Latest News – 08-04-2018

Lotto: The draw was held in Quinn’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, April 2nd. The Jackpot was €10,400. There was no Jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were as follows:

13, 20, 29, 30

 €30 Winners

  1. Liam Forde, Drumlish
  2. Paddy McNally, Greagh
  3. Ciarán Cooney, Drumlish
  4. Paddy Kane, Currabawn
  5. David Garrigan, Kilnashee, Drumlish

€20 Sellers’ Prize

  1. Thomas Gill
  2. Seán Breslin/Gary Connell

The next draw will be in the ’98 Bar, Ballinamuck on Monday, April 16th. The Jackpot is now €10,600. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive. Thank you to everyone who continues to support our lotto.

Michael Moran ACFL Division 2: We were defeated by Cashel in the league on Sunday last on a score line of 1-16 to 1-14, the team and scorers were as follows

Paddy Collum, Dan Gorman, Cian Brady, Derek McCormack, Mark Hughes (0-1), Kevin Whelan, Emmet Noonan, Liam Lynch (0-1), Mark Duffy, Eoin Keane (0-6, 5f) Diarmuid Cooney (1-1), Pauric Gill (0-2), Dean Cosgrave (0-2), Martin Cassidy (0-1), Aiden Gray.

Subs used: Anthony Kane, David Collum

Best of luck to the team and management in the next round at home to Ballymore this Saturday April 14th at 7pm

Division 3A: Well done to our juniors on their 1-8 to 1-7 victory over Legan in the league on Easter Monday last. The team and scorers were as follows:

Jason Nertney, Brean Kane, Micheál Kane, Tom McGee, James Breslin (0-1), Stephen Cosgrave, Kevin Whitney, Rúairí Carthy (0-1), Dylan Quinn, Seán Breslin, Dean Cosgrave (0-1), Gearóid Nertney, Ryan Crowe (1-4, 4f), Derek McKeon, James McCann. Subs used: Scott Howe, James O’Neill, Mike Mulleady (0-1), Stephen Donnelly, Darren Smith

Best of luck to the team and management in the next round at home to Killoe on Sunday April 15th at 12 noon

Sympathy: The club was saddened to learn in recent times of the passing of two former players – Fr. Ned O’Hara and Michael O’Reilly. Father Ned had been living in Lisryan for the past number of years and Michael had been living in England. Michael grew up in Shanmullagh and happened to play in match against a Dromard team featuring both his father Eugene and brother PJ. Solas na bhFlaitheas orthu.