Pool News - The meeting of the Ballinamore Pool League has taken place and some changes have occurred, the Looby Cup will be played first and will continue on the Thursday nights, the Pool League will start as soon as this Competition is finished and will change to the Friday Nights.
There will be a couple of changes to the Break-off and these will be distribute round to the pubs as soon as possible and also we plan to have a set of trophies for the winners/runner-up of the league and an overall most valuable Player (MVP) award based over both Competitions will be introduced. The draw for the Looby Cup has taken place and the fixtures will be played on Thurs 8th/15th of April. The first name teams will have Home venue and this is a knockout Competition. The Competition is on a Home/Away basis and all games will start at 10.30pm sharp.
Ballinamore pike anglers fished for the Shortt’s Cup on Saturday 26th March on Loch Scur
Results: 1st Bob O’Callaghan 14lbs 12ozs Pike; 2nd Tony Gallagher 12lb 12ozs pike; 3rd John Creamer 12lbs 2ozs; Also on Sunday 27th for the Smyth’s Trophy on Garadice Lake. Results: 1st Tony Conger Gilheany 8lb 10ozs; 2nd Bob O’Callaghan 7lb 10ozs; 3rd Tony Gallagher 7lb 9ozs; Bob (28)pts) Tony (30pts) have shot up the leader board in the League. But Creamer who didn’t fish on Sunday is still leading by 1pt with 31pts
The second and final leg of the 2011 Leitrim Road League takes place in Manorhamilton this Sunday (27th) at 2.00 p.m. followed by presentation of medals. The races will be run this year on the track for safety reasons and there are the usual events for Under 10,12,14,17 and Over 17. All members can contribute to a successful outing for the club today and should be there in good time with new members especially welcome. Training will be from 7.00 to 8.00 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday from now until the summer break.
1st Leitrim Scouts would like to thank everyone who attended their St Patrick’s Day fun day in the hall last Thursday, it was a great afternoon and, thanks to all the support, raised much needed funds for the Group. Many thanks to all the parents and leaders who helped out during the day and to all who donated unwanted gifts and baking. We would also like to say a big thank you to Tesco, Supervalue, The Poor Scholar and The Forge for the wonderful prizes they so kindly donated.”
Next monthly meeting will take place in St. Felims School on Tuesday 5th April at 9.00pm. Items for discussion will include = subject choices for Leaving Certificate. Transition year. We appreciate the fact that the Principal and Vice Principal attend all of ourmeetings. The meetings only last 1 hour and we would appreciate if parents’ could come.