News - Fri 2nd September 2022

Lotto Results

There was no winner of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot Saturday night the 27 August. The numbers drawn were 25 – 26 – 32 - 34. One ticket matched three numbers Declan and Laura Mulligan    €150. The draw took place in the Dolphin Hotel. This week's Jackpot is €6,750. The Committee would like to thank everybody for their continued support


Kilmurry Social 

On this Sunday evening 11th September Mick Travis will provide the Music from 7 to 9. Refreshments served. Admission €7 come along and support and meet your friends 


Crossmolina 1 – 17 Erris St Pats 1 – 12

Crossmolina dominated the opening 30 minutes of this County U17 County Championship tie at St Tiernans Park on Thursday evening last a string of points from James Maheady Jack Naughton and goal and a point from Adam Mills. The Erris boys grabbed a goal and point from Josh Carey in the last few minutes of the half to trail by 1 – 8 to 1 – 1 at the break. Two quick points from Charlie Ginnelly and James Armstrong were wiped out by like scores from Adam Mills James Maheady Jack Naughton and Nathan Lynch. Erris St Pats kept plugging away with four points from Josh Carey three from Ben Donoghue and one from Daniel McDonagh to leave just a point separating the sides entering the last ten minutes Crossmolina found their shooting boots and James Maheady drove over three  points and Jack Naughton and Adam Mills one each to secure a hard fought win in a game that the Deel-Siders for long spells Crossmolina team and scorers Patrick O’Malley Nathan Lynch 0 - 1 Diarmaid Fox Ronan Connor  Aaron Coggins Matthew Gordetskyy Mairtin Maloney Billy Loftus James Maheady 0 - 7  Aaron Garrett Jack Naughton 0 – 6  Kyle Gallagher  James O’Boyle Marcus Maughan Adam Mills 1 – 3.   Subs Shane Lynn Joey Keane Sean Heffernan Jack Sharkey 


Crossmolina 5 – 10 Carras 2 – 7 

Crossmolina overcame a stiff test from Visitors Carras in this County U15 Championship Tiernans Park on Tuesday last two first half goals from Kobe McDonald and one from Joey Keane gave the host the plat form to dominate the first half. Carras Jack Nevin grabbed an opportunist goal and rowed in with a couple points as did Alex Jennings Adam Gallagher to leave the half time score 3 – 7 to 1 – 6 Further points from Dylan Flynn Ethan Reilly and Luke Williams kept the score board ticking over for the hosts after the break before two goals from Kobe McDonald put the gloss on the score board Cathal Tierney raised a green flag for the  Carras boys and Jack Nevin tacked on a point after a very entertaining with great scores from both sides   

Crossmolina Team and scorers Gorgie Gordetskyy Gary Naughton Sean Og McGuinness Dylan McHale Joseph Loftus Sean Heffernan Patrick Mulligan Josh Moyles 0 – 2   Oisin Deane 0 –  2 Luke Williams 0 – 1 Ethan Reilly 0 – 1 Dylan Flynn 0 - 1 Joey Keane 1 – 1 Kobe McDonald 4 - 2 Simon McHale Subs Tom Gough Christian Sweeney Dara Floyd   Aaron Keane Paul Granaghan 


McHale/Rovers 5 – 10 Kilmoremoy 2 – 9

McHale/Rovers got their County Intermediate Championship Campaign off to a winning start against Kilmoremoy in Bofeenaun on Sunday morning. Three goals from Sinead Walsh and two from Niamh Lynn in the opening fifteen minutes set up the Hosts for a comfortable start. Milly Sheridan Ciara Walsh Siofra Langan Emma Horan and Cathy Timlin raised white flags for Kilmoremoy who trailed at the break 3 – 5 to 0 – 7 two more goals from Sinead Walsh and Emily Murray kept the visitors at bay until Cathy Timlin and Orla Boyce grabbed two late goals 

McHale Rovers Team Joanne Naughton Bronwyn McAndrew Danielle Kelly Sinead Kearns Ruth Queenan   Laoise Coyne Amy Murphy Eilish Deane Grace Murray 0 – 1Emily Murray Shauna Maughan Niamh Lynn 2 – 2 Sinead Walsh 2 – 5 Annie Gough 0 – 1 Subs Emma Prichett Ciara Gordan Madeline Keane