Prepaid ticket: Margaret Lynch c/o Mc Kenna’s Killeeter
Weekly ticket: M Denning
Next week €5,500
Lotto group 7 – Brian Daly, John Doughty, John Flanagan, Fergal Smith
Thanks to all for supporting our lotto.
We are delighted to announce that from April 1st onwards you can play our weekly lotto on line. www.cluchulainn.com
Please note that from April 1st draw onwards you can select 4 lotto numbers from 1-30. Annual Lotto tickets (€90) are on sale from Monaghans shop or please ask any club official
Our U14 Girls started their Division 2 campaign with an away fixture to Arva / Killeshandra on the 3G pitch on Saturday. The girls got off to a good start with goals from Aisling Doughty, Sinead O’Reilly and Aoife Tynan to lead 5-08 to 0-01 at the break. A couple of substitutions were made at half time and the girls continued were they had left off with more goals from Eabha Carolan, Charlie Whittaker and Siofra MvGeohan to run out comfortable winners 8-15 to 0-03. It was a great performance for their first game of the season.
Division 1 – A team
The girls knew they were up against in Derby match away to Lurgan, they played some good attacking football and are improving with every game. Although the score was 19-8 to Lurgan it did not reflect on the game as all the girls put in a mighty effort.
Our Division 5 – B team
Which is relatively a younger squad showed great determination in the game against Lurgan. Lurgan came out winners with a score of 11- 5, but despite losing the girls put in an very good performance.
Two games this week for our U15 Div. 2 team. First up was Castlerahan on Tuesday evening, after a bad start giving up a couple of goals, Cuchulainns got into their stride, and were down by just a point at half time. Cuchulainns controlled the second half and ran out comfortable winners by 16 points. Next up on Thursday was Cavan Gaels. Again a poor start saw Cuchulainns down 8 points after just 4 mins, and down by 5 points at half time. The second half was an excellent performance and Cuchulainns were ahead by 2 points with just minutes to go, but the concession of a late goal and time almost up meant defeat by the narrowest of margins. 5-14 to 5-13.
Our U16 girls were in action on Saturday in the Div. 1 league away to Castlerahan / Denn. It was a competitive first half were the girls fought hard. Goals from Amy Flanagan, Aisling Doughty and Eimear Smyth had the team’s level at break with a score of 3-05: 4-02.
The second half Cuchulainns were playing against the wind and Castlerahan / Denn stepped it up gear to put a lot of pressure on our backs. Our girls dug deep and fought hard but Castlerahan / Denn ran out comfortable winners in the end with a final score line of 7-10: 4-07.
The girls next have a home game this Friday 20thApril against Kingscourt. Throw in at 6.45pm
Fixtures & trainings. Subject to change.
U15 boy’s div 5 v Killygarry GAA @7pm in Mullagh.
U13 boy’s v Killinkere @7.30pm away.
U15 boys div 2 v Killinkere GFC @7pm in Mullagh.
U14 girl’s v Gowna LGFC @6.45pm away.
U16 girls v Kingscourt Stars GAA @6.45pm away.
Nursery @10am in Sports Centre.
U8 & U10 girls training @ 10am in Mullagh
U9 boys training @ 11am in Mullagh Sports Centre
U15 boys div 2 v Cootehill @2pm away.
THERE IS STILL TIME TO PAY YOUR MEMBERSHIP.
Clg Cuchulainn Membership Registration
Membership registration for 2018 is now due. We are delighted to announce that there are a number of ways that you can complete your membership.
(a) For the first time you can complete and pay for your membership online via our website www.clgcuchulainn.com.
(b) A hard copy of the registration form can also be downloaded off our website www.clgcuchulainn.com. Please return completed forms to a club committee member or to Monaghans Shop.
(c) Forms are also available for collection from Monaghans Shop.
Please note that you must submit a signed copy of the Code of Behaviour Agreement relevant to you.
Closing Date for registration; April 1st.
Only players, including children attending the nursery, who have paid their membership will be permitted to play or train from April 1st.
Clg Cuchulainn Cairde.
- Cairde Cúchulainn; €350 All funds generated from this new level of family membership will be ring fenced for the maintenance and development of our present facilities and our proposed facilities on our newly acquired ground adjoining our pitch in Mullagh.
Members of Cairde Cúchulainn will receive;
- Family membership (2 adults and all children under 18 years of age)
- 2 Annual Lotto Tickets (4 numbers between 1-30 inclusive x 2)
- 2 Club membership cards(for 2 adults)
- Free access to all home games
- Free refreshments at half time in all home games.
- One item of Cairde Cuchulainn branded clothing.
(a) Payment in full at registration
(b) €35 x 10 instalments by standing order
- Family membership; €150 (max) (i.e. 2 adults and all children under 18 years of age)
- 1 Adult €50
- Children/Student; €35 per
- OAP; €25
North-East Cryospa; The North East Cryospa in Mullagh Sports Centre is officially open and available. This modern salinized ice bath has proven to be an excellent facility in assisting recovery post exercise for many professional and amateur sportspeople around the world. Call 087 1626202 to book a well-earned chill.
Discounted rate for GAA clubs
€10 per session per person.
Receive 1 free session after every 10 sessions.
Bingo every Sunday night in Mullagh Hall @8.30pm. Come along and try our new game lucky 90. €2 a number. Come early as they sell out every week. The lotto draw also takes place at bingo.
Clg Cuchulainn club gear can be purchased in Sports Connexions in Virginia shopping centre.
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Mullagh Tidy Towns in conjunction with Kilian’s Lodge Hotel and CLG Cuchulainns are holding our annual clean-up as part of An Taisce’s National Spring Clean on Saturday 21st April, assembling on the Fair Green opposite Kilian’s Lodge Hotel at 10:30am and are urging everyone to get involved. Refreshment in the hotel afterwards for all who take part.
Following a long winter, the roads are in a terrible state. We are asking farmers and land owners with road frontage to pick and remove any rubbish from their ditches and hedges. We encourage residents groups to clean the paths outside their estates. We ask the residents and businesses in the village to sweep and wash the footpaths. Why not wash the Townsland signs or any signs convenient to you. Everything, no matter how small makes a difference. Collection point for all rubbish collected on the day will be the Fair Green. Further details, contact Tommy on 087-7696332.