Cash for Clobber
Cash for Clobber bags to be returned to the Club House on Wednesday evening 4th May. Ordinary bags can be used if people do not have the Cash for Clobber bags.
Confirmation is taking place this Wednesday and we would like to wish all the boys and girls the very best on this special day. Congratulations to all who participated in the Community Games which was held last Sunday 1st May especially to those that are going forward to the County finals.
Training continues on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm. Our next match is this Sunday against Boyle.
Training will start soon as our matches are just around the corner.
The Under 16 team played Kilglass Gaels in the Div 3A Final last Sunday in the Hyde. It was not St.Dominics day with Kilglass Gaels taking advantage of the wind in the first half. St.Dominics had too much to do in the second half to make up the difference and Kilglass ran away easy winners in the end.
Training continues on Friday evenings at 6:45pm. The Junior B Championship is starting soon as is the Minor Championship. All Under 16 girls are invited to train on Friday evening in preparation for the Minor Championship which is now taking place over the Summer Months with the finals taking place in October.
Training continues on Thursday at 8pm.
St Dominics are scheduled to play Western Gaels away on Saturday 7th May at 5pm.
Next match is at home to St Brigids on Thursday 5th May at 7pm.
U8s, U10s, U12s
Football training continues on Sunday mornings from 12.30 to 1.30. All are welcome.
There will be a meeting of the Minor Committee on Wednesday 4th May at 9.30pm in the meeting room at the pitch.
An important senior hurling meeting will take place next Friday night in the meeting room at 9.30pm. Anyone with an interest in the future of senior hurling in the club please attend.
Training for beginners, U-8’s, U-10’s and U-12’s will continue on Monday 9th May at 6.30 in the pitch. New players are very welcome.
St Dominics Golf Classic sponsored by Molloys Pharmacy and Tony Coyne was held in Roscommon G.C. on Easter Monday. 45 teams took part on the day. We would like to thank everyone who entered teams and played on teams as this is a very important fundraiser for St Dominics GAA Club. We would like to thank Roscommon G.C. for providing us with their facility for the Golf Classic. A special word of thanks to Jim Finn. The winners on the day with 101 pts were Seamus Fallon, Eddie Keane, Noel Moloney and Kevin Glynn; 2nd place were John Naughton, Donie Naughton, George Dooley, and Maurice Stenson; 3rd place were Willie Weldon, Jim Finn, Charlie Brennan and Tony Robinson; 4th place were John Connaghton, Conor Merriman, Paul Hoare and Liam McNeill. Longest Drive was won by Padraic Kelly and Nearest the Pin was won by Willie McManus. Thanks again to everyone who contributed in any way towards the classic – it is greatly appreciated.
The club would like to send their best wishes to Laura Gilleran daughter of Tom (Captain St Doms Golf Society) and Ann Gilleran from Kellybrook and Martin Casey from Coosan, Athlone who recently celebrated their wedding in Albufeira, Portugal. Laura was a very active