Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir ar on bpota óir an tseachtain seo. Uimhreacha a tarraingíodh 1, 19, 23 agus 32. Trí Maitseáil 3 Linda Burns, Daniel Hyland agus Alan Bane. Lucky Dips Martin Collins (Myles Park) agus Edel Cunniffe. Duais an Díoltóra Julie Comer. Pota óir an tseachtain seo chugainn €5,300 in tábhairne Anbhaile Inn.
No Winner of this weeks Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 1, 19, 23 and 32. Three Match 3 winners Linda Burns, Daniel Hyland and Alan Bane. Lucky Dips Martin Collins (Myles Park) and Edel Cunniffe. Sellers Prize Julie Comer. Next week’s Jackpot is €5,300 in Anbally Inn.
If you have not played the Lotto yet, or your subscription has expired, please visit www.corofingaa.ie/draws to enter our lotto. There are great value “Three for €5” tickets that can be purchased and there is an ‘auto-renew’ feature that can be used to ensure you don’t miss out.
GAA & LGFA Prize Draw 2023
The Mens and Ladies Clubs are running a joint raffle with some fantastic prizes up for grabs! The proceeds will be split 50/50 between the two clubs and your support of this great raffle goes directly towards player development, training and playing equipment updates and further community involvement.
With a massive underage membership and a growing adult membership in both the Mens and Ladies, it is vital that the Clubs are able to adequately resource the players and coaches to facilitate and encourage the development of our players and teams and to empower them to achieve their goals.
Tickets are €10 each and you can buy your tickets from any Player/Coach in the Clubs or, alternatively, you can buy your tickets online HERE.
1st Prize is a €2,000 Holiday Voucher from Grogan Travel
2nd Prize is a 65" Smart TV sponsored by Stapletons Electrical
3rd Prize is €500 Cash sponsored by Penn Engineering & Western Hygiene
4th Prize is a €300 One4All Voucher sponsored by FKL Engineering
5th Prize is €250 Cash sponsored by Mortimer Quarries
6th Prize is 3 pairs Galway to Dublin Coach Tickets sponsored by CityLink
7th Prize is 2 All Ireland Football Final tickets and 2 Return Coach Tickets
8th Prize is a €200 Centra Voucher sponsored by Raftery's Centra
9th Prize is a €100 One4All Voucher sponsored by Lyons Bus Hire
10th Prize is €100 Cash sponsored by Eric Furey, Raftery's Pub
The draw will take place on the 30th October in Raftery’s Pub, Corofin. Click here for the Raffle T&C’s.
GAA CLUB NOTES
Last Thursday evening the Senior team played An Bhearna in Milltown for their rescheduled Round 5 of the Senior Championship Group 2. Despite the difficult conditions, the lads started the brightest and opened the scoring with a goal from Tony gill in the 11th minute. They added 4 unanswered points before the break, Corofin 1-4 An Bhearna 0-0. The second half was a much more even affair but the lads maintained control of the scoreboard and never looked in doubt of their clean-sweep of wins in Group 2. The game finished Corofin 1-8 An Bhearna 0-4.
This Saturday the Intermediates play Kilkerrin-Clonberne at 1:30pm in Milltown for their Intermediate Championship Relegation Round 2.
LGFA CLUB NOTES
On Saturday the Senior team played Claregalway in Knockdoemore for their Senior Championship Semi-Final. It was a difficult start for the girls as Claregalway scored 3 goals in the first half. However, our girls were not to be deflated as they pulled a goal back through Róisín Leonard and traded point for point throughout the game. Unfortunately, the team were unable to close the gap and the game finished Corofin 1-11 Claregalway 3-12.
Despite falling short in the Semi-Final, it was a great year for the Seniors with a great League campaign; reaching the Semi-Final of Division 1, a very successful Coen Cup campaign as they won the Shield Final and we were treated to some great individual and team performances throughout the Championship campaign. Well done to the players and Management team.
On Sunday afternoon, the Junior B team hosted a strong and much-fancied Annaghdown team in Corofin pitch for their Junior B Championship Semi-Final. It was lovely conditions for football and the teams did not disappoint the spectators. Both teams were creating and kicking some great scores, but it was goals again that proved the difference. Heather O’Leary and Lorraine Ryder were able to put the ball into the Annaghdown net but in the end, it was not enough to turn the game. Final score Corofin 2-5 Annaghdown 4-6.
Again, the same as with the Seniors, the Club are very proud of the Junior B team’s achievements this year. The girls reached the Final of Division 5, won the Junior Coen Cup in style and went toe-to-toe against some very strong teams in the championship, right up to the Semi-Final. Well done to the players and Management team.
Last Thursday the U-14 team played their A Final in Corofin Pitch against a very strong Oranmore-Maree in very challenging conditions. It was a low-scoring game, as the rain did not make it easy to play football, but it was Oranmore-Maree who adapted better and finished the game with a 3-score advantage. Corofin 0-3 Oranmore-Maree 2-4.
The U14 girls Blue Team travelled out to Clifden on Saturday morning for their Division 2 Shield Semi-Final against Gráinne Mhaols. It was tough conditions for both teams but a great team effort from our girls to grind out the win. The game finished Corofin 7-04 (25) Gráinne Mhaols 5-08 (23). Best of luck in the Final, girls!
On Saturday morning our U-10 Boys travelled to Creggs, Annaghdown for the Treacy Melia Memorial Blitz and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all the players. It was a great morning of very enjoyable football and impressive skill. Thank you to all in Annaghdown for organising.
The U-8 Girls team headed to Annaghdown on Sunday morning for the “A Barbie Blitz” which was yet another great spectacle of football for everyone to enjoy. A big bualadh bos to everyone in Annaghdown for putting on two great blitz’s two days in a row.
The David Canney Memorial Tournament was held on Sunday morning in Belclare, with the first game throwing in at 11:30am. We were delighted to host Doora-Barefield and Micheál Breathnach’s, with both teams bringing a wealth of skill and passion. The tournament played off three very competitive and enjoyable games, with the Corofin team emerging as Tournament Winners with two wins from their two games. A big thank you to our two guest clubs for making the journey and taking part.
The club offers its sympathy to the families and friends of the following who have died recently:
Annie Byrne (Née Quinn), Kingsbury, London; formerly Ballinderry, Corofin
Vincent Furey, Co Clare; brother of Dolores Burke, Cahernaheerick, Belclare
May they rest in peace.