W/E 6th October 2019

Leitrim Handball Open Day:
The newly formed Annaduff Handball Club, in conjunction with Leitrim Handball, is holding its first open day and coaching workshop in the McGovern Aughavas Leitrim Centre of Excellence on Saturday next the 5th October. This is an open day for anyone interested in handball in the Centre of Excellence catchment area. Our club will, going forward, utilise the fantastic handball facilities in the Centre on Excellence and offer handball coaching & competitions for all in local areas. On this first open day we are inviting juvenile members aged 10-12 years of age, both girls & boys, with their parents and any adult members. The open day will allow you learn about the rules and try your hand at handball. We will have one of the GAA’s National Handball Coaching / Development Officer along with our own Leitrim Handball Officers present to facilitate an interesting & enjoyable open day.
Running Order: 11am-1pm Introduction to Handball and try your hand on the court in the COE. 1:30pm-3pm Adult Coaching workshop.
Any questions please contact:
Danny Reilly – 087 9977192
Kevin Ludlow – 087 8132242
Alan McKiernan – 087 9622935

Annaduff Ladies:
On Saturday the 26th of October the The Leitrim Ladies GFC with be presenting the Kube in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick On Shannon. The Annaduff ladies will be putting forward 2 contestant’s Padraig Fitzsimons and our County star Viv Egan. As part of that we have to raise money. There will be guess the score in the up coming Junior A final and we are calling on all business out there we need to sell ads for the program on the night half page €100 or full page €200 or if you can help with sponsorship in anyway, please contact Ann Marie Cox 083 1093332.

Junior Cert:
Annaduff GAA would like to wish the best of luck to all in the Parish who will receive their Junior Cert results this week.

Cumann na mBunscol:
On Wednesday last the 25th Annaduff National school took park in the mini 7s which were played in Annaduff.
Our lads securing top spot by winning all games, they now go forward to the county final series.


Boys U9s & U7s:
The younger boys season came to an end on Saturday last. Thank you to our dedicated coaches and trainers for the great work being done with our up and coming stars. Also To the Parents travelling to training and games, helping out with catering over the Summer. The U7s received their certs and U9s their medals followed by an end of year party.

The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship:
Our U15s were home to Fenagh St Callins on Friday evening last in round 2 of the Championship.
A very tight game throughout at half time the Annaduff lads went in a point ahead. Much the same in the second half with 10 min remanding our lads went behind but our young men dug deep in true Annaduff spirit and ended up finishing with a six point win. Full time score : Annaduff 5-07 to Fenagh 0-16.
Team: Liam McNamee, Mel Fitzpatrick, Adam Maxwell, Josh Gill, Kyle Russell, Niall Quigley, Eoghan Ridge(1-0), Tommie Taylor(0-1), Senan Mooney(0-1), Darren Cox(2-5)(3f), Jack Higgins, Daniel Lyons, Nathan Cox(2-0).
Sub: Eamonn Healy.

The Smith Monumentals IFC :
Karl Foleys men exited the championship after the semi final in Pairc Sean McDiarmada on Sunday last.
Annaduff GAA would like to take this opportunity to thank Karl and his back room team for the great work over the last two years. A disappointing day on Sunday but we are super proud of the effort from all the panel. As a club we know the effort and commitment it takes and want to say thanks to all our players.
We would also like to thank our club Sponsors Taylor’s Bar , Drumsna, Coxs Steakhouse, Dromod and David McHugh managing director of Role, London.
To our supporters who come out in all weathers and supported Club Annaduff we couldn’t run a club without your continued support and contributions for that we are really grateful. But as you know the year is not over yet as we have a Junior A Championship final, date TBC.
We would also like to wish Leitrim Gaels and Drumkeeran best of luck in the Intermediate final.

U16 Girls:
Annaduff GAA would like to wish the best of luck to our U16 Girls as they begin their championship this coming weekend.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw takes place in Coxs Steakhouse Dromod on Sunday next the 6th of October where the jackpot now stands at €3900. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship home to St Josephs on Saturday the 5th at 12 noon.
The U16s Girls home to Dromahair on Saturday the 5th time TBC.

W/E 29th September 2019

Skills Competition:
What a fantastic night at the LeitrimGAA U12 County Skills competition in the Centre of Excellence on Friday night last, were 30 teams that took part. The scores this year were the highest ever, with the winning score in 2018 only coming in 4th this year.
1st Annaduff
2nd Fenagh
3rd Marys, Kiltoghert
4th St Joseph’s.
We are Super proud of our lads taking top spot. They will go forward to represent Leitrim in Connacht.
Our thanks to their Coaches Derek Cox, Padraig Fitzsimons & Gerry Newton for the brilliant work and effort.
also to the GDA team for putting it together on the night.

Leitrim Handball Open Day:
The newly formed Annaduff Handball Club, in conjunction with Leitrim Handball, is holding its first open day and coaching workshop in the McGovern Aughavas Leitrim Centre of Excellence on Saturday 5th October. This is an open day for anyone interested in handball in the Centre of Excellence catchment area. Our club will, going forward, utilise the fantastic handball facilities in the Centre on Excellence and offer handball coaching & competitions for all in local areas. On this first open day we are inviting juvenile members aged 10-12 years of age, both girls & boys, with their parents and any adult members. The open day will allow you learn about the rules and try your hand at handball. We will have one of the GAA’s National Handball Coaching / Development Officer along with our own Leitrim Handball Officers present to facilitate an interesting & enjoyable open day.
Running Order: 11am-1pm Introduction to Handball and try your hand on the court in the COE. 1:30pm-3pm Adult Coaching workshop.
Any questions please contact:
Danny Reilly – 087 9977192
Kevin Ludlow – 087 8132242
Alan McKiernan – 087 9622935

Annaduff Ladies:
On Saturday the 26th of October the The Leitrim Ladies GFC with be presenting the Kube in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick On Shannon. The Annaduff ladies will be putting forward 2 contestant’s and as part of that we have to raise money so calling on all business out there we need to sell ads for the program on the night half page €100 or full page €200 or if you can help with sponsorship in anyway, please contact Ann Marie Cox 083 1093332.
Massive thanks to all who contributed to our Cake sale on Sunday.

Girls Under U10s & U8s:
St.Marys were the visitors to Annaduff on a sunny Saturday morning last. We had 28 Girls take part in a 15 aside in the U10s and 13 aside in the U8s well done to all. Some great young footballers in the making. And great work being done from the Coaches of Ann Marie, Viv & Terry. And with the U6s were Mairéad, Eimear, Majella and Grainne. Also many thanks to the parents who helped out with the catering in the hall after.

Boys U11s:
We had 20 boys travel the short distance to Bornacoola on Saturday morning last. With another super display from all the boys. Well done to all and their mentors Michael Rowley, Padraig Dunne and Mark O’Shea.

The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship:
Our U15s began their Championship away to Mohill on Saturday last, unfortunately losing out to what was a very close game for most of the hour. Annaduff GAA would like to wish Cian Dockery a speedy recovery after he got injured during the game. Full time score Annaduff 3-08 to Mohill 4-12.
Team: Liam McNamee, Mel Fitzpatrick, Adam Maxwell, Craig McGuinness, Kyle Russell, Niall Quigley, Eoghan Ridge(1-0), Tommie Taylor, Senan Mooney(0-1), Darren Cox(1-6)(4f), Jack Higgins(0-1), Cian Dockery, Eamon Healy(1-0).
Subs: Nathan Cox, Josh Gill.

The Vistamed Junior A Championship:
Our junior A Semi-final played in Leitrim Gaels on Sunday ended in a comprehensive win for Annaduff over Aughawillan, Full time score: Annaduff 3-13 to Aughawillan 0-12. Great performance throughout the game from all players we now play Glencar-Manorhamilton in the final.
Team:
Jim McCormack, Johnny Harte, Chris Farrell, Stephen Murray, Shane Morrison(0-1), Mattie Cox(0-1), Francis Shanley, Ronan McCormack, Kenny Cox(0-3), Michael Murray, Cathal Cox(0-1), Gavin O Brien(0-3), James Riordan, Liam Taylor(1-1), Jason Ward(0-2).
Subs:Frank McNabola(0-1) for Michael Murray (HT), Mark Beirne for Mattie (35min), Michael Cox(1-0) for James (38min), David duignan for Kenny (48min), Johnny O Connor(1-0) for Ronan (50min), Tom Flannagan for Gavin (58min).

Longford/Leitrim Masters:
Well done to Mark Beirne and Ray Cox flying the Annaduff flag to win the all Ireland shield title over the weekend.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto draw took place in Duignans Drumsna on Sunday the 22nd
Numbers 2, 7, 15, 20. no winner
Conor Lyons €50
Brendan & Ann Walshe €25
Tamara Mcloughlin €25
Ann Daly €25
James McWeeney €25
Next draw takes place in Coxs Steakhouse Dromod on Sunday the 6th of October where the jackpot now stands at €3900. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship home to Fenagh on Saturday the 28th at 12 noon.
The Smith Monumentals IFC Semi final V Leitrim Gaels on Sunday the 29th at 2:30pm in Pairc Sean McDiarmada.

W/E 22nd September 2019

The Smith Monumentals IFC:
Karl O Foghlu Men were back in Cloone on Sunday last in the quarter final of the Intermediate Championship.
A wet muggy day in Cloone seen a slow start to the Annaduff side but a few minutes into the second half the Annaduff lads were in the driving seat and never looked back. Its not often you see three brothers on the same team in Annaduff when their surname is not Cox. Well done to the McNabola brothers and the all the lads on our Intermediate team.
Full time score: Annaduff 1-17 to Bornacoola 0-08. Next up we face Leitrim Gaels in the semi final.
Team: Darragh Burke(0-2)(45s), Donal McNabola, Keith Duignan, Dean Gill, Hugh Moylan(0-1), Dillon Keane, Conor Reynolds, David O Dowd, David Duignan(0-1), Eoin Gill, Gavin O Brien, Frank McNabola(0-3), Sean McNabola(0-3)(1f), Ray Cox(1-4), Kenny Cox(0-2).
Subs: Liam Taylor for Ray (44min), Adam O Hagan for Eoin Gill (50min), Dermot Reynolds for Gavin O Brien (50min), Mattie Cox for David O Dowd (53min), Stephen Murray for David Duignan ( 56min), Michael Murray(0-1)(f) for Sean mcNabola (58min).

Club Annaduff:
The members draw took place recently:
All Ireland ticket winners were Felix Doherty & Michael Cox
1st prize €200 Fr.John Wall
2nd prize €100 Donal McNabola
3rd prize €50 Tony Faughnan
4th prize €50 Gene Cox
Thanks again to all our 2019 Club Annaduff Members for your continued support of Eanach Dubh GAA.

Sympathys:
Annaduff GAA wish to pass our deepest sympathies to the Duignan family, on the death of Paddy Duignan, Summerhill Court, Carrick on Shannon and formly Annaduff. Paddys father was a founder member and Paddy himself a great supporter in every way. His family were active in the Club, in Score and playing on the field. Although living in Carrick in recent years, anytime I met Paddy the conversation always turned to Dromod and the Parish of Annaduff. He always kept up to date with the goings on with our facebook page. A total gentleman and a great employer to the region for many years when he owned and managed the former mill known to all as “Duignans Mill”. Predeceased by his son Conan. We offer our condolences to his wife Marie, daughters Dolores, Siobhan, Irene, Andrea and sons Fergus and Odran, brother Liam, sisters Maureen, Lily, Sheila, Bernadette, and Dotie, relatives, neighbours and many friends in Carrick & Annaduff. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Annaduff Ladies:
On Saturday the 26th of October the The Leitrim Ladies GFC with be presenting the Kube in the Landmark Hotel, Carrick On Shannon. The Annaduff ladies will be putting forward 2 contestant’s and as part of that we have to raise money and to get things started there will be a cake sale next Sunday the 22nd of September in the Community centre after 11am Mass. Also calling on all business out there we need to sell ads for the program on the night half page €100 or full page €200 or if you can help with sponsorship in anyway, please contact Ann Marie Cox 083 1093332.



Clothes collection: Annaduff GAA are finishing up with the unwanted Clothes collection next Saturday the 21st of September. Thanks to all that has supported us thus far. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning next from 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them from you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship:
Annaduff Gaa would like to wish our U15 Management and players the best of luck as they begin their Championship next Saturday away to Mohill. Please support.


Lotto:
The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw takes place in Duignans Drumsna next Sunday the 22nd where the jackpot now stands at €3800. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15 Championship away to Mohill on Saturday the 21st at 12 noon.
The Vistmed Junior A Semi final V Aughawillan at 1:30pm venue TBC.

W/E 15th September 2019

U11 Boys :

Our U11s travelled to Drumreilly on Saturday last to play Garadice Gaels and Drumkeerin. Super effort from all our young players. Well done to their Coaches Michael Rowley, Padraig Dunne & Mark O Shea.

The Smith Monumentals IFC:
Karl Foleys Men played Cloone on Sunday last in the last round of the Intermedite Championship.
Full time score: Annaduff 0-21 to Cloone 1-09. Leaves us top of the table going into the Q/final.

Clothes collection: Annaduff GAA are finishing up with the unwanted Clothes collection on Saturday the 21st of September. Thanks to all that has supported us thus far. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning next from 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them from you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw took place in the Brandywell Dromod on Sunday last the 8th of September. 2,10,12,17 no winner.

Pauline Farrell €50

David O Dowd €25

Edel Cox €25

James McWeeney €25

Clodagh McWeeney €25

Next draw takes place in Duignans Drumsna on Sunday the 22nd where the jackpot now stands at €3800. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:

The Smith Monumentals IFC quarter final Annaduff V Bornacoola on Sunday the 15th of September Cloone at 12 noon.

W/E 8th September 2019

The Joe Flynn U12s Tournament:

Saturday last the 31st of August, seen St Mary’s host the 2nd annual Joe Flynn Tournament. This year seen 16 teams, from 11 clubs, and 3 provinces take part in what has been a highly successful event. Our lads played very well and got to the semi final but unfortunately were beaten by five points by Clane from Co.Kildare who went on the win the overall tournament. Congratulations to them and our compliments to St Marys Club for the very well ran tournament and the hospitality we received also for the invitation to come along and take part.

Team: Sam Heslin, Oran Beirne, Patrick Beirne, Kyle Russell, Kevin Faughnan, Declan Cox, Daragh Lenehan, Luke Fitzsimons, Ross O Shea, Caelan Newton, Peter Moran, Alex Copley, Jake Charles, Caoimhin O Sullivan, Óisin Molloy, Nathan Cox.

The Vistamed Junior A Championship:
Our Juniors faced neighbours St. Marys, Carrick on Shannon in the Q-final of the Championship on Saturday last in Ballinamore. The Annaduff lads got off to a good start considering they were kicking into a strong breeze. Kenny Cox kicking the first point followed by a point for Marys, Cathal, Ronan, and Gavin with a point each followed by a converted free from Kenny inside the opening fifteen min. St marys did come back with three points from play and another from a free. In the thirtieth min Marys got a goal with two converted frees from Kenny Cox left the Annaduff side down by a point at half time.
The second half had only started when St Marys were awarded a penalty which was converted into a goal. But a point from Gavin and a pull down on Jason Ward in the 40th min Kenny slotted a goal after a rebound from a penalty kick off the Marys Goaly. Followed up with a brilliantly worked ball from Jason Ward to Liam Taylor into the back of St Marys net the Annaduff lads went three points up and kept that lead to the end. Kenny and Cathal exchanged points with the Marys men. But the result never looked in doubt for the Annaduff lads. Full time score: Annaduff 2-10 St Marys 2-07. Annaduff now play Aughawillan in the semi final date and times TBC.

Team: Jim McCormack, Johnny Harte, Chris Farrell, Stephen Marray, Shane Morrison, David Duignan, Mattie Cox, Ronan McCormack (0-1), Kenny Cox (1-5)(3f), Michael Murray, Cathal Cox (0-2), Gavin O Brien (0-2), Jason Ward, Liam Taylor (1-0), Johnny O Connor.
Subs: Michael Cox for johnny O Connor (23min), Mark Beirne for Michael Murray(34min),

Fló Beo Shannon Swim:
There was a great turnout on Sunday evening last to welcome home three Annaduff ladies who arrived back after swimming the Shannon. Congratulations to Heather and Eileen Maxwell and Toni Mc Glynn, a fantastic achievement. Our Family Fun Day supported the three brave ladies and their charities, Lust for Life and Irish Cancer Society. Check out #Flobeogofundme to support the charities and to acknowledge this wonderful achievement!!! Check out their journey here…https://www.facebook.com/flobeoshannonswim/

All Ireland Day:
Our Bord na óg sold raffle tickets in Taylors Drumsna and Coxs Dromod as part of our fundraising for 2019 many thanks to everyone who bought and sold tickets. Congratulations to the winners. Thanks to everyone who donated prizes and thanks to Cox’s and Taylors.

Clothes collection: Annaduff GAA are looking for unwanted Clothes. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning next from 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them for you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw takes in the Brandywell Dromod the 8th of September where the jackpot now stands at €3700. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The McCormacks Mace IFC round 4 Annaduff Ladies V Aughwillan on Sunday the 8th of September venue and time TBC.

The Smith Monumentals IFC round 5 Annaduff V Cloone on Sunday the 8th of September in Pairc Sean McDiarmada at 12 noon.

W/E 1st September 2019

The Barna Waste U13s A Championship: Our U13s bow out of the Championship following being defeated in the Semi Final by Fenagh St Callins on Friday last. A great bunch of players working well together all over the pitch but just not enough to get over the line. We would like to take this opportunity to wish Fenagh and St Marys best of luck in the final and also to thank the Players, Parents and the Management of Ronan Mooney, Derek Cox and Gerry Newton sincere thanks for their massive efforts throughout 2019.

The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship: Our U17s also bowed out of the Championship last week in the Semi Final when they faced Mohill. The club would like to thank the commitment of all the Players and the Management during the league and Championship. Daniel Duignan, Sean Quigley, James Cox & James Riordon. We look forward to seeing the older lads on the team in Senior and Junior football for 2020.

The Smith Monumentals IFC: The Annaduff lads continued their unbeaten record in round 4 of the Intermediate football Championship for 2019. Full time score: Carrigallen 1-17 Annaduff 3-18. Team: Darragh Burke, Donal McNabola, Keith Duignan, Conor Reynolds, Hugh Moylan, Dillon Keane, Dean Gill, David O Dowd, David Duignan, Sean mcNabola(0-9)(6f), Gavin O Brien(1-0), Eoin Gill(1-4), Sean Duignan(0-1), Kenny Cox(0-2), Alan Glancy(0-1). Subs: Dermot Reynolds for Alan Glancy (HT), Liam Taylor(1-0) for Sean Duignan (41min), James Cox for Donal McNabola (47min), Jason ward(0-1)(f) for Gavin O Brien (54min), Ronan McCormack for David Duignan (56min), Stephen Murray for Keith Duignan.

Clothes collection:
Annaduff GAA are looking for unwanted Clothes. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning next from 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them for you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw took place in Mc Loughlins, Drumsna on the 25th of August. 12,17,18,22. no winner. Liam Taylor €50 Thomas P Faughnan €25, Jackie Conboy €25 Martina McGarry €25 John Cox €25 Next draw takes in the Brandywell Dromod the 8th of September where the jackpot now stands at €3700. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

W/E 25th August 2019

The Barna Waste U13s A Championship: The U13s travelled to St Marys on Tuesday the 13th in round 5 on their Championship. Unfortunately losing their first game. Full time score: Annaduff 1-07 to St Marys 5-11.

2019 Vistamed Junior A Championship. Our Junior team travelled to Cloone on Saturday evening to face Carrigallen in round 2 of the championship the game ended in a draw. Full time score: Annaduff 1-13 to Carrigallen 0-16. Team: Jim McCormack, Johnny Harte, David Duignan, Stephen Murray, Shane Morrison, Matthew Reynolds, Mattie Cox, Kenny Cox, Ronan McCormack, Michael Murray, Cathal Cox, Jason Ward, Johnny o Connor, Liam Taylor, James Riordan.
Subs: Frank McNabola for James Riordan (22min), Gavin O Brien for Shane Morrison (22min), Mark Beirne for Michael Murray (53min).

2019 McCormack Mace IFC: The Annaduff Ladies suffered a loss on Sunday last in Bornacoola were they played a strong Mohill side in the Intermediate Championship. Full time score: Annaduff 2-01 to Mohill 4-22. Team: Lisa Rinn, Mairead McHugh, Eimear Quigley, Aisling Shanley, Maeve Newton, Sinead Reynolds, Grainne Reynolds, Carmel Donlon, Chloe Dolan, Aislin Bosquette, Hannah Farrell, Carmel Charles, Aine Fitzpatrick, Viviene Egan (2-1), Aesha Newton.
Subs: Maggie Rowley for Carmel Charles (34min), Riona Cosgrave for Grainne Reynolds (37min), Erin Newton for Aislin Bosquette (52min).

Clothes collection: Annaduff GAA are looking for unwanted Clothes. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning next from 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them for you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw takes place in McLoughlins Drumsna on the 25th of August where the jackpot now stands at €3600. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship Semi final away to Mohill on Monday the 19th at 7pm.
The Barna Waste U13s Championship home to McDiarmada Gaels on Tuesday the 20th at 7pm.
Smith Monumentals IFC Championship V Carrigallen on Saturday the 24th in Cloone at 5pm.

W/E 28th July 2019

Family Day 2019:

The 2019 Annaduff Annual Family fun day will take place on Sunday the 4th of August. This year our Club will be donating half the proceeds to Mental health awareness charity a lust for life as well as the Irish Cancer Society. Raffle tickets are currently for sale from Coxs Steakhouse or any Club member at a cost of €5 for 3 tickets. First prize : €500, Second: €150 voucher for Ganlys hardware, Third:€100 hamper sponsored by Sean Maxwell, Fourth:Meal for 2 at Lough Rynn, Fifth:€50 voucher for Homeland Mohill. Thanks to all our sponsors along with our main sponsor Masonite. Raffle draw will take place in Coxs Steakhouse Dromod on the 4th of August after the fun day.The hard working committee promise not to disappoint as with other years the usual fun activities as well as lots of new, more details in the coming weeks.

The Dunnes Bar D1 League:

Following the results over the weekend Karl Foley’s men will continue to play Division 1 for 2020.

Well done lads!!.

New Baby:

Annaduff GAA wish to congratulate former Annaduff player Gerard Reynolds and his wife Lana following the birth of their first child a son named Ryan in Canada recently.

Clothes collection: That time of year again Annaduff GAA are looking for unwanted Clothes. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning at 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them for you. Denny Dockery 087 9007217 or Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Smith Monumentals IFC Dates:

The fixtures were announced recentaly for the up coming Championship

Round 1: Saturday July 26th Annaduff V Drumkeeran

Round 2: Saturday August 3rd Annaduff V Leitrim Gaels

Round 3: Sunday August 11th Annaduff V Ballinamore

Round 4: Saturday August 24th Annaduff V Carrigallen

Round 5: Sunday September 8th Annaduff V Cloone.

Vistamed JFC A:

Round 1: Sunday July July 28th Annaduff V Drumkeeran

Round 2: Saturday August 17th Annaduff V Carrigallen

Dromod Defibrillator:

The new defib will be located in the village in the coming weeks. If you live or work in Dromod village and would like to be trained to use the Defibrillator please contact Niall 087 9852113 or alternatively send a message on our facebook page. We are also looking for people who are already trained and would be willing to be included on the contact list. Please like the new Dromod Defibrillator facebook page to keep up to date with training dates and information. Training will be provided FREE of charge and is open to all from 16 years and older.

Sympathys:

Annaduff GAA Club wish to extend our sincere condolences to Olive, sons Christopher and Simon and daughter Laura, extended family, friends and neighbours, on the passing of Tommy Prior, Antfield.

Also to the Gill family following the sudden death of Daniel, Foxborough, Drumsna. Our thoughts and prayers are with them all at this difficult time especially to his parents Brian and Paula, sisters Shauna and Aideen, brother James, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, relatives and friends.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto took place in the next draw takes place in Taylors Drumsna on Sunday the 28th of July were the Jackpot now stands at €3300. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:

The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship away to MacDiarmada Gaels Monday the 22nd July in Ballinamore at 7:30.

The Barna Recycling U13s Championship home to Fenagh St Caillins Friday the 26th at 7:30pm

The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship home to St Marys Monday the 29th of July at 7:30pm.

W/E 22nd July 2019

Family Day 2019: The 2019 Annaduff Annual Family fun day will take place on Sunday the 4th of August. This year our Club will be donating half the proceeds to Mental health awareness charity a lust for life as well as the Irish Cancer Society. Raffle tickets are currently for sale from Club members at a cost of €5 for 3 tickets. First prize : €500, Second: €150 voucher for Ganlys hardware, Third:€100 hamper sponsored by Sean Maxwell, Fourth:Meal for 2 at Lough Rynn, Fifth:€50 voucher for Homeland Mohill. Thanks to all our sponsors along with our main sponsor Masonite. Raffle draw will take place in Coxs Steakhouse Dromod on the 4th of August after the fun day. The hard working committee promise not to disappoint as with other years the usual fun activities as well as lots of new, more details in the coming weeks.

The Dunnes Bar D1 League: The Annaduff lads had two home games in the league last week. Gortletteragh first on Wednesday last. The Annaduff lads got off to a good start scoring 4 unanswered points, before Gortletteragh got on the board with a free, Another 2 points were added one from play by Eoin Gill and a free converted by Sean McNabola. Gortletteragh converted a free followed by a goal from the penalty spot in the 27 min which brought them back into the game. A point from David Duignan and another converted free to Gortletteragh left the score line level at the break Annaduff 0-7 Gortletteragh 1-4. The second half started with the Gortletteragh lads with a spring in their step converting the first 2 points from play, but after the first 10 min of play in the second half the Annaduff lads picked up the pace with points from Sean Mc, Sean Duignan, Eoin Gill, Gavin O Brien and a converted free from Sean Mc Nabola the Annaduff side looked like the two points were in the bag. A point from play for the Gortletteragh men followed by two points from Sean McNabola one from play and one from a free finished the scoring. Full time score: Annaduff 0-14 Gortletteragh 1-07.

The second Division 1 game Annaduff were home to Fenagh St Caillins on Saturday last. This game was always going to be a tight affair as both teams needed to get the 2 points to try and stay in Division 1 for 2020. The Annaduff lads knew they needed a good start and followed through with Sean McNabola getting the first two points from play, followed with a converted free for the Fenagh men. In the 6th min a super pass from Sean Duignan got palmed into the net by Sean Mc Nabola. He also Followed by a point from play. But as always from the Fenagh lads with 5 converted frees and 4 from play and 1 free convered by Sean McNabola left the Annaduff lads down at the break Annaduff 1-4 to Fenagh 0-10. The second half started with the introduction of Ray Cox for Nigel, and as you would expect instantly made an impact with two points from play followed by a free converted by Sean McNabola at 51st min which left the sides level. A converted penalty by Sean Mc in the 25th min. The Fenagh men came back with two points from play and one from a free, left the sides level again in the 60th min. A super converted free from Sean McNabola and Annaduff breaking down the Fenagh attack in the dying seconds of a very intense second half the Annaduff lads held onto the lead to win by the tightest of margins Full time score: Annaduff 2-09 Fenagh 0-14.

Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camp: The Annaduff Kelloggs Cúl Camp took place last week (8th – 12th July). In what proved to be another successful Cúl Camp and great week in Annaduff, we had 144 boys and girls taking part in this years camp. It was great for our Underage teams along with new children who joined our camp and learn the skills of our game in a fun-filled way. We would like to thank the camp co-ordinator Sean Gallagher, along with all the other coaches for the making it a Successful brilliant record breaking week.

The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship: Well done to our U17s as they won their first round in the Division 1 championship when Leitrim Gaels were the visitors to Annaduff on Monday last the 8th of July. Keep it going lads !!!.

Clothes collection: That time of year again Annaduff GAA are looking for unwanted Clothes. All types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. Cant take duvets or pillows. Drop off to Annaduff GAA Ground on Saturday morning at 10am to 11am. Anyone that has bags to be collected we would be delighted to collect them for you. Niall Lyons 087 9852113. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.

Sympathys: Annaduff GAA wish to pass on our sympathy’s to McNabola Family Carrick on Shannon following the recent death of Michael John McNabola Kilnagross, Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto took place in the Brandywell Dromod Sunday the 14th of July, 7, 13, 20, 23 No winner

Kieran Lyons €50

Ronan ward €25

Jamie Faughnan €25

Ann Daly €25

Sally Cox €25

The next draw takes place in Talyors Drumsna on Sunday the 28th of July were the Jackpot now stands at €3300. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures: The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Championship away to Fenagh on Monday 15th July at 7:30pm.

The Barna Recycling U13s Championship away to St Marys Friday the 19th at 7:30pm

The Dunnes bar D1 league away to Melvin Gaels on Saturday the 20th at 7pm .

 

W/E 14th July 2019

The Newtowngore Engineering U17s

Best of luck to our U17 players and management as they begin their championship tomorrow Monday home to Leitrim Gaels. Please support.

Family Day 2019:

The 2019 Annaduff Annual Family fun day will take place on Sunday the 4th of August. This year our Club will be donating half the proceeds to Mental health awareness charity a lust for life as well as the Irish Cancer Society. Following on from the success of the Health and Wellbeing day at Easter, The Health Hub is going to be a part of the Family fun day this year. We will have local experts and businesses in the wellbeing sector available to answer your questions on the day, healthier snack options on the go and outdoor fitness classes (weather permitting).The hard working committee promise not to disappoint as with other years the usual fun activities as well as lots of new, more details in the coming weeks.

The Dunnes Bar D1 League:

A much improved Annaduff side travelled to Leitrim Gaels on Wednesday last, Not enough to get over Leitrim gaels the home side coming away with the two points Full time score : Annaduff 1-12 Leitrim Gaels 4-12.

The second game of the week, Mohill were the visitors to Annaduff on Saturday last. The visitors are top of Division 1 .The Annaduff side have a few injured players but were left in no doubt in knowing why Mohill is top of the table. Finishing out Annaduff 2-07 to Mohill 3-20.

Dromod Defibrillator:

With the great help from the Annaduff Drumsna Jamestown defibrillator group in association with John Dowling from Tesco Carrick on Shannon, and the local businesses in the area.The new defib will be located in the village in the coming weeks. If you live or work in Dromod village and would like to be trained to use the Defibrillator please contact Niall 087 9852113 or alternatively send a message on our facebook page. We are also looking for people who are already trained and would be willing to be included on the contact list. Please like the new Dromod Defibrillator facebook page to keep up to date with training dates and information. Training will be provided FREE of charge and is open to all from 16 years and older.

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:

For parents of the Boys & Girls attending the Kelloggs Cul Camp. The camp starts tomorrow Monday at 10am, please be there 15 minutes earlier for registration.

What To Bring:

•Packed Lunch & Drinks

•Mouthguard for Football

•Suitable playing gear, tracksuit, shorts, runners, boots

•Rain jacket and changes of gear on wet days

•Sun cream and baseball hat

•Towel

•Water

Camp will run Monday to Friday from 10am – 2:30pm. Enjoy the week !

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto the next draw takes place in the Brandywell Dromod Sunday the 14th of July were the Jackpot now stands at €3200. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support!!!