Harps Notes 13th May 2019

posted 13 May 2019, 06:30 by Derrygonnelly Harps

The Harps Lotto jackpot, now £6700, was not won on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 1, 5, 25 & 27. £20 each went to Anne Smyth, Creamery Road, Ronan McHugh, Monea and Maggie Lyons, Belleek. The Lotto draw on May 6th saw numbers 7, 8, 26 & 29 drawn. £20 each went to Niamh Collins, Killyhommon PS, Martin McGrath, Cashel, and Bridie Maguire, Boho. We are in The Linnett Inn this Sunday night, with Gerald Greene and Anthony Murphy on duty with Mary.

Harps monthly committee meeting takes place this Thursday night at 9pm in the clubrooms.

Our Under 11s finished off the first stage of their season losing out to Kinawley in a very well contested match at Canon Maguire Park. Kinawley picked off a couple of very nice scores in the latter stages of the game, and advance to the final. They lost out to Newtown away last week in the penultimate fixture. The lads are very close to the level, and will still get plenty of games over the course of the summer.  Thanks very much to all of the coaches who put in such an effort over the last two months and over the coming months as well. Our Under 10s have started out in their annual tournament, and had two great efforts, against Enniskillen Gaels last week. They are down to travel to Belcoo this week. Our Under 15 boys have a game at home to Tempo on Friday night. Our Under 16 girls have qualified for their league final, against Belcoo, and are provisionally down to play that game on Friday evening, keep an eye out for fuller details.

Please note that there will not be any Sunday Footy this weekend, due to the fact that a lot of our coaches are involved either as participants or marshalls in the Five County Cycle.

On that note, we wish the organisers and all of the participants in the Five County Cycle a very good spin on Sunday. Registration takes place from 9am at Derrygonnelly Community Centre, with a choice of routes between the 10 o'clock 120km Fermanagh, Cavan, Leitrim, Sligo Donegal Fermanagh route, or the 10.45am 50km Fermanagh version. There is also a raffle ongoing locally, with good prizes available. All proceeds from the event go to the Childrens’ Kidney Fund NI.

A lot of adult football being played at the minute, and our Juniors host Lisnaskea on Wednesday night. Our Seniors are away to Roslea on Saturday evening at 6pm. Please note the change of time for this fixture.

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