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Naomh Conaill Notes 14th December 2010

Commiserations to our senior team after losing to Crossmaglen in the Ulster Club Final in Cavan last Sunday. They have served the club and county very proudly and we would like to thank Cathal and the boys for giving us some wonderful memories in 2010. We are very lucky to have such a talented and dedicated bunch of players and we hope they can continue on in 2011.

The U21s are due to play Four Masters at home in the 1st round of the championship this Sunday.

The November draw for 200 Club was a week late because of the bad weather and was held last Tuesday night in the Highlands Hotel and 1st prize of 500 Euro went to Pat Eamon Boyle, Glen Road and 5 prizes of 100 Euro went to Albert Wade, Martin Mc Dyer, Ann Quinn, Stacey Blake and Dermott Bonner.

A Night at the Races will be on in the Noble Bar, Fintown on Friday 17th December at 8.30pm.A bus will leave Roddys at 8.15pm. Special guest on the night will be Dr Maguire.

There was no lotto draw last week because of the bad weather. The draw takes place every Tuesday night at the Community Centre Bingo and next Tuesday they will be holding there Christmas Bingo with lots of prizes.

Congratulations to Sean Connaughton on his appointment as Youth Officer at last Monday nights County Convention.

Naomh Conaill Notes 9th December 2010

The best of luck once again to our senior team and management in the Ulster Club Final against Crossmaglen in Clones this Sunday at 1.45pm. It was very disappointing that the game had to be called off once again because of the weather but hopefully it will be third time lucky this Sunday. It has been a very diffulcult time for the team preparing for the final but we would like to thank Na Rossa for the use of Dooey last Sunday and we would also like to thank everyone who turned up to help clear the training field of snow and ice last Monday it is very much appreciated by the club. We hope everyone will travel to Clones in large numbers to cheer on the boys and if they show the same dedication, commitment and determination as they have done all year we hope we will be Ulster champions on Sunday evening.

A Night at the Races will be on in the Noble Bar, Fintown on Friday 17th December at 8.30pm. A bus will leave Roddys at 8.15pm.

Naomh Conaill Notes 30th November 2010

The Ulster Club Senior Final against Crossmaglen has being refixed for this Sunday at 2pm in Clones but as the weather conditions are not expected to improve during the week there is no guarantee the game will go ahead so supporters should check the club website (naomhconaill.ie), local radio stations or Mc Glincheys for up to date information on the final.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 11,13,23,28. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Vincent Ward, Fintown and Mary Mc Mahon, Fintown. The jackpot now stands at 4.500 Euro.

The Night at the Races due to take place this Friday night in the Noble Bar, Fintown has been put back to Friday 17th December because of the bad weather.

Naomh Conaill Notes 24th November 2010

All roads lead to Clones this Sunday as we wish our senior team and management the best of luck in their quest to make history and won the Ulster Club Championship for the first time. They face Crossmaglen the most sucesssful team in Ulster club football. This is the biggest day in the clubs history and we are expecting a big crowd of supporters to travel to the game and to maxamize our support and to create a better atmosphere for the team we would recommend all Naomh Conaill supporters go to the main stand and sit together between the halfway line and the town end goals. Throw in time is 2pm.

The club held a very sucessful Tea Party in the Highlands Hotel last Saturday night and we would like to thank everyone who put in so much hard work to make it such a great night and all the people that supported on the night.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 1,11,21,26. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Hazel Staunton, Portnoo and Gracey Trimble, Leitir. The jackpot now stands at 4,400 Euro.

The club are holding a Night at the Races in the Noble Bar, Fintown at 8.30pm on Friday 3rd December.

Glenties Notes 18th November 2010

Well Done
Well Done to Naomh Conaill senior team who are through to the Ulster Club Final against Crossmaglen on Sunday 28th November.

Guest Tea Party
Naomh Conaill Club is hosting a Tea Party next Saturday 20th November in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties at 8.30 p.m.  Following the party there will be a dance around 11.00 p.m.  Music is by Rambling Fever.  Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Sympathy
Sincere sympathy is extended to Seamus Hunter and family, Meenagrubby, Glenties on the death recently of his mother, Catherine Hunter, Carrigart.

Sincere sympathy is extended to Maggie Keeney, Tullyhoniver, Glenties on the death of her niece Marian Mc Gee, Falcarragh (nee Gallagher, Ardara), which took place last week.

Ionad Pobail Agus Spóirt Naomh Mhuire (Scoil Mhuire Gym)
The Gym is now available for hire for a range of various activities e.g. Sport, Drama, Dancing, Birthday Parties etc.  If anyone wishes to avail of the above venue, please contact John Mc Cann, Scoil Mhuire at 074-9551521 or Johnny Farren at 074-9551505 or 087-6613365.

Family Mass
The 11.00 a.m. Mass next Sunday 21st November will be celebrated as the Family Mass, for which the Children of the Parish will prepare the Liturgy.

Parish Social
The Glenties Parish Social for all the Senior Citizens of the area will take place on Sunday 5th December at 3.00p.m. in the Highlands Hotel.  The support of the Public would be very much appreciated from 5.30 p.m. onwards.

Bingo
The winners at the Bingo in the Community Centre, Glenties on Tuesday 9th November were – Ann White won the jackpot of € 400.  Nan Doherty, Carmel Fitzgerald, Glenties, Breege Boyle, D. Mc Carron, Maura Kilbane, Anne Furey, Micky Herron, Anne Kennedy, Kathy Connell and Jimmy Quinn, Brockagh won € 100 each.  Ann Caffrey, Letty Doherty, Sarah Brown, Claire Keeney, Johnny O’ Donnell, Ann Earley, Nora Mc Hugh, Michael Sweeney, Ardara, Anna Cannon, Anne Kennedy and Carmel Fitzgerald won € 50 each.

Sunday Collection Envelopes
Any New Parishioner who would like a box of envelopes, or any parishioner who has changed address since last year, should leave name and address in the Sacristy after any of the Masses or telephone the Parochial House at 9551117.

First Aid Course
Due to demand another First Aid Course will be starting in Áras Sheáin Bháin, Baile Na Finne early in January 2011.  For more information contact 9546071.

Naomh Conaill Notes 16th November 2010

Well done to the Senior team and management on reaching the Ulster Club final after beating Coalisland by 1 point in a very dramatic finish in Enniskillen last Sunday. This is a fantastic acheivement  when you consider that only 2 clubs from Donegal have ever reached the  final before and the last club being Killybegs in 1991. They now prepare to play Crossmaglen in the final on Sunday 28th November which will be a very special occassion and the biggest day in the clubs history.

The club are hosting a Tea Party in the Highlands Hotel this Saturday night starting at 8.30pm sharp.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 4,21,22,26. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Emer Doherty, Dungloe and Peter Gavigan, Glenties. The jackpot now stands at 4,300 Euro.

Tickets for the Donegal Ladies Banquet which is on this Saturday night in the Clanree Hotel are on sale in Mc Glincheys.