National GAA Draw
Tickets for this draw are on sale locally for €10. There are some great prizes and all goes to the Club.
Congratulations to Sinéad McLoughlin and her partner Martin on the birth of their beautiful baby girl Sadie last week. Our Chairman Padraig and his wife Claire's first grandchild.
The Beirne family are keeping Mohill on the map with great performances in Ireland's Fittest Family on RTE at 6.30 on Sundays
St Manchan's have qualified for the Under 21final which takes place in Pairc Seán on Sunday next at 2pm. On Sunday last they played St Brigid's and it was another cracker of a game with good clean physical football played by both teams. St Brigids were minus their two County stars and Mohill played without Liam Rowley. Our scorers were, Keith Beirne 0-8, Fiacra McGuinness 2-2, Ronan Gordon 0-1, Oisín Madden 0-1, Ethan Harkin 0-1, Keith Keegan 0-1, Jordan Reynolds 0-1, OG.
PJ Carroll RIP
Former publican PJ Carroll who was laid to rest in Mohill last week. His boys Peter, Seamus, Cathal, Fergus, Cyril and Jarlath have all donned the green jersey of Mohill and continue to support us in all our fundraising from the US. To his dear wife Kitty and his boys we send our deepest sympathy.
Congratulations to Liam Rowley who played in the Universities League All Ireland final where his college RCSI beat DCU, a first for the college in serious competition. Unfortunately Liam got injured towards the end of the game and St Manchan's were without his services on Sunday last
Girls Under 16
The Under 16 girls keep the flag flying when they beat St Brigids in the Under 16 Shield final at the weekend. The girls have contested four finals this year and the future looks good. The team on Fridaywas, Chloe Mulligan, Ellen McGuinness, Rose Reynolds, Sophie Ferns, Emily Harkin, Sinéad McNabola, Niamh Beirne and Sarah Doyle were joint captains, Allanah McGuinness, Rachel Stenson, Sarah Boyle, Laura Casey, Kate McGuinness, April Doyle, Sarah Murphy, Geraldine Reynolds and Aobha Macklin. Bella Rowley and Sarah Dugdale were out with injuries on the day. Well done to Simon and Siobhán McGuinness who trained the girls all year.