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.
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:
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 !!!