St. Michael’s Notes
Congratulations to St. Michael’s Clubman Michael Langan who has been nominated in the PwC All-Stars Football nominations 2020. Michael had a tremendous 2020 in the Donegal Jersey. Michael Joins fellow Donegal players Peader Mogan and Ciarán Thompson on being nominated for an award. Good luck to Michael and the others. The winners will be announced next month.
St. Michael’s Mini Lotto
There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night last. The Numbers drawn were: 1,4,9,15,16,20; the Match 5 winner was Mary O’Donnell who bought her ticket online. This week’s Jackpot will be €9800.
Tickets are on sale in local outlets in Dunfanaghy and Creeslough tickets for the St. Michaels
Mini Lotto can now also be purchased on line anywhere at the following link up until 6pm on any Sunday evening. https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=911#Anchor. €2 and €5 quick pick tickets are now available online as well.
St Michael’s are running a fabulous competition at the moment to promote the club’s online lotto. Anyone who joins in the next month, or indeed anyone who already plays online, will be entered into a free draw to win 500 litres or home heating oil, partly sponsored by Tinneys oil.
Thanks everyone for your continuing support its very much appreciated in these difficult times and please stay safe.
CLG Naomh Micheál extends deepest sympathy to Colm and Marjorie McFadden and the entire McFadden and Hunter family circles on the death of Marjorie’s brother John Hunter in Carrigart recently.
IRELAND LIGHTS UP
This year the Ireland Lights Up walking initiative is postponed until the start of February (dependant on the Government guidelines at that time). We were informed that this change of position was prompted by the continued escalation of the pandemic here in Ireland. We hope to run this in February if it is safe and advised to do so.
HEALTHY CLUB – every step counts challenge The GAA Healthy Club ‘Every Step Counts’ Challenge in partnership with Irish Life’s MyLife App will commence on Wednesday, January 13th and will run for 7 weeks. In each province there are 3x O’Neills vouchers up for grabs – €2,500, €1,500 & €1,000. Any club that tracks more than 4,000km during the challenge will be entered into the prize draw in their province. The Every Step Counts Challenge is a virtual challenge and is a ideal challenge for to get involved with during the current level of restrictions. If interested follow the details below on how to get involved.
LET’S DO OUR PART
Now more than ever we need to do our part in protecting ourselves and others from Covid. Our Inpatient Health System is under huge pressure with the increase of Covid cases in recent days. PLEASE follow the HSE guidelines re: Covid restrictions. If your become unwell, isolate and contact your G.P. who will guide you on what you need to do next. There is Hope…but we need to do our part. #holdfirm #staysafe #protecteachother.
Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative
Hi if anyone interested can you please text Ann Marie at 0879454107 as soon as possible. Great opportunity for TY student in current climate!
The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative (DEYLI)
The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership initiative involves an exciting partnership with NUIG and Fóroige, and aims to make available to young GAA members (15-18 years old) an evidence-based, accredited programme that stimulates and enhances their leadership qualities through active learning. Developed to honour the ideals and memory of Dermot Earley Snr, one of the GAA’s and the nation’s greatest leaders, participants who complete all three modules receive a FETAC Level 6 certificate from NUIG for their efforts. GAA tutors in participating counties are also recruited to guide the young people on their values-based journey of learning and achievement. Tutors receive valuable facilitation training from both NUIG and Foróige before embarking on their own journey in rolling out the programme in their county.Tags: