Four Masters GAA – Club Notes –12th October 2021
Club Development Draw
The second of our ten weekly club development draws took place on Thursday night in Specsavers on the Diamond, Donegal Town. Prizes totaling €2,400 plus a bonus prize were won. This is the list of winners and the ticket sellers:
1st – €1,000 – Nigel Graham – Seller: Damien Cassidy
2nd – €500 – Marty McDermott – Seller: Greg Doherty
3rd – €300 – Lee Jordan – Seller: Greg McGroary
4th – €200 – Rachel & Hannah Crawford – Seller: Mary Crawford
5th – €200 – Nigel Bell – Seller: Corinne Cullen
6th – €200 – Paul O’Donnell – Seller: Rory O’Donnell
Bonus Prize (€100 voucher sponsored by Irwins Hardware) – Una McMullin – Seller: Joyce McMullin
Thanks to everyone for supporting our development draw. Congratulations to all our prize winners on the night and remember there are 8 more draws still to go. Tickets can still be bought for the remaining draws online at www.fourmastersdraw.com or from any committee member.
Results from the Lotto draw held on Tuesday October 5th
There was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot of €800 in Week 13 of the 2021/2022 season.
The winners of €50 Dom’s Pier 1 Vouchers in the Lucky Dip were Mella Britton, Main Street and Alain Carbin, c/o O’ Dowd Donnelly Carbin Insurance Brokers Ltd. The numbers drawn were 6, 14, 18 & 21.
New members are always welcome so why not play online before 4.00pm on Monday and be in with a chance of winning the €900 jackpot. Play now at https://clubforce.com/…/gaa-four-masters-g-a-a-club…/
Results and Team News
Senior Reserve Football
Well done to our Senior Reserve team who won their Round 4 championship game in Glenfin on Saturday evening on a scoreline on Glenfin 2-06 Four Masters 5-19
Team and scorers:
Oisin Bryson, Diarmuid O Donnell, Darren Walsh, Brian Peter Gallagher, Declan Bushell, Aaron McCrea, James McHugh, Senan Quinn (0-02), Ryan Haughey, Evan Gallagher (1-00), Joe Leape (0-02), Dermot Slevin (1-06, 2f), Matthew McKenna (0-02), Barry McBrearty (2-05), Gerard McBrearty (1-01)
Subs: Eoghan Corley, James McMullin (0-01), Raymie McGroary
Hard luck to our senior team who lost their Round 4 championship game away to Glenfin on Saturday evening on a scoreline of Glenfin 0-20 Four Masters 0-06
Team and scorers:
Martin Cassidy, Brian Fegan, Dylan Kennedy, Cathal Canavan, Darragh Geary, Aidan McHugh, Jamie Crawford, Richard O Rourke, Patrick Reid, Alex McCalmont. Jason Duignan, Leo McHugh (0-01), Shay Travers (0-04, 3f), Cian Hegarty, Conor McMonagle (0-01)
Subs: Caolán Loughney, Darren Doherty, Brian Peter Gallagher, Matthew McKenna
Under 17 Boys Football
Hard luck to our U17 Boys who lost out narrowly to MacCumhaills in the county semi final on a scoreline of 1.08 to 1.07 .It was a truly heroic performance from this young team who left it all out on the field this evening.
Trailing by 3 points going into the last ten minutes they dug deep to bring it back to all level going into injury time. However MacCumhaills went back into the lead with a very soft free in front of goals and despite their best efforts the boys just could not find an equalizer.
It was a bitter end to a great match but the boys can take great comfort from how they have improved and played as a team this year.
They certainly did the club proud .
Thanks to the team and management for their hard work this season .
A special thanks to Ethan mac Nulty , Dan Dunnion , Conor Reid , Conor Gillespie ,Ross o Keeney and Ethan Potter who now move on to adult football next season.
And to the rest of the squad we look forward to seeing them back representing the club at u17 level again next season .
Four Masters GAA Football Academy is up and running on Saturday mornings in Tir Conaill Park. New players, parents and helpers always welcome each week.
🏐10am to 11am – U4 /U5 boys and girls (born in 2017/2016)
🏐11.15am to 12.15pm – U6 boys and girls (born in 2015)
Contact Rory O’Donnell (087)8872283 or Charlie Martin (087) 6330996 with your child’s name and year of birth to be added to groups for messages.
Under 15 Boys Football
Good luck our U15 boys who take on Naomh Conail on Tuesday evening at 7.30 PM in Convoy Centre of Excellence.
Our lads got through to the final having beaten Naomh Brid in the semi final with the Glenties lads overcoming Killybegs.
The game was originally set for Sunday morning but due to a couple of the lads playing with the 17’s, Glenties kindly agreed to change the fixture which we thank them for.
It promises to be another great battle between these two well matched teams but hopefully our lads can take the spoils tomorrow evening.
Regardless of the result both teams have already qualified for the County quarter finals which take place next Sunday .
Best of Luck to the team and management.