Recycling Service - Wed 1st July 2015

RECYCLING SERVICE Crossmolina Community Development in conjunction with Weee Ireland and Crossmolina Tidy Towns are delighted to offer a recycling facility to the Community free of charge. This facility is for small electrical items, we will accept anything with a plug. We also accept batteries, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. Items can be brought to the rear of the Enterprise Centre on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9.30 – 12pm. If you have any queries please contact 096 30934/30935 during office hours

News - Fri 3rd July 2015

Lotto Results There was no winner of the Crossmolina GAA Club lotto jackpot on Saturday night 27th June The numbers were 8 – 9 – 17 – 26 three punters matched three number Peter and Noreen Flanagan Bengeary Crossmolina, Gergory Hegarty Dooleeg John and Deborah Queenan Richmond Castlehill each win €50. The draw took place in Sticks. This weeks Jackpot is €9.650. Many thanks for all your support Bord Na Nog Thanks Crossmolina Bord Na nÓg Annual Church gate collection was on the Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of June 2015. Your support is greatly appreciated. Amount raised €1,204. U14 Championship Crossmolina suffered their second defeat in the County U14 Championship against Bonnniconlon on Thursday of last week. Crossmolina played with the breeze Edward Gough and Adam Langan flashed over two points each before Jack Laurence struck two goals in a couple of minuets Justin Judge grabbed a goal and point Darragh Kelly Reduced the lead with a goal Robert Murphy Daniel Howley Thady Connor tacked on points each with Conor Caden rowing in with a brace to the Half time score 4 – 5 to 1 – 9 Bonniconlon dominated the opening quarter after the break Daniel Howely and Adam Langan landed points to start a revival which resulted the a three gaol burst first Conor Caden rattled the net and Edward Gough grabbed two as the game entered the last few minuets and after hitting a few bad wides before Jack Laurence grabbed a vital point for Bonniconlon to secure a two points win 5 – 10 to 4 - 11 Crossmolina Team and scorers John Tolan Lee Carolan Brian Hopkins Luke Callaghan Christopher Walsh Robert Murphy 0 – 1 Conor Caden 1 – 2 Daniel Howley 0 – 2 Killian Fergus Thady Connor 0 – 1 Adam Langan 0 – 3 Edward Gough 2 – 2 Darragh Kelly 1 – 0 Sub John Sheehan for John Tolan Draw Winners Crossmolina had three winners in the first Mayo Club development Draw on Thursday night last Paul Kearns Fotish won €500 Damien Mulligan Ballyvicmaha and Padraic Mullen Knockleggan won €200 each. A special thanks to all who have supported draw Sarah Crowned Rose Sarah Caden Derryhillagh was crowned Nephin Rose at a gala presentation in Hineys Upper Deck on Friday night of last week as part of Crossmolina Community 10th Annual Festival which commences on Friday 17th July. The eight beautiful Roses Caoimhe Walsh Ballina Rd, Caroline Dooley Ballina Rd, Sarah Caden Derryhillagh, Danielle Kelly Ballaghmuck, Deirbhle Walsh Kildavarogue, Audrey Keane Knockadine, Jessica Gordan Carrowkilleen and Grace Tolan Knockaleggan were interview early on by the judges Fergal Darcy I Radio, Edel Staunton and Michelle Cunningham and later on stage by Host Martin Donohoe. After a wonder full night’s entertainment Sarah was crowned Nephin Rose with Audrey Keane the runner’s up prize Green Flag Congratulation to Crossmolina National School pupils and staff on their forth green flag this time for An Taisce Green-School’s Big Travel Challenge 2015.The flag was raised by Mary O’Malley who retired from the teaching staff of the school in 2013 Seniors Bow Out Crossmolina’s interest in this years Treanlaur Catering Championship with heavy defeat in the second half after a great 40minuets in containing a very good Ballintubber side who have been at the top pecking order of Mayo football a number of years Crossmolina lead at the break by a point after playing with the aid of the breeze 0 – 6 to 0 – 5 points from Fionan Duffy Brian Benson Conor Loftus Thomas Cafferty Gabriel Walsh and Chris Myles. Ballintubber scorers were Padraic O’Connor three points from frees Alan Plunkett Jason Gibbons points each Alan Plunkett was the tormenter in chief with his first goal in the 41minuet giving his side the plat form to drive on his second goal seven minuets later was the final nail in the visitors coffin Plunkett tacked on three more points with Damien Coleman Jason Gibbons and Gary Dillon grabbing points each and Conor Loftus pointed Crossmolina’s only score of the to leave the final score Ballintubber 2 – 11 Crossmolina 0 – 7. Minuets silence was observed for the former Crossmolina Player Padraic McDermott Rossis Point Co Sligo and formerly of Shranacolly Keenagh who died in Sligo during the week. Padraic played Minor and Junior for Mayo in the in the 50’s, won a County Junior medal with Crossmolina 1n 1955 Colm Reilly Joe Keane Stephen O’Malley Jonathan O’Boyle Thomas Cafferty 0 – 1 Stephen Duffy Chris Myles 0 – 1 Gabriel Walsh 0 – 1 Paul Duffy Kevin Mulhern Peadar Gardiner Conor Loftus 0 – 2 Brian Benson 0 – 1 James Cafferty Fionan Duffy Subs Ciaran McDonnald for Paul Duffy Mickie Loftus for Kevin Mulhern Catah Carolan for Peadar Gardiner Sean Kelly for Fionan Duffy The Late P.J.McDermott The death has occurred peacefully at North West Hospice the Mall Sligo on Wednesday 24th June of Patrick Joseph (P.J.) McDermott Rosses Point, Sligo and formerly of Townakeel Boughadoon ex Garda Siochana. His remains reposed at his residence on Thursday and Feehily’s Funeral Home Carton Cross on Friday evening with removal to St Columbas Church Rosses Point. Burial on Saturday in Rosses Point Cemetery after requiem Mass Patrick was pre-Deceased by his wife Mary and sister Sr Ursula is survived by his daughters Ursula, Therese, Elayne and Mary Sons John and David, sons – in – law, daughter – in – law, grandchildren, Ben, Luke, Sophie, Eoghan, Ella, Maedhbh and Niall brothers Sean Kiltmagh, Bernard Shranacolly Keenagh,Gus Townakeel Keenagh, sisters – in – law, brothers – in – law, Nieces, nephews, relations, extended family, many friends and neighbours. May he rest in peace Swimming Gold Congratulations to 10 years old Alannah Canavan Crossmolina who won a gold medal in the Irish Age groups 400meters IM swimming event in Limerick last week Fr Michael’s Golden Jubilee Congratulations and best wishes to Fr Michael Conway retired parish Priest of Crossmolina who celebrated his Golden Jubilee of his ordination to priest hood with family and friends in Enniscrone last week.

News - Fri 26th June 2015

Scoil Neifinn Green Flag Congratulation and well done to the pupils and staff of Scoil Nefinn for their Green Flag for Energy which was raised by Gavin Lavelle, Ursula McDermott and Dylon Lavelle Lotto Results There was no winner of the Crossmolina GAA Club lotto jackpot on Saturday night 20th June. The numbers were 4 – 5 – 24 – 29 Tom and Teresa McNulty St Patricks Ave Crossmolina matched three numbers and won €150. The Draw took place in Lynotts this weeks jackpot is €9.500. Many thanks for all your support Richmond Green Flag Congratulation to Richmond National School pupils and staff on the occasion of their Green Flag for Activity which was raised by Rachel Kearns Carrowkeel former pupil and a good example for energy with her Lady’s Gaelic, Soccer and Boxing achievements over the years Juniors Win Crossmolina edged out Kilmeena by one point in the County Junior Championship at st Tiernans Park on Sunday last. After a close opening 15 minuets Neil Ryan opened his side’s account playing against a stiff breeze Martin McAndrew quickly replyed with a point Thomas McNulty and Neil Ryan swopped points Colm McDonnell gave the Deel-Sider the lead which Henry Kelly replyed to with a like score Joe Keane and Darragh Keaveney traded points. Martin McAndrew pushed his side ahead by a point Kilmeena’s reply was swift Neil Ryan and Darragh Keavene fired over two points each Ronan Keane and Alan Ryan added points each With Martin McAndrew and Shane McKinley replying with points each to leave the West Mayo side with four points advantage at the break 0 – 10 to 0 – 6. This score line dose not tell a true account of the opening 30 minuets Crossmolina had far greater share of the possession but poor shot selection and a belief that the breeze would guide the ball over the bar saw home side shoot eleven wides and couple of shots into the goalkeeper’s hands few in the large home crowd could see their side turn this lead around considering the breeze freshened up but there is no substitute for hard work and a will to win Colm McDonnell set the trend in the 32 minuet with a point Joe Keane tacked on two more points and McDonnell again pointed tied up the score in the 46th minuet and further points from Shane McKinley and Colm McDonnell gave the winner a two points advantage with ten minuets still to play Kilmeena tried their best but every maroon defender stood tall and defended like their lives depended on this result like Crossmolina in the opening half Kilmeena shot eight wide’s in this half and their only point of the second half came from Paul Groden in the 55th minute. Which now sets up a mouth watering next round tie with high flying neighbours Ardagh Crossmolina team and scorers Patrick Loftus Barry Murphy Ciaran O’Boyle Noel Hegarty David Howley Kevin Mulhern Dean Loftus Hugh Cafferty John Garrett J.P. Mulhern Joe Keane Snr 0 – 3 Shane McKinley 0 – 2 Thomas McNulty 0 – 1 Martin McAndrew 0 – 2 Colm McDonnell 0 – 4 Subs David O’Boyle for Thomas McNulty Kieran Traynor for Hugh Cafferty Martin Connor for Shane McKinley Jason Murphy for David O’Boyle National Schools Final Crossmolina got off to a great start in the North Mayo National Schools B Final against Naomh Padraig at a sunny Ardagh on Wednesday evening last with two goals from Niall Coggins and James Gill sandwiched in between was a James Maheady point all in side six minuets Ronan Loftus shot for a point deceived Conor Howley in a crowed goalmouth as it dropped just under the bar into the net Diarmuid Walsh and Stephen Doyle exchanged points before Cian Donnelly grabbed his sides second goal and on the stroke of half time James Gill gave his side a two points advantage with a goal to leave the half time score 3 – 1 to 2 – 2 Jonathan Murtagh extended Crossmolina lead when fisted the ball to the net James Maheady F McDermott and Cian Donnelly pointed for Naomh Padraig. Killian Fergus pointed a free in the eleventh minuet which was his last score as the winners defence dealt with a couple of dangerous attacks with stout defending. When the Naomh Padraig took control in the final seven minuets they got the vital scores first Cian Donnelly pointed Adam Grant grabbed a goal and James Maheady rounded of the scoring with a point to leave the final score 3 – 8 to 4 – 2 after a very entertaining game which ebbed a flowed thanks to two team’s who played their hearts out and sensible refereeing by Declan O’Boyle of Ardagh Crossmolina team and scorers Conor Howley Ethan Connor Brian Hopkins James Williams Declan Tolan Eoin Murphy Brian McKinley Killian Fergus 0 – 1 Darragh Kelly Annie Gough Niall Coggins 1 – 0 Diarmuid Walsh 0 – 1 Jonathan Murtagh 1 – 0 James Gill 2 – 0 Darragh Duffy Subs Darragh Syron for Ethan Connor Louise Davidson for James Gill Community Games Wishes Crossmolina Community Games wishes to congratulation to all the Children who have trained and represented the area at local and county level in recent weeks in Athletics, art, Basketball, Badminton, soccer, and swimming. Good luck to those competing at provincial level. Thank you to all the coaches, parents and all others who have supported us in any way Youth Disco In Crossmolina Parish Hall in this Friday night 3rd July 9pm to 11 – 30 pm Pioneers in Knock The Annual Pioneer Day in Knock Shrine is on Sunday 19th July Community Games Winner’s Congratulations to the Loftus sister Carrowkilleen representing Kilmurray in the County community Games finals in Claremorris. Caoimhe Bronze Medal U14 Girls 80m Hurdles, Joanne silver in U14 Girls Long Jump and Emma U16 Girls Discus

Recycling Service - Fri 26th June 2015

RECYCLING SERVICE Crossmolina Community Development in conjunction with Weee Ireland and Crossmolina Tidy Towns are delighted to offer a recycling facility to the Community free of charge. This facility is for small electrical items, we will accept anything with a plug. We also accept batteries, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. Items can be brought to the rear of the Enterprise Centre on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9.30 – 12pm. If you have any queries please contact 096 30934/30935 during office hours

Recycling Service - Fri 19th June 2015

RECYCLING SERVICE Crossmolina Community Development in conjunction with Weee Ireland and Crossmolina Tidy Towns are delighted to offer a recycling facility to the Community free of charge. This facility is for small electrical items, we will accept anything with a plug. We also accept batteries, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. Items can be brought to the rear of the Enterprise Centre on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9.30 – 12pm. If you have any queries please contact 096 30934/30935 during office hours