The Club congratulates Elsie Murray, Rahara. Seller: T Murray who won €1,030 in the Club’s weekly draw on Saturday 16th April. 50/50 draw next week, Saturday 23rd April will be in Kellys, Lecarrow. 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. Team 4 – Paul Gillespie on selling duty. Many thanks for your support.
Senior Football: O’Gara Cup: St. Dominics 3-9 Fuerty 0-14 St. Dominics secured another two points when they overcame Fuerty on Sunday last in Mulhern Park. Fuerty aided by the breeze started well and led by three points to nil after ten minutes with points from Lyons, Brennan and Leahy. Dominics settled after this and a Conor Fallon free was followed by a fisted Michael Finneran goal and a further point from Eoin McCormack. Leahy and Lyons added further points for Fuerty to which Conor Fallon replied with a pointed free to leave it 1-3 to 0-5 to the Knockcroghery men at the break. An excellent Peter Leahy point on the resumption levelled matters but then Dominics with Malachy Gately back in charge of his home Club took control and points from Finneran, Fallon, sub Kenny Beirne and a cracking goal from the impressive Tommy Hurley opened up a six point gap for Dominics by the 42nd minute. Fuerty rallied and points from Lyons, Brennan and Ward narrowed the gap to three but another Tommy Hurley goal and a Michael Finneran point restored a comfortable seven point lead with five minutes remaining. The final minutes was end to end stuff with both sides using their substitutes and Fuerty did rally well with points from Brennan (2), Lyons (2) and Darragh Mullen but Dominics who were well in control added points from C. Fallon and C. Hunt to secure a deserved victory. Team –Dominics- M Miley P Carney P Fallon M Grady M Byrne B O’ Meara T Gately M Finneran (1-2) O Milton U Kelly C Fallon (0-4) S Farrell T Hurley (2-0) E McCormack (0-1) W Doyle Subs – K O Beirne (0-1) for U Kelly C Hunt (0-1) for E McCormack S Dervan for M Finneran.
Senior Hurling: Training for our senior hurlers takes place on Saturday evenings at 7pm. Everyone is asked to attend. All newcomers welcome.
Camogie: Senior: Training continues for the Senior team, details will be sent out via text. U14s: Our U14 camogie team have one remaining round robin game to be played versus Roscommon Gaels. The result of this game will decide who the team plays in the Semi-final. Details will be sent out via text. U12s: The new season begins for this age group with training commencing on Monday evenings between 6pm and 7pm in St. Johns Astroturf. For any queries please contact Joanne Beattie on 085 1047409. Beginners, U8s & U10s: Camogie is back for beginners, U8 and U10. Beginners and U8 – which are girls born in 2008, 2009 and 2010 – continues at 6.30pm on Thursday evenings in St John’s Community Centre. While the U10’s – girls born in 2006 and 2007 – continues on Wednesday evenings in St. John’s FC Astroturf at 6pm. For any queries, please contact John Haughey 087 379 1963 or Timmy Dawson 086 363 1625. County Minor: Best of luck to the Roscommon County Minor Camogie team in the All Ireland B Final v Down next Saturday 23rd April and the two St. Dominics girls Rachel Dolan and Eimear McNally.
Ladies Football: If there is anyone interested in representing our club at the GAA National 1916 commemorative event in Croke Park on Sunday 24th of April please forward their name to any committee member as soon as possible , to be included in the selection process. St. Dominic’s U6/U8 and U10 combined ladies football training continues each Saturday from 10am to 11am at St. John’s Community Centre. Please remember to bring your mouth guards and water, thank you. The U12 girls got their non-competitive Spring League underway last week. They put in a very spirited performance against a stronger St. Brigid’s side and play Four Roads next. Our U16 ladies took on St. Brigid’s in the Division 1B championship Semi-Final on Sunday 17th last. It was a great game on display for the spectators. A close first half saw St. Brigid’s lose a girl through injury. St. Dominic’s pushed on in the second half to win. They play the Division 1B Final against play St. Mary’s on Sunday, 24th April at 4.30pm in Kiltoom. Roscommon County U16 ladies got their Championship underway when they met Galway on 13th of April last. It was a very thrilling game in which Roscommon were leading throughout. Unfortunately, with the last kick of the game Galway secured a point which saw them win on a score line of 3-12 to 3-11. St. Dominic’s are well represented on this panel by A. O’Connor, A.Walsh, A.Gavin, C.Corcoran, E. Silke, and S. Casey. They play Mayo in Round 2 next Wednesday 20th of April, good luck to all.
Minor Hurling: St. Dominic’s u14 lads took on Roscommon Gaels at Lisnamult in Round 5 of the Championship on Sunday evening last. Unfortunately the lads were beaten by a stronger side. Details of training will be sent out during the week. St. Dominic’s Minor hurlers play Four Roads in the Championship semi-final next Wednesday 20th April throw in at 6.15pm in Athleague.
Minor Football: St. Dominic’s u14s are scheduled to play Oran in Rockfield on Thursday 21st at 7pm in Division 2 of the league. The U12s are down to play Castlerea in O’Rourke Park in Division 1 on Saturday 23rd April at 12pm and St. Ronans in Kilronan Park in Division 6 at 3pm, all fixtures to be confirmed.
Language and Culture: As part of our promotion of the Irish language, Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, Roscomáin are offering a number of grants to students who wish to improve their knowledge of the Irish language. Applications are invited from full time secondary school students in Co. Roscommon. Each grant is worth €200. Successful candidates from 2014 and 2015 may not take part in this competition. Two of the grants will be awarded to students who have taken part in the GAA Scor na nÓg competitions. Students are to apply with a short essay as Gaeilge (300 words) entitled: “An Cumann Lúthchleas Gael sa bhliain 2016” plus an application form which can be downloaded under the “Culture” Tab at www.gaaroscommon.ie Completed applications should be forwarded to Michael Mac Ghiolla Dhuinn, Oifigeach Cultúir agus Gaeilge, Roscommon County Board Office, Racecourse Road, Roscommon on or before Friday 29th April 2016, or via e-mail at email@example.com Applications after this date will not be accepted. Also, applications without a G.A.A. Membership Number or written clarification from the secretary of Camogie/Ladies Club will not be entertained.