Patsy Reilly Cup
We are playing Ardagh/Moydow this Friday evening in the semi final of the Patsy Reilly Cup. Keep an eye on the fixtures for throw in time and venue. Best of luck to Jack and the team
The club was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of one of our great supporters, Joe Caldwell, last week. Joe loved the Gaels and the interview with him in the 2008 history book summed up how much this club meant to him. We extend our deepest sympathy to Joe’s family and friends. Solas na bhFlaitheas air.
The Lotto draw was held in Gallagher’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, October 7th The Jackpot was €18,000. Results are currently available on the club website and will be published in next week’s notes. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive. On lotto duty this weekend are Colin Crowe and JP Murphy. Thank you to everyone who continues to support our lotto
Our monthly club meeting will take place next Monday, October 14th in Monaduff at 10pm. All club members are invited to attend
The club wishes Mike Mulleady a speedy recovery after his operation last week as a result of an injury sustained playing for the club.
We received the points from Ardagh/Moydow last Saturday in the first round of the championship. We play Northern Gaels in the next round this Sunday, October 13th at 1pm in Mullinalaghta. Best of luck to manager Paddy Collum and the team
With the celebrations finally over the club would like to thank the people of the parish for their great support throughout the year and a big thank you to all the publicans, who had such great welcomes for us over the past week. Thank you to the schools, crèches and nursing homes for the welcomes also. A special word of thanks to John Farley and Darren Quinn who so kindly sponsored food and drink for the players last week.
Well done to our neighbours Killoe on winning the Connolly Cup on Sunday. Commiserations to Longford Slashers. We wish Killoe all the best in their Leinster campaign
Best of luck to our neighbours Clonguish in the senior hurling final this Sunday, and in particular our own dual star Paddy Collum. Throw in is at 3.30pm in Pearse Park.