Their was no winner of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 29th April. The numbers drawn were 12 – 13 – 28 – 35. No punter matched the numbers and three tickets were drawn, John and Triona O’Boyle Ballina Rd, Michael Griffin the Boreen Crossmolina, John Davis C/o Davis shop Bridge St, they won €50 each. The draw took place in Hiney’s. This week’s Jackpot is €3,900. Many thanks for your continued Support.
Breaffy 4 – 7 Crossmolina 0 – 11
Crossmolina Junior team suffered a eight points defeat in the opening round of the New Junior B Championship at Tiernans Park on Saturday week against Breaffy, who netted three first half goals from Gavyn McManamon, John Deane and Oisin Burns which the host failed to recover from. They tried hard with Diarmaid Walsh, Patrick McAndrew, Robert Murphy and Michael Gallagher raising white flags but the damage was done in the first half.
Crossmolina team and scorers: John Tolan, Barry Murphy, Fearghal Duffy, Liam Connor, Declan Gilroy, Brian Hourihane, Patrick McAndrew 0 – 2, J. P. Mulhern ,Cillian Fergus, Adam Langan Danny McDonald, Liam Donohue, Robert Murphy 0 – 3, Eoin Murphy, David Howley. Subs; Eoin O’Boyle for D. Gilroy Diarmaid Walsh 0 – 5 for F. Duffy, Mike Gallagher 0 – 1 for L. Donohue, Declan Tolan for M. Gallagher and E. Gough for Adam Langan.
Votes of Sympathy
At the recent executive meeting of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club votes of Sympathy were expressed to the Families of club members and their families on their recent Bereavement’s
Pilgrimage to Lourdes
Pioneer pilgrimage to Lourdes. On the 10th August 2023 for 7 nights full board Flying from Knock. Spiritual Director Fr. Joe Delaney. For more information contact Fr. Joe on 0876660408. All are welcome.
St Tiernan’s College 3 – 7 Rice College Westport 1 – 9
Rice College got off to perfect start in this Connacht Colleges U17 Final in Bekan on Tuesday last with a goal after three minuets from Evan Durkan who added on a point minuets later. St Tiernans got a grip in midfield and Darragh Duffy scored a cracking goal after six minuets with defenders on top in the very slippery conditions after a very heavy shower that lasted for the opening thirty minuets. Scores were limited Evan Durkan and Shane Brennan pointed for the west mayo side Adam Naughton and Aaron Coggins tacked on points each in the closing minuets of the half to leave the half time score Rice College 1 – 3, St Tiernans 1- 2. A Oisin Deane Goal in 35th minute was the tonic his side needed as Evan Durkan and Aaron Burke tied up the score with points each. The introduction of Liam Clancy and Ethan Reilly into the attack added more fire power, Reilly contributing three points and Clancy taken down in the square for a penalty which Oisin Deane dispatched to the net. Aaron Coggins and Dara Walsh added points, Ethan McGing tacked on two points but it was too little to late, St Tiernan’s were worthy winner after an entertaining contest .
St Tiernans Team and scorers: Alan Timmons, Matthew Reilly, Martian Maloney, Dylan McHale, Kevin Walsh, Alan Foody, Luke Kelly, Dara Walsh 0 – 1, Oisin Cosgrove, Adam Naughton 0 – 1, Oisin Deane 2 – 1 (Capt), Oisin Langan, Darragh Duffy 1 – 0, Aaron Coggins 0 – 1, Cormac Murphy, Subs Liam Clancy for Martian Maloney Ethan Reilly 0 – 3 for Adam Naughton.