McCartin S.D. success
The McCartin SD ended the dancing year 2013/14 on a high note recently with huge success at the CRN All Ireland Irish Dancing Championships in City West Hotel and Conference Centre, Dublin and in the World Irish Dancing Championships which were held in the TF Theatre Royal, Mayo. A total of 46 dancers from the school collected an impressive haul of 140 prizes between the two major events, which saw competitors from all corners of the world taking part. The successful dancers were as follows: Kayla Gill, Fenagh, Ornagh Cox, Ballyconnell, Caitlin Quinn, Drumreilly, Clara O Kelly, Drumeela,
Shauna Murray, Ballyconnell, Gemma Mc Namara, Cloone, Sophie Mc Greal, Dowra, Rose Mc Loughlin, Fenagh, Sarah Greene, Aughavas, Tara Galligan
Maguire, Drumreilly, James Gilheany, Fenagh, Brian Óg Murphy, Killeshandra, Darragh Gunn, Aughnasheelin, Eadaoin Casey, Aughavas, Conor Edwards, Newtowngore, Ella Stringer, Aughawillan, Edel Kiernan,
Carrigallen, Lisa Gill, Cloone, Oníosa Mimna, Drumreilly, Sinead Edwards, Newtowngore, Helen O Rourke, Corlough, Aliene Mc Partland, Kildallan, Dawn Hackett, Bornacoola, Kate Gilheany, Fenagh, Orla Kiernan, Carrigallen, Stephanie Daly, Drumreilly, Emma Sorohan, Gortletteragh, Ellen Keegan, Cloone, Aoibheann Flynn, Ballinamore, Barry Taylor, Newtowngore, Ella Galligan Maguire, Drumreilly, Shane McGourty, Mohill. Luke Murphy, Killeshandra, Ciara Gaffney, Drumreilly, Paula McPartland, Kildallan, Cian Mc Govern, Fenagh, Marese Masterson, Carrigallen, Shannon Edwards, Newtowngore, Clodagh Mitchell, Mohill, Rachel Mc Intyre, Aughavas, Tom Gilheany, Fenagh, Deirbhile Currid, Aughavas, Louise Cafferty, Gorvagh, Niamh Donegan, Drumreilly, Aoife Cafferty, Gorvagh and Caoimhe Gaffney, Drumreilly. Congratulations to the dancers on the wonderful success and to their teacher Karl McCartin ADCRN.
Following their defeat against Gortletteragh in the opening round of the Senior Championship, Drumreilly showed vast improvement by defeating Kiltubrid by 1-10 to 1-7 in Páirc Seán, Ck on Shannon on last Saturday evening. They took an early lead with a 2nd minute point courtesy of Nigel Maguire, followed by a second score two minutes later when the flying James Holahan put Conor Gaffney through. Kiltubrid levelled the scores and took the lead in the 14th minute. Brian Fee gave his side parity five minutes later, and in the 22nd minute reliable free-taker Nigel Maguire gave Drumreilly a
short-lived lead, taken away by Dermot McKeon. With the interval beckoning Dermot Holahan reacted best to a ball that came down from high on the right upright as he arrowed to the net. The goal proved inspirational, lifting the winners’ game to a higher plain in which they picked off unanswered scores from Nigel Maguire (pt.) and Brian Fee (2pts.) in the final minutes of the half to leave the interval score sheet reading 1-7 to 0-4. On the resumption Drumreilly suffered early anxious moments when Kiltubrid, through for a possible goal, spurned the opportunity. Surrendering possession all too easily they allowed Kiltubrid to profit with a point each from the boots of James
Gill and Eoin Dolan to narrow the gap to four points. With high-fielding midfielder Declan Maxwell performing tirelessly all over the pitch and John McKeon fetching safely under the cross-bar Kiltubrid were denied richer reward. Midway through the half Maxwell and Brian Fee combined well for the latter to stretch the winners’ lead to five points. Kiltubrid, building from defence were cruelly denied by the Drumreilly crossbar as a sizzling drive cannoned to safety. By contrast Drumreilly continued to enjoy good fortune as
their most prolific forward Brian Fee, gaining possession from a kick-out finished his solo with his fifth point. Kiltubrid, in arrears by six points were in no mood for surrender, and pushed forward with menace, only to see a sizzling shot canon off the woodwork, but on this occasion it ended in the net. Nigel Maguire lifted the siege with a fine point. In the dying minutes disciplined defending by all, with the duo McKeon- Maxwell especially prominent and a top-drawer save by goalie Mick McGirl enabled Drumreilly to weather the storm, and confine Kiltubrid to their last point. The following was the Drumreilly panel: Mick McGirl, Ronan McCartin, Seán Fee, Anthony
Holahan, Graeme Taylor, John McKeon, Donal McCabe, Declan Maxwell, Nigel Maguire (4pts.), Cormac Maguire, James Holahan, Brian Fee
(5pts.), Dylan Mimna, Conor Gaffney, Dermot Holahan (goal), Ollie Maguire, Fergal Mitchell, Niall Gallogly, Adrian McGirl, Niall Maguire, Gerard Houston, Charlie McElchar and Ciaran Mitchell.
Winners at Bingo
The following were among the winners on last Friday night in Drumreilly Community Centre: Mary Curran, Aughavas, Mary Conway, Drumnamore, Dympna Gray, Ballinamore, Brigid Smith, Mahana, Debbie Keaney, Aughacashel, Breda McGoldrick, Corlough, Tony Galligan, Killeshandra, Pauline Darcy, Aughawillan, Michael Donohoe, Drumcoura, Andrew McNiff, Carrickmakeegan, Thomas Tierney, Carrigallen, Lily Sorahan, Gortletteragh, Ódhran Gray, Moyne, Kathleen Gray, Carrigallen, Berni Smith, Drumury, Michael Brady, Ballinamore, Tommy Cassidy, Drumgowna, Sinéad Lynch, Killegorman, Packie Rooney, Aughnasheelin, Patricia Morrow, Kiltyfea, Margaret McKeon, Aughatowney, Pat Flynn, Keshcarrigan, Aidan Dolan, Drumbrick, Mary McGovern, Cattan, Pat Conefrey, Corrawallen, Siobhán Gannon, Drimmien, Anna Rose Mitchell, Chris Murray, Killaneen, Una Maguire, Aughalough, Kathleen Canning, Bohey, Geraldine Prior, Drumraine, Rose Conefrey, Corrawallen and Oisín Quinn, Aughoo East. Bingo will continue on next Friday July 11th at 9.00 p.m. We thank you for your continued support.
Honour for School
Congratulations are very much in order for the staff and pupils of St. Mary’s N.S. The school is one of three schools in Co. Leitrim which will be recipients of the much esteemed Discover Primary Science and Maths (D.P.S.M.) Award of Science and Maths Excellence. “Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí” adeir an seanfhocal.
Active Age Snippets
The Forum hosted by the Cloone-Aughavas Group in Cloone Community Centre on Wednesday, July 3rd, the arranging of a either Pitch and Putt
afternoon or a Bowling night in Carrick on Shannon on Tuesday 2nd, depending on the weather conditions and a visit to Lisadell House and
other Sligo locations of interest on Wednesday, July 16th were among the items discussed at the weekly meeting of Drumreilly Active Age Group on Wednesday July 3rd.
Heartiest congratulations go to Declan Maxwell, Carrickmakeegan and Edel McCarron, Kinlough on the announcement of their engagement.
Recalling July 1993
Tomás Mimna, Drumshangore and Rosie Bannon, Templeport, and Jamesy
Maguire, Carrickmakeegan and Martina Heavey had announced their engagements, and wedding bells rang in St. Mary’s Drumlea for Johnny McGee and Teresa Connolly. Eileen Quinn, Drumcoura graduated from U.C.D. with an Honours Degree in Pharmacology. The late Jim Kenny,
Doogra scooped the £1,000 Bingo Jackpot on forty seven calls at Drumreilly Bingo. Forty three members of Drumreilly Youth Band went on a coach outing to Bundoran Aughawillan Ladies team shared the points in their League game against Annaduff. Drumreilly exited from the Dolan Cup competition when beaten by Aughnasheelin. In the U-12 Rural Final Drumreilly drew with Gortletteragh, and were beaten in the replay. Drumreilly beat Cloone by 1-9 to 2-5. Gortletteragh scored a 3-7 to 0-13 in the Senior Championship, and Drumreilly collected full League points against Cloone on a score of 1-9 t 2-5. The deaths took place of Dan Kiernan, Mullaghmore, Gubbs-born, Pee Moran, Clooneen, Cloone and Drumdiffer-born Bernard Quinn, Middlesex. R.I.P.