square at the final whistle with a Full Time Score: – Emyvale Ladies 2:11 O’Neill Shamrocks 3:08.
Next weekend sees the ladies travel to Latton for the 7th and final round of the Championship Round games. Throw in on Sunday in Latton is 12.30pm.
U8s: Our youngest players are continuing with training for just a couple of weeks until the season closes. Keep up the hard work girls!
U10s: Our U10 players were on duty again on Sunday to give an exhibition game at half time in our Senior Ladies match. It’s wonderful to see how these girls have developed their skills during this season and continue to go from strength to strength. The game was played under the watchful eye of Emyvale and Monaghan GAA player Ryan McAnespie, who refereed the game so thank you Ryan for coming along. Also, a huge credit must go to Marie and Damien who have coached and worked with these girls throughout the year. Their work and commitment are very much appreciated. Well done to all the girls and keep on enjoying your football.
U12s: Training continues for all age groups and challenge matches have been arranged to keep the girls busy as the football season comes to an end. All details re training and matches are on parents’ team groups.
U14s: The committee at O’Neill Shamrocks Ladies have organised a Shield competition for all the U14 teams that were runners up in the recent Championship campaign. Emyvale has two teams in this age grade in Division 2 & Division 4. Division 2 team will play over the weekend of 1st & 2nd October where they face opposition from Carrickmacross while the Division 4 team meet Castleblayney on the weekend of 8th & 9th October. All games will be played in Clontibret and Cremartin GAA Grounds. Please follow our social media for confirmed fixture times and venues.
Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others: Our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others group continues to see a fantastic turnout of players again this week! We’ll meet up again this Wednesday and every Wednesday from 8-9 so it’s not too late to get involved.if you’d like to join in. It’s ladies’ football in a fun, social and non-competitive environment plus there is no experience required so no pressure – just fun and exercise!
TG4: Emyvale LGFC featured on TG4 this week when our club was featured in the documentary series ‘Scealta na gCorn’! The series is presented by Grainne McElwain who explores the stories behind various GAA and LGFA trophies and cups. Episode 2 saw Grainne travel to Monaghan where the story of the Gloria Corrigan Memorial Tournament was featured. Gloria was a founding member of Emyvale LGFC and played for many years with the club before she tragically lost her life in a road accident in 2005. Glorias memory continues to be honoured each year in our annual U14 tournament so it was a pleasure to see Gloria’s Tournament being featured on