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Caulry GAA PRO Notes 8th March 2015-

posted 9 Mar 2015, 01:04 by Samantha Carroll
Headlines This Week:
Lotto Results, Sympathies, Inter-County, Topaz Cash for Clubs, Heart Screening, Club Membership and Division 1 ACFL

Club Lotto
There was no winner of the jackpot of €12,400 in our draw held on 2nd of March last.
Numbers drawn: 1, 9, 10, 22
Weekly winners of the €30: Ellen O’Kelly Lynch, Joe Ganley, TJ Doyle, Emma, Hannah & Cian, Charlie Connaughton
Sellers prize €30: Egans
Thank you for your support.
Next Jackpot is €12,600 on 9th of March 2015.

The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Ledwith Family, Shurock, Mount Temple. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

Best of luck to Damien Dolan, Kevin Maguire and the rest of the Westmeath panel who take on Down in the National Football League.

Topaz Cash for Clubs
Caulry have registered for Topaz Cash for Clubs. Topaz Cash for Clubs gives clubs the chance to win money by collecting stamps. We would encourage our supporters to collect the stamps if you are purchasing fuel from Topaz. These stamps will be collected by Ronan Carroll before the 10th of May. Thank you.

Heart Screening
Heartaid Mobile Cardiac Screening is coming to the park on Saturday 21st of March. This is open to everyone over 12. You can book by calling 1890 300 333. It is free for anyone with Laya Health Care.

Club Membership
Club membership is due for payment this week to Jason Walker or any committee member.
2015 Club Membership Rate:
  • Family Membership & Lotto-€100
  • Family Membership (Covers two adults & children)-€50
  • Adult Membership-€30
  • Student & Underage Membership-€20
It is imperative that all players pay their membership immediately as any player who is not a fully paid member is not insured to represent the club.

Division 1 ACFL
Caulry 0-6
Mullingar Shamrocks 0-7
Caulry travelled to Harbour Field on Sunday last to take on Mullingar Shamrocks in their second outing of this year’s Division 1 ACFL and went down by the narrowest of margins on a score line of 0-7 to 0-6.
Mullingar started the match with a well taken free in the 5th minute. Caulry, aided with the wind in the first half, got their first score from a point in the 10th minute by David Brookes.  Brookes got his second score of the day after the ball had been brilliantly worked up the field by Michael McMahon.  Further points from David Brookes and Eoin Fox left two points between the teams at the interval on a score line of 0-5 to 0-3 in favour of Caulry.
Mullingar hit back at Caulry in the second half and by the 39th minute it was level. Michael McMahon was forced to leave the field after picking up a black card. Caulry were denied a goal in the 42nd minute and Mullingar began to push on. Joe McMahon restored any hope Caulry had with a brilliant save in the 49th minute.  After being denied a second goal, Caulry had to settle for a point.
Caulry showed great character and never gave up until the final whistle. There were outstanding performances from Alan Fitzpatrick, David Brookes, Declan Donohoe and Aaron Roarke. Even though the match didn’t finish in Caulry’s favour, there were plenty of positives to be taken from the game.
Team & Scorers: Joe McMahon, Damien Dolan, Declan Donohoe, Brian Mullarney, James Pettit, Michael McMahon, Ernie Buckley, Gary Flanagan, Alan Fitzpatrick, Eoghan Grennan, Sean Doyle, Eoin Fox (0-1, 1f), David Brookes (0-5, 3f), Robbie Kenny, Stephen Woods
Subs: Harry Hughes for Ernie Buckley, Eoin Donohoe for Eoin Fox, Aaron Roarke for Stephen Woods, Hugh Allen for Aaron Roarke