The St. Patrick's lotto draw took place at the complex at Lordship on Thursday night last, 29th August.
The jackpot on offer was €5,600 but no one matched all the numbers to claim that prize. The numbers were 5, 10, 16 and 29. There were four 'match three' winners; Mary Campbell, Annaloughan, c/o Mary; Rosemary Malone, Castletowncooley, c/o Eamonn McCann; Dunne Family, Rockmarshall, c/o Rose McEneaney; Rebecca Wilson, Gyles Quay, c/o Sheelan's shop.
This week's draw is on Thursday September 5 for a jackpot of €5,800.
St Pat's Ladies into final
Well done to St. Patrick's ladies team who earned a place in the intermediate final for the 2nd year running with a convincing 3-13 v 0-10 win over N.Mairtin/G.Emmets.
Both sides traded early points before Nicola Connor worked hard to find the back of the net giving the Pats a 3 point lead after 5 minutes. Kate Flood followed up with 2 points from frees to extend the gap to 5. The combination side reduced the gap to 4 with a free on the 15th minute and a further point a minute later left just the goal between the sides.
The Pats midfield due of Grace Treanor and Aine Breen did brilliantly throughout and it was Grace who got the next score, after a shot from distance dropped in under the posts to give the Pats a strong 6 point lead. Nicola Connor added a further point for the Pats before the combination side responded with a point from a free to leave 6 between the sides with 8 minutes left to play in the half.
The Pats half back line had a strong game in breaking up the attacks of the combination side and linked up well to provide scoring opportunities. Aine Breen got her first score of the match with 5 minutes left to play in the half. Both sides added further points in injury time with Kate Flood getting the last score of the half for the Pats to give them a convincing 7 point lead at the break.
Kate Flood opened the scoring for the Pats in the 2nd half before the combination side responded with 2 points inside a minute. Kate Flood had a strong game throughout and added a further point from play a minute later. N.Mairtin/Glen Emmets added a further point however from the next play, Nicola Connor did brilliantly under pressure to secure possession and was awarded a penalty when she was brought down inside the box, Kate Flood converted the penalty to give the Pats a convincing 10 point lead with 20 minutes left to play. Aine Breen and Kate Flood added further points for the Pats, however the combination side responded with 2 points of their own.
The Pats however were strong throughout and never looked like losing their lead with Denise Finnegan and Deirbhile O'Doherty both having great games breaking up the combination sides attacks. Nicola Connor, Aine Breen and Kate Flood extended the Pats lead to 12 points with 10 minutes left to play.
The Pats could have extended their lead further in the final 10 minutes however wasted a lot of chances and in defence Shannagh Toner McAuley did brilliantly to deny the combination side goals in the final few minutes as they tried to reduce the deficit.
The Pats are now through to the final of the Intermediate championship for the 2nd year running and will hope to do secure the win after disappointment in last years final.
St Patrick's team and scorers; Shannagh Toner McCauley, Melissa O'Hanlon, Caoimhe Breen, Ellen Barry, Denise Finnegan, Anna Whyte, Deirbhile O'Doherty, Áine Breen 0-3, Grace Treanor 1-0, Jacqui McArdle, Kate Flood 1-8, Meg Woods, Evelyn Donnelly, Nicola Connor 1-2, Kate Cumiskey. Subs; Chloe Barry, Katie Conlon, Naoimh Butterly.
St Pat's trip to Croke Park
St. Patricks Og Sports in association with O'Connor Roofing are arranging a day trip to Croke Park to watch the ladies finals on Sunday September 15. Louth are playing in the junior final against Fermanagh.
The cost will be €10 per person which includes bus and match ticket and maybe a treat! This is open to all members of St Patrick's GFC and their families. So if you could give numbers and payment to any coach or Colm Holmes by Thursday evening as tickets will be purchased on Friday.
North Louth Hospice fundraiser
A fundraising night has been organised to raise funds for the North Louth hospice.
It takes place in the Cooley Kickhams Complex on Sunday October 27. There will be a kids Fancy Dress Party earlier on the day and an adults fancy dress party with live music on the Sunday night.
Further details at a later date.
Under-10 Blitz at Darver
Cooley Kickhams under 10 boys were at Darver on Wednesday evening last, August 28, taking part in the All County Blitz. The lads played three great games against Dundalk Gaels, the Clans and Naomh Fionnbarrs. They showed great skills and determination throughout the evening. Well done lads!
The Cuchulainn Gaels lotto draw took place on Wednesday night last, August 28. The numbers drawn were 14, 20, 28 and 30 but no one matched those numbers to claim the jackpot. There were no 'match three' winners and the 5 x €20 lucky dip winners were: Anita Elmore, Paul Greene, Emily Rebindaine, Laurie Ellis & Aine + Marion. This week's draw is in the Granvue House for a new jackpot of €19,800. It commences at 7pm and tickets are on sale in the following shops/businesses: Cafe Rosa, Cornamucklagh House, Granvue, Howe's, Mace Omeath, Omeath Post Office and Omeath Fuels (TOP). €2 per line or €5 for 3 lines. You can also play online.
Thank you for your continued support from Cuchulainn Gaels Lotto Committee.
Cooley girls for Croke Park
Cooley Kickhams under 10 girls are one of the six teams chosen from the competition to play at half time on All Ireland Ladies Final day on the 15th of September at Croke Park. The other teams selected to play are Mullahoran (Cavan), Castletown (Wexford), Buncrana (Donegal), Dunnamaggin (Kilkenny) and Sean McDermotts (Monaghan).
Get out and support our u10s and also our three Cooley girls on the Louth senior panel, Niamh Rice, Lauren Boyle, Sarah Quinn and also the St. Patrick's players, Kate Flood, Aine Breen, Grace Treanor, Caoimhe Breen, Aisling O'Doherty.
The action gets underway at 11.45am, when Fermanagh play Louth in the Junior decider, followed by the Intermediate Final clash between Meath and Tipperary at 1.45pm. At 4pm, holders Dublin will aim for a third successive TG4 All-Ireland senior title, when they take on Connacht champions, Galway.
Cooley ladies reach Final
Cooley Kickhams beat Roche/Na Piarsaigh by 3-7 to 1-8 to reach the final of the Louth Ladies senior championship. At half time it was 1-04 to 0-3 in favour of the Cooley side.
The Cooley Kickhams and scorers; Coirin Rice, Deborah Malone, Lisa McCarragher, Shauna Murphy, Laura Traynor, Claire Donnelly, Aoife Traynor, Laura Traynor, Laura Grills, Katelyn Quinn, Lauren Boyle 0-4, Ciara Quinn, Niamh Rice 0-3, Renee McGlynn, Eibhlin Rice 3-0, Megan Ferguson. Subs; Sinead Rice, Leanne Touhy, Aoife McDaid,Rita O'Brien, Ella Murphy, Kate Arnold, Aine McDonald, Orlagh McGuigan, Kirsten Murray, Aideen Rice, Zoula Juraiyte, Leah Magee, Kelly Carolan Laoise McElroy, Alice Ferguson.
Kickhams lotto at €8,800
The Cooley Kickhams Lotto draw took place on Monday night last, August 26.
There was a jackpot of €8,600 on offer but the numbers were not matched and the jackpot was not won. The numbers drawn were 9, 23, 26 and 31. There were four 'match three' winners who each receive €25. They were; Joan Rogan, Banbridge, c/o online; Dermot O'Grady c/o Brian Rafferty; Jamie Farrell; Robert Murphy c/o Jamie Farrell.
The jackpot for this week's draw is €8,800.
League win for Under 12 girls
Cooley Kickhams u12 girls beat Ardee St. Mary's by 4-9 to 0-6 in the under 12 league. At Half time they led by 2-3 to 0-1.
Cooley Kickhams panel and scorers; Sadbh Richardson, Niamh Arnold, Chloe Boyle, Aoife Hoey, Katie McDonald, Tara White, Annie Dunne, Ellen Callan, Jessica White, Sarah Duffy, Aislinn White 0-1, Siabh Morgan 0-4, Myah Ward 3-1, Ciara Boyle 1-2, Emma McCarragher 0-1, Fiona Wynne, Aine Gallagher, Ellen Gormley, Kate Hanlon, Aine O'Reilly, Eman Karief, Abigail Sheridan, Zoe McGrath.
Victory for Under-16s
Cooley Kickhams/ Cuchulainn Gaels u16s beat Gaels/Clans on a scoreline of 3-11 to 2-4 in the 2nd round of the under 16 championship. At half time it was 2-7 to 1-4 in favour of the peninsula men.
Conditions were wet for the match and both sides found it difficult to stay on their feet. The match ended in a downpour but the lads were well on top at the finish.
The lineout was; Thomas Fearon, Colm Keenan, Paul Brennan, Sean McCarragher 0-1, Cian Murphy, Cathal Malone 1-0, Daire McDaid 1-0, Eddie Kirwan, Cormac Malone, Conall Donnelly, Enda O'Neill 0-1, Aaron Sheelan 0-1, Cian Connor 0-1, Callum O'Hanlon 1-3, Thomas McCarragher 0-2. Subs; John Digney, Gerard Hanlon 0-2, Christopher McQuaid, Ronan McMullin, Sean Quinn, Stephen McMullin, Sean Brennan, Darragh Brady, Shane Rogan, Shane McCormack, Caolan Haugh.
Willville Family Open day
O'Neill's Flowers of Willville have organised their annual Family Open day and Craft Fair for this coming Saturday September 7.
The event opens at 9.30am until 4.30pm and everyone is welcome. There will be further details nearer the date.
Development Programme in Dolmen
Take Real Control Of Your Life is a 4 week personal development programme starting in the Dolmen
Centre, Omeath, on Tuesday September 17 at 7.30pm.
Numbers are limited so booking is essential via facebook messenger Jackie Cromie or call 00447469896808.
Omeath Active Retirement
Omeath and District Active Retirement group will have their first meeting back after the summer break on this coming, Wednesday, September 4.
It gets underway at 3pm in the Dolmen Centre, Omeath. New members are always welcome.
Parish Lotto Results
The Carlingford/Omeath parish lotto draw took place on Tuesday night last, August 27.
The numbers drawn were 3, 7, 13 and 28 but there was no jackpot winner. There was one 'match three' winner, M. and M. Daly, who claimed the €150 prize.
The jackpot for this week's draw is €15,000. The new reserve jackpot is €7,950.
Just heading into the Autumn season in the Dolmen Centre in Omeath. The following is a list of activities and classes that are starting up in the next few weeks.
Cubs and Beavers, Irish Dancing, Gymnastics, P.W. Fitness, Omeath and District Active Retirement Group, Women's Group, Bumps and Babies and also a Personal Development Course plus after-school activities.
For further information please contact us on Facebook or by ringing us here in the Dolmen Centre on 0429375422
Bush class of 1979 reunion
It is forty years since the Leaving Certificate was first taken at Bush Post Primary in June 1979 when Vincent Kieran was Principal. To mark this momentous occasion there will be a reunion for past students and teachers who started in Bush in September 1974 and who completed part of or the whole journey to June 1979.
The reunion will be in the Sailing Club in Carlingford on this coming Friday, September 6, at 8.30pm. The cost of meal is €20 with deposit of €10 to be paid to book your place.
For further information please contact Alice at 0868169532, Helen at 0876681660 or Rose at 0872325615.
Youth Club Training
There will be two training evenings in Child Protection and Welfare for all volunteers and parents on this Friday September 6 and Friday September 13 from 8pm until 10pm.
Registration of youths by the parents will take place on both nights. For further information please contact 087-9512101.
Calling all Bridge Players
The Carlingford Bridge Club meets every Wednesday in the Four Seasons Hotel, Carlingford, at 7.00pm, starting Wednesday September 11. New members at all levels welcome and for further information please contact Ann McNee at 042 937 3069.
Omeath Historical Society resume their monthly meetings on Tuesday September 10 at 10 Village
Green, Omeath, commencing at 7.30pm. New members are always welcome.
Irish Dancing Classes resume in St. Mary's Hall, Cooley, on this Thursday September 5 and Friday September 6. For further information please contact Fiona at 087 6812939.
Grandparents Pilgrimage to Knock
The Annual National Grandparents Association Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine is on this coming,Sunday, September 8 commencing at 2.30pm.
Everybody is welcome to come along and honour and thank Grandparents alive and dead for all they have done for us down through the ages. The chief celebrant is Bishop Kevin Doran, Bishop of Elphin, and the music will be provided by the combined choirs of Knock Parish led by Dana.