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Congratulations to Mary and Mickie Byrne, Spa Brae, Kinlough who won the Jackpot of €1200.00 in the Melvin Gaels Lotto draw held in Gilbrides, Rossinver on Sunday night, February 3rd. The numbers drawn were- 5, 10, 15 and 20.
The next draw will take place in Mc Gloins, Kinlough on Sunday February 17th and the Jackpot will be €1000.00.
New Chairman for Bord na nÓg
There was a large attendance at the Annual General Meeting of Bord na nÓg on Sunday evening in the Community Centre. David Gillespie takes on the job as Chairman and he succeeds Mark Cleary. The outgoing Secretary Mary Mc Sharry and Treasurer, Sean Mc Gowan were elected for another year.
Outgoing Chairman, Mark Cleary reflected on what a very successful year 2012 was for the Club at all levels and he thanked everyone involved.
Good Luck to all on Sunday
After a narrow defeat on Sunday in Limerick we hope the Leitrim team get back to winning ways on Sunday when they take on Clare. Good luck to the Gaels lads and all the Leitrim team and mentors.
“Tour de Melvin” Fun Cycle Run
A Fun Cycle Run around Lough Melvin will be held on Sunday February 17th in aid of the Melvin Gaels player’s injury fund and the Lydia Branley Trust Fund.
It will start at Kinlough Community Centre and will go around Lough Melvin finishing at the Community Centre where there will be refreshments.
Entry fee is €10 which will be donated to the funds. Registration commences at 9am. Draw on the day for prizes for entrants. Everyone welcome to take part.
Any enquiries Contact Joe Mc Carron 087 9520036
McGowan Clan Gathering 2013
A meeting will be held in the Community Centre on Wednesday next February 6th at 8pm to organise the McGowan Clan Gathering which takes place on the August Bank Holiday weekend 2nd to 5th. Everybody who wishes to get involved and has any ideas is asked to come along. Anyone who has any old photographs of different events in Kinlough over the years should contact any of the Committee as an exhibition is planned for the weekend in August.
Vintage Tractor Project
The restoration of the 1962 Massey Ferguson 35 is now complete and the tractor will be unveiled at the Community Centre at 12.30 pm on Saturday, St Patrick’s Day . It will then be taken to Ballyshannon and Bundoran to take part in the Parades.
The work on the tractor began in the first week of January this year when a group of local famers and enthusiasts got together to assist the Club with this fundraising project.
Tickets for the raffle for the tractor, which takes place at a dance in the Allingham Hotel, Bundoran on October 12 now go on sale at €5 each or five for €20. Tickets will also soon be available to buy on the club website shop here.
The Club would like to thank everyone who helped with this project.
The numbers drawn in the Melvin Gaels Lotto Draw held in the Wellington Bar on Sunday night March 4th were 1,2,4 and 9. There was no Jackpot winner. Other winners were, €40 James Farrell, Dromahaire; €20 each Barbara Conlon, Dromahair; Liam Gilmartin, Kinlough; and Michael McGowan, Gubacreeney, Kinlough.
Next draw in the Diamond Bar, Tullaghan on Sunday march 18, Jackpot €3000.00.
Games at the Weekend
On Sunday at 2pm the Intermediate team take on Allen Gaels in Melvin Park in Round 2 of League Division 3.
On Monday at 2pm the Shield begins with a game , again in Melvin Park, against St Marys.
Good Luck to all.
Well done to all the Leitrim lads on their win against London on Sunday and good luck against Clare on Sunday.
Open Day and Registration
The recent Open Day and Registration organised for the Underage players was a great success with around seventy young people attending.
Thanks to Thomas Keenan who attended.
Thanks also to all who attended and helped on the day.
Well Done Lads
Well done to Paul Brennan and Conor Sheridan and all the Leitrim team, on the great win over Clare on Sunday.
Good luck next weekend.
Club membership is now due for 2011.
Membership for the year is 25 Euro and 50 Euro for inclusion in the Club lotto for the year.
Membership should be given to the treasurer, Joe Mc Carron or any of the Club Committee members.
Bord na Nog
The outgoing chairman of Bord na Nog, Mark Cleary, was re-elected and Mary Mc Sharry is continuing as Secretary.
Sean Mc Gowan, Agharrow is the new Treasurer.
Good luck to all the officers in 2011.