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25th August 2010 Club Notes

posted 19 Dec 2012, 01:52 by Unknown user   [ updated 19 Dec 2012, 01:53 ]

There was no jackpot or match three winner in the Joe Coleman Roofing & Carpentry Sponsored Lotto last Monday night. The numbers drawn were 1, 15, 20 and 27. Next weeks draw takes place in the Ryan's, jackpot €2,700. Supporters are encouraged to avail Direct Debit as a convenient means of playing the club's Lotto on a weekly basis, the direct debit mandate can be downloaded from the club website.

Intermediates have a challenge this Thursday in Abbey. Minors were defeated in their championship preliminary quarter final by Ballindereen in Turloughmore last Friday evening on a final scoreline of 0-19 to 1-11. Playing with the aid of a strong wind, Abbey led at halftime by 2 points, after hitting alot of wides and losing Paul Flaherty mid way through that half through injury, the second half proved to be a tough fair. The team fought admirably but in the end Ballindereen eased to a 5 point win. This was a disappointing result as this team have put in a massive effort since February in retaining the Suck valley League and only losing one group championship game. The management team of Tony Smyth, Keith Ruane and Brian O'Donnell wish to thank the lads for their efforts all year. Team on the day was; Dean Keary, Eanna Roche, Tomas Blade, Kevin Divilly, Finbarr Conroy, Paul Flaherty, John Burke, Colm Mannion, Padraig MacMhaighnis, Daniel Collins, Lorcan Laheen, Craig Kennedy, Caoilin Blade, Vinny Lally, Eoin Blade. subs used Sean McCarthy, Brian Melia, Cathal Mannion and Cathal Laheen. The team was best served by Dean Keary, Paul Flaherty (before injury), Colm Mannion, Padraig MacMaighnis, Craig Kennedy, Caoilin Blade, Eoin Blade and Daniel Collins.

Under-age hurling for continues for all other age groups to U-12 level this Sunday from 12.30 to 1.30 and all are welcome. We would be appreciative if spare underage helmets could be returned to the club to sell on to the up and coming hurlers in the club.

Congratulations to the Galway U-21's and Brian Flaherty on their semi-final win in the All-Ireland series last weekend.