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Dunlavin GAA Lotto: The jack­pot of €7,200 was won two weeks ago. A big con­grat­u­la­tions goes to Frank McCormick. The most re­cent jack­pot is €2,200. No win­ner last week and the win­ning Num­bers drawn were 7, 12, 27, 28. There were five match 3 win­ners shar­ing €250. Well done to Eileen Daw­son, Sharon English, Mary Car­roll, M&R Halpin, and Eileen Dunne. A big thank you to ev­ery­one who sup­ports the lotto and to those who or­gan­ise the draw ev­ery week. Tick­ets are €2 each and the draw takes place ev­ery Mon­day evening.

Golf Clas­sic 2016: will take place in Rath­sal­lagh Golf Club on June 11. Cost of €160 per team of four (in­clud­ing food). Join us that evening for a pre­sen­ta­tion of prizes and mu­sic from 9.30pm. Please con­tact Ed But­ter­field on 087-2407749 or Johnny on 087-8439611. The golf course in un­der new man­age­ment and Dunlavin GAA wish the new own­ers the best of luck on re-open­ing this fan­tas­tic golf course right on our door step.

Hard luck to the Se­niors who lost to Rath­new in the Di­vi­sion 1 League. Dunlavin put in a good per­for­mance and it was even stevens at half-time with a great goal scored by Gary Allen. The half­time score stood at 1-3 to 0-6. Shane Carty rattled the back of the net with a fine goal early in the sec­ond half but Dunlavin missed sev­eral points dur­ing the sec­ond half. Fi­nal score Dunlavin 2-6 to Rath­new 1-14. Scor­ers: 1-0 Gary Allen, 0-1 Daniel Daw­son, 1-1 Shane Carty, 0-1 Stephen O’Brien, 0-2 Thomas Davis, 0-1 Mark Rigley.

Dunlavin GAA wish all the stu­dents sit­ting the Leav­ing Cert and Ju­nior Cert the very best of luck.

Well done to the Ju­niors on a win last week over Val­ley­mount. They play Lacken this week in Di­vi­sion 4.

Dunlavin GAA wish Rath­sal­lagh Golf Club the very best of luck on open­ing its doors once again. We wish the man­age­ment and staff ev­ery suc­cess into the fu­ture.

A Go Games mon­ster blitz will take place in Bal­li­nakill on June 11 start­ing at 2.30pm. Un­der-8 and Un­der-10s will com­pete.

Re­minder: The de­fib is lo­cated in the main dress­ing room.

Thank you to ev­ery­one for sup­port­ing our re­verse park­ing pol­icy to en­sure safety for ev­ery­one vis­it­ing our club­house.

Un­der-6/8/Un­der-10 foot­ball training is on Mon­day evenings at 6.30pm.

Un­der-8/Un­der-10 hurl­ing training is back on Tuesday evenings at 6.30pm. A text will go out to in­form you about the Un­der-12 foot­ball training and about up­com­ing games and Go Games.

Please note your child must have mem­ber­ship form com­plete and fee paid to par­tic­i­pate. 2016 mem­ber­ship: Juvenile Play­ers €20 each. Con­tact Louise (087) 223 6216 or call into Ed’s Fruit & Veg for forms. Mem­ber­ship will also be taken in the club­house on Mon­days from 6.45pm be­fore the un­der­age training.

The County Devel­op­ment first draw has been de­ferred and will now take place on June 10. Thanks to those who have bought their tick­ets. It’s an im­por­tant fundraiser for the club.

A clothes col­lec­tion is now tak­ing place – If you have used or un­wanted clothes we are ac­cept­ing do­na­tions ev­ery Mon­day evening at 8pm.

Re­mem­ber to stay in touch with Dunlavin GAA Facebook page and St Ni­cholas Juvenile Facebook page. Also check out our twit­ter page @Dunlavin­gaa2015. For the most up to date news on lotto re­sults, fix­tures and scores please check us out– Like, fol­low and tweet.


thank ev­ery­one who sup­ported and helped them with the re­cent bed push from Hack­et­stown to Knock­ananna.

Martina Whe­lan, also known as Win­nie the Pooh, was out in force again, and with her help ha­rass­ing mo­torists and the busi­nesses in Hack­et­stown, and along with the cabaret in The Wagons, we raised €650.

The kids en­joyed the ex­pe­ri­ence and fair play to them as most of the older ones walked the dis­tance in mon­soon like con­di­tions.

Thanks also to the par­ents for minding our um­brel­las and keep­ing them safe in their cars as they drove be­hind us all the way to the vil­lage, en­sur­ing a safe jour­ney for all.

It was also a great few weeks for our Gaelic teams with Knock­ananna Ju­nior ‘A’ team hav­ing a fan­tas­tic win in the league against Bray in Aughrim.

This re­sult en­sures their safety in Di­vi­sion 3 for an­other year and also gives them a chance to chase pro­mo­tion.

Mat­tie Forde, the former Wex­ford player, trained the lads last Wed­nes­day night for an hour and will be back again over the course of the sum­mer.

What is very no­tice­able is the amount of kids who are at­tend­ing the adult training ses­sions. This is great to see and long may it con­tinue.

On Fri­day, May 27, the Na­tional School girls were in­vited into a tour­na­ment in Donard. They played eight games, win­ning seven, and draw­ing one. Some achieve­ment as we only have 11 girls be­tween fifth and sixth class. Also the third and fourth class boys won the Shield in the Clon­more Tour­na­ment, beat­ing Kil­com­mon in the fi­nal after ex­tra-time.


Fri­day week with a five-point win after a typ­i­cally hard fought en­counter last night.

Played in bril­liant con­di­tions, we made a great start with two early points. We lead 0-4 to 0-1 mid­way through the half but the lo­cals drew level be­fore the break when the turn­ing point came on the stroke of half-time when Anto O’Neill goaled to give us a lead (1-4 to 0-4) that we were never to re­lin­quish.

The sec­ond half proved to be a cagey af­fair with both sides hav­ing scor­ing chances but fail­ing to con­vert them. We even­tu­ally put the game to bed with some well worked points fin­ished by O’Neill and Gavin Bar­ton gave us a well mer­ited vic­tory on the night.

In a very solid, bat­tling per­for­mance from goal­keeper Ian Kir­wan to the re­turn­ing Mark Tyn­dal at 15 as well as the subs who all did their jobs when in­tro­duced, it would be hard to pick out any in­di­vid­u­als.

Scor­ers on the night were Gavin Bar­ton (0-5), Anto O’Neill (1-2), Jack Con­roy (0-1). Well done to Alan, John, Dara and all the squad and many thanks to all the sup­port­ers who trav­elled down and gave us great vo­cal sup­port on the night.

Ladies Foot­ball League - Kil­bride v En­niskerry - We trav­elled across the Sal­ly­gap last Wed­nes­day night and came home with the two points after an en­ter­tain­ing, high scor­ing game.

Fit­ness shin­ing through in the end as we were all even at half-time.

Great work from He­len Kir­wan and again from the Kearns sis­ters work­ing hard to get the ball from the backs to the for­wards. Tara Brady also had a stormer and get­ting on the score board. Ex­el­lent all round per­for­mance on the night against a young, tal­ented Kil­bride side.

Lotto - Win­ning num­bers on May 30 were 24, 26, 28, 31. Bonus was 34. No jack­pot win­ner, one match three num­bers re­ceived €500. Jack­pot on June 7 stands at €5, 500.

Thanks to all buy­ers and sell­ers of club lotto tick­ets for con­tin­ued sup­port.

Con­grats to En­niskerry YC on their Tom Cullen Cup win last Tuesday ver­sus Inchicore Ath­letic.

Best of luck to all stu­dents in En­niskerry sit­ting ex­ams in the next cou­ple of weeks from all in the club.

Kel­logs Cúl Camps take place in En­niskerry on July 18-22. Cost is €55 per child which in­cludes free gear and back­pack. Cúl Camps are open to 6-13-year-olds. All wel­come, con­tact Larry Dil­lon 086 8292336 or Damian Driver 086 1663415 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Juvenile - Training con­tin­ues each Fri­day at 7pm in the pitch with four to 10-year-olds catered for. All are very wel­come, con­tact Damian at 086 1663415 for more in­for­ma­tion.

County Devel­op­ment Draw - The first draw takes place this Fri­day, June 10, so there’s not much time to pur­chase your ticket if you haven’t al­ready.

Each ticket costs €50 which en­ters you for three monthly draws with a com­bined prize giv­ing to­tal of €66,750. Con­tact Gary at 086 8567262 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Tour De Le­in­ster - Our cy­clists are in training for our spon­sored cy­cle which takes place on July 8 to 10. Itin­ery is as fol­lows: Day1 - En­niskerry to En­nis­cor­thy. Day 2 - En­nis­cor­thy to Car­low Town. Day 3 - Car­low Town to En­niskerry. If in­ter­ested in tak­ing some part in the cy­cle or spon­sor­ing a cy­clists, please con­tact Ul­tan 086 3727665 or Ben 086 3727446.

Web­site - Re­mem­ber you can keep up to date on all club ac­tiv­ity by check­ing out the club web­site at En­nisker­ry­gaa­

Ju­nior Hurl­ing League - Avon­dale 2-12, Kilmac/ En­niskerry 0-6 – The hurlers trav­elled to Rath­drum on Wed­nes­day, down a few bodies due to in­juries, and put up a valiant dis­play be­fore giv­ing best to an ex­pe­ri­enced home side.

Play­ing against the wind in the first pe­riod we bat­tled well and went in only 0-9 to 0-2 in ar­rears at the break.

We had plenty of pos­ses­sion in the sec­ond pe­riod but the goal we needed never came for us de­spite some close calls, one a close in flick from Mick Burns that skimmed the bar and also a solo ef­fort from James Cahill that just went past the wrong side of the post after a mazy run from mid­field.

All in all an­other bat­tling, solid per­for­mance all round with Mick Byrne, Ross Lally, Ge­off and James Cahill and Ja­son Doyle the pick of the bunch.

Team: Mick Byrne, John Flynn, Ross Lally, Gar­ret Power, Nathan Cronin, Clin­ton Donoghue, John Driver, James Cahill(0-3), Ger Driver, Christy O’Toole, Christy Fox, Ge­off Cahill (0-1), Mick Burns (0-1), Ja­son Doyle (0-1), Ja­son Mur­ray. Subs: Gary Ka­vanagh, Jim D’Arcy, Barry Driver.

County Foot­ball League Di­vi­sion 3 - New­cas­tle 0-6, En­niskerry 1-8 - Foot­ballers picked up an­other brace of points on their trav­els when they came away from Healy Park in New­cas­tle last will be able to ef­fect a turn­about in the team’s form within this time con­straint.

Un­der-14 foot­ball - In­for­ma­tion on the ex­ploits of these boys on the Gaelic field are some­what sparse so faute de mieux one is happy to re­port that three of their num­ber, Joseph Pren­der­gast, Dar­ragh Rush and James Ni­chol­son were mem­bers of the Grey­stones ath­let­ics team which re­cently won the Le­in­ster 4x100 me­tres re­lay in this age group. Maith sibh a bhuachaillí!

Un­der-12 girls - Thank­fully the cailíní are less in­clined than the boys to hide their light un­der a bushel so the notes are reg­u­larly in­formed of their progress.

On Tuesday these girls trav­elled to Round­wood to play An Tochar. After a very en­joy­able and ex­cit­ing con­test the teams fin­ished level on a score of 3-2 each.

It was 2-1 all at the break. On the night the man­age­ment was pre­sented with a dif­fi­cult lo­gis­ti­cal prob­lem. There were 11 subs and with the game be­ing only 25 min­utes each half it was a mind-wreck­ing ex­er­cise try­ing to en­sure that all the girls got rea­son­able game time.

Un­der-8 boys - On Sun­day some of our Un­der-8 foot­ballers took part in a very en­joy­able blitz in Kil­macud Crokes. They were un­der the stew­ard­ship of Gary Le­hane and Diar­maid O’Boyle. The photos of the oc­ca­sion on the Éire Óg Facebook page show them hav­ing great fun with Sam Maguire.

Ladies foot­ball - The All-Ire­land Lidl League com­prises four di­vi­sions and at the end of the league sea­son an All-Star team is cho­sen in each of these. Wick­low com­pete in Di­vi­sion 4. Comh­gaird­eachas to our own Lorna Fus­cia­rdi who has been nom­i­nated at left-half back in the Di­vi­sion 4 team. She will be pre­sented with her award on Wed­nes­day evening I bPáirc an Cró­caigh. Féile Peil na nÓg is fast ap­proach­ing. The Un­der-14 team and sup­port­ers will be leav­ing for Kerry on Fri­day, June 24. Our host club is Kil­cum­min (near Kil­lar­ney).

Please sup­port our Féile fundrais­ers with a Tesco bag pack on Fri­day/Saturday, June 10 and 11.

And on Fri­day, June 17, in what prom­ises to be a very en­joy­able night in the Glen of The Downs Golf Club, Grammy nom­i­nated and Detroit mu­sic award win­ner Paul J Miles is pro­vid­ing the en­ter­tain­ment where hot food and wine is in­cluded in the ticket price.

See Éire Óg Facebook for ticket de­tails or call Chris at 086 8133965

Last week’s (Mon­day, May 30) win­ning lotto num­bers were 1, 24, 26, and 28. There were no win­ners so the jack­pot for Tuesday, June 8, was a not-to-be-sneezed-at €8,400.

Strictly Come Éire Óg, the club’s major fund-raiser of the year, takes place this Fri­day in Killiney Cas­tle Ho­tel. Last year’s Strictly at the same venue was ac­corded the ac­co­lade of “a great night” by all who at­tended. As a re­sult, tick­ets for Fri­day are very much in de­mand but there may be some avail­able from John at 086-8280261.

The in­ten­sity of their training has been such that the Strictly Grey­stones dancers, to whom we are ex­tremely grate­ful, are all on their sec­ond pair of danc­ing shoes. They are hop­ing that these will last them through to show night on a rapidly ap­proach­ing 10th.

Some straws of hope drifted into the per­spec­tive of the so-called weaker coun­ties, which un­for­tu­nately count Wick­low among their num­ber, with West­meath’s re­cent vic­tory over Kilkenny in the Un­der-21 hurl­ing cham­pi­onship.

Dare one ask if this to­tally unan­tic­i­pated out­come is a her­ald that the old or­der changeth? An oc­cur­rence (with apolo­gies to the black and am­ber ad­her­ents) which in the minds of many of the hurl­ing fra­ter­nity coun­try­wide is de­voutly to be wished.

There was also good news for hurl­ing within the county with Cill Man­táin’s win over Derry in the Christy Ring cham­pi­onship. A vic­tory which means that Wick­low has avoided the dreaded drop to the Nicky Rackard group.

One is happy to re­port that a num­ber of Grey­stones hurlers played an im­por­tant part in this suc­cess. Dan O’Neill kept a clean sheet in goal while Stephen Kelly (full-back) and Peter Keane (right half back) were part of a very solid back di­vi­sion. Anto Byrne came on after the break and scored a point.

Not so good news how­ever was the trounc­ing of our se­niors on Sun­day morn­ing at home by Glenealy.

Watch­ing on the side­line as Grey­stones played a poor sec­ond fid­dle all over the field one was prompted to para­phrase the ques­tion put to Cae­sar and in­quire, “Oh! mighty hurlers, how have you slumped so low?”

There are only four weeks to the first round of the SHC so there is a lot of work to be done if we are to be com­pet­i­tive in this com­pe­ti­tion. How­ever, the man­age­ment is op­ti­mistic that it

Lotto - No win­ner of this week’s jack­pot of €3,400. Num­bers drawn were 06, 11, 12, and 24. There were four lucky dips for €25 each - Aoife Canna, Pa­trick O’Ke­effe, Shifter, and Pat Wall. Sell­ers prize for €20: Jimmy Car­roll.

The jack­pot now stands at €3,300. Tick­ets are on sale in The Wagon Wheels, Ja­cob’s, Byrne’s shop.

You can also pur­chase a ticket in Boland’s pub, Hack­et­stown, the Cor­ner House, and Sean Mur­phy’s butch­ers. Thank you for your con­tin­ued sup­port.

Knock­ananna Juvenile club would like to

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