This weeks lotto numbers were 3,8,10,25, there was no Jackpot winner and three match 3 winners, Pat Kane c/o J. Conway, Celestine McNeil c/o T. O'Connor and Norah Daly c/o Shaun Martin. Next weeks Jackpot is €15,000 and draw takes place in Fergies.
Our U14 Footballers play in the National Feile Finals last weekend, the were based at Longstone GAA in the Mourne Mountains in Co. Down. We had three great days at Feile topping our group and reaching the semi final. The boys winning all their group games against Castleweelan, Arklow both on Friday and our host club Longstone in Saturday morning. Then Saturday afternoon beat Rostrevor in the quarter finals before going down by a point to Padraig Sarsails of Antrim in the semi final. This was a great weekend for the club and the boys not only on the playing field but the made good friends for Longstone and had other activities, one of the highlights been our time on the beach relaxing Saturday eveningafter our games. So many people to thank, the parent that helped fundraise for this and that travel to cheer on the boys, the management team that put in so much with theses boys. Longstone GAA who were the perfect hosts and treated us so well and made it so memorable for us. And especially the 34 boys the represent us so well, you are a credit to our club, your family's and to yourself, we are so proud of you.
Both our senior teams are back in Champions action this coming week. With our hurlers first out in the Senior B Championship on Wednesday 4th Julyin BNM O'Connor Pk. against Ballinamere at 8pm. Our senior footballers are out on Sunday 8th also in BNM O'Connor Pk at 3:30 against Ferbane. Best of luck to both teams and let's get out and support them.
Well done to our Junior hurlers who made it 2 wins from 2 in this years JHC following a 3-14 to 4-6 win over a good St Rynaghs team in a sun drenched Banagher on Sunday afternoon. The home side lead by 2 points at the break on a score line of 3-3 to 1-7, with the Tullamore goal coming from Eddie Finnerty. Tullamore had played fairly well in the opening half but some missed scoring opportunities ensured the home side remained in the lead when Martin Walsh's whistle sounded. Tullamore were the better side when the game resumed, and even when reduced to 14 men Tullamore never looked in doubt, and a goal each from Finnerty and Colm Woodlock helped to ensure a 5 point victory for Tullamore. Tullamore will look forward to their next outing of the campaign in 2 weeks time, and with a number of players set to return to the squad who were unavailable for this afternoons game, competition will be great amongst the squad.
Team and Subs: Paul Kelly; Cathal Mannion, Mark Grennan, Darragh Connolly; Jamie Coyne (captain), Aaron Leavy, Dylan Hensey; Michael Buckley, Tom Digan; Mark Egan, Calvin Mooney (0-2), Cody Hensey (0-1); Danny Kelly (0-3), Eddie Finnerty (2-6) Colm Woodlock (1-1). Benny Leonard, Damien Fox, Damien Lawlor (0-1), Nigel Mannion, Johnno Kinahan, Vinny Lambe.
The under 7s had their first home football blitz of the year tonight in Dr. Kelly's field. The boys had some great games against rhode and Gracefield . Thanks to Seány and all the coaches and mammies and daddies who helped out. These young boys are improving every week and are so well behaved they are a credit to their families
Under 15 football league white group final. Tullamore 10:20 Rhode 0:07 both teams short a few regulars but our lads put in a great nights work to come out convincing winners.