Latest News – 26-11-2017

Lotto: The Lotto draw was held last Monday, November 20th in O’Reilly’s Bar, Drumlish. The Jackpot was €8,600. The numbers drawn were as follows:

1, 6 ,7, 23.

There was no winner.

€30 winners

  1. Danny O’Toole, Moyne.
  2. Cyril Corr, Drumlish.
  3. Patsy & Ian Higgins, Ballinamuck.
  4. Ciarán Wynne, C/O Ralph’s Bar..
  5. Therese Ludgate, Mount Ida, Cloone.

 €20 Sellers’ Prize

  1. Pauric McGee
  2. Francis & Bernie McNally.

The next draw is in The Porter House, Drumlish on Monday, December 4th. The Jackpot is now €8,800. Tickets are available from the usual outlets and from any member of the executive. Thank you to everyone who continue to support our lotto.

Monthly Meeting: The monthly meeting of the Executive will take place this Thursday, the 30th, at 8.30pm in Monaduff. All members of the Executive are requested to attend

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.

GAA Games Development Conference: The GAA Games Development Conference 2018 is being developed in partnership with Sky Sports and will take place on Friday and Saturday, January 12th and 13th 2018 in Croke Park. Run as a partnership between all of the Gaelic Games Associations, the Conference will offer the 750 delegates attending an opportunity to access talks relating to key coaching issues in hurling/camogie, Gaelic football/Ladies Gaelic football, Handball and Rounders which are related to players across the entire player development pathway. Friday, January 12th will feature a Youth Development forum that will investigate many of the issues related to ensuring that player are provided with an adequate programme of games, appropriate to their needs and abilities. Speakers will present on a number of initiatives that have been developed to complement the formal games programme. Saturday, January 13th provides an opportunity for delegates to attend sessions from speakers of national and internal renowned covering topics relevant to the player, the coach, the game and the environment. Speakers include: Paul McGinley, Stephen McDonnell, former Armagh Senior Footballer, Diarmuid Lyng, Tony Óg Regan, Peter Keane (Manager of the 2017 Kerry Minor Football team), and Ashley Jones (Strength and Conditioning coach, formerly coach to the New Zealand All Blacks).

Tickets cost €60 and are available to purchase from the dedicated ticket site.

Sympathy: We would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Teresa McDonnell (Melkagh) who passed away recently. Solas na bhFlaitheas uirthi.