The Club congratulates Kate Walsh, Knockcroghery, who won €1,152 in the Club’s weekly draw on Saturday 10th December. 50/50 draw next week, Saturday 17h December 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.ie. 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. Team 2 – Conor Fallon on selling duty. Minor Football are on helping duty for December. Many thanks for your support.
Dinner Dance: Dinner Dance will be held on Friday, 20th January in the Hodson Bay Hotel, music by The Lols, tickets on sale from any committee member.
Senior Football: U20 Championship Semi-Final: St. Dominics 0-13 St. Brigids 2-9. St. Dominics gave another outstanding performance in this year’s Championship but on this occasion came up just short against a very fancied Kiltoom outfit by a two point margin. Many in the good attendance felt that St. Dominics should have been awarded a last minute penalty but it was not to be. Every player and the Management can be proud of their performances in this year’s Championship. St. Dominics started the better and led by three points after seven minutes but against the run of play St. Brigids were awarded a penalty which levelled matters. They added a point two minutes later but Eoin McCormack restored the lead for St. Dominics with two well taken points and Brendan O’Meara added another in the 15th minute. The sides exchanged a brace of points before the break with St. Dominics points coming from goalkeeper Conor Fallon from a 45 and a Tommy Hurley free to leave it 0-8 to 1-3 at the break. Michael Tracey added a further point for St. Dominics but St. Brigids scored their second goal a minute later to level matters again. Every ball was now keenly contested but St. Dominics had the upper hand and another converted 45 from Conor Fallon and a Tommy Hurley point opened up a two point gap with 13 minutes remaining. St. Brigids then hit a purple patch and scored five points in a ten minute spell to lead by three but another 45 from Conor Fallon and a Derek Doyle free left the minimum between the sides going into injury time. The drama was not over, a St. Brigids point in the 61st minute was followed by a final St. Dominics attack when it appeared to most spectators that a St. Dominics forward was upended in the penalty area but play was waved on and so St. Dominics exited the Championship having given every last ounce of energy. St. Dominics – C. Fallon (0-3) N. Watson M. Feeley J. Finnerty D. Byrne M. Byrne L. Kenny C. Murray B. O’Meara (0-1) M. McGloin T. Doyle E. McCormack (0-4) T. Hurley (0-3) D. Gately S. Kenny Subs: R. O’Beirne for T. Doyle, M. Tracey (0-1) for D. Gately, M. Gavin for J. Finnerty, D. Doyle (0-1) for C. Murray, R. Kilcline for M. Feeley, Tom Appleby, K. Dockery, J. Martin.
Minor Hurling: Minor hurling concluded their season with finals of the U-8 indoor tournament on Saturday 10th December. Over fifty children took part on the day with five matches in total. Each child received a medal for taking part in a highly successful tournament. Special thanks to everyone who helped out on the day and throughout the year. Thank you. There is an online foundation hurling course available at the moment. Anyone interested please contact Oliver Lennon, Course Tutor by email before 15th December at email@example.com. Six theory modules online followed by a practical at a later date. Cost is €20.
Scor: Scór Na nÓg (8-17 years) County Final took place on Sunday 11th December in the Dean Crowe, Athlone. St. Dominics Club were successful in reaching the Connacht Final in Recitation, Leiriu and Ballad Group. Well done to all involved.