The Club congratulates to Breda Lawless, Dublin. (Seller: John Naughton) who won €1,140 in the Club’s weekly draw. 50/50 draw for Saturday 27th March will be in Murray’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 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. Leo Kenny, Team 8 on selling duty.

A registration evening will be held on Wednesday, 25th March, from 8:00-9:00pm in the clubhouse. It is important that all players’ registration is received by this date, otherwise we cannot guarantee that their registration will be completed by the 31st March. Member’s whose registration is not completed on the GAA system by 31st March 2015, will not be eligible to train or play from 1st April 2015.

Executive Meeting: There will be at meeting on Thursday 26th at 9pm in the meeting room. Please forward any items for the agenda to Secretary, Tina Dolan by Tuesday night.

Dinner Dance: St Dominics GAA club Dinner Dance is on Saturday April 4th at 9pm in the Hodson Bay Hotel. Tickets available at the keen price of €30 from Paul Gillespie (087) 6875582. Special Guest, G.A.A. President, Aogain O Fearghail. All welcome. All welcome. Music by local band, “White Diamond.”

Sponsorship: Packages now available and new signage opportunities being put in place, please contact any Club Officer for details.

Health and Wellbeing: As part of the GAA’s Health and Wellbeing initiative St. Dominics has formed a committee under the direction of the club’s Health and Wellbeing Officer, Tommy Fallon. The group held a very successful launch night on Thursday night last, March 12th in Culleen Hall Knockcroghery. Emmet Haughian, the GAA’s National Health and Wellbeing Coordinator and Conor Cusack, former Cork hurler and GPA Positive Mental Health Advocate spoke at the event and officially launched the club’s policy. The club look forward to promoting more areas of the initiative in the coming months. Anyone wishing to view the policy document may do so at

Senior Football: Seniors played St. Croans away last Sunday 22nd March in Enfield. The home side were out of the blocks early and built a good lead. St. Dominics responded well in the second half to close the gap to five points. Final score St. Croans 1-20 St. Dominics 3-9.

Senior Hurling: Training for senior hurling is on Tuesday nights at 8pm. The team has been going well so far this year. The next match is in the Sean Keane Cup versus Athleague in Athleague at 4:30pm on Good Friday, 3rd April.

Camogie: Under 8 and Under 10 indoor training continues in St. John’s Community Centre on Thursday evenings at 6:15pm. All welcome. Congratulations to our Under 14 team who had a great win against Tulsk last Saturday. Panel: Caoimhe Donoghue, Sarah Cafferkey, Aine Lyons, Clodagh Keenan, Tara Hegarty, Aisling Walsh, Annya Coyle, Savannah Cassidy, Ava Sweeney, Chloe Mc Donnell, Aine Cassidy, Tara Murphy, Kate O’ Brien, Ina Van Opstal, Ciara Roddy, Leona Harney, Aimee O’ Connor, Esther Bridcutt Barry, Ellen Cafferky, Fiona Hoare, Niamh Fitzgerald, Hannah Dempsey, Alannah O’ Malley, Niamh Cuttle, Aimee Galvin. They now meet Athleague in the next round of this competition- time and date to be confirmed. Training continues on Monday evenings at 7.30pm. All welcome. Commiserations to our Hodson Bay Hotel sponsored Senior Team who were beaten by Four Roads in the first round of the Spring League. Four Roads took advantage of having a strong breeze behind them in the first half and secured a number of vital scores. However, a much improved second half for St. Dominic’s saw them outscore Four Roads by 3 points to 2 points. Panel: Caroline Connaughton, Aoife Coyle, Edelle Gately, Sinead Morris, Michale Craven, Aisling Dolan, Joanne Beattie, Caroline Dowling, Niamh Watson, Rachel Corcoran, Susan Spillane, Caoilfhionn Cox, Fiona Murray, Rachel Dolan, Rachel Conroy, Ciara Mc Carthy, Lauren Conroy, Katie Lyons, Michelle McLaughlin. Training continues on Saturdays at 6.30pm and Mondays at 8pm. All players are asked to attend.

Ladies Football: On St.Patrick’s Day St.Dominics came up against a stronger side in St.Ciarans. St Dominics put in a performance that the ladies can be very proud of. Many thanks to all the girls that travelled home especially for the game and to all the u16 girls that stepped up to the mark with a number of players away. Next game is away to Padraig Pearses. U16s played Boyle on Sunday last, running out comfortable winners. Next game Sunday 29th at home to Padraig Pearses. The County u14s play Mayo next Saturday. Good luck to Aisling Walsh, Aimee O’Connor, Savannah Cassidy, Emma Solid, Chloe McDonnell and Ava Sweeney. The County Intermediate ladies play Fermanagh next Sunday wishing Caroline Dowling & Niamh Watson good luck. Training for our Minor/Junior ladies continues Friday evening 7pm to 8pm.

Club Notes – 23rd Mar 2015