Elphin Tansey Cup: Elphin 2-17, Kilmore 0-07. The junior team produced an impressive display to overcome neighbours Kilmore in the fourth round of the current league campaign. Team: Shane Reynolds; Martin Brady, Gerry Gunn, Martin Cregg; Kevin Beirne, Kevin Byrne, Michael Kielty; Brian Cregg, Brendan Neary; Niall Travers, Fintan Cregg, Frankie Cregg; Sean O’Beirne, Chris Roddy, Matt Hynes. Substitutions: Alan Beirne, John Martin, Ronan Collins, Davin Tansey. The team are due to play Fuerty next weekend. See fixtures for details. There was no winner in last week’s club lotto. The numbers were 3, 12, 15 & 20.The €25 winners were Adrain Carroll, Elphin, Barbara Taylor, Scurmore, Francis Brennan, Creeve and Nicola Beirne, Aughrim. Fixtures for the senior team for the weekend are unclear at time of going to press due to Roscommons involvement in the league semi-final. They will be publicised when available. A ‘Spring Clean’ planned for Orchard Park on Saturday next is now subject to match arrangements. Further information will issue during the week. St. Michaels The Greenbelt sponsored intermediate team had their third league win in succession when they easily accounted for Strokestown at Ardcarne Park on Saturday evening. The next league game is against St Ronans next weekend – see fixtures for details. Our U-16’s maintained their unbeaten record in their competition by drawing with Ballinameen in Ballinameen on Friday evening. Training continues for U-16’s on Monday and Wednesday at 7p.m. The next game is due this coming weekend – see fixtures. Kilmore Our junior team lost to Elphin at the weekend. The Senior team are due to play St. Aidan’s at the weekend, see fixtures for details. Minor-Our under 11 team lost to Fenagh in the Kilglass tournament last Saturday. They have a game on Tuesday 17/4/07 in Annaduff at 7 o’clock against Annnaduff. The National Automation sponsored under 16 team defeated St. Ronan’s in the league, and they play St. Barry’s in Tarmonbarry next Sunday @ 12 noon. Training continues for the under 14 team on this Thursday evening @ 7 o’clock. St. Faithleach’s O’Rourke Cup: We play against St. Barrys next weekend – See fixtures for details. Tansey Cup: We played against Boyle on Saturday last in Kilteevan. Final Score – St. Faithleachs 0-14 Boyle 0-8. Team: S. Connor, A. Guinan, J. Vesey, D. McCormack, P. Cox, J. Brehon, J. Connor, P. Hunt, M. Reynolds (0-2), D. Hussey (0-5), G. McGrath(0-2), S. Ormsby (0-3), F. McCormack, D. Rooney (0-1), P. Flynn (0-1). Subs – D. Dunne, M. Manning, J. Leonard. Next weekend we play against St. Aidans. See fixtures for details. Cloontuskert on the death of Maisie Murphy. To Mary, Bernadette, Denis, Jude, Joseph, Liam & Seamus, grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends. The Club extends deepest sympathy to the Furey family, Curraghroe on the death of Mary Furey. Padraig Pearses Tansey Cup (Junior A) result: Kilbride 0-7 Pearses 0-7. Next week’s fixtures (all to be confirmed): O’Rourke Cup: Pearses v Elphin, in Elphin time and date to be confirmed. Junior B championship: Pearses v St Brigids, Wednesday 18 th April in Pairc an Piarsaigh 7.15pm. Mid-South Div 4 league (Junior B): Pearses v St Dominics, Friday 20 th April in Knockcroghery 7.15pm. U-16 League: Pearses v St Brigids, Sunday 18 th April in Pairc an Piarsaigh 12.00pm. Padraig Pearses Golf Society: The next meeting of the Padraig Pearses Golf Society will take place in Ballinasloe Golf Club next Friday afternoon 20 th April, tee off times 2.30 to 4.30 rules will be 18 holes Stableford, timesheet will be on display in Pearses clubhouse. Castlerea St. Kevin’s We extend good wishes for a speedy recovery to our secretary for the past four years Tom Goodwin who is recovering after a recent illness. Tom has been one of the hardest working members in the club over the past number of years and all club members were shocked to learn of his sickness; hopefully it will not be long before Tom is back cheering on St Kevin’s — now that Offaly are out of the equation! We also extend good wishes to Seamus Stenson who is recovering after surgery on the troubled shoulder that has kept him out of football for the past two years. Seamus will not play any football in 2007 but hopefully by early 2008 he will be back to full fittness. All club members were saddened to learn of the untimely death of Hughie Gaynor, Knockroe early last week; Hugh was a prominent underage player with Castlerea St Kevin’s in the late eighties and early nineties and also played minor football for Roscommon in 1990; he was brother of former Castlerea St. Kevin’s and Roscommon footballer Pat Gaynor; we extend sincere sympathy to the Gaynor family on their tragic loss. We also extend sincere sympathy to Michael and Claire Morgan, Cashel Park on the death of Michael’s sister, Moira Gilleran in Roscommon. Our Clasby Beale Associates sponsored intermediate team played Clan na Gael senior team on Saturday evening last in Johnstown, and despite loosing on a 3-13 to 1-14 scoreline the team can be proud of their performance; the game was lost in a three minute spell immediately before halftime when 3 goals and 2 points were conceded; the team was G. Bruen, B. Egan, D. Flannery, S. Raftery, E. Creaton, C. Dineen, D. Creaton, D. Mahoney, P. Lavin, N. Ward, G. McDonagh, (0-2) S. Ryan, B. O’Regan, (0-1) D. Duggan (1-11) and A. Gunning; subs used R. Curran an D. Drury Our Gilmartin’s Cash & Carry sponsored senior team are scheduled to play Strokestown away on Saturday evening next; presently there is uncertaintity over this fixture because of Roscommon’s progress to the league playoffs which are also scheduled for this weekend. St. Josephs The club are holding a table quiz on Friday 20th April at 9.30 pm sharp in Paddy Finn’s pub. Each club member are asked to have a team of four people. Numerous spot prizes on the night. Please support. An enjoyable night guaranteed! Team Manager John Gillooly has finalised his management team. Both Larry Brennan and Jimmy Reynolds will serve as selectors. We wish them all the best! On Saturday evening last we were defeated by St. Aidan’s in the Tansey Cup on a scoreline of 2-8 to 1-8. Both teams started off well, with good scores from each side. The half-time scoreline favoured the home team who led 1-4 to 0-4 at the break. St. Joseph’s started positively in the second half, scoring three points in succession. Although the teams were level entering the final minutes, St. Aidans scored a goal with practically the last kick of the game to secure victory. Best for St. Joseph’s were David Gibbons in goal, John Gilleran and Declan Donlon in defence. The team lined out as follows: David Gibbons, John Gilleran, Shane Gilleran, Declan Donlon, Thomas Gilleran, Paul Gilleran, Stephen Reynolds, Fergal Towey (0-1), Peter Gillooly (1-1), Brian Carroll, John Gillooly (0-1), Colin McElvanney (0-1), John O’Keeffe (0-1 free), Dominic Gillooly (0-2), Ronan Beirne (0-1 free). Sub used: Mark Gilleran. A minute’s silence was observed for Fr. Brian Horan R.I.P., Parish Priest of Kilteevan, who died suddenly on Thursday last. Fr. Horan was a kind and gentle man, who will be sadly missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace. The club extends deepest sympathy to the Gilleran family on the recent bereavement of Moira Gilleran R.I.P., Golf Links Road, Roscommon. We will play away to Padraig Pearses next weekend in the Tansey Cup. Please check fixtures for the date and time. Your support would be appreciated. St. Barry’s Bowling night.-A bowling night which took place last Friday night was a great success. Congrats to Martin Shiel and the gang from Strokestown GAA who scooped the first prize of €400. Also congrats to all other winners. A word of thanks to the organisers for putting together the night’s entertainment. Ladies A.G.M.-The Ladies AGM will take place on Monday, 23rd April in the clubhouse. Time of meeting is 8 pm. Under 12 training.-Training for under 12’s boys and girls takes place every Wednesday at 7pm at the pitch. Please note time and day. U14 Girls football-Training has commenced on Monday evenings at the pitch for girls who wish to play under 14 this year. Time of training is 7 pm. Well done Rossies-Well done to Ros on their win over Offaly last Sunday, a huge relief for John Maughan and the selectors, and now its off to Croke Park for the Division 2 semi-finals. Lotto Results.-The draw took place in The Lodge. Numbers drawn were 24,7,10,,15. No jackpot winner. Next week’s draw takes place in Leavy’s and the jackpot will be €3,200. Boyle The Junior Team put in a good performance against Kiltevan last Saturday last evening but unfortunately the result went against us. Final score Kilteevan 0.14 Boyle 0.8. The Intermediate suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Tulsk last Sunday morning. See Match report for details. O’Gara Cup result from Good Friday, Clanna Gael 1.12 Boyle 0.11. Tansey Cup result from Easter Saturday. Boyle 2.2 Elphin 1.12. The 2000 Members Draw was postponed on Easter Sunday. The Club are awaiting tickets a number of tickets to be returned. The draw will now take place on Friday May 4th at 9.00 pm in the Royal Hotel. A meeting of ticket sellers will take place on this Friday evening April 20th at 9.00 pm in the Royal Hotel. It is imperative that we have a full attendance and that all tickets are returned. Thank-you to all who have supported the draw so far. Boyle GAA would like to congratulate Dermot Earley on his recent promotion to Chief of the Defence Forces. Dermot has always been a great friend to the Club and we wish him every success in his new role. Kilglass Gaels Training: Ladies Intermediate on Fridays at 7.p.m. U10 &U11 Boys & Girls on Fridays at 7p.m. Minor Boys on Wednesday at 6.30 p.m. Fixtures: U14 Girls: Kilglass -v- St. Barrys in Kilglass at 6.30 Mon. 16th. All players must be at pitch at 6 p.m. Rooskey Transport U16 boys: Kilglass -v- St. Dominics in Knockcroghery on Monday 16th at 7.15p.m. Players to be at the pitch at 6.45. Meetings: ‘Mock Wedding’ meeting on Tues. 17th at 8.30p.m. in clubrooms. A good attendance would be appreciated. Roscommon County Board Monster Draw: Tickers are now on sale – contact Seamus Nugent, Tommy Cox or any club official. Have you an hour to spare to help out? There will be a ‘Clean up & Tidy up’ at the pitch and clubrooms on Friday 20th at 6p.m. and Sat. 21st from12 noon in preparation for the ‘Mock Wedding’. If you are unable to attend next weekend, the same schedule will apply each weekend in April. As this event is fast approaching, all help, young and old, would be greatly appreciated. Please note that from Saturday 14th April, Bingo will take place in the Kon-Tiki. KILGLASS Gaels GAA Club: Bingo continues as usual in The Kon-Tiki on Sat 14th at 9p.m. Come along – your luck might just be in!! Roscommon Gaels Senior Football-Our senior team play Kilbride in the O’ Rourke Cup on Friday night next at 8.45 pm in Kilbride. Training continues on Wednesday at 7.30 pm in St. Croans. Our junior team had a well-deserved win over Kilbride last week-end. Score Roscommon Gaels 2-8, Kilbride 0-10. Panel: R. O’Connor, M. Molloy, F. Reilly, M. Sharkey, P. Gleeson, P. Nolan, P Mullen, F. Noone, F. Gleeson, P Allen, S Naughton, R. O’Gara, F. Lally, C. Doolin, R. Oates, L. McNeela, A. Voght. The next game is this league is v Padraig Pearses next weekend (See fixtures list for details). Senior Hurling-Training continues on Wednesday and Saturday as arranged. Our U 12 Footballers play Clonglish on Wednesday next (tomorrow) 18 th . Bus leaving the Hyde at 6.15pm. The club extends sincere sympathy to the Gilleran family, Golf Links Road on the recent untimely death of Moira. There was no winner of the €3,250 lotto Jackpot last weekend. The numbers drawn were 1,9,14,19 The €30 winners were Anne Hanley C/o Magnums Anita Turley C/o J Igoe P Keegan C/o J Igoe Jennifer Blake, Ballygar Michael and Peter Somers C/o J Igoe Next week’s jackpot will be €3,400. St. Dominics The monthly meeting of the History Committee takes place on Thurday Night the 19 th April at 9 pm in the Meeting Room. A meeting of the Minor Football Club takes place on Tuesday Night 24 th April at 9 pm in the Meeting Room. Just a reminder that our Golf Classic takes place on this Sat 21 st April in Roscommon. There are just a few slots still available and if interested contact Eddie Miley as soon as possible. Anyone interested in sponsoring a Tee Box or a prize can also do so by contacting Eddie and would be very much appreciated by the Club. The Club held a very enjoyable outing in Glasson on Saturday last. Twenty eight players took part in glorious sunshine and the results were as follows Category 1-Willie Doyle, Category 2-P Walsh, Category 3-M.Dolan Ladies-Michael Dolan, and New Golfers Liam Murphy. Presentation of Prizes took place on the night in The Clay Pipe. The Club wish a speedy recovery to Aoran Clogher who was taken ill recently. Aoran was part of the Dominics Management Team in 2006 and 2007. Oran Oran play Kilbride next weekend in the 6th round of the Tansey Cup and in the 3rd Round of Division 4 of the league. Training continues on Tuesdays at 8 pm in Rockfield. Tansey Cup last weekend. Oran 0 10 Kilglass Gaels 1 10. Oran team: D. McDermott, J. Monaghan, S. Staunton, G. Maguire, C. Mee, D. Beirne, N. Mullen, G. Fallon, J. Garvey, I. Connelly, L. Hoban, M. Monaghan, D. Harrington, F. Quine, C. Maguire. Subs: P. Crehan, D. Kenny, P. Hannon. Eire Og Congratulations to Joe Regan of Ballaghaderreen who won the club lotto on Easter Sunday night. The cheque for €15,400 was presented to Joe at James Timothy Memorial Park on Saturday evening before the Eire Og vs St Ronans match. Well done to the Intermediate team on a good performance when they overcame St. Ronans on Saturday evening last. U 12 training continues on Friday evenings at 7 pm at the pitch and the U 12 team play Ballyhaunis in a challenge match on Monday evening next at 6.30 pm at the pitch be there at 6pm. There was great delight throughout the parish at the news that Gortaganny native Dermot Earley would replace Lt. General Jim Shreenan as Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces. It is a great achievement for Dermot who will replace the Ballymote native in June. We send our congratulations to Dermot and all his family. Another occasion for celebration in the parish this weekend was the news that Eoghan Flanagan won an All-Ireland boxing title. Well done Eoghan. Camogie Athleague The Annual Easter Monday Walk was again a great success and a big thank you to all the walkers both young and old who turned out. Thanks to all who returned sponsorship cards, these funds to towards the various expenses within the club. Any outstanding cards to be returned immediately. Well done to the Under 16 girls who beat Padraig Pearses recently in the final round of the U 16 Championship. This result puts them through to the A final against Padraig Pearses on April 29 th . Senior and Minor players will be notified during the week of training times. Preparations are underway for a challenge game at the weekend. All players to give their commitment to training. Hurling Oran (Underage) On Friday last Oran continued their unbeaten run in the U-14 hurling championship with a good win over Castlerea in a very tough encounter. Oran were in control all through the game and were not intimidated by the bigger Castlerea lads. The first half was closely-fought with Oran leading narrowly by 2-2 to 1-4 at half time. Two further goals in the second half secured victory for Oran by 4-4 to 2-5. Oran had good performances from L.Cuddy, S. Keane, P. Kenny and D. Keane in defence, C. Kenny and T. Feathersone at midfield and C. Casey and D. McCormack in attack. Oran:- P. Mee, J. Brandon, S. Keane, L. Cuddy, N. Scanlon, P. Kenny, D. Keane, T. Featherstone, C. Kenny, R. Earley, K. Casey, K. Crehan, A. Cassidy, D. McCormack, K. Keegan. Subs: G. Keenan, S. Carroll, S. Keenan. The final two rounds of the U-14 championship take place this week, against Roscommon Gaels on Wednesday and Clonguish on Friday. Oran will be hoping to maintain their unbeaten run and qualify for the quarter final. Ladies Football Four Roads On Wednesday night last a presentation function was held for the 2006 u 16 minor and junior football teams.The following presentations were made: U 16 players of the year Ngaire Newland and Aina McDonnell. Minor player of the year: Deirdre Cormican. Junior player of the year Anne Marie Hynes. Training for all those teams will be commencing over the next few weeks. The U 14 team played their first game of the year on April 5th last against St Brigids. Final score St. Brigids 0-8 Four Roads 1-4. Then last week they played Western Gaels in Four Roads. Final score Four Roads 6-6 Western Gaels 3-7. Taining for all U 12s on Tuesday evenings at the club pitch. Fundraising draw now underway. Tickets are 10 euro each. Draw will take place on June 2nd.