BUAITEOIR AMHÁIN ar on bpota óir an tseachtain seo de €15,950. Comhghairdeas Maria McNamara! Uimhreacha a tarraingíodh 3, 8, 13 agus 17. Seacht Maitseáil 3 Malachy Dunne, James Reilly, Liam McTigue, Marie Collins, Colm Byrne, Martina Scanlon agus Elaine Higgins. Lucky Dips Gina Tempany agus Patricia Cunningham. Duais an Díoltóra John Coen. Pota óir an tseachtain seo chugainn €5,000 in tábhairne Fearr an Arann.
ONE WINNER of this weeks Lotto Jackpot of €15,950! Congratulations Maria McNamara! Numbers drawn 3, 8, 13 and 17. Seven Match 3 winners Malachy Dunne, James Reilly, Liam McTigue, Marie Collins, Colm Byrne, Martina Scanlon and Elaine Higgins. Lucky Dips Gina Tempany and Patricia Cunningham. Sellers Prize John Coen. Next week’s Jackpot is €5,000 in the Man of Arann.
If you have not played the Lotto yet, or your subscription has expired, please visit www.corofingaa.ie/draws to enter our lotto. There are great value “Three for €5” tickets that can be purchased and there is an ‘auto-renew’ feature that can be used to ensure you don’t miss out.
GAA CLUB NOTES
On Sunday the U-17’s played Salthill-Knocknacarra in The Priarie for the U-17 A Quarter Final. The game was played in wet conditions but that did not dampen the spectacle of football. The lads played very good football and led the game by 3 points at the break. Salthill-Knocknacarra chipped away at that gap over the 2nd half and by the final whistle the teams were all square. Into extra-time and tired legs started to prevail with Salthill-Knocknacarra getting some crucial scores to pull away. Final scoreline was Corofin 4-11 Salthill-Knocknacarra 7-11. It was a very proud performance from the players where only 3 scores were the difference.
On Saturday the Intermediates play their Relegation Round 1 against An Cheathrú Rua in Pearse Stadium at 3:30pm. Just afterwards, the Junior team play Salthill-Knocknacarra in The Priarie at 5:45pm for their Junior 2 Championship Quarter Final.
On Sunday the Senior team play Bearna in Headford at 4:30pm for Round 5 of the Senior Championship Group 2.
Best of luck to all the players and management teams this weekend. The links for tickets to the Senior & Intermediate games are below:
General Admission is €10, u-16’s go free.
LGFA CLUB NOTES
On Friday the Junior ‘E’ team hosted Monivea-Abbey for Round 2 of their Championship. It was a great performance against very strong opposition. A hat-trick of goals from Ciara Coen, including a very calmly struck penalty, was not enough to secure the win unfortunately. Final score was Corofin 3-07 Monivea-Abbey 2-15.
On Saturday the Senior team hosted Claregalway for Round 2 of the Senior Championship. The scores were even at the break with the girls putting in a fantastic performance. However, Claregalway came back into the game with some well taken scores to steal the win. Final score Corofin 0-10 Claregalway 3-06.
On Sunday morning the Junior ‘B’ team hosted Kilkerrin-Clonberne for Round 2 of the Junior B Championship. The girls created plenty of scoring opportunities, hitting the post of the goal at one stage after a brilliant team move. Unfortunately Kilkerrin-Clonberne were creating just a many opportunities and the scoreline finished at Corofin 3-06 Kilkerrin-Clonberne 4-11.
It was a fantastic day of Gaelic games in Belclare on Saturday as our talented under 8s went head-to-head with Tuam in an action-packed blitz. We couldn't be prouder of our young stars. A huge congratulations to all the players for their hard work and dedication on the field.
A fantastic morning our U10s had in Tuam, participating in the Declan Kearns Memorial Tournament! We engaged in thrilling battles against Tuam, Annaghdown, Caherlistrane, and Mountbellew for the second week in a row. The real winners of the day were football, fun, and skill!
With the 2023 season well underway, the Club Shop on O’Neills website has the full range of Club apparel available to browse and purchase with delivery straight to your door.
The club offers its sympathy to the families and friends of the following who have died recently:
Michael John Burke, Curry.
Anne Byrne (nee Quinn), Ballinderry/ London.
May they rest in peace.