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Roslea Shamrocks Club Notes
5th June 2017 Roslea Shamrocks Club Notes
There was no winner of the Cairde Seamróga Ros Liath lotto jackpot on Sunday 4th June. The numbers drawn were 7, 20, 27 and 28. Kevin Boyle won the seller’s prize and the five lucky dip winners were M. Sheridan, Clones, Sean Connolly, Greaghwarren, Ava Beggan, Brookeborough, Bernard Flanagan, Esherakeerin and Eileen Edwards, c/o St. Eugene’s. Next week’s jackpot draw for £6400 will be held in the The Village Inn with Sean McAleer and Eamon Lynam co-ordinators. Thank you to all ticket sellers and those who purchase tickets for your continued support.
The Club’s U10 footballers travelled to Brookeborough last Monday night and showed great spirit and teamwork to come away with a win. Unfortunately the U8s didn’t get a competitive game.
The U14s ended their season with a defeat to Irvinestown in the Championship on Saturday evening. No doubt the players will be deflated with how their season ended but the Club would encourage all players and parents to take great heart and positivity from the 2017 campaign. These players have shown enough potential and character to enthuse all of us to build for the future.
St. Gerards minors were defeated by Lisnaskea last week and are scheduled to play Brookeborough away on Tuesday night 6th June at 7pm.
It was a disappointing weekend for the adult footballers too as the seniors lost by the minimum margin away to Devenish after having appeared to do enough to secure the win. Final score Devenish 2-11 Roslea 1-13. They face another long journey on Friday night when they take on Erne Gaels away at 8pm.
The Juniors were beaten by Lisnaskea on Sunday, 2-9 to 9 points and are away to Newtownbutler on Saturday evening at 8pm. Good luck to all our teams and thank you to all our supporters.
Registration for Kellogs Cul Camps can be completed online or forms can be collected from Peter Lynch. The Roslea camp will take place 3rd-7th July.
The annual Quinn People Sports and Social Club Charity Cycle takes place this Sunday 11th June and is open to all. Autism NI, Fermanagh Branch are this year’s nominated charity and 40k, 70k and 100k cycles begin at 9am with registration on the the morning of the event.
The 4th annual Moanes Cross to Clones Charity Run/walk/cycle will be held on Saturday 17th June 2017 departing from various start points. This year it is in aid of the Stroke Unit in SWAH Enniskillen. For further information please contact Eamon Lynam on 07831349489 or Marius Rooney on 00353863173081. Details are as follows:
-70km cycle starts in Clones beside library at 10.30am
-35km cycle starts at Moanes cross at approx 12pm
-10.5 mile run starts at Moanes cross at 12pm
-5 mile walk/run starts at Dernawilt cross at 12.15
Registration takes place at all the above starting points.
Cairde Seamroga Ros Liath have just launched details of the 2017 fundraiser- a Jail break from the Mountain Barracks, Eshnadarragh on Sunday 27th August. Local suspects will be charged with various crimes and will be expected to raise £2000 bail money through a variety of fundraising activities to secure their release from custody. Hand yourself in to any Committee member before the weekend to be involved!
The Club are placing an order for skinny track suit bottoms with O’Neill’s. Please contact Ellie McMahon PRO before 23rd June with your size. Cost is £25 for child sizes and £33 for adults.
Slimming World classes continue in the Complex every Thursday evening at 5.30pm and 7.30pm.
The monthly Old Time dance takes place in the Complex on Friday 9th June.
Sympathy is extended from all at Roslea Shamrocks to the family and friends of the recently deceased Hugh McCabe. Suaimhneas síoraí ar a anam dílis.