The Club congratulates Eileen Boyce, Moydrum. Seller: N. Joyce who won €1,242 in the Club’s weekly draw on Saturday 30th April. 50/50 draw next week, Saturday 7th May will be in Coffeys, 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 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 6 – David Corcoran on selling duty. Many thanks for your support.

Club Rossie: The Club Rossie draw takes place on Saturday, May 14th. There are numerous prizes on offer with a total worth of €30,000. Most of the funds raised will go towards the redevelopment of Hyde Park and ensuring that all Roscommon teams reach their full potential. For more information on what each membership package contains and to sign up, visit or contact Tom Gilleran.

Senior Football: O’Gara Cup: St. Dominics 0-13 Castlerea 0-11. St. Dominics were deserving winners over Castlerea on Sunday last, 23rd April, in Castlerea. Playing with the aid of a slight breeze Dominics moved the Ball with speed and precision and early points from Man of the Match, Ultan Kelly and a pointed free from Conor Fallon had them 0-3 to 0-1 up after six minutes with the Castlerea point coming from a Ger Heneghan free. Castlerea responded with points from Christy Dineen (2) and Fintan Kelly but Dominics were dominant and further points from Ultan Kelly (2) Tom Gately and Conor Fallon had it 0-7 to 0-4 after 25 minutes. Two late Castlerea first half points from Sean Ryan and Christy Dineen had it 0-7 to 0-6 for Dominics at the break. Ger Heneghan levelled matters with a free just after the break but then Dominics hit a purple patch and great scores from Conor Fallon (3), Ultan Kelly and Tommy Hurley made it 0-12 to 0-7 by the 47th minute. Dominics Manager Malachy Gately won’t be happy with his players taking the foot off the gas for the final 10 minutes and this allowed Castlerea to close the gap to a single point with points from Ger Heneghan (2) Christy Dineen, and Sean Ryan. Conor Fallon got the insurance point for Dominics in the 60th minute to move Dominics to second place in the table. Dominics – M Miley P Carney M Byrne D Corcoran M Grady B O’Meara N Watson E McCormack O Milton T Gately (0-1) C Fallon (0-6) S Dervin K O’Beirne U Kelly (0-5) T Hurley (0-1) Subs- R Byrne for K O Beirne. S Cunningham for S Dervan. Castlerea- G Claffey E Creaton N Collins G McElhone N Connaughton D Quinn T Callaghan F Kelly (0-1) R Raftery S Ryan (0-2) D McDermott J Henry C Dineen (0-4) P O Connor G Heneghan (0-4). Subs – E O Connor for D McDermott, J Keenan for P O’Connor, P Gunning for F Kelly. The next fixture is the Intermediate Football Championship on Saturday 7th May at 7pm versus Tulsk in Ballyleague.

Senior Hurling: Training for our senior hurlers takes place on Saturday evenings at 7pm. Everyone is asked to attend. All newcomers welcome.

Camogie: Senior: Our Hodson Bay Sponsored senior team training details will be sent out via text. U12, U10 and U8 Camogie continues at the usual times, details will be sent via text.

Ladies Football: The Connacht ladies U14 Shield Final takes place between Leitrim and Roscommon on the 8th of May. St. Dominics are represented by Chloe McDonnell, good luck to all involved. Best wishes and good luck to St. Dominic’s Footballers, Eimear McNally, Rachael Corcoran, Julie Healy and the Roscommon Ladies Football Minor team in the Connacht B Final. They play Leitrim on Monday 2nd May in Ballyhaunis. St. Dominics ladies U6/U8/U10 training continues at St. John’s Community Centre from 10am to 11am. Please remember to bring your mouthguards and a drink, thank you. The U12 ladies play Round 1 of their Championship next Sunday, 8th May v. St. Ciaran’s at home at 6pm. The Roscommon Leisure Zone sponsored Junior team play St. Mary’s in Round 2 of the adult league, away 12pm All support welcome.

Minor Hurling: Training for boy’s U8/U10 continues from 6pm to 7pm at St. Dominic’s pitch contact David Weir 086-8741108. Training for U12 and U14 boys, continues, this week details will be sent out by text. U16 hurlers continue to train Tuesday from 8pm at the pitch. Last Sunday, 24th of April the GAA commemorated 1916 with Laochra in Croke Park St. Dominic’s were represented on the day as Patrick Mullooly and a group of young people read out the proclamation well done to all fantastic ambassador’s for your clubs.

Minor Football: The U14s lost out to St. Aidans at home in Division 2 on Thursday 28th April and now play Kilmore/Shannon Gaels away on Thursday 5th May at 7.30pm. The minors played St. Faithleachs in Division 1 relegation play-off Friday 29th. Final score St. Faithleachs 3-6 St. Dominics 4-14.

U12s Division 2 play Kilbride at home on Saturday 7th April at 12pm, all fixtures to be confirmed. U12 Division 6 beat St. Ronans 1-12 to 1-1 on Saturday 30th April.

Golf Society: Next outing is 14th May to Strokestown Golf Club. Time: 11pm-12.15pm. Loughrea was a good outing and many thanks to those who played. This time, we would encourage ladies to join us (choice of 9 or 18 holes). Replies to Marina Dolan 0872254695 Eddie Miley 0862561563 or Tommy Fallon 0868115424. Looking forward to seeing you all.

Social Initiative: Roscommon Social initiative are organising a trip to Collins barracks and Glasnevin Cemetery on Saturday June 11th next. All in cost including lunch €40. For more details contact Sean Man ion 086-8388756

Club Notes – 2nd May 2016