Club Newsletter 15th May 2023

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LOTTO

Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir ar on bpota óir an tseachtain seo. Uimhreacha a tarraingíodh 10, 12, 27 agus 30. Dhá Meaitseáil 3 Martin Geoghegan agus Noel Keane. Lucky Dips Trisha Collins agus Martin Fleming. Duais an Díoltóra Tommie O’Brien. Pota óir an tseachtain seo chugainn €13,400 in tábhairne Gills.

No Winner of this weeks Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 10, 12, 27 and 30. Two Match 3’s Martin Geoghegan and Noel Keane. Lucky Dips Trisha Collins and Martin Fleming. Sellers Prize Tommie O’Brien. Next week’s Jackpot is €13,400 in Gills.

If you have not played the Lotto yet, or your subscription has expired, please visit www.corofingaa.ie/draws to enter our lotto. There are great value “Three for €5” tickets that can be purchased and there is an ‘auto-renew’ feature that can be used to ensure you don’t miss out.


CLUB CELEBRATION NIGHT

The Club Celebration Night is Frida, May 26th in the Ardilaun Hotel, Galway from 7:30pm. A great night will be in store as we present medals due to players, including All-Ireland medals for two of the historic 3-in-a-row teams, medals to Juniors, Ladies and U-19’s and mark the 25th Anniversary of our first All-Ireland success in 1998! Music on the night is by iGO Music. Tickets are €70, please contact a member of the Committee to secure yours before they sell out.


GAA CLUB NOTES

Last Monday evening (8th May) the Junior A team played Monivea-Abbey in their opening round of the Junior A Championship North. While it ended in a win for Monivea-Abbey, it was a great effort from all the players with plenty of positives to carry into the next round. Corofin 1-7 Monivea-Abbey 1-15.

Last Wednesday the U-19’s played Dunmore MacHales in the Galway ‘A’ North League Semi-Final. Despite a late change of venue from Dunmore to Corofin, the game did not disappoint the spectator. A closely contested game with extra time required to separate the teams. Thankfully our lads came out on top with a single-point winning margin. The game finished Corofin 1-12 Dunmore MacHales 1-11.

On Thursday the Junior team host Caherlistrane in Corofin at 8:00pm for Round 6 of Division 4B, on Friday the Senior team host Claregalway in Corofin at 8:00pm for Round 6 of Division 1 and on Sunday the Intermediates host Glenamaddy in Corofin at 4:00pm for Round 6 of Division 3A. Best of luck to all the players and Management. Please show your support for the teams this weekend with all games at home.

Congratulations to Dylan McHugh for his selection on the GAA Football Team of The Week. Dylan is in fine form this year and his performance in the Connacht Final was outstanding.


LGFA CLUB NOTES

Last Monday evening (8th May) the Junior B team played Dunmore MacHales in Belclare for Round 6 of Division 5. The girls gave a top class performance and recorded a comfortable win with the scoreline finishing on Corofin 2-19 Dunmore MacHales 1-6. Goals from Louise Reilly and Rachel Burke

On Thursday the Senior team played Dunmore MacHales also in Corofin for Round 6 of Division 1. It was another fantastic effort against a Dunmore MacHales side in the same week. A five-star performance left the full-time scoreline at Corofin 5-17 Dunmore MacHales 0-7.

On Sunday the Junior B team played St Fursey’s of Headford in Corofin for Round 6 of Division 7. A very strong St Fursey’s team come out winners on a scoreline of Corofin 1-06 St Fursey’s 3-15. Goal scorer Emma Burke.


UNDERAGE

The Ladies Club had multiple players representing Galway at different grades last week. Last Wednesday Ella Zywczyk was with the Galway Minor panel that defeated Mayo (2-7 to 1-7) by a goal in Claremorris for Round 3 of the Connacht Minor Championship. On Friday Aoife Burke was part of the Galway U-16 panel that beat Roscommon (3-11 to 5-3) in Monivea and on Saturday Emily Canavan (vice-captain) and Grace McGrath were on the U-14 panel that narrowly lost out to Mayo (1-8 to 0-10) in TUS Athlone for the Quarter-Final of the All-Ireland Championship Series. To have girls on County panels at multiple grades is a testament to the work done by the coaches and the players themselves. Keep up the great work!

The U12 girls Blue team had a great game against neighbours Caherlistrane in Caherlistrane for Round 4 of Division 2. Both teams were competitive with plenty of quality football played by both sides. Judging by the smiles on all their faces, the girls were delighted to come away with the win, making that 4 wins from four for the Blue team. Well done girls.


2023 MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION

Men’s Club Membership for 2023 is still open for registration. Reminder to all Players that Membership must be paid before resuming any training or matches. Information on registration and links to our online partner Clubforce can be found here or please contact the Club Registrar.


CLUB SHOP

With the 2023 season well underway, the Club Shop on O’Neills website has the full range of Club apparel available to browse and purchase with delivery straight to your door.


SYMPATHY

The club offers its sympathy to the families and friends of the following who have died recently:

Eamonn Delaney, Shannon & formerly of Ballinacregg; brother of John Joe, Ballinacregg & Patsy, Anbally.

Anthony Maher, Salthill; brother of Brenda Rabbitte, Curry.

Dolores McDonagh, wife of John, Moylough & formerly Treinbawn

Sincere sympathy to their families and friends.

May they rest in peace.

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