Ballinamore Sean OHeslin’s GAA Club Notes 07/11/2018
Dunnes Bar Senior League Final – Hard luck to the team and management, they put up a very brave fight and performed well on Sunday. The luck was not with us from the start conceding a penalty after a couple of minutes which Philip brilliantly saved only for the rebound to bounce around before being forced in, Philip was again on hand not long later with a world class save, and again only moments later Glencar scored a goal. The lads did well and continued to fight hard and early in the second half we were level. Philip was called to action again with a harsh penalty which he again saved, this lifted the supporters and the team and we kept pushing forward only to concede. In the end the gap was 4 points and Glencar were champions.
A special thanks to the players and management team, it’s been a long hard season for you and we appreciate the effort and sacrifices you have made to help the club reach the final and to progress this year. Defeats are hard to take but as we saw after loosing two intermediate finals they can often be a spring board for something great and hopefully our time will come
Ballinamore 1-12 (15) Glencar manor 2-13 (19)
Club Meeting – There is a very important meeting being held on 7th November next at 9.15pm at the SOH club house. There will be issues discussed regarding the future of the club and all members points of view are welcome.
Hurling Indoor – Hurling is on every Monday evening in the Sports Complex, U11 training is at 17:30 followed by U13 at 18:30 cost is 2 euro to cover the cost of the hall and all gear is provided
U14/15 hurling training is also taking place on Saturdays on the back pitch at 11am, all gear provided and everyone is wlecome
Good luck – Best of luck to the neighbours Aughawillian in the Connacht Championship this weekend. Commiserations to Fenagh who put in an excellent display in their Connacht Championship match and were unlucky not to progress further.
Comhghairdeas – Congratulations to Carrick Hurling on winning the Connacht Championship, a fantastic result for the club.
Christmas Draw – Tickets are now on sale from club members for our annual Christmas draw which takes place on the 5th of January in Priors. Tickets are one for €20 or 3 for €50 with the first prize €3500 up for grabs followed by €1000 sponsored by Priors @ High street and 10 prizes of €100
Minor Ladies – Best of luck to our Minor ladies who are in the Connacht semi-final action on Sunday against the Galway champions, Kilkerrin/Clonberne. Throw-in at 2pm in Clonberne and any support would be much appreciated by the girls.
U16 Ladies – Well done to our U16’s who made it three wins from as many games with a comprehensive victory over St Brigid’s in the third round of the 15-a-side championship. They have one group stage game versus Glencar/Manorhamilton with the date yet to be confirmed.
Team: Erin Keegan; Ella Van Der Laan, Siobhan Flynn, Tara Conway; Emma Honeyman, Abbi Sweeney (0-1), Grainne Prior; Laoise Moran-King (0-2), Megan McGovern (0-4); Mollie Murphy (1-1), Aoibhin McGoldrick, Niamh Donohoe (1-3); Kelly Beirne (0-3), Lily Byrne (4-9), Emma Beirne (0-1).
Subs: Emma McKiernan (0-1), Laura Maguire (0-1), Ruth Creamer, Alannah McBrien, Aoife Darcy, Brid Murphy, Lizzie O’Connell, Teegan McGloin.
Club Lotto Monday 05 .11.2018
Numbers Drawn 7 1 4 6 2 3 0 5
Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir den Lotto ar Dé Luan seo caite. Duaiseanna do dhaoine a bhí i láthair ar an oíche:
House Draw Gerry Farry
Sponsored A O’Dubhthaigh
€40 each. : Ella Thomas, Riversdale. Tommy Costello, Aughnasheelin. Raymond McHugh, Killaneen. Cyril Smith, Lahard.Next week’s draw takes place in The Poor Scholar with a jackpot of €5550