There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne’s Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 9th May. The winning numbers were 10, 16, 21, & 25. There were 3 match 3 winners Eoin &Ellie Rose Conlon c/o Gerry Sheridan, Shevlin grandchildren c/o Geraldine, Tom Cryan c/o Patsy Matthews who won €50 each. Next weeks jackpot stays at €10,000. Tickets are available from the usual local outlets, Lotto sellers and any committee member. Funds raised from our Lotto draw go towards the running of the club and your support is greatly appreciated.
Naomh Fionnbarra men teams had a good week. On Tuesday the Junior team had a good win over Oliver Plunketts in Drogheda 3-10(19) to 0-15(15) and on Friday evening our Intermediate team had a good wind over Glyde Rangers in Tallanstown on a scoreline of 2-10(16) to 1-8(11) well done lads.
💚Ladies Club News💛It was a trip to Kilkerley for the ladies last night to come up against the Kilkerley/D’Hill panel. Both playing with Louth players on the back of their final on Sunday it was bound to be a challenging battle. The home side started off solid with a point followed shortly after by a goal. We then got onto the scoreboard with 2 points followed by a goal by Marieanne Hullen. It was a hard fought battle of which the home side came out on top. Final Score Kilkerley/D’Hill 3-11 Naomh Fionnbarra 2-7. Sunday sees the girls host Glyde Rangers at home. A second win is needed for the Barrs to settle themselves within this league. Sunday 13th May at 11am at John Markey Park.
The Naomh Fionnbarra adult men team fixtures are as follows; Division 2 League Round 1 v Kilkerley Emmets Tuesday 15th May 7:30pm in Kilkerley, Division 5 League Round 5 v St. Kevins Tuesday 22nd May 7:45pm at John Markey Park, Division 2 League Round 7 v Oliver Plunketts Friday 25th May 8:00pm at John Markey Park, Ballygassan.
Best of luck to the Louth Senior team who play Carlow today (Sunday) in the 1st Round of the Leinster Senior Football Championship especially the 2 lads representing the Finbarrs, William Woods who starts at right corner forward and Hugh Osborne who starts as a sub. Up Louth. Incidentially, William is the first Togher player to start for Louth in the Senior Football Championship since Hugh’s father John was on the panel in the 1990’s.
What is Féile?
Féile Peile is a national festival of Gaelic football for Boys & Girls under 14 years of age. it takes place on the last weekend of June (Fri Jun 29th – Sun Jul 1st) and in 2018 it is being hosted in countiesLouth/Meath & Down. Féile provides an opportunity for our under 14 players to participate in an annual Festival Gaelic Football.
Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire have entered our boys U14 team, this means that we have agreed to host a visiting team, accommodating 24 players in family homes and 2 mentors between the Togher and Dunleer area. We now know we have a team coming for Co. Antrim and we are in a group with St. Josephs GFC, Co. Louth. The Under 14 team are training every Monday evening in preparation and their U14 league has started. They have moved up to division 2 this year.
If anyone would like to become involved in this weekend, please contact a member of the committee.
Naomh Fionnbarra Féile Committtee Corinne Smith 086-8293764, Anne Kelly 0876981161,Damien Hanratty 087 4127314 (Mentor),Fiona Mc Creesh 087 2937617 Larry Kelly 087654793.
Supporter’s of the club can buy club gear directly from the O’Neills Website. There are some new items available online. Please see the attached link
Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. are hosting a Kellogs GAA Cúl Football and Hurling Camp again this year from Monday 30th July to Friday 3rd August. Online booking commences on 1st March.