Congratulations to Denise McGuire, Augha, Rooskey and Mark Feeney, Scramogue who got married recently in the Sacred Heart Church, Kilglass with the reception in Donamon Castle, Roscommon. We wish them many years of happiness.
Congratulations to all in VistaMed, Rooskey on their big Lotto win, the third jackpot win in the Rooskey area.
At the draw held in Cox’s, there was no jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 1, 6, 13 and 18. The €50 winner was John G Diffley, Rooskey. The €25 winners were Patricia Shanley, Dromod; Hilary Phelan, Drumsna and Mary Kavanagh,Kilmore. The next draw takes place on Sunday night in Duignan’s, Drumsna with a jackpot of €5,500.
Congratulations to our neighbours Carrick on winning the senior final and Mohill on winning the junior and St Manachan’s on winning the minor.
Bingo in Newtownforbes
Monster bingo in Clonguish GAA Complex on Sunday, October 26 at 3pm.
Youth Leaders wanted for Drumsna Foroige: Parents please consider giving one and a half hours each Wednesday from 7 to 8.30pm. Contact Bernie at 086 3185278 or call into the meetings.
A children’s handbag was handed in to Drumsna Sacristy.
Congratulations to Ray Bohan and Helen Smith, Annaduff Glebe who were married in Aughnasheelin Church recently. The reception was held in the Bush Hotel. They are wished many years of happiness together.
Filming for Ken Loache’s film ‘Jimmys Hall’ took place in Drumsna on Wednesday week last. Lower Main Street and across the Bridge into Roscommon were the focus as the guards brought Jimmy to Carrick . Barry Ward plays Jimmy Gralton who was shamefully deported from Ireland in the 1930’s. The film is due for release next Summer.
Children’s Karate Classes
Karate Classes for Children in Rooskey Community Centre every Tuesday from 5.45 to 6.45pm. Children 6 years and upwards welcome.
Wonderful new book ‘Leitrim Treasure’ on sale and is available in all good Bookshops including Duignan’s of Drumsna.
The U-16 Championship, Eleven-a-Side game Annaduff v Bornacoola, played at Dromod, on Saturday, October 12 was a thriller. The final score was a draw, Annaduff 3-5, Bornacoola 2-8. Both sets of players are to be congratulated on serving up a magnificent and clean contest. The last time these two met was last spring. Bornacoola had a big win then.
Per Sean Quigley, Annaduff were 1-1 up after 3 minutes. From then until the 21st minute, Bor scored an unanswered 1-7. Colm Murray got a point to leave it 1-7 to 1-2 at the break. On the resumption, Colm scored another point but Bor replied with a similar minor. Annaduff were now on the attack and a Quigley penalty goal was followed by a Conor Cronin point, from a free, and a cracking goal from youthful Michael Cox. The Duffs were two ahead. In the last minute, it looked “all over”as Bor struck back with a well-taken goal. In the last moment of extra time, Colm Murray kept his nerve and floated over a great free to level it up.
Such are the rules that it is almost certain that these two teams will be meeting again soon. Depending on results,they may meet in a play-off or in the Final proper.