09 August 2011 - The seniors played out a hard fought but merited 2 points

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The All-Ireland semi final on Sunday August 28th against Dublin promises to be a great occasion, ticket details are as follows; Lower Cusack, Lower Hogan and Lower Davin all €40, Hill €25, Juvenile €5 (Note that Juveniles must be accompanied by an adult.) Senior citizens and Students (Cusack & Davin stands only) €25 concession refunds will be available on match day from Block D turnstiles at rear of Cusack stand prior to entry. Wheelchair and Attendant passes €40.

Orders should be placed with the club secretary by next Wednesday 17th August at 9 o'clock. As was the case for the recent quarter finals only one order from the club will be accepted so therefore it is vital that anybody requiring tickets has their order placed by the deadline as we will not be in a position to order any more tickets after this date.

The seniors played out a hard fought but merited 2 points win over local rivals Naomh Bríd in the championship play-off on Sunday evening last in Tirchonaill Park. It proved to be a ding dong battle with the result in doubt up until the final whistle of extra time. Well done to players and management on getting through to play Aodh Ruadh in the first round proper. Many thanks to our supporters who turned out in great numbers and contributed a lot to the win. Many thanks also to Four Masters club and officials for their hospitality and organizational skills.

There are no fixtures available, at time of writing, for this weekend, see fixtures section of local papers just in case.

Our under 21s are drawn to play Robert Emmetts away on Tuesday next (16th Aug) at 7 o'clock in the championship.

There was no winner of last weekend's Slotto jackpot, winners of 40 Euro each for nearest to correct sequence were Patrick Breslin, Lower Glencoagh and Chris Darby, Station Road, sequence drawn was 7-5-1-4-3-6 & 2. This weekend's jackpot will be 1,280 Euro.