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Red Hughs club notes 09/03/2015

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Mon 9th Mar

Senior Men

The senior will play Robert Emmets in Castlefin this Tuesday evening in a pre season friendly throw in 7.30pm They will also travel to Derry on Sunday to take on Steelstown in another friendly throw in there is 1.15pm

Training on Thursday at 7.30pm as usual

The George Callaghan Memorial Cup.

Sean Mac Cumhaills were the winners for the second year in succession and retained the cup, well done to you all. Seimì Callaghan presented The Cup to the Mac Cumhaills captain and Seimì also presented trophies to the winning team players and Man of the Match Award to Gary Mc Girr. Thanks again to Mac Cumhaills for a great game, to the Callaghan family members for attending and it was fantastic to have Seimi there to make the presentations. Thanks to our own club members who helped out in any way on such a bad morning, you all know who you are. Also thanks to Andy for the delicious food after the game.

Minor Boys

The minors overcame a very determined Mc Cumhaills team to make it two wins from two outings so far. The home side raced into a three point lead but the visitors clawed their way back into the game and taking the lead by a point. Cormick mc Menamin the took advantage of an error in the Mc Cumhaills defence and slotted the ball into an open net. Credit to the visitors they kept plugging away and tied the game up again before halftime. Score Red Hughs 1-3 Mc Cumhaills 0-6

The Mc Cumhaills lads were the better team in the first ten minutes of the second half but only managed to score one point in that time. Red Hugh’s were awarded a penalty when Cathal Doherty was taken down in the box. Corey Gallagher tucked the ball past the Mc Cumhaills keeper low to the corner. Putting the home team back in front once again. From then on the Reds grew in confidence and finished the game strongly. Justin Mc Bride came off the bench to score a third goal for the Reds. The final score was Red Hugh’s 3-5 Mc Cumhaills 0-7

Next up for the lads is a difficult away game to St Eunans on Saturday.

Under 16 Boys

Training continues for under 16 boys continue on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6-7pm

Players to bring €2 once a week for training fund.

Under 14 Boys

​Training for the under 14 boys continues on Friday evenings from 7-8pm

Players to bring €2 once a week for training fund.

Under 12 & Under 14 Girls

​Training for the girls every Monday evening at 6.15pm Bring €2 for training fund.

Underage coaching

Coaching for all underage boys & girls from u-6 to u-12 starts this Saturday morning at 11am to 12pm Everyone bring €2 for training fund maximum of €5 per family. If your child hasn’t already registered they can do so this week before training on Saturday morning, €10 per child or a maximum of €20 per family.

Lotto & 100+ Club Results 05/03/15

Numbers Drawn 6,8,5,3,1,4,7,2
One Winner Matched 3 Numbers
Eamon Byrne Cronlaughey Wins €50
Next Weeks Jackpot is €5,000

100+ Club Winner
Number 125 Noel Gallen Cornabrogue Wins €100

Thanks To Everyone For Your Continued Support​

Ceile Dancing

The Ceile dancing resumes next Tuesday the 10th of March at 8pm in the club house . Everyone welcome

Club Membership

Membership for 2015 is now payable up until the 20th Of March no memberships will be taken after this date. The fee is €30 per adult €50 for married couples or partners. €10 for under 18’s The final club registration night is on Friday the 20th in the club house from 8-9pm


Donegal GAA Workshops and Coaching Courses 2015

13/03 Convoy at 7-9.30 Child Ethics Tutor Edel Fylnn

14/03 Convoy at 10-3 Practical Coaching Tutor Joe Mc Bearty
Seamus Mc Anaw

2nd Ladies FUNdamentals Coaching Course is coming up on the 14th March.
No Venue yet

Please if anyone interested in any off these courses let me know ASAP.

Maura Mc Crudden 0861635726​​

Other News

The club will host the county under 16 girls league game Donegal V Down on Sunday throw in 2pm

Good luck to Eimear Gallagher who is part of the panel and hopefully will get a run out this week in her own home ground.

By Sinéad Breen Donegal PRO Mon 9th Mar

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