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COOLANEY/MUL­LINABREENA

WE will have a Ta­ble Quiz on Fri­day 17th Novem­ber at 9.30pm, in the Happy Land­ing, Coolaney. The fol­low­ing are the dates for Scor for the com­ing year. Any­one in­ter­ested in tak­ing part should con­tact Eu­gene Henry or any Club Of­fi­cer be­fore 22nd Novem­ber. Scór na bPaistí (Na­tional School): 12th Novem­ber Rath­cor­mac N.S.3pm.Scór na nÓg (U17) County Fi­nal: 26th Novem­ber 2017 in Ballintogher at 3pm Scór na nÓg (U17) Quiz County Fi­nal: 10th De­cem­ber 2017 .Scór na nÓg (U17) Con­nacht Fi­nal: 14th Jan­uary 2018 in Clare­mor­ris.Scór na nÓg (U17) All Ire­land Fi­nal: 17th Fe­bru­ary 2018, in ITSligo. Scór Sin­sir (Over 17) County Fi­nal and Quiz: 3rd March 2018.Scór Sin­sir (Over 17) Con­nacht Fi­nal: 24th March 2018. Scór Sin­sir (Over 17) All Ire­land Fi­nal: 14th April 2018 in IT Sligo. Any­one In­ter­ested in spon­sor­ing a sign in Nace O Dowd park, can con­tact se­cre­tray. coolaney­mul­linabreena.sligo@ gaa.ie there has been very pos­i­tive in­ter­est so far. The A.G.M. will take place on Sun­day 26th Novem­ber at 7pm, in the Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Coolaney.

This year’s Christ­mas Con­cert will take place on Satur­day 16th De­cem­ber at 9pm, in St. Nathy’s Hall.

CALRY/ST JOSEPH’S

PREPA­RA­TIONS are in full flow now for our “Stars in Their Eyes” fundraiser which is tak­ing place on 24th Novem­ber in the Clay­ton Ho­tel. Tick­ets are on sale and can be bought from any com­mit­tee mem­ber, con­tes­tant, or from Davey’s shop Hazel­wood. There is a Star stud­ded line up guar­an­teed with acts from “Sis­ter-act” to the man him­self “Elvis”, mak­ing a re­turn for one night only! A su­per nights en­ter­tain­ment is promised go get your tick­ets early and don’t be dis­ap­pointed. Some ex­cel­lent fundrais­ing has al­ready taken place in the form of Cake sales and quizzes. A 5k “Fam­ily Fun Run” will take place from the Club­house on Satur­day morn­ing next while “Fam­ily Bingo” makes a re­turn to the Mercy on Satur­day night at 7.30pm. Our very own “Op­er­a­tion Trans­for­ma­tion” will be mak­ing a re­turn in the New Year so keep a look-out for de­tails which will be posted shortly. This was a hugely suc­cess­ful event last year which we hope to make even big­ger and bet­ter this year! The Der­mot Mol­loy Hurl­ing League Fi­nal had to be called off at the week­end due to an un­playable pitch. We had a fan­tas­tic turnout for our Bord na nÖg awards night on Sun­day evening in The Vil­lage Inn Cartron. All of our prizewin­ning teams were pre­sented with their medals by County Star Dar­ragh Cum­mins. The young hurlers were also re­warded for their years work by the Se­nior team who were there with their Cham­pi­onship tro­phy on dis­play! We ex­tend our deep­est con­do­lences to Tom Gallen and fam­ily on the re­cent pass­ing of Tom’s sis­ter Mamie McGowan. Go ndean­faidh Dia Tro­caire ar a Anam Ua­sail.

OWENMORE GAELS

LADIES Fi­nal FULL time in Con­nolly Park Ladies Divi­sion 3 League Fi­nal Owenmore Gaels 2-06 Curry 2-10. Heart­break for the girls, in a great game of foot­ball the girls just fell short af­ter a strong sec­ond half from Curry. Well done to the girls who put in a mas­sive ef­fort all year. And thanks to all who came out and sup­ported them. Keep an eye on our face­book page for match re­port.

Hard luck to the Sligo Mas­ter who lost out to Mayo in the All-Ire­land Fi­nal last Satur­day on a score­line of 1-10 to 0-9. Es­pe­cially to our own club mem­bers Gerry Dooner and Gary Mullen who done the club proud. Well done on get­ting to the fi­nal, there is al­ways next year!

Scór na nÓg: As the com­pe­ti­tions wind down on the field in the county, at­ten­tion is now turn­ing to GAA mat­ters off the pitch. This is a spe­cial Win­ter sea­son for Sligo GAA and it’s Scór Com­mit­tee as we host the All Ire­land Fi­nals at both Scór Sin­sir and Scór na nÓg lev­els. Clubs are asked to make an ex­tra spe­cial ef­fort to get in­volved as we aim to have some home grown tal­ent take to the stage of IT Sligo come Spring 2018. For the first time ever Scór na bPais­taí is be­ing run for Pri­mary School chil­dren in Oc­to­ber in a bid to fos­ter a re­la­tion­ship with the as­so­ci­a­tion and Scór. Any­one in­ter­ested in mu­sic, song, dance or drama should con­tact Keith Henry 086-3357182 or Cather­ine Gal­lagher 087-6494568, any Scór Com­mit­tee mem­ber or their club for more in­for­ma­tion.

The club would like to ex­tend its deep­est sym­pa­thies to the fam­ily of Mark Tem­ple­ton who passed away last week. May he rest in peace.

The club is hold­ing its AGM Sun­day 26th Novem­ber at 3pm in the club house. All mem­bers are en­cour­aged to at­tend. A huge thanks to all who sup­ported the club in the re­cent be­hind the ball GAA pro­mo­tion ran by Whiteside’s Su­per­valu Bal­liso­dare who this week pre­sented us with 50 kids foot­ball’s. Rep­re­sent­ing the club at the pre­sen­ta­tion we had Claire Cash­man, Jan­ice Do­herty, Jude Man­nion, Mark An­der­son, John Egan, Ce­cil Whiteside, Adam Man­nion Emily Man­nion Lo­gan Do­herty Kee­gan Do­herty, Leon Egan & Lau­ren McDer­mot.

The Lotto draw took place in Cullen’s on Mon­day 30th Oc­to­ber 2017. The num­bers drawn were 13, 18, 20 & 30.

There was no win­ner of the €7,700 Jack­pot. Con­grats to our ‘Lucky Dip’ win­ners Kay Lavin, Kath­leen Wat­ters, Heather Craig, and our ‘On­line Lucky Dip’ win­ner Maria Collery who get €30 each. Thanks to ev­ery­one who bought tick­ets and con­tin­ues to sup­port the club. As there was no Jack­pot Win­ner this week, the Jack­pot rolls over to €7,800. The next draw will take place in The Owenmore Inn on Mon­day 13th Novem­ber.

EAST­ERN HARPS

DUE to a very hec­tic fix­ture sched­ule over the last while which shows no sign of abat­ing, as we have an U16 Co Fi­nal, an U21 Co fi­nal and a Con­nacht Girls Mi­nor Semi Fi­nal on the hori­zon we have pushed out the last draw in the Buy a Block for one month. We hope you all un­der­stand this as we need to give one fi­nal push to this Fundraiser. With a hugely suc­cess­ful year draw­ing to a close we urge you all to sup­port our draw. Tick­ets still avail­able from play­ers, com­mit­tee mem­bers or on our web­site. In the fi­nal draw we will be giv­ing out €4,000 in prizes. There is no dates yet for our U16 and U21 fi­nals so please check our Face­book and web­site for up­dates. The Club will be hold­ing their A.G.M on Novem­ber 26th in Gur­teen Hall at 6pm. This Fri­day night Bingo in as­so­ci­a­tion with East­ern Harps con­tin­ues as usual in Gur­teen Hall at 8.30pm. The jack­pot has now reached €2,400 in 49 calls or less with the lotto jack­pot 1 at €400. Thanks to all who help out on Fri­day nights and to those who sup­port this bingo.

CLOONA­COOL

CLOONA­COOL/TUB­BER­CURRY U/16 team will now play Easkey/ En­nis­crone/Kill­glass in the Shield fi­nal on Sun­day 19th Novem­ber next at 2pm away in St. Bren­dans Park. We wish all the play­ers and man­age­ment the best of luck on the day.

Com­mis­er­a­tions to neigh­bours Tourlestrane who went down to Mayo chamipons Castle­bar/ Mitchels away on Sun­day last at MacHale Park in the Con­nacht club cham­pi­onship semi-fi­nal.

At the re­cent club meet­ing great em­pha­sis was put on the up-com­ing se­nior and ju­nior Scór com­pe­ti­tions tak­ing place in the com­ing weeks and months. All those wish­ing to rep­re­sent the club at Scór should con­tact any club of­fi­cer as soon as pos­si­ble, or get in touch with club sec­re­tary Fer­gus Leonard or chair­man Bill Carty.

Plans are be­ing put in place for a big fundrais­ing event in the early months of the new year, more in­for­ma­tion will be avail­able when it comes to hand.

Con­grat­u­la­tions are ex­tended to Louise Brett Car­rowreagh Knox and Brian Cur­ran Tub­ber­curry who cel­e­brated their wed­ding in re­cent weeks.

Sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to the fam­ily, rel­a­tives and friends of the late Frances Camp­bell nee O’Don­nell Drumshanbo, and for­merly of Ra­goora, Cloona­cool, who went to her eter­nal re­ward last week­end. May she rest in peace.

TOURLESTRANE

IN the sun­shine of Castle­bar on Sun­day af­ter­noon our Con­nacht dreams came to an abrupt end And the out­come in MacHale park was not the re­sult that we wanted and had worked so hard for, but there can be but one win­ner and to­day that team was Castle­bar Mitchels.

In foot­ball some­times you lose and there is noth­ing to do but ad­mit it. It’s all part of the game.

At the half time whis­tle it looked like we could have had the game as eas­ily as not with both teams level at 7 points each but Tourlestrane should have cap­i­talised on hav­ing won the toss and play­ing with the breeze in the first half but af­ter re­turn­ing to the field Tourlestrane looked busy for the open­ing few min­utes of the sec­ond half, it was then the stronger more ex­pe­ri­enced Castle­bar Mitchels pulled away and took some fine scores leav­ing our lads with too much to do and at the fi­nal whis­tle the hope of the Con­nacht fi­nal was over for this year for us. We wish Castle­bar Mitchels the best of luck in their fi­nal v Co­rofin.

That does not take away from a great year for Eamonn Gerry Michael and a mighty group of lads who have won the two in a row and have given the sup­port­ers many an ex­cit­ing day out all sea­son!

SHAM­ROCK GAELS

THE week has fi­nally ar­rived with our ma­jor fundraiser ‘Strictly Come Danc­ing’ tak­ing place this Fri­day 17th Novem­ber in the Clay­ton Ho­tel, Sligo. The dancers have put in a tremen­dous ef­fort over the last cou­ple of months train­ing and fundrais­ing. Tick­ets for the event at €10 are still avail­able - to se­cure yours con­tact any dancer or mem­ber of the com­mit­tee be­fore it is too late as tick­ets are limited. The event gets un­der­way at 8.30PM so get there early to sup­port your favourite act.

The U21 team over­came Drum­cliffe/Rosses Point in the semi-fi­nal of the B Cham­pi­onship in dif­fi­cult con­di­tions last Satur­day on a score­line of 1-6 to 2-16. The team was: Daniel Lyons, Ben Tuohy, Evan Lyons, Alan Kelly, Karl McKenna (0-1), Andy Flynn (0-1), Enda O’Con­nell, Michael Kilkenny (0-1), Daire Kearns (0-1), Dar­ragh Hail­stones (1-7), Luke Flynn, Shane Deignan (0-3), Cian McDermott (1-1). Subs: Sea­mus Hail­stones for S Deignan, James Car­roll (0-1) for B Tuohy, Mark Kearns for L Flynn, Marc Kee­gan for C McDermott, Pa­trick Ben­son for A Kelly. They now take on East­ern Harps in the fi­nal - date and venue to be con­firmed.

En­tries are now been sought for Scór na nOg 2017. This is an U17 event with cat­e­gories in mu­sic group, fig­ure danc­ing, set danc­ing, solo singing, bal­lad singing and nov­elty act on Sun­day 26th Novem­ber at 3pm in Ballintogher Hall. The Ques­tion Time takes place on 10th De­cem­ber. Any­one in­ter­ested in tak­ing part should con­tact Yvonne Do­herty or Michelle McMor­row.

There was no win­ner of the lotto draw last week­end with the num­bers drawn 9, 14, 24 and 27. The jack­pot now stands at €2,400 with the next draw in McDer­motts, Castle­bald­win next Satur­day 18th.

The club wish to ex­press sym­pa­thy with the fam­ily and rel­a­tives of Mark Tem­ple­ton White, Bal­ly­gaw­ley, who passed away last week.

EN­NIS­CRONE/KIL­GLASS

U-21

THE En­nis­crone-Kil­glass/Easkey U-21 team play Tourlestrane in the semi-fi­nals of the A Cham­pi­onship next Satur­day at 2.30pm in Tourlestrane. Best of luck to all the play­ers and man­age­ment. Please sup­port.

U-16

THE U-16 En­nis­crone-Kil­glass/ Easkey team play Tub­ber­curry/ Cloona­cool in the A1 Cham­pi­onship fi­nal next Sun­day af­ter­noon at 2pm in Castle­con­nor. Good luck to all the play­ers and man­age­ment. Please sup­port. COUNTY Scene COM­MIS­ER­A­TIONS to Declan, Michael, Con and the Sligo Masters on their 1-10 to 0-9 loss to Mayo in the All-Ire­land Masters fi­nal last Satur­day. Com­mis­er­a­tions also to Gavin Duffy and the Sligo U-16s on their Fr Man­ning Cup de­feat to Of­faly.

BLOTTO

THE blotto jack­pot is now at its high­est ever fig­ure, now €13000. It con­tin­ues ev­ery Satur­day night – make sure you’re in the draw. If you’re not in, you can’t win!

ST MO­LAISE GAELS

UN­FOR­TU­NATELY a wa­ter­logged pitch at Scar­den last Wed­nes­day night saw the post­pone­ment of our U16 Boys ea­gerly an­tic­i­pated A Cham­pi­onship fi­nal clash against East­ern Harps. At the time of go­ing to press no date has been been set for the fix­ture.

Our next Club Lotto Draw takes place on Mon­day Novem­ber 27th at 8.30pm. Thank You to ev­ery­one for their con­tin­ued sup­port for the Lotto.

Thank you to ev­ery­one who sup­ported our Win­ter Warmer Fundrais­ing Draw. 1st Prize 500 fuel voucher win­ner was Denise Lowe Breaghwy, 2nd Prize a 200 voucher went to Diar­muid Burns Clif­foney and 3rd Prize a 100 euro voucher went to Evan Lene­han. Maugh­erow. Also last week our Sports Pre­dic­tion Quiz Win­ners for 2017 were an­nounced. Damian Car­roll Grange won the top prize of 500 euro, Tommy Kennedy Breaghwy was run­ner up and picked up 200 euro while Niall McLough­lin and Pat Gal­lagher won the 3rd prize of 100 eu­ros. Thanks again to all who sup­ported this fundraiser and to our se­nior play­ers who or­gan­ised the event and in par­tic­u­lar to Peter Wil­son who ad­min­is­tered the com­pe­ti­tion so well.

Our Bord na nOg AGM takes place this Thurs­day next Club night Novem­ber 16th at 9.00pm sharp. All Coaches and any­one in­ter­ested in play­ing a role in the Club is in­vited to at­tend.

Dates for Scor na nOg Com­pe­ti­tions are as fol­lows: Scor na nOg (U17) Sun­day Novem­ber 26th in Ballintogher and Quiz Com­pe­ti­tion De­cem­ber 10th. Club con­tact is Tom Haran 087-6344970.

ST FAR­NAN’S

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Easkey/ St. Far­nan’s Mi­nor hurlers on a ter­rific win over Tourlestrane/ Curry in the county mi­nor hurl­ing Cup fi­nal on Satur­day last in Tourlestrane. The fi­nal score was Easkey/ St. Far­nan’s 4-0, Tourlestrane/ Curry 1-6.S t. Far­nan’s play­ers on the team were James Weir, Donall Han­ley, Shane Mol­loy, Sean Hal­li­nan, Kevin Mc Gee, Thomas Caw­ley and Gavin Con­nolly. Well done to all in­volved and to team man­ager Padraig Hal­li­nan.

Hard luck to Der­mot Browne, Gar­rett Mul­laney and Sligo Masters on the de­feat to Mayo in the All Ire­land Fi­nal on Satur­day last.

Sligo Scór na nÓg fi­nal will take place on Sun­day, Novem­ber 26th in Ballintogher Hall. The club needs rep­re­sen­ta­tives to com­pete. Thanks to Ce­oltóirí Tir­eragh we have an in­stru­men­tal mu­sic group . We also need solo singers, recita­tion com­peti­tors and oth­ers to rep­re­sent the club.Please con­tact Frances (087)9860314.

OWENMORE GAELS

THE club is run­ning their only fundraiser at the mo­ment. All house­holds in the area would have re­ceived Na­tional Club Draw tick­ets over the last few days. The club are ask­ing for ev­ery­one’s sup­port in this ven­ture as all money raised from it stay in the club and will help fin­ish the de­vel­op­ment work on the new pitch which at the mo­ment is 95% fin­ished. This de­vel­op­ment will be a great as­set to the area when com­pleted. So please sell as many tick­ets as pos­si­ble for

Calry/St Joseph’s U16 team, the re­cent Cham­pi­onship win­ners de­feat­ing Coolaney/Mul­linabreena by a score of 6-8 to 4-8.

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