There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 23rd June. The numbers were 3 – 10 – 21 – 28 one punter match three numbers Mary. Kate. Fergus Killorraunn, Castlehill, Ballina she wins €150. The draw took place in Hiney’s Bar. This weeks Jackpot is €10,050, Many thanks for all your support
Kilmurray Soccer Camp.
Kilmurry Youths are hosting the Sports Direct FAI Summer Soccer School in Kilmurry Community Field from Monday July 2nd to Friday July 6th .The camp is open to boys and girls from 6 to 14 years of age . The cost is €65 .Participants will receive an exclusive kit , backpack , football and certificate .Book online at www.summersoccerschools.ie or call 1890 653 653
National Schools Final
Two goals in the opening ten minuets from Lenny Gilbert and James Ivers was not the start the Crossmolina National School wanted against Belmullet in this north B Final in Cill Chomain Last Friday week. Crossmolina came back with a Oisin Deane Point and Dylan Flynn grabbed a goal and Nathan Lynch a point before Anthony Barrett and Conor Walsh tacked on points to leave the half time score 2-2 to 1-2 Anthony Barrett quickly increased the lead with a point. Crossmolina were very much on top in this period James O’Boyle drove over a point Kobe McDonald added another before Belmullets Charles McDonagh struck a vital goal for his side Crossmolina kept up the pressure but their tendency to go for goals when points were their for the taking and the Belmullet’s defence kept the goal intact until late in the game when Dylan Flynn weaved his way past a couple of defenders to plant the ball in the net, but it was too little too late and the Erris Boys hung on for a two points win 3-3 to 2-4
Crossmolina NS team Jack Sharkey Ronan Connor Josh Moyles Nathan Lynch 0-1 Aaron Coggins Ronan Sweeney (Capt) Kobe McDonald 0-1 Matthew Gordetskyy Patrick O’Malley Kyle Gallagher Oisin Deane 0-1 Billy Loftus Dylan Flynn 2-0 James O’Boyle 0-1 Sean Og McGuinness Subs Matthew Williams for Sean Og McGuinness Shane Lynn for James O’Boyle Saoirse O’Boyle for Ronan Connor
Congratulation to Brian Donohoe Creevy Castlehill and Sarah Hession Claremorris who were married in Ballintubber Abbey with reception in Breaffy House Hotel. Lorraine Rowland Abbeytown Crossmolina and Patrick Connolly Kilmeena who were married in St Tiernans church with reception in the Castlecourt Hotel Westport. John Garrett Knockglass and Karen Cawley Tooreen Crossmolina who were married in Italy. They are wished all the best of luck and happiness from their many friends
Bags of Unwanted clothes cannot be dropped into or at the shed of Crossmolina National School as there will be no further collections from this location CCTV is in operation
Division 1 League
Charlestown 2 – 10 Crossmolina 0 – 13
This bottom of the table clash at Fr O’Hara Park which was played in blistering heat of 24c was dominated by Chareltown in the opening half Colm Maye opened the scoring with a point which Fionan Duffy Cancelled out then Paul Towey after 5 minuets grabbed his sides first which was quickly followed by a Patrick Goldrick point Conor Loftus pointed from play David Caffrey came from deep pop over a point the rest of the scoring was confined to the last eight minuets Patrick Goldrick was put clean through on goal and made no mistake Colm Maye added on two points and Cathal Carolan pulled two back before the break to leave the half time score 2 – 6 to 0 -4 in favour of the east mayo side Crossmolina came out fighting for their survival in division 1 with two points from Cathal Carolan and Mike Gallagher Com Maye pointed a free Fionan Duffy tacked on two points and J.P.Mulhern one Crossmolina who rallied to the end and a string of points from Fionan Duffy Conor Loftus Cathal Carolan Stephen Duffy and Fionan Duffy kept the pressure on Charletown who had squeezed in points each from Paul and Damien Ward in between those scores to secure two vital points for their side. Crossmolina team and scorers Shane Keane Darren Caden Stephen Duffy 0 – 1 Derek Hegarty Peadar Gardiner Hugh Cafferty Cathal Carolan 0 – 4 Conor Loftus 0 – 2 Kevin Mulhern Mickie Loftus Tommy Walsh David Howley J.P. Mulhern 0 – 1 Fionan Duffy 0 – 5 Subs Brian Benson for Kevin Mulhern inj Mike Gallagher 0 – 1 for Brian Benson inj Kenneth McHugh for Fergoil Gill
On this coming Sunday evening 8th July in Kilmurray Community centre with Music by Conor Duffy commencing at 7pm admission €5. Come along meet and greet your friends. Refreshments served all are welcome
Cash for Clobber at Ballina Family Resource Centre
If you are clearing out your home please drop the clothes, shoes, bags etc into the Ballina Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ardnaree. We are doing a Cash for Clobber as a Fundraiser for the Centre, your support would be greatly appreciated. If you need bags we have some in the centre, just drop in and collect them. For more info call 096 75573. All money raised goes towards affordable counselling to those in need.
Dementia Dance Club
Community Action on Dementia is a FREE dance club for people living with dementia and their families/carers being run in the Ballina Family Resource Centre every Thursday from 2.30pm to 4.00 pm. Light refreshments served. Ring Francis on 0868366312 for more info.
The late Billy Cooke
The death occurred peacefully on Tuesday 26th June at River View Nursing Home Ballina of William H. Cooke better known as Billy), in his 81st year Fortland House, Crossmolina. His remains reposed at Hineys Funeral Home on Thursday evening with removal to St Marys church with service on Friday and burial afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery. Billy is survived by his wife Viola, daughters Sharon, Stephanie, Suzanne, Vivienne, Gillian, son Alastair. Loving grandad to Max, Adam, Sam, Kyla, Nathan, Jess, Andrea, Danielle, Alex and Sophia. Deeply regretted by his loving daughter- in-law Deirdre, sons-in-law David, Stephen, Neil and Sharon’s partner Tom sister Iris, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, cousins, relatives, neighbours and friends. May he rest in peace
All roads lead to Keenagh on the weekend of July 13th to 15th as the local Community celebrate the. Centenary of the Church of the Holy Souls Celebrations commence with Opening Ceremony in the Church at 8pm on Friday evening followed by Music and Dancing with The Bumble Bee and local musicians in the Marquee and a display from Atlantic Rhythm. At 2 pm Saturday its Family Day with Novelty sports, bouncy castle and heritage events At 7 pm we remember the dearly departed from our area at the annual cemetery mass in Kilmurray. The night rounds off with BBQ and dancing to Medicine Bow in the Marquee at Keenagh School. At noon on Sunday there is the Christy Murphy commerative walk around Drumleen Lake. The highlight of the weekend is the Centenary Mass concelebrated with Bishop Fleming and Clergy at 3 pm with the Centenary Dance held on the Sunday night in O’Malleys Crossmolina with Music by Irish Eyes
The Rare Tulip
All of ten tulips are all set to strut their stuff on stage at the Rare Tulip alternative beauty & talent contest in Hiney’s Upper Deck next Saturday night. This event is a fundraiser for the upcoming Homecoming Festival. All of the tulips are looking a bit withered due to the recent heatwave but are set to be in full bloom this Saturday night, the tulips for 2018 are Declan Sweeney, Kieran Gill, Ian Gordon, Kenneth McHugh, Sean Carolan, Anthony Leonard, Stephen McHugh, Eamon Clifford, Anthony Walsh & Darren Caden.
Tickets for the Marc Roberts concert are now available again in Hiney’s, Centra & Mulhern’s Gala. There are some places available at the Sand Art Magic Workshop but this event needs advance booking, there is no admission. You can catch up on some of the Fiver Friday offers on the festival facebook page this week, don’t forget, Friday July 20th is the day to Shop Local. Congratulations to Thérese Ni Laimhin from Foxford who was the winner of the Singing Pubs heat in Stick’s and is through to the Grand Final on July 22nd. Full details are on the festival website and updates will be regularly posted on the Facebook page.