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Club Notes 1st October 2007

Senior Football

We retained the Senior League last Sunday against the Round Towers but not without a fight. It was far from being a vintage performance from the Gaels as we struggled to find our Championship form. A few of the fringe players were given their chance to claim a Championship place against a Towers team who had the better of the exchanges in the first half.

Shaun Campbell continued his good run of form in defence with Fergus Mc Mahon and Dave O’Brien looking the brightest up front. The second half seen glimpses of what we can do with JP Boyle and Chris Maroney finding their range, but in the end we just about deserved to win against a Towers team who improved considerably from the previous week.

On a down note we lost defender David Cannon early on in the game after a collision with a Towers player, which resulted in him being taken to Hospital, were it was found he had a broken leg. All in the club wish David a speedy recovery. It is expected that Dave will be in plaster for six to eight weeks. Final Score TCG 0-11, Round Towers 1-6.

U16's

Well done to the Under 16 team after they easily disposed of Saint Anne’s of Manchester in the British quarter final in Birmingham by a score of 5-19 to 0-2.

The boys are due to play again in Birmingham this Saturday in the semi final and hopefully they will be tested a little more, details of the game will be posted on our website later on in the week. Thanks to the mini bus drivers Vince and Philip and of course the ladies with the sandwiches for the boys.

Minors

The Minor team had a walkover against the Round Towers in the Championship semi final last Sunday.

U21's

The Under 21 team play this Saturday 6th October in the Championship semi final against the Parnells at Greenford , 3pm throw-in.

Reserver Football

The Reserve team will play Fulham Irish in the Championship final with the date yet to be decided.

Club Draw

The 100 draw took place last weekend and the following people were the winners:

1st Rick Williamson (£1000), 2nd Mary Byrne (£300), 3rd Tom Mohan (£200), 4th Eamon Lynam (£100), 5th Pam McGovern (£100), 6th Adrian Byrne (£75), 7th Paddy Burke (£75), 8th John Brennan (£50), 9th Adrian Byrne (£50), 10th Liam Burke (£50)

Thank you to everyone who sold tickets for the draw, all profits will go towards the underage trip to Cork on the 18th October.

Keating Family

The Keating Family would like to extend their sincere thanks to all at Tir Chonaill Gaels and the wider GAA community for their kind support and prayers during the loss of their son and brother David.

May he rest in peace.

Andy Duffy - London Memorial Mass

Details of the Andy Duffy mass in London will appear on our website later on in the week.

Lotto Results

Winning numbers, 6 – 10 – 12 – 19.

No jackpot winners of this weeks jackpot of £2,250.

Lucky Dip winners, Jacko, c/o Conningham Arms, Karen Mc Loughlin, c/o Orchard Tavern, Adrian Byrne c/o TCG, Paul Sullivan, c/o Magees.

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