Four Masters GAA – Club Notes – 22nd June 2021
There was no winner of this week’s €400 Lotto Jackpot, Drawn numbers were 3, 9, 12 & 21.
The winners of the €50 Doms Pier1 Vouchers – Derek McGinty, Clarlougheske & Pauric McNulty, Milltown. That concludes 50 draws for 20/21. New Lotto Year 21/22 starts 12th July with Jackpot €500.
New players are always welcome so play now at any of our ticket booths in various retail locations around the town, or online at https://clubforce.com/clubs/gaa-four-masters-g-a-a-club-donegal/
Congratulations to Paul Diver, Rossylongan / Sandhouse Hotel who scooped the club lotto jackpot of €2,300 in the draw on 17th May.
Fixtures for week beginning Monday 21st June
🔹Wednesday 23rd June
⚾Senior Hurling – Ulster Junior Hurling League
Healy Park, Omagh 20:00 OMAGH ST ENDA’S vs FOUR MASTERS
🏐SRB Group 1 U11
Venue: Four Masters, (Round 2), Four Masters V Ardara 18:30,
🔹Thursday 24th June
⚾ U11 Hurling South
Venue: Dungloe, (Round 2), Dungloe V Four Masters 19:30
🔹Friday 25th June
🏐Division 5 South
Venue: Four Masters, (Round: Round 1), Four Masters V Naomh Conaill 19:00
🏐A/C Under 17 Championship Div 1
Venue: Termon, (Round 3), Termon V Four Masters 19:30,
🔹Sunday 26th June
🏐Senior and Reserve Men’s Football Div 3
Venue: Connolly Park, (Round: Round 3), Seniors – Malin V Four Masters 17:30. Reserves – Malin V Four Masters 19:00,
🔹Monday 28th June
SRB U13 D1 and D2
D1 – Venue: Four Masters, (Round 4), Four Masters V Aodh Ruadh Ballyshannon
D2 – Venue: Four Masters, (Round 4), Four Masters V Bundoran
Results and Team News
Well done to senior hurlers on Wednesday night as they got their 2nd win of the South Ulster League campaign in a hard fought encounter against Erne Gaels in Tir Conaill Park.
Final score: 4-14 to 3-11
Team: Shane Patton, Shaun Campbell, Shane McNulty, Dermot McGuckian, Dylan Thomas, Stephen Pearson, Eoin McCauley, Sean Mulhearn (0-02 1f), Ciaran McGrory, Cahir McBrearty, Jason Duignan (0-01), Colm Hunter (1-07 4f), Evan Towey (2-00), Thomas Caulfield (1-03), Darragh Martin,
Subs: David Rogers, Ciaran Rogers, Ian Phillips (0-01), Victor Mitchell, Kieran Daly, Daniel Hayden
Minor Boys Football
Hard luck to our U17’s who went down to a 0-10 to 2-08 defeat to Mac Cumhaills in Tir Conaill Park. The boys led 6pts to 5pts at half time in a very competitive half of football. A good start to the second half saw the boys extend their lead, create and squander some great goal chances before two quick fire goals before the second water break set Mac Cumhaills up for victory. The team never gave up and can be proud of their efforts. The boys play away to Termon next Friday at 7.30pm.
Under 13 Boys Football
Well done to our U13 Division 1 and Division 2 teams who both won their games on Monday evening against Naomh Conaill and Naomh Ultan respectively.
Our senior football team kickstarted their Division 3 league campaign with a good home win against Burt at Tir Conaill Park. The home side were looking for an improved performance from last week’s outing against Fanad and ran out deserving winners today in a game they led from start to finish. Four Masters won some good primary possession around the middle of the park and worked some good scoring opportunities throughout the game. Both sides conceded a lot of turnovers and Four Masters will have identified a number of work-on’s for next weekend’s fixture away to Malin. Burt never gave up and tacked on some scores during the final quarter to close the gap. However Four Masters did enough to close out the game on a winning scoreline of 0-11 to 0-06
Team and scorers:
Ryan Haughey, Cathal Canavan, Eoghan Corley, Brian Peter Gallagher, Richard O Rourke (0-03, 2f), Brian Fegan, Ryan Hegarty, Patrick Reid, Kevin McBrearty, Odhran Quinn (0-03) Shay Travers (0-03, 3f), Leo McHugh, Killian Faulkner (0-01, 1f), David Quinn, Cian Hegarty (0-01)
Subs: Aidan McHugh, Sean Meehan (b/c), Darren Doherty, Neil Ward, Darragh Geary, Cathal Feeney, Martin Cassidy
Under 7 and Under 9 Hurling
Well done to our young hurlers who played Aodh Ruadh this morning in what was their first outing of the season. 35 players from our U7 and U9 groups played out a number of games with their opponents and all did brilliantly. The future of hurling in Four Masters is certainly bright .
Four Masters GAA club would like to extend our sincere condolences to John, Kevin and all the Sinclair family on the sad passing of Stephen.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam