Coolera/Strandhill GAA Club Notes



Lotto

The lotto numbers drawn on Monday Monday Aug 21st were 6, 7, 9, and 28. There was no winner of the €3100 jackpot. Lotto tickets are available from Keane’s Supermarket, Bree’s Bar, Margaret’s Café and also from Joe Gildea. The draw takes place every Monday in the clubhouse. The new jackpot is €3200.

 

Under 12 Shield Final

Our under 12 boys play Tubbercurry/Cloonacool in the re-scheduled shield final this evening (Tuesday) in Markievicz Pk at 6.00. All support welcome.

 

Under 14 Girls

The under 14 girls played out a pulsating draw with St. Nathy’s in Bunannaddan last Monday. Trailing by four points with just two minutes remaining, the girls managed to level the tie with a late goal from Cliodhna O’ Sullivan and a point from Amy Hampson with the last kick of the game. It was a game that could have gone either way, with our girls building up a nice lead in the first half thanks to three points from Cliodhna O’ Sullivan, two from Shona Dalton and one from Amy Deering, only to concede two quick goals just before the break to leave the score tied at 0-06 to 2-00. The second half followed a similar pattern to the first, the Coolera-Strandhill girls adding points, only to have their lead wiped out through the concession of goals, despite some heroics from goalkeeper Nessa O’ Sullivan. As the game approached the final ten minutes the home side went ahead for the first time, but Shona Dalton drilled the ball to the net to level the match again. A penalty and a point from St. Nathy’s put four points between the teams. It is testament to the determination of the Coolera girls that they managed to snatch a draw with their late scores to leave the final score 2-10 to 5-01. Cliodhna O’ Sullivan, Cliodhna Davitt and Shona Dalton were excellent throughout, as were Aoife Gormley, Nessa O’ Sullivan and Amy Hampson. Next up is an away match against Geevagh on Sept. 4th. Team; Nessa O’ Sullivan, Grace Molloy, Ciara Lindsay, Cliodhna Davitt, Amy Hampson (0-01), Holly Gilligan, Cliodhna O’ Sullivan (1-04), Shona Dalton (1-03), Luna Simeoni, Amy Deering (0-02), Anna Callaghan, Aoife Gormley, Enya Hughes, Clodagh Martyn, Emma O’ Loughlin.

 

Junior Championship

Our juniors went down to Drumcliffe/Rosses Point in the second round of the Junior B Championship on Sunday. After a first round victory, our boys went down 3-15 to 1-08.

 

TUS Scheme 

Coolera – Strandhill GAA Club, Ransboro, wish to appoint a person for general maintenance duties under the TUS Scheme.  For information regarding eligibility requirements, please contact Gerard Mullaney, Tus Programme Supervisor, Sligo Leader at [email protected] or alternatively, by mobile at 086/8221995.

Dressing Rooms and Lost Property

The Grounds Committee would like to advise all managers that it is their responsibility to ensure that the dressing rooms (including the away dressing room) and storage shed are left clean and tidy after matches and training sessions.

Lost property has been building up again recently. Any property left on the premises will be retained for a maximum of 28 days. Please contact Tom Brenan at 086/0231196 for enquires regarding lost property.

All-Ireland Semi-Final

Best wishes to Laura-Ann Laffey, Ruth Goodwin and Jacqui Mulligan who line out with Sligo ladies in the All-Ireland semi-final on Saturday against Tyrone. The match is in Kingspan Breffni Park at 3.00. All support would be most welcome.

 



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