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October 4th, 2023



Numbers drawn 3, 4, 15, 17 ~ No Winner

Online winners David Moorehead, Lorraine Carragher

Envelope winners Paddy Carroll, Bridie Lavelle

Jackpot €4,800

Our Shalotto is now available to play online. https;//

We would ask everyone in the community to support the Club Lotto on a weekly basis online through smart lotto. Now more than ever we need your financial support. You can also drop your envelopes in the post box provided on the Club Grounds. There are envelopes provided at the Club and at Buckley’s Shop. Thank You for your continued support!!


Cremartin Healthy Club

Our walking track is open and ready for use at Cremartin Shamrock GAA Centre. This is a great facility for everyone to use so feel free to avail of the fantastic walking track. Everyone welcome!


Club Membership

Club membership for the upcoming year is now due. It is vital that this is paid to help cover insurance and player injury fund. Therefore, it is essential that all players must be paid up before training sessions begin.



We are inviting all interested families who would like to become one of the Main Sponsors of the club for 2023. We

now have over 40 families that have joined in the past few weeks. These monies will be going to phase 2 of our development and this is a great way of supporting all the teams and for the future development of our football grounds. A board will be outside our grounds with all of our sponsors named on it. If you would like to join Friends of Cremartin 300 Club please contact any committee member. Thank you all for your continued support.


50/50 Intermediate Championship Draw

Congratulations to the winner of the Cremartin Shamrocks 50/50 Draw for the Intermediate Championship 2023, Cathal Atkinson! Thank you to everyone for supporting this draw and well done to the winner!


Cremartin Seniors

Cremartin Shamrocks Seniors will play Emyvale in the Intermediate Championship Quarter Final on Saturday 30th September in Scotstown at 4pm. Please come out and support our boys in green! Well done to all the players for this fantastic achievement and the Championship campaign so far. Best of luck to all the players and management in the Intermediate Quarter Final!


Under 17’s

Cremartin U17’s will play Sean McDermotts in the third round of the U17 D3A Championship on Sunday 1st October in Cremartin Shamrock Park at 12pm. They will also face Rockcorry in the fourth round on Sunday 15th October in Pairc Mhuire at 12pm. Best of luck to all the players and management!



Congratulations and well done to all our Juvenile Shamrocks on a fantastic day of football at the blitz in Latton recently.

Thank you to our volunteers and well done to everyone involved!


O’Neill Shamrocks

Best of luck to the O’Neill Shamrocks Senior Ladies who will play Magheracloone in the Senior Shield Championship Final. Best of luck to all players and management!


O’Neill Shamrocks

O’Neill Shamrocks Cash for Clothes Fundraiser takes place on Saturday 30th September. Drop off points are 9am to 2pm at Cremartin Hall & Clontibret Community Centre. A perfect opportunity to clear out the summer wardrobes and support the club! Please see O’Neill Shamrocks Ladies Football Club Clontibret Cremartin Facebook page for more details.


Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others

Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others is now back up and running by O’ Neill Shamrocks Ladies Football Club. Come along for the craic and a bit of exercise and football. New members always welcome! Please visit O’Neill Shamrocks Ladies Football Club Clontibret Cremartin Facebook page for more details.



It is vitally important that we have referees to ensure our fixtures go ahead in 2023. We are appealing to anyone interested in taking up this role to please contact our club secretary Charlene as we need more people to take up this challenge. Training and support will be provided by Monaghan County Board so why not give it a go!



Cremartin Shamrocks Club wish to convey our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Jake Brennan, Clontibret on his recent passing. Ar dheis De go raibh a ana

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