Harps Notes 9th September 2019

posted 9 Sep 2019, 02:22 by Derrygonnelly Harps

The Harps Lotto jackpot, now £4800, was not won on Sunday night. The numbers drawn were 7, 16, 20 and 24. £20 each went to Damon Mullane, Belleek, Ignatius McGovern, Belcoo, and Pat McMahon, c/o Doogies. We are in Doogies this Sunday night, with Aidy McGovern, John Maguire and Mary Cox on duty.

The club's monthly committee meeting takes place this Thursday night at 9pm.

The Health & Wellbeing committee has arranged a Teen Self Defence & Personal Protection course running over 2 weeks on Tuesday 17th & Tuesday 24th Sept  from 7-10pm. This is open to male and female members aged 12-16 and costs £15 for the course, payable on the first night. It will be run by Lyle Gawley from Fermanagh Ju Jitsu. Contact Éadaoin Love on 07799 148 196 to book a place. If oversubscribed, names will be drawn out of a hat.

Yoga with Jim Fawcett resumes on Wed 25th September. Beginner class is from 7-8pm and sports yoga is from 8 15-9.15pm. Please arrive early on the first night to register-cost is £20 for the six week course.

Good luck to Fermanagh Ladies this Sunday in the All Ireland final. Special best wishes to Eimear Smyth and Bronadh Duffy, plus Dermott Feely who is part of the backroom team. Good luck also to our supporters who are travelling to the match privately and on our organised bus.

Congratulations to our Under 16 girls who had a great win over Aghadrumsee in the championship on Sunday. They now play Kinawley at a time to be arranged this week. Our Under 13 boys finished up their league campaign against St Pats last Thursday night with a good win in a well contested match. They have had a good campaign overall, and play some really nice football. They still have a championship to compete in, possibly starting this weekend. Our Under 10 girls had a great outing at a blitz in Irvinestown on Sunday. The amount of matches that our Under 8 and Under 10 girls have played has been a real step forward for the club this year. Please note that there will not be any Sunday Morning Footy this week, because we are all watching the All Ireland.

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