With injuries and lads away we had to concede our U17s first round away to St Josephs in Carrigallen.
Carrigallen were the visitors to Annaduff last weekend in our second round of the IFC.
Sean McNabola got the Annaduff scoreboard going with a point free in the fifth min, followed by one from play by Eoin Gill. Sean and Kenny knocked over a point a piece before a super pass from Adam O Hagan and a well taken goal by the boot of Alan Glancy left the score at 1-4 to no score in the first quarter. Carrigallen had a couple of free chances but were unable to convert into scores. In the 19th min a point from play from Kenny followed a point from a free by Alan, Carrigallen looked to be in trouble.
Before the break Carrigallen converted 2 points from frees and one from play. Also Sean McNabola with a point from a free and one from Ray Cox from play left the half time score Annaduff 1-08 to Carrigallen 0-3.
Sean McNabola got the scoreboard going again in the second half with a point inside the 1st min followed with point from a free from Carrigallen, Eoin, Alan and Ray hit over the next three points before Karl Foley made a couple of substitution changes, realistic with 12 min to go the game looked over but in fairness to Carrigallen there lads stuck at it. A blow for them in the 52nd min with a black card for Eoin ward followed by a well taken point from Liam Taylor. Shane Morrison was given a red card followed soon by Liam O Rourke ( Carrigallen) a late point kicked by former County man Gary Reynolds left the full time score: Annaduff 1-13 to Carrigallen 0-08.
Team: Darragh Burke, Stephen Murray, Hugh Moylan, Mattie Cox, Adam O Hagan, Dillon Keane, Dermot Reynolds, Kenny Cox(0-2), Conor Reynolds, Cathal Cox, Alan Glancy(1-2)(1f), Sean McNabola(0-4)(2f),
Eoin Gill(0-2),Ray Cox(0-2), Jack Hughes.
Subs: Colm Cox for Ray, & Shane Morrison for Stephen Murray (42min), Michael Murray for Eoin Gill (48min), Liam Taylor(0-1) for Cathal Cox ( 51min) Mark Beirne for Hugh Moylan (6o min).
Our JAFC round one was away to St Marys Carrick on Sunday last. A disappointing start to their championship but I’m sure Alan Coxs Men will bounce back.
Full time score: Annaduff 0-5 to St Marys 3-8.
Sean Gallagher, Johnny Harte, Chris Farrell, Nigel Cox, Donal McNabola, Shane Morrison, Francis Shanley, Gavin O Brien(0-1), Kenny Cox(04)(2f),Jason Ward, Aaron Duignan, Johnny O Connor(0-1), James Riordan, Liam Taylor, Colm Cox.
Subs: Hugh Boyce for Colm (25min), Stephen Murray for Johnny Harte (32min), Sean Quigley from James (39min).
Our U12s & U14 Girls started their Championship both teams lost out to their opponents Fenagh and Ballinamore (SOH).
Our IFC started on Sunday home to Mohill. A tough game to start as Mohill were in the Intermediate final last year. The score board didn’t show the great effort our Girls did on the pitch, especially in the second half
Full time score: Annaduff 1-06 to Mohill 9-11.
Carmel Donelon, Tara Curran, Aoife Shanley, Niamh mcNulty, Maeve Newton(0-1), Eimear Quigley, Chantelle Mulvihill Farrell, Chloe Dolan(0-1), Sinead reynolds, Hannah Farrell, Viv Egan(0-4)(2f), Aesha Newton(1-0), Erin Newton, Carmel Charles, Riona Cosgrove, Sub: Niamh Reynolds.
Annaduff 50/50 On-Line :
Our Annaduff GAA 50/50 draw took place outside Carrick Motor Factors, on Sunday evening last. The winner of €240 was ticket number #157 bought by Michael Gill Drumsna. Congratulations Michael !!. 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 (2nd of August) at 5pm from outside Francis Cox & Sons Stonemasons Annaduff. You can enter on www.annaduffgaa.ie/fifty.
We will be continuing our clothes collection on Saturday next the 1st of August 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 and well done to Colleen Guckian who has used the Cov-19 lockdown to write her first novel. Indeed anyone who has been following Colleens Facebook posts over the last few months will know that her thought process is incredibly creative. The sky didn’t fall introduces us to two young ladies in 1940s Ireland, gently takes us through the next decade of their lives and their journey across the Irish Sea and back. Our heroines deal with the very different cards that faith deals them and in Colleen’s capable hands, the pair grow, live, love and dance and the sky didn’t fall.Written under her maiden name Colleen McCarthy (as a nod to her parents), the sky didn’t fall is available in the Reading Room Bookshop in Carrick-on-Shannon and on Amazon from Friday, July 31.
Annaduff GAA would like to pass on our congratulations to Niall & Ann-Marie Maxwell Moherevan on the birth of their first child a baby girl named Emily.
The Newtowngore U17s Championship home to St Brigids Monday at 7pm.
U14s Girls home to St Marys Tuesday at 7pm.
U12s Girls away to Mohill Thursday at 7pm.
The Vistamed Junior A Championship home to Ballinamore (SOH) Sunday the 2nd at 1:30pm.