Lotto for Tuesday 21st May 2019.
Numbers: 17, 18, 23, 31.
No jackpot winner.
1 match 3 winner receives €200.
Next jackpot €2,800.
Results: Under 12 Division 2 St. Josephs 4-8, O’Connells/Stabannon 0-4: Leinster Minor Football Championship Wicklow 5-18, Louth 0-10: Under 16 Division 2 O’Connells/Stabannon/Mitchels 1-13, St. Patricks 2-19.
Fixtures: Under 8 All County Blitz, Wednesday 22/5/19, Darver, 7.00pm: Under 14 Division 2, Wednesday 22/5/19, O’Connells/Stabannon v St. Josephs, Home, 7.30pm: Leinster Junior Football Championship Q/F, Wednesday 22/5/19, Wicklow v Louth, Aughrim, 7.00pm: Under 11 Round 3, Friday 24/5/19, Dreadnots v O’Connells/Stabannon, Away, 7.00pm: Leinster Senior Football Championship, Saturday 25/5/19, Louth v Dublin, Portlaoise, 7.00pm: Under 7 Blitz, Sunday 26/5/19, Clogherhead, 11.00am: Under 9 Blitz, Monday 27/5/19, Oliver Plunketts Drogheda, 7.00pm: Division 6 League, Tuesday 28/5/19, O’Connells v Na Piarsaigh, Grove, 8.00pm.
Music: Aslan (all the band) will perform in our clubrooms this Saturday May 25th .Tickets are €25 and are available from Ticketweb.ie, Byrnes bar, Brewery Tavern, Hanrattys Butchers, McBrides, Mace Dundalk Road, all in Castlebellingham, Joes Shop Greengates, The Grove House Dunleer any committee member. Tickets are limited so get yours before Saturday to avoid disappointment.
Louth: Best of luck to the Louth Junior team and their manager Malcolm McDonnell and selector Alan Brennan in their Leinster championship game tomorrow night Wednesday against Wicklow. An Lú Abu.
Bingo: Bingo will continue in our clubrooms this Wednesday 22nd May at 8.00pm, jackpot €3,400 in 48 numbers.
Rehab: Rehab Care Louth is doing a Kick A Point Fundraiser in Louth starting on Monday 13th May and the next three Mondays after that. They will visit every club in the county on each Monday with some of their service users kicking a point in each ground. They will spend 15 minutes at each venue, all are welcome to come and support them in the Grove next Monday 27th May at 12.15pm and all donations will be greatly appreciated. 100% of funds raised will remain within their services in Rehab Care Dundalk. Donations can also be posted to: Rehab Care, Horticultural Unit, Mounthamilton House, Carrick Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth.
Social Dancing: There will be social dancing on Bank Holiday Monday 3rd June in our clubrooms from 9.00pm, music by Magic Moments, admission €10 and refreshments will be served.
Cúl Camp: The O’Connells cúl camp for 2019 will be on from 15/7/19 to 19/7/19 and online booking is now open on www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie. Book before midnight 12th June and get your gear before camps start.
Slimming World: Slimming World will be in our clubrooms every Monday from 7.00pm with consultant Aveen 087-3620348.
The Following numbers were drawn on Monday 20th May 2019 for the Jackpot of €10,800
01, 06, 21, 30
No Winner, Three Match Three Winners €70
Florence Burn Online
Paul Devin c/o Macs
Paddy Mc High c/o Shop
Lotto will resume next Monday 27th May 2019 for a jackpot of €11,000
Tickets on sale (Priced €2) from Mac Namee’s Bar, Mc Guinness’s Bar Dundalk, Mc Keown’s Bar Dundalk, Giovanni’s Chipper, Today’s Local Shop, Cluskey’s Bar, Finnegan’s Foodstore Louth, Harrys Bar Dundalk, Copper Kettle Dundalk, any Committee Member/Player or play online at www.stbridesgfc.com
We wish to thank you for your continued support.
Division 4 League
Cooley Kickhams 5-15 St. Brides 4-07
St. Brides GFC would like to thank all teams, sponsors and helpers who made the Annual Golf Classic another major success.
Fixtures scheduled for this week:
U16 Roche v Na Piarsiagh/Sean O’Mahonys/Dowdallshill in Point Road, throw in 7.30pm
U14 Roche v Cuchulainn Gaels/Cooley inFr McEvoy Park, throw in 7.30pm
U16 Roche v O’Connells/Stabannon Parnells/John Mitchells, throw in 7.30pm in Roche
Mens 2nd Team
Roche v Naomh Fionnbarra in John Markey Park, throw in 7pm
Annual Golf Classic
Our annual golf classic sponsored by AMC Loss Assessors & Surveyors is in Ashfield Golf Course on Saturday 8th June 2019. Please get in touch with Sean McGee 0879197771, Mark Dowdall 0872559264 or Dermot Craven 0872589893 for a tee time.
Our U7’s played ina blitzin darver on Wednesday evening, all the children played brilliantly. Thank you to the parents & coaches for taking the time to travel to the blitz
No winner of Jackpot of €6,900 The numbers drawn were 11,17,28,31 The €50 winners were as follows 1. Aoibhinn Boyle c/o Darren Finnegan 2. Patsy McEnteggart c/o Aine Neary 3. Aoife Gorham c/o Online
SEAN O MAHONYS
The Sean O’Mahony’s junior team hosted Dreadnots on Saturday evening and lost out in the end by 6 points after a very entertaining game. Dreadnots led by 4 points at half time, 8 points to 4, but 2 early second half goals by the home side put O’Mahony’s back in the contest. The first green flag came when Eoin Hanratty fired into the bottom corner of the net following a great move, and then shortly afterwards Davie Dowling rolled back the years when he blasted the ball into the top right hand corner. However the Clotherhead team engineered two well worked team goals of their own in the final quarter, both quite similarly palmed into the net from close range, to run out winners on a scoreline of 2-14 to 2-8.
Team & Scorers: Pauric McConville, Kevin Quinn, Caolan McCann, Lee Byrne, Dean Carroll, Chris O’Neill, Robbie Clarke, Arnas Jurcikonis, Gavin Symth 0-1, Ciaran Finan, Conor McGailey 0-1 (1 free), Danny O Brien 0-3, Eoin Hanratty 1-3 (2 frees), Ciaran Jamison, Liam McKenny.
Subs used: David Dowling 1-0, Mark Byrne
On Monday May 20th at 7.30pm the Sean O’Mahony’s/Na Piarsaigh/Dowdallhill U16’s host Roche Emmets on the Point Road.
The Sean O’Mahony’s/Na Piarsaigh/Dowdallhill U14’s travel to Lordship on Wednesday next to face the Pats at 7.30pm.
Then on Friday the 24th Sean O’Mahony’s/Na Piarsaigh/Dowdallhill U14’sare away in Young Irelands against DYI/Mochtas at 7.30.
Also on Friday evening the Sean O’Mahony’s junior team are due to play Mochtas while our U12’s meet Clan na nGael but the time and venue of both are yet to be confirmed.
The Inaugural Paddy Cheshire Memorial 5K will be held on Saturday 29th June at 7.00pm. In addition to be a long standing member of the Sean O’Mahony’s, Paddy was a former chairman of Dún Dealgan Athletics Club. His family remain involved in both the football and athletics community in the northeast..
The race will take place in “The Quay” area of Dundalk, finishing on the iconic ,The Navy Bank. The Course is flat, enabling good times and an opportunity for a personal best.
All finishers will receive a fantastic medal and refreshments will be served afterwards in the club rooms. Parking and bag drop are also available on the day.
Come and enjoy the event and see what makes the Quay a special place. This race has been granted an Athletics Ireland Permit and is for over 16’s only.
The Sean O’Mahony’s GAA Cul Camp is on the Point Road this year fron Jully 22nd to July 27th. Its for boys and girls from 6 to 13 and is from 10am to 2.30 for the 5 days.
No Senior Mens action this week but our Juniors played Newtown Blues on Sunday; our 15 put everything they had into the game but unfortunately lost by 5 points. Our Senior Ladies teams both played this week; the A Team won against Cooley with a winning score of 6.17-1.6 and the B Team played Roche/Na Piarsaigh with a loss of 5.13-1.12. Well done to all involved.
Lots of activity within the Geraldines Juvenile Camp this past week. Our u16 girls won the top of their table clash in Division 1 and our U14 boys are sitting top of their division. Lots of games and training continues for many of our age groups. See our social media platforms for all reports and photos.
For details of what games are taking place within the Gers Camp over the coming week please check our social media platforms for all up to date information. Please show your support where you can.
Well done to the boys who were selected to play in the Louth GAA Primary Schools competition Saturday v Meath. It was great that all 3 schools within the parish were represented.
9 * 10 * 20 * 29
** There was NO JACKPOT WINNER OF 4800.00 **
3 X Match Winners
Our jackpot will be 5000.00 next week.
Our next draw will be Tuesday 28 May for 5000.00
You can play Geraldines GFC Lotto online at:
https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/geraldines_gfc. Thank you to those who continue to support each week. These funds are used for the continuous upgrade of our facilities for the whole Parish to use and enjoy.
Bookings are now being taken for the Louth GAA Kelloggs Cúl Camps; please note our own club dates, Monday 01 July – Friday 05 July. Please book early to avoid any disappointment. Bookings can be made via www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
Remember to check our social media every week for our Flashback Friday to see what trip down memory lane we take!!!
The very best of luck to Louth GAA in their match v Dublin this Saturday in Portlaoise. We will be bringing down a large Geraldines contingent to support Dan, James and Jim and the team in their efforts to progress in the Leinster Championship. For club jerseys, gear and leisurewear please visit our online shop https://www.oneills.com/shop-by-team/gaa/ireland/geraldines-gfc.html For Twitter please follow us on https://twitter.com/GeraldinesGFC For Facebook please check out https://www.facebook.com/GeraldinesGFC/
For Instagram you can find us at https://www.instagram.com/geraldinesgfc
We are starting a new ‘BUY A BRICK’ fundraising campaign to help towards the continued building of our new community clubhouse. ‘BUY A BRICK’ gives you the chance to have your name forever part of our club. See Facebook or our website for more details.
Our Adult team scored a last minute goal to win by 2 points in Omeath.
We go again on Friday away to Dowdallshill. All support welcome.
We have started a petition in hope of keeping Fr David Bradley in our parish. Fr. Bradley has been in the parish for 26 years and all at the club and wider community were shocked to hear that he was being moved to another parish. You can find the link on our Facebook page to sign the petition or sign it in Aunty Paula Creche.
Nursery to U12s aswell as the girls are training back in Pentony Park from this week. See Facebook for more details on times.
Lotto results for 14th of May:
9, 16, 17, 23
No Jackpot Winner.
4 matched 3, winning €40 each
Sean Faulkner – Hillview
Lolo Smith – An Post
Audrey Malone – Ballsgrove
R + Shay Kalvin c/o M Coogan
This weeks Jackpot €4140
Please continue to support our lotto which can also be purchased at Centras in Ballsgrove and the Rathmullen Rd each Saturday from 9 until 1.
Keep an eye on our Facebook and Website for more info.
The Newtown Blues would like to extend their sympathies to the former Blues player Oliver Winters May he Rest In Peace.
Well done to our junior team on winning their last two games too.
A big thanks to our senior players Robert Carr, Ross Nally & Ciaran Downey that helped out with our underage teams on Saturday morning. The teams love to see the senior players coming down and learning some tips from the experts.
Thursday had the U12 girls heading to Haggardstown to take on the Geraldine’s in their league encounter. Despite some great points the girls failed to hit the back of the net to close the gap leaving the Gers ahead at the final whistle.
Final Score U12 Girls
Newtown Blues 0-4
Friday was busy with two home games as the minor boys opened up the evening with their clash with the combination of St. Kevin’s & Stabannon. This was an exciting game with both teams contesting every score. A late goal kept the Blues in sight of the game and a clinical point left the Blues lads on top at the end. This game showed great character in the Blues lads as they earned a well deserved win.
Final Score Minor Boys
Newtown Blues 1-12
St. Kevin’s /Stabannon 1-11
Unfortunately, luck wasn’t on our side for the junior ladies as they played the combination. neighbours O’Raghallaighs/Plunketts. They started strong setting the tone of the game at the start and the Blues ladies failed to capitalize on their scoring efforts.
Tuesday night was another good night for Blues teams as our Senior Ladies hosted St. Kevin’s in their 2nd round of the league. The Blues ladies started strong and maintained this composure throughout the match to finish comfortably on top.
Final Score Div 1 Ladies
Newtown Blues 4-13
St. Kevin’s 1-09
Out in Monasterboice our Junior men were in action against Naomh Mairtin in a good contest that saw them also finish with a nice win.
Final Score Div 4 Men
Newtown Blues 1-15
Naomh Mairtin 2-10
Wednesday also had plenty of action at home and away as the U12s hosted St. Mary’s Donore for a challenge, our U16 Girls travelled to Dundalk to play Clan Na Gael. Despite having a few girls missing with injuries the Blues girls all stepped up and came home with a great win showing great discipline and composure throughout.
Final Score U16 Girls
Newtown Blues 6-14
Clan na Gael 2-03
Saturday also had the 6th class Táin Louth academy team heading to Meath to take on their 6th class counterparts with great representation from the Blues.
Join us for a great day of golf and support the Newtown Blues.
Early bird team entry tee off before 11am €320
Teams tee off after 11am €400
Team fees includes meal, entertainment and possibility to win additional prizes.
Tee box Sponsor €100
To find out more info or book tee off time please contact:
Donal Brady (087) 225 7533
Michael Harte (087) 278 2972
Jimmy Murray (086) 063 7919
Tee times will be allocated on first come first served basis.
Well done to all the St. Joesph’s students on receipt of their awards tonight.
Special recognition to very deserving sixth year student – Daire Nally who took home two awards tonight – Senior Player of the Year & Sports Star of the Year.
Alongside Daire we had first year Danny Nugent receiving Athlete of the Year.
Evin McConnon showing his focus off the pitch received an academic award for 6th year.
If you want a bit of music to motivate you, give our own accomplished musician Coinneach Farrell a shout as he received an award for music.
And Alan Connor received an award in recognition for his leaving certificate results showing that sport and academic achievement are equally important and finding the balance can help in both areas.
Well done to all.
Lotto no’s 02-15-19-28 no winners. Next weeks Lotto €8,300. €25 winners Ruby Healy. Eimear Eustace. Maria Judge. Andy McDonnell. Anna & James Carter
Well done to all the point takers from Rehab Group that are visiting club grounds all around Louth GAA in their fundraising event. We enjoyed your company last monday morning and hope your fundraising efforts go well.
N.Mairtin Lotto results 15.05.19 no: 10,12,13,29, Jackpot not won. €17,000 next week. Match 3 Numbers €150 won by Eleanor McEleareney.
Thanks for your continued support.
Naomh Mairtín were well represented at the Scór forum on Saturday Croke Park. Well done to Patricia Madden, Kate Murphy and Moya Cooney for representing their club and county as youth delegates.
6 young Jocks represented Lú schools on Saturday in Dunganny v Co. Mhí.
3 from Scoil Naomh Buithe Tenure, Enda McDonnell, Emmett McEvoy and David Clarke and 3 from Scoil Naomh Pádraig Harestown, Eric Winters, Seamus McKenna and Ciarán Devine.
Well done lads, you’re doing your club and schools very proud.
We are asking for people in all areas to “Adopt a Stretch of Road” in the hope that everyone might keep up to 150/200 metres each side of their property litter free. There are a few people who do regular litter picks but we simply need more help. We can supply a hi-vis vest, litter picker & bags if you wish. You can contact our group secretary Kathryn on 083 0562641 or any member of the Group. The photo shows some of the amount of rubbish collected in just a couple of hours at our Spring Clean day in April.
Let’s all play our part in keeping Monasterboice litter free.
Naomh Mairtin Club “RehabCare Louth GAA Kick a Point” is on Monday 27th May @ 10.15am – come along or/and give generously to this local community-based organization who provide local education and training, health and social care and employment services for people with disabilities or of disadvantage.
The RehabCare Louth GAA Kick a Point Fundraiser will be visiting your club over the next month!
RehabCare plan to visit every GAA Club ground in Louth over the next month(timetable below) with their service users kicking a point in each ground. They will spend approx 15 minutes at each venue. All are welcome to come support them at your local pitch or indeed come along and join in.
100% of funds raised will remain within their services in RehabCare Dundalk. All donations greatly appreciated.
Donations can be posted to: RehabCare, Horticultural Unit, Mounthamilton House, Carrick Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth (Please ring for bank details for online transfer)
Monday 27th May
Naomh Martin 10:15am
St Kevins 11:00am
Congratulations to Dara McDonnell & Katie Ryan on winning their Louth GAA Gaeltacht Prize.
Comhghairdeas leis na buaiteoirí uilig. Déanfar teaghmháil leis na clubanna go luath le heolas faoi bhronnadh na scoláireachtaí.
We are hosting the Irish Heart Foundation’s “Hands for Life” program – a Community CPR Training courses on Saturday 8th June @ 2.15, 4 & 5pm and want to invite interested people in our Parish & Community to attend.
If anyone is interested please text 087-2991330 or email email@example.com with your preferred time slot, later slots will only be used once earlier ones are filled.
THIS IS A FREE COURSE & COULD BE LIFE SAVING BASIC KNOWLEDGE SO WE WOULD ENCOURAGE ANYONE WHO CAN TO TAKE PART. PLACES LIMITED SO PLEASE BOOK ASAP.
Best of luck to our Senior County Stars, John Clutterbuck, Sam Mulroy, Craig Lynch and Eoghan Callaghan who play Dublin in the Leinster Championship next weekend in Portlaoise.
LOTTO RESULTS 15/05/2018
Numbers: 14, 18, 20, 23
1 x 3 Number Winner wins €100: David Murphy
New Jackpot is €20,000
New Reserve Jackpot is €18,300
Next draw will take place on 22/05/2019 in The Granvue.
Thank you for your continued support!
Seniors Match Report
Division 3B – Round 10
Cuchulainn Gaels V St.Nicks
For the second time in 5 days spectators were treated to a very entertaining game of football at Páirc Naomh Lorcán in Omeath. Unfortunately for the home side, there was disappointment , conceding a goal with the very last kick of the game as they valiantly defended a one point lead.
The first half started with Nicks scoring the opening point after 3 minutes. Gaels replied with quick points from Eoin McDonald and Cian McDonald before Nicks levelled after 11 minutes with a free. 2 more points from play saw the visitors lead 0 04 to 0 02 after 14 minutes. A minute later Ray Phillips hit a fantastic point from almost 40 metres. Then Eoin McDonald scored an equaliser after great battling from Séamus McCabe. 3 points followed for the Nicks, 2 of those coming from frees. Brendan O’Hagan and Eoin McDonald replied to leave Gaels losing by one after 23 minutes. 2 further frees took the Nicks to 9 points. Eoin McDonald hit his fourth point on 28 minutes with Jody Keenan adding a free just before the break.
Gaeil Chúchulainn 0 08
St Nicholas 0 09.
An Dara Leath :
Gaels levelled the match early in the second half with a Brendan O’Hagan point from a narrow angle on the left wing. However the Nicks struck a big blow after 4 minutes when a 45 carried all the way into the Gaels net. Then the character of the home side showed as they battled back with 3 points from play in 5 minutes courtesy of Jody Keenan, Séamus McCabe and Ray Phillips. Nicks hit another free before Rammie Phillips hit his third point to level the game again after 15 minutes of the second half. Nicks once again took a point lead before Eoin McDonald levelled with 10 minutes to play. With 3 minutes left, a Jody Keenan free put the Gaels ahead. For the last 5 minutes the home defence led by Martin Hynes at full back held out and looked to have done enough to earn the points. In added time play was stopped for an injury and the Nicks restarted with possession in the form of an indirect free kick 40 metres out. It was launched towards the goal and after a scramble in the box, the ball broke to a Nicks forward who buried the ball in the back of the net. The final whistle followed and the Gaels suffered the cruelest of defeats.
Scór Deiridh :
Gaeil Chúchulainn 0 15
St Nicholas 2 11.
1 Shane Hynes
2 Brendan McKeown
3 Martin Hynes
4 James Ward
5 Séamus McCabe
6 Micheál McCabe
7 John Morgan
8 Francis O’Hagan
9 Ray Phillips
10 JP Elmore
11 Eoin McDonald
12 Jody Keenan
13 Cian McDonald
14 Brian Elmore
15 Brendan O’Hagan
Jordan Loye for Brian Elmore
Peter Morgan for Brendan McKeown
Gavin Mullen for JP Elmore.
Ionadaí eile nach raibh úsáidte (not used):
Eoin McDonald 0 05
Cian McDonald 0 01
Ray Phillips 0 03
Brendan O’Hagan 0 02
Jody Keenan 0 03 (2 frees )
Séamus McCabe 0 01
Seniors Match Report
Division 3B – Round 9
Cuchulainn Gaels V Dowdallshill
After being on the wrong end of some blistering starts recently, Cúchulainn Gaels reversed the trend, on an ideal evening for football in Omeath. Starting with a midfield of Paddy O’Hanlon and Francis O’Hagan brought back memories of the “Legends” game on the same pitch some years back. A full forward line led by Brian Elmore, flanked by Brendan O’Hagan and Cian McDonald caused havoc with their speed of movement in the first 10 minutes. An early O’Hagan point was followed by a Rammie Phillips free. On 6 minutes, after some great work from Frankie O’Hagan in midfield, Cian McDonald picked up the ball 30m from goal and finished with a goal lobbed into the corner of the net. An Eoin McDonald point followed.
A minute later Brendan O’Hagan won a ball in the box, rounded the keeper and scored Gaels second goal. Once again Eoin McDonald followed the goal with a point a minute later. After just 9 minutes Gaels led 2 04 to no score.
Unfortunately for Paddy O’Hanlon, injury meant his game ended after just 10 minutes but his contribution was key. D’Hill managed to get a foothold in the game and after 18 minutes had pulled back 3 points. A JP Elmore point after 19m was answered by another D’Hill point. Intense pressure from the visitors followed as they pressed forward and were unlucky not to goal. Shane Hynes was a formidable obstacle to overcome in the Gaels net and did well to keep a clean sheet helped by a defence that performed admirably. D’Hill added 2 more points before half time but another point from Brendan O’Hagan and 2 frees from Ray Phillips consolidated the Gaels lead.
Gaeil Chúchulainn 2 08
D’Hill 0 06.
An Dara Leath:
Jordan Loye drew first blood in the second half with a point after 4 minutes. Jody Keenan added a free after 7 minutes. 2 points from frees from D’Hill with a Brendan O’Hagan point in between followed. After 17 minutes of the second half with Gaels leading
2 13 to 0 09, D’Hill had a player sent off for a second yellow card. This ended any hope of the visitors making a comeback. A couple more Keenan frees and another fine Eoin McDonald point closed out a long overdue win for this youthfulOmeath team.
Gaeil Chúchulainn 2 16
D’Hill 0 11
1 Shane Hynes
2 Brendan McKeown
3 Martin Hynes
4 James Ward
5 Séamus McCabe
6 Micheál McCabe
7 John Morgan
8 Francis O’Hagan
9 Paddy O’Hanlon
10 Ray Phillips
11 Eoin McDonald
12 JP Elmore
13 Brendan O’Hagan
14 Brian Elmore
15 Cian McDonald
Jordan Loye for Paddy O’Hanlon
Jody Keenan for JP Elmore
Gavin Mullen for Jordan Loye
Paul O’Hanlon for Brian Elmore
Calum Fearon for Brendan O’Hagan.
Peter Morgan(not used-injured).
Brendan O’Hagan 1 03
Ray Phillips 0 03 (3F)
Cian McDonald 1 00
Eoin McDonald 0 03
JP Elmore 0 01
Jordan Loye 0 02
Jody Keenan 0 04 (3F).
Division 3B – Round 11
Cuchulainn Gaels V Annaghminnon Rovers
Venue: Pairc Naomh Lorcan
Date: Friday 24/5/19
Come along and show your support !
Underage Training Announcement
All underage training that takes place on a wednesday evening from 6:30 To 7:30 has now moved to a Thursday Evening from 6:30 To 7:30 from this week commencing Thursday the 23 / 5 / 19..please spread the word !
Junior 2 Match Report:
O’Raghallaighs 1-12, Naomh Mairtin 6-14
U14 Match Result:
Geraldines 7-16, O’Raghallaighs 3-07
U12 Match Result:
Hunterstown Rovers 4-07, O’Raghallaighs 4-09
Our Minor team play against St Josephs next Monday away from home. Throw in is at 7.30pm. all support welcome.
On Friday, our U16 team will face off against Glen Emmets at home. Throw in is at 7.30pm.
This Wednesday, our U14 team play Kilkerley Emmets / Naomh Malachi at home. Throw in is at 7.00pm.
Lotto Results 13th May 2019
• The numbers were 10, 14, 18 & 21
• No Jackpot Winner
• Lucky Dip Winners: David Floyd, Susanne Markey, Johnny Clerkin & Mandy Flood
• Next week’s jackpot is €12,950
Our clubhouse bar is now hosting a weekly bingo night on Tuesday nights, kicking off at 9.30pm. Make sure to come along to what’s sure to be a great night of fun.
Don’t forget our Function Room can be booked for all your party needs, as well as for charity functions. Please contact the clubhouse on 041 983 7132 after 5.00pm daily.
Training for all juveniles continues on Saturday afternoon at the Fairgreen in Dundalk from 2pm to 3pm with the usual €2 contribution still applying. New members are welcome.
The clubs latest fundraiser is a Pop Up Shop at the Longwalk Shopping all this week with members asked to donate suitable Bric a Brac into the shop to Paula and Margaret.
The clubs hold on the ‘Maurice Murphy Cup’ came to an end last Monday night May 13 when our senior team suffered a narrow 2-10 to 2-9 Special Hurling Championship semi final defeat to Mattock Rangers in Collon having trailed by 1-5 to 0-2 at half-time. The Moninne team (13 a side) and scorers were Graham Harrington, Chris Lennon, Caoilte O Rourke, Donal Lee, Oisin Drumm (0-3), Craig Callan, Donal Rafferty, James Murphy, Stephen Ryan (0-2), Conor O Droma (0-1), Sean Kennedy, Shane Connolly (2-0), Aaron Kelly. Sub used Stephen Rafferty (0-3).
The following night the DKIT was the venue for our U14 teams good 7-9 to 0-2 league victory over St Kevin’s/Mattock/Glen Emts. The Moninne scorers were Sean Hoey (2-1), Daniel O Shaughnessy (0-5), Aaron Heaney (1-1), Martin Tkacz (1-1), James Byrne (1-1), Cian Walsh (1-0), Luke Haughey (1-0).
On Tuesday night May 21 our U12 team played St Fechins in the league at the Fairgreen losing by 2-8 to 0-1. The Moninne team was Josh Horwell, Shane McGuinness Smith, Luke Haughey, Maeve O Hora, Cathal Maguire, Luke McCourt, Mark Byrne, Evan Corrigan, Ryan Heaney, Tiernan Bradley, Saoirse Carron. Sub used was Ciaran Maguire.
On Thursday night May 23 our young U8 hurlers will travelled up to Termonfeckin to take on St Fechins in a blitz. The young Moninne panel was Orla McCourt, Ewan McCourt, Oisin Maguire, Ferdia Maguire, Aoife Dowdall, Dillon Heaney, Lucy Dignan Maloney, Cian Maloney, Eoin Maloney.
Six of our senior panel were involved with the Louth Senior team in their disappointing 3-23 to 1-13 defeat to Mayo in round two of the Nicky Rackard Cup in McHale Park in Castlebar on May 18. They included Paul Challoner, John Martin, Darren O Hanrahan (0-2), Padraic Fallon, Feidhelm Joyce (0-1), Darren Geoghegan (0-7) and Mattie Fee. Louth will now have to beat Tyrone on Saturday June 1 in round three of the competition to avoid a relegation playoff.
Several members of our minor team were included in the starting 15 for Louth’s U17 Celtic Challenge 4-9 to 1-7 defeat by Wicklow ‘Gold in Abbotstown last Wednesday night May 15. Sean Magill picked up the Best and Fair play award on the Louth team. On Wednesday May 22 they drew their latest game in the competition by 3-9 to 1-15 against Longford in Grangegodden.
The Naomh Moninne Hurling Cul Camp will run from Monday July 29 to Friday August 2 in Dowdallshill and bookings can be currently made on line at the cost of €60 and €55 for a second child.
Membership is now due at the following rates – adult player €60, student player €25, non player €25, juvenile €20 and family membership is €60.