Naomh Comlcille presents a unique opportunity to get rid of all your unwanted scrap metal and clothing and help your local GAA Club. All you have to do is bring the listed items below to our clubhouse on the following dates:
Saturday 19th May 2012 between 9 am and 5pm
Saturday 26th May 2012 between 9 am and 5pm
If you need assistance with collection/transportation of any materials please contact any of our committee below and arrangements will be made to assist you:
Kieran Friel – 086 6056655, Andrew Clarke – 086 6086996
Anything that may contain Copper, Brass, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Iron, Steel, Lead and Electric Cables, empty food cans, Saucepans, Toasters, Electric Cookers, Washing Machines, Dishwashers, , Microwaves, Tumble Dryers, Swings, Lawnmowers, Strimmers, Rakes Etc, Gardening Equipment, Car Parts, Alloy wheels (No Tyres), Car batteries, Kitchen sinks, Sink tops, Ironing Boards, Radiators, Solid Fuel Cookers, Food Mixers, Electric Knives, Cast Iron Fireplaces, Bicycles, Go Carts, Trampolines, Swing Frames, Goal Posts, Steel Oil Tanks, Coal Buckets, Steel Coal Bunkers, Steel Window Frames, Boilers, Steel Garden Furniture, Gas Heaters, Gas Cookers, Steel Gutters, Golf Irons, Clothes Lines, Sheep Wire, Fencing Wire, Barrels, Wheel Barrows, old Cars, Car Doors/Bonnets etc, Wheel Rims, Gates, Corrugated Iron. Old Farm Machinery, Trailers, Hay and Silage Bailers, Hay Turners, Mowing Machines, Ploughs, Transport Boxes, Toppers, Agitators, Slurry Tank Gates, Ring Feeders, Railway Lines, Cement Mixers, Diggers, Dozers, Combine Harvesters, Binders, Horse Machinery, Water Pumps, Electric Motors, Engine Parts, Milk Cans/Buckets, Milking machines, Milk Coolers and Car/Tractor/Lorrys. All clean clothing including Household Textiles, Clothes, Shoes, Handbags, Belts, Curtains, Bed Linen as well as soft and hard back books.
Naomh Colmcille make it six from six at Castlefinn
Naomh Colmcille travelled to Castlefin for a top-of-the table clash against Robert Emmets without a number of regular first-team starters, and came away with an emphatic win on a 0-9 to 2-9 final scoreline.
The sizable away support got plenty of action on the pitch this time around, unlike their last trip to the venue for the 2011 promotion playoff-that-never-was against Burt. Mark Dowds scored his first free of the match after four minutes to give Naomh Colmcille the lead. Good play from Thomas McKinley gave Connor Grant a scoring opportunity but the Robert Emmets keeper was quickly off his line to clear the danger. A Mark Dowds free, after a foul on Ciaran Callaghan following good work from Shane McAteer, and a point from play from Thomas McKinley, gave the visitors a 0-0 to 0-3 lead.
The home side got their first point from a free in the 16th minute, before Thomas McKinley released Don Hegarty to race towards goal. Hegarty was fouled to create a penalty opportunity for Mark Dowds to get Naomh Colmcille’s first goal of the game. Mark Dowds, with a point from play, and a free from Robert Emmets left the scores at 0-2 to 1-4. Naomh Colmcille’s second goal came at the end of normal time in the first half, Thomas McKinley and Don Hegarty involved in giving Conor Grant the chance to finish with a shot low to the corner. Another Mark Dowds pointed free, and a similar score to the home team, both in stoppage time, left the half time score 0-3 to 2-5
Robert Emmets got the first score of the second half, their first score from play, in the 5th minute. Good work from Paul Friel and Don Hegarty lead to a foul on Hegarty, and Mark Dowds pointed the resultant free. Marty Callaghan was forced to pull off a fine save to keep out a Robert Emmets goal-bound effort, and another attack from the home side came to nothing following great pressure applied by Paul Friel.
The same player got one of the scores of the game in the 10th minute, in a move involving Andrew Clarke and Thomas McKinley, to make the score 0-4 to 2-7. The home side managed to up their game after this, and got the next 5 points of the match, including two frees, to reduce Naomh Colmcille’s lead to 4 points. However a point from play from Ciaran Callaghan at the end of normal time, a great block in defence by Padraig Carberry, and another point in stoppage time from Andrew Clarke, ensured that Naomh Colmcille emerged victorious on a final score line of 0-9 to 2-9.
The win maintained Naomh Colmcille’s perfect start to the league, and took them above Robert Emmets to the top of the table. The team excelled throughout the pitch, with Ryan and Thomas McKinley, Mark Dowds and Paul Friel among the stand-out performers, while the youngest members of the team, John Fullerton and Connor Grant deserve credit for excellent performances.
Naomh Colmcille Training Schedule this week is as follows
Under 8’s: Go Games blitz of the year will be held in Letterkenny this Saturday (19th) at 11 am. Can all player please meet at the clubhouse in Páirc Colmcille for10:15 am to travel to Letterkenny by Car. Please bring packed lunch and plain drink.
Under 10’s training: will be on Friday the 18th of May at 6 pm at Páirc Colmcille. Can all players please bring €2, boots, shorts /track bottoms and a drink.
Under 12’s training: will be on Monday the 21th of May at 7:30 pm at Páirc Colmcille. Can all players please bring boots, shorts /track bottoms and a drink.
Under 14’s training: will be on Friday the 18th of May at 7:00pm at Páirc Colmcille
Under 16’s training: No training this Week.
Under 18’s training will be on Thursday 17th and Tuesday 22th of May at 6 pm at Páirc Colmcille.
Senior training will continue this week as per notification via TEXT from Senior Manager Joe Higgins
Gaelic for Girls training: will be on Friday the 18th of May at 5pm at Páirc Colmcille.
New players are always welcome!!
Note: all updates about training and match fixtures will be on the Club’s website (www.naomhcolmcille.com) and Facebook page (Naomh Colmcille GAA.)
Naomh Colmcille lotto numbers: lotto numbers this week are 126.96.36.199.7.6.3. Congratulations to Seamus Doherty and Tom Mullan who won €37.50 with the winning sequence of 1.2. Next week Lotto jackpot is €840. The Club would like to take the opportunity to Thank Everyone for their continued support of the Lotto as it gives the Club the essential means of continuing to give our local Kids and Adults the chance to avail of a great and healthy pass time.
The Club are also registered for Tesco (Ireland) for schools and Clubs voucher scheme which is now up and running for 2012; this will allow the Club to avail of much needed extra Kit and equipment for our young members of the Club.
The club is now registered for a ‘Lucozade sport promotion’ where we could get either €10,000 if we collect the most bottle caps, or entered into a draw for €5,000 if we collect over 500 caps, so start collecting your bottle caps now!’
Naomh Colmcille would greatly appreciate if everyone in the local community and beyond could start collecting these vouchers and Tokens on behalf of the Club as it would mean a great deal to our local youth and bring much needed equipment to aid the development of our underage teams.
Tokens can be given to any Club member, player, and coach or committee member.
Lord and Lady of Naomh Colmcille will be held on Saturday 4th August in the Clanree Hotel. Pre orders for Tickets are currently being accepted; please contact Alison Ferry, Sharon Clarke or any team coach / committee member.
The organising committee will be contacting local businesses soon offering a range of sponsorship options which offer various levels of promotion both at the live event and in accompanying promotional literature, please contact Sharon Clarke or Alison Ferry for further details.
Naomh Colmcille would like wish Willie and the Donegal minor team, and to Thomas McKinley and the Donegal senior squad the best of luck in their upcoming championship games against Cavan.Tags: