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St Michaels Club Notes 21/11/2014

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Fri 21st Nov

St. Michael’s Notes

All County League

Strictly Come Jive

St. Michael’s GAA Club presents Strictly Come Jive in the Lagoon Termon on this Saturday the 22nd November. Tickets are available from Patricia Kelly or Nicola Ferry. Doors open at 7pm with the show beginning at 7.30pm, everyone is welcome to come along for a goods nights fun and entertainment.

All County League

The seniors travelled to Malin on Sunday last in their final league game and recorded a good victory over their hosts on a scoreline of Malin 2-10 St. Michael’s 3-15. The St. Michael’s scorers were Colm McFadden 1-6, Andrew Kelly 1-2, Daniel McLaughlin 1-1, Raymond McLaughlin 0-3, Oisin Langan 0-2, Liam Paul Ferry 0-1.

The seniors now play Bundoran in the Division 1 promotion/relegation playoff in Ballybofey on this Sunday the 23rd in Macumhaill with the throw in at 2.30pm.

Good luck to the team and management on Sunday.

Dinner Dance

The St. Michael’s Dinner Dance will be held in Arnolds Hotel in Dunfanaghy on Saturday 3rd January more details later.


The €150 on the Snowball game at the Bingo session in Dunfanaghy on Sunday night last was won by Lorraine Doherty Derryreel. This weeks Jackpot will be €1860.


There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday night Sunday last; The Numbers drawn were 3,4,13,16,17,18; the match 5 winners were Sheila Coyle Casey, Michelle Coyle Casey and Grace Cannon Creeslough who won €35 each. This weeks jackpot will be €7100.

Well Done

Well done to Maria Carr who was part of the Termon team that reached the All Ireland senior ladies final on Sunday last with a victory over Clonbor from Galway and good luck in the all Ireland final next weekend.

Lotto Rota

The St. Michael’s Lotto Rota for the next two weeks is as follows: 22nd November Dunfanaghy Oisin Langan and Steven Horan, Creeslough Colm Anthony McFadden and Darragh McCarry; 29th November Dunfanaghy Marjorie Rodden and Rose Baird, Creeslough Colm Anthony McFadden and Darragh McCarry. Anyone who is unable to carry out this very important job for the club is asked to get a replacement on the night.

St. Michaels Minor Board

Under 16’s

Hard luck to the under 16’s who were narrowly defeated by St. Bridget’s from Antrim in the Ulster semi final in Dromore Co. Tyrone on Saturday last on a scoreline of St. Bridget’s 1-7 St. Michael’s 0-7.

St. Michael’s got off to a bad start conceding a very unlucky goal in the first few minutes and trailed at half time by 1-5 to 0-2. The boys staged a very strong comeback in the second half to come within three points and had a number of goal chances late on but the Antrim team held out for the win in the end.

The under 16 have had a great year.

The team managers Mickey McFadden and Michael Kelly would like to thank all the players, parents and supporters for their efforts throughout the year.

The boys and management have done the club and parish proud this year culminating in winning the County A title and getting to the Ulster Semi Final. Some of the boys were on the PCC team that reached the All Ireland Semi Final earlier in the year.


The minors play Termon at home at the Bridge on this Saturday with the throw in at 12 noon.

Run and Jump Programme and Run Fast

Jump high programme is going ahead this week on Tuesday and Friday at St. Michaels club House.

Run and Jump is for ages 8 to 10 years of age. Start time is this Tuesday the 11th at 6pm. The session will last 45 mins.

Run fast, jump high is for 11-14 years of age and will begin this Tuesday the 11th at 7pm and last 45 mins.

The first night may run a little bit slower than the rest so I can get names and contact details sorted and get a accurate idea of numbers attending. So try and be 15 mins early on the first night if possible.

Cost is 25euro in total. That works out at 2.50 a class. Children are expected to bring good footwear and appropriate clothing. Hope to see you all there. If you have any other questions you can contact Antoin on 0871229356.

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Fri 21st Nov

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