There was no winner of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday 22nd July. The numbers drawn were 1 – 21 – 28 – 30 no punter matched three numbers either and three tickets were drawn Aidan Mulligan Rathkell Castlehill Ballina, Laura Judge The Boreen Crossmolina, Ann Mangan and Michael Rielly Ballina St Crossmolina they won €50 each. The draw took place in Hiney’s This week’s Jackpot is €5,550. Many thanks for your continued Support.
Rural Social Scheme
A Rural Social Scheme (R S S) vacance has arisen in the Keenagh Area to assist Keenagh Heart-Safe Community Group 19.5 Hours weekly. For further information please contact Tom Timlin 087 0506352
Westport 0 – 14 Crossmolina 1 – 8
Westport won this relegation Division 4 league play-off comfortably in the end by three points. Crossmolina dominated the opening half and still went in at the break in arrears 0 – 7 to 1- 3 missing at least three goal chances while playing with aid of a stiffish breeze. Oisin Moran and James Gill opened The Westport account with point. Crossmolina’s James Gill and Edward Gough with two points and a goal from Eoin Murphy Westport finished the half with a string of points from Martin Dunne James Gill Daniel McGovern Cian Grimes and Peter Corcoran. Eoin Murphy after the break gave his side the lead with two points which was short lived when James Gill tied the score. All afore mentioned Westport forwards and Niall O’Malley kept the score board ticking over with points. Edward Gough J. P. Mulhern and Eoin Murphy replied with points each it was too little to late Crossmolina Team and Scorers Conor Reynolds Fergal Gill Fergal Duffy Jason Murphy Declan Gilroy Niall Maughan Diarmaid Fox Killian Fergus J. P. Mulhern 0 – 1 Edward Gough o – 3 Danny McDonald Joe Gill Eoin Murphy 1 – 3 Tommy Walsh James Gill 0 – 1 Sub Liam Connor for Diarmaid Fox
Won U16 County Title
Congratulation to Crossmolina Deel-Rovers U16 team on winning the County A title with a 4 – 11 to 2 – 10 victory over Castlebar Mitchels at Hastings Insurance McHale Park on Thursday last bridging a thirty-two-year gap since the club won its first title in 1991 when some of this year’s team’s fathers were on that team