We had no winner of this week’s Lotto. The numbers drawn were 10,11,17,31. This week’s lucky dip winners were Pauline O Hagan, Jean Marie McMahon, Melissa Connolly, Christopher Walker.. Next week’s jackpot will be €2100.
Please continue to support the club by buying an envelope from our stands in Justin’s and McGrane’s shops or by using the link https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=672&_ga=#Anchor. You can also download the Clubforce App.
Jimmy Martin Funeral
Sunday saw the funeral of Jimmy Martin. Jimmy will be missed around the club and parish , there wasn’t a day go by that you wouldn’t see Jimmy calling around each ground to see who was playing.
We wish congrats to former player John Mc Mahon and Denise Matthews, who got married last week. Best of luck in the future and we hope to be seeing them more around the club over the next few years!
The seniors played Scotstown at the weekend, a disappointing performance against a Scotstown team who clicked on the day and everything went right for them. There is a 3 week break now until the next Championship match, which will give the lads good time to recharge.
Championship Round 3 : Magheracloone (0-11) v Scotstown (4-11)
The U17s lost out in the D3A Shield final,they mounted a strong second half come back which was too late in coming as Latton won by one point in the end.
D3A Shield Final : Magheracloone (3-10) v Latton (2-14)
Championship D3A R1 HOME v Sean McDermotts – Saturday 2nd Sept @ 1PM
Championship D1 R2 Magheracloone (1-11) v Donaghamoyne (5-8)
Championship 5A R2 Magheracloone (4-17) v Donaghamoyne (1-7)
Championship D1 R3 AWAY v Scotstown – Wednesday 30th @ 6 45PM
D1 Championship R3 – Magheracloone (2-7) v Donaghamoyne (1-4)
D6 Championship R3 – Magheracloone (4-11) v Scotstown (2-3)
D5 Championship R3- Magheracloone (8-27) v Donaghamoyne (0-2)
D1 Championship Semi Final – Saturday 2nd Sept HOME v Gael Truagh @ 1 PM
D6 Championship Semi Final – Saturday 2nd Sept HOME v Gael Truagh B @ 1PM
D5 Championship Semi Final – Sunday 3rd Sept HOME v Monaghan Harps B @11PM
Having being invited down to participate in an U9.5 Festival of Football in Dromintee, on Saturday we arrived with 34 players.
We fielded two teams, one in the Cup competition and one in the Shield. As they use half years in the North, we were able to bring a number of our younger cohort of U11’s.
They added the extra bit of experience which would be required, as we were playing against some of the top clubs in Ulster. In the Cup Competition we played played Culloville, Trillick (Tyrone) and the hosts Dromintee in our first group. Having topped that group unbeaten, we then played Cookstown (Tyrone), Kilcoo (Down) and Dromintee.
Again we were unbeaten, and were awarded the prestigious Most Skillfull Team of the Tournament Award. Each member of the squad was presented with a new football with which to further practice their skills. In the Shield Tournament, which was also U9.5, we fielded a very young team. But these are a very talented young bunch, and they acquitted themselves very well playing at a much higher level than they would ever have faced, playing against Crossmaglen, Killeavy and Dromintee (Armagh), Killeeshil (Tyrone) and Saval (Down).
Their efforts were very impressive, and there is no doubt that of we are invited back next year, that they will rival any team in the Cup Competition. Thanks must be expressed to all the parents who traveled, and especially for their support during the day.
The U7s had a very good home blitz in Sean against Oram, Sean McDermotts and Blackhill
Club 200 Draw
The next club 200 draw will take place live on Facebook – September 11th @ 8pm
Pitch Walking Track Open Hours
The walking track at the new pitch will be open every Wednesday 7-8 and Saturday/Sunday from 10am to 9pm.
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