29th Nov

Senior Football
U21 Football

St Dominics had a well deserved victory over Shannon Gaels in this U21 Semi-Final played on Sat night in a wet and windy Kiltoom
St DOMINICS – K Mullarney, J Murray, C Shaw, D Donnelly, C Farrell, R Byrne, L Kilcline, P Fallon, N Byrne, S Connaughton, D Dowling, O Milton, S Mc Cormack, N Connaughton,

S Dervan.
Subs – R Morris for S Dervan; O Kelly for D Donnelly; D Mc Donnell for N Connaughton; S Naughton for J Murray; S Dervan for R Byrne.


Minor Hurling:
Our U-15 hurlers were beaten in the County Final by Pearses in Athleague on Saturday last. The match was played in terrible conditions. Great credit goes to both teams for playing some great hurling in the wind and driving rain. St Dominics played with the wind in the 1st half and the teams ended level at half time on a scoreline of 4 points a piece. Pearses started brightly in the 2nd half with 2 quick points and St Dominics struggled to created chances against the gale force wind and Pearses stretched the lead to 4 points. St Dominics were unluckly when on rare attack when a goalbound shot hit the crossbar and was cleared to safety. St Dominics attacked until the final whistle but the scores failed to materalise and Pearses ran out winners on a final scoreline of 10 points to 4 points. Well done to the players and management for a great display and the future looks bright for hurling in the club. That completes the outdoor season for this year but the U-8s indoor hurling continues.

The semi-finals of Scor na nOg took place in Ballyleague at the weekend. Comhghairdeas to all the St. Dominics competitors who secured a place in the Final. For the first time in several years St. Dominics will have representation in all categories as our musicians booked their place in the final on Friday night last. Thank you to all the competitors and mentors who have worked so hard in keeping the tradition of Scor alive in St. Dominics. We wish them all the best in the final and would ask that you lend your support to them in the Dean Crowe Theatre Athlone, on December 11th. This is an all-ticket affair and has been a sold out event for the past few years, so early booking is essential for those seeking tickets. Tickets can only be booked from the Dean Crowe’s ticket box on 090 64 92129 or online atwww.deancrowetheatre.com final.


22nd Nov

Minor Hurling

Under 15’s

Our U15 hurlers played Four Roads in the Semi Final on Saturday in Four Roads. This was a very hard physical match with both teams playing their hearts out to qualify for the final next weekend. St Dominics played in a determined fashion to gain revenge for their previous defeat to Four Roads in the U16 Championship. After some great play from the defence in the first half who supplied good ball into the forwards, they lead by 3.07 to 0.4. Four Roads started brightly in the 2nd half with 2 points but then St Dominics regained superiority and ran out convincing winners on a final score line of 5.10 to 0.7. It was a very good team performance and we wish the team well in the Final next weekend. Please come out and support the team next weekend.
Minor Hurling AGM

The Minor Hurling AGM was held last Wednesday and the following officers were elected: Secretary Mark Reynolds, Treasurer Pat Byrne, PRO Noel Joyce. The Chairperson’s position has yet to be filled.

Executive Club

St. Dominics GAA Club AGM will be held in Culleen Hall next Sunday 27th November at 7pm. All members are asked to attend.

Ladies Football

St. Dominics Ladies Football Club will hold their AGM on Wednesday 23rd November in the Meeting Room. In order for the club to progress we require people to help out at all levels of the club, whether it is to assist at training, female supervision, first aid, or at committee level. The club is ten years old this year and we won our first Div 1 County title. We have a huge number of girls who are interested in playing football but we require more people to help out in order to keep the club running.



The County Semi-finals will be held in Ballyleague on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November commencing at 7.30 pm. St. Dominics will have strong representation on both nights and we wish all the competitors the best of luck. Please come and support them as the two evenings promise to be of top class entertainment.

St Dominics Golf Society

St Dominics Golf Society Captains (Tom Gilleran) weekend away is on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November in Galway. There are still a few places available for anyone interested in going, golfers or non golfers. Contact Eddie on 086-2561563 for more details.

U-21 Football

Under 21 football Semi-Final against Shannon Gaels takes place this Saturday 26th November in Lisnamult GAA pitch at 6pm. Please support.

15th Nov

Club AGM’s

A busy week ahead with all our clubs holding their AGMs. We would ask parents to support the AGMs and the Officers by attending. All help is greatly appreciated especially at under age level. If people are unable to attend but wish to assist then please contact the club and indicate that you may be in a position to assist. The following AGMs will be held in the meeting room at the Club House.

Minor Hurling 16th Nov at 8pm

Minor Football 17th Nov at 8:30pm

Ladies Football 18th Nov at 8pm

Senior Football 19th Nov at 8pm

Senior Hurling 20th Nov at 6pm

The Executive AGM will be held on Sun 27th November at 7pm in Culleen Hall.

St Dominics Golf Society

Anyone wishing to travel on the St Dominics Weekend Away Golf Society Captains (Tom Gilleran) outing to Galway please contact Eddie on 086-2561563 to secure your place. Golfers and non-golfers welcome.


8th Nov

St.Dominics GAA Club A.G.M. will take place on Sunday 27th Novemer at 7pm in Culleen Hall. All members welcome.

Halloween Theme Fun Bowling
Great craic was had on the day and night by both children and adults. Well done to Daire Keenan who won the pool competition and to Brendan O’Meara on winning the penalty shoot out! Congratulations to the childrens winning team which consisted of “The Boys in Blue” Michael Treacy, Daire Byrne, Ethan Connaughton and Cormac Miley. The adult final was a very close fought event. There were some very strong teams contesting this which included a team of some strong Scregg men to name but a few Billy Morris who was striking all around him!!!!!!!!! It was all down to “luck/look” he said.!!!! Gerry Keenan handled his balls very well too on the night. Bernie Kilclines ladies team were throwing very consistently and been surrounded by men didn’t seem to bother them! Michael Dolan and his team members were finding the big balls too hard to handle as they are used to a smalller type ball!! The other ladies team “Women on top” seemed to be having a slight wall block and gully trouble. The team victorious on the night were none other than Padraic Treacy, Bernie Treacy, Mal Lyons and Gerry Donnelly. They had a brillant finish by Gerry Donnelly with 4 strikes in a row – A Turkey plus 1 in bowling terms! (I think!) Their secret behind closed doors practising proved to pay off – well done. Well done to everyone involved in this successful event especially to David O’Connor and Cormac McNally for all their hard work. A special word of thanks to Michael from Rosbowl for facilitating and looking after us so well during our days event and we wish them continued success in the future.

1st Nov


The Scor na nOg Parish final took place to a full house on Sunday 23rd October in St. John’s Community Centre. 83 boys and girls aged from 7 to 16 took part in 8 disciplines. First up was the figure dancers who started proceedings with the High Caul Cap and St. Patrick’s Day. The solo singing was hotly contested with Aisling Byrne and David Finnerty ultimately winning out in what was a strong field of some of the finest singers the parish has to offer. Three teams entered the ceol uirlise and the audience were treated to some fine music from tinwhistle and fiddle. The scealaiocht had seven competitors who recited Yeats to some self penned poetry. (Vincent Pierse look out!!!). Roisin Roddy and Micky Joe Egan won through to the next round. Seven ballad groups took to the stage on the night with some wonderful renditions including Molly Malone and Connemara. There were several younger ballad groups who showed that talent is alive and well in St. Dominics. After the interval we had the brainiacs for trath na gCeist. Thirteen competitors took to the stage and after 30 questions from Pat Dennehy we had a tie break. It took a further six questions to find two teams who who will represent the club in the next round. The novelty act was the second last discipline of the night and once again the audience were not left disappointed. From a three legged man to an elephant, from Fionn MacCool to aunt Maggie’s toenails, not to mention a flag which could cause damage and lads on the fiddle, the audience were left in stitches with the antics on stage. The set dancers proved a fitting finale for the night. With all the competition out of the way, the way was left clear for the younger members of St. Dominics to show what they can do and boy can they do it! They performed Snow White in the novelty act and their songs of ‘Bare Necessities’ and ‘We are the World’ showed that the tradition of Scor is in safe hands. A huge thanks to all the participants, mentors, Fear an Tí Thomas Murray and everyone who helped in any way to make this a successful day. Congratulations to all the winners and good luck as you go forward to the next round.

The quarter finals of Scor na nOg South will be held on Saturday 5th November in St. John’s Community Centre, Lecarrow. Please come and give your support to all our competitors on what promises to be excellent nights entertainment.

St Dominics Halloween Theme Bowling Day/Night

Details to follow next week!!

Senior Football

The U-21 footballers are through to the semi final of the Div 3 Championship.

St Dominics Golf Society

St Dominics Golf Society will travel to Galway for Captains Weekend (Tom Gilleran) on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November. We play for the Presidents Cup (Tommie Michael D Fallon) on Friday in Athenry G.C. Captains prize on Saturday in Galway Bay Golf Club, Oranmore. Transport can be arranged to and from golf on Saturday in Oranmore from hotel.

Golfers Rate:

2 nights B&B and 2 evening meals in Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill 4* and 2 rounds of golf 190 euro p.p.s.

1 night B&B and 1 evening meal and 1 round of golf 115 euro p.p.s.

Non golfers Rate:

2 nights B&B and 2 evening meals 140 euro p.p.s.

1 night B&B and 1 evening meal 80 euro p.p.s.

Prices on other options available if necessary.

This weekend away is available for anyone interested let them be golfers or not! Everyone welcome.

For full details and tee times contact Eddie on 086-2561563

Club Notes – November 2011