Harps Notes 25th March 2019

posted 25 Mar 2019, 06:26 by Derrygonnelly Harps

The Harps Lotto jackpot, now £5300, was not won on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 7, 13, 22 & 27. £20 each went to Mary Cox, Derrygonnelly, Shauna McGovern, Doagh and Gerry Gallagher, Boho. The draw on March 18th saw 8, 12, 21 & 29 drawn, with consolations to Julie McGurn, Monea, Mary McHugh, Garrison and Geraldine Galligan, Belleek. We are in Old Pals this Sunday night with Garry, Mary and the two Kevins on duty.

Things are getting busy now as our teams are beginning their competitive games. Our Ladies and men's teams hosted three challenge matches last weekend, while our Junior Bs lost out in a tough game against Maguiresbridge. This Saturday sees our Junior teams in action against Roslea and Enniskillen Gaels, whilst our Under 11.5 squad hosts Kinawley at 3pm, with our Under 15s hoping to build on their good win last weekend when they host Derrylin at 11.00. Our seniors are out against Enniskillen Gaels in their first league game at 1pm on Sunday in Brewster Park. Good luck to all concerned. It might be wise to check those fixtures later in the week, as they are likely to be subject to change due to the Hogan cup semi final.

On that note, good luck to Micheal Glynn, Rian McGovern, Ronan McHugh and also Mark McGoldrick as St Michael’s play Claremorris in the All Ireland semi-final this Saturday. The team played great football in a very impressive MacRory win on Monday last, and all club members would love to see a repeat of that performance.

Annual Club membership is due for renewal. Membership costs are as follows: Adult Player - £30, Adult Non-Player - £20, Youth/U17 - £10, Family Membership - £50 (2 Adults + Unlimited youth). Membership can be paid easily online by downloading the new Official GAA App and completing the membership option which is located under the drop-down icon at the top left hand corner or by completing the membership application form/s relevant to you and returning it to the club committee. We are seeking to make significant increases in the number of active participants who are actually properly paid up club members during the month ahead.