Lotto: The draw was held in Gallagher’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, May 14th. The Jackpot was €11,000. Results are currently available on the club website. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive. Thank you to everyone who continues to support our lotto.
Championship Draw: We were drawn in Group 2 of the Intermediate championship along with Seán Connolly’s, Ardagh/Moydow and Cashel. The top team qualifies for the semi final with 2nd and 3rd place going into quarter finals and the last placed team into a relegation play-off. The first round is against Seán Connolly’s on the first weekend in August. The Junior championship draws will be made at a later date.
Bertie Allen Cup: Hard luck to our lads who were defeated by Dromard on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-9 on Saturday evening last in Monaduff. The team and scorers were as follows:
Michael Heslin, Cian Brady, Dan Gorman, Stephen Cosgrave, Nigel Kiernan, Mark Duffy, James Breslin, David Collum, Seán Whelan, Rúairí Carthy, Kevin Whelan, Eoin Keane (0-6), Cian Cassidy (0-1), Aiden Gray, Dean Cosgrave (0-2). Subs used: Mike Kiernan, Ryan Crowe (1-0), Kevin Whitney and Liam Lynch. Speedy recovery to Mike Kiernan who got injured during the game.
Padraic Gearty Cup: Our Junior reserve team were well beaten by Seán Connolly’s last Sunday in Maguire Park, Ballinalee on a scoreline of 2-21 to 2-10. The team and scorers were as follows: James McCann, Brean Kane, Timothy Bouvin, Brian O’Connor, Mark Breslin, Cathal Howe, Jonathan Connell, Paddy McKeon, Ryan Crowe (0-3), Rúairí Carthy (0-1), Seán Breslin, Cian Cassidy (2-4), Derek McKeon.
Substitutions used: David Cassidy (0-2).
Annual Mass: Our annual Mass was held last Sunday in St. Mary’s Church, Drumlish. Thank you to all who came and to those who participated. A special word of thanks to Bridie Reilly who co-ordinated it again this year.
Sympathy: The club wishes to extend its sincerest sympathy to the Rogers and Davis family on the recent passing of Mary Rogers (Mill Road, Drumlish). Mary always supported the club and had an enormous impact on so many lives in the parish as a great educator for many years in the National School. Solas na bhFlaitheas uirthi.