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Club Notes: 19/10/2015 19/10/2015

Club Notes: 19/10/2015

The letters drawn in the Club Errigal Alphalot tonight, Monday, were H Q S T V. There was one match four-Shane Hackett-who wins £200. The jackpot stands at £12,000 with the next draw next Monday.

It was a case of mixed fortunes at Dunmoyle last Sunday afternoon with two bigs games for both the ladies and the men. First up was our ladies who hosted current All Ireland champions, Termon, in the Ulster Club semi final but just lost out at the end of a really gutsy, powerful performance. Unfortunately lady luck deserted the girls on this occasion but they were an absolute credit to the club and no doubt better days lie ahead for this young team. They are back in action this Saturday when they take on St Macartans in the league final. Throw in for the game in Carrickmore is 1pm.
The ladies Ulster Club semi final game last Sunday preceded the last league fixture for our senior men as they entertained Killyclogher for a place in the league semi final, and at the end of an impressive performance, especially in the first half, we emerged fully deserving 2-15 to 2-8 winners. We are now scheduled to play Clonoe in the league semi final and this game seems to be fixed for Sunday 1st November with the throw in for the game in Clonoe at 2.45pm.

Our U-13 boys are back in action this Wednesday evening v Carrickmore in the league. Throw in for the game in Dunmoyle is 7pm.

Club merchandise is available at the club shop in Dunmoyle every Thursday evening from 6.30pm until 7.30pm or by contacting Ciaran Mullin on 07825705819.

The club developement draw is up and running and if there is any member or supporter who still hasn't committed to the task and would like to see the facilities at Cardinal MacRory Park up there with the best around, please contact any adult player or committee member as all help is very much appreciated. Tickets are £20, 3 for £50 or 7 for £100 with the top prize a mouthwatering £10,000 for the lucky winner.