Lotto: There was no winner of last week's Jackpot Prize of €3200. The numbers drawn
were 3, 6, 22, and 23. There were 3 Match 3 Winners: Francine McKenna (P), Toneysilloga,
Al McKenna, Drumcondra, and Brendan Murphy c/o Terry's. Sellers' Prizes: Weekly
- Anna Rose McClave, Yearly - Barry Treanor. Next week's Jackpot Prize is €3300.
The lotto draw takes place at 10.30pm sharp every Sunday Night, any lottos received
after the draw takes place will be deferred until the following week's draw. Lotto
can now be done online - go to truagh.club to see details.
Res Lge Div 1: Latton v Gaeil Triucha Sat 3rd March at 4pm in Latton
Archive Project: To celebrate our 60th Anniversary Gaeil Triucha is undertaking
an archive project where we are trying to collate photos and any material written
or otherwise which relates to the club since it's foundation in 1958. If anyone
has any photos or material that may be relevant please could you forward this material
to Deirdre Skinnader (Office Adminstrator). Deirdre will be present in St. Mellans
every Monday between 9.30 am and 1pm. All items will be scanned and returned to
the owners immediately
Mass for deceased members of the club will take place on Fri 2nd March at 7.30pm
in St. Mellans at 7.30pm.
Club Membership Night in St. Mellans this Fri 23rd March 8pm-10pm for Adult Membership
and remaining Juvenile Membership.
A Night of Recollection will take place in St. Mellans on Sat 10th March at 9pm.
Guests of Honour on the night will be the surviving members of the first committee
and team of 1958.
'Ireland Lights Up': This initiative in conjunction with Operation Transformation
will continue for 1 more week. Everyone welcome and we will see you on the running
track between 7pm - 9pm next Monday.
Ulster Juvenile Champioships. The girls U13 singles Ulster final between Aoibhinn
Mc Cluskey & Bronagh Farley of Tyrone was played in Beragh Tuesday past, Aoibhinn
got of to a good start and lead 8-3 at one stage but Bronagh came back and won it
15-8, the second game was also tit for tat up until midway and Bronagh pulled away
winning it 15-7, this was a game that Aoibhinn could and should have won, with a
bit more determination she would have pulled it over the line, but every game is
a learning curve and we hope that she will learn from this game as to close out a
game when the opportunity arises.
Ulster Juvenile Championships. Congratulations to John Treanor(T) who won his Ulster
Emerald Masters “B” final in Belfast Sunday past, there he faced Philip O'Neill also
from Belfast, this game turned into a 3 game marathon match, the first John took
control and sailed through to win 21-10, the 2nd was a tougher game and was tit for
tat as both players traded points but John lost it 21-17, the 3rd game was something
similar to the second game as no one was giving ground and traded points throughout,
John pulled on a lot of his opponents serves and didn’t let the game settle and so
he grinded it out 21-16 to take the title for his second Ulster title in a row, well
Adult Club Singles. The Gola Furniture and Silver Hill competitions are down to finals
now and we hope to have the finals fixed for next week.
Adult Club Doubles. The club doubles competitions have been drawn up and will be
out in circulation, it is vital all players turn up as a “no-show” lets another 3
people down, so please make sure that all players are in attendance when the fixture
Adult County Finals. Good luck to Dermot Boyle and Brendy Keenan as they play in
the U21 and Nov4 County finals respectively, Dermot plays Killian Sherry of Tydavnet
in the U21 final Thursday night @ 7pm in the Harps and Brendy plays Michael Duffy
also in the Harps fixed for 8pm, good luck to both players.
Cumann na mBunscol. Good luck to Fiona Flood as she takes to her All Ireland Semi
Final in the girls U13 Singles Cumann na mBunscol competition in Kingscourt this
We wish to express condolences to the family of the late Peter Sherry, Aughnacloy,
RIP. Peter was a former Gaeil Triucha Player and was Captain of the first Gaeil
Triucha Team. He played for many local teams before our club was founded and also
represented Tyrone and Derry at county level. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.