There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 29th June. The numbers drawn were 5 – 25 – 27 – 32 Margaret and Eamon Howley, Carrowcloughy, Crossmolina matched three numbers and won €150. The draw took place in Maughan’s Bar. This weeks Jackpot is €6,450. Many thanks for all your support
Crossmolina got off to a great start with two goals in the opening ten minutes from Diarmuid Walsh and Eoin O’Boyle. Ballinrobe’s Jamie Walsh who was in sparkling form struck over five points and Gary Mellett raiding up from defence to score a goal. Diarmuid Walsh and Luke Rowland tacked on further points for Crossmolina but Alan Flannery and Jamie Treacy gave the home side a two points advantage at the break with points each 1-7 to 2-2. Ballinrobe stretched that lead with three points in the opening minutes of the new half. Then Jonathan Murtagh cut through the hosts defence to crack the ball into the net, minutes later Niall Coggins was upended in the square and Jonathan Murtagh drove the resulting penalty into the corner of the net. With Gary Mellett grabbing two goals and Alan Flannery, Jamie Walsh and Jamie Treacy rowing in with points, the south Mayo boys took control and ran out comfortable winners in the end by seven points 3-14 to 4-4 Crossmolina Team: Conor Reynolds, Conor Howley, Darrgh Syron, Eoin O’Boyle 1-0 Mickie Maloney, Niall Maughan, Micheal Gill, Jonathan Murtagh 2 – 0 Luke Rowland 0-1 Brian McKinley, Niall Coggins, James Williams, Conal Carolan, Diarmuid Walsh 1-3 Darrgh Deane. Subs Alfie Maloney and Eamon Gill
On this coming Sunday evening 14th July in Kilmurry Community Centre with Music by Sweeney Mc’s. Please note the time change, commencing at 7pm. Admission €5. Come along meet and greet your friends. Refreshments served, all are welcome.
Parish Cruise 26h June 2020 MSC Gradiosa New Ship
Cruise Ports: Embark Barcelona.
Cost: €1,530pp (Inside); €1,630pp (Ocean); €1,700pp (Balcony)
Family & Single cabins available.
All bookings through Fly Away Travel: phone no. 096 77771
Liam Lawton Concert
In St. Tiernan’s Church on Wednesday July 17th at 8pm tickets available at Centra, Gala, and the Parish Office. Tickets €20.
Dementia Dance Club
Community Action on Dementia is a FREE dance club for people living with dementia and their families/carers. It is held in the Ballina Family Resource Centre every Thursday from 2.30pm to 4.00 pm. Light refreshments served. Ring Francis on 086 836 6312 for more info.
Pieta House is now operating a service from the Ballina Family Resource Centre on Tuesdays from 1pm to 5pm and on Wednesdays 9.00am to 1.00pm by appointment only. Contact: 093 25586 to make an appointment
Senior Alert Scheme – Panic Button
Are you in fear of falling, being attacked or broken into in your own home or have a health condition that concerns you? Are you age 65 or older and living alone, living with another person who meets the eligibility criteria, living alone for significant periods of time during the day or are a carer to someone else in their household, If so you could be entitled to a Personal Alarm Panic Button. (Monitoring fees are free for 1st year). For more information, please ring 087 259 0115 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Div. 5 B League
Crossmolina junior team were unlucky to lose out to Hollymount/Carramore in Carramore on Sunday week. With the sides level at the break the hosts drove on and carved out a three points 0 – 11 to 0 – 8 win and gain two precious league points. Crossmolina team David O’Boyle, Noel Hegarty, Jonathan O’Boyle, Jason Murphy, Barry Murphy, Daniel Howley, Patrick (Pat) Loftus, J. P. Mulhern 0-1 Conor Caden, Edward Gough, Gerard Haran 0-2 Keelan Hegarty, Thomas McNulty 0-5 David O’Malley, Ian Kelly. Subs: Liam Donohoe, Declan Gilroy, Martin Connor.
The Mayo North Old Engine and Tractor club Annual Field day will take place on the grounds of Enniscoe House on Sunday 21stJuly. This year marks their 20th Anniversary. The show will feature model toy display the Irish Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter, Steam Engines, live Music with Seamus Moore and Pat’s Country Roadshow along with working demos and vintage displays.
Thank You Crossmolina No Name Club
Thank you to all the participants, Leaders and admin staff for a hugely successful No Name Club year. Everyone involved put in a fantastic effort to make it an extremely enjoyable time for the youth of our community. Well done to all. We will be getting back together, and with new members after the Summer Holidays. Anyone interested in being a Leader please do not hesitate to contact us on 087 218 6560.