Club notes roundup

MICHAEL GLAVEYS   Michael Glavey’s 5-11 Boyle 2-9. Our U-14s had an excellent win against Boyle on Thursday evening last in the league final. It was an evenly matched first half but Glaveys for their part put some good moves together in the second period and goals from K. Fitzmaurice, P. Morris and S. Burke put the game beyond Boyle. ROSCOMMON GAELS Senior Football training continues during the week on Friday at 8 p.m. sharp in St. Comans. All panel members must attend. Training for the U-12 ladies is on Saturday at 11.45 a.m. in the Hyde. All panel members please attend. Newcomers are also welcome.  The U-12 Championship starts on Wednesday 15th August against St. Croans. Training for the U-14’s is on Saturday morning at 10.30 a.m in the Community College pitch.  U-16 and Minor training continues as arranged during the week. Players will be contacted of any changes.  Congratulations to David McConn and his U-21 Hurling team who beat Kerry to win the U-21 All-Ireland on Saturday last. Congratulations to Fergal O’Donnell and the County Minors who also did us proud.  The Club wishes Clodagh McHugh and Paul McNamara who were married on Saturday many years of happy married bliss. Congratulations to Marese and David Hynes on the birth of their baby daughter Tara.   Any Club member interested in tickets for next Saturday’s All-Ireland Hurling Nicky Rackard Cup Final please contact H. Hoare or Michael McNeela. Tickets will be available at the Hyde on Thursday night from 8 – 9 p.m.  TULSK The first championship game of the summer took place on Sunday when the Junior team took on St Michaels in Coothall. The first half was a hard fought affair with Tulsk dominant and playing well but wasteful in front of goal sending 8 or 9 wides, Tulsk went into the break a point down. The second half proved more successful, Tulsk upped their game all over the field and with Jack Conlon kicking 3 fine points helping Lord Edwards to a 4 point victory. It was a solid team performance with hopefully more to come. This weekend is the first big weekend of the summer with the Intermediate team taking on Shannon Gaels in Tulsk on Sunday. After a great run in the O’Gara cup this is the first real test at championship level. There has been a lot of hard work put in since January and a large crowd is expected to attend. The club would like to wish luck to Tommy and the lads on Sunday. The game is fixed for Tulsk at 2pm but check fixtures to confirm.    ST MICHAELS   In the Intermediate Championship St Michaels play neighbours Boyle on Sunday evening at 6.30 p.m. at Ardcarne Park, Cootehall. Both sides have already lost to Castlerea so this game is a knockout fixture with the winners progressing to the quarter finals and the losers facing a relegation battle. Alan O’Hara ended his distinguished career as a Roscommon county minor on Saturday with an outstanding performance against Laois in Thurles. Alan and his colleagues have brought great pride and enjoyment to the county and their supporters over the past two seasons and can hold their heads high despite Saturday’s defeat. ST JOSEPHS Due to adverse weather conditions and water-logged pitch, our championship game against St. Aidan’s was called off. Apologies to all players who travelled long distances to be at the game, and also to those who travelled to support the Joes. The match will be rescheduled for a later date. CASTLEREA ST KEVIN’S   Our Gilmartin’s Cash & Carry sponsored senior team play Kilmore in the senior championship in O’Rourke Park at 5 pm on Sunday 12 th . We hope there will be a good turnout of support for the team; stewards are requested to be at the O’Rourke Centre no later than 3.45 pm. Hard Luck to Roscommon minors who lost out narrowly to Laois in the All Ireland quarter final in Thurles on Saturday last; our own Niall Collins was one of the stars of the Roscommon team with a splendid game a t full back. Congrats: We congratulate everyone involved with the U-21 hurling team that captured the All Ireland B final on Saturday last; a great achievement. Lotto: Next week’s Jackpot is €5,050 with the draw in the Horse & Jockey on Friday night;  Bingo every Friday night in O’Rourke Centre starting at 9 pm sharp. Jackpot now stands at €1,550 on 50 calls or less and the Quick lotto game is at €900. Guaranteed prizes of €1,500. ST. BARRY’S   It was heartbreaking for the Roscommon U-14 squad, as they were just pipped in All Ireland Ladies Final, played at Pearse Park, Longford, but great credit is due to our 3 Barry’s girls, who were outstanding – Maeve Holmes, Niamh Holmes and Jane McGowan did their parish very proud indeed. We also thank the girls from Kilglass Gaels and Strokestown for their effort. Barry’s had a comprehensive win against Western Gaels in the Junior A Championship game played at Elphin.  We wish a speedy recovery to Eamon Leavy who suffered a severe knock in last Sunday’s game in Elphin. The last I heard Eamon was in hospital have X-rays on his collar bone.  I am not receiving any correspondence re under age football at the club, and there is nothing coming my way re ladies football in the region. Please text me on number 086-8975006.You can also email me to cllreugenemurphy@eircom.net . Please let me have any information you need highlighted particularly results. Lotto: Next draw will be held in Purple Onion for a jackpot of €4,800.  KILMORE   We are fixed to play Castlerea in Castlerea on Sunday evening at 5 pm everybody in the parish please come out & cheer for the team on the evening. Kilmore GAA has purchased a Defibrillator for use by any person in the parish in the case of an emergency. This piece of equipment will be located at the pitch. The club is anxious to get volunteers to train in the use of this equipment. Training will be provided free of charge. We are making a special appeal to the youth both male & female to volunteer for this training. Please contact Gerry 086-8395958 or Carmelita 086-8596474 if you are interested in volunteering for training. A member of the executive should be calling to collect the Club Draw this week. ST DOMNICS   The monthly football Meeting will take place on Tuesday 14 th August in the Meeting Room at 9pm. Well done to David McConn and the Roscommon U-21 Hurling team who won the All-Ireland on Saturday last in Thurles, and to the two St Dominics lads Mark Miley and Alan Craven who played staring roles. On next Sunday we play St Barry’s in the O’Rourke Cup in Tarmonbarry at 5pm. Well done to the 8t St Dominics U-14 players Eoin Kelly, Dermot Donnelly, Ciaran Shaw, Daniel McCormack, Robbie Byrne, David McDonnell, Shane McCormack and Ollie Milton who have been selected by the County Development Panel to play Leitrim, Westmeath and Offaly over the next few weeks.  Ladies Football: New trainers have now been put in place for U-16, U-18 and Junior. It is important that all players attend training.  Training takes place for all U-16 and U-18 footballers on this Wednesday evening from 7 – 8pm. All players please attend training. It is important that all U 12 football players attend training on Friday evening and Sunday morning. Our U-10 team continued their participation in the Oran Tournament and recorded a great win over a very good footballing Oran side last Week. Training continues on Sunday mornings at 12.30 p.m. Training continues for our beginners, U-8, U-10, and U-12 on Sunday morning from 12.30 – 1.30 pm. (NOTE CHANGE OF TIME). ST. CROANS It was a case of a lot done and more to do as our U-11 side battled Western Gaels in an epic Keenan cup final in Boyle on Thursday. Both sides live to fight another day and the replay will take place on Wednesday next at 7pm in Boyle – all support would be greatly appreciated.  The U-10 team drew with St Brendans in the Oran tournament on Monday. Despite being in arrears at half time, a good second half comeback saw the young side draw level at the whistle.   Lotto: Next weekend the lotto will be promoted by Miko Kenny, Martin Keane and Dominic McDonnell in Ballintubber and John Collins and Tommy Timothy in Ballymoe.