There was no winner of the Cairde Seamroga Ros Liath lotto jackpot on Sunday 26th July. The numbers drawn were 18, 19, 20 and 23 Bernie won the seller’s prize and the five lucky dip winners of £10 were Mick McClave c/o Bernies, Marius Rooney Scotstown, Liam Rooney, Lucia McCabe Monea and Amelia Quigley Bruscarnagh. Next week’s draw for £4,300 will take place in the Village Inn with Ann Quigley and Margaret Cosgrove as coordinators. Due to current conditions the draw will take place at 8 PM until further notice. Tickets are available online (please find the link on our social media pages) as well as in usual outlets. Thank you for your ongoing support during these trying times.
Erne Cup Division One
Roslea defeated Teemore Shamrocks on a score line of 0-09 to 0-08. Their next game is against Newtownbutler (Away) on Saturday 1st August at 6:30 PM.
Senior League Division One
Our Senior Team were defeated by Ederney on Sunday. Final score 2-14 to 0-09. Their next game takes place in Shamrock Park on Sunday 2nd August against Devenish at 1 PM.
Our U17 team had a challenge game against St Patrick’s Donagh last Wednesday. Final score Roslea 1-12 St Patrick’s 0-09. Best for the Shamrocks on the night were Aaron Murphy in defence and Micheal Flanagan in attack. Their next game is in Shamrock Park on Wednesday 29th July at 7 PM against Teemore.
The U13 team play St Mary’s in Shamrock Park on Saturday 1st August at 11 AM.
Thank you to Aghadrumsee and the Mini Mags for hosting a competitive friendly game for our U10.5 team last Thursday. Our Little Shamrocks had so much fun! Well done to all involved!
Community Walkway Update
Now that the GAA have moved to the next phase in the easing of lockdown restrictions there is no longer a necessity for the club to supervise the opening hours of our community walkway. We are now permitted to allow unsupervised community access all day with all users to adhere to social distancing measures (clockwise walking, walking in groups of four people max). The gate on the Mullaghabrady Road will be left open for community access all day. We hope to be in a position to open the remainder of the path around the new training field as soon as construction works are complete in this area and all pedestrian routes are in a safe condition for public access, which we hope will be the end of July. We will keep you updated on this. E-Learning Module & Questionnaire The GAA have published a Covid-19 E-Learning module and Health Questionnaire which must be completed by ALL players (parents/guardians of underage players), team personnel and club officers before returning to training. Please access the link on our social media pages to complete this. ‘A Better Life for Livie’ James McMahon and several Fermanagh GAA players are taking part in a shave or dye challenge in aid of ‘A Better Life for Livie’. Little Livie has been diagnosed with a rare and serious genetic neuromuscular condition called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). This fundraiser will support Livie to get some lifesaving treatment and give her the best chance at life possible. Please find the donation link on our Facebook/Twitter page to read more about Livie’s story and support this worthy cause.