Glenroe GAA Club Lotto Draw Results on 07/04/2022 Jackpot €4,600
Numbers drawn: 5, 12, 15, 27
No Jackpot Winner.
Lucky Dip Winners & Promoters.
€30 – Tanya Carroll
€30 – Paul O’ Regan.
€30 – Ned Sheehy
€20 – DJ & Billy Sheehy
€20 – Oscar & Carter Ryan.
€20 – Nora & Billy Sheehy.
Next draw on Thursday April 21st 2022 Jackpot €4,800
Glenroe GAA Club gear in now available on the O’ Neills website. You can log onto www.oneills.com
LAUNCH NIGHT FOR FIELD DEVELOPMENT
Save the Date – April 30th 2022.
Lets gather as a whole community and be part of Glenroe GAA’s future!
Come join us for a night of food, music and craic as we launch our Astro Development Project. We’ll also be presenting our Minor and Junior B teams with their medals
Firgrove Hotel – Saturday April 30th – 8pm
Music by Nightfall ~ MC Matt O’ Callaghan
A great night guaranteed, don’t miss it
PREMIER INTERMEDIATES WIN ON THEIR FIRST DAY OUT OF THE LEAGUE
Glenroe 1-22 Knockainey 1-18
A great start to the league for the Premier Intermediate team for Glenroe and their new management team. It was a very competitive game with Knockainey the teams were locked at half time Glenroe 1-8 to Knockainey 0-11. Some accurate free taking from Mark O’Connell along with a few more scores left Glenroe in a good position at the half time break. Glenroe pushed on in the second half and kept taking their scoring chances knocking over 14 points in the second half to take them over the line. An excellent start to the league with some super performances from Mark O’Connell, Brian O’Connell, Shaun Moloney, Eoin Walsh and Liam Dennehy who was playing his first competitive game at this age. The management get off to a winning start and will hope to continue this next time out
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Jimmy Barry Murphy, Patrick McSweeney, Eoin Gallahue, Shaun Moloney (0-1), Stephen Walsh (C), Darren McCarthy, Ciaran Kelly (0-2), Sean Clancy, Mark O’Connell (0-9, 8 from frees), Liam Dennehy (0-1), Bob Frewen, Oisin Browne (0-1), Brian O’Connell (1-1), Eoin Walsh (0-6)
Subs: Cillean O’Brien (0-1) for Bob Frewen, Diarmuid McCarthy for Darren McCarthy, Tommy McDonnell for Oisin Browne, Johnny Tallon for Patrick McSweeney
Next Fixture: Effin in Glenroe at 6:30pm on 19th of April
JUNIOR B OFF TO A WINNING START
Glenroe 5-23 Effin 1-15
Glenroe had a fantastic start to their Junior B league campaign with a convincing win against Effin. Glenroe started quick and gained control of the game resulting in a commanding lead at the start of the game. They kept up this pressure leading to a 14 point lead at half time due to an excellent team performance. Glenroe 4-11 to Effin 1-6. There was a few changes made in the second half but this did not change the efficient way that Glenroe played
putting up an impressive 1-12 in the second half with some excellent individual and team scores along with accurate free taking. Glenroe ran out the eventual winners by a score line 5-23 to 1-15.
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Cathal Flynn, Jonathan Tallon, Denis Casey, Kieran Tobin (C), Shaun Moloney (0-1), Jordan Sheehy, Darren Carroll (0-4), Thomas McDonnell (0-1), Cillian O’Brien (2-1), Tom O’Dwyer (0-1), Bob Frewen (0-12, 6 frees), Maurice O’Brien (2-0), Sean McGrath (1-3), Killian Meade
Subs: Dylan McSweeney for Killian Meade, Dan Hennessy for Tom O’Dwyer, Keelan Riordan for Jordan Sheehy, Davey Noonan for Mossie O’Brien, Tommy O’Donnell for Denis Casey
Knockainey 1-4 Glenroe 3-9
The Glenroe Junior B Team continued with a good win away from home on Sunday against Knockainey in Knockainey. Glenroe took a commanding lead in the first half in a low scoring affair, leading 1-7 to 0-3 at half time with Oisin Browne scoring an impressive 0-4 of them. They continued this in the second half out scoring Knockainey by 2-2 to 1-1 with Mossy O’Brien getting a few goals to seal the result.
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Denis Casey, Jordan Sheehy, Tommy O’Donnell, Shaun Moloney (0-1), Kieran Tobin, Cathal Flynn, Darren Carroll, Danny Hayes, Bob Frewen, Dan Hennessy, Cillean O’Brien (0-1), Killian Meade (0-1), Oisin Browne (0-6), Mossy O’Brien (3-0)
Subs: Alan McSweeney for Ian O’Sullivan, Edmond Noonan for Killian Meade, Conor Fenton for Cillean O’Brien
Next Fixture: Castletown/Ballyagaran at home on the 21st of April