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!!!

W/E 26th May 2019

Club Annaduff:
Firstly on behalf of Annaduff GAA thank you for loyal support and membership of Club Annaduff in 2018, all funds raised by Club Annaduff GAA helping our club to continue the great coaching and development activities in our juvenile girls and boys and our adult teams. Contact Kevin Ludlow, Ciaran Dolan or John Thornton for renewal / new member always welcome. Any further details available on the Annaduffgaa.ie web page.

Speedy Recovery:
Annaduff GAA would like to wish our Club President Fr.Wall a speedy recovery following a recent illness.

Annaduff National School:
Hard luck to the management and players from the School boys team who narrowly lost out to Leitrim NS on Saturday last in the division 1 Cup final held in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. At the break the Annaduff lads led by 3 points but Leitrim seemed to get on top in the second half. Finishing out Annaduff 2-04 to Leitrim 1-08. But none the less a brilliant achievement for the players to play at the highest level in the competition. No doubt in a few short years their names will be well known on the Annaduff senior and Leitrim panel.

Connacht Championship:
Hard luck to our Club representatives on the County scene last weekend. With Aine Fitzpatrick with the U16s Leitrim Girls, Jack Hughes on the Leitrim Minors where Leitrim hosted Mayo in Ballinamore on Friday evening and Viv Egan on the Leitrim Senior Ladies who hosted Roscommon in Carrick on Shannon.

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Open to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second. A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.

Annaduff, Drumsna, Jamestown Defibraltor Group:
Thank you so much to each and everybody who supported us so generously in our fundraising Spinathon at Tesco Carrick on Saturday last. The proceeds will be split between Temple Street Childrens hosipital and the defib group. They are hoping to get at least one defib into Dromod village this year. A huge thank you to Gerry from Trailblazers, Dublin Road, Carrick on Shannon who generously supplied the bikes and equipment for the Spinathon.
Thank you to all the hardworking team of collectors and cyclists, you can be very proud of yourselves. Lastly but most importantly a special Thank You to John Dowling Tesco Carrick for facilitating us on Saturday and for his unending support over recent months, a true gentleman.

The Westlink Coaches U15:
The U15s were home to Leitrim Gaels on Thursday last. Unfortunately our lads lost after a cracking close encounter. Full time score: Annaduff 1-09 to Leitrim Gaels 3-05.
Team: Liam McNamee, Mel Fitzpatrick, Eoghan Ridge, Daniel Lyons, Craig McGuinness, Adam Maxwell, Niall Quigley, Tommie Taylor, Darren Cox, Senan Mooney, Cian Dockery, Jack Higgins, Eamonn Healey, Sub:Nathan Cox , Caolan Newton.
Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto draw took place in the Brandywell, Dromod on Sunday last the 19th of May. 5, 9, 17, 19 There was No winner
Donnacha Hever €50
Jason Ward €25
Eamon Healy €25
Helen Toolan €25
Kyran Cox €25
The next draw takes place in McLoughlins Drumsna on Sunday the 2nd of June, where the Jackpot now stands at €2900. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15s League away to Drumkeeran on Monday the 20th of May at 7pm.
The Westlink Coaches U15s League away to Melvin Gaels on Friday the 24th of May at 7pm.
The Annaduff Ladies home to St.Josephs on Friday the 24th at 7:30pm.
The Dunnes Bar Division 1 League home to St Marys on Sunday the 26th of at 2pm.

W/E 19th May 2019

Club Annaduff:
Firstly on behalf of Annaduff GAA thank you for loyal support and membership of Club Annaduff in 2018, all funds raised by Club Annaduff GAA helping our club to continue the great coaching and development activities in our juvenile girls and boys and our adult teams. Club Annaduff 2019 is ready for throw in and we have decided to alter our format slightly, in 2019 we will have 2 levels of membership our standard €70 Silver membership and our new €120 Gold membership. Silver membership offers you entry into 4 draws with a 1st prize of €200, 2nd prize of €100 plus 3rd and 4th prizes are €50 each.
Membership card which allows you into all Annaduff 2019 home D1 and D3 league games for free and your 2019 Members Car Sticker. If you opt for the €120 Gold Membership you”ll also receive our custom Club Annaduff 2019 polo shirt, please see annaduffgaa.com for details. Your usual Club Annaduff contact will soon be in touch and we look forward to welcoming you back into Club Annaduff 2019. Thanks in advance for your continued support, Kevin Ludlow, John Thornton and Ciaran Dolan.

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Open to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second. A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.

First Holy Communion:
Congratulation’s to the 31 boys & girls from 2nd class who made their first holy Communion in a packed out St Marys Church, Annaduff on Saturday last the 11th of May. Thanks to Fr. John Wall PP, the students and their teacher Miss McCartin who prepared them for their First holy Communion. The choir sang beautifully and they were directed by Mrs Deirde McKeon and Ms Edel Brogan. Thanks to parents etc who helped the children prepare for their big day.

The Defibraltor Group:
The Annaduff-Drumsna-Jamestown defibraltor group are hosting a Cyclethon in Tesco, Carrick on Shannon on Saturday next the 18th of May from 10am to 4pm. Please come along and support. If you can spare some time they are looking for people to cycle. And as previous stated part of this years fundraising is hopefully going to see a Defibraltor in Dromod Village.

Connacht Championship:
Although results didn’t go Leitrims way, on both the Ladies V Sligo or the Seniors Leitrim V Roscommon. Well done to our three Club representatives Viv Egan, Conor Reynolds and Senan Mooney who played for Leitrim in the exhibition game before the senior game started. I’m sure that all three will have a great future both in Club and County football.

Bord na nóg:
Annaduff will be a host club for Féile this year. This year Féile kicks off on Friday the 28th of June
Annaduff V Gortletteragh at 4:45pm. Cork team V Louth team at 5:30pm, Gortletteragh V Louth at 6:15pm then Annaduff V Cork team at 7pm all Friday games will be in Annaduff.
Saturday the 28th Annaduff V Louth team at 10:45am. Quarter finals will take place in the Sligo Centre of Excellence, Cup at 2:15 and Shield at 3:30. Both finals will be played in Pairc Sean Carrick on Shannon at 1:30 on Sunday the 30th. The very best of luck to the management and players this will be a exciting and busy weekend for all.

The Westlink Coaches U15:
The U15s were away to Allen Gaels on Thursday last. Unfortunately our lads lost out to a very strong Drumshambo side. Full time score: Annaduff 0-11 to Dromhair 2-18.
Team: Liam McNamee, Mel Fitzpatrick, Daniel Lyons, Craig McGuinness (0-1), Adam Maxwell, Niall Quigley, Tommie Taylor (0-3), Darren Cox (0-5)(4f), Senan Mooney (0-1), Cian Dockery (0-1), Jack Higgins, Eamonn Healey, Nathan Cox Sub: Caolan Newton.
Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw will take place in the Brandywell, Dromod on the 19th of May where the Jackpot now stands at €2800. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15s League home to Leitrim Gaels on Thursday the 16th of May at 7pm.
The Annaduff Ladies home to Aughawillan on Sunday the 19th of May at 11am.

W/E 12th May 2019

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Open to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second. A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.

First Holy Communion:
There will be No underage training this Saturday the 11th of May on account of First Holy Communion. Annaduff GAA would like to wish the very best of luck to all the Boys & Girls from the Parish who will make their First Holy Communion in St. Marys Church Annaduff on Saturday next. Hope the sun Shines and that its a very enjoyable day for all.

Junior A Championship Draw:
Annaduff have been drawn into Group 1 for the Junior championship along with;
Kiltubrid
Glencar-Manor
St.Marys.

Bord na nóg:
Annaduff will be a host club for Féile this year. This year Féile kicks off on Friday the 28th of June
Annaduff V Gortletteragh at 4:45pm. Cork team V Louth team at 5:30pm, Gortletteragh V Louth at 6:15pm then Annaduff V Cork team at 7pm all Friday games will be in Annaduff.
Saturday the 28th Annaduff V Louth team at 10:45am. Quarter finals will take place in the Sligo Centre of Excellence, Cup at 2:15 and Shield at 3:30. Both finals will be played in Pairc Sean Carrick on Shannon at 1:30 on Sunday the 30th. The very best of luck to the management and players this will be a exciting and busy weekend for all.

Annaduff Ladies:
Well done to the Annaduff Senior ladies who had a great win over Drumkeeran on Sunday last in the second round of the league. Both teams were level at half time with 1-5 a piece but the Annaduff Girls produced a great second half performance to secure the points. Full time score Annaduff 2-12 to Drumkeeran 1-10.

U14 Girls:
The Annaduff girls had a great win over Bornacoola on Tuesday last on a Full time score: Annaduff 2-07 to Bornacoola 1-08. The girls will now play Fenagh for a chance to get into the League cup final. Best of luck Girls !!!.

The Westlink Coaches U15:
The U15s were home to Dromahair St Patricks on Thursday last. Another great result from the hard working lads. Full time score: Annaduff 7-06 to Dromhair 2-07.
Team: Liam McNamee, Eoghan Ridge, Mel Fitzpatrick, Daniel lyons, Craig McGuinness, Adam Maxwell, Niall Quigley, Tommie Taylor, Darren Cox, Senan Mooney, Jack Higgins, Eamonn Healey, Josh Gill, Subs: Nathan Cox & Caolan Newton.
Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto draw took place in Taylors Drumsna on Sunday last the 5th of May. There was no winner.
Alan Cox €50
Oliver Shanley €25
Chris Duffy €25
John Malone, Lanesborough €25
Cathal Cox €25

The next draw will take place in the Brandywell, Dromod on the 19th of May where the Jackpot now stands at €2800. So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Annaduff girls U14s home to Fenagh on Wednesday the 7th of May at 7pm.
The Westlink Coaches U15s League away to Allen Gaels Drumshambo Thursday the 9th of May at 7pm.
The Swan Bar D3 league away to Allen Gales on Saturday the 11th of May at 7pm.
The Annaduff Ladies home to Aughawillan on Sunday the 19th of May at 11am.

W/E 4th May 2019

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Open to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second. A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.

Bord na nóg:
Under Nines Go Games Blitz with St Marys 27/04/19:
Annaduff under 9’s began their Go Games blitzes hosting near neighbours St Marys in an entertaining series of small sided games in Annaduff.
Annaduff had a strong panel of twenty players while St Marys could only manage fifteen due to community games commitments. Both teams split up into even ability teams, played two quarters, then swopped pitches and positions to play the other team. All players enjoyed the games and the fact that they got to play in different positions on the pitch. The games are non-competitive in nature with points only recorded as scores. The one play rule encouraged our players to pass the ball more and kept all the team interested. The strong wind again made good football difficult but all persevered for an entertaining morning’s football. Everyone was happy to go to the clubhouse for drinks, sandwiches and cakes. Training resumes next weekend with further blitzes scheduled for 11th of May and 1st June.

U7s, U9s, & U11s Boys and Girls have started back training on Saturday mornings. Remember any boys in the Annaduff, Drumsna and Dromod area are more than welcome to come along Saturday morning at 10am have a look, try it out we would be delighted to see you.

The Westlink Coaches U15:
The U15s were away to Fenagh St.Callins on Thursday last. Another great display of football from our young team. The numbers are low on this team but they make up for it in effort. Well done boys.
Full time score; Annaduff 3-8 to Fenagh 0-5.
Team: Liam McNamee, Eoghan Ridge, Mel Fitzpatrick, Daniel lyons, Craig McGuinness (0-4), Adam Maxwell, Niall Quigley, Tommie Taylor (1-1), Darren Cox (1-3)(1f), Senan Mooney, Jack Higgins, Eamonn Healey, Josh Gill, Sub: Nathan Cox (1-0).
The Swan Bar Division 3 league:
Our juniors lost out after they travelled to Carrigallen on Saturday evening last. They say goals win matches and this was the case in Carrigallen. Full time score Annaduff 1-9 to Carrigallen 3-9.
Team: Chris Farrell, James Cox, Mark Beirne, Shane Morrison, Colum Fitzpatrick, Mathew Reynolds(0-1), Frank McNabola(0-1), Dermot Reynolds, Cathal Cox (0-2), Jason ward, Michael Murray(0-1), Michael Cox(1-0), Johnny O Connor, Liam Taylor(0-1)(f), James Riordan. Subs: Donal McNabola for James Riordan (34min), Ray Cox(0-2)(1f) for Johnny O C (36min), Gavin O Brien(0-1) for Michael Murray (45min) and Shane Cox for Liam T (49min).

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto next draw will be in Taylors Drumsna on the 5th of May where the Jackpot now stands at €2700.
So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Westlink Coaches U15s League home to Dromahair Thursday the 2nd May at 7pm.
The Annaduff Ladies away to Drumkeeran Sunday the 5th May.

W/E 21st April 2019

Dunnes Bar ACL Division1:
Karl Foleys men had another victory in the D1 league over the weekend in Manorhamilton. Another brilliant team performance. Full time score Annaduff 2-11 Glencar-Manor 0-10. Next up Ballinamore SOH. Keep up the good work lads !!.

The Swan Bar ACL Division 3:
Our Juniors suffered another defeat when they travelled to Drumkeeran on Sunday last. Under terrible conditions a low scoring game seen the home side come away with the 2 points full time score Annaduff 0-4 to Drumkeeran 0-6.

Smith Monumentals Intermediate Championship:
The draw took place last week for the IFC 2019 We are in group 1.
Ballinamore (SOH)
Leitrim Gaels
Annaduff
Drumkeeran
Calligallen
Cloone
Round 1: Annaduff V Drumkeeran, Round 2:Annaduff V Leitrim Gaels, Round 3: Annaduff V Ballinamore SOH, Round 4: Annaduff V Carrigallen, Round 5: Annaduff V Cloone.

Tesco Easter Raffle:
The Tesco Easter raffle draw will take place on Saturday next the 20th of April in Tesco, Carrick-on-Shannon all money raised will be split between Temple Street Hospital and the Annaduff, Drumsna, Jamestown Defibrillator Group. This group have a very hard working community that has 5 defibrillator’s covering Jamestown, Drumsna and Annaduff. Which need to be maintained they are also hoping to raise enough money to buy a defibrillator for Dromod village. Dromod is one of the only Village’s/Towns in the region that has no defibrillator so please get behind this very worthy cause.

Welcome new baby:
Congratulation’s to Michael O Rourke and Edwina Guckian on the birth of their first child Páidí Hughie ó Ruairc. I know he will most probably be a born dancer but we’re also hoping for a new Gooch for Annaduff !!!.

Health & Wellbeing Workshop:

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Annaduff GAA are hosting their first health & wellbeing workshop for secondary school students boy and girls aged between 13-17 years. This will take place in the Leitrim GAA centre of Excellence Annaduff on Good Friday the 19th of April from 9am to 2pm.
This workshop will be an introduction to the many factors affecting your health and wellbeing outside of playing GAA. Throughout the morning we will have some excellent speakers and mentors leading discussions and demonstrations on – Nutrition – Mobility – Resilience & coping skills – Goal settings – Introduction to basic strength training ( suitable for all abilities). This event is free of charge open to all in the Parish of Annaduff even those students that don’t play football. You must register as soon as possible all details are on
Go Dromod or Annaduff GFC facebook pages. Many thanks to Lisa Duignan ( Annaduff Health & Wellbeing Officer) for organising this event.

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Opened to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second, A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.
LGFA Player of the year:
Many congratulations to Vivienne Egan who was presented with the 2018 Leitrim LGFA junior player of the year at the LGFA awards night in Lough Allen Hotel on Friday the 29th of March. Vivienne of course is now on the Leitrim Senior team and has been a star on the Annaduff Ladies at underage and adult level. Well deserved Viv !!.

Bord na nóg:
On Saturday last the 13th of April, Annaduff GAA took part in a festival of football to mark the beginning of the Under 9 blitz season in the Centre of Excellence in Annaduff. The boys had practiced this format on the previous week at training and could slot into their roles. A strong breeze and a hard pitch made conditions difficult for children and parents alike but the boys adapted to the conditions and played some sparkling off the cuff football.
The silent side-line rules meant the players had to think their way on the pitch without instructions from the side-line and their ability to do this was a revelation to the spectators and coaches.
We entered two teams for this competition.
We started off with a lively match against St Marys, took a break then played Dromahair and St Josephs. We then moved pitch to play Cloone and ended off proceedings with an encounter with Aughnasheelin.
All the boys enjoyed their day and eagerly await the next U9 Go Games in Annaduff on 27th April with St Marys.

U7s, U9s, & U11s Boys have started back training on Saturday mornings. Remember any boys in the Annaduff, Drumsna and Dromod area are more than welcome to come along Saturday morning at 10am have a look, try it out we would be delighted to see you. The Girls wont start for another few weeks details nearer to the time.

The Westlink Coaches U15:
Best of luck to the management and players from our U15s boys team as they begin the D2 league home to Mohill on Thursday.
Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto the next draw will be in Coxs Dromod Sunday next the 21st April were the Jackpot now stands at €2600.
So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

W/E 14th April 2019

Dunnes Bar ACL Division1:
Aughnasheelin were the visitors to Annaduff on Saturday last in the first official game played of 2019.
Karl Foleys men needed to get a good start in the D1 league, and it was delivered in style.
Some brilliant play from all over the team. Finishing out a strong performance on a full time score: Annaduff 5-16 to Aughnasheelin 1-17.
Team: Daragh Burke, Keith Duignan, David O Dowd, Dean Gill, Hugh Moylan, Dillon Keane, Adam O Hagan(1-0), Conor Reynolds(0-1), Eoin Gill (0-3), Dermot Reynolds(0-3), Gavin O Brien(1-0), Frank McNabola, Michael Cox(1-0), Sean McNabola(1-2)(1f) and Kenny Cox(1-6)(2f). Subs: Francis Shanley for Adam (47min) Michael Murray (0-1) for Frank Mc (47min) Mathew Reynolds for Dean ( 51min) Sean Quigley for Michael Cox ( 53min) Liam Taylor for Dermot Reynolds ( 54min) and Donal McNabola for Dillon (60min).

Tesco Easter Raffle:
The Tesco Easter raffle will take place on Saturday the 20th of April in Tesco, Carrick-on-Shannon all money raised will be split between Temple Street Hospital and the Annaduff, Drumsna, Jamestown Defibrillator Group. This group have a very hard working community that has 5 defibrillator’s covering Jamestown, Drumsna and Annaduff Which need to be maintained they are also hoping to raise enough money to buy a defibrillator for Dromod village. Dromod is one of the only Village’s/Towns in the region that has no defibrillator so please get behind this very worthy cause.

Health & Wellbeing Workshop:
Annaduff GAA are hosting their first health & wellbeing workshop for secondary school students boy and girls aged between 13-17 years. This will take place in the Leitrim GAA centre of Excellence Annaduff on Good Friday the 19th of April from 9am to 2pm.
This workshop will be an introduction to the many factors affecting your health and wellbeing outside of playing GAA. Throughout the morning we will have some excellent speakers and mentors leading discussions and demonstrations on – Nutrition – Mobility – Resilience & coping skills – Goal settings – Introduction to basic strength training ( suitable for all abilities). This event is free of charge open to all in the Parish of Annaduff even those students that don’t play football. You must register as soon as possible all details are on
Go Dromod or Annaduff GFC facebook pages. Many thanks to Lisa Duignan ( Annaduff Health & Wellbeing Officer) for organising this event.

Annaduff GAA Summer camp:
This years Kelloggs summer camp will take place from the 8th to the 12th of July. Opened to boys and girls aged between six and thirteen. At a cost of €60 for first child and €55 for a second, A great week of entertainment is assured so go onto www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie and book your place.
Bord na nóg:
The Newtowngore Engineering U17s Annaduff boys bow out of the league in the semi-final on Friday last in Leitrim Gaels. A very close encounter throughout finishing out normal time in a draw. In extra time Leitrim Gaels managed to get the nose in front to finish Leitrim Gaels 3-17 to Annaduff 3-14. We wish leitrim Gaels good luck in the final against Fenagh. Annaduff GAA wish to thank Daniel Duignan, James Cox, Sean Quigley, Cian Condron and all the players for their tremendous efforts during the league.
Team: Padraig Kane, Eoghan Ridge, Tommie Taylor, Ultan Kelly, Cormac Kane, Craig McGuinness, Jack Hughes, Hugh Boyce, Darren Cox, Daniel Bosquette, Niall Quigley, Declan Gill, Ramon Castel Blasco. Subs: Keelan Lynch, Cian Dockery,Shane Faughnan.
U7s, U9s, & U11s Boys started back training on Saturday morning last. Remember any boys in the area are more than welcome to come along Saturday morning at 10am have a look, try it out we would be delighted to see you. The Girls wont start for another few weeks details nearer to the time.
U13s unfortunately lost out to St.Josephs in the D2 semi-final on Sunday last in Carrigallen, To loose by only one point is hard to take but i’m sure it will stand to this group during the Championship later in the summer. full time score: Annaduff 0-14 to St.Josephs 1-12. Annaduff GAA wish to thank the Mentors Ronan Mooney, Derek Cox and Gerry Newton along with the Players and their parents for all the support during the league.

Leitrim Supporters Draw 2019:
Annaduff GAA wish to thank all those who bought and sold the supporters club tickets. Draw took place in Coxs Steak house Dromod (main sponsors) on Saturday night last the 6th of April. Unfortunately Annaduff didnt have any winners this year.

Lotto: The Annaduff Parish & GAA lotto the draw took place in Duignans Drumsna on Sunday the 7th of April
No winner.
Denise reilly €50
Declan Bohan €25
Padraig Fitzsimons €25
April McNabola €25
Michael F Rowley €25
Next draw will be in Coxs Dromod Sunday the 21st April Where the Jackpot now stands at €2600.
So as always please get your tickets in and Thank you for your continued support !!!

Fixtures:
The Dunnes Bar Division 1 league away to Glencar- Manorhamilton Saturday the 13th at 7pm.
The Swan Bar Division 3 away to Drumkeeran Sunday the 14th at 12 noon.