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Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 29-06-2023

June 29th, 2023

Emyvale G.A.A Weekly Club Notes 29-06-2023

Emylott: Jackpot is now €5100

This week’s Emylott Results for Monday 26th June 2023.

Numbers Drawn were 2,9,15,18.

There was NO Jackpot winner.

There was 1 match 3 winner, Dympna Mc Kenna Ballyoisin.

Promoters Prize: Janice Cassidy & EOB.

Thank You for your continued support, and good luck in the next draw.


Drive In Bingo Postponed! In respect of the magnificent achievement of Andrew, Johnnie and Matthew along with coach Conor Forde and the rest our county Minor team in reaching the All-Ireland final, our drive in Bingo also scheduled for the 9th of July has been postponed to a further date in the summer. Please watch out in this space and on socials for a new date.


Upcoming Games:

U15 League Rd.9: Latton v Emyvale in Latton on Thursday at 7:30pm.

Intermediate League Rd. 8: Toome v Emyvale in Toome on Friday at 8pm.

All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter Final: Monaghan v Armagh in Croke Park on Saturday at 6pm.

Wishing all our teams and management the best of luck in the upcoming games.


Intermediate League: Our next fixture is away to Toome this Friday evening at 8pm. All support will be greatly appreciated at this important stage of the league season.


Reserves: Our reserve team produced a strong performance in wet conditions at home to Carrickmacross last Friday evening to progress to the Crawley Cup Final. A rain-soaked opening period left a very slippery ball and both sides were guilty of uncharacteristic mistakes due to the conditions. Emyvale opened our scoring with a point which was backed up by two more points from David Duffy before Stephen Askin slotted over from a free. The next score was one for the purist

starting with a fast and direct ball from the defense to Harvey Colleran who’s telepathic-like combination with David Duffy came to effect with David coming at speed off the shoulder to slot over an excellent point from play. Dylan Sherry continued his fine run of games with the next point before halftime to see Emyvale lead at the break 0:6-0:5. Stephen Askin got Emyvale’s first point of the second half from play before adding to his tally once again with a free kick. The lively David Duffy and Stephen Askin got the next two Emyvale points between them before David was denied a goal with a great save from the Carrick keeper. However, David was not to be deterred and minutes later rattled the net with an accurately placed ball to get the game’s first goal. With their tails up Emyvale once again hit the net with the hard work of Rory Sherry coming to the fore to make the gap more comfortable before Diarmuid O’Domhnaill slotted over a fine point from play to see the game out at a final score of Emyvale 2:11-0:08 Carrickmacross. Ballybay will be the opposition for the final which is scheduled for the 25th of July venue TBC. They played Clones in the league on Tuesday evening with no result at time of press.


U17’s: Training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 8pm to 9pm in Tully. Games are starting soon so all available players needed at training in preparation.


U15’s: training is every Monday and Wednesday from 6:50pm to 8pm in Tully. The team had a good win against Corduff last week and are away to Latton this Thursday at 7:30pm in Tully. Good luck guys


U13’s: Training resumes Monday and Thursday nights from 7 to 8pm. They had a Super semifinal win last Sunday in Tully. However, the lads did not make it easy for themselves and were 6 points down at half time. But they dug deep and fought tooth and nail in the second half to overcome a very skillful and valiant Currin team 7-09 to 3-11. Well done lads and management. Next league fixture is the Cup Final V Oram. Time, venue and date to be confirmed.


U11’s: Training is every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 8pm in Tully. The lads headed to the local Aghaloo Tournament last Saturday and got into a nice steady rhythm in their group, they lost the first game in the group v Eglish by 3 points, Eglish then went on to win the Brendan McGlone cup. The black and white off Emyvale went into the Kevin McGorman Cup QF and overcame Middletown with some super football and the confidence was growing game by game , Achadh Lu was next in the SF and the lads again dug deep and overcame them to reach the Final with neighbours Truagh being their opposition, the lads then turn on the

style with every score and when the final whistle was blown, Emyvale were 2-07 to 1-04 the better and lifted the Kevin O Gorman Cup with great delight and brought home Emyvales first Silverware this season. A huge congratulations to the team and management as this will be a fantastic memory for these young lads for many a year. Many thanks to Aghaloo GAA for a very well-run tournament.


U9’s: Training will be every Wednesday and Friday from 7 to 8pm in Tully. The kids went to Seans last Saturday and had a great day of go games. There was some great Football played by everyone. Well done to one and all


U7’s: Training will be every Friday evening from 6 to 7pm in Tully. The kids have a go game blitz this Saturday at home in Tully.


County news: WOW WOW WOW – what a day, what games – Firstly Monaghan minors overcame Kerry in Dramatic style last Saturday in Tullamore to make it to the first All-Ireland minor final since 1939, and only the second time in the county’s proud history. It was a great day for Emyvale lads Mathew, Andrew and Johnnie along with goal keeping coach Conor Forde who made their club, county and families proud. All the best to the lads and the complete panel and management in the All-Ireland final V Derry which will be held on the 9th of July in Armagh. As if things weren’t already on a high, our county Senior team with our own Karl and Ryan faced off to Kildare in the All-Ireland preliminary Quarter final. In tentative affair which went down to the wire, Monaghan were the ones who held their nerve against a Kildare team who threw everything at them, once again proving their winning mentality, courage and most of all composure to count the clock down to make sure it was the last play before making the space for Conor McCarthy to brilliantly score the winning point. Next up is a mouthwatering All-Ireland quarter final v Armagh in Croke Park on Saturday evening at 6pm. Once congratulations so far to both our county teams and best of luck to Karl, Ryan and our County Senior team and management this weekend.


CUL camps: Emyvale GAA Club is delighted to announce that this year once again, we will host the Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camps. The 2023 camp will take place from 10th – 14th July 2023 . You can book your child’s place on the following link:- This camp is always a sell-out, so spread the word with anyone you know who may be interested in attending and book your place early to avoid disappointment!



**Run To Remember Gary Askin** The 6th annual Run to Remember Gary Askin will take place on Friday 4th August at 7pm sharp. The 5km walk/run will start and finish at Emyvale GAA Grounds as per previous years. All runners, joggers, walkers, family & friends are very welcome. The Run to Remember event has been a huge success over the last number of years and is a great way for the wider community to remember Gary.

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