Carryduff GAC round-up …..

By Staff Reporter

Lottery results for 11 October 2011

Numbers drawn: 2 – 8 – 9 – 21.   No jackpot winner this week.

Congratulations to the winners who matched three numbers:  Mairead Swail, Tom McEneaney, Patrick Carville, Brendan Kerr, Pat Maguire, Patricia Farnan, Fiona Magennis and Rosaleen McNally who won £21 each.

Next week’s estimated jackpot is £4367.

 

Club Formal

The Club Formal will take place on Saturday 19 November 2011 in La Mon House Hotel.

Tickets will be available from this weekend priced at £35 and at £32.50 for Club Carryduff members. Contact Catherine (07511926394), Briedge (07818813994) or Teresa (90813969) to obtain your tickets.

Trio at 167 Ormeau Road (www.triobelfast.co.uk) are offering discount to all Carryduff GAC members attending the formal. Bring along your formal ticket to avail of your discount. Car parking available at the rear of the building.

 

Sports Injury related First Aid Training Courses

Members will recall the recent appeal for volunteers to join with the existing First Aid team to build up a core of members with updated training in this area of health and safety club management.

Two courses have now been planned and will be held on Saturday 29 October and again on Saturday 12 November at the St John Ambulance Training Unit in Erne, Knockbracken Healthcare Park.

Only three places remain to be filled – two for the 29 October session and one place on the 12 November programme.

The club would urgently appeal to anyone who would consider taking up these places, which will be included in the cost if they remain vacant. Please contact Billy Kelly by text, phone or email to book one of these places – Mobile 07769658184  –  email  billy.kelly2@btinternet.com

 

Primary schools

Congratulations to the Carryduff P6 and P7 teams that competed in the Carrickcruppen Tournament on Sunday October 9 2011 and did so well, beating Crossmaglen in the final of the Cup competition and beating Carrickcruppen in the final of the P6 competition. We all look forward to seeing these young stars continue to develop.

 

ACFL Division 3

Carryduff                           2-11

Attical                                 1-8

Carryduff secured two further league points when Attical visited Páirc Aodha Dhuibh on Sunday 16 October.

Seán Molloy opened the scoring with a point in the first minute and Andy Moorehead added a second in the second minute.

Cian Slevin’s third minute goal put five between the teams before Attical settled and opened their scoring with two points in the fourth minute of play.

Joe McFlynn stretched the Carryduff lead with his eleventh minute point and Ronan Lawlor played him through a moment later to add Carryduff’s second goal.

From this point on Attical were always chasing the game. Although they converted two frees, Carryduff continued to pressure for the reminder of the half and three further points from Molloy and one from midfielder McMahon gave Carryduff a commanding 2-07 to 0-04 lead at the break.

Carryduff opened the second half strongly with further points from McMahon (31st) and Molloy (32nd) before Attical added a fifth score from a converted free in the 41st minute.

Conor McCullough broke forward from the half back line to point in the 42nd minute of play.

Then Attical enjoyed a purple patch in the middle of the half, taking a 46th minute goal and three points between the 50th and 52nd minutes.

The tempo of the game waned and the final score was claimed by McFlynn to give Carryduff a six-point victory on a score-line of Carryduff 2-11 Attical 1-08.

 

Carryduff: Kieran Lavery, Gavin Hassin, James McKernan, Ruairi McKay, Conor McCullough, Barry O’Neill, Peter Lavery, Tony McMahon, Jonny Henry, Seán Molloy, Ronan Lawlor, Joe McFlynn, Paul O’Neill, Cian Slevin, Andy Moorehead. Subs: Aodhan McGoran for Seán Molloy, Thomas Artherton for Gavin Hassin, Ryan O’Neill for Ronan Lawlor, Conor Beatty for Andy Moorehead, Seán Molloy for Conor McCullough

 

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