Senior Championship – Our Senior Championship campaign continued on Saturday last when we faced Aughnasheelin in Cloone. Bornacoola were much sharper than they had been in their opening encounter with Allen Gaels and led early in the game as they took the game to their opponents and managed some good scores. However, the key score of the game arrived midway through the first half when Aughnasheelin grabbed a well worked goal and that was to prove a decisive cushion throughout the remainder of the game as the Aughnasheelin men went on to record a deserved 1-17 to 0-13 victory. This Saturday we face Glencar/Manorhamilton in Ballinamore at 5pm. Team on Saturday was: Danny Farrell, Jason Conory, Gary Mc Closkey, Conor Mc Cauley, Kevin Mulligan, Anthony Mulligan (0-1), Allan Croghan (0-2), Damian Moran (0-3), Colm Farrell, Cian Mallon, Sean Mc Keon (0-2), Ollie Vaughan (0-1). Philip Howard (0-2), Michael Duignan (0-1) and Ronan Mulligan. Subs used were Brian Conroy and Mervyn Howard (0-1).

Fun & Sports Day 2018 – Our annual fun and sports day takes place on Sunday August 19th at our club grounds in Dromod. The 6k run/walk gets proceedings underway at 12 noon and will be followed by mass and sports events. Sports activities will include underage games, fun races, tug of war, face painting much more, A great days fun and activities are promised for all the people in the parish of all ages and we look forward to seeing you all there.

Minor Championship – Rinn Gaels had a good victory on Monday week last when they overcame Glencar/Manorhamilton on a 3-11 to 1-9 scoreline in the Minor Championship. The team are in a strong position having won 3 out of their 4 games to date.

Ladies Championship – Bornacoola/St Mary’s were back in action on Friday evening last as they took on Fenagh in their second match in the excellent Aughavas facilities. Having won their first match comfortably, this turned out to be a much more competitive affair with the girls eventually prevailing on a 1-10 to 1-5 final scoreline. Despite Sarah Reynolds hitting the back of the net in the very early stages, the Fenagh girls were not to be deterred and served their intent with some fine scores from play throughout the half. Indeed the first half was very evenly matched and a late penalty converted by the Fenagh ladies saw the teams enter the half-time interval on level terms 1-4 each. On the resumption, Bornacoola/St Marys played with renewed determination and greater pace and with the defence holding the opposition to a solitary point over the half hour, they added six points to their total to establish the match-winning margin after a highly competitive and enjoyable championship match played in an excellent spirit by both teams. Well done to the girls on their efforts so far in this championship season which have guaranteed a semi-final place with two group matches still remaining against St. Francis and Mohill later this month. On duty on Friday evening last were: Kathy Butler, Hannah Reynolds, Jasmine Maye, Joanne McGushin, Enya Guckian, Lorraine Guckian (0-1), Emily Reynolds, Alison McKeon, Kasey Bruen (0-1), Sara Crowe, Aisling Leahy (0-4), Rachel McGarry, Sarah Reynolds (1-0), Kelly Howard (0-4), Lisa Guckian, Hannah Farrell, Isabelle Chandler and Ellen Woods.

Spin the Wheel – We launched our “Spin the Wheel” Fundraising event at the Club Draw on Saturday last. It will take place on Sunday night October 28th in The Copper Still; tickets will be on sale shortly and four lucky people will have the chance to Spin the Wheel for the top prize of €1000. One person will be selected at each of the next 3 Club Draws and the 4th person will come from those present on the night. It should be a great night’s entertainment. Sponsorship segments on the big wheel are available at €50 each and the final spin on the night will be for our sponsors only, with the lucky winner receiving a prize of €500. Your support would be greatly appreciated. If you are interested in sponsoring a segment, contact Jonathan on 0877700081

Club Draw – The July Club Draw took place in the Copper Still on Saturday night last – our thanks to all who supported. Winners were €100 Margo Halpin, €20 each to Conor Hackett, Louise Farrell, Jason Conroy, Josephine Mc Gushin and Declan Bohan

RESULTS – Well done to our Seniors who had a comfortable win over Allen Gaels in their second game of the Championship on Saturday evening. The score line finished 3.16 to 3.08.  Unfortunately, both of our U13 teams suffered their first losses of the championship against Mohill on Friday evening.

Hard Luck to our Junior B team who suffered a heavy defeat to Leitrim Gaels on Sunday.


Thursday 09th Aug:  U13 Barna Recycling Championship (15) St. Mary’s V’s Leitrim Gaels at 7pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire

U13 Barna Recycling Championship Reserve  St. Mary’s V’s Leitrim Gaels at 8.15pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire

Saturday 11th August: 2018 Connacht Gold Senior Football Championship: St. Mary’s V’s Aughnasheelin at 5.30pm in Drumshanbo

Sunday 12th August:  2018 Pyramid Bookmakers Junior A Football Championship St. Mary’s V’s Mohill at 1.45pm in Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada

Monday 13th August: John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering U17 Championship Fenagh V’s St. Mary’s at 7.30pm in Fenagh

Best wishes to all teams

INTERMEDIATE LADIES – Bornacoola/St Mary’s were back in action on Friday evening last as they took on Fenagh in their second match in the excellent Aughavas facilities. Having won their first match comfortably, this turned out to be a much more competitive affair with the girls eventually prevailing on a 1-10 to 1-5 final scoreline. Despite Sarah Reynolds hitting the back of the net in the very early stages, the Fenagh girls were not to be deterred and served their intent with some fine scores from play throughout the half. Indeed, the first half was very evenly matched, and a late penalty converted by the Fenagh ladies saw the teams enter the half-time interval on level terms 1-4 each. On the resumption, our girls played with renewed determination and greater pace and with the defence holding the opposition to a solitary point over the half hour, they added six points to their total to establish the match-winning margin after a highly competitive and enjoyable championship match played in an excellent spirit by both teams. Well done to the girls on their efforts so far in this championship season which have guaranteed a semi-final place with two group matches remaining against St. Francis and Mohill later this month. On duty on Friday evening last were: Kathy Butler, Hannah Reynolds, Jasmine Maye, Joanne McGushin, Enya Guckian, Lorraine Guckian (0-1), Emily Reynolds, Alison McKeon, Kasey Bruen (0-1), Sara Crowe, Aisling Leahy (0-4), Rachel McGarry, Sarah Reynolds (1-0), Kelly Howard (0-4), Lisa Guckian, Hannah Farrell, Isabelle Chandler and Ellen Woods.

U12 GIRLS – Well done to our U12 girls’ team and management on retaining their county title on Monday in epic fashion.  Once again, the girls showed their never say die attitude and it paid off in the end, winning by the narrowest of margins.  This group of girls has come such a long way in such a very short space of time.  While each of the girls on the field worked tirelessly credit must also go to their equally dedicated teammates on the sideline who got behind the team from the very start to get them over the line. Hard luck to an excellent Manorhamilton team, we knew it wasn’t going to be easy as the teams couldn’t be separated in the group stages.  The final result was St. Mary’s 1.10, Manorhamilton 2.06.  Wishing Nicole Glancy who broke her wrist in a game last week a speedy recovery.  We hope to see Nicole back on the pitch playing again before too long.

The panel on the day was Emmanuella Olabiyi, Victoria Moore, Emily McGovern (0.01), Chloe Murphy, Kayleigh Earley, Mairead Lowe, Áine Morgan, Keelin Cronin (C), Emily Reynolds, Faith Lynott (0.01), Ellie Butler (1.03), Rebecca O’Neill (0.01), Ruby Lowe (0.01), Sarah Lowe (C) (0.01), Holly Corcoran, Nicole Glancy, Sarah McTiernan, Amber Hickey O’Flynn, Hannah Walsh, Micaela Gallagher (0.02), Hanora Brady, Holly Slevin, Caireann O’Grady, Caoimhe Doran, Chloe Costello, Lauren Deegan, Elodie Maye Gazzonet, Laura Faughnan, Tiffney Hughes, Urwah Imran, Mia Gately, Zara Cronin, Isabel Lowe

Best wishes to our 13 aside team are in action on Thursday evening in the B Shield Semi Final against Borncoola in Bornacoola.   Please see facebook for further details.

LOTTO – Play our Smart Lotto on line by clicking on Tickets cost €2 or you can enter a yearly lotto at a discounted rate of €80 which enters you into 52 draws. The Jackpot currently stands at €10,000.

SUMMER CAMP – Our annual club summer football camp will take place for three days from today Wednesday 08th to Friday 10th August from 10am-2pm in Páirc Naomh Mhuire. The camp is open to everyone from age 5 to 14 years and everyone who attends will receive a pair of St, Mary’s socks and shorts on the final day. We look forward to a great few days of fun and football.

Senior & Junior A Championships – Well done to our Senior and Junior B teams who recorded championship wins at the weekend over neighbours Melvin Gaels and Dromahair.  The seniors pulled away in the last quarter to see off Melvin Gaels 0-15 to 1-8 in Páirc Seán on Saturday while the Juniors were impressive winners over Dromahair 8-10 to 1-9 in Drumkeerin on Sunday.  The Seniors play Round 3 versus Bornacoola this Saturday at 5.30pm in Ballinamore.  Your support as always is appreciated.

Senior & Junior Ladies – Congrats to our Senior Ladies who topped their group with a comfortable 8-16 to 3-6 win over Oughteragh Gaels on Sunday morning last in Leitrim Village.  At halftime the game was very much in the mix as the Manor ladies went in five points ahead playing against the breeze. After halftime and aided by the breeze the Manor girls built on their first half performance to claim a valuable two points. They have now qualified for the Championship semi-final to face Dromahair, who had a comprehensive win on Sunday evening over Aughawillan to qualify for the semi-finals. The semi-finals will be played in two weeks time with Kiltubrid and St Joseph’s taking the other two final four spots.
Hard luck to our Junior ladies side to lost to Annaduff on Sunday morning last. Despite a gallant performance from the side the Annaduff ladies showed superior strength in depth to claim the win.

U12 Girls – Hard luck to our U12 girls side who lost by the narrowest of margins to St Mary’s in the County final on Bank Holiday Monday. Played in front of a good crowd, the Manor ladies started brilliantly to go in at halftime Manor with a 1-04 to 0-3 point lead. Unfortunately, a late scoring spree from St Marys grabbed the win on a final scoreline of Manor 2-06 St Marys 1-10. The girls did themselves proud on the day and throughout the season under the watchful eye of Brendan McLoughlin, Vinnie McMorrow and Grainne Rooney. Thanks to the girls and the management team for all their hard work throughout the campaign.

U8/U10 – Our U8/U10 girls are hosting a tournament this Saturday morning in the Bee Park, Manorhamilton. With six teams confirmed it promises to be a morning full of action for all involved. All support appreciated and if available to lend a hand on the morning with refreshments/general running please contact Bernie McMorrow or Michelle McNulty.

U16 and Minor Ladies – Training continues each Saturday morning at 9am in the Bee Park. Minor ladies have their second league game this Wednesday 8th August away to St Felims in Ballinamore. Throw in 7:30pm. U16 season will be starting soon and players from this year’s U14 panel are encouraged to come along and train with this year’s U16 panel.

Annual Club Camp – Our Annual 3 day Football Camp for boys and girls will take place next Monday 13th – Wednesday 15th August from 10am to 2pm daily in the Bee Park.  €20 per child which includes a gift.  Registration must be completed in advance and is taking place after the weekly Football Academy this Friday evening in the Bee Park at 7.30pm.  For further details contact Dominic Kelly 086 8511410 or Sheila McMorrow 086 3531705.

Annual Clothes Collection Fundraiser – Glencar Manor GAA will hold their annual clothes collection during the month of August.  Dermot McMorrow will be co-ordinating and bags can be dropped to him every Wednesday evening during August at the Bee Park Dressing Rooms between 6-7pm.  Items accepted – clean dry clothes, pairs of shoes, curtains, bed linen and towels, handbags and belts.  Dermot can be contacted on 086 1768533 for further details of for those who need bags collected.

50th Celebration – On the August Bank Holiday weekend in 2019 we will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of our great club. Events will be ran throughout the weekend so do be sure to keep it free in your diaries. We hope it will be a gathering of the many people at home and abroad who down through the years represented, officiated, sponsored and supported Glencar Manor. This is an open invitation to everyone who has or had an association with us from 1969 to the present day. More details to follow.

Academy – Our Club Football Academy takes place every Friday evening in the Bee Park from 6.30 to 7.30pm.

U13 Boys Championship – The boys were defeated by a Dromahair last week.  They return to training this week with no game scheduled.

U15 Boys – Our U15s competed in the Niall Higgins Memorial Tournament in Drumshanbo on Bank Holiday Monday.  Many thanks to the Allen Gaels club for the invite and their hospitality on the day.

U17 Boys Championship – The boys lost their last game to Rinn Gaels and their home game versus Melvin Gaels on Bank Holiday Monday was cancelled due to no referee being available. The game has been re-fixed for next Monday    at 7.30pm.  We wish the lads and their management team the very best of luck and please show your support to them.

U8/U10 Girls – Training continues for the U10 girls on Wednesday evenings 6-7pm. New members welcomed every week.  They will be hosting an U8/U10 Blitz on Saturday 11th August. All clubs are welcome to attend and please contact Bernie McMorrow for further details.

Pitch Bookings – All pitch bookings for the Bee Park and Boggaun are to be made through Patrick McMorrow.  Patrick can be contacted on 0868973339.

Championship Sunday in Ballinamore – There is a lot at stake on Sunday next in Ballinamore when the Senior and Junior teams both take on Allen Gaels in the Senior Championship at 12noon and in the Junior A Championship at 1.45pm. The Seniors would need to get back to winning ways after a disappointing start. This is the Junior team’s first Championship game of 2018. Good Luck to all the players and mentors. A good support is needed to help the lads, so come along to Ballinamore on Sunday.

Fair Day Festival – Last weekend the Club took part in the Fair Day Festival in the village and it proved to be a great success. The Club had a special 50/50 draw, a Mystery Auction, a Mixed Blitz and Ball Run. Thanks to all who organised these events and all who supported them.  Congratulations to Keefe Dolan, Edenville, Kinlough who won the €500 prize in the Ball Run.

50/50 Draw – The winner of last week’s Festival Draw was, John O’Donnell, Moy Road, Kinlough. John won €500. Get your ticket now for this week’s draw.

You can now play 5050 as a Direct Debit or Annual Ticket. Never miss out on buying your weekly ticket again!!! And if you are away from home, you can still support Melvin Gaels!

Development Work Going Well – As can be seen, the work is going well on the Development at the Community Centre and Melvin Park. Funds are needed badly and it will take a lot to complete Phase 1, which is a realignment of the carpark wall and draining and realignment of the playing. It is an exciting and ambitious project which will cost in excess of €200,000 but it is urgently needed.

The support has been very good so far. The fundraising will involve “Make Your Mark on Melvin Park” for €100 which will represent a square of Melvin Park, entry into a draw, prizes 5x €1000, and your name on a commemorative plaque. To get your “Mark on Melvin Park” contact Spar, Kinlough or Pat at 0871787194 or Katherine at 087 287 0086 or go All club members, along with past and present players are asked to support this fundraising venture.

Senior Football Championship Round 2 – We headed to Cloone to play Bornacoola Saturday eve  – game started at a fast pace with Bornacoola getting on the scoreboard with a point from Brian Conroy in the first minute Brendan Mulvey got us off the mark with a good point followed by a point from Barry McWeeney both teams traded points  with Gavin Sammon scoring a good point a good move up the field saw Wayne Gilgunn  score a great goal – think it could be a first for Wayne in Championship football – Gavin Sammon got his 2nd point followed by Ciaran Cullen with 2 points and Brendan Mulvey got our last score before halftime – at halftime it was very close 1 7 to 7 points.  Ben McGirl started for Christy McNulty in 2nd half – Fintan Fitzpatrick had a point from a free in the 1st minute, Fintan also got our next score followed by a great point from Ben McGirl – we had a great chance for a second goal but didnt happen, Fintan was back with another point followed by a good score from Sean McWeeney – Bornacoola got some nice points and stayed in the game we pulled away in the last quarter with good points from Fintan Fitzpatrick, 3 points from Gavin Sammon, and our last scorer  was Damian Gilheaney with a good point he had  replaced Kevin McWeeney and Dean Flanagan came on for Gavin Sammon  – over all this was a good team performance and a well deserved 2 points.

Next Saturday we play St Marys in Drumshanbo at 530 – please along and show your support for all involved.

Connacht Gold Leitrim Senior Championship – It was a hard-fought draw for the senior lads on Saturday in Cloone when they took on our neighbours Drumreilly in the second round of this year’s championship. As was expected Drumreilly were a stern test and led by 1 point at half time with the score 0:07 to 1:05. The second half started well for Drumreilly with the adding a couple of quick points to give them a three-point lead, the lads rallied and after 10 minutes the sides were level. Both team continued to trade points before Drumreilly scored an important goal to lead by three with 14 mins of the second half gone. It was nip and tuck for the rest of the game with the lads levelling and then taking the lead only for Drumreilly to level near the end, with the final score 1:12 to 2:09. The result leaves the lads on second in the group on 3 points level with Drumreilly and one point behind Mohill, the next match is on Saturday in Pairc Sean against Dromahair at 1730

Smiths Monuments Intermediate Championship – The second round of the intermediate championship took place on Sunday and this time the lads were up against Kiltubrid who proved to be very strong team winning the match with a score of 3-22 to 0-10. Next up for the lads is a match against Carrigallen in Cloone on Sunday at 12:00, your support for these great lads would be appreciated.

Ballinamore Hurling – Well done to our young hurlers who were in action in the Tain u13 final against a very good Warronpoint team. It was a tough match for the lads who eventually lost to this very experienced team, the lads never gave up and fought to the bitter end and showed how far they have progressed over the last year and it was fitting that Kian McGovern received the man of the match award at the end.

The tournament was a massive success which gave the lads some very competitive games and they picked up some excellent skills in these last few months.

A huge thanks to their great management team of Niall Connelly and Paddy O’Connor for their dedication to these young hurlers.

Well done to all the organisers of the Tain Og league for putting Hurling on the map in the weaker counties and encouraging all players of all abilities to play our national game.

Under 12 Girls Championship Final – Well done to our u12 girls who were in action on Sunday in the Championship final against St Bridget’s in Pairc Sean. The girls put in an excellent performance and were just beaten on the day by a very strong team. The final score was 1:07 to 0:14 with St Bridget’s goalie denying a couple of goal scoring chances at the end. All credit to the girls for their performance and hopefully they will not be to disheartened as I am sure there will be plenty more finals for them in the future. Special thanks also to the management team of Adrian Murphy, Mollie Murphy and Katie Duignan for all their hard work and support for the girls

Team: Lily Reynolds, Aoife Donohoe, Aoibhinn Keegan, Ellen McTeague, Ella Van Der Laan, Emma McKiernan, Lucy Murphy, Aishling Maguire, Romy Mcallister, Dearphla O’Connell, Katie Beirne, Nicole Kellett, Thiana Regan, Sinead Martin and Niamh Christy

Stewards – The club needs stewards in the Park for championship games on Sat eve/Sun morn over the next few weeks. If you can help out in any way, please text Alan Banks on 086 8201001

Nursery and U9 – Due to the Festival the next training session will not be on till the 20th of August. – fear not we will be having some skills evenings Monday to Friday of the festival in St Felims from 1700 till 1900 and the festival blitz will be on the 18th at 16:00 with medals and refreshments etc. all welcome to these events

Club Lotto Monday 06.08.2018

Numbers Drawn 6 1 5 4 0 2 7 3

Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir den Lotto ar Dé Luan seo caite. Duaiseanna do dhaoine a bhí i láthair ar an oíche:

House Draw €40: P S Mac Lochlann

Kindly sponsored: Gerry Mahon

Spot Prizes: Tom Burns & Paddy Mc Gourty.

€40 each:. Spot Prizes: Tom Burns & Paddy Mc Gourty.

Next week’s draw takes place in @Priors with a jackpot of €4900

Smith Monumentals Leitrim Intermediate Championship – the lads made it two wins from two with victory over Cloone on Saturday last. Final score was Fenagh St Caillins 0.18, Cloone 3.04. The next game is in Cloone at 7pm on Saturday next and the opposition is Aughavas. Best of luck.

Pyramid Bookmakers Junior B Championship – our second team began their campaign on Sunday evening last and came out on top after a tough encounter with Aughawillan on a scoreline of 3.05 to 0.13. Well done to them and a special mention to Killian McLoughlin who returned to Junior football after a gap of 35 years!

John McCartin Newtowngore Engineering u17 Championship – on Monday last the team were defeated by St Joseph’s by 4.15 to 0.14. On Monday next 13 August they play St Mary’s in Pairc Sean O’Laodain at 7.30pm.

Barna Recycling u13 Championship – Fenagh were defeated by St Brigid’s on Friday evening last on a scoreline of Fenagh St Caillins 1.08, St Brigids 4.15. This Thursday 9th August they travel to play Drumkeeran with throw in at 7.30pm.

Annual Cycle – on Saturday 18th August this year Fenagh St Caillins are holding our annual cycle. This years event will commence and finish in Fenagh with two route options, 100km and 50km. Further details are available from event coordinator Jimmy Gilheaney. Sincere thank you to Majella Hunt and family of Quinn’s Bar, Fenagh who are the main sponsor for this years cycle.

Lotto – the results of our most recent lotto draw are. The jackpot was €2700. Numbers drawn were 1 6 3 4 5 7 8 2. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners on the night were – Padraic Guckian, Sean & Bridgie Smith and Francie Prior. Yearly ticket holder winner of €20 was Laura Reynolds. Thank you for your continuing support.

Park Development Update – Everyone with an interest in the future Development of Kiltubrid GAA Park is encouraged to attend a Meeting next Saturday 11th August at 9pm in the Club Rooms.  An update from the Park Committee will be given on the current status of the proposed re-development works at the pitch.

 Smith Monument’s Intermediate Championship – Our Intermediate team followed up their opening round win with a comfortable win over Sean O’Heslins last Sunday in Cloone.  Next up is Round 3 v Mohill on Sunday 12th August at 12noon in Pairc Sean.

Pyramid Bookmakers Junior Championship – We play Mohill on Sunday 12th August at 1.45pm in St Mary’s GAA Park, Carrick on Shannon.

Under 13 – Well done to our Un13 Boys who got their first win of the Championship over Sean O’Heslins last week.  Next up is Allen Gaels at home on Thurs 9th August at 7.30pm

Latest Updates – Reminder that you can stay up to date with the latest happenings in Kiltubrid GAA on Facebook kiltubrid.gaa and Twitter @KiltubridGAA including live score updates from selected fixtures.

Coiste Na nÓg All-Ireland Draw – All Ireland Tickets and Cash Prizes to be won in Leitrim Coiste na nÓg draw, with all monies going to the support of underage football in the County. Tickets only €2 each or three for €5. Please let Carmel know on 0868337228 if you want tickets from the Kiltubrid allocation, or tell your coach at training. Great chance to get all Ireland Tickets!

Club Development Draw – Kiltubrid GAA & Kiltubrid Ladies GAA have launched a Park Development Draw with all funds raised going directly to our Park Re-Development Works.  There is €5,000 in prizes on offer with tickets available from Players & Club Members.  The Draw takes place on Saturday 25th August.  Tickets can also be purchased securely online via

Un16 Championship 1967 & 1968 Fifty Year Reunion – In 1967 and 1968 Kiltubrid GAA won back to back Un16 Championships.  To celebrate this Landmark achievement, a Fifty Year Reunion of both teams will be held on the weekend of 10th & 11th August with a number of events planned over both days.  Fri 10th August Mass in St Brigid’s Church, Drumcong at 8pm for deceased Players & Management of both teams followed by a Buffet Meal and Presentation in Cardiff’s Lakeside Tavern from 9pm with Live Music on the night.  Sat 11th August there will be a Guided Bus Tour of Kiltubrid Parish and surrounding areas.  More details on these events will be announced closer to the event.  There is an open invite to Everyone to share in what promises to be wonderful occasion for both the Club and Parish.  Those who wish to attend the Buffet in Cardiff’s, Bus Tour or Meal in Drumshanbo please book with MJ McKiernan on 071 964 1312 or 086 392 5834

Online Shop – With the Championship underway, now is the time to get kitted out in the Green and Red and supporters our Club Teams after many Months of hard graft on the Training fields.  Newly launch gear now available to purchase online via the Kiltubrid GAA O’Neills Shop

Senior Championship – Well done to the Senior team who defeated Gortletteragh last weekend. Score: Aughawillan 2-19 Gortletteragh 2-10. Next game is against our neighbours, Drumreilly on Friday 10th August at 8.30pm, under lights in Cloone. All support welcome!

Junior Championship – Hard luck to the Junior team who were defeated in their opening Championship game. Score: Aughawillan 13 points Fenagh 3-5.

Underage – Well done to St Brigid’s U13 team who defeated Fenagh in the Championship last week, Score: St Brigid’s 4-15 Fenagh 1-8. Their next game is on Thursday 9th August versus Melvin Gaels at 7.30pm, venue TBC.

Ladies Football – Hard luck to the Senior Ladies’ who were defeated by Dromahair last weekend. Score: Dromahair 5-12 Aughawillan 1-5.

U12 Girls – Congratulations to the St Brigid’s U12 who defeated Ballinamore SOH in the 11-a-side final. Score: St Brigid’s 14 points Ballinamore 1-7. The team is as follows: Sorcha Moran, Aoibhinn Meehan, Rachel Dolan, Gemma Galligan Maguire, Eadoin McTeigue, Dearbhal Gunn, Tara Galligan Maguire, Lily Mahon, Ava Gaffney, Erica Dolan, Rebbeca Reilly, Elisha McGovern, Ellie Horgan, Lindel Moran, Kate McCauley.

Comhbhrón- Aughawillan GAA wish to extend their deepest sympathies to the family & friends of the late John Stretton. Ar dheis Dé a raibh a anam.

Club Lotto – Next draw on Wednesday 8th August in Tabhairne an Bhainc, Ballinamore. Next Jackpot: €3,100.
Tickets for the fortnightly lotto are now available online. Tickets can be purchased up until 2pm on the day of a draw go to

Corraleehan Parish Walk – Corraleehan Parish Walk continues each Thursday night at 8.30pm from Corraleehan Church. Community spirit, health, fitness, whatever your goals we will be happy to see you, everyone welcome.

Niall Higgins Tournament – The annual Niall Higgins Memorial Tournament took place in the park on Bank Holiday Monday and Clann na nGael from Roscommon emerged victorious in the final with a 4-01 to 0-08 win over Allen Gaels. It was a great day’s entertainment and we thank Clann na nGael, Shannon Gaels/Kilmore, Mohill, St. Mary’s Kiltoghert & Glencar Manorhamilton for travelling and making the tournament a big success. The U-15 competition provided a series of very enjoyable matches and the results were: Allen Gaels 5-08 G/Manorhamilton 1-02; Clan na nGael 7-04 Mohill 4-04; Shannon Gaels/ Kilmore 2-08 G/Manorhamilton 0-06; St. Mary’s 2-08 Mohill 1-04; Allen Gaels 4-07 Shannon Gaels/Kilmore 1-04; Clann nGael 3-03 St. Mary’s 1-06. In a thrilling final Clann na nGael prevailed against Allen Gales 4-01 to 0-08 with a man of the match display from the Clan goalkeeper, Neil Hannon, who repelled a barrage of goal chances from the home side. Many congratulations to all who took part and a big thank you to Cyril McKeon & Mal Guckian for officiating the matches. Thank you to all who helped out in the clubhouse during the day, to the umpires and well done to the organising committee especially Farrell McKeon, Angus Fee & Stephen McWeeney. A special thanks to Paddy & Mairead Higgins who attended on the day and to Paddy for presenting the medals & trophy.

Senior Championship – The senior team lost out to St. Mary’s in Pairc Sean on Saturday on Saturday evening on a scoreline of 3-16 to 3-08 and could have few complaints with the result. We play Melvin Gaels in Ballinamore on Sunday at 12noon. Best of luck to the squad and the management team of Sean, Paddy & Angus.

Pyramid Bookmakers Junior A Championship – Best of luck to the team & management against Melvin Gales in Ballinamore on Sunday following the senior game.

St. Francis Ladies – The ladies are out again the weekend after next.

U-17’s – The U-17’s were defeated by St. Joseph’s last week on a scoreline of 0-12 to 3-07 and we play St. Marys at home and Ballinamore Sean O’Heslins away in the coming week. Best of luck to all concerned.

U-13’s – The lads lost out to Drumkeerin on Thursday last and we have two more away fixtures this week in Gortletteragh & Kiltubrid and will have a report next week. Best of luck to the team & management.

Minor Ladies – The girls had a good win in Dromahair last week. No details of this week’s fixture. 

Lotto – There was no winner of the lotto jackpot last week the numbers drawn were 03-11-21-25. The prize winners of €20 each were: Susan Gilmartin, Ballinaglera; Steve Stead, Drumshanbo; Elizabeth Flynn, Aughriman; Mary Smith, Galway; Declan Lynch, Creenagh. The jackpot now stands at €2,500.

Wedding Bells – Heartiest congratulations to Oisin Dolan and Leila Dowling who were married on Saturday. We wish the newly-wed couple every happiness together.

Intermediate Championship – last Saturday in the second game of the Leitrim IFC we beat Aughavas 0-15 to 1-05 (8). It was a bit of a stop start game with plenty of drama but the lads have made it two wins from two now in their group. They play against Leitrim Gaels this upcoming Saturday, 11th August. The game is in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick, at 7pm. Come out and support them as they attempt to continue their winning start to the campaign.
Junior A Championship – Our junior men’s championship continues this weekend in round 2 against Carrigallen. The game is in Cloone at 1:45pm on Sunday. Come out to support the lads in what will be another tough game but will be guaranteed entertainment.
Ladies Intermediate Championship – Hard luck to the ladies last weekend on their defeat to a very good Mohill team on Sunday. The young team has had a number of injuries this year that hasn’t helped their championship campaign. Their final game of the group will be against St Francis in the upcoming weeks. Date and venue will be updated in the notes and on social media when confirmed.
U17 Boys Championship – our U17 lads played Leitrim Gaels on Monday evening, in a high scoring and tight affair the lads came away with the points winning by a final score of, Drumkeerin 3-12 to Leitrim Gaels 2-13. The lads are out against St Mary’s-Kiltoghert, on Monday the 20th of August, in their final group game of the championship. In a tight Division 1 Championship it’ll be important for the lads to get all the support they can to push them over the line and get a place in the final, make sure to clear the diary and come support them.
U13 Boys Championship – well done to our young U13 team who beat Allen Gaels last Thursday, 2nd August. The final score was Drumkeerin 7-11 (32) to Allen Gaels 1-05 (8). That win puts them second in the table with their next game against Fenagh this Thursday, 9th August, at 7:30pm in Drumkeerin. Come out and support these young men try to keep the good run going.
Twitter – Our twitter page does live score updates for the men’s Intermediate Championship, follow it @ DrumkeerinGAA when you can’t make it to the games. Follow it to get all upcoming match information, results and other club events for the Drumkeerin teams.
Lotto – Results for 3/8/18. Numbers drawn were 13, 17, 19, 25. No jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners were Helen Bohan Gortavacan, Mary Foy Cloone, Joe + Chris Mc Cormack  Taughmaconnell, David Gordon Mohill. Next weeks draw is in Caseys. Jackpot €12,300. Thank you for your support.

IFC – We got our second win in the Smith Monumentals IFC on Sunday last beating our neighbours Mohill by 5-13 to 1-13. Well done to the players and management. Our next game is against our other neighbours Annaduff on Saturday 11th in Ballinamore at 7pm. It was great to see good support for the lads on Sunday, and let’s hope ye can all make it to Ballinamore on Saturday evening. Best of luck to the team and management.