Smith Monumentals IFC – The Annaduff lads faced Ballinaglera in the Q/final on Saturday last in Ballinamore. The pressure was on for our lads to get a good start, to which the lads did deliver.
With our side getting 1:04 inside the first 7 min with points from Kenny Cox and Sean Mc Nabola and a goal from Sean Duignan after a well-worked move up the field and a super pass from Kenny. But as always Ballinaglera were always going to come strong and they did shoot some lovely points in the first half to bring the sides level by the 23rd min at 1:6 to 0:9 Ballinaglera. Ronan McCormack getting the last score of the half to leave the Annaduff men 1 up at the break.
The second half started with 2 converted frees from Sean McNabola and Sean Duignan followed up by another super worked goal finished by Alan Glancy palming it into the Ballinaglera net. In the 48min Annaduff were reduced to 14 men following a straight red for Keith. But Ballinaglera failed to make any impact with the extra man. Themselves reduced to 14 men in the 56min but by then the game was as good as put to bed. Full-time score Annaduff 2:15 Ballinaglera 0:14. now we march onto the Semi-Finals where we face Eslin.
Team: Darragh Burke, Chris Farrell, Hugh Moylan (0-1), Dean Gill, Mattie Cox, Dillon Keane, Jimmy Cox, David Duignan (0-1), Ronan McCormack (0-1), Eoin Gill, Sean McNabola (0-5)(3f), Conor Reynolds, Sean Duignan (1-3)(1f), Kenny Cox (0-4), Alan Glancy (1-0).
Subs: Keith Duignan for Jimmy (HT), James Cox for Chris (57min), Frank McNabola for Alan (58min),
Gavin O Brien for Sean Mc (60min) and Donal McNabola for Kenny (62min).

Westlink Coaches U15s Championship – 
Our U15 boys were home to Melvin Gaels on Friday (14th). With a couple of lads missing from injuries, our lads did struggle but none the less kept trying to leave a Full-time score Annaduff 4-03 Melvin Gaels 5-11.
Team: Liam McNamee, Cian Dockery, Declan Gill, Eoghan Ridge, Niall Quigley, Craig McGuinness, Daniel Bosquette, Cormack Kane, Daniel Lyons, Ultan Kelly, Adam Maxwell, Darren Cox and Shane Faughnan.
Sub: Ronan McNabola.
We wish Tommie Taylor a speedy recovery following an injury at training earlier in the week.

Pieta House Presentation – Annaduff GAA presented a cheque for €6,260 to Pieta House on Thursday evening last. This money was raised in the parish through the Annaduff Family Fun Day. In the past five years, the club has raised over €35,000 for worthy charities. Well done to everyone who has supported and contributed.

U13s on tour – Our U13s team headed to Drumshanbo on Saturday last to the Blueway Waterpark. A great day was had by all, thanks to our Coaching officer Ronan Mooney for organising the trip.

Sympathy: Annaduff Gaa wish to pass on our sympathy’s to the Gill family, Headford, Drumsna on the recent death of Catherine`s sister Mary O Keeffe, Knocknadiha, Tournfulla, Co Limerick.  May her gentle soul rest in peace.

Lotto: With the Jackpot won in the last draw. Next draw will be in McLoughlins, Drumsna on next Sunday the 23rd of September where the jackpot will be €1000.
Please get your tickets in and as always Thank you for your continued support!!!!.

Fixtures:
U15s round 2 Championship away to Gortletteragh on Monday (17th) at 6:30pm.
U15s round 4 Championship away to Ballinamore (SOH) on Friday (21st) at 6:30pm.