Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

Last week’s lotto numbers were 1, 3, 21 and 22. There were no jackpot winners. One matched three numbers – Peter McKeown. Next week’s jackpot is £1,900.

The U16s continued their league campaign on Saturday with an away game to Pomeroy. It finished all square on the day after a keenly contested affair. Eoin Teague scored two goals and a few points for the O’Rahillys with Sean Cullen notching 1-3 on a day when they had good displays from Donavan Shields, Michael O’Neill, Ruairi Hagan, Sean Timlin, Shane Donnelly, and Conor McLoughlin as it finished 4-6 to 3-9.

As the club’s sports/leisure wear is no longer available in the town, a new Clonoe O’Rahilly’s Sports Shop will open in the Community Centre every Friday from 7pm to 8pm.

The girls’ U14s and U16s continue training on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6pm. All girls are asked to be on time and to bring their own water bottle.

This Saturday there will be no Gaelic Start due to it being St Patrick’s Day. It will resume on the March 24 from 1pm to 2pm. The last week of the Gaelic start will be Saturday, March 31.

The U14s begin training on Thursday night at 7pm sharp. All existing players and all new players are welcome to attend.

Last man standing continues this weekend. Anyone still left in it is asked to get their teams to Gary Coney by Friday evening.

Any youth player who did not register on Thursday night needs to contact either Gerard Corr or Sharon Trainor as soon as possible to register.

Can all members please collect all old clothes, towel sheets, etc for cash for clubs. Collection will take place on March 31. Bags will be given out this week through the schools and at training. Please make every effort to help with our first fundraiser this year.

Remember on Saturday the Community Centre will be hosting a monster Deal or No Deal. Will the banker be generous with his money? Only one way to find out and come down to the Community Centre this Saturday night for 9.30pm sharp.

Well done to Cassie McClure and Naomi Donnelly who were apart of the successful Tyrone ladies’ team that won the Ulster blitz last weekend in Cookstown.

There will be a darts tournament in the Community Centre on March 31. There will be a big prize on the day to the winner of £550 along with some high-profile names attending. Anyone looking to sponsor a board, please contact Mickey Mansell, Aidan McVeigh or Kevin Devlin.

The Community Centre facilities are available for private bookings. To book sports facilities contact Dee Burke on 07740190221 and Social Club bookings contact Alerian Taggart on 07841702742.


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