Latest News – 18-09-2017

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ACFL Division 1: Hard luck to our senior team who drew with county semi finalists, Mostrim on a scoreline of FMG 2-9 Mostrim 1-12 on Friday night last. This result means that we will be playing Division 2 football in 2018. The team and scorers were as follows:

Patrick Collum (0-3, (2 45s, 1 free)), Mickey Kelly, Dan Gorman, Emmet Noonan, Nigel Kiernan, Pauric Gill (0-1), Mike Kiernan, Seán Whelan , Mark Duffy,  Anthony Kane, Ciarán Cooney, Cian Brady, Diarmuid Cooney (0-1), Martin Cassidy (1-2), Petie Collum (1-2, 2fs).

Substitutions used:

David Collum, Dean Cosgrave, Mark Hughes, Kevin Whelan.

Thank you to our loyal group of supporters who are with us through thick and thin. Thank you to our management team of Gary Donohoe, Anthony McKeon and Michael Mulleady. Thanks also to our back room team of Bridie Reilly, Ken Leonard and Paul Dowler who have been with us all the way.

The club would like to wish a speedy recovery to Pauric Gill, who sustained a hamstring injury in the early stages of the second half.

Lotto: The Lotto draw was held last Monday, September 4th in The Porter House, Drumlish. The Jackpot was €7,600. The numbers drawn were as follows:

4, 9, 27, 28.

There was no winner.

€30 winners

  1. Martin Collum, Lettergullion.
  2. Aisling O’Hara, Cloonagh, Drumlish.
  3. Cormac Gobal, Killoe.
  4. Elaine Collum, Barraghmore, Drumlish..
  5. Bernadette & Orla Noonan, Monaduff.

€20 Sellers’ Prize

  1. Kevin Davis.
  2. Derek McKeon

The next draw is in Dillon’s Bar, Ballinamuck on Monday, September 19th. The Jackpot is now €7,800. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive.

St. Vincent’s U-12 Final: Best of luck to our team and management against Dromard in the county final this weekend

Church Gate Collection: Thank you to those who supported our annual collection this year. Thanks especially to Stephen McDermott, Kevin Davis, and Frankie McGowan who manned the collection box on Saturday in Drumlish and to Betty Creegan and Lorraine Corrigan who were in Ballinamuck on Sunday and to Lorraine and Packie Duffy who were in Drumlish on Sunday.