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HUN­TER­STOWN ROVERS

CONGRATS to our sec­ond team who won the Ju­nior B Champin­ship at the week­end against Sean O’Ma­ho­nys.

Congrats to our U12 and U14 girls on winning the U12 and U14 B Cham­pi­onships.

Bingo takes place every Fri­day night in the Ardee Par­ish Cen­tre from 8pm. There are some great cash prizes to be won on the night in­clud­ing the win­ner takes all flyer.

Lotto num­bers from Sun­day 30th Septem­ber were 1, 2, 4, 20. There was no jack­pot win­ner. Next weeks Lotto jack­pot is €10,000. Five €20 win­ners were; Christina Car­roll, Marie Mur­phy, Detta Mc­Cart­ney, Gerry Rae­burn and Martin Len­non. Lotto tick­ets can be bought from any com­mit­teemem­ber, Hun­ter­stown Rovers Bingo or from the Hun­ter­stown Inn.

NAOMH MONINNE

TRAINING for all ju­ve­niles con­tin­ues on Satur­day af­ter­noon at the Fair­green from 2pm to 3pm with the usual €2 con­tri­bu­tion still ap­ply­ing.

In the U16 Hurl­ing Cham­pi­onship Fi­nal this Thurs­day night Oc­to­ber 11 Moninne will take on the St Kevin’s/Mat­tock com­bi­na­tion at the Kilk­erly Em­mets pitch at 8pm.

The clubs an­nual golf out­ing took place at Dun­dalk GC last Satur­day with 65 golfers tak­ing part. The com­pe­ti­tion was won by se­nior team player Johnny Carter with 44 points. Win­ner of near­est the pin was Cri­ona O Reilly and the long­est drive was won by Jamie Duffy.

The club would like to ac­knowl­edge the ef­forts of Paula McGuin­ness and Mar­garet Dig­nan Maloney in par­tic­u­lar who ran the Pop Up Shop at the Long Walk Shop­ping Cen­tre last week. Thanks also to ev­ery­one who do­nated to the shop and con­trib­uted fi­nan­cially.

The an­nual Chil­dren’s Pump­kin Carv­ing Party will take place at the Dow­dall­shill func­tion room on Satur­day 20th Oc­to­ber from 12.30pm to 2pm. Cost per child is €5 and must be pre booked with Caro­line Whyte 0876475093.

The club would like to thank ev­ery­one who con­tinue to con­trib­ute fi­nan­cially to the cur­rent pitch de­vel­op­ment at Toberona through the Field Hero’s ac­count.

Mem­ber­ship is still be­ing col­lected at the fol­low­ing rates - adult player €50, non player/stu­dent €25, ju­ve­nile, €15 and fam­ily €50.

KILKERLEY EM­METS

THE U13 Kilkerley Naomh Malachi boys put in a good show against Naomh Fionnbarra in their league semi - fi­nal but lost out 2-9 to 1-9. Team: Rob­bie Con­lon, Sean McAr­dle, An­drew Thorn­ton, Matthew Camp­bell, Ryan McEneaney, Ro­nan Deery, An­drew Be­g­ley, Dean Murtagh capt, Fionn Con­nolly, Michael Kirby, Jerry Mc­Fad­den, Dar­ragh Con­lon, Tom Clarke, Oran McMa­hon, Conor McG­lynn, Cor­mac Mal­lon.

The U12 Girls put in a great per­for­mance in the cham­pi­onship semi fi­nal but still went down to Hun­ter­stown.

Kilkerley Em­mets Cairde Chill Choirle will launch soon so by join­ing up you can be­come a Cara to Kilkerley Em­mets GFC.

NAOMH FIONNBARRA

THERE was no jack­pot win­ner in the Naomh Fionnbarra GFC and St. Anne’s Camo­gie Club lotto draw held on Wed­nes­day last. The num­bers were 1, 10, 11 & 26 and there were three match-three win­ners - Brid­ian McQuil­lan, The Dales, Clogher­head; Martin McQuil­lan, The Dales, Clogher­head; and Ge­orge Rogers, Charleville, Dun­leer who won €50 each. This week’s jack­pot stays at €10,000.

Our U-13 boys are play­ing in the league fi­nal this Tues­day in Darver at 8. Please come out and sup­port the lads. C’mon the Barrs!

Hard luck to the Naomh Fionnbarra/Lannleire mi­nor team who were beaten in the Mi­nor B Cham­pi­onship Fi­nal on a score­line of 3-15 to 0-20 by St Joseph’s on Satur­day.

In what was an in­cred­i­bly fast­paced, high-qual­ity and ex­cit­ing game, St Joseph’s came out on top by four points.

Good luck to the lads who have fin­ished now in the Mi­nor grade and thank you for all your ef­forts.

Naomh Fionnbarra GFC and St Anne’s Camo­gie Club are host­ing a Lip Sync bat­tle fund-rais­ing event on Satur­day De­cem­ber 29th at the Ci­tyNorth Ho­tel which prom­ises to be the event of the year.

The main spon­sor for the event - Con­nect Credit Union - is now on board and please sup­port this event what­ever way you can.

Sup­port­ers of the club can buy club gear di­rectly from the O’Neills web­site. There are some new items avail­able on­line.

The club would like to ex­press our deep­est sym­pa­thy to the fam­i­lies of Ann Carter, Farm Road, An­na­gas­san; Ai­dan McEvoy, Drum­con­rath; and Elizabeth Gaffney, Dun­leer who passed away re­cently. May they Rest In Peace.

NEW­TOWN BLUES

A SPE­CIAL note of thanks to Drogheda Bul­lets Bas­ket­ball Club who took our un­der­age play­ers for four weeks as part of Bas­ket­ball Ire­land’s GAA/Bas­ket­ball Cross­over Pro­gramme.

This gave our Gaelic play­ers a chance to learn the ba­sic skills in­volved in bas­ket­ball and see how they will fur­ther en­hanc­ing their Gaelic skills.

The min­i­mal over­lap be­tween the play­ing sea­sons means that bas­ket­ball of­fers an op­por­tu­nity toplay a fun and skill­ful sport through the win­ter. We hope that many of the chil­dren fol­low on to play with the Bul­let and Sparks clubs and the Long­shots Academy over the win­ter months.

Our off-sea­son Pella Astro ses­sions start this Wed­nes­day at 6pm on the St Joe­sph’s Se­condary School Astro pitch (be­hind the gym) for six weeks. Ses­sions cost €3 per child for all boys and girls.

Times are 6-6.45pm (7-9yrs) and 6.45-7.30pm (10-12yrs).

We hope to see you all there to keep you busy over the win­ter months.

We will run a two-day GAA Hal­lowe’en Camp on Tues­day Oc­to­ber 30th and Wed­nes­day 31st from 10am to 2pm for all boys and girls aged six to 13. The cost is €20 per child for the two days.

Lotto num­bers drawn last Tues­day were 1, 3, 5, 20, the €25 win­ners were B Tormey. John Dono­hoe, Jim Kelly, Brian Reynolds and Claire Kelly and the jack­pot this week stands at €5,300.

Fix­tures: Thurs - U-15 boys v St Joe­sph’s, 6.30pm away; Sun - Mi­nor Girls Cham­pi­onship, New­town Blues v O Raghal­laigh’s, 11am away in Gaelic Grounds.

New­town Blues would like to ex­tend its sym­pa­thies to the fam­ily and friends of the Smith fam­ily. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a Anam.

The Se­nior men’s cham­pi­onship fi­nal will be on Sun­day Oc­to­ber 21st.

OLIVER PLUNKETTS

THE un­der­age teams con­tinue to per­form well in their re­spec­tive com­pe­ti­tions and well done to all con­cerned. The un­der 13s are in their fi­nal this week and we wish them suc­cess. Our un­der 16 girls reached their fi­nal last week but were beaten nar­rowly. You did us proud girls.

The club are or­gan­is­ing a SafeTalk ses­sion early Novem­ber= ac­tual date to be con­firmed. It is di­rected at all mem­bers but team men­tors and club Of­fi­cers in par­tic­u­lar and it will as­sist us in recog­nis­ing the dif­fi­cul­ties that sur­round us in deal­ing with prob­lem­atic is­sues that con­front mem­bers and it will help us to deal with them in a prac­ti­cal way. Mem­bers are en­cour­aged to par­tic­i­pate as well­be­ing is a con­cern for ev­ery­one.

The Lotto jack­pot was not won and now stands at €6,500. The num­bers drawn were 2 , 14, 16 and 20. The five €20 quick-pick win­ners Thomas Garry, Peter and Áine Ma­her, Vi­vian Henry, Kevin Keogh and Brenda Gille­spie. Lotto can be played by pur­chas­ing en­ve­lope or on­line.

ST BRIDE’S

LAST week’s lotto num­bers were 9, 20, 24, 25. The jack­pot wasn’t won and rises to €3,000. Tick­ets on sale (€2) from Mac Namee’s Bar, Mc Guin­ness’s Bar Dun­dalk, Mc Ke­own’s Bar Dun­dalk, Gio­vanni’s Chip­per, To­day Knock­bridge, Cluskey’s Bar, Fin­negan’s Food­store Louth, Har­rys Bar Dun­dalk, Cop­per Ket­tle Dun­dalk, any Com­mit­tee Mem­ber/Player or play on­line at www.stbrides­gfc.com.

ST JOSEPH’S

LAST week’s lotto jack­pot of €3,800 wasn’t won. The num­bers drawn were 3, 19, 22, 32. The €50 win­ners were: Alan McKenna c/o Self, Stephen Carolan c/o Áine Neary, Ea­monn Gal­lagher c/o Self.

ST NI­CHOLAS

OUR ‘Field of Dreams’ Car Raf­fle is now up and run­ning. Tick­ets can be bought on­line at StNi­cholasGFC.com, from a com­mit­tee mem­bers or at lo­ca­tions about the town. This is your chance to own a new 191 Fiat 500x for just €20. Check the web­site for all the other great prizes.

Num­bers drawn in last week’s lotto were 2, 5, 6, 26, the five €30 win­ners were Blanaid Byrne (c/o Thatch), Gino (c/o Thatch, Pat); Bernard Everett and ASP Hack­ett (both c/o Nicks) and A Kir­wan (Balls­grove). This week’s jack­pot stands at €2,900.

Please con­tinue to sup­port our lotto which can be pur­chased at Cen­tras in Balls­grove and the Rath­mullen Road each Satur­day from 9am un­til 1pm. You can also pur­chase a ticket for our raf­fle there. Keep an eye out for a closer look at the Fiat 500x which will be at both these lo­ca­tions.

Keep an eye on our Face­book and web­site for more info.

ST PA­TRICK’S

THERE was no win­ner of the lotto jack­pot of €5,600 when the draw took place in the com­plex on Thurs­day the 4th of Oc­to­ber last. The num­bers drawn were 2, 6, 16 and 23. There were no match 3 win­ners. 5 lucky dip win­ners were John and Mary Goss. Rachel and James McCon­non c/o The Lumpers, Jac­que­line Camp­bell c/o Shee­lans shop, Dunne fam­ily c/o Rose McEneaney and Breege Shee­lan c/o Bri­die O Brien. Next weeks jack­pot is €5,800 and tick­ets can be pur­chased from Lo­cal shops com­mit­tee mem­bers and on-line.

St Pa­trick’s Gfc Youth Club con­tin­ues every Fri­day night be­tween 7.30pm and 9pm for chil­dren 6-12 yrs.

SEAN O’MA­HONY’S

OUR sec­ond team went down by three points in the Ju­nior 2B Cham­pi­onship fi­nal to Hun­ter­stown Rovers In Sta­ban­non on Satur­day night. Team and scor­ers: Liam Clarke, Pat O’Brien, Eoin Far­rell, David Durin, Kevin Quinn, Colm Fi­nan, Rob­bie Gal­li­gan, David Crawlwy 0-2(2 Frees), Sean Mur­phy, Alan Carr, Bren­dan Nor­done, Eoin Han­ratty, Liam mcKenny 0-1, Liam Byrne, David Dowl­ing 0-4. Subs used: Ciaran Fi­nan, Mark White, Conor Mackin, Ciaran Jami­son, Paul Mur­ray.

On Satur­day night in Clarke’s the Sean O’Ma­hony’s GAA Club pre­sented a framed photo of the suc­cess­ful Sean O’Ma­hony’s 1948 team to the only sur­viv­ing mem­ber of that team, a spritely Tom Car­roll, who re­cently turned 90 years old.

The club have de­cided to screen the movie Ho­cus Po­cus, for our Hal­loween movie Night on Oct 29th, the Bank Hol­i­day Mon­day, on the pitch at 6pm. Prizes for kids in best Hal­loween cos­tumes. ADM €5 only, pay on en­try on the night at the gate.

There will be an fit­ting/or­der­ing night this Mon­day night in the dress­ing rooms from 8.00 to 9.00, for any­body who wants to or­der the new Sean O’Ma­hony’s gear. You can or­der any of the in­di­vid­ual gar­ments or or­der the whole pack­age. For pho­tos of the new gear please see our fack­book page. All gear is to be or­dered on Tues­day, so this the last night to place your or­der. Any fur­ther queries, please con­tact Cha­cho through What­sApp/iMes­sage on 083-4709724.

WOLFE TONES

NUM­BERS drawn in last Thurs­day’s lotto were 4, 11, 15, 22 and the three €20 win­ners were Sally Dyas, Irene Tier­nan and Abbie McAr­dle. This week’s jack­pot stands at €2,870.

Our Girls U-12 Cham­pi­onship team fought a hard bat­tle to bring home the shield against a de­ter­mined Roche Em­mets who never gave up - fi­nal score 4-8 to 3-3. It was a great game from start to fin­ish, with the Tones girls putting in a fan­tas­tic dis­play of team­work, grit and de­ter­mi­na­tion. Many thanks to our spon­sors Gerry’s Fresh Foods in Bryanstown.

Race nights al­ways make for en­joy­able and en­ter­tain­ing events. The Pheas­ant, for one night only, will be turned into Drogheda’s very own Cheltenham Race meet as lo­cal train­ers cheer their horses home into the winning pad­dock and pun­ters shout at horses as if English was their na­tive tongue!

Also on the night there will be mu­sic pro­vided from our lo­cal tal­ented DJ Justin Murtagh.

A spot raf­fle will take place on the night, with plenty of prizes to spark peo­ple’s in­ter­est.

As part of the race night we need peo­ple to spon­sor horses. For a mere €10 you can be­come one of the train­ers for the night, but it doesn’t stop there - you also get to name your horse. You can be as cre­ative as you wish. You also get to se­lect your jockey.

Any­one can be a jockey this night, be they aged be­tween one day and 100 years.

Wolfe Tones are launch­ing free in­door training ses­sions over the win­ter, called Skills 4 Girls! These ses­sions are de­signed for girls seek­ing to get in­volved in GAA for the first time and are not cur­rently at­tached to a club.

The ses­sions, for girls aged eight to 11, started last night (Mon­day).

Glen Em­mets, win­ners of the U-18 Drogheda In­de­pen­dent Di­vi­sion 3 fi­nal.

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