Mac Cumhaills GAA NotesWIN UP TO €19,000 WITH MAC CUMHAILLS.You can now win up to €19,000 with Mac Cumhaills. Our Lotto jackpot has reached €10,000 and our Bingo Snowball Jackpot is an incredible €9,000.You can play Lotto every Thursday and Bingo every Sunday night.If you’re not in, you can’t win!!! MAC CUMHAILLS JACKPOT STILL AT €10,000There were no winners of this weeks Jackpot.Numbers drawn were 8,18,27 and 30.There was 1 match 3 winner.Helen Mc Laughlin receives €150.Next weeks Jackpot is €10,000. UNDER 16 BOYS LEAGUEOur Under 16 lads recorded a great victory over local rivals St Marys Convoy on Friday evening in Convoy. The early stages of the game had a world Cup feel to it as Convoy lead 2 goals to one. Our lads finished the half very strongly and went into halftime on a scoreline of 2-05 to 2-00. Convoy came out a different team after the interval and scored 1-02 without reply to draw level. Despite this our lads showed great character and reserve to fight back and went on to record a 3-08 to 3-05 victory. this was an outstanding performance with everybody contributing against a fine Convoy team. The lads were unbeaten and topped their group. Quarter final dates TBC.UNDER 16 GIRLS LEAGUEMac Cumhaills ladies U16 team got off to a great wining start on Tuesday evening when they beat Red Hughs on a scoreline of 8-11 to 1-0. The girls took time to settle but once they got into their rhythm they played some excellent football,they fought for every ball and worked wellas a unit. Great overall team performance.Scorers for Mac Cumhaills were ,Ellen Keegan,Demi Buchanan, Courtney O Brien, Aine Bogle, Aoife Gillespie and Cliodhna Kelly.UNDER 14 ALL COUNTY SEMI FINALU14 semifinal played in Mountcharles on Saturday in very wet and slippery conditions. Killybegs started better and it wasn’t long until they were 1-1 up to no score.Back came Mac Cumhaills with good points from Mc Sorley,Gallen and Bruton. Killybegs pushed ahead again with good points from Ryan Cunningham.A high ball in to Killybegs defence saw Joel Bradley Walsh get the break and hit it low into the corner of the net, Both teams exchanged points to go in level at half time 1-6 each.The second half seen Mac Cumhaills start brighter with points from Mc Sorely,Keegan and Gallen but Killybegs hit back with another goal. A great pass by Joel Bradley Walsh seen Daire Mc Cafferty collect the ball in front of goals and slot in into the net. You would of thought it was game over at that stage but Killybegs came back again with a Ryan Cunningham point and a goal to leave the Mac Cumhaills boys down by a point down with a few minutes left,Mc Cumhaills won the kick out and a long ball in to Joel saw him tuck away a goal and a Chad Mc Sorley point put the lads over the line.to reach the County final where they will meet Glenties on Saturday on a score line of Final score was Mac Cumhaills 3-12 Killybegs 3-8.UNDER 12 GIRLSOur U12 Girls took part in the County Blitz held in St. Marys, Convoy, on Saturday last.20 teams took part in the blitz and our girls were placed in a strong group against Termon.Killybegs, St. Michaels and Carndonagh. The girls drew 1 game and performed very wellTo be narrowly defeated in the other 3. The experience will stand to the girls in the futureAnd a very enjoyable day was had by all in what was a very well-organised event.Our panel was: Kelly Lyons, Ava Martin, Holly Gillespie, Sinead Harkin, Derbhla Dunnion,Leah Gallen, Roisin Lillis, Kamila Jedrusik, Emma Murphy, Magan McClean, Rachel Lawne,Caitlin Thompson, Charlene Patton, Aimee McGurk, AmyLee Henderson.THIRD TEAMThe Thirds lost the 2nd leg in this Junior B championship match. They bowed out on a score line of Mac Cumhaills 1-07 St Marys Convoy 1-17SENIOR TEAMThe Seniors traveled to Bundoran with a severly depleted squad. County duty, injuries and Family committments meant we had 7 regular first team missing. This was reflected in the scoreline, with Realt Na Mara scoring two late goals to kill off the match. Realt Na Mara 2-21 Mac Cumhaills 2-11RESULTSTue 8th. Mac Cumhaills 8-11 red Hughes 1-0Fri 11th.Under 16 Football. St Marys Convoy 3-05Sat 12th.Under 14 Football. Mac Cumhaills 3-12 Killybegs 3-08Sun 13th. Senior. Realt Na Mara 2-21 Mac Cumhaills 2-11Sun 13th Third Team.Mac Cumhaills 1-07 St Marys 1-17.BINGOThe Bingo is on in the Villa Rose hotel this week. All very welcome. Jackpot is now €9,000GAA NEWS: WIN UP TO €19,000 ON THE MAC CUMHAILLS GAA LOTTO was last modified: July 14th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAMac CumhaillsNoticesSport
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