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17th July 2017 Roslea Shamrocks Club Notes
The Cairde Seamróga Ros Liath lotto jackpot has gone unclaimed for the past two weekends and now stands at a massive £7000 for the draw on Sunday 23rd July. On 9th July the numbers drawn were 1, 2, 25 and 26. Seamus McMahon won the seller’s prize and the lucky dip winners were Ellen McMahon, Buster, James McMahon, Cahal Lynam and James Boyle. Packie McCabe won the seller’s prize on Sunday 16th July and the lucky dip winners were Lizzie McGuigan, Springrove, Bloke, Bernard McGovern, Kinawley, Michael McAleer, Eshnadarragh and Daniel McAloon, c/o Bernies. The numbers drawn were 4, 15, 16 and 22. Next week’s jackpot draw for £7000 will be held in Mohan’s with Seamus McMahon and Jim McGuinness co-ordinators. Thank you to all ticket sellers and those who purchase tickets for your continued support.
Roslea Shamrocks U16s get their league campaign underway on Thursday 20th with an away game against Ederney at 7.30pm and are at home versus Belcoo the following Thursday. Good luck to all the team and their mentors for the season.
The senior team got back to winning ways against Lisnaskea on Friday evening with a 4-12 to 1-11 victory. They have two home fixtures scheduled for this weekend: Friday 21st at 8pm vs. Irvinestown and Sunday 23rd vs. Belcoo at 1pm. The junior team also has a home fixture against Derrygonnelly at 6.30pm on Saturday evening. Your continued support for all our teams is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to all who supported our annual BBQ and dance at the Complex on Saturday night. Particular thanks to Ryan Corrigan for the great food and to the Dorightlys, featuring our own Shea McMahon, for the musical entertainment.
The Cairde Seamróga Ros Liath Jailbreak fundraising events are continuing both in the local community and further afield. Sean ‘Sparky’ Boyle went some way towards raising his bail money on Saturday evening with a retirees football match in Shamrock Park where many players rolled back the years and confirmed that they could still be playing! Kevin ‘the Godfather’ Boyle ran an Ulster Final Guess the Score competition and whilst no-one successfully predicted the final score four £50 prizes were won by James Boyle, Martina McMahon, Edel Cosgrove, Enniskillen and Gerry McMahon, Lisnaskea. Gareth ‘the Mexican’ Keenan is spearheading a raffle for a Herbie Beetle car and £20 tickets are on sale locally. The next major fundraisers will take place on Saturday 29th July when Len ‘the Undertaker’ Carberry and ‘Derrygellia’ Pete McGinnity are hosting a Golf Classic in Clones Golf Club. Later that evening Ciaran ‘McGwiddy’ Maguire and Bernadette ‘Scissors’ Mohan extend an open invitation to all local musicians, singers and musicians to a Variety Entertainment evening in the Complex. Local suspects will continue to be charged with various crimes over the coming weeks and a variety of fundraising activities will take place in order to help them each raise £2000 bail money to secure their release from custody.
Best wishes from all in the club go to Ruairi McGuinness for a full and speedy recovery following his surgery last week.
Sincere sympathy is extended to the McGinnity family on the death of their mother Annie last week. May she rest in peace.