LOTTO: The latest Lotto draw took place on Thursday March 31st with the jackpot standing at €11,100. The numbers drawn were 20, 24, 32 and 35. Winners of the €50 lucky dip were T Linihan (Newtown), B Burke (Cairnsfort), J Donaghey (Heatherdale) and J O’Brien (c/o The Hurlers). Thank you for your continued support. A reminder also that the WHITE LOTTO TICKETS are on sale for €2 in Monaleen Stores, Morrisons Bar and in our club shop.
Please note the following, tickets for the Munster Senior Hurling Championship Rds 1 to 4 will go on General Sale tomorrow April 5th at 11am online and from Centra & Super Valu.
STUDENT/OAP’S – Please note this is different to previous years. Student/OAP tickets can be purchased online or through county boards ONLY. There will not be any rebate at the venues. You will be able to access these similar to how you change your Adult to a juvenile ticket, there will be a student/oap option there.
Please support Monaleen GAA Club by:
Entering a Team
Sponsoring a tee box
Sponsoring a prize
Team of 3 €240 to include on course refreshments, use of driving bays for warm up and dinner after your round.
Tee Box Sponsorship €100
Contact any member of the Golf Committee for further details
Tony Power 087 6359454
John Noonan 086 7935120
Shane Moynihan 085 8804571
Pa Ryan 087 7793744
Paul Hackett 086 2428290
Kevin Brosnan 086 8583181
Pat Maher 087 2568561
Brendan Flood 087 4184294
City Senior Hurling League Monaleen 2:20, Mungret 1:11
City East Junior Hurling League Monaleen 2:11, Ahane 3:16
Tuesday 5th April City Senior Football League v Claughaun @Monaleen 7pm
Saturday 9th April Senior Hurling League v Na Piarsaigh @Na Piarsaigh 6:30pm
Sunday 10th April Junior Hurling League v Cappamore @Cappamore 12:00pm
Tuesday 12th April Junior Hurling League v Old Christians @Monaleen 6:30pm
Mr. Binman u13 Hurling Division 2 Kildimo Pallaskenry 3:3 Monaleen 4:5
Mr. Binman u13 Hurling Division 1 Monaleen 3:5 Na Piarsaigh 3:7
U15 Football Division 1B Galtee Gaels 0:7 Monaleen 7:10
U15 Football Division 3C Monaleen 4:2 Caherconlish 3:3
Thursday 7th April, u13 Football Division 3A Monaleen V Granagh Ballingarry @Monaleen 6:30pm
Monday 11th April u15 Hurling Division 1 Killeedy/Tournafulla/Monagea V Monaleen @Monagea 6:30pm
CONGRATULATIONS to Darragh Murray on being named 2021 Munster minor Footballer of the year. Congratulations also to John Ryan, Niall Macken and Alan Kitson who received their Clubpersons of the Year awards from our new Club President Pat Coleman last Friday night. These are three strong clubmen who have made huge contributions to our club for many years.
What a busy week we had for camogie. Great to see all the matches starting again.
Here is a round-up of what took place.
Our intermediates started their league campaign last Sunday in Division 2 of the league. We were away to Murroe Boher who we had narrowly beaten in the semi final of the championship last November. This time we dominated from the throw in and finished with a good win 1-16 to 1-9 .
Today we were away to Ballybrown in round 2 and again dominated winning 0-18 to 2-3. Next up in 2 weeks is a home match against Croagh Kilfinny. Well done to Faye Coffey , Ciara Buckley and Ellie Madden our u16s who made their adult debuts last week.
Our second adult team, our junior Bs played their first match in peafield last Monday with a challenge against Parteen. Here we had another 3 u16s debut, Grace Field, Bella Collins and Saoirse Fallon as the girls came away with a Comfortable win on what was a lovely evening for hurling.
This evening the Juniors Bs played in the first round of the league away to St Ailbes in Division 4. St Ailbes are a well experienced outfit and won this encounter but our Juniors put up a good tough fight and showed lots of promise.
For the first time Monaleen camogie entered 2x u16 teams in the league. Our U16 A team were due to play Cappamore but Cappamore could not field a team and so match was called off unfortunately.
Our u16 B played away to Na Piarsaigh last Thursday. A team made up of a combination of u16s, u15s and u14s , the girls tried hard Considering they hadn’t played together previously but lost out to a stronger Na Piarsaigh team on the night.
Our u15s played a challenge match today at the clubhouse in preparation for their upcoming feile. They played against Newtownshandrum Cork. It took a while for the girls to get used to playing together again but they got better as the match progressed winning by 3 points in the end.
Again we fielded 2 x u14 teams in the league.
Our u14 A team ( 2008 girls) played their first league match away to Patrickswell last Tuesday in the A division. They had a tough encounter with Patrickswell but showed huge grit and dominated the second half but unfortunately came out of the losing side. Lots of positives to be taken from this though as it was very obvious to see this team improving and continuing to get better with every match. Well done.
Our u13s( 2009) played in the u14 C division at home against Murroe Boher. They had a challenge a few days previous against Doon u14s which they won and followed that up with a great start to the league with a dominating performance over Murroe Boher. Super stuff and great experience for this young team.
Our U12s continue to train Tuesday and Thursdays at clubhouse.
We hosted an u11 blitz in conjuction with Ahane yesterday at the clubhouse and Mackey pk Ahane. Monaleen had 2 teams . Team 1 played 4 matches in Clubhouse against Bruff, Adare, Kildimo/ Pallaskenry and Crecora. It was a great morning of camogie with some great skill on display. Thanks to our 2 first whistler referees Saoirse Fallon and Niamh Twomey.
Our 2nd U11 team went out to Ahane in the afternoon for the second part of the blitz. Here we had teams from Killeedy, Croagh/ Kilfinny and hosts Ahane. Unfortunately the weather turned at this time and the poor girls played in what only could be described as artic conditions with hailstones falling non stop.
Still we got a couple of matches and again the level of skill and determination was a joy to watch. Well done to all our u11s. We will be having another blitz in the next few weeks.
Our u10s went out to Mungret with 2 teams this morning and played 2 brilliant, competitive matches in the lovely sunshine. Great start to what will be a busy u10 year.
U9s continue to train at clubhouse on Sunday mornings and are adding in a second session on Thursdays from next week.
Our u8s train at the clubhouse Sunday mornings and today they played an hour of mini matches between them which no doubt were highly competitive and good fun.
U7s train at clubhouse Sunday mornings at 11am.
Today was the second week of our newest group. The numbers are continuing to grow and we have a good few coaches on board now too. Ollie McCoy is the Head coach here.
Also Well done to all our club girls who have represented their county over the past few weeks. We are extremely proud of every girl.
We have
Caoimhe Lyons, Aoife Nelligan and Ella Hession at senior county.
Amy Burke Junior county
Saoirse Fitzgerald and Laura Southern Minor county(u18)
Eve McCarthy, Kim Ivory and Clare Moloney (U17)
Ciara Buckley, Ellie Madden, Bella Collins, Grace Field, Faye Coffey Saoirse Fallon, Niamh Twomey, Ella O Halloran, Caoimhe McInerney, and Aoife O Brien (U16)
Grace Hegarty, Carrie McCormack, Rebecca Bromell, Robyn d’ Arcy, Millie Reen, Kate Moloney, Ella Rock and Emma McGrath (U15)
Isabelle Bromell (U14)
Also super to have 2 girls on the primary schools team. Ellie Fitzgerald and Anna Regan Magner both U13
Also well done to our u12 Alanna O Connell who played alongside Ellie and Anna on the neville Cup team for the city division losing narrowly in the semi final. Great achievement
What a busy week.
Monaleen GAA Club, Old Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen
Senior Club PRO: Dan Power
Juvenile Club PRO: Conor Devane
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