Sean McDermotts

Founded 1961

Co. Monaghan

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Bingo at The Seans 

Well, we done it …. We hit €900k in prizes given away since we went online and boy did, we do it in style!!!! Thank you for your support in making this one of the biggest and best Bingos in the country and beyond. We regularly have international players, and it shows our appeal worldwide.

On Monday night we gave away over €16000 in prizes to our faithful.  

A hearty congratulations to our local winner of the €11300 jackpot and to all those other lucky punters who scooped prizes on the night.

As the main jackpot was won it now moves back to €10000 but all other jackpot pages remain the same.

Along with that we will also still guarantee at least one  €1000 jackpot will be paid out on the night. 

Make sure you get in early and get your books. If you have any queries, please message us on Facebook, email, etc, and we will assist in every way possible. 

Lighting our Future

The countdown is on for our draw as part of the Lighting Our Future fundraiser. All those who have purchased  are now entered into our tombola for some massive prizes which include , Two All Ireland Hurling and Football tickets with overnight stays in Dublin and an Indulgent Spa getaway along with other goodies. The draw will take place on Friday the 7th June in the Complex. Our sales teams will be calling but please don’t wait on them, follow our links on Facebook and Clubzap to make a purchase. You can even use your phone to scan the QR code on the promotional signs all over the complex and playing fields which will connect you to the fundraiser.  Be sure you and your family are part of the club’s future.

Healthy Hearts 

Don’t forget the Club has organised the Health Hearts Team to visit on Saturday the 18th May from 9am to 2.30pm. with appointments every 15 mins. This is open to anyone of an age of 14 and over , players and non-players. The cost is €50, and we are advising booking an appointment at 0863751459. 

Junior Football League

It was derby day on Saturday last with the visit of Aghabog for round 4 of the league. Always a popular fixture for the locals and even more so with the visitors being table toppers. This was a tough, uncompromising encounter from the off. Neither side was without mistakes in handling and distribution but both teams converted their changes score for score except for a superb penalty save from Ryan Connolly early on. Nothing between them in the first half of possessions and turnovers but Aghabog had the single point advantage. The second half told the tale, while we pushed up, scores were scarce, and the visitors were soon two in front. A red card added to our woes and throw in one or two injury substitutions, and we were on the back foot. However, a much improved effort and resilience brought the affair level on twenty eight minutes, but a close in free for Aghabog well into injury time would settle the tie by a single score.  Hindsight would suggest nothing between either side in the overall performance, but with only fourteen on the pitch for most of the second half and the subs bench emptied, I’d say we are improving with every game. 


Another big fixture on Tuesday night, had neighbours  Aghabog, visiting for round six of the league.  A bright start had the Seans controlling the game well and breaking the lines for scores. On another day we may have had more consideration for frees within the frontline of attack, but that said we were four points in front at the break. A few positional changes by the visitors at the break rejuvenated their attack and our lead quickly disappeared. Our efforts continued but we only mustered three points for the second half. This was not enough and Aghabog cruised in the final minutes to a six point win. The return of players to the squad this week should lift the spirits and maybe add the depth needed for the fifteen aside encounters.



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