B’ iad 4, 13, 16 agus 20 na huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto.
Beidh €1,100 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Fr. Seamus Meehan, Main Street Dungloe, Enda Bonner, Gweedore Road, Mary Boyle (F), Diamond, Dungloe, James O Donnell, Keadue agus Sarah O Boyle, Burtonport.
Bhain Caroline Mc Shea, Loughasalt, Sarah Boyle, Meenatottan, Irene Ward, Diamond, Dungloe, Charlie Bonner, Fairhill Lodge agus Rita Cowley €100 ag an bingo.
Dungloe U12 hurlers got their indoor season off to a start this Sunday in the North West U12 blitz, which continues next Sunday and Sunday week also. Dungloe fielded two teams, one in the Letterkenny venue and another team in the Derry venue. The games were very sporting, competitive and high scoring. In Letterkenny, Dungloe lost their two matches but by very tight margins of 11v 10 and 13 v 11. The team in Derry was a largely less experienced team, and will have learned a lot in order to improve over the next two weeks.
Some of the Dungloe players were, Callum Glackin, Damian McGowan, Sam Mc Bride, Conor Hunter, Conor Diver, Evan McFadden, Evan Forker, Karl McGee , Philip Noble, Darcy Walshe, Eoghan Walshe and John James Blaney.
Hurling coaching plan for next week ONLY while RCS gym is out of operation, i.e. for week starting Tuesday the 19th February – All training sessions will be in the parish/parochial hall in Dungloe. The Under 14 and Under 16’s will train on Tuesday from 5 to 6.15. The Under 6 and Under 8’s will train on Wednesday from 6 to 7, the Under 10’s will train from 5 to 6 on Thursday and the Under 12’s will train from 6 to 7 on Thursday also.
The club would like to wish its members and those in the local community every success in the upcoming musical “All Shook Up”. The musical is starring Patrice Boyle and Barry Curran, two of our most promising under age stars.
Students from 1st to 6th year will also be taking part in this wonderful event, playing important and eye catching roles! We hope that you can attend and enjoy this amazing event!
The musical starts this Tuesday (the 10th) and will continue for four nights.
Club members Daire Gillen, Suzanne Gallagher, Bridgeen Doherty and Alan Cowley are organising and helping out with the show; and we would like to wish them every success in the running of it. The amount of help and volunteer work undertaken by different club members, and the wider community, over the past few months has been greatly appreciated by the Rosses Community School and the organisers of the play, and they would like to thank everyone who has helped in any way.
Let’s shake of the winter blues and we’ll have a spring in our step once we experience this powerful production!