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October 4th, 2022

Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 06-10-22


Upcoming Games:

Saturday 8th U14 Girls Div4 Shield Semi-Final

Emyvale v Castleblaney

Venue TBC at time of press, Throw in 1:30pm


Sunday 9th at 1:30pm Monaghan LGFA County Final:

Emyvale Ladies v Donaghmoyne

Venue TBC at time of press


Sunday 9th Intermediate Championship Semi-Final:

Emyvale v Magheracloone

Clontibret at 4:15pm


We’d love to see as much support as possible to cheer on our teams so why not make a black and white day of it on Super Sunday, support our Ladies at 1:30pm and our Senior men at 4:15pm!

Good luck to all our teams in the upcoming games the parish is behind you !!



Intermediate Championship Semi-Final: All roads will lead to Clontibret on Sunday at 4:15pm where our senior team will face off to Magheracloone in a mouthwatering Championship Semi-Final. With 2 tightly contested affairs against each other this season, these teams know each other pretty well and will set up what could be the game of the championship so far. Emyvale have had a slightly tougher route, having played a quarter final recently which gave us some extra game time. That extra game has left the team well prepared for the battle ahead against a good Magheracloone team, albeit which hasn’t played a competitive game in over a month come Sunday.

This is the business end of the campaign and where we all want to be, so let’s all get out in numbers and turn Clontibret Black and White on Sunday and cheer the lads on!! The best of luck to the team and management.


Ladies Senior Football Championship Final: Once again our flagship Ladies team are in the county Senior final in what we hope will be a fantastic day for the Parish. As of time of press there has been no venue confirmed but check Emyvale Ladies social media for details. With a throw in time of 1:30 our ladies and the entire parish will be hoping this is their time to take home that coveted Senior Championship Cup. In their way are familiar foes Donaghmoyne, no easy challenge but one that these girls and management are more than capable and confident of achieving. Wishing you all every success.


Emylott Jackpot is now €5,900!

This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 3rd October 2022. The numbers Drawn were 20,22,24,30 There was NO Jackpot winner. Congratulations to the 4 lucky dip winners: Shane Mc Anespie ,Carrickroe; Gary Kelly Legacurry; Philip Mc Kenna, Kilnadrain; Damien Mc Carron, Ardkirk. Promoters Prize: EOB & Pauric Hughes Next Week’s Jackpot €5900. Thank You for your continued support, and good luck in the next draw! Emylott envelopes are available at local retailers and from club promoters. With such a big weekend for the parish, you never know this could be your lucky week!


U15’s: they have finished up for the year and a great year was getting to a shield final but been beat by a strong inniskeen team and losing out to truagh in championship semi would like thank parents and they lads who put in serious effort from early January. Enjoy the well earned break and see yeas in 2023!


U13’s: they finish their season off this Saturday when they go to Truagh to take part in the Pat Meehan U13 Tournament. Good luck guys.


U11’s: Our u11s has their last outing of the season with a tournament in Armagh we had a great run through the group stages and were topping the group after 4 games we had a couple of shaky games after that and were beaten by a classy Silverbridge team in the final. we had a good run in tournaments this year reaching cup finals and semifinals in all tournaments and winning all our Liam Stirrat league games which is a testament to the dedication and hard work that Paul and Gerard have put into the team this season and I would like to thank them on behalf of the club for a job well done this season. I would like to wish the best of luck to the boys who will be moving up to play their first taste of competitive football next year in u13s. They are well prepared and I look forward to seeing them in action. we will be losing three very special players also next year who have been an integral part of this team over the past few years I’d like to wish Holly, Dija and Cait the best of luck as they move on to play with the Ladies club next year the 3 girls are great wee characters and have been a joy to coach over the last number of years and I know they will continue to star in the black and White for many years. Thanks also to all parents for your support all year and hope everyone enjoys the break


U9’s: Training resumes as normal. They had another super blitz in Clones last weekend. Their last blitz will be in Tully on Saturday the 15th of October. Good luck to all


U7’s: Training as usual on Friday evenings.


Coaches Meeting will be held this evening (Thursday) in Tully, it would be great if all underage coaches and mentors could attend. More details from Barry Sherry.


Revision of Age Groups: If any club member would like to receive a copy of the proposed options from the GAA for possible under-age group restructuring, please contact any executive committee member who will gladly assist.


Scór: Well done to our Ceili Dance team who are through to the Scór Sinsir Ulster Final after competing in the ulster semi-finals in Stradone, co. Cavan on Saturday

last. Congrats to the other Monaghan team who competed and got through also. Ulster Finals will be held in Galbally, Co. Tyrone on Saturday 15th October at 5pm

Emyvale LGFC Notes

Seniors: Our Senior Ladies enjoyed a great win over Emmet Óg on Sunday morning in the Semi Final of the Combilift Senior Football Championship.

Final score: –

Emyvale 0:12

Emmet Óg 1:03

This now sets the Emyvale team up for a place in the Senior Championship Final against Donaghmoyne this Sunday 8th October at 1.30pm. No venue at time of print so please follow Emyvale Ladies social media for confirmed venue.

We’d love to see as much support as possible to cheer on our team so why not put the date in the diary – Here’s hoping 2022 will be our year! Best of luck to the team and management.


U10s: Our U10s provided a half time display of their footballing skills again last Sunday, at half time in the Senior Championship Semi-Final. It was great to see how well these young players are progressing as they come to the end of the season. Well done girls!


U12s: Our U12s enjoyed a busy last week of the season with two local matches to wrap up a busy year. They enjoyed a great challenge match when they travelled to Aghaloo last Thursday evening. Just a point separated the teams at the final whistle in an action packed game. Thank you Aghaloo for hosting the game.

On Sunday they travelled to St Mellans for the Owen McKenna Memorial Cup where again they enjoyed a really competitive tightly fought game.

Thank you to Truagh Ladies for hosting.

This young team has gone from strength to strength in the 2022 season – firm foundations have been laid for the future of Emyvale Ladies football!


U14s: Hard luck to our U14 team who lost out by just one point to Carrickmacross in the Frank Casey Shield Division 2 Semi Final. It was a very tightly contested game with great determination being shown by both teams. We are extremely proud of the girls for all the hard work and commitment they’ve put into this season.

Final Score:-

Carrickmacross LGFC 4:05

Emyvale LGFC 2:10

Meanwhile our U14 Division 4 team take on Castleblayney in the Division 4 Shield Semi Final this Saturday 8th October at 1.30pm. No venue at time of print so please follow Emyvale Ladies social media for confirmed venue.


Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others: Our Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others group continues to go from strength to strength each week. We meet up 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 – why not come along!


Ireland’s Fittest Family: All eyes will be on RTÉ One on Sunday evenings at 6.30pm, as the McNally family are taking part in Irelands Fittest Family 2022!

Back again for another go, this is the second time the NcNally clan have taken on this massive task and we have no doubt that they’ll not shy away from the challenge! Best of luck Therese, Grái

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