The Club congratulates John Corcoran, Roscommon who won €1,077 in the Club’s weekly draw. 50/50 draw next week Saturday 17th October will be in Ned’s, Knockcroghery. You can sign up for the next 52 weeks (Cost €100) or 26 weeks (Cost €50) at any time, please contact 087 3552383 for details and online Club website at www.naomhdominic.com. Envelopes, for entry into each individual draw on each Saturday, are also available in the Shops/Post Office and Bars in the locality, as well as from John Corcoran’s Menswear and Roscommon Leisure Zone in Roscommon – only €2 per draw. David O’Connor, Team 1 on selling duty.
Ladies Football: St. Dominic’s U12 and U14 ladies have now finished up for the year. The girls are showing great potential for the future. The U12 management team of P.J Cafferkey, Padraig Grady and the U14 management team of David O’Connor, P.J. and Rory Silke would like to thank the girls for all the commitment and hard work shown all year. This would not be possible without the help and support of all those in the background. Thank you to the parents, supporters, tea makers and anyone who has helped out during the year. The Ladies Football committee also deserve a big thank.
Scor: Scor ná bPáistá will take place in St. Johns Community Centre on Saturday 17th October at 5pm. All primary school children in the parish are welcome to take part in the following disciplines: Figure dancing, Sola singing, Recitation, Group instrumental music, Leiriu, Ballad group and Set dancing. Looking forward to seeing all our young talent on the evening. Scor ná nOg Club Final will take place in Culleen Hall on Saturday 24th of October at 6.30pm. Everyone welcome to what is promising to be a very enjoyable evenings of entertainment.
Minor Hurling: St Dominic s u16 hurlers were made County champions when they overcame Four Roads in an exciting close game, on a score line of St. Dominics 0-13 Four Road 1-7. Vincent Pierse and his management team made history since it was 26 years ago when the last time Dominics team won this cup. Weather conditions were excellent for hurling. St. Dominics got on the score board first when Conor Kennelly won a free. Conor created plenty of chances, playing at full forward, he scored three points early in the game but Four Roads came back with a goal. Four Roads tried to score a second goal but Cormac Miley made a brilliant save. In midfield M.J. Egan was excellent both in play as well with long range frees. Daniel O’Neill was fouled on a number occasions giving his team a slight lead but Four Road Neill Hynes was picking long range points. Before halftime Michael Treacy scored two unanswered points leaving the halftime score Dominic s 0-9 Four Roads 1-5pt, the second half was electric, both teams giving of their all. It was neck and neck all the way to the finish line. St. Dominics goalkeeper was outstanding, pulling off numerous saves, with Padraig O’Haiplin and Ethan Connaughton battling hard. Conor McCormack tried hard up front. Dominics held on to their lead when Dwane Martin who was ice cool on free taking scoring the final point. Dominics were worthy winners with Jack Lohan receiving the man of the match, while captain Conor Grimes received the cup. He thanked, Vincent, Declan, Mike, and Joe. Team: Cormac Miley, Jack Lohan, Daire Beirne, Fergal Hoare, Ethan Connaughton, Padraig O’Haiplin, James Fagan, M.J.Egan, Conor Grimes, Michael Treacy, Daniel O’Neill, Dawne Martin, Eddie Campbell, Conor Kennelly, Daire Keenan. Subs: Conor McCormack, K. Doyle, M. Beirne. A. Dele.
Minor Hurling: U16: Congratulations to our U16 team and their management who enjoyed a great win over Roscommon Gaels in the play-offs for the County Final. Well done girls! Their County Final is fixed for Wednesday, 21st October in Lisnamult. Time to be confirmed.
Senior Camogie: Preparations are well underway ahead of the Junior B Connaught Final next weekend when our Hodson Bay sponsored Senior Team take on Shamrock’s of Loughrea. This team were crowned Junior County Champions in August when they defeated Four Roads. They then beat Na Brideoga of Mayo in the Connaught Semi-Final two weeks ago. This team are a committed group of players who have trained hard throughout the year and are most deserving of their place in the Connaught Final on Saturday. This game is fixed for 4pm in Knockcroghery. Your support would be greatly appreciated for this match. We wish the panel and their management every success on Saturday. Hard luck to our Hodson Bay sponsored Senior Camogie Team who were beaten by Four Roads in the Senior Championship last weekend. The girls displayed great skill and determination throughout the game. Panel: Caroline Connaughton, Eimear Mc Nally, Sinead Morris, Aoife Coyle, Edelle Gately, Joanne Beattie, Ann-Marie Murray, Sile Carney, Caroline Dowling, Niamh Watson, Rachel Dolan, Fiona Murray, Susan Spillane, Michale Craven, Aisling Dolan, Katie Lyons, Julie Healy, Rachel Corcoran, Caoilfhionn Cox, Michelle Mc Laughlin.