Magheracloone GFC Club notes
We had no winner of this week’s Lotto. The numbers drawn were 13, 22, 25 and 30. This week’s lucky dip winners were Eoghan Hoey, Barbara Gaynor, Felix Carolan and Sharon Smith. Next week’s jackpot will be €2,300.
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. One envelope is €2 or three envelopes for €5. Cut off time for playing the lotto online is 6pm on Monday evening.
Club 200 winner
Congratulations to Eugene and Teresa Gilsenan who won September’s Club 200 Draw, well done to you both and happy spending!
The Aoibhe Byrne Memorial Cup
The Aoibhe Byrne Memorial Cup will take place this Saturday. Eight local ladies U16 teams will compete in the tournament with group stages being played both at MacFab and Prunty and the semi-finals and final being played on the Prunty. We wish the Ladies club and the Byrne family all the best for Saturday, and we know Aoibhe will be with you all on the day. Please come out and support the girls, the club and the Byrne family. First game throws in at 10am.
Our Seniors play Donaghmoyne in the last game of the Championship stages. Throw in is at 5pm at home. Best of luck to all the team and management. All support welcome.
It’s a busy weekend for all three of our U13 teams as they have all reached their respective Championship finals. Our Division 5 team start proceedings off on Friday evening against Scotstown in what promises to be a great final. Throw in is at 7pm in Cloghan.
Next up are our Division 1 team who meet the much-fancied Castleblayney side on Sunday morning at 11.30am in Carrick. This was a very tight affair the last time these two teams met with Castleblayney just getting the edge on Magheracloone when the final whistle blew.
The Division 6 team finishes off the trio of matches, once again in Carrickmacross and throw in for this game is at 1pm. They meet Inniskeen who notched up a high score in their semi-final so expect this to be a great match.
Best of luck to all the players and management and let’s hope we see silverware back in Magheracloone on Sunday evening.
Our U15b’s have also reached the final stage of their Championship after a great win over near neighbours Carrickmacross on Monday evening on a scoreline of 4-18 to 1-14. They now play Castleblayney in the final, fixture is yet to be confirmed. Congratulations to the team and management on reaching the final.
Our U17’s are away to Rockcorry on Sunday morning at 12pm in Round 2 of the Division 3A Championship. The lads were unlucky not to get a result against Sean McDermotts but hopefully they will build on that performance. Good luck to all involved.