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Annaghdown GAA Club News 26th Sept

November 8, 2018

This weeks Lotto winning numbers were  4, 10, 15 & 22 and we had no jackpot winner. There were seven match 3’s :- P.J.Newell Toneguarane, Ita Scully Clonboo, Noeleen Prendergast c/o Peggys, Claire Leonard Drumgfiffin, Mary Laffey c/o W Dowd, M.J.Greaney Kilgill and John Walsh c/o P Craven B.N.M.  Declan Regan, Clonboo won the promoters prize and next weeks jackpot is €8950 with the draw in the Clubhouse on Monday night Oct 1st
We had our first win in the Senior Football League when we defeated Mountbellew-Moylough on Sunday on the score line of 0-14 to 2-6, we lead at the break by 0-9 to 1-4 with our first scores coming from Frankie Burke 0-5, Damien Burke 0-2 and a point each from Michael Melia and Anthony Pender. After the break we increased our lead with Frankie scoring after one minute and the same player added three more points with Anthony Pender scoring our other point.  We now are on four points with games to come against Cortoon Shamrocks and Corofin at home while we have to travel to An Chreathru Rua to play the Connemara side.  The team was Padraic O’Neill, Benny Newell, Adrian Fitzpatrick, Martin O’Neill, Mathias Coleman, Shane Collier, Fergal Doherty, Niall Coleman, Anthony Pender, Michael Melia, Kevin Keane, Brian Qualter, Damien Burke, Wesley Fallon and Frankie Burke. Sub used Aidan Burke.
There will be an Under-Age meeting in the Clubhouse on Tuesday October 2nd at 8.30pm.  All managements and anybody interested in underage are asked to to attend.
In Junior C Hurling championship semi-final a late Portumna point levelled the game at 2-11 each. We played with the elements in the first half and got a good start when Tomas Burke scored an early goal. Portumna a physical experienced side drew level when they scored a penalty. Annaghdown lead at the break 1-7 to 1-5. Second half was end to end stuff and a Pa Murphy goal had Annaghdown in control until the last ten minutes when Portumna hit the net to leave only a point in it. It ended level when Portumna were awarded a dubious late free which they converted.  Team was: Padjoe Fahy, Marc Connaughton, Kenny Leonard, Eoin Murtagh, Reggie Burke, Carl Leonard (0-1), John King (0-1), Viv Silke (0-1), Ronnie Newell, Rob Mulryan, Pa Murphy (1-1), Christy Burke, Aidan Connaughton (0-1), Ciaran O'Connor (0-5) and Thomas Burke capt. (1-1). Subs used: Fergus Fahy, Paul Walsh & Enda Mullarkey.
Junior Hurling semifinal replay this Saturday at 3.00pm in Clarenbridge.  Minor Hurlers face Ahascragh/Fohenagh in the minor hurling  quarter-final replay on Sunday at 12noon in Abbeyknockmoy.
Under 8's football match against Tuam is in Cregg pitch on Sunday next, all players are asked to be at the pitch at 10:30 am.
All sold yearly lotto tickets to be returned to the pitch this Sunday morning
Ladies Football
It was a disappointing week in the office for Annaghdown ladies  football last week. Firstly our U16's suffered defeat against a strong Glenamaddy side in the Championship semi-final on Monday night, then on Tuesday evening  the U 12's travelled to Moycullen and they also were defeated.
In the U12 game Moycullen had started well, but we fought back and were only two
points down at half time.  However Moycullen came out all guns blazing in the second half and we never recovered. Well done to the U12's in progressing to that stage!

The U 14's travelled to Caherlistrane on Thursday evening for the replay of the quarter final of the Championship.  We started well and continued to lead for most of the first half but Caherlistrane drew level just before half time.  They started the econd half well and it was nip and tuck between both sides up to the final whistle but alas Caherlistrane progressed to the semi-finals! The effort, commitment and spirit of the players and Tom, their manager was very evident on the night - a fine display of football girls!
Our Minors began their Championship hopes on Tuesday evening where they met Glinsk in Cregg - full results next week.

Our Intermediates are into the League Final where they will meet Tuam/Cartoon - date and venue as yet to be confirmed!

The Maureen Faherty Memorial Cup will be played this Sunday 30th Sept at 12.15p.m. In Cregg.  All u10's and U12's are asked to be in attendance.  After the match they are being brought on their annual outing - please bring €2 for the bus.
 

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