W/E 26th July 2020
Our first round of the IFC V Kiltubrid took place in Cloone on Friday evening last. Under terrible wet and dark conditions. Before the game there was a Minute silence for the late Noel Duignan (Annaduff) and the late Brendan Meehan (Kiltubrid). This was the opening game of the Leitrim 2020 Championship. A very close game throughout with less than 10 min to go Kiltubrid looked like they were going away with a win, but in true Annaduff spirit and drive we came away with the win under the narrowest of margins. With two points in the bag, its a great way to start for Karl Foleys Men. Full time score: Annaduff 0-10 Kiltubrid 0-09.
Team: Darragh Burke, Michael Murray, Hugh Moylan, Michael Cox, Adam O Hagan, Conor Reynolds, Dean Gill, Dillon Keane, Jack Hughes, Eoin Gill(0-1), Sean McNabola(0-6)(5f), Dermot Reynolds, Mattie Cox, Cathal Cox, Alan Glancy(0-3)(f).
Our U15s kicked off their Championship on Saturday morning last home to Leitrim Gaels.
The campaign didn’t start well for the home side with a couple of injuries and a strong Gaels side left the full time score Annaduff 3-03 to Leitrim Gaels 8-06. Annaduff have a bye in the next round.
Our JAFC is scheduled to commence on WE 25/26 July. Round one away to St.Marys.
Annaduff 50/50 On-Line :
Our Annaduff GAA 50/50 draw took place outside Dromod Boxty, on Sunday evening last. The winner of €236 was ticket number #35 bought by April McNabola Dromod. Congratulations April !!. Thanks to everyone for supporting Annaduff GAA. Next weeks draw will come to you on live stream on the Annaduff GFC facebook page on Sunday (26th of July) at 5 pm from outside Carrick on Shannon Motor Factors. You can enter on www.annaduffgaa.ie/fifty.
We had a brilliant start to our clothes collection, which will continue on Saturday next 25th July, from 10am till 11am. As per previous collections we can accept all types of clothes, shoes, old bags, belts, curtains, bed linen etc. We cant take duvets or pillows. Your support is very much appreciated. Monies raised go towards underage training equipment for our younger people in the Parish.
Congratulations Maura McNally:
Maura McNally SC has been elected as Chair of the Council of The Bar of Ireland, the representative body’s second-ever female head. A native of Dromod, Maura was called to the Bar in 1992, and practised on Circuit until her appointment to the Inner Bar in 2017. Following post-graduate studies in Warwick University (LLM), and UCG (BA & LLB), she completed her Bachelors of Law in King’s Inns and practices civil law; primarily in personal injury, chancery & non-jury. Maura follows in the footsteps of the late Honourable Ms. Justice Mella Carroll, who was first elected 41 years ago, to be the second female Chair of the Bar.
Maura McNally SC will Chair the Council from 1 August 2020 – 31 July 2021 and takes to the helm of the Bar following the Chairmanship of Mícheál P. O’Higgins SC.
Maura was raised in Dromod, the daughter of the late Jack (former Annaduff player) and Millie McNally. We would like to wish Maura every success. Its great to see this news and it is wonderful to see someone from Dromod doing so well.
Monday the 20th U17s away to St.Josephs (Carrigallen) at 7pm.
Monday the 20th U13s home to Glencar-Manor at 7pm.
The Smith Monumentals IFC home to Carrigallen Saturday the 25th at 7pm.
The Vistamed Junior A Championship away to St Marys Sunday the 26th at 1:30pm.
The Newtowngore U17s Championship home to St.Brigids Monday the 27th at 7pm.