Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir ar on bpota óir an tseachtain seo. Uimhreacha a tarraingíodh 12, 19, 20 agus 31. Dhá Maitseáil 3 Sandra Mc Guire agus Tommy Joyce. Lucky Dips Colm O Donovan agus Ulick Egan. Duais an Díoltóra PJ Reilly. Pota óir an tseachtain seo chugainn €14,900 in tábhairne Crann an Pailme.
No Winner of this weeks Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 12, 19, 20 and 31. Two Match 3’s Sandra Mc Guire and Tommy Joyce. Lucky Dips Colm O Donovan and Ulick Egan. Sellers Prize PJ Reilly. Next week’s Jackpot is €14,900 in The Palm Tree.
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GAA CLUB NOTES
The U-19 team narrowly lost out to Claregalway last Wednesday in Round 2 of the U-19 ‘A’ Championship North. With the game level at the break, Claregalway were able to open a three point lead by the full-time whistle. Corofin 2-06 Claregalway 0-15. The focus for the lads turns now to Round 3.
On Sunday morning the U-17’s played Annaghdown in Round 3 of the U-17 ‘A’ Championship North. It was a tightly contested game with our lads holding on to a three point lead to the end of the match, Corofin 2-07 Annaghdown 2-04. Goals from Killian Joyce and Evan Greaney.
The Junior team play Round 2 of the Junior Championship on Friday against Tuam Stars in Tuam Stars pitch at 8:00pm.
Senior Championship kicks off this weekend with the Senior team playing Salthill-Knocknacarra on Saturday at 4:15pm in Tuam Stadium. Tickets are €10, U-16’s go free. Click here to buy your ticket.
Your continued support of our teams is greatly appreciated as always.
LGFA CLUB NOTES
The Junior team play the Final of the Junior Coen Cup against Caltra Cuans next Sunday evening at 7:00pm in Corofin! We hope to win our 1st Junior title of the season and bring home some silverware. Let’s make home advantage count, please support the girls next Sunday evening at the pitch!
The Galway Minors have their All-Ireland Final fixed for the 5th August at 2:00pm in Pearse Park, Longford (N39 K6X0). The Club proudly wishes Ella Zywczyk the very best of luck preparing for the game. Please support Ella and the Galway panel and get your tickets here, alternatively the game is being live streamed on the Spórt TG4 YouTube page.
The U-16 girls played their Division 2 Final last Thursday evening in Corofin against St. Fursey’s. It was a game full of twists and turns where the girls showed phenomenal character and determination. Having gone 11 points behind at one stage in the second half, the girls rallied and brought the game to within a point. Unfortunately, St. Fursey’s were able to hold on to single point advantage until the final whistle. Congratulations to St. Fursey’s on a great win. Congratulations also to our players and Management for a great league. Having toped Division 2 with 5 wins from 5 games, losing the final by only 1 point; it was a year everyone can be proud of.
The u8 girls welcomed Naomh Mhuire to Belclare on Saturday morning. Well done to all the girls who played, they were brilliant and the skills from both teams were very impressive!
A reminder that the Nursery Group continues to train in Belclare on Saturdays from 10:15 – 11:15am. This training is for boys and girls born in 2017 and 2018 only.
2023 MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION
Men’s Club Membership for 2023 is still open for registration. Reminder to all Players that Membership must be paid before resuming any training or matches. Information on registration and links to our online partner Clubforce can be found here or please contact the Club Registrar.
With the 2023 season well underway, the Club Shop on O’Neills website has the full range of Club apparel available to browse and purchase with delivery straight to your door.
The club offers its sympathy to the families and friends of the following who have died recently:
Martina Athy, London; sister of Evelyn O’Grady, Abbeytrinity, Tuam
Delia Brady, Cloonascragh; mother of Ann Burns, Ballinderry.
Sincere sympathy to their families and friends.
May they rest in peace.