Latest News – 28-07-2019

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Mulleady Group Intermediate Championship

On Sunday last we played Ardagh/Moydow in Killoe in the second round of the championship and came out victorious on a scoreline of 1-15 to 0-12. This win now means we are through to the semi-final with a game to spare. Well done to Jack and the team. The team and scorers were as follows:

Paddy Collum (1-0), Derek McCormack, Cian Brady, Darren Reilly, Emmet Noonan (0-2), Gary Connell, Mark Hughes, Liam Lynch, Seán Whelan, Dean Cosgrave (0-1), Pauric Gill (0-1), Darren Farley, Anthony Kane (0-1), Martin Cassidy (0-8, 4f), Kevin Whelan

Substitutions used:

Ryan Crowe, Stephen Cosgrave, Eoin Keane (0-1), Aaron McGee, Cian Cassidy (0-1), Conor Keenan

Lotto

The lotto draw was held in O’Reilly’s Bar, Drumlish on Monday last, July 22nd. The Jackpot was €17,000. The numbers drawn were as follows:

8, 13, 22, 27

There was no winner.

€30 winners

  1. Darran Beirne, c/o Mark Duffy
  2. Shane Reilly, Drumhass, Mohill
  3. Anthony Sweeney, Foynes Court, Longford
  4. Anne McGee, Bandra
  5. Margaret Farley, Drumlish

€20 Sellers’ Prize

  1. Jimmy & Eileen Kane.
  2. Betty Creegan

The next draw is in The Mill Bar, Drumlish on Monday, August 8th. The Jackpot is now €17,200. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive. On lotto duty this weekend are Aiden Gray and Emmet Noonan. Thank you to everyone who continues to support our lotto.

 

Junior Championship

Our Juniors played Legan Sarsfields in the first round of the championship on Wednesday evening last in Monaduff. We were beaten on a scoreline of 2-16 to 3-6. The team and scorers were as follows:

Aiden Gray, Cian Murphy, John Paul Farley, Brean Kane, Declan Donnelly, Mike Mulleady, Kevin Whitney, Rúairí Carthy, Mark Breslin, Tom McGee, David Cassidy (1-2, goal and points from frees), Brian O’Connor (0-1), Seán Breslin, Scott Howe, Stephen Donnelly (1-2)

Subs used:

Aaron Quinn (0-1), Derek McKeon (1-0), Gearóid Nertney, Timmy Bouvin, Jonathan Connell, Robin O’Neill

The next round of the championship is this evening, Wednesday, July 31st, against Killoe in Clonee at 8pm. Best of luck to the team and management.

The Marquee In Drumlish – August 16th to 19th

This year we are celebrating a decade of The Marquee In Drumlish Festival and we have a fantastic line up to ensure another entertaining weekend. On Friday we have Top Shelf, DJ Fergal D’Arcy and our own Brave Giant are back to headline the night. On Saturday night we have Matthew O’Donnell, Robert Mizzell and

Derek Ryan. On Sunday night there is the excellent Qween – Queen Tribute show, The 4 of Us and local lads Cronin are back to entertain us into the early hours. Monday night is the main event – The Declan Nerney Night, which is sure to finish off another terrific festival in style.

Thank you to our event sponsors Mike and Martin Mulleady of Mulleady Properties and also Imagine who are on board again this year. We look forward to seeing you allthere!

Marquee Monster Bingo

We are celebrating 10 years of the Annual Monster Bingo in conjunction with the Marquee in Drumlish. This will take place on Sunday, the 18th of August in the ’98 Memorial Hall Ballinamuck at 3pm. There is prize money of €2,500 plus Monster Raffle on the day. All proceeds from this year’s bingo will be donated to ‘Meals on Wheels Longford’.

Win a weekend trip to New York

To celebrate 10 years of the Marquee in Drumlish Festival, we are holding a raffle in Quinn’s Bar on Friday night, August 30th at 9pm where one lucky winner will win a weekend break to New York City (or a travel voucher worth €1,000). Tickets cost €5 and can be bought off any member of the club. Thank you to Cunningham Design  & Planning and Larkin Aluminium for their kind sponsorship of this great prize.

Sympathy

The club extends its’ deepest sympathy to the family and friends of former Senator Eddie Bohan, native of Cloncowley, who passed away recently. We also extend our condolences to the family and friends of Sam Ryan (Barraghbeg) who died recently. Solas na bhFlaitheas orthu.