Naomh Conaill

Naomh Conaill Notes 27th October 2008

Well done to Nan Doherty,Dungloe who won last weeks lotto jackpot prize of 2,300 Euro.The numbers drawn were 7,10,12,24.The jackpot this week is 2,000 Euro.

The U21s have advanced to the semi final stage of the championship after beating St Michaels 1-09 to 1-14 in Dooey last Monday.The were behind 1-08 to 0-5 at the break but with the advantage of the wind in the second half they put in a strong fightback to come out on top.

There will be a Minor Board meeting in the clubhouse this Friday 31st October at 7.30pm.

Anyone interested in particpating in Scor na nOg should James Ellis 087 6631118.

The club are holding the Ultimate GAA Quiz in the Highlands Hotel on Sunday 23rd November at 8pm.It will consist of teams of 4 and it will cost 50 Euro per team to enter and the 1st prize is 500 Euro.All clubs in the county will be invited to attend so if you think you know all their is to know about GAA or if you know someone that thinks they are a GAA genius this is the place to be for a good nights entertainment.

The Dinner Dance takes place on Sunday 28th December in The Highlands Hotel.

Naomh Conaill Notes 22nd October 2008

There was no winner of last weeks club lotto.Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Nora Gildea,Point Road Ardara and Stephen Mc Cready,Leitir.The numbers drawn were 8,22,23,24.The jackpot now stands at 2,300 Euro.

The winners of the club draw which was held in the M25 last Friday night were as follows,1st prize 3,000 Euro Paddy Mc Gee, Glenleighnan Fintown, 2nd prize 1,000 Euro Celine Carr, Main Street Glenties and 5 prizes of 100 Euro each went to Michael Cannon, Station Road, John Campbell, Glenmacaniff, Sinead Mc Dermott, Coolvoy Doochary, Roisin and Paul c/o Martin Doherty and Kieran and Danny Gallagher, Glen Road. The draw was a great sucess and we would like to thank everyone who put in such a great effort selling the tickets. Thanks also to Mary Kelly, Ardara and Declan Bonner Na Rossa who made the draw.

Congratulations to the ladies who won the Junior League Play Off Final against Malin in Burt last Sunday on a scoreline of 5-08 to 2-07.They put in a fantastic display and it is a great acheivement for ladies after only being formed a few years ago and it is good to see all their hard work paying of. They will be playing in the Intermediate division next year.

The Seniors beat Kilcar in Towney last Sunday 0-12 to 1-06.This was their last league game and they now have to wait on the results of the other games to see if they have qualfied for the league semi final.The Reserves were beat 4-08 to 2-09.They have one more game left to play against Dungloe.

Well done to Scoil Mhuire N,S.,Glenties who won the Regional Finals of the INTO/Cumann na mBunscoil Mini 7s on Tuesday 14th October in Ardara.The Co Finals were held in Mac Cumhaill Park last Saturday.On the day they emerged as winners in the group stages having defeated schools from Creeslough and Tooban. In the semi final they were defeated by 3pts by Gaelscoil Adhamhain, Letterkenny who were the eventual winners.This was a fine acheivement by Scoil Mhuire and we congratulate all involved. All ten players on the panel play for our clubs U10 and U12 teams. The U13 match against Ardara was cancelled due to the inclement weather.

Naomh Conaill Notes 14th October 2008

There was no winner of last weeks lotto.Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Daniellle Mc Kelvey,Station Road and Conor Mc Closkey,Main Street.The numbers drawn were 11,14,16,24.The jackpot now stands 2,200 Euro.

Tickets for the club draw are still on sale for 10 Euro or 3 for 20 Euro and are availble from any club officer.The 1st prize is 3,000 Euro,2nd prize 1,000 Euro and 5 prizes of 100 Euro.The draw takes place this Friday night in the M25 music on the night will be 60s and 70s Disco.

The U13s were defeated 2-6 to 2-2 by Killybegs last Friday evening in Glenties.Their next game is at home to Ardara and is due to be played this Saturday at 11am.

Hard luck to the U16 girls team who lost to Termon in the Co semi final last Sunday.Good luck to the Senior ladies team who play Malin in the league final this Sunday.

Beidh comortaisi Scor na nOg na contae ar siul i gceann miosa no mar sin.The current dates for the semi finals have been provisionally booked for the weekends of 7th,8th,9th/14th,15,16, of November will be confirmed in the next week or so.Anyone interested in particpating please contact James Ellis-087 6631118.

Naomh Conaill Notes 30th September 2008

The Senior team kept up their good league form with a impressive 2-09 to 0-09 victory away to Four Masters last Saturday evening.They have one league game left away to Kilcar.

The U13s were heavily defeated by a strong Dungloe team in Rosses Park last Saturday morning.Their next game is at home to Killybegs this coming weekend. Training continues for U13s on Thursday at 6.15pm.

Congratulations to Phil and Ann Gallagher, The Glen Glenties who won the lotto jackpot prize of 2,600 Euro last week.The numbers drawn were 3,9,11,23.This weeks jackpot is 2,000 Euro.

Tickets for the club draw are on sale for 10 Euro or 3 for 20 Euro.The 1st prize is 3,000 Euro,2nd prize 1,000 Euro followed by 5 prizes of 100 Euro.Tickets are availble from any club officer and the draw takes place on the 17th of October.

The club held a fashion show in The Highlands Hotel last Sunday night and we would like to thank everyone who helped in any way especialy the Highlands Hotel and Michele Gildea for all her work.

There will be a club meeting in the clubhouse next Monday night at 9pm.

Naomh Conaill Notes 23rd September 2008

There was no winner of last weeks lotto.Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Breeda Gallagher,Glen Road and Paddy Doherty,Station Road.The numbers drawn were 1,5,8,10.The jackpot now stands at 2,600.

Congratulations to our U10 A team who rounded off a excellent year by winning the highly prestigious annual 9-a-side tournament organised by the St Teresas G.A.C in Belfast last Saturday.The team were playing against some of Ulsters top clubs and St Finbars of Dublin and they won their group convincingly playing some excellent football.In the semi final they had a comfortable win over St Endas of Belfast and in the final they met Carryduff(Down) and in a much tighter game they emerged victorious 5-3 to 1-3.Team captain Kieran Gallagher accepted the cup on behalf of the players who were all stars on the day. The team enjoyed a rapturous homecoming on their arrival back in Glenties a fitting tribute to a excellent and dedicated young team.The panel of players were Tony Byrne,Manus Mc Dyer,JD Boyle,Jack Flannery,Kieran Gallagher,Jeaie Mc Kelvey,Eoghan Mc Gettigan,Paul Mc Guinness,Keelan Mc Gill,Logan Quinn,Charlie Mc Donnell,Jamie Kennedy,Keelan Mc Monagle,Danny Gallagher and Francis Mc Devitt.The team is managed and coached by Joe Mc Kelvey Michael Quinn,Martin Mc Dyer and Damian Craig.

The club are having a Fashion Show this Sunday night at 8pm in The Highlands Hotel.Featuring fashions from the following shops Verve,Elite Brides,Classic Casuals and All Sports.Models on the night will include local celebrities so please support and come along and view the latest fashion and have a great nights entertainment.MC on the night is Eamon Gillespie and entrance fee is 10 Euro.

Tickets for the club draw are on sale costing 10 Euro or 3 for 20 Euro.The 1st prize is 3,000 Euro,2nd prize 1,000 Euro followed by 5 prizes of 100 Euro.Tickets are availble from any club officer and the draw takes place on 17th October.

There are still a few spaces left on the club calendar for 2009 anyone interested in buying a space can contact Paddy Boyle or Muriel Hegarty

Naomh Conaill Calendar

Naomh Conaill are taking out a 2009 calendar. You can buy a day in the calendar for just €10 which you can write a message on, it can be any type of message from happy birthday, anniversary , wedding wishes, favourite saying or just to say hello. The calendar will also have an array of photos from the past and present. The calendar is going to print in early October so this is your last chance to buy a day.The calendar will be on sale in early November and would make a lovely christmas gift. For more information contact Muriel 087 6485725 or Paddy 074 9551486

Naomh Conaill fashion show

A fashion show in conjuction with Naomh Conaill GAA club will be held in the Highlands Hotel Glenties on Sunday 28th September . Fashions from Verve, Classic Casuals, All Sports and Elite Brides will be on show. There will also be stalls there displayinging local crafts and goods. MC for the night is Eamon Gillispie from Harveys Point. Models will include local celebrites. Entertainment will be provided by the Bonner Cannon school of Irish dancing and other local artists. Doors open at 7.30pm. Admission €10.

Naomh Conaill Notes 16th September 2008

There was no winner of last weeks lotto.Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Michael Gavigan,Portnoo and Mary Mc Geehan,Fintown.The numbers drawn were 8,10,14,15.The jackpot now stands at 2,500 Euro.

The Seniors had good victory away to Glenswilly last Sunday winning 1-12 to 1-7.

The U 10 trip to Belfast to take part in the St Teresas annual tournament had to be cancelled due to bad weather.

The club are holding a Fashion Show in the Highlands Hotel on Sunday 28th September starting at 8pm. Featuring fashions from the following shops Classic Casuals,Verve,All Sports and Elite Brides.Models will include local celebrities so come along for a good nights entertainment.Admission is 10 Euro.

The club are holding a draw with tickets costing 10 Euro or 20 Euro for a book of 3.The 1st prize is 3,000 Euro,2nd prize 1,000 Euro followed by 5 prizes of 100 Euro.Tickets are availble from club officers and the draw will take place on Friday 17th October.

Naomh Conaill Notes 10th September 2008

There was no winner of last weeks lotto.Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Lisa Quinn,Portnoo and M Mc Nern,Mountcharles.The numbers drawn were 5,9,17,23.The jackpot now stands at 2,400 Euro.

Hard luck to the 3rd team who were very unlucky to lose the Junior B semi final to Convoy last Saturday evening in Ballybofey.They put in a very poor first half display going in at the break 1-5 to 0-3 down but they got their act together in the second half and leading by a point with time up Convoy got a in injury time which looked to be a square ball and we ended up losing 2-9 to 1-9.

The Senior team picked up 2 important league points at home to Four Masters last Sunday winning 0-13 to 0-07.The Reserves were well beaten by Four Masters 3-14 to 0-10.

The club are holding a draw with tickets costing 10 Euro or 20 Euro for a book of 3.The 1st prize is 3,000 Euro,2nd prize 1,000 Euro followed by 5 prizes of 100 Euro.Tickets will be on sale from the Harvest Fair Day and the draw will take place on Friday 17th October.

We are holding a Fashion Show in The Highlands Hotel on Sunday 28th September starting at 8pm.

Naomh Conaill Notes 2nd September 2008

There was no winner of last weeks lotto.Two prizes of 50Euro went to M Brown,Carrick and Sarah Mc Glynn, Fintown.The numbers drawn were 1,7,22,23.The jackpot now stands at 2,300 Euro.

The club hosted a Under 8 blitz last Saturday and the teams that took part were Ardara,Killybegs,Glenswilly and Naomh Conaill.There were over 120 children involved and everyone that was there had a very enjoyable day.All the children got presented with medals for taking part and we would like to thank All Sports Donegal Town who sponsored the medals and Leo Mc Loone,Frank Mc Glynn and Stephen Mc Dermott who presented the medals.

Our U 10 A panel are of to Belfast this weekend where they will compete in the annual St Teresas U 10 tournament. We wish them the best of luck and hope they have a very enjoyable time.

The Minors made their exit from the championship when they were beaten by Killybegs last Monday evening in Dunkineely.The game finished level during normal time and extra time was played and dispite going into a 3 point lead with the light fading Killybegs got back into the game with a goal and they came out on top 2-15 to 0-19.Good luck to the 3rd team who play Convoy in the Junior B semi final this Saturday at 6.30pm in Ballybofey.

The Reserves played Glenswilly last Saturday evening in Glenties and for the second week in row they lost by 1pt 0-14 to 2-9.

The Seniors were in league action on Sunday at home to Glenswilly and the game was a very tough encounter and both teams had chances to won finised level 1-9 to 1-9.Both the Seniors and Reserves are at home to Four Masters this Sunday.