Week Ending Thursday 15th November 2018
Lotto: There was no winner of last week’s Jackpot Prize of €5500. The numbers drawn were 3, 10, 13 and 17. There were 5 Match 3 Winners: Rita McNally, Derleabeg, Geraldine McKenna, Drumferniskey, MJ Campbell, c/o Jacks, Caolan McAnespie, Aughnacloy, and Amanda Lynch c/o Terry’s. Sellers’ Prizes: Weekly – Joe McMeel, and Yearly – Josie Brady. Next week’s Jackpot Prize €5600. The lotto draw takes place at 10.30pm sharp every Sunday Night, any lottos received after the draw takes place will be deferred until the following week’s draw. Lotto can now be done online – go to truagh.club to see details.
Senior League Final : Gaeil Triucha v Carrickmacross this Sun 18th Nov at 2pm in Castleblayney.
SFL Div 1 Lge Semi-Final: Scotstown 1-09 v 5-14 Gaeil Triucha
U-17 Lge Div 3 Final: Gaeil Triucha 1-13 v 3-05 Clontibret
Congratulations to our U-17 team and mentors who captured the League Division 3 Title by defeating Clontibret. Also best of luck to our senior squad who reached the League Final by defeating old foes Scotstown in the semi-final last Sunday. This is our fourth appearance in a Senior League Final and best of luck to all involved this Sunday.
Scor na nOg: The Acorn Life sponsored Scór na nÓg Competition (Under 17) will be held in Tullycorbet Hall this Saturday 17th November 2018 at 7.30pm. Competitions in Rince Foirne, Rince Seit, Solo Singing, Ballad Singing, Recitation, Group Music, Drama. Quiz will be at a later date
Child Protection Course: There will be a Child Protection Course in St. Mellans on Wednesday 28th Nov from 7pm-10pm. It is compulsory for all coaches to complete and update this course every 3 years. Cost €10 per person.
Child Protection Course completed in 2016 needs to be refreshed for the 2019 season. Numbers are limited. Please send on names to reserve a place to Michelle Duffy 0868774810.
Handball Notes: Juvenile County Championships. On Sunday morning we hosted the U13 & U14 boys county singles championships, in the U13 section we only had one player, Dylan O Reilly, he played Ethan Mc Carron from the Harps but lost both games, in the U14’s we had 3, Peter & John Treanor and Cameron Mc Meel, Cameron first played Michael Murtagh from Corduff, he won this one 15-11, 15-6, the next to play was John, he played Ben Mohan from Tydavnet, John won it 15-2, 15-5, then Peter played Cameron in the quarter final and Peter won it15-2, 15-1, then in the semi final John & Peter met and it was a reverse of last years result as John came out on top on a score line of 15-10, 15-8, now in the U14 final John will play Sean Callan of the Harps club, the finals time date & venue TBC, good luck in the final John, the U15’s singles are in Tydavnet on November the 24th @ 10am, the U16’s in Bawn on the 1st of December at 10am and the U17’s will be in Corduff also on the 1st of December at 10am.
Table Quiz. We are having our annual Table Quiz in St.Mellans Complex tomorrow evening Friday night the 16th on November, usual rules apply, tables of 4 with refreshment served on the night, please come along not only to support the club but for a nights craic.
Juvenile Structures. We hope to have a Juvenile team league set up for the more advanced juveniles next week, we will be aiming to run the games of on Wednesday & Friday evenings beginning @ 7pm, it will be a mixture of girls & boys, we will still continue to do our coaching on each night for the juveniles but some times might change slightly to allow the Mono League to begin a bit earlier, can all coaches ask the juveniles and parents to ensure that their child is registered, this will cover for insurance proposes also.
Coaching Course. We held the foundation handball coaching course last Friday evening, it was a very enjoyable event, we would like to thank all the future coaches for attending including those from Corduff and the Harps club who joined us to endeavor to keep our game alive and well, we hope to possibly run the 2nd stage of the coaching structure in the early part of next year, we will notify all that attended this one to see if they are interested in progressing with it.
Mono League. The Mono League has it’s first week of play over, all seems to be on course and we ask all players to have all round of games played before the follow weeks is scheduled, registration will have to be paid ASAP, 40 Euro fee for the year, not only does this register you in the club for the year it is also your insurance cover for the year, so captains will be applying pressure on all team members to make sure they are all paid up in full.
Good Luck. To our club chairperson Christopher in the Golden Gloves Tournament over the weekend.