Great news today, you can know do our club Lotto online. Please make sure to share with family and friends home and abroad. Thanks for supporting CLG Naomh Bríd 💚🖤
There was no overall winner of this weeks lotto draw. The jackpot now stands at €3,550. The winning Numbers were 6, 8, 10,12 & 19.
The €25 winners are:
- Hugh Cassidy
- Marian Doherty
- Sean M Quinn
- Mc Daid Clan
The next draw will take place in the Bay Bush Bar on 29th of July.
Lotto tickets can be bought in Cassidy’s Shop, Ballintra, Bay Bush Bar, Ballintra, Ballintra PO, The Salmon Inn, Mullinasole, Country Inn, Ballinkillew, Dew Drop Inn, Laghey and 7 Arches, Laghey. Lotto tickets are also on sale on Match days. Thank you for supporting CLG Naomh Brid.
Congratulations to The Abbey Vocational School and our own 8 lads on becoming u13.5 Ulster champions. It was brilliant to such a strong club representation in the team. Great to see a young Naomh Bríd man Aaron Mc Grory Captain an ulster winning team. Well done to all involved #NAOMHBRÍDABÚ💚🖤
The lads got a hard earned 1-5 to 0-8 draw away to Red Hughs yesterday in an intriguing and physical game of football. Red Hughs got of to a better start in the first half and went in at the break 3 up. Naomh Brid battle hard in the 2nd half and clawed backed the deficit thanks to a Gary Mc Cafferty goal soon after the lads went ahead with a Darragh Brogan free but with only 40 seconds left on the clock Red Hughs won a free and slotted over the bar. The lads will feel this was game they could of got more from after missing a few good opportunities they created but overall the lads can be proud of that 2nd half performance and taking a point from Killygordan.
Once again it was great to see a massive support down for the lads and really gives them a great boost, they will need ye all out again in full force next Sunday in Trummon as we welcome near neighbours Naomh Ultan. More detail to follow
Team: Paur Mc Daid, Richard Walsh, Sam Burgess, Liam Duffy, Eoin Mc Garrigle, Ross Gallagher, Jamie Timoney, Gearoid Gallagher, Sean Gormely, Declan Mc Cafferty, Gary Mc Cafferty, Ryan O Leary, Ryan Brogan, Darragh Brogan, John Mc Nulty.
Subs used: Eoin Quinn for John Mc Nulty(50)
Scorers: Gary Mc Cafferty 1-1, Darragh Brogan 0-2
Gearoid Gallagher 0-2
The Reserves unfortunately came up short against a very strong and youthful Red Hughs side who are sitting pretty at the top of the table with 5 wins from 5 The game was played 13 aside which left alot space on the pitch. The first 20 minutes with a close affair with our lads putting up a good battle but with the fitness and the pace of this youthful Red Hughs side the eventually pulled away. The lads put in a hard shift and never gave up and they can now enjoy next weekend off as they have no game and regroup and go at it again in 2 weeks time.
Team: Lorcan Mc Grory, Jason Gallagher, Michael Travers, Paul Diver, Michael Gallagher, Callam Mc Grory, Steven Doherty, Dermot Langan, Billy Harron, Stephen Mc Daid, Christy Price, Jack Gallagher, Diarmaid Mc Gee
Subs usesd: Keelan Heeney for Steven Doherty(black card),
** SENIORS AND RESERVES**
Both our teams are away to Red Hughs this coming Sunday.
Our seniors got a good win away to fanad last week and will look to carry that momentum forward to this Sunday against a strong Red Hughs side who are unbeaten in 3 and are Current County and Ulster Junior Champions. The same fixture last year threw up one victory for Naomh Bríd and a draw. Sundays game should be another close battle, and both teams will fancy their chances of picking up a result.
Our reserves are still on the hunt for their first 2 points of the campaign but after a strong performance away to Glenties last Monday and unlucky to pick up a result Mickey and the lads will be looking to pick up a victory this Sunday. The lads are improving with every game and with a good performance this Sunday the wont be too far way from a win. Red Hughs Reserves are also unbeaten in the league this year winning all 3 games. With the lads pushing hard to get a win it makes for exciting game this Sunday.
🏐 Easter camp 🏐
Great day was had by all at day one of our Easter camp today
Just a little reminder for tomorrow
Please bring along Waterproof jacket, Hat, Warm clothes, towel and a spare
Change of clothes, socks etc
Just incase of rain .Packed lunch and suitable drink
Hopefully we will see some more faces tomorrow.
Camp starts at 9:50am