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Roslea Shamrocks Club Notes
9th May 2016 Roslea Shamrocks Club Notes
There was no winner of the Cairde Seamróga Ros Liath lotto jackpot on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 6, 12, 13 and 14. Bernie’s won the seller’s prize and the five lucky dip winners were Edith Edgerton, C/O Bernie’s, Liz Rooney, Derryard, Mary Cassidy, 10 St. Patrick’s Park, Mark Rooney, Roslea, Paul John Goodwin, Lakefield, Roslea. Next week’s draw for a jackpot of £6000/€9000 will be held in Mohan’s with Michael Rooney and Danny Rooney coordinators.
The games and fun activities for all 4-6 year olds continue in the Community Centre on Monday evenings from 7-8pm and training for all in P3-P6 continues on Sunday mornings from 11am-12 with very encouraging turnouts at both so far. All children from the area are most welcome and parents are encouraged to accompany the children.
This months Old Time Dance will take place on Friday 13th May in the complex with music by Brendan Magee.
Thanks to all club members who helped to facilitate the hosting of the Ulster U16B Championship Final between Tyrone and Monaghan in Roslea on Sunday. Congratulations to Tyrone and especially to Grace McGuinness, daughter of former Roslea player Michael, who was one of Tyrone’s most impressive performers.
The U14s travelled to Coa on Thursday night but were beaten by a better side. They travel to Brookeborough this Thursday 12th May at 7pm.
Roslea will participate in the annual Brian Óg Maguire 7s tournament will take place in Lisnaskea on Saturday and will face group opposition from Derrygonnelly, Derrylin and Maguiresbridge.
On Saturday evening the Junior team made the journey to Tempo and came away with 2 points defeating Tempo 2-9 to 3-4. It was a good team victory with strong performances coming from Conor Lynam in defence, Shane and Niall McMahon in midfield with Liam Lynch and Kevin Barry McCusker looking lively up front. Next week the seniors are at home to Erne Gaels Belleek in a starred game at 7:30pm. Please continue to support all our teams!
Good luck to the Fermanagh Senior and Minor teams in their first round Championship clash with Antrim on Sunday, especially to our club representatives Sean, James and Niall.