Latest News – 17-12-2017

Lotto: The draw was held in Quinn’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, December 18th. The Jackpot was €9,000. Results are currently available on the club website and will be in next week’s notes. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive.

Mohill Success: Well done to clubmen Padraic Davis, Pete McWade and Ian Higgins on their back to back U21 championship success with Mohill at the weekend. This rounds off a great 2017 for the three men who also secured the Senior Championship and League earlier in the year.

National Club Draw 2018: Tickets for the National Club Draw are currently available to purchase. If anyone would like to buy a ticket, please contact any member of the senior squad. Tickets cost €10.

Annual Table Quiz: Our annual table quiz will take place on Friday, December 29th in Gallagher’s Bar, Drumlish at 9pm. Tables cost €40 for a table of four. There will be also be a raffle with many fantastic prizes to be won. A great night’s entertainment is guaranteed as always

Rounders: Seán Connolly’s, Ballinalee have recently set up a Rounders team, so if anyone is interested in playing one of the other GAA sports you can find out more information by emailing

As we do not currently participate in Rounders ourselves, any one of our registered club members are eligible to play with Seán Connolly’s.

GAA Player Conference: The first GAA Player Conference will take place in Croke Park on Saturday 17th February 2018. Details are available on: –

Further information, including the registration page for attendees, is available on

Sympathy: We would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Eddie Breslin, Birmingham (formerly of Ballinamuck) who passed away recently. Solas na bhFlaitheas air.

Happy Christmas: Finally, the club would like to wish all our members, players, mentors and supporters a very peaceful and happy Christmas. Safe journey to all who are travelling near and far over the Christmas period. Nollaig faoi shéan agus faoi shonas daoibh.