Jackpot - €8,150 No Winner
Numbers Drawn - 4, 5, 11, 29
• Michéal Gleeson, Boher.
• Anne ní dhonnacha & Paula Kelly.
• Paula Connaughton, Ardsallagh.
• Martina Keenan, Cloonkeen, Castlrea.
Thanks to everyone who bought and sold tickets your support is very much appreciated.
Winner of the 25 Card game on Monday 8th of April in The Hyde Centre was John O’Beirne and the runner’s up were David Gibbons and John Devaney. This Monday evening is the last of the card games until Autumn. Thank you to everyone who supported. We look forward to seeing you all again in the Autumn.
Health & Wellbeing News
1. Defibrillator Training Class
Thank you to Kristina Anic, Sharon Bailey, Emma Nally, Chloe Kilmartin, Paul Beisty, Maeve Carthy, Colm Donnelly and Declan Kiernan who attended Defibrillator Training Class last Thursday evening.
Hurleys for sale
We have hurleys for sale in the club if parents or coaches wish to contact me on 0863466465.
22”, 24” cost €10 each.
26”, 28” cost €15 each. 30”, 32” cost €20 each.
33”, 34”, 35” cost €25 each.
The Camogie Championship for the Roscommon Gaels U14 team this year is nearing an end. The girls had a great start to the competition with a decisive win against Tulsk. They were defeated in a gruelling match against Domnics where the team showed great grit and determination. The referee commenting that it was the finest display of camogie at that age group she had seen for some time. The next match against Pearses took place in Lisnamult and unfortunately on the night the girls were defeated by one point, always a hard defeat. The next match was against Oran and the team played a free flowing game demonstrating all their skills. Although this was a great match the girls were defeated. . The team is now through to a C final on April 28th when they meet Tulsk again. Training will continue on Tuesday’s and Saturdays in preparation for this final and we wish the girls the best of luck in this final.
Training continues on Saturday 10.30 – 12 and Tuesday nights 7pm – 8pm in Lisnamult. The U14 camogie league begins on May 7th when this team will play six matches during May and June against all clubs in the County.
County U18 camogie
Congrats to the Roscommon Gaels camogie players who were part of the County Minor camogie campaign for 2019. The panel included Ella Killion, Emily Horan, Kate McPhillips, Jennifer Brennan, Mia Fallon, Riesse Donlon, Nessa Madden and Rachael Tarmey. The County Minor campaign began in February and Roscommon played Meath, Laois, Kildare and Limerick. The girls had a fantastic time and did themselves and Roscommon Gaels Club proud.
Roscommon Gaels U6 Academy
Its here! The long awaited 'Roscommon Gaels Academy'
* U6 girls (born 2013 & 2014) start Tuesday April 9th @ 6:30 pm.
* U6 boys (born 2013 & 2014) start Wednesday April 10th @ 6:30 pm.
Same time, same place each week. Come along and bring your friends, it’s going to be great fun.
New members always welcome. Spread the word.
We’ll kick off the U8 girls Football on Monday 8th April at 6-7pm indoors in the Hyde Centre for the first few weeks. If anyone has not yet registered and would like to attend you can contact Joe on 086 7727552.
Due to rain our first game of the season had to be cancelled. This game will be reschedules. Our next game is against Kilbride in Kilbride on Wednesday 17th of April at 7pm.
Busy Busy week end for our U14 girls. Friday evening we played a challenge match v Kilbride. Sunday morning we had a challenge match v Barry’s. Our league starts the 24th of April. Training continues Wednesdays and Fridays.
Congratulations to the u16 girls on their semi final win last night out in Lisnamult. We knew it was going to be tough Match to a team who we have beaten already in the league on a rainy evening but our Gaels superstars batted in every position on the field and came away with the win.
FT: 1-17 Roscommon Gaels 1-6 Castlerea
Final V Oran on 5th May time and venue tbc.
Junior Ladies Football
Our Junior ladies played their final round of the league Sunday Morning in a wet and cold Kilbride. We were heavily defeated.
FT: 4-16 Kilbride 2-2 Roscommon Gaels.
U14 County Football
Congratulations and well done to our Under 14 County Team, Players and Management and our own club player's Ava Mulry, Shauna Walsh, Zara Fallon & Jenny Morrison winning the Under 14 Connacht B Final on Saturday in Ballyhaunis.
U14 Div 1 Football
On wednesday last we travelled to Loughlynn to play the amalgamated team of Eire Og/Michael glaveys in round 4 of the League. We came up against a very strong & skillfull team. But our lads although some of them smaller than their oppoistion played some great football in the 1st half.
Half time 2-7 to 0-7. Playing into a hill in the 2nd half Eire Og/Glaveys powered on with some quick fire goals - 2 penalties - which were dubious enough losing out by 7-13 to 1-7.
No shame in the scoreline. Our lads played expectional football at times but just couldn't cope with the power & size of the opposition.
Next we Play St Brigids on 2nd May(home) then boyle on Monday 6th May away.
Below are lads that took part in an U 14 Development squad training on saturday morning in kilbride
Senior Football Division 1 O’Rourke Cup
This Sunday we played our 3rd game of the season v Boyle in The O’Rourke Cup. Final Score Boyle 3-10 Roscommon Gael’s 1-14.
The GAA are hiring.
Third Level Students required for Cul Camp Employment:
Roscommon Coaching and Games Development are seeking applications from third level students who wish to gain employment on our football & Hurling Cul Camps this summer and must apply with CV and cover letter to email@example.com
we are asking clubs to pass this information onto their third level students.
All applicants must be third level.
Coaching background if possible.
Must have GAA Garda Vetting.
Free CPR Community training day in Roscommon Library on Friday May 3rd. Registration onwww.HandsforLife.ie
Some emergency services say they can’t use them, others in rural areas complain that they’re not useful enough, but some find them to be handy. Roscommon Gaels Eircode is F42 YA40 its important everyone keep this. You never know when you may need to use it. Please god you never do.