Glencar\Manorhamilton (@1.07) vs Allen Gaels (@8.0)

Our Prediction:

Glencar\Manorhamilton will win

Glencar\Manorhamilton – Allen Gaels Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:00

Well done to Caleb Duffy who made his senior debut & put in a very good performance.We play Ballinamore Sean OHeslins at home this Saturday evening at 7pm.Best of luck to all concerned. A depleted side was always playing catch up as we trailed 0-06 to 0-02 at the break, with our first half scores coming from Kyle Flynn & Martin Raftery. Division 1:We lost out to Dromahair in Dromahair on Saturday evening on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-06. The second half followed the same pattern and although a Ciaran Walsh goal on 45 minutes gave us hope we never really looked like overhauling the home side. James Flynn (2), Ciaran & Shane Walsh added scores but 2 points for Dromahair in injury time ensured a deserved victory.

Also a reminder that annual lotto tickets are available from any club officers for 85 for the year. The jackpot now stands at 2,600. The 5 prize winners of 20 each were: Rosie Casserly, Mahanagh; Aidan Heron, Corlough; Tony Conway, Arigna; Caiti Cullen, Drumkeelanmore and Teresa Glynn, Arigna. Lotto:There was no winner of the lotto jackpot & the numbers drawn were 01-18-20-24.

Finally condolences to the Coggins Family on the death of Mrs. Sincere sympathy also to the Reynolds Family Ballinaglera on the passing of Bridget Reynolds, who was laid to rest on Sunday. Bridie Coggins, formerly Drumderg, who passed away last week. Mahon in recent days. Sympathy:The club extends deepest condolences to the Mahon, Kelly & Lynch Families on the sad passing of Michael B.

Marys Kiltoghert & Glencar Manorhamilton for travelling and making the tournament a big success. Marys 1-06. In a thrilling final Clann na nGael prevailed against Allen Gales 4-01 to 0-08 with a man of the match display from the Clan goalkeeper, Neil Hannon, who repelled a barrage of goal chances from the home side. It was a great days entertainment and we thank Clann na nGael, Shannon Gaels/Kilmore, Mohill, St. Many congratulations to all who took part and a big thank you to Cyril McKeon & Mal Guckian for officiating the matches. Marys 2-08 Mohill 1-04; Allen Gaels 4-07 Shannon Gaels/Kilmore 1-04; Clann nGael 3-03 St. A special thanks to Paddy & Mairead Higgins who attended on the day and to Paddy for presenting the medals & trophy. Thank you to all who helped out in the clubhouse during the day, to the umpires and well done to the organising committee especially Farrell McKeon, Angus Fee & Stephen McWeeney. The U-15 competition provided a series of very enjoyable matches and the results were: Allen Gaels 5-08 G/Manorhamilton 1-02; Clan na nGael 7-04 Mohill 4-04; Shannon Gaels/ Kilmore 2-08 G/Manorhamilton 0-06; St. Niall Higgins Tournament:The annual Niall Higgins Memorial Tournament took place in the park on Bank Holiday Monday and Clann na nGael from Roscommon emerged victorious in the final with a 4-01 to 0-08 win over Allen Gaels.

Monday, September 24

With resources stretched tothelimit well done tothelads for fielding in difficult circumstances as it would have been easier to concedethepoints. Many thanks to Mohill physio, Orla Gordon, who treated Oisin Dolan for a back injury which ended his involvement and we wish Oisin a speedy recovery. Division 3:We were well beaten bytable toppers Mohill at home on Sunday morning.

OReilly, Clondalkin; Dolores Matthews, Keadue and Aoife Heeran, Drumshanbo. Lotto:There was one winner of the lotto jackpot on Monday of last week so congratulations to Sue ODonoghue from Keshcarrigan who scooped the 4,000 jackpot the winning numbers drawn were 02-09-10-19. The jackpot now stands at 1,000. The 5 prize winners of 20 each were: Jim Casey, Keadue; Alan Foley, Carrick Road; P.

Finally we would like to thank all the local businesses who have supported our underage teams with sponsorship during the year.Finally many thanks once again to Willie Donnellan for his time on Saturday. Also to the parents of the children who help out with transport among other things all year. Medals were presented to the U-12 boys, U-13 boys and U-14 girls so well done to all the winning teams.The award winners were: U12 Girls Player of the year: Andrea Gilmartin& Most Improved Player: Erin McCawley; U-12 Boys Player of the Year: James Rock; U13 Boys Player of the year: Fionn Gilrane & Most Improved Player: James OConnor; U14 Girls Player of the year: Roslyn Kane & Most Improved Player: Rachel McCormack; U15 Boys Player of the Year: Radek Oberwan & Most Improved Player: Rory ODonnell; U16 Girls Player of the year: Jaclyna Ozdobinska & Most Improved: Rachel McGarry; U17 Boys Player of the Year: Colin Moran & Most Improved: Enda Keegan; U-18 Ladies Player: Niamh Morahan and Most Improved: Lauryn McKeon. A big thank you also to the Keane Family and to everyone who helped out on Saturday, in particular the Coiste na nOg committee under chairman Stephen McWeeney and secretary Angus Fee and to all our underage coaches who give their time throughout the year. We would especially like to thank Pauric Keane,AilishCornyn, Diarmuid McKiernan and James Flynn for doing the presentations. Underage Presentation & Awards:The Kevin Keane Annual Player of the Year Awards & medals to last years winning teams were presented in the Mayflower last Saturday.

U-13s:The boys had a good win away to Kiltubrid last week on a scoreline of 4-13 to 1-13 & qualified for the Shield Final on Friday last where after a great battle they were pipped by Fenagh on a scoreline of 3-06 to 1-10. Hard luck to the team & management Kenneth, Richard & Cyril but well done on their efforts all year.

May they rest in peace. Sympathy:The Club extends deepest condolences to the McGowan Family, Carrick Road on the sad passing of Phils brother, Peter Joe Gilmartin, who will be laid to rest in Sooey this week. Deepest sympathy also to the Flynn Family, Arigna and to the Reynolds Family, Drumcoura, on the tragic passing of Tommy Flynn at the weekend.

Monday, January 2nd

Caillians and Glenfarne Kiltyclogher who both lost out to Sligo opposition on Saturday against Shamrock Gaels and Easkey respectively. Best wishes to Aughawillan on Sunday as they take on Ballintubber in the Connacht Club semi final in Pairc Sean at 2pm. Hard luck to Fenagh St. Connacht Club Championship:Hugecongratulationsto the Carrick Hurling squad & management on afantastic achievementwinning the Connacht Club Junior Championship on Saturday defeating Ballygar of Galway in the final.