GAA NEWS: ‘YANK YOU’ – CRUCIAL BOYLE GOAL SECURES VITAL POINTS FOR NAOMH MUIRE

first_imgNaomh Muire GAA News:The senior and reserve teams traveled the short distance to Falcarragh on Sunday for their division 2 league encounters.The reserves started the day well with a comfortable draw and indeed could have come away with all three points having lead by 3 points in the closing stages of that game. This result leaves them joint second in the table. The seniors had a excellent win when they had three points to spare in the second game. Goals from Paul ‘The Yank’ Boyle and Harry Harden (penalty) were the crucial scores as the lads put in another good performance away from home.This win leaves Naomh Muire joint third on ten points in what is sure to be a very tight league. Well done to both sets of players and management teams.Good luck to Peil na mBan player Saoirse Bonner, Keadue who will play for the Donegal ladies U14 girls’ team in the All-Ireland Semi-final against Roscommon on Saturday 13th June in Templeport, Co.Cavan. A great honour for Saoirse and the Bonner family and our club are very proud of your achievements with Donegal. An Ulster champion already this year and no doubt the all Ireland can be achieved by you and your team mates. We also extend good wishes to Clodagh Ní Gallachóir from Gaoth Dobhair who is on this team. Clodagh is no stranger to the Lower Rosses as her mum Suzanne McGarvey is from Rann na Feirste.Club Lotto 3rd June 2015.Jackpot €860.Numbers Drawn :- 4-9-10-11. No Jackpot Winner!2Match3. Tony Burke and Tony Gillespie, An Bhráid.Next Weeks Jackpot €920.And If Your Not In, You Can’t Win!100+Club draw winners for May. €500-Mark Sharkey, Mullach Dearg. €200-Dominick Sweeney,Rann Uí Thuathail. €100each- Martin Bonner, Rann Uí ThuathailRichy Carrothers,Baile Ciarraí. Jimmy Sharkey,Coilceim. €50each-John Anthony O’Donnell,Anagaire. Robbie O’Donnell,Anagaire. Anne Celene Boyle,Loch na nDeoran. Harry Harden,Mín Doire na Slua. Gavin Camphell, Rann na Feirste. Nora Greene,Rann na Feirste. Ciaran McGinley,Cál Chéim. Joe Glynn, Anagaire Thiar.The next draw will take place on 24th June.The Naomh Muire 100+Club draw takes place on the last Wednesday of every month. Remember we pay out €1,400 in prizes every month on the 100+Club. Still places left in the draw and for €20 a month,you can be in with the chance of sharing in the €1400 prize money!If anyone wants to join text the club phone and we will get a collector to collect the subs each month or we can sign you up for a Standing Order through the bank if that is how you would like to make payments. “If Your not in,You can’t Win”!The 100+Club is the major fundraising contributor to cover our Croke Park loan and assists in our ongoing Developments and was the major contributor in making our facilities state of the art and fit for purpose for our club members and community. Our pitch floodlights, two additional dressing rooms and Fitness room are testament to the strength of our 100+Club members support this past few years. Our club now has 18 teams competing in competitions in Donegal at Adult- Males & Female to Boys & Girls teams,  and our club development is ongoing to strive for a better future for our club and members & community.GAA NEWS: ‘YANK YOU’ – CRUCIAL BOYLE GOAL SECURES VITAL POINTS FOR NAOMH MUIRE was last modified: June 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAANAOMH MUIRENoticesSportlast_img read more

Hazard latest, Liverpool ace denies exit talk, Barca eye Chelsea and Arsenal men

first_img 3 3 Leeds United forward Kemar Roofe is a target for Premier League sides Crystal Palace, Southampton and Wolves ahead of the January transfer window. (Birmingham Mail) Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, ­Manchester City and Manchester United are likely to face legal action from the remaining Premier League clubs if they are to join the proposed European Super League in 2021. (iNews)Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah has been immortalised with a statue in his native Egypt, but talkSPORT has seen a very familiar resemblance… 3 Eden Hazard will NOT leave Chelsea for Real Madrid in January, according to the Blues winger’s younger brother, Thorgan. (HLN)Barcelona have relaunched their pursuit of Chelsea winger Willian, having had three bids rejected for the Brazilian in the summer. (La Sexta)Arsenal centre-back Laurent Koscielny and Chelsea defender David Luiz are also said to be targets for the Spanish champions. (Mundo Deportivo)Liverpool star Sadio Mane has dismissed concerns about his contract situation, insisting he is “happy” at Anfield. The Senegalese winger’s current deal expires in 2021. (Liverpool Echo) Chelsea winger Willian is among a number of Premier League stars linked with move to the Nou Camp to join Barcelona center_img Reds ace Mane insists he has no thoughts about leaving Anfield We knew that Mo Salah statue reminded us of someone… 👀🤣 pic.twitter.com/qyqRG4YFcP— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) November 5, 2018Latest talkSPORT.com exclusives and football headlines…EXCLUSIVE: Maurizio Sarri reluctant to talk about Chelsea’s Premier League title chances despite unbeaten start to seasonSam Allardyce EXCLUSIVE: ‘It could have been me’ – Former England boss admits watching the World Cup was tough after being forced to leave roleSam Allardyce EXCLUSIVE: Big Sam opens up on England exit and says grandchildren were abused after Daily Telegraph’s undercover investigationVirgil Van Dijk is the best centre-back in the Premier League, says former Liverpool defender Stephane HenchozManchester City vs Southampton: Fans react as ‘disrespectful’ City ‘take the mick’ with insane play in Saints’ boxWest Ham United transfer news: Declan Rice ‘attracting interest from Chelsea and Tottenham’ amid contract wrangle Here are the biggest transfer rumours and other football stories from Monday’s newspapers and online… Jurgen Klopp is considering dropping Xherdan Shaqiri for the Champions League tie with Red Star Belgrade this week. The Swiss ace has previously received a hostile reaction from Serbian fans over his Kosovan heritage. (Daily Telegraph)A West Ham fan has set up a crowdfunding page to raise money to pay for Declan Rice’s new contract. The 19-year-old reportedly wants a deal worth close to £40,000 a week to remain at the club, with supporters desperate for the youngster to stay. (The Sun)Zlatan Ibrahimovic could re-join former club AC Milan in a six-month loan deal during the MLS off-season – FULL STORYChelsea have suffered a transfer blow with reports that 18-year-old target Joao Felix has been offered a new contract by Benfica, which would increase the Portugal under-21 midfielder’s release clause to £105million. (Daily Mirror)last_img read more