Dungloe GAA News:
Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann, Mairead & Eamonn Kelly, Johnny McGee Bunbeg, Brid McDevit Braade, Jim O’Donnell Milltown & Hugh Gallgher Narin Rd, Glenties.
Bhain Nancy Mc Grory Sheskinsrone €150 agus bhain Siobhan Tracey, Clare Mc Dyer Glenties and Carol Mc Shea. €100 ag an bingo.
Congratulations to the following who won on the Club 200 draw. €1000, Eamonn Diver Craghyboyle, €500, Donal Johnson €300, Davy McCarron Crucknageragh €100, Bella Bonner Falmore agus €100, Patrick Bonner (Enda) Gweedore Road.
Well done to our minor team tonight defeating Ardara in a really tough contest by 2 points after a strong second half display. Final score was Dungloe / Na Rossa 0-12 Ardara 1-7. Ardara leading at half time by 6 points on a score-line of Dungloe / Na Rossa 0-4 Ardara 1-7. All to play for in the 2nd leg at home but well done on tonight’s performance especially in the 2nd half. Maith sibh.
Dungloe U10’s – We have been invited by Sean MacCumhaill’s, Ballybofey to play in a Blitz on the county pitch this Saturday 4th July. Can you please send a text to Sean O’Donnell (087 181 2161) confirming whether your child is available to attend. MacCumhaill’s have invited 6 teams in total, 3 from the Northern Area and 3 from the Southern Area. It is a great opportunity for the boys and girls to play teams from outside our normal area and also to play on the county pitch. Make sure the children have red socks, white shorts and mouth-guard. There will be no bus. We will be meeting at the Dungloe GAA Pitch entrance at 9.15am. Thank for your co-operation.
Under 12 hurling update: As this was the first ever game for this young inexperienced side, they were no match for Letterkenny Gaels who seem to be flying at the moment. Gaels standard of hurling was impressive, and even though the Dungloe team tried their hardest, they soon went well behind. Coming back from the break with no score, it was always going to be hard, especially as Gaels showed no sign of letting up ( I lost count of the amount of goals they scored). But the boys continued to try their best, managing to string a few good passes together, and eventually we managed to score a few points, with Conor Diver hitting a point and scoring a goal, and Philip Noble adding another goal. Karl Magee put in a tremendous effort as always, seeming to pop up where ever the action was. Most teams would have folded and given up, but these young lads refused to give in, and Eamon and myself are very pleased with them for the effort they gave.
Senior and reserve teams in league action at home this Sunday to Glenties, see billboard at pitch for throw-in time.Tags: