Health & Wellbeing Information Night - Tonight!Clann na nGael are holding a Health & Wellbeing information night in the Clubhouse in Johnstown in conjunction with the GAA Healthy Club Initiative.
The FREE event will take place TONIGHT (Wednesday 14th) from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. We will have some special guest speakers, including;
Mary McGrath - HSE Regional Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention
Justin Campbell - Addictions Counsellor / Health & Wellbeing Officer
John O’Connor - An Garda Siochana Representitive - Social Media Safety and Cyber Crime
Emmet Major - Western Region Drugs & Alcohol Task Force
Light refreshments will be served and the event is completely free to attend and all are welcome to Johnstown. Please support!
If you require more information, please contact Clann's Health & Wellbeing Officer, Sharon McManus-Cooley, on 087-2317635.
U 14 Boys LeagueA busy morning for the grounds at Padraig Pearses, which had 2 U14 boys matches, an Intermediate Ladies match, and other training all take place in Woodmount last Sunday. Clann’s first game of the morning (and indeed the League) saw their Div 1 lads take on the home side, followed immediately by their Div 4 teammates. Here’s how it went down…
Div.1 Pearses 0-7, Clann 4-13
A slow game to get going scorewise, it was 7 mins before the ball went over the crossbar, to open up Clann’s tally. They would go 1-2 up before Pearses would respond with 3 points of their own. Another Clann goal, and a series of points exchanged between the sides, had Clann in front at half time 2-4 to 0-5.
The breeze was a strong factor in the second half, helping Clann extend their lead. 2 more goals, and a point scoring spree helped Clann finish strongly 4-13 to 0-7.
Clann Panel – D Quinn, J Shine, E Connaughton (Capt), C McManus, O Hynes, E Henry, D O’Brien (2-2), C Kelly, M Daly, J Gavin (1-1), O O’Flaherty (0-5), T O’Neill (1-1), P O’Leochain (0-3), D Campion, S Gavin (0-1), R Colgan, E Galvin, D Brady, C Westman, K Moroney
Div 4 Pearses 2-3, Clann 0-9
A much more balanced affair, but also taking a while for scores to materialise. Clann did claim the first point, but Pearses not only matched that but then rattled the net twice in 3 minutes to pull ahead, such that by half time, the hosts were ahead by 2-2 to 0-4.
The breeze would feature in this game again (as it did for the Div 1 game beforehand) and helped Clann claw back the gap, with a series of well taken points – the visitors really playing well at this point, and their passes finding their men well. A penalty provided an excellent opportunity to claim the lead, but the Pearses keeper was having none of it, putting in an excellent performance between the sticks today. His and his team’s efforts would see Clann’s progress stop at a draw at the end of this exciting game. Pearses 2-3 Clann 0-9
Clann Panel – L Ward (Capt), K Fallon, E Quinn, M Fallon, D Brady, C Roache, E Galvin, R Colgan (0-1), J Macken (0-2), C Westman, M Lennon, R Moran (0-6), K Moroney, C Moran
Clonown NS EnrollementEnrolement evening will take place in Clonown NS this Wednesday from 6pm - 7.30pm. If you would like your child to learn in a friendly, safe & encouraging environment then please attend.
Clann HolidayGetting sick of the snow? The destination for this years club holiday is Lanzarote and is leaving on 20th October and returning on 27th. Places are going fast so if you want to go book your place contact Breda Dolan (0868971409) or Mary Rock (0877838966)
Employment for Third level Kelloggs Cul Camp coachesRoscommon Coaching and Games Development are seeking applications from third level students/coaches to work on the Kellogg’s Cull camps for 2018. All students must have GAA Garda Vetting and are requested to forward application letter and CV to Roscommon GAA Games Manager at email@example.com
The draw took place in the Mill on Sunday 11th March with a jackpot of €5,200.
The numbers drawn were 2, 17, 22, 24.
The lotto jackpot was won by Peggy Greene, congrats Peggy!
The winning ticket was sold by Kitty Naughton.
Match 3 wins €40: Winners (Sellers)
Claire Dunne (Liam Dunne)
Anthony Byrne (James Curley)
Lara Flynn (Brendan McLoughlin)
Catherine McCormack (James Curley)
Kieran Gavin (Kieran Gavin)
Next week's jackpot will start again at €2,000 and the draw will be in Connaughtons.
Thanks to everyone who supports Clann’s Lotto every week.
Online LottoVisit ClannGAA.ie/Lotto to enter the lotto online and help support the club. Entry closes every Sunday at 6pm, entries after 6pm will be carried over to the following week.
Club ShopThe Clann Shop is now online with a wide range of O'Neills gear to purchase. The shop can be accessed via the ClannGAA.ie menu or directly by visiting tiny.cc/ClannShop
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