Cumann na mBunscoil Boys Football
Ballinagore 6-02 Castletown 3-08
We maintained our unbeaten run in this competition with a hard earned victory against our neighbours Castletown. This was a game of two halves with our boys playing all the football in the first half leading 5-02 to 1-01 at the break. Castletown put the game up to us in the second half with some great scores to claw their way back into the game leaving only one point in it. We struck for a goal with minutes remaining to give us some breathing space before Castletown got the last point of the game to leave us three point winners. Well done to both teams on serving up a very sporting and competitive game in very muddy conditions. Team: Denis Rigney, Conor Robinson, Aaron Jackson, Luke Sinnamon, Patrick Maloney, Hugh Carey, Luke Robinson, Conor Ward, Gavin Ennis, Rhys Gavigan. Subs: Peter Daly, Karl Murtagh, Josh Hynes.
Scór na nÓg Semi Final
We had four acts taking part in the semi-final of this years competition in Milltown on Sunday afternoon. First up was Jemma Seery in solo-singing. Jemma was followed by Shane King in recitation. After the break, we had our Léiriú Novelty Act team of Shane King, Emma King, Jemma Seery, Emer Claffey, Peter Daly, Arianne Daly, Caoimhe Geraghty and Aoife O'Brien. Finally we had our instrumental set consisting of Ellen Daly, Anne Reynolds, Emma O'Brien, Rose Macken and Seán Macken. It has to be said that all the hard work paid off on Sunday as every one of our performers were in top form and they have all qualified for next weekends County final. Well done to all and also to their mentors - Joanne O'Brien, Breda Daly, Shane Heraty, Mark and Aisling King. Well done also to our question time team of Peter Reynolds, Philip Reynolds, Cathal Kelly and Niall Claffey who qualified for the county final on Friday evening in Streamstown. Ballinagore, Bunbrosna and The Downs all came through Friday evenings round and these three will now contest the county final which this year will take place during the main Scór finals. Well done to the lads and their mentor, Shane Heraty. The Scór county final takes place next Sunday, 1st December, at 2pm in The Downs and it would be great if we had a good turnout of support to cheer on our talented kids.
Annual General Meeting
Our AGM takes place in our clubhouse on Sunday 8th December at 8pm. All members are asked to come along to our clubs most important meeting of the year.
Our annual table quiz takes place in The Bodhran on Saturday 30th November. Always a fun and entertaining night. Please help to spread the word and make this years quiz another great success.
Last weeks winning numbers were 7, 8, 10 and 26. We had no Match 3 winners this week. Next weeks Jackpot rises to a very handsome €5500. If you would like to play our weekly lotto then please contact Sean Delaney or Martin McCann who can set you up on some of our easy pay options.
Walking Track Lights
Lights are on around our walking track on Tuesday and Friday nights between 19:00-21:30.
The club extends its deepest sympathy to Carmel Kelly and family on the sad passing of her mother, Julianne Dillon, Clonmacnois. May she Rest in Peace.
Queen of the Land
Our former club secretary, Aoife Deegan, recently represented our Macra club and Westmeath in the Queen of the Land in Tullamore. With her usual bubbly charm, we’ve no doubt Aoife had a great time and made an memorable impression on all. Well done Aoife!
Congratulations to Nikki and Alan Lawlor on the birth of their baby daughter, Fiadh Rose.
If you want to learn how to play or improve on the guitar, Ballinagore footballer Niall Kelly, of Ruaile Buaile fame, can help you reach your goal. For lessons contact Niall on 0868613172.Tweet