Created: Friday, 15 May 2015
There was no winner of the Crossmolina GAA Club lotto jackpot on Saturday night 9th May. The numbers were 10 – 14 – 24 – 32 no punter matched three number either and six tickets were drawn Pat Timlin C/o Killala Presion, Joe Hart Main St Crossmolina, Francis Browne Lecarrow Crossmolina Jarlath and Mary Fergus Cuilacurrane Castlehill, Padric and Shirley Whittaker Abbeytown Crossmolina, Darragh Cuffe Each win €25. The draw took place in Reillys. This week’s jackpot is €8.600. Many thanks for all your support
Deel Medical News
As from 5th May 2015, The Deel Medical centre will be operating on
appointments only as always - The Urgent and very sick, will of course be prioritised
After a terrible start to this U16 League tie in Ballyhanuis with a strong breeze and driving rain on Sunday morning last Ronan Lavelle kicked the first score a point for the visitors. Ballyhanuis took over with goals from Patrick Caulfield and Joseph and a string of points from Gary Higgins Caulfied Cormac Phillips. Crossmolina fought back Points from Niall Maughan Darragh Gill and in a purple patch Niall Maughan grabbed two goals and Sean Canavan one to go in a point up 3 – 7 to 2 – 9 after playing against the breeze. Like the first half the home side Ballyhanuis took the game to the Deel-Siders and scored four goals with Darragh Gill grabbing 1 – 2 and Sean Canavan a point to leave the final score 6 – 10 to 4 – 10
Crossmolina team and scorers Sean Gallagher Thady Connor Fergal Duffy Patrick McAndrew Luke Fergus Shane Howley Niall Maughan 2 – 2 Keelan Hegarty Sean Canavan 1 – 1 Darragh Gill 1 – 6 Daniel Howley Colm Hegarty Ronan Lavelle 0 – 1
Subs used Robert Murphy Adam Langan Christopher Walsh Edward Gough Eoin McDonnell
This was a exciting game of open football plenty of scores Thomas McNuly and Andrew Farrell exchanged points in opening five minuets in this division 1D tie At St Tiernans park on Saturday evening of last week goals from Darragh Herbert and Andrew Farrell put the visitors in the driving seat Thomas McNulty and David Howley kept the score board ticking over with points Crossmolina got a lucky break when mix up in the Killala defence resulted in go and minuets later Nigal Caden scored the best score of the game after fine approach work from Gerard Haran and Joe Keane. David Lowther came forward to score from the penalty spot to leave the half time score 3 – 4 to 2 – 5 with Farrell Garvin and Maheady grabbing scores for the sea siders with Jordan Flynn replying with two points and by the 20th minuet Killala lead by six points suddenly Crossmolina came to life with subs Kieran Traynor and Shane McKinley pointing and Nigal Caden scoring 1 – 1 the goal from a penalty to tie the score and with minuets to go John Garrett gave his side the lead and Martin Maheady pointed a free deep into injury time to force a draw Crossmolina 3 – 11 Killala 4 – 8
Crossmolina team and scorers Ciaran Haran Barry Murphy Noel Hegarty Darragh McCormack David Howley 0 – 2 Joe Keane (Jnr) Colm McDonnell John Garrett 0 – 1 J.P.Mulhern Jordan Flynn 0 – 2 Nigal Caden 2 – 2 Dean Loftus Gerard Haran Joe Keane (Snr) Thomas McNulty 0 – 3 Subs Jason Murphy for Darragh McCormack Shane McKinley 0 – 1 for Thomas McNulty Kieran Traynor 0 – 1 for Gerard Haran Kevin Keane for J.P.Mulhern
Died in England
The death occurred on Tuesday 5th May of Martin Garvin in Leeds England and formerly of Keenagh Ballina. His funeral mass took place in St Patricks church Leeds on Thursday last with burial in Leeds Martin was pre deceased by his son Martin and brother Paddy Keenagh is survived by his daughters Angela, Claire and Fiona, sons – in – law, grandchildren, sisters Ann Walsh Childers Heights Ballina, Mary McGuire London brother Jack Leeds, brothers – in – law, sister – in – law, nieces, nephews, relatives, extended family friends and neighbours. May he rest in peace
Votes of Sympathy
At the Executive meeting of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club on Tuesday night 14th April votes of sympathy were expressed to the families of the following who died recently.Kenneth Eakins Foxboro Killala, Eamon Kilker Bunnahowen Belmullet uncle of Eamon Kelly Scuillibeen, Tom Duffy Johnstownbridge Co Kildare husband of Aggie Mulligan Doonaroya, John Finan London and formerly of Clonkee Ardagh, Helen Walsh Leeds and formerly of Rathglass West Cooneal sister of Michael Abbeytown, Eileen Butler nee O’Malley in Dublin and formerly of Killeen, Mary Kelly nee Mangan in England formerly of Derreen Boughadoon, Pauline Connor Carravanane Knockmore and formerly of Ballycoroon Crossmolina, Tim Clifford “1 Abeyview Crossmolina and formerly of Frank Mahon Pinewoods Westport and formerly of Ballina St Crossmolina, Pat Fleming Coghalstown Wilkinstown Navan Co Meath and formerly of Cloonnoragh Crossmolina, Marie Staunton Leeds England sister of Rita Fox Tubbermore Crossmolina, Peter Cosgrove The Neale GAA club Martin Garvin Leeds and Formerly of Keenagh, Francis McAndrew Westwinds Bohernasup Ballina, Michael Parsons Castlebar husband of Margaret nee Gaughan Coolnabinna Boughadoon. My they rest in peace.
Crossmolina played out an exciting draw 1 – 13 each at a sunny Sean Duffy Park on Tuesday last. The visitors lead at the break by four points 1 – 5 to 0 – 5 with the goal coming from Colm Hegarty. Ardnaree had much the better of the second half and it took two late points from Colm Hegarty and Niall Maughan to force a draw
Crossmolina Team and scorers Sean Gallagher Shane Howley Fergal Duffy Robert Murphy Cian O’Boyle Thady Connor Patrick McAndrew Niall Maughan 0 – 5 Darren Gill 0 – 1 Eoin McDonnell Ronan Lavelle 0 – 6 Colm Hegarty 1 – 1 Subs Christopher Walsh for Robert Anthony Leonard for Eoin McDonnell Robert Murphy for Sean Gallagher
Congratulation to Aisling Walsh Keenagh and Owen O’Donnell Longford who were married in The Church of the Holy Souls Keenagh.With reception in Belleek Castle. William Sweeney Enaghbeg and Ann-Marie Deegan Leixlip Co Kildare who we married in Leixlip with reception in Leixlip Manor
Heartiest Congratulation to Niamh Maughan and her partner Sallu.Jo Coonihan Ballina on winning the Mayo close U13 Doubles Championship, A first for Crossmolina Badminton Club. We are very proud of you. John Tolan was runner-Up in Mayo Close singles U13 and Sean Flanagan was runner-up Mayo close singles “B” U17 section of the Tournament. Our nest venture the Connacht Close, was even greater success when Annie Gough was declared singles U13 Plate winner. In the Mayo Close U11 Girls singles C section Annie Gough was a winner. In the Mayo Close U11 Boys singles “B” section Declan Tolan was winner, Eoin Murphy was runner-up. Section C winner was Diarmuid Coggins and “D”Section winner was Daniel Lynch, runner-up Caolan Foggan. In Mayo Close doublesU11 Declan Tolan was runner-up with Peter Doherty and U11 Girls doubles runner-up was Annie Gough and Amy Kilker also in the U15 mayo close singles
“C” section we had Edward Gough, Winner, and r-up Robert
Murphy. Well done to all our players we are so proud of all.
Last Event Ballina Graded Singles saw our young players
Strutting their stuff. Starting with Niall Maughan Winner
U-11 “B” Singles and our newcomer Ronan Walshe who was
Runner up in the “D” Singles. Diarmuid Coggins also did us proud when he was declared the Knockout winner. Also
Well done to Edward Gough winner “C” singles U-17 and
Robert Murphy r-up “C” event.
This Year we had a different format of Singles resulting in a
Club Ladder Singles Champion u-18. Congratulations to
Sean Flanagan, Club Championship Winner, and also close
On his heels is John Tolan, Winner “B” section. Next up
Niamh Maughan, winner u13, Diarmuid Coggins, u-12
Winner, Aaron Coggins, u-11Winner and Ronan Walshe,
U-10 winner. Also special thanks to John Valerio, club coach
Pauline, David, Emma, Tara and Aileen. See y’all September.
Portugees Choir in St Tiernans Church
Voz Nua Chamber Choir, from Aveiro, Portugal, will visit Mayo this month participating in the Mayo Choral Festival (in Castlebar, May 23rd) and performing in St. Tiernan’s Church, Crossmolina on Sunday May 24th.
Voz Nua was founded by Aoife Hiney in 2012.
The choir has 30 members, hailing from Portugal, Brazil, France, Italy and China.
Voz Nua is a non-auditioned choir, which welcomes members of all ages and all backgrounds. On Sunday, May 24th, Voz Nua will perform alongside the Crossmolina Senior Choir and the violinist Iain King. The concert will begin at 6pm, and admission is free.