St Aidans club notes

September 10, 2018

Parish Lotto

Results

Numbers Drawn

2 - 18 - 20 - 22

NO JACKPOT WINNER - 1 match 3's €200 each

1. Valerie Lynch, Ballyforan

Next weeks Jackpot 3,600.

Fit 4 Life

F4L will recommence Tuesday 18th September. Registration from 8.00pm in the clubhouse. Cost is €40 for 14 weeks Tuesdays and Thursdays, 28 sessions. Open to all fitness levels.

Bucket Collection

We would like to thank everyone who gave up their time and who supported the Bucket Collection at Supervalu, Monksland last week. All funds will go towards the club development.

 

U12's

Our U12's had a great win today in Division 5. Final score Aidan's 16, Brigids 15. Well done to the team and their mentors.

Team Ethan kelly,Oisin Hynes, Larcan Keane Sean Scott, David Mannion, Eoin Dolan, Eoghan Morris, Adam Kenny, Joe Kenny, Ronan Fallon, Cathal Kennedy, Jamie kelly, Oisin Finneran, Sean Mannion, Conor Morris, Michael Dunning.

 

Intermediates

The Intermediates were defeated in the Championship on Saturday evening against Eire Og in Creggs. Final score 1-08 to 0-08.

They are out again in the Championship at the weekend - see fixtures. It is a must win match to avoid the relegation play off.

 

U16's

Well done to our U16s who won their play off V St Michaels on Sunday morning. It was a fantastic team performance.

They are now through to the Championship Div 2 Semi final. Final score 5-08 to 0-07. Congratulations to the team and their mentors

 

U10, U8, U6's

There was a fantastic turn out on Sunday morning in Ballyforan with over 100 children turning up  for the U10, U8 & U6's games against St Brendans, Ballygar.

Our U10's  drew the series with St Brendans with some great matches. Our U8's and U6's done very well. We would like to thank everyone who brought refreshments on the day and to everyone who helped organise the morning. It is great to see such a turn out from children and parents alike. 

 

 

U14's

Hard luck to our U14's who were knocked out the Championship last Thursday in the Semi Final against Tulsk.

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Parish Lotto Results 7th August 2018

Numbers

Drawn

2-12-15-16

No

Jackpot winner - 5 match 3's €40 each. 1. Mary Galvin, Mount Talbot. 2. Padraig Kelly, Curnalee. 3. Conor Coyle, Four Roads. 4. Maria Buckley, Athlone. 5. Padraig Kelly, Curnalee.

 

Next weeks Jackpot is €15,400

Friends of St Aidan's Quarterly Draw Winners 5th Prize: €30 One4All voucher Michael Carty

4th Prize: €50 Ganlys voucher Joe Moore

3rd Prize: All Ireland hurling ticket Cathal Kelly

2nd Prize: All Ireland Football ticket Donna Kelly

1st Prize: All Ireland Football ticket Shane Byrne

Huge congratulations to all.

Intermediate League St Aidan's V Castlerea The Intermediates kept up their good form in the League with a hard fough draw against Castlerea on Friday evening last. In what was a tough encounter the final score line was 1-11 each. All the focus is now

on the Championship where they play St Brigids B in Knockcroghery next Saturday evening at 5.15pm.

U16's St Aidan's V Strokestown Our U16's had a good win over Strokestown in Ballyforan on Sunday morning. It was a great team performance with everyone of the lads playing well. Well done to all involved. Panel Kyle Kelly, Enda Clogher, Padraig Kelly,

Ben Kelly, James Mannion, Jordan Kennedy, Mikey Lohan, Trevor Fallon, Ciaran Fallon,

David Gacquin, Sean Lynch, Daniel Kelly, Dara Finneran, Cormac Mulry, Adam Cummins,Conor Dolan, Dillon Treacy



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