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Naomh Conaill GAA Club Notes 14th November 2017

There was no winner of this week GAA Lotto the numbers drawn out were 02-19-21-27 and the 2x€50 went to Kathleen Kenny, Letterbarrow & Eunan O’Donnell, Kilraine. Next week’s Jackpot will be €6,200.

Club 200 draw no 4 took place on 7/11/17 and the results are as follows €300 Carmel Doherty, Manor 7×€100 Janice Mc Nelis, Narin rd. Stephen McHugh, Sheskinnatinny. John Timoney, Knockletteragh. Joe Brennan, Shallogans. Mary Thompson, Ard mc gill. Ann Furry, Ard mc gill. Michael Glynn, Stranaglough. The next draw will take place on 5/12/17 at bingo

With the 2017 Inter County Season now finished we have finalising the details for the GAA Season Ticket for 2018. Season Ticket pricing for 2018 has been confirmed by our finance dept. The following pricing will apply: Adult Season Ticket €120 Juvenile Season Ticket €30 Adult Club+ Season Ticket €200 As per 2017, The Club+ Season Ticket will allow the owner to attend club fixtures within the chosen county. The Grades and Codes of club fixtures that will be covered by the Club+ element of the ticket are determined by the individual county. Once the season ticket is correctly maintained throughout the season, the Club+ version will also guarantee the ticket holder an All-Ireland Final ticket should his/her county qualify, regardless of their attendance percentage. This is designed to encourage ticket holders to move towards this product and ultimately increase revenue for individual counties. Counties will receive €45 for each adult season ticket that is sold. In addition to this all Club+ revenues generated will go directly to the county, i.e. Counties will receive €146 (€45 plus €101) for every Club+ Season Ticket that is sold.

U21A Championship Final draw: Naomh Conaill v Gaoth Dobhair. Games to be played this Sunday the 19th November in O’Donnell Park Letterkenny at 2:30pm

Naomh Conaill AGM will be held on Friday 1st December at 8pm in the community centre. Nomination forms can be collected from the Inniskeel Co-op Glenties and the Co-op in Fintown. Asking all members to please attend this year’s AGM.

Naomh Conaill GAA Club Notes 9th September 2015

There was no winner of this week’s Gaa lotto and the numbers drawn out were 5-9-12-26, the 2x€50 went to Terence Gallagher (phildy) Buncrubog Glenties and Margaret Mc Geehan Derries Glenties. Next week’s jackpot will be €2,900.

Naomh Conaill Senior County Quarter final meeting with Termon will take place on Saturday 12th September at Mac Cumhaill park Ballybofey at 7.30pm.
Naomh Conaill minors play Gaoth Dobhair in the semi-final replay in the banks on Wednesday 9th September at 7:00pm after a fantastic first game which ended in a draw 2-6 to 0-12.
Well done to Hughie and the Naomh Conaill ladies team on reaching the County final last Sunday but unfortunately fell short to a strong Buncrana team.
Congratulations to our U10 teams on winning this year’s Harvest Fair Blitz last Saturday, A big thanks to everyone who turned out and helped in any way to make the day a success.

Naomh Conaill Gaa Club Harvest Fair draw tickets are now on sale and the prizes are 1st prize Pedigree Charolais Heifer or Market value, 2nd Prize Pure Bred Texel Ram lamb (sponsored by John Mc Loone, Agriculture Consultant Services), 3rd Prize €300 cash Prize( sponsored by Garrett O’Donnell Pharmacy), 4th prize 10 bags of coal (sponsored by Inniskeel Co-op) 5th prize €100 Harvest Fair Hamper (sponsored by Lisdanar B&B Glenties), 6th prize €100 oil voucher (sponsored by McDevitt oil), 7th prize €50 voucher (sponsored by Killybegs Travel). Tickets price are €5 for 1 or a book of 3 for €10. Tickets sponsored by Coffey water ltd.

We would like to ask all club members to help out to sell our club tickets the fair weekend and also to get involved and get a gang/team together and join in on the float parade as much a success as it was last year bigger and better this year.

Naomh Conaill fixtures U13 league Naomh Naille vs Naomh Conaill Tuesday 15th at 6:30pm

Naomh Conaill Club Notes 29th August 2013

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 2, 7, 24 and 30. Two prizes of €50 went to Annie Boyle Station Road and Louisa Byrne Glen Road. Next weeks jackpot is €3,600.

The U13’s got their year off to a winning start with a very comprehensive victory over Dungloe. Dungloe 3-06 6-12 Naomh Conaill. Next Sunday 1st September they are home to Kilcar at 12 noon.

Well done to the U16 team who defeated Killybegs in the preliminary round 1st leg of the championship.Killybegs 1-05 5-16 Naomh Conaill. The 2nd leg is due to take place in Glenties on Wednesday 4th September.

Well done to the U21 team who are through to the quarter final after they defeated Ardara by six points. Naomh Conaill 0-13 0-06 Ardara. They now play Convoy in the quarter final.

Congratulations to the reserve team and their manager who are through to the reserve county final after they defeated Four Masters in the semi final. Naomh Conaill 1-08 0-06 Four Masters. They now play Gaoth Dobhair in the final.

The senior team secured two more valuable points in Towney on Sunday when they defeated Kilcar 2-13 to 2-08. Well done boys.

A Mr and Mrs competition takes place in the Highlands hotel on Saturday 7th September as part of Eileen Gallaghers Lord mayor competition. A great nights fun is in store when eight local couples battle it out to take the honour of the perfect Mr and Mrs. Tickets to attend are available from the Highlands hotel, the Co-Op at just €10 or by contacting Eileen herself or any of the participating couples. Doors open 9pm.

Narin & Portnoo Golf Club Notes 13th June 2011

John Quinn won the Clock Tower Medal last Sunday with a fine 70 nett. Six over on the front nine, the Narin man came back in just four over to record an excellent win. Birdies at the difficult Carraig Fada (10) and Hemmersbach’s Gap (13) offset a couple of errant scores and he had a one shot margin in the end over Pauric O’Donnell.

The club’s Ulster Cup side had a rough ride in Gracehill, losing six matches but gaining a precious point through Gerald McDwyer. The return match is eagerly awaited this weekend and with the course playing difficult at present, we hope that the lads can turn this one around and get through to the fourth round.

I was only made aware recently that the final of the 2010 Clements’ Mixed Foursomes was played in November last and that Kevin and Deirdre Patton won out for the second year in succession after a hard-earned victory over Des Turley and Eithne Devlin. Five up early on, the Strabane pairing would have been forgiven for thinking that the result was a formality, but Des and Eithne fought back brilliantly, only to lose out on seventeen. My apologies to both pairings for not documenting their match months ago.

The Donegal League side did not fair well in the away match with Gaoth Dobhair, losing out overall. The damage was done in the home leg, but the lads are to be commended for giving their all to try to retrieve the situation. We wish Gaoth Dobhair well in their next match.

The Bank Holiday Scramble saw another opportunity for ace groupings to demonstrate their abilities and Harold Reid led his charges to the narrowest of victories over P. A. Gallagher, Sean Burke and Pat McIntyre. His partners were Donie McCole and Gerald McDwyer and together they achieved six birdies and multiple pars.

The Dr. McCloskey Singles Matchplay will be drawn on July 1st. This is a club fundraiser. The entry fee of €10 per player and contact numbers should be given to the Pro Shop. The first prize is one year’s free membership.

The draw for the 2011 Clements’ Trophy Mixed Foursomes will also be made on July 1st. The entry fee is 14 euro per pair and players who don’t have a partner organized will be provided with partners for the draw.

Summer coaching for juniors resumed recently, with PGA professionals Connor Mallon and Daragh Lyons conducting lessons in three categories. These will continue every Saturday right through the summer. The time-slots are as follows: Under 10s from 2 to 3p.m.; Under 14s from 3 to 4p.m.; Under 18s from 4 to 5p.m. For Registration call 0749545107. The fee per lesson is only 5 euro per child and there are places available.

Results:
June 8: Wednesday Open: Cancelled due to adverse weather June 12: Clock Tower Medal: 1. John Quinn (13) 70; 2. Pauric O’Donnell (20) 71; 3. Paul Cooney (9) 72; Cat A Barry Doherty (12) 75; Cat B Joe Conneely (14) 73 b.o.t.; Cat C Hugo McGarrigle (23) 74; Nines: Martin Arnold (15) 33.5; Hugh Smith (22) 37 b.o.t.; C.S.S. 74; Twos: 7 balls

Fixtures:
June 19: D&D Insurance, single stableford, open; June 22: Wednesday Open, ladies and gents, single stableford, 20 euro entry for G.U.I. visitors, including green fee;