There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 10th February. The numbers were 4 – 12 – 24 – 28 four punters matched three numbers Jimmy Martin Ballina Rd Crossmolina, Martin Loftus Rathmore Crossmolina Barry Murphy Derryhillagh Castlehill Ballina, Mary Lynn Keenagh Ballina. Draw took place in Maughans Bar. This week’s jackpot is €7,200. Many thanks for your continued support
Mayo Badminton Championships
Congratulations to all our players for doing so well on their first
visit to the Mayo Underage Championships. First newcomer Kayleigh Coggins was runner up in Girls U11 "A" singles Nicole Moyles was winner "B" singles and Roisin Clancy was runner up" C" singles. In the boys singles Patrick Leonard was runner up "C" and in the girls doubles event Kayleigh and Nicole were runners up. In the U15 group Diarmuid Coggins was winner "B" singles and Eoin O'Boyle was run-up.
Died in Scotland
The death has taken place in Scotland of Theresa Molloy (Tess) nee Moran, Carrowkeel. Tess was predeceased by her husband Don her brothers Paddy and Austin sisters Madeline and Rita. Tess is survived by her sister Josie Leonard, St Mary’s Park, her Nieces Nephews and Friends and is laid to rest in Blackburn in Scotland
Votes of Sympathy
At the Executive meeting of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers G A A Club on Tuesday 13th February 2018 Votes of sympathy were expressed to the families of the following who died recently Patrick Lyons Daly Church View Crossmolina, Ann Greehy New York Sister of Michael Griffin The Boreen Crossmolina, Frank Gillispie England formerly of Rathmoyle Crossmolina, Theresa (Tess) Molloy nee Moran who died in Scotland formerly of Carrowkeel Crossmolina, Mary Doocey nee Deane Pullathomas Ballina mother of Sheila Garrett Deerpark Crossmolina, Paul Flynn Dublin brother – in – law of Michael Rothwell Dooleeg, Catherine Armstrong Belfast sister of Fr Gabriel Rosbotham CC Crossmolina, Anthony Cullen Rathmanagh Crossmolina, Paddy Traynor Knockfree, J.J. Cosgrove Bangor Erris brother – in – law of Maureen Loftus Cloonawillian, Vincent Moran Ballaghderreen Father of Andy. May they rest in peace
Jarlath Has Moved
Jarlath Tolan Mobile Butcher has moved from Ballina rd to Bridge St Crossmolina on Thursday evenings from 3pm to 5 – 30pm
John is Honoured by the President
Congratulation to John Harkin the Donegal native who has been living in Mayo for the last 40 years who was honoured by the Uachtaran Chumann Luthchleas Gael Aogan O Fearghail at the Annual gala awards ceremony in Croke Park on Friday week for his contribution in organising Comortas Peile na Gealtachta and his life time contribution to the GAA. John who taught in Gortnor Abbey Convent until his retirement was a very active member of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers club was Oifigeach Na Gaeilge officer and PRO from 1980 to 1990 editing the Clubs Year book during that time one of the first in the County. A member of the mayo refereeing panel for many years covering county finals at all levels and North Divisional finals. Wishing John all the best in the Future from his many friends in Crossmolina.
Two Out Of Three Aint
Lough Conn Lakers had a mixed day out in Gortnor Abbey Gym recently as the U-11 team were narrowly defeated by Ballintubber Bulls while the U-12 and U-14 teams worked out two good victories in their respective leagues.
The U-11s started badly, going down 4-0 in their first quarter. They levelled during the second period but faded out of play again leaving them 9-4 down at half time.
They were still five points adrift at the end of the third quarter but fought back well in the last period, just falling short at 19-17 at the final whistle.
All-in-all it was a good game and a great learning experience for the boys, with some great team-play at times.
Crossmolina: Jack O'Reilly, Gary Naughton, Tom Gough, Luke Williams, Dara Floyd, Nigel Woods, Ronan Sweeney, James Loftus, Darragh Duffy and Aaron Keane.
The Bulls U-12s got off to a flying start and had three points on the board before the Lakers got a start with a basket from Dillon Flynn. James O'Boyle followed with a basket and then two single points from the free-throw line. The Bulls added a basket before Dillon Flynn put in the Crossmolina boys last basket of the quarter, followed by two single points from Ballintubber, leaving the score 8-7.
In the second quarter, Patrick O'Malley scored the Lakers only basket while the Bulls restored parity with three points for the quarter, 10-10 at half-time.
Scores from Aaron Coggins and James O'Boyle were more than cancelled out in the third quarter as Ballintubber took a three-point lead into the final period.
The Lakers put on the pressure and pulled ahead with scores from Oisin Deane and Patrick O'Malley (two baskets each) to the Bulls single basket in the final quarter, giving the Crossmolina boys a three-point win.
Crossmolina: Gary Naughton, Ronan Walsh, Aaron Coggins (2), Oisin Deane (4), Kobe McDonald, Ronan Sweeney, Esmond Maughan, Patrick O'Malley (6), Josh Moyles, Dylan Flynn (4), James O'Boyle (6).
The Lakers U-14s got of to a roaring start outscoring the Bulls 8-2 in the first quarter with baskets from Diarmuid Coggins (2), Marcus Maughan and Eoin Fergus (playing in his first game).
The second quarter was a different ball game altogether as the Bulls pushed back with a dozen points to the Lakers seven, leaving a single point between the sides at the half. Crossmolina's scorers were Darragh Syron and Jack O'Shea (3 baskets).
It looked set for a tight second half but the Lakers took complete control scoring a massive 16 points and locking out the Bulls. Jack Loftus opened the scoring followed by two baskets from Eoin O'Boyle before Diarmuid Coggins put in the remaining five baskets of the quarter.
Diarmuid Coggins scored the Lakers two baskets of the final quarter as the Bulls managed a single two-pointer in the final period giving the Lakers a 19 points margin at the final whistle.
This was another great display from the Lakers which gives them four wins from four games. They will be in action again soon with a Cup quarter-final in the offing against Cispeil Iorrais. Good luck lads.
Free ‘Getting Citizens Online’ course
Irish Rural Link are running a free computer course called ‘Getting Citizens Online’ in the Crossmolina area. It is designed for beginners to help you feel comfortable using a computer. It is an introduction to the Internet, shopping on line, email, basic Word processing, how to book a flight, Skype and other useful government online services. The course runs for 2 hours a week over five weeks in the Crossmolina Enterprise centre. To book a place please contact 0860897789.
Free IT Skills course for Farmers
If you or anyone you know involved in farming are anxious to get more familiar with conducting business online in advance of the new regulations by the Department of Agriculture then Irish Rural Link has just the course for you. Covering topics such as: Farmer registration; Calf and Herd registration; the Agfood website; Computer literacy; Internet search; Setting up email; and other useful online government services. This course is free of charge and will run for two hours a week over five weeks in the Crossmolina Enterprise centre. To book a Place on this course please Contact 0860897789.
St Tiernan's Cemetery
There will be a meeting for St Tiernan's Cemetery on Wednesday 21st February 2018 at 8pm in the Enterprise Centre. Please come along as there are some important items for discussion and decision. Thank You
Kilmurray Card Results.
The following are the results of the Weekly Kilmurray 25 card drive on Thursday night 15th February in the Community Centre. Best of 20 games.1st a tie Eugene Granaghan and Vinnie O’Boyle, Martina and Anthony Granaghan 2nd Pakie Heffernan and Kevin O’Boyle 3rd a tie Tom O’Malley and Leo Ryan, Patrick Gilroy and Richard Devers. Raffle 1st Anthony Granaghan 2nd Paddy. Joe. McNamara 3rd Frank McDonnell