Gallogly Catering All County Division League 1: On Sunday last Aughawillan Seniors took on Aughnasheelin in a game which could have seen them relegated next year. Tensions were high in Aughawillan as Aughnasheelin were out to cut their muster and proved worthy opponents. At half time the score was 1-03 to 0-05 to Aughnasheelin, while the lads retreated to the dug out nothing was surer than some determined talking by management. Aughawillan came out fighting in the second half and got the first score but Aughnasheelin in the lead were hell bent on fighting to keep it.As the score line reached 1-06 to 0-8 still to Aughnasheelin, Niall Doonan implemented a much needed save which saved Aughawillan from sure relegation. Following on from this, tempers high, steadfast determination and unrelentless fight to win saw Aughawillan group together as every team should be, with short firm passes, to score a number of points and two frees from Morgan Quinn secured Aughawillan a point lead. It was Ryan Creamer whose swift action secured a second point lead. But it was Niall Beirnes elegant point in play from the 45 yard line,which insured Aughawillan a win and kept the Senior team and supporters in high spirits. Final score 0-13 Aughawillan to 1-07 Aughnasheelin.
Sponsorship: If you wish to sponsor these Championship Finalists teams in any way over the next few weeks, please contact any Club Officer
Connacht Gold Leitrim Senior Football Championship “Up for the Match”: Leitrim GAA will be hosting an “Up for the Match” style programme from the Bush Hotel Carrick-on-Shannon this Saturday night 20th September featuring interviews with the team management and the captains from this year’s Connacht Gold Senior County Finalists St Mary’s and Aughawillan and a stroll down memory lane with former greats from both clubs. The inimitable Tommy Moran will be in the chair and the show throws in at 9.00pm with admission free. An evening not to be missed.
Gallogly Catering All County Division 3: Aughawillan were unfortunate to have a second game on sunday and despite an enthusiastic if somewhat pulled together team the first few minutes of the game seemed promising, with point for point being scored by Aughavas and Augahwillan. An unfortunate own goal gave Aughavas the lead and a number of wides were felt by the Aughawillan score line. Special commendation should be given to Ryan Creamer who played his second game of the day and was invaluable scoring a number of points. While Michael Prior and Ronan Maxwell were relentless in their efforts, and Fergal Mc Tague swept the field supplying Peter Prior with many scoring opportunities. The final scoreline does little to display the efforts of the team. Aughawillan 0-10 to Aughavas 3-15.
Aughawillan / Drumreilly Lotto held in Lawerences, Ballinamore on Wednesday 10 September 2014. Jackpot €2,600
Numbers drawn: 5, 16, 18, 24 No jackpot winner.
- Ronan White, Aughnasheelin
- Francis O’Rourke, Ardara
- Helen O’Rourke, Corlough
- Liam Murray, Cavan town
- John Taylor, Clonboyher
- Hugh Prior, Derradda, Ballinamore
- Geraldine Deane, Viking Lounge
Next draw in Reynolds Ballinamore on wednesday 24 September 2014
Jackpot €2,700. Thank you to all that support Club Lotto.
Another sort of Luck: Clubman Mickey Flanagan has Pick a Winner on display in many of our local establishments. Why not try your luck and purchase a square in Lawerences, Feehans, Ballymac Inn, Gorbys or Reynolds. The winner will have twice the reason to celebrate on the 28th of September.
10 Year All-Ireland Tickets: The club have a small number of All-Ireland term tickets (10 years. 2015-2024) available for purchase. Anyone interested, please contact Gerard McGovern ASAP, 0876485508.
U16 Championship: St Brigids played St Marys last week and had a disappointing loss. With the second round of the Championship being played in Annaduff against Annaduff at 6.30 this Thursday, we hope to see a big turnout for these young lads.
Congratulations: Warm congratulations to Niall Doonan who got engaged last week to Grace Goggins. Niall is a true club man who travelled up from Cork at the weekend to play in the Senior Division game, needless to say we are hoping this happy young couple will settle here in Aughawillan.
Aughawillan Facebook: With much excitement ongoing for the Club and two County Championships in the mix, it is wonderful to see so many good wishes and congratulations coming from supporters.Now with the excitement starting to build, we want to see your, flags, banners, painted cars and other significant celebrations on our site, so don’t be shy and show us how proud you are to be associated with Aughawillan GAA.
Condolances: Aughawilllan GAA would like to extend our sympathy to the Maguire family, on the death of John Maguire, Corramahon. John was a dedicated family man, a great neighbour and GAA supporter all his life,who won a Junior Championship in 1946 with Drumreilly. He will be sadly missed. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.