We were beaten on Saturday by 1-22 to 1-8 by Dromahair in Dromahair. Despite a bright start by Annaduff, Dromahair were much the better team and were deserving winners. The home side led at half time by 1-12 to 0-5. The second half followed a similar pattern with Dromahair running out easy winners. Annaduff: Jim McCormack, Dean Gill, Nigel Cox, Gary Bohan, James Cox, David Duignan, Michael Lynch, Dillon Kane, Cathal Cox, Matty Cox, Ray Cox (1-5), Daniel Duignan, Kenny Cox, Sean McNabola (0-3), Ronan Conroy. Subs used: Hugh Moylan (for M.Lynch), James Riordan (for D. Duignan), Matthew Reynolds (for R.Conroy), Michael Lynch (for M. Reynolds (Black card).
Death of Vincie
Deepest Sympathy is extended to the Reynolds family on the death of Vincie Reynolds, Corduff, Annaduff. Removal took place to St. Mary’s Church, Annaduff with burial in the adjoining Cemetery. May he rest in Peace.
Congratulations to Des Guckian, Derrywillow on his election to Leitrim County Council as an Independent. Congratulations to Sinead Guckian, Drumsna on retaining her seat and hard luck to John Ward, Gortinty who lost his seat after five years of hard work. Congrats also to Sean McGowan and Enda Stenson on retaining their seats.
Congratulations to Mark and Maggie Rowley, Moher on the birth of a baby girl to be called, Eden.
Congratulations to Maeve Rowley, Drumcree on her engagement to Mel Cronin, Meath. Congratulations to Barry Carley, Furnace on his engagement to Eimear McDermott, Ck-on-Shannon.
Deepest sympathy is extended to Margaret Tighe, Shannon View, Rooskey on the death of her mother, Agnes Davis, Derrane. May she rest in Peace.