The Club congratulates, Frances Gallagher, Curraghboy, c/o SuperValu, Roscommon (seller Ann Glennon) who won €1,355 in the Club’s weekly draw. 50/50 draw next week Saturday 19th September will be in Murray’s Bar, 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. Martin Beirne, Team 9 on selling duty.

Senior Football: Junior A Football Championship: St. Dominics exited the Junior A Football Championship on Saturday last when they lost out to Creggs on a scoreline of 1-14 to 0-11. Creggs started very well and raced into a five point lead by the 12th minute. Dominics then settled with four Tomas Gilleran frees and a Mattie Donnelly point levelling matters for a 0-5 to 0-5 half time scoreline. The sides exchanged points early in the second half but the all-important score came in the 35th minute when Creggs raised the green flag followed by a couple of points. Dominics fought bravely and points from Tomas Gilleran, Anthony Kelly and Ronan Morris kept the scoreboard ticking over but Creggs used their experience and held on for victory. Team –C Fallon M Feeley N Watson T Brennan M Donnelly D Donnelly P Carney A Beades S Naughton R Morris (0-1) T Gilleran (0-8) K Mullarney S Kenny A Kelly (0-1) D Doyle SUBS – L Kenny for K Mullarney M Brehony for M Feeley J Murray for D Doyle G Geraghty for T Brennan. Fixtures: St. Dominics still have an important Division 4 League game against Oran to play. Check fixture list.

Camogie: U8 and U10: Training continues this week for the U8’s and U10’S on Thursday evening at 7pm on the back pitch. The U8 blitz that was due to be held in Athleague last Friday was postponed. The fixture has not yet been rescheduled. The next Under 10 blitz will take place in Athleague on Saturday, September 26th. U12: Commiserations to our U12 Team and their management who were beaten by Padraig Pearses in the County A Final last week.  The girls displayed great skill and determination but it was not to be their day. Well done to all involved, it was a fantastic achievement to have reached the County Final. Thank you to all the supporters  Panel: Anna Campbell, Ellen Cafferkey, Katie Lohan, Ashling Gannon, Shona O Grady, Evelyn Kilcline, Rose Appleby, Ava Whitney, Laoise Mahon, Niamh Fitzgerald, Esther Bridcut Barry, Natasha Kennan, Jessica Kennan, Emma Connaughton, Michaela Lohan, Hannah Murray, Róisín Mahon, Molly Ann Feeley, Rachel Dolan. U16 and Minor: Hard luck to our U16 team and management who were beaten by Four Roads last week. Panel: Nicole Craven, Katie Lyons, Aoife Gavin, Zara Feeley, Liosa Kilcline, Claire Commane, Tara Kenny, Grace Kelly, Caoimhe Donoghue, Roisin Roddy, Savannah Cassidy, Aisling Walsh, Aine  O’ Meara, Aimee O’ Connor, Sorcha Casey, Annya Coyle, Katie Kenny Sarah Cafferky, Caoimhe Miley, Julie Healy, Eimear McNally, Lauren Conroy, Fiona Hoare, Meabh Mc Cormack. They play Oran in their next match on Saturday. Time and venue to be confirmed. Under 16 training continues on Wednesday evenings at 8pm. All players are asked to attend. Senior Camogie: Senior Camogie training continues on Monday evenings at 7.30pm, Thursdays at 8pm and Saturdays at 10am. The Hodson Bay sponsored Camogie Team play Athleague in the first round of the Senior Championship this week. Time and date to be confirmed. Hard luck to Caroline Connaughton, Susan Spillane, Joanne Beattie, Aisling Byrne, Sile Carney, Caroline Dowling and Caoilfhionn Cox who were part of the County Camogie Panel who were beaten by Laois in the Junior All-Ireland Final last weekend. Caroline Connaughton, Susan, Joanne, Aisling and substitute Caroline Dowling were prominent figures on the field on the day. We are so proud of you all girls. St. Dominic’s were well represented in Croke Park on the day and thank you to all of the supporters who made the journey to Dublin. Thank you to John and Timmy for organising tickets and the bus. A great day was enjoyed by all.

Scor na NOg: Rehearsals are underway for some categories already and there are plans to have first rehearsals for Junior drama and group activities next Friday the 18th.

Ladies Football: To mark the end of season for our beginner/ u8 and u10 ladies football we had a presentation evening on Saturday last at Roscommon Leisure center (Ros Bowl). Each young lady received a certificate to mark their participation all year and had a great fun evening also. It would not be possible without our parents help and support all year and a big thank you to our coaches Breda Keenan, John Touhey, Rory Currid, Peter Craven and Pol Casaide. Training continues for our u12 ladies Tuesday and Thursday at the pitch. Well done to the U14 ladies for another fantastic result against Padraig Pearses ,our next game will be the championship A  semi-final against St. Brigid’s that is due to take place Monday 21st of September at 6.30pm location to be confirmed. Good luck to all.

Minor Hurling: U16 Championship St Dominics play Athleague/Tremane on Wednesday. See fixtures.

Club Notes – 14th Sept 2015