Camogie Team qualify for Championship Final

The Camogie team has qualified for the Junior Championship Final following a terrific win against Trim in Ashbourne. The match report is on the Camogie page.

They will play in the final of the Junior Camogie Championship on Sunday 24th August at 3pm. This will be against Drumree and will be held in Dunboyne. Come out to suport the girls as they try to make a return to Intermediate ranks.

 

Lotto Update

This week's numbers were 5,9,26,27. Yet again there was no Jackpot winner so the prize fund remains at €12,000 with a reserve of €12,000 and second reserve of €7,800. There were no Match 3's either so next week's Match 3 prize is €400. Many thanks to all who continue to support the draw which is a vital fundraiser for the club.

 

Seniors win vs Rathkenny

Well done to our Senior footballers who advance to the playoff stages of the Championship with a 2-11 to 2-10 win over Rathkenny. Click here for the match report;

http://www.donashgaa.com/index.php/teams/adult-football/item/21-senior-championship-vs-rathkenny

 

Golf Society

Our next Golf Society outing is to Luttrellstown G.C. on Fri 22nd August. Tee times available from 1.30 to 3.00pm. Call Jackie to book your place 8499140.

 

Message from Grounds Committee

All pitches will remain closed except for scheduled training & matches. Our recent spell of dry & very hot weather is taking it's toll on the pitch surface. We ask for you co-operation in allowing the surface recover.

 

The Grounds Committee

 

   

Hard Luck to Meath

Hard luck to Meath  and especially to our two club players Andrew Tormey and Bryan Menton who lost out to Armagh in the All Ireland Qualifiers in Croke Park on Saturday night. It was could only be described as terrible winter conditions playing football was  not easy in the conditions. On saying that many thanks to all the Royal supporters who  braved the elements to support the boys in green.   


Championship Fixtures now the Focus for the County Board

With Meath making their exit out of the All Ireland series at the weekend and the fact that most of the league competitions are either complete  or have only one round remaning the focus for the Meath Fixtures Committee is the championship  competitions. On August 16/17th our Junior B and Intermediate  teams are in action on the Saturday when they play St. Mary's and St. Ultan's with the seniors out against Rathkenny on the Sunday. We also  host a  number of games in the club over the  coming weeks and require help with stewarding. Full list of fixtures, including times and venues are on the fixtures page.

  

Hurlers lose out in League Playoff

Hard luck to our hurlers who lost out their league relegation play off on Tuesday night when they went down to Kilmessan on a scoreline of 4-13 to 3-11. It was a different team we faced in Ratoath  this out compared to the  side we met in the  Intermendiate championship earlier in the summer. This time round the opposition had teh advantage of using some first team players and this  coupled with the fact that our lads first touch was off on the  night was the difference in the teams. Hopefully the  lads can regroup and get back to winning ways next weekend in the championship.

 

Cul Camp a Success

We had a great turn out for our Cul Camps last week when over 100 Children took part in the camp. This  has been the highest participation we had  for our camp in recent years so well done to all involved. We hope to have a group  photo  posted in the coming days.

  

  

Bingo

Eyes down for Bingo every Thursday night at 8pm. Over €1000 in cash prizes.

 

  

 


 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

 


 

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