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Naomh Conaill Notes 21st February 2012

There was no winner of this weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 1,13,19 &24. Two prizes of €50 went to Thomas Donaghue Naomh Conaill senior team and Charles Mc Carron Brockagh Dungloe. Next weeks jackpot is €3,500.

The 5th draw in the 200 club took place at the Community centre bingo on Tuesday 14th February. 1st prize €500 P. Bonner Derryloughan. 5 prizes of €100 each – David Kelch Narin Road, Olivia Hegarty Mullantyboyle, John Timoney Fintown, Michael Glynn Loughcrillan and Marie Carr Narin.

There is an Umpires course in Jackson’s Hotel Ballybofey on Wednesday 29th February @ 7.30pm. Anyone interested is asked to contact club secretary Patsy Furey.

Membership for 2012 is now due. Adult membership is €30 and youth is €10. There is also €100 membership which membership and entry into the weekly lotto. Membership forms are available from the clubs website.

The draw took place for the 2012 Championship. The seniors and reserves have been drawn against St. Nauls, the U-21’s have Bundoran while the 3rd’s have been drawn against Naomh Ultan.

At the clubs presentation dance on Saturday 18th February a large crowd gathered to see the Senior team receive their Division One League medals and the Senior Ladies team receive their Gaeltacht medals and Championship runner-up medals. The award winners were Senior Player of the year Stephen Mc Grath, Reserve Player James Doherty, 3rd team player Jamie Mc Hugh, Most improved player Jamie Gallagher, Senior Ladies player Michelle Boyle and Most improved ladies player Siobhan Mc Devitt. Other presentations were made to the Senior team managers and backroom team. the Ladies manager and backroom team. the 6 Naomh Conaill players who were members of the Donegal team that won the Ulster football championship,the 4 Naomh Conaill players who were members of the winning All-Ireland Vocational school team. Presentations were also made to Jim Mc Guinness Donegal senior team manager and his wife Yvonne and to Jim Farrell Chairman of the Donegal Ladies board.

Good luck to Eoin Waide and Leo Mc Loone who are members of UUJ and to Cathal Ellis a member of DCU who are in the Sigerson Cup semi final (UUJ v DCU) this Saturday in Galway.

Glenties Notes 2nd November 2011

Big Country Night
A Big Country Night in aid of the Renal Dialysis Unit, Letterkenny General Hospital will take place in the Highlands Hotel, Glenties on Saturday 19th November. Music is by ‘Off the Cuff’. Admission is € 10. Tickets are on sale locally or you can pay at the door.

Sincere sympathy is extended to the relatives and friends of Nancy Mc Grath, Meenahalla, Glenties, who died in The Donegal Hospice, Letterkenny last Sunday 30th October.

Naomh Conaill U-13s
History was made in the Naomh Conaill club last Saturday when the club won its first ever U-13 championship at Division 1 (A Grade). This was achieved by a 3-7 to 3-5 victory over St. Eunan’s Letterkenny at Pairc Taobhoige, Glenfin after a very exciting and tense final with the result in doubt right up till the end. Great credit for this must go to this very dedicated group of young players and their parents. The team is managed and coached by Seosamh Mac Ceallabhuí, who has to be highly commended for his Trojan and committed work with the youth of N. Conaill. Well done to all involved with the team.

Gallen / Boyle Wedding
Michelle Boyle and Paul Gallen were married in St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Friday 14th October 2011. Michelle is a daughter of Phil and Bridie Boyle, Stranaglough, Glenties and Paul is a son of Danny and Susan Gallen, Aghyaran, Co. Tyrone. Fr. Shane Gallagher, Glenties assisted by Fr. John Gilmore, Aghyaran officiated and concelebrated Nuptial Mass. Her father gave the bride away and her sisters, Laura Boyle and Caroline Kee, niece, Lauren Kee and sister-in-law, Belinda Boyle attended her. John Moss, friend of the groom was bestman. Donal Gallen, brother, Terence Gallen and Jason Byrne, friends of the groom were groomsmen. Mathew Madden, nephew of the groom and Ciaran Boyle nephew of the bride were pageboys. Readings were by Bridget Molloy, cousin of the bride and Fiona Gallagher, sister of the groom. Louise and Michael Madden, Ciara and Mairead Mc Devitt read Prayers of the Faithful. Bridie Boyle, mother of the bride and Susan Gallen, mother of the groom brought the Gifts to the Altar. Music and singing was by Bridget Molloy and John F. O’ Donnell. The reception was held in Harvey’s Point, and the honeymoon is being spent cruising.

The winners at the Bingo in the Community Centre, Glenties on Tuesday 25th October were – Bernadette Gallagher, Frosses won the Jackpot of € 400. John Mc Cole, Brigid Mc Cabe, Frosses, Katie Mc Cole, Dungloe, Jean Boyle, Ardara, Julie Langan, Bridget Bonner, Fiona Gallagher, Kitty Ward and Margaret Mc Brearty won € 100 each.
Anne Davison, Burtonport, Faye Moore, Rose Boyle, Burtonport, Mary Boyle, Breege Boyle, May Kennedy, Anne Mc Hugh, Ardara, Philomena Mc Callig and Margaret Murray won € 50 each. Anne Quinn won € 40. Mary Mc Groarty and Maria Boyle won € 25 each.

Table Top Sale
There will be a Table Top Sale in the Glenties Community Centre, next Saturday 5th November from 12 until 4 p.m. Bargains for everyone, so come along and you may pick up one.

Congratulations to Irene Boyle, who recently graduated from N.U.I.G. with Honours Degrees in Sociological and Political Studies and Psychological Studies. Irene is a daughter of Pat and Barbara Boyle, Glen Road, Glenties.