The Club congratulates Andy and Loretta Connaughton, Lecarrow, yearly ticket holders, who won €1,058 in the Club’s weekly draw on Saturday 18th June. 50/50 draw next week, Saturday 25th June will be in Murrays, 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. Team 1 – David O’Connor on selling duty. Many thanks for your support.

Summer Camp: St. Dominic’s Summer Camp for members will be held this year from the 8th – 12th August.

Senior Football: Intermediate Championship: St. Dominics 2-13 ; Oran 1-13. St. Dominics made four changes from their first round Championship Match and produced a great performance to defeat a fancied Oran side who had defeated Kilmore in the first round. Oran started well and led by 0-4 to nil after 13 minutes. Three Conor Fallon points brought Dominics back into the match by the 23rd minute. Oran replied with a well taken point but two further Fallon points and an Ultan Kelly point gave St. Dominics the lead approaching half time. Conor Fallon cancelled out an Oran point and just on the half time whistle Naos Connaughton forced a loose ball to the back of the net to leave it 1-7 to 0-6 at the break. St. Dominics started well after the break and points from Robbie Byrne, Eoin McCormack, Conor Fallon and Senan Farrell had St. Dominics up by 7 points (1-11 to 0-7) after 41 minutes. Oran had a man sent off at this stage but to their credit they took advantage of careless defending in the St. Dominics defence and racked up 1-5 without reply to now lead by 1 point with five minutes remaining. St. Dominics regained their composure and a great move was finished to the net by Brendan O’Meara. A late Ultan Kelly point gave St. Dominics a deserved victory. Team: M Miley R Byrne (0-1) D Corcoran T Doyle M Grady P Fallon T Gately O Milton S Farrell (0-1) B O Mara (1-0) C Fallon (0-8-5 frees) E McCormack (0-1) T Hurley N Connaughton (1-0) U Kelly (0-2). Subs – P Carney for R Byrne, C Hunt for N Connaughton. Junior A Football Championship: St. Dominics 2-7 ; Kilglass Gaels 1-14. St. Dominics made the trip to Kilglass on Sunday last and came up just short by four points. Willie Doyle opened the scoring with a fine point but Kilglass with the aid of the elements were well on top and led by 1-4 to 0-1 midway through the half. Two Tom Gilleran frees kept St. Dominics in touch. Kilglass led by 1-6 to 0-3 at the break. The third quarter belonged to Kilglass and they led by 1-11 to 0-5 by the 50th minute with the Dominics points coming from Paul Dolan and Derek Doyle. St. Dominics introduced five subs late in the second half. There best period in the match followed with goals from John Murray and Ryan O’Beirne plus points from Tom Gilleran and O Beirne had the gap down to two points going into injury time. Kilglass notched over the insurance point deep in injury time. St. Dominics: K Mullarney, Liam Kenny, Trevor Brennan, Mattie Donnelly, David Gately, Paul Dolan (0-1), Ryan O’Beirne (1-1), Anthony Beades, Paul Appleby, Colm Murray, Joe Gately, Willie Doyle (0-1), Sean Kenny, Tomas Gilleran (0-3), Derek Doyle (0-1). Subs: John Murray for Sean Kenny, Ronan Kilcline for Joe Gately, David McDonnell for Willie Doyle, Padraic Naughton for Trevor Brennan, Dara Connolly for Derek Doyle. Fixtures: We play Oran in Oran on this Sunday 26th June in the Division 4 League.

Senior Hurling: St Dominics senior hurlers play Roscommon Gaels in the first round of the senior hurling Championship on Sunday, 26th June in Athleague at 7:30pm. All support is greatly appreciated.

Camogie: Our Hodson Bay sponsored Senior team continue training at the usual times, please keep an eye on text messages. Championship commences later this month. U16: Our U16 team have started training under the guidance of Noel and Caoilfhionn on Monday evenings between 7pm and 8pm. All players new and old are more than welcome. U8 and U10 Training will continue on Wednesday evenings at 6pm on the main pitch.

Ladies Football: Our underage girls had a busy weekend of football with the U12 ladies and U14 ladies both in action with the Community Games in Ballyleague. The semi-final featured St.John’s/Rahara/ Knockcroghery against Croghan. We were very unlucky to lose on a scoreline of 1-5 to 1-2. The girls had a number of shots on target only to be denied when their shots hit the post and crossbar. Despite the very poor conditions the girls gave it their all. Thanks to their coaches John Touhey and Breeda Keenan. Panel on the day were: A.Barton, K.Broderick, E.Connaghton, T.Craven, R.Dolan, S.Fallon, H.Finan, M.Gately, J.Keenan, M.Logan, R.Mahon, K.Morgan, H.Murray, A.O’Sullivan, M.Rogers, N.Touhey. The U14s reached the final in which they played Kiltoom with Kiltoom winning. The girls can be very proud with great skills and determination on show despite incessant rain throughout. Team: Ellen Cafferkey. Sinead Keenan. Natasha Keenan. Claudine O Connor. Niamh Fitzgerald. Jessica Keenan. Tara Murphy. Ciara Martin. Evelyn Kilcline. Anna Campbell. Laoise Mahon. Kate O Brien. Absent today, Ciara Roddy. Esther Birdcut Barry. Coached/managed by Pj Cafferkey. Gabriel Martin. Sean Ridley. Championship season is here, with our ‘Roscommon Leisure Zone’ sponsored Junior team due to play their first game on Tuesday, 28th of June in Kilmore. With the girls in top form heading into the Championship we wish them well and look forward to your continued support. Good luck to all involved.

Minor Hurling: U8/U10 boys training continues on Wednesday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm all are welcome. St. Dominics are hosting the next round of U8/u10 blitzes this coming Saturday, 25th June at 11am. Players please be at the pitch for 10.30am. We would appreciate if parents could organise refreshments for attending clubs, thank you. On Saturday last, the 18th June, St. Dominic’s boys took part in the Connacht Feile for 2016. On the day the lads played Naomh Eoin, Abbeyknockmoy and St. Thomas. They enjoyed a very competitive day of hurling. The panel on the day were: L.Egan, C.Lyons, N.Sweeney, M.Watson, M.O’Malley, B.Connaughton, K.Feerick, L.Gately, L.Lyons, S.Gately, D.Fallon, L.Kelly, K.Reynolds, K.Kelly, G.Van Opstal, A.Hoare, F.Fagan, E.Halpin, S.Kilcline, M.Craven, P.Tiernan, C.Martin, C. McLaughlin, S.Craven. A big thank you to their mentors N.Dervan, M.Kilcline, D.Gately and S.Lyons. U16 Hurling league commences with St. Dominic’s away to Athleague/Tremane on the 25th of June next, details of training to be sent out by text as usual. St. Dominic’s Minor Hurling are helping out with St. Dominic’s 50-50 lotto for the month of June, next week’s draw will be in Murray’s, thank you.

Minor Football: U14 Championship Division 2. Fixture Thursday, 23rd June away to Strokestown at 7:30pm.

Golf: Contacts for golf are Marina Dolan 0872254695 Eddie Miley 0862561563 and Tommy Fallon 0868115424.

Club Notes – 20th June 2016