Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

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

Last week’s lotto numbers 5, 15, 19 & 23. There were no jackpot winners, two matched three numbers; Eilis O’Neill and Seanin McCourt. Next’s week’s jackpot is £975.

The seniors continued on their winning ways with an impressive home victory over Greenastle, after a slow start the O’Rahillys finally got into the game and took control of it to run out winners on a score line of 0.12 to 0.05. The reserves kept up their 100% record with a very hard fought win over a dogged Greencastle reserve team on a score line of 1-11 to 1.06.

Pride of place this week goes to our minor team who overcame all the odds to beat a fancied Dromore in the minor championship. Our young team, though under severe pressure battled strongly to come winners on a score line of 2.06 to 0.09/ Well done to all involved and this win puts them through to the semi final of the championship.

The U14s are training this week on Wednesday night at 7pm in preparation for the Molly O’Neill Cup which will be held on Saturday morning.

The U16s start their league campaign this Thursday night with an away game to Eglish, watch local press for details and all support would be greatly appreciated.

With the Molly O’Neill Cup being held this Saturday morning this means that U8 and U10s training will be this Saturday morning at 10am. Well done to the U10s who had a very successful blitz on Saturday morning and thanks to all who helped out.

The U14s girls finished their league campaign on Saturday with a home match to Eoghain Rua. After a good game of football the girls won the match by a single point, a win which put them through to the league final, so well done to all involved.

It is finally here, the final night of The Rahooley in the Hall will take place this Saturday night at 9pm sharp. With the all the dancers working hard to perfect their routines this guarantees to be a great night of entertainment. Tickets for the lounge are sold out but there are still some tickets left for the bar with the dancing being streamed live by three big screens. Tickets for the bar are £5. Entertainment on the night will be provided by the one and only Mr Stephen O’Neill and special guests. So if you already haven’t got a ticket now is the time to get one as they are sure to go fast. Tickets can be bought from Colly O’Neill on 07783505260 – or Oliver Devlin on 07881436041.
The thirds have their first game this Saturday at home at 4.30 sharp. All are asked to attend.
The club are asking for volunteers to help out on home match days with parking and other activities. If you feel you could help please forward your name to Harry Brady.

Girls’ training continues on Monday night at 6.30.

Anyone who wants to put a notice into the notes please contact Sean Lynch on 07849461941, or email him at [email protected] please do this before Sunday evening.

The Community Centre facilities are available for private bookings. To book sports facilities contact Ciaran O’Neill and for Social Club bookings contact Colin O’Neill on 07783505260.

The club would like to extend sympathy to the Devlin and McCloskey families on the recent sad passing of Joan McCloskey. Sympathy is also extended to the Connolly and Canavan families on their recent bereavements.


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