Kilglass Gaels News & Notes

Our Tommy and Teresa Cox sponsored adult men’s team defeated Padraig Pearses in the first round of the Junior A championship on Saturday evening last in Kilglass. Final score Kilglass Gaels 3-08 Padraig Pearses 0-07. Well done to team and management.

Our senior ladies headed to Loughglynn on Sunday morning to play Eire Óg in their final game of the league. This game was relegation game in all respects with the winners holding their division 1 status for 2016 and losers being relegated to division 2. The standard of football played by both sides was of a high standard and the players left everything on the pitch. Eire Óg ran out eventual winner’s, final score Kilglass Gaels 1-12 Eire Óg 1-15. Kilglass Gaels would like to thank Eire Óg Club for the refreshments supplied to the team after the game it was very much appreciated.

Lotto: Kilglass Gaels Lotto took place in Weir Lodge on Saturday night last: the numbers drawn were 11,14,21,25 Bonus 17. No Jackpot winner – 2 x 3 number winners €100-each: JP & Aidan and Noel Geraghty.   Next week’s jackpot €2,700 for 4 correct numbers and €6,700 for 4 correct numbers PLUS the bonus number. Draw for 23rd May takes place in Cox’s.

Bingo: Kilglass Gaels Bingo takes place in Kilglass Complex this Saturday and every Saturday night @ 8:30p.m. Jackpot €6000 on 46 calls or less.

Don’t forget to get your Club Rossie Ticket those can be got from club co-ordinator Patrick McGuire 086-8649067 or any club official. The membership fees range from €108 to €228 and includes exclusive merchandise, a discount card and the chance to win some great prizes including a Toyota Corolla. For more information contact any Club Officer or visit​”

Progressive 25 continues in Kilglass Community Centre on Tuesday nights at the later time of 9.00pm. Last week’s winner Michael Doorly  6 games. New players welcome.

Congratulations to Eddie Conboy who won the Roscommon One Wall Handball County Final. Eddie defeated club mate John Coggeran 15-7, 15-5 in an all-action final. It was the first adult county title won for Kilglass in Handball. Eddie had earlier beaten the favoured MIke Holland 10-15, 15-14, 11-7 in a very tough match, before defeating Francis Galvin 15-9, 15-6 in the semi-final. John had beaten Mick Egan and fellow Kilglass player Tom Reynolds on his way to the final. Eddie will now represent Roscommon at the Connacht Championship at Breaffy House in June.

Congratulations also to Adam Coggeran, Thomas Mahady, Aaron Hughes and Darragh Mc Donnell on receiving bronze medals in the Roscommon Community Games One Wall Handball competition.

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