Lotto & 100+ Club
There were two winners of this weeks Lotto draw. The winners were Sean Brolly and Kieran Bradley and they receive €25 each. Next weeks jackpot is €900. The Lotto sellers in the coming weeks are: 3rd March – Joe Sweeney, 10th March – Charlie Doherty, 17th March – Bernard Devine and 24th March – Cathal Doherty. The winner of the 100+ Club draw this week was Ronan O’Kane and he receives €100. The winner of the meal voucher for February was Brid Gallagher. Thanks to all for their continued support of the Lotto & 100+ Club.
Seniors & Reserves
Training for the senior, reserve, U21 and minor team continues this week at the usual times.
U16 training takes place at the pitch on Wednesday at 6.15pm. This team begin their league campaign next Sunday the 4th March away to Glenfin with the game starting at 12 midday. All players to be at the pitch at 11.00am sharp.
Training for U6, U8, U10 & U12 boys and girls continues on Saturday morning at 11.00am. All new players & beginners are welcome to come along.
Adult membership costs €30 per person and there is a special concession rate of €50 for an adult and their partner/husband/wife. All players must pay their membership before any games commence and all membership must be paid as soon as possible. Contact Registrar Denis McGill (086) 3194326.
Club Donegal membership cards are now on sale for 2012. Club Donegal is an important fundraiser for Donegal GAA. These cards entitle the cardholder to free admission to all club games in Donegal which are organised by the Donegal County Board. Anybody interested should contact Treasurer Liam Doherty on (087) 6478122.
Strictly Come Dancing
All eight couples are now in place for Strictly Come Dancing and all are training hard at the moment. More details will follow in the coming weeks.
A training course for umpires will take place this Wednesday evening the 29th February at 7.30pm in Jackson Hotel. All those who usually volunteer to do umpire at club games (adult or underage) or anyone interested in doing umpire this year should attend this course.
The club extends its sincere sympathy to the family of Pat Lafferty formerly of Dromore and Stranorlar following his recent sad passing. Pat was the captain of the Red Hughs team which reached the County Junior Final in 1959 and he was effectionately know as the ‘The Bird’ due to his distinctive style of play. The club formed a guard of honour at his funeral which included many of his 1959 colleagues and current club members.