Club notes for week commencing 9th January 2017
Lotto Result: 09/01/17
Numbers drawn: 5, 14, 23, 26
No Jackpot winner
2 x €100 winners: Maureen McEnerney and Avril Van der Loo (online)
Next week's draw worth €14,000 will be in the clubhouse.
2017 club calendars now on sale, 10 each or 2 for 15 while stocks last. Featuring 12 A3 colour photo montages from the season gone. Purchases can be made in the clubhouse bar, Flynn’s fuels or contact Marc on 087 8362297. DVD of the U21 county final are still on sale contact Sean on 087 6507659.
Bingo continues every Friday at 8.30, come along and bring a friend for an enjoyable night’s entertainment.
Scór na nóg
On Saturday in Ballymore in we had 5 acts competing in the Scórnanóg Leinster Final. In a historic day for the club we brought home four titles, unfortunately the figure dancers lost out in a in a tight result, with five new dancers in the group it was a great achievement getting to the final. Our other four acts go to the All-Ireland in Belfast on February 11th, well done to Figure Dance - Robyn Dagg, Grace Conneely, Roisin Murray, Ciara Mangan Lynch, Neasa Mangan Lynch, Clodagh Kelly, Orlaith Murray, Hanna Dalton. Solo Singing - Orlaith Murray. Recitation - Emily Shaw, Leiriú - The Downs GAA: Donal Doherty, Tom Tuite, Rory Sheilds, Emily Shaw, Katie Moore, Ryan Molloy, Matthew Cunningham, and Alan Colgan. Set Dance - Cathal Dagg, Eoghan Murray, Donal Doherty, Richard Kelly, Orlaith Murray, Anna Fallon, Hanna Dalton, and Emma Thompson who all represented the club and put in a lot of hard work for the last months. Thanks to all the mentors who give so much of their time for the club.
American Tea Party in the Downs GAA Centre on January Saturday 21st come along and support the club, tickets available from any of the hostesses for a great social event and night of entertainment.
It was a busy weekend for our county players Niall, Mark, Peter who were involved with the u21 footballers who defeated Roscommon last weekend. Also Kevin Smullen was on the panel for the senior footballers against Louth. Shane, Darragh, Niall and Brendan were in Kinnegad last Sunday with the senior county hurlers.
The Downs Ladies Football
The Ladies football are collecting bags of clothes as a fundraiser, so you can now de-clutter and help the club raise funds. Bags of clothes can be left with any team coach or committee member. Please ask family, neighbours, friends and co-workers to fill a bag. Clothes can be left in the blue bin beside the scoreboard.