Latest News – 17-02-2019

Lotto: The Lotto draw was held in The ’98 Bar, Ballinamuck on Monday last, February 18th. The Jackpot was €14,800. The results are currently 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. Thank you to everyone who continues to support our lotto.

Club Membership: Club Membership for the forthcoming year is now available. The cost is €30 for adults and €15 for students. Membership is required for all playing members and for use of the gym. Membership entitles you to attend monthly club meetings and if received before March 31st, entitles you to a vote at next year’s AGM and entry into the draw for All Ireland tickets. To pay please contact Registrar, Bridie Reilly.

Challenge Match: We had our first get together of the year under the new management team of Jack Lynn, Dessie Connell, Niall Mulleady and Graham Lee on Sunday morning last in Monaduff when the lads faced Gowna in a challenge. It was an excellent workout for both sides with our lads emrging the victors 2-14 to 2-10. The team was follows:

Aiden Gray, James O’Neill, Derek McCormack, Aaron McGee, Emmet Noonan (0-1), Mark Hughes, Gary Connell, Seán Whelan (0-1), Anthony Kane (0-4), Ciarán Cooney, Martin Cassidy (0-3), Conor Keenan, Cian Cassidy (2-3), Dean Cosgrave, Brian O’Connor.

Subs used:

Cian Murphy, Ryan Crowe, Stephen Cosgrave, Tommy McGee, Robert Rehill, Michael Heslin, Kevin Whelan (0-1), Robin O’Neill, Scott Howe, Petie Collum (0-1,1f).

We wish a speedy recovery to Robbie Rehill who got injured during the match.

Longford Seniors: Best of luck to Paddy Collum, Pauric Gill, manager Padraic Davis, backroom team members Ian Higgins & Gordon Smyth and the rest of the Longford squad as they face Down in Round 4 of the National League this Sunday in Pearse Park.

Mullinalaghta: Commiserations to Mullinalaghta after their All Ireland Semi-Final loss to Dr. Crokes. It was a gallant effort after a historic season and the whole county is proud of your achievements.




The club extends its deepest sympathy to the family and friends of John Mallon (Lettergonnell) who passed away recently. Solas na bhFlaitheas air.