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Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 09.03.2023

March 7th, 2023


Emylott Jackpot is now €7900!

This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 6th March 2023. Numbers Drawn were 1,26,27,28 There was NO Jackpot winner. There were 2 match 3 winners: Eugene & Angela Gilbride, Clonclaw, Glaslough and Kevin Kerr, Ballinahone, Emyvale. Promoters Prize: Seamus Mc Nally & MPA.

Thank You for your continued support and good luck in next weeks draw for a cool €7,900.


Reserve League Div. 2A Round 1 v Eire Og is scheduled for Saturday 18th at 5pm in Tully. Good luck to the team and management for the season ahead.


Underage teams:

U17’s: training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 8pm in Tully. Management team are: William Carroll, Danny McMahon, Gerrad McCaffrey and Stephen Askin.

U15’s: training is every Monday and Wednesday from 6:50pm to 8pm in Tully. Management for this year are: Paul Bogue, Eoghan Treanor, David Downey and Jack Kelly.

U13’s: training starting Monday and Thursday nights from 7 to 8pm. Management are: Barney McNally, Luke Kelly, Victor Fields and Eddie McGinn.

U11’s: training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 8pm in Tully

U9’s: they start this Saturday the 11th in Emyvale community centre from 11am to 12 noon. Please wear runners. New members are warmly welcomed.

U5 to U7’s: they start this Saturday the 11th in Emyvale community centre from 10am to 11am for 7-, 6-, 5- and 4-year-olds. Please wear runners. New members welcome

Handball: Hard luck to Dylan McKenna who narrowly lost the Boys U17 Ulster 4-Wall Handball Singles Championship Final at the weekend against Tyrone’s Padraig Fox in Breacach H.C. In what was a nail-biting final, Dylan lost in the tie breaker on a score line of 11-10. The final score for the match was 20-21, 21-15, 11-10. A fantastic achievement nonetheless to reach an Ulster Final and we’re sure we’ll see Dylan back on the courts in the not too distant future ready to bring home silverware!

Refereeing: If you feel like taking up the challenge to test yourself as a referee, why not make a no obligation enquiry? Full training and advice will be given. The referee is one of the most important roles in Gaelic Games and our club really needs more representation in this role to help our teams play their games enjoyably and safely. Contact any committee member or Niall ‘Mo’ Mc Kenna for more details.

SPRAOÍ SCÓR: The Acorn Life sponsored Spraoí Scór is taking place on Friday10th June. Spraoí Scór is usually for u-13 or anyone who has not moved on to secondary school. Competitions in Ceilí Dancing and Set Dancing, Solo Singing, Recitation, Group Music, Novelty Act, Ballad Singing. Rules are relaxed in Spraoí Scór, Ballad one song, Music Group one tune,2/3 hand dance very welcome .Spraoí Scór is a steppingstone to the introduction of Scór and most who take part will progress on into Scór Na Nóg and then further to Sinsir. Anyone even remotely interested in finding out more or wants to participate and represent your club, should contact Emyvale GAA Cultural Officer Fabian Murphy on 087 2724948

Scór Na Nóg 2023: Do you want to represent your club Emyvale GAA in Scór Na Nóg, Ceilí dancing, solo singing, recitation, Novelty act, set dancing, Instrumental music, Ballad Group, Quiz team. This is for secondary school kids only – if interested – you should contact Emyvale GAA Cultural Officer at 087 2724948. Events start in early March.

Monaghan Inter County Teams: The weekend started off in good fashion with the County U20’s defeating Westmeath on scoreline of Monaghan 3:13 to 0:16pts. Emyvale were once again represented by Michael Hamill who got on the scoreboard with a fine point. Next scheduled fixture is the Championship Rd.1 v Armagh on Wed 22nd March. Let’s hope the guys get the support they deserve for

this game venue tbc. On Sunday our County Senior team travelled to Pearse Park Salthill to take on Galway in the Allianz League. It was nice to see such a great Emyvale turnout at the game to cheer on Karl Gallagher and the team. Once again Karl put in another big physical performance. Monaghan went in at halftime a point and a man up, and then went two points up early in the second half. But unfortunately 14 man Galway galvanised themselves and used the stronger second half wind to their advantage. Monaghan rued a host of missed chances that could have put a different light on the scoreboard. Next chance of gaining points is a home fixture to neighbours Tyrone in Clones on Sunday week. Finally, Good luck to Monaghan Minors and our own Emyvale minor players Matthew Finn, Johnnie Wright and Andrew Stewart who take on Armagh this Saturday in Clones at 12 noon in the Ulster league Rd.3. All support welcome.

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