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Naomh Conaill Notes 24th May 2011

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 1,4,11,15. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Hugh Brendan McDyer, Ard Mc Gill and Bernie Keeney, The Rock.The jackpot now stands at 6,700 Euro.

Good luck to the U16s who are due to play Naomh Colmcille in the co league final on Wednesday 25th May at 7pm in Letterkenny.

The club had 3 U10 teams taking part in a blitz in Kilcar last Saturday and they all had a very sucessful and enjoyable day dispite the bad weather. The U8s have a blitz in Ardara on Thursday 26th May and the bus leaves the clubhouse at 5.30pm

The seniors were away to Glenswilly last Sunday evening in the 1st leg of the championship and in a very low scoring game it ended 0-6 each. The reserves had great victory against Glwnswilly winning 0-12 to 0-4.

Good luck to Red Hughs on the official opening of their new clubhouse this Sunday at 4.30pm by GAA President Christy Conney. There will be challange game afterwards at 6pm between a Naomh Conaill select and the Donegal senior team. The Naomh Conaill select will include players from Derry and Tyrone. We would like to thank Red Hughs for inviting the senior team to be part of the opening.

The senior ladies beat Letterkenny Gaels at home in the 1st leg of the championship last Sunday. They play the 2nd leg away this Sunday at 12.30pm. The U14 girls are at home to St Michaels on Thursday at 7.30pm. The U12 girls have their first blitz this Saturday in Mountcharles at 11am. They are in the same group as St Nauls, Four Masters and Ardara. There will be a wax, shave or dye fundraiser in Mellys Bar on Friday night at 9pm. This is in aid of the U14 girls who are through to the All Ireland Feile in Cork at the end of June. Please come and support.

Naomh Conaill Notes 17th May 2011

Congratulations to Scoile Mhuire N.S. Glenties who won both the boys and the girls Cumann na mBunscoil 9-a-side Co Titles last Wednesday in Glenswilly.

Well done to the U16s who have reached the co league final after beating Letterkenny Gaels 3-6 to 0-8 in Letterkenny last Monday evening.

The U14s lost away to Ardara in their first league game by the narrowest of margins 2-15 to 5-07. They play Dungloe at home next Wednesday 25th at 7.30pm.

The U10s have a blitz in Kilcar this Saturday morning.

Good luck to the seniors and reserves who are in championship action this Sunday away to Glenswilly.Throw in for the reserve game is 5pm followed by the senior game at 6.30pm.

Good luck also to the senior ladies who are also in championship action this Sunday at home to Letterkeny Gaels at 12.30pm. The ladies would like to thank Kathleen Mc Gettigan, Station Road for hosting a fundraising candlelit party and raised 240 Euro for the club. We also like to thank all the young members of the club who organised and took part in the car wash last Saturday in aid of the U14 girls trip to the All Ireland Feile in Cork and raised 1,072 Euro. The U14s girls play St Michaels at home next Tuesday evening.

There will be EGM in the clubhouse this Monday night at 9pm.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 2,3,4,5. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Ann Kennedy, Station Road and Catriona Gallagher, Station Road. This weeks jackpot is 6,600 Euro.

Naomh Conaill Notes 30th September 2010

Congratulations to Aoife Mc Donald and the Donegal Ladies on their fantastic victory against Waterford in the All Ireland Intermediate final last Sunday in Croke Park.

Congratulations to Eoghan Mc Gettigan who came first in the County Finals of the U-12 skills held in Convoy on Friday 24th September. Eoghan won the internal club competition several weeks ago and has been practising on the six skills involved since. Competing against kids on Friday from all the other clubs in the County, this is a great achievement by Eoghan and all at the Club congratulate him and his family.

Good luck to the senior team and management against Killybegs in the Co Final this Sunday in Ballybofey at 4pm. We would encourage as many of our supporters as possible to make the trip to the game as they always add so much colour and excitement to the games.

The 3rds drew with Mac Cumhaills 0-9 to 1-6 last Saturday in the semi final of the Junior B championship, no date has yet being fixed for the replay.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Maura Kilbane, Ardara and Mrs Mc Monagle, Fintown. The numbers drawn were 1,2,3,14. The jackpot now stands 3,600 Euro.

The 200 Club draw was held last Monday night and the 1st prize of 500 Euro went to Sean Connoughton and 5 prizes of 100 Euro went to Seamus O Malley, Daniel Mc Geehan, Elaine Campbell, Kathleen Griffin and Declan Bonner.

Our under 8’s travelled to Moy, Co. Tyrone last Saturday for a tournament which consisted of 11 clubs. After a slow start we improved with each game to reach the final of the shield, having defeated Enniskillen Gaels with a great display in the semi-finals. In the final we met a very strong Madden team from Armagh and were defeated but doesn’t take away from the huge efforts made all day by these young players. A big thank you to all who came and supported on the day and also to Mark and Rosaleen Mc Devitt who sponsored the meal for the players on the way home. Special thanks to The Moy club in Tyrone for a very well organised day. Thanks also to all the coaches and the ladies who helped us out all year. A more detailed report on the tournament will be posted on the club website.

There will be a Table Quiz this Friday night in Paddys Bar at 9.30pm