The Club congratulates John Hanafin, Scramogue. (Seller: Doris and Kevin Quinn) who won €1,177 in the Club’s weekly draw on Saturday 22nd October. 50/50 draw next week, Saturday 29th October will be in The Claypipe, 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 7 – Tommy Gilleran on selling duty. Camogie are on helping duty for October. Many thanks for your support.

Senior Football: The monthly football meeting takes place this Tuesday, 25th October at 9pm in the meeting room. U20 Football Championship: Strokestown 1-14 (17) St. Dominics  4-6 (18) St. Dominics won this thrilling U20 Division 1 encounter with a fisted Tommy Hurley point in the last minute. This was no more than St. Dominics deserved having come back from four points down after 11 minutes. Man of the match Daire Byrne stepped up with a great point in the 13th minute and then Jason Martin blasted to the net to level matters a minute later. Strokestown responded well and scored a further 1-5 before the break but Dominics showed great spirit and an Eoin McCormack goal and a Derek Doyle point left it 1-9 to 2-2 at half time. Manager Andrew Grady made a number of changes at half time adding great pace to the team and despite Strokestown adding three early points to open a seven point gap by the 40th minute St. Dominics were taking control at midfield and wiped out the deficit in an eleven minute purple patch with goals from Michael McGloin and Tommy Hurley and points from Derek Doyle, Michael McGloin and Tommy Hurley to leave St. Dominics ahead by two points with nine minutes remaining. Strokestown would not give up and forced two late points to even matters but then Tommy Hurley sliced through the defence in the 60th minute and fisted the winner for a deserved victory. St. Dominics management will be happy with the victory but know they cannot allow the opposition to dominate for large parts of the game. They will be delighted with the performances of the younger lads like Daire Byrne, Ethan Connaughton, Michael Feeley and Sean Kenny. Subs – J Finnerty for L Kenny, T Hurley for R Kilcline, M McGloin for D Gately, B O’Meara for D Doyle. Fixtures: We play Padraig Pearses and Western Gaels in the remaining U20 fixtures, the dates of which are yet to be announced.

Ladies Football: St. Dominic’s Ladies Football Club AGM takes place on Thursday, 27th of October in the meeting room at 8.30pm. All mentors / coaches, adult players and parents of underage players are asked to attend.

Minor Hurling: U-6/U-8 indoor hurling each Thursday at 6:30pm until early December.

Scor: Scór na nÓg (8-17 years) 2016/2017 is now up and running. Contact Sylvia on 086 7702068 or Anita on 087 9933177 for more details.

Social Initiative: Our Social Initiative outing will take place this year on Wednesday 2nd November 2016. With the 1916 commemorations in mind, we have organised guided tours of both Glasnevin Cemetery and the GPO. We will be travelling in style once again this year on board the Club Rossie bus and a three course lunch will be provided, together with an evening meal in Brackens, Kinnegad. The cost of this trip is €40 per person. Please contact Tina on 086 8637318 if you would like to book a place.



Club Notes 25th October, 2016