The Late Jackie Judge
The death occurred peacefully on Friday 3rd November at Mayo University Castlebar of Jackie Judge St Marys Park Crossmolina. His remains reposed at his residence on Sunday with removal on Monday to St Tiernans Church for requiem mass with burial afterwards in Crossmolina cemetery. Jackie was predeceased by his brothers Padraig, Frank and Ambrose, father – in – law John, is survived by his wife Kathleen, sons Padraic and Blaise, daughter Marie, grand daughter Leona, daughter-in-law Nuala, step-grandchildren Kelly and Megan, sisters Maureen Birrane Killala and Carmel McAndrew Killala , brother Anthony Lincolnshire England, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours. May he rest in peace
Crossmolina Festival will hold its AGM on this Wednesday 15th November at 8pm in the Enterprise Centre. All are welcome to attend.
There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 4th November. The numbers were 6 – 18 – 19 – 23 two punters matched three Numbers Geraldine Maloney The Boreen Crossmolina Sean McGoff Lecarrow Crossmolina each win €75. The draw took place in Cawleys of Rakestreet. This week’s jackpot is €5,100. Many thanks for all your support
Day Care Entertainment
Rocks'n'Roses Cancer survivors choir will be performing at Crossmolina Day Care centre on Wednesday 15th November at 2.30pm. Come along and have a sing a long and a waltz or two for an enjoyable afternoon. There will be light refreshments served. Cover charge is €5.
McHale/ Rovers Win League
McHale/Rovers completed a great year for the club with Division 2 League title and Championship in the space of a few weeks. With five minuets on the clock this victory was slipping away from the North Mayo girls who were trailing Davitts by two points and had a number of chances which were missed but showed great character to keep plugging away despite those missed chances as the game entered injury time Sinead Walsh drove into the Davitts square and shot for goal which was blocked in the goal mouth scramble Ciara Walsh booted the ball to the net to put her side in front by a point and from the kick out Referee Shane Corcoran Blew the full time whistle much to the elation of McHale/Rovers players and supporters. This was only part of the story of this very exciting and end to end contest Davitts went three point up after fifteen minuets through Katie Melvin Abbiegayle Ronayne and Aoife Meehan Lisa Lavelle pointed in 17 minuet and Niamh Maughan quickly added another Dara Moore Grabbed a goal in the 27th minuet and on the stroke of half time Aoife Meehan converted a penalty to give her side a two points advantage at the break. Just minuets into the new half Dara Moore scored her second goal and Emily Murray added a point. Davitts Abbiegayle Ronayne replied with two points to tie the score then Aoife Meehan scored her second goal and Keely Kearns pointed Lisa Lavelle tacked on a goal and a point to level the score again back came Davitts with a goal from Keely Kearns and a point from Abbiegayle Ronayne in the eighteenth minuet which was their last score Lisa Lavelle and Niamh Maughan reduced the lead with points each. McHale/Rovers went all out attack as already stated were guilty of some terrible misses before that late winning goal to leave the final score McHale/Rovers 4 – 6 Davitts 3 – 9 LGFA official Philly Durkin presented Niamh Maughan with the Lady of the Match award and also the trophy as captain of the side
McHale /Rovers team and scorers Ethel Leonard, Amy Murphy Annie Gough Chloe Blake Clodagh Barrett Aoife Deane Caoimhe Walsh Eilish Keane Grace Murray Dara Moore 2 – 0 Lisa Lavelle 1 – 3 Emily Murray 0 – 1 Sinead Walsh Niamh McAndrew Niamh Maughan 0 – 2. Subs Caoimhe Loftus for Niamh McAndrew Ciara Walsh 1 – 0 for Lisa Lavelle
The North Mayo launch of Bernard O’Hara’s new book, Exploring Mayo, will take place in Ballina Library on Wednesday 22 November at 8pm. The launch will be performed by James Laffey, author and editor of the Western People. The book provides a wonderful appreciation of County Mayo’s rich archaeological, historical, religious and architectural heritage and a guide to the attractions of its various regions. We understand that North Mayo is one of the tours described in the book.
Kilmurray Card Results.
The following are the results of the Weekly Kilmurray 25 card drive on Thursday night 2nd November. Best of 20 games. 1st Leo Ryan and Tom O’Malley 2nd a tie Vinnie O’Boyle and Eugene Granaghan, Vincent Crowley and Tom O’Boyle. Raffle 1st Kevin Murphy 2nd Eugene Granaghan 3rd Breege McNamara. Hampers 1st Breege and P.J.McNamara 2nd Vincent Crowley and Anthony Granaghan