Roscommon Gaels Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot next week’s jackpot is €2,950 and the numbers drawn were 12,15,20,22. The weekly winners were :- Kathy Oates, Creevy; Simon Mc Guinness c/o Down the Hatch; Shane & Sharon c/o The Hyde; Bobby & Maeve Lyons, Athleague.
2016 Awards Presentation Night
We held our Awards Presentation evening in Cartys, Castle St. on Saturday night last, a great social occasion was had by all who attended. A special word of Congratulations to Brendan Penney, Roscommon Gaels player, mentor and supporter on your Hall of Fame award. It was an evening to honour our 1992 Junior Champions who returned to the social to remember the winning of the County Title.
Congratulations to all our members who were presented with their individual awards in recognition for their dedication and commitment to the teams that they were associated with over the last playing season. A special word of congratulations to Anthony Mc Cormack on receipt of the special accolade of Club Person of the Year, Anthony is a worthy recipient who is seen assisting across all areas of the club. Please see details below of the winners and the sponsors the awards. Ongoing thanks to our members and supporters who never fail in their continuing support of our endeavours.
Hall of Fame – Brendan Penney received the Tom Mullen Memorial Trophy (Sponsor – Jimmy Menton)
Club person of the year – Anthony McCormack (Sponsor – Owen Hoare & Family)
Senior Footballer – Liam McNeela (Sponsor – Declan Molloy)
Junior Footballer – Brian McNeela (Sponsor Liam Corcoran & Family)
Young Footballer – James Featherstone (Sponsor – Hession Brothers & Families)
Senior Hurler – David Waldron (Sponsor – John Gillooly)
Young Hurler – Craig Tarmey (Sponsor – Seamus Comiskey & Family)
Junior Camogie Player – Aoife Tully (Sponsor – Peter Mullen)
Young Camogie Player – Lisa Mullen (Sponsor – Keen Print)
Junior Ladies Footballer – Alanna Hanly (Sponsor – Hugh Waters & Family)
Young Ladies Footballer – Emma Feerick (Sponsor – Harry Hoare).
U10 Camogie: Training on Friday evening, at Lisnamult pitches from 6:15pm – 7:30pm, please arrive at 6.10.
The away match v Sylane, Co. Galway is fixed for May 1st at 11.30. We can travel as a group and leave the Hyde at 9.45am on the morning. These matches are all 12-a-side.
A text has been issued to all to check the availability of players, please reply Y is attending. A zero response will assume the player is unavailable. If we have more players available than we can field at any particular match, we will be taking (i) age of player, and (ii) attendance at training, into consideration when selecting players on match days.
U12 Camogie: Training for this group continues on Friday evenings 6.30-7.30pm in Lisnamult with the first blitz of the year scheduled to take place in mid May.
U16 Camogie training will take place in Lisnamult on Wednesdays from 7-8pm and on Saturdays from 11.30am-1pm. We will start on Wednesday 26th April. Please download club youth registration form from web and bring with appropriate fee to training if you’re not already registered. Management will be led by Tom Killion and assisted by Jimmy Brennan, John Casey and Tricia Torpey. Hurleys will be available to buy through Roscommon Gaels club; talk to Tricia or Tom.
Our Under 10 hurling team who played 3 matches in St Domnics on Saturday morning. The boys played very well and showed some fantastic skills in all their games . Training continues every Monday in Lisnamult at 6.30.
U-12 Hurling training continues on Monday evenings at 6.15 p.m. in Lisnamult.
Sadly it was not to be the u14 hurlers day on Saturday last when they defeated by a very powerful and physical Padraig Pearses team in the féile semi-final in Athleague. The match was played in perfect conditions and the Gaels had a good start piling on the pressure on the Pearses defence but sadly failing to convert the chances to scores. Pearses responded and notched up a goal and a point in quick succession. However, some ferocious and brave defending, particularly from Jack Fleming, saw the Gaels keep the Pearses attack out. From this the Gaels pushed up and got three great points, 2 from play and one free to bring themselves back into contention. However, Pearses replied with a further 3 points and saw them go in 1-6 to 0-3 up at half time. The second half saw Pearses really ramp the intensity and there was only so much the Gaels defence could keep out. Pearses forwards got the upper hand and scored 3-7 without reply in the second half.
The Feile place for this game was lost to a very strong and skilled Pearses side. However, the lads will regroup and now face a play-off against Athleague/Tremane for the third and final féile place. The game details are TBC this week.
Cash for Clobber
We are conducting a clothes collection at the moment, we will collect each Sunday evening at the Hyde 8-9pm, and will occassionally be at some training sessions (advance notice will be given). Any REWEARABLE clothes, paired shoes, belts, handbags, curtains, towels, bedlinen,soft toys are accepted. WHERE POSSIBLE PLEASE DONATE AT LEAST 3+ BAGS – THIS REALLY DOES RAISE MUCH NEEDED FUNDS FOR OUR CLUB. Please keep mobile phones & laptops in a separate bag.
Lions Club Walk cards Can all outstanding filled, incomplete or blank Lions club sponsored walk cards and monies please be returned to your team coaches this week as we want to put closure on this event.