No Lotto Winner / Night at the Dogs / Minors Win in League / Feile na nÓg / Upcoming Fixtures - 07/04/2017

We had no winner of this week's jackpot, the numbers drawn were 12, 17 and 21. Consolation prizes: €50 Pat O'Sullivan, Froe; €30 Fintan O'Mahony, Ballinaclough; €20 Bob Kelly, Ardagh; €20 O'Reilly's Centra Voucher, Darren Murphy, Burgatia. Next weeks draw will take place in the Abbey Bar with a jackpot of €5,240.

Night at the Dogs 2017
 Rangers GAA club are holding a “night at the Dogs” fundraiser at Curraheen Park on Friday the 21st April 2017. It promises to be a great night, with the “Andy Scannell Cup” as a special guest on the night. Tickets are €10 each or  family tickets are available for €20, this includes admission and race card as well as entry to a draw on the night. For more information or to sponsor an advert on the race programme, please contact Jeremy Murphy on 087 265 2000 or Mick Connelly on 086 258 3773.

Minor Footballers
Well done to the minor footballers who played Midleton on Sunday morning last in the Premier 2 league and won on a final score of 1-14 to 2-5. In a close first half, Midleton got an early goal to take an early lead, but Ross responded well through a well worked goal from Patrick Hurley; at the break the teams were level on a score of 1-4 each. In the second half some good point scoring from the Ross lads saw them win out on a final score of 1-14 to 2-5.
Team: Aaron O'Brien, Dermot Kerr, Stephen O'Donoghue, Mark O'Sullivan, Peter O'Sullivan, Peter Óg Hill, Cathal Hennessy, Brendan Kingston, John O'Brien, James O'Riordan, Chris Prendergast, Patrick Hurley, Jack O'Regan, J P Eady, Alan O'Rourke. Subs: Darragh Hayes, John Hodnett, Jack Maguire, Eoghan Hayes.
On Friday night, March 31st, the under 16 footballers travelled to play Carrigaline in their Premier 1 league game. Carrigaline lead at half time on a score of 1-6 to 0-5 and went on to win by a goal on a final score of 1-12 to 0-12.

Feile na nÓg
The under 14 footballers travelled to Togher on Saturday last to take part in the Evening Echo, Feile na nÓg. Carbery Rangers were in a group with St. Finbarrs, Na Piarsaig, Eire Og and Mallow; The Ross lads started off very well, winning their first 2 games against Mallow and Eire Og, but in the third game of the day Na Piarsaig got a penalty to win with the last kick of the game; then in their final game they lost to St. Finbarrs. Well done to all involved.

Upcoming Fixtures
On Sunday evening April 9th, the senior footballers play Valley Rovers at home in Ardagh in the Kelleher Shield at 6pm and on the following night, Monday the 10th of April, the under 12 footballers are in action against Clonakilty in Clonakilty at 7pm in their league. Please check locally to make sure that these fixtures haven't changed.


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