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Naomh Conaill Club Notes 16th April 2013

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 10,18,21 and 28.Two prizes of €50 each went to Richie Quigley Stonepark and Hugh Boyle Glen Road. Next weeks jackpot is €6,200.

The club is currently running a draw. 1st prize 2 All Ireland Football tickets, overnight accomadation in The Hartcourt hotel and €500 spending money. 2nd prizes 2 tickets for the Donegal v Tyrone game. Tickets are €3 each or 2 for €5. Tickets are available from club members. Please support.

The U-14’s showed another great display of football last Tuesday when they overcame Naomh Mhuire 4-13 to 1-05. They continued there good form on Monday when they overcame Four Masters 0-10 to 7-11. Next Monday 22nd April sees the start of the U14 Championship Division 1 Group A. Naomh Conaill are away to Bundoran at 7.30pm

The minors had a great victory over St Johns at home on Friday night. Naomh Conaill 2-12 1-08 St Johns. On Monday night they continued there winning ways with a victory over Naomh Brid/Pettigo 4-10 to 3-05. Next Monday 22nd April they are away to Aodh Ruadh(Ballyshannon) at 7pm.

The reserves and seniors made the long trip to Malin last Sunday. The reserves had a comfortable win Malin 0-05 2-11 Naomh Conaill. The seniors were unlucky with Malin scoring a late goal to win by the narrowest of margins Malin 2-04 0-09 Naomh Conaill. This Friday 19th the seniors are home to Gweedore at 7pm.

Naomh Conaill Club Notes 9th April 2013

The club have launched a draw and the 1st prize is 2 All Ireland Football tickets,overnight accommodation in The Hartcourt Hotel and 500 Euro spending money and the 2nd prize is 2 tickets for the Donegal v Tyrone game. Tickets are 3 Euro or 2 for 5 Euro. Please support.

The reserves were unluckly to lose at home against Four Masters 1-9 to 2-8 last Saturday evening. Four Masters won the game scoring a penalty in injury time. The reserves and seniors are away to Malin this Sunday starting at 1.30pm and 3pm.

The minors are at home to St Johns this Friday evening at 7pm.

The U14s are away to Four Masters next Monday at 7pm.

Well done to Caolan Bonner who was the winner of the clubs Last Man Standing after picking Southampton to win last weekend.

Naomh Conaill Club Notes 2nd November 2012

Good luck to the senior team and their management in the County Final this Sunday in MacCumhaill park when they take on St Eunans. Please come along and support the boys.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 1,16,19 and 21. Two prizes of €50 went to Cormac Kelly Quinn Mully and Mary E Bonner Glen Road. Next weeks jackpot is €3,800.

Commiserations to the reserve team who were beaten by Four Masters in the championship semi final. Naomh Conaill 1-01 0-06 Four Masters.

Well done to the minor team who overcame St Johns in the regional semi final on Monday. Naomh Conaill 3-03 1-08 St Johns.

The clubs AGM will take place in the clubhouse on Friday 23rd November at 8.00pm. Nominations and motion forms are available from The Co-Op Glenties, Maxwells Ballinamore or Muriel Hegarty.

A full range of club merchandise is now available in the Co-Op Glenties and Maxwells Ballinamore.

Naomh Conaill Club Notes 28th September 2011

Congratulations to the Donegal senior team on winning the All Ireland Football final over Mayo. This was a very proud day for the club having so many lads involved in the team- manager Jim Mc Guinness, players Leo, Anthony, Dermot & Marty, kit man Joe and Charles.Well done boys on your great achievement.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 5,6,9 and 16. Two prizes of €50 went to Phil Mc Kelvey C/O Glenties Day Centre and Angela Callaghan Kilraine. Next weeks jackpot is €3,300.

The U-13 had a very comprehensive victory over Dungloe last Friday.

The minor regional semi final game against St Johns that was due to be played last Friday was cancelled. No date has yet been set for the game.

Congratulations to the Senior team who won the Patsy Brogan Memorial Tournament final in Donegal Town last Wednesday when they defeated Killybegs 1-13 to 0-12. Well done also to Daragh Gallagher who was received Man of the Match.

The Donegal senior championship 1st round 1st leg takes place this weekend. Both the seniors and reserves are home to St Nauls on Sunday. The reserve game is at 1.30pm followed by the senior game at 3.00pm.

The U-13 girls beat Carndonagh in the Group A County Semi Final in Killygordon last Wednesday. They are now through to the County Final which will take place in the next couple of weeks.

The minor girls won their game against Gweedore, their next game is against Naomh Mhuire.

Naomh Conaill Notes 27th September 2011

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 3,9,12,27. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Marion Mc Daid, Dunfanaghy and Theresa Cunningham, Ard Patrick. This weeks jackpot is 8,500 Euro.

Good luck to the minors who play Ardara in the Regional final this Sunday morning at 11am in Donegal Town. They reached the final after a comprehensive victory over St Johns last Friday night in Ardara.

The U13s win away to Four Masters last Saturday morning. They were due to Bundoran at home on Wednesday 28th Sept.

The seniors put in a very impressive display away to Malin in the league last Saturday evening winning 4-11 to 1-10. The 3rd team made their exit from the championship going down 0-10 to 0-4 against Naomh Ultan in Ardara last Saturday evening.

Tickets for the club draw are now on sale at 5 Euro each or 3 tickets for 10 Euro. The 1st prize is 1,000 Euro,2nd prize 42 inch Flat Screen TV, 3rd prize Laptop Computer, 4th prize Digital Camera, 5th prize 100 Euro.

There will be a club meeting in the clubhouse this Monday night at 8pm.

Naomh Conaill Notes 6th September 2011

Pride of place this week must go to our U10s who won the Dessie Hill/Jimmy Mc Cool Tournament hosted by the St Theresa club in Belfast last Saturday. A strong selection of teams from Belfast,Ulster and as far away as Dublin participated. Naomh Conaill were drawn in group A with St Brigid’s (with a certain Joe Brolly mentoring!), St Endas and host club St Teresa’s. This turned out to be the group of death with all four teams making the cup final and the shield final at the end of the day.They lost the first game against St Brigids in a very low scoring affair 0-2 to 0-1 but had good victories against St Endas and St Theresa. On the way to the final they also defeated St Comgalls(Antrim) and Gort na Mona from Belfast scoring a total of 9-23 and only conceded 1-4. This set up a rematch with St Brigids in the final who narrowly defeated St Eunans in the semi final. In a magnificent final Naomh Conaill emerged victorious 3-4 to 2-4. Well done to Amy Carr who was named player of the tournament scoring 4-4 over the day.We would like to thank the St Theresa club and Jeoff Murray who accompanied the team to his home club and made us feel very welcome.

Well done to Jack Flannery who finished 2nd in the county in the U12 county skills competition held in Convoy last Friday.

The U16s came from 10 points down against Gweedore in the Co Final last Wednesday evening in Letterkenny. The replay is provisionally fixed for this Sunday.

The minors beat St Johns 1-13 to 1-12 in Fintra in the 2nd leg of the championship last Monday evening. Both teams must meet again in a play off.

The 3rds must meet Naomh Ultan again after coming out on top in a very exciting finish with Hugh Breslin scoring a penalty with the kick of the game to clinch victory by 2 points.

The senior beat Cloughaneely 3-13 to 2-11 in the league last Saturday evening in Falcaragh.

Hard luck to the ladies who were beat by Cloghaneely in co final last Sunday in Convoy.

Anyone interested in the 200 club should contact any club officer.

There was no winner of last weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 21,23,25,28. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Colette Gallagher, Church Road and David Gallagher, The Rock. This weeks jackpot is 8,200 Euro

Naomh Conaill Notes 31st August 2011

Commiserations to Jim and the Donegal team on losing to Dublin last Sunday in the All Ireland semi final in Croke Park.

There was no winner of last weeks club lotto. The numbers drawn were 1,4,8,11. Two prizes of 50 Euro went to Aine Mc Nelis, Derries and PJ Furey, Mullnamore. This weeks jackpot is 8,100 Euro.

Well done to the U14s who beat Glenfin in the co semi final last Friday and we wish them luck in the co final against St Eunans which is due to be played next Wednesday evening in Ballybofey.

Good luck also to the ladies who play Cloughaneely in the co final replay this Sunday in Convoy at 2pm.

The minors are away to St Johns in Fintra next Monday at 7pm.

Anyone interested in joining the 200 club should contact any club officer before next Monday. There will be a club meeting in the clubhouse next Monday night at 9pm and all 200 club sheets should be returned at the meeting.