Harps Notes 22nd May 2017

posted 22 May 2017, 01:37 by Derrygonnelly Harps

The Harps Lotto jackpot, now £8500, was not won on Sunday night. The numbers were 20, 23, 27 & 28. £20 each went to Declan Gilleece, Boho, Teresa O'Reilly, Enniskillen and Tara McAloon, Monea. We are in Doogies on Sunday night, with Aidy McGovern and John Maguire on duty with Mary.

Please note that the Harps are hosting the Kelloggs Cul Camp from 31st July to August 4th this year. Online registration before the end of May means that you can have the kit before the end of June.

Our Under 14s kept themselves alive in Division One with a super away result against Newtownbutler last Thursday night. They have put in some great performances this year, and improved particularly in terms of how they work as a unit. They now await results elsewhere in the Division to see how things work out.

Our Under 10s are at home to Belcoo this Friday evening. Keep an eye on our online output for fuller details on this. Our Under 14 girls enjoyed a very good start to their league campaign at home against Irvinestown in a well contested match. They also play Brookeboro and Enniskillen Gaels in their group. Our Minor team will be hoping that a stop start year in terms of matches can finally get going when they play Kinawley in the league again next Tuesday at 7pm at home. Congratulations to young Harps Rory Smyth and Padraig Rainey, who played for Fermanagh against Monaghan in the half time matches last Saturday evening in Clones.

Our seniors are scheduled to play Kinawley away at 1pm this Sunday, and our Junior A team are away to St Pats on Friday night.

Please remember that the bottom pitch is closed for the rest of this week following repair work. It will reopen again soon.

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