Congratulations to the all the winners on Monday night as we shared out over €5000 in prizes. The main jackpot wasn’t won so it now stands at €11700 and there are €1000 mini jackpots on the other pages.
…. Don’t forget to shout when you ‘check’….. its worth another tenner!!! Why not try our new bingo subscription option when buying your book. You will now never be without a book each week as it can be purchased automatically, either double or single, once you select your subscription option at www.seansbingo.com . Make sure you get in early and get your books. You can also watch our bingo on Facebook. If you have any queries, please message us on Facebook, Instagram etc, and we will assist in every way possible. Always remember, in playing bingo at home everybody stays safe.
With the visit of Monaghan Harps on Sunday, game two in the championship was always going to be a tense affair. It started slow and tentative, with early points exchanged, however the Harps tagged on three in a row and went ahead mid-way in the half. Our chances were few but a good run and finish produced a goal to push the Seans in front on twenty minutes. With another point scored we were three scores to the good half time. The introduction of the subs bench, in the second half, gave us a new drive as the Harps had clawed their way back into the game. However, a goal on twenty minutes, pushed the visitors to the front and they now had the smell of victory in their noses. The old adage of never say die came rushing to the fore in the final ten minutes and the Seans piled on the pressure in the Harps half of the field. Three unanswered points, from the lads, had secured the draw with only seconds remaining. But the juggler was in sight and after a number of plays a free was manufactured in the scoring zone. This was duly converted and Ref had no further time to offer a restart. A victory in this manner will hopefully build confidence. Two wins from three games hasn’t quite secured our status but we travel to Blackhill on Sunday week to close off the group stages of the championship and hopefully another victory.
The 13’s went down to a very strong Aghabog side on Saturday last. This first game in the Championship was a step up from the league, but all is still to play for as they take a break for one week until the next round.
The 15’s entertained Latton on Thursday last, in round one of the championship. After a very slow start from the home team, and playing catch up, they took a grip of the game and began to take their scores. A much improved second half closed out the victory. They now head to Inniskeen on Thursday evening at 7.15pm
The 17’s championship began on Monday night away to St. Finbarrs , in Doohamlet. Once again, nothing really between both sides in the opening half, however James McCabe was forced off with a head injury and this somewhat disrupted the plans. With only a point in it at half time, a poor start from us, gave Finbarrs a goal and point in the opening minutes of the second period. From there we were chasing the game, and with an injury to Conan McKenna, it left a mountain to climb. That said, the players plugged away at the scoreboard, but in the end the goal was the difference for a three point defeat. Next up is a must win tie, at home to Cremartin, next Monday night.
Kilmore Drumsnatt Sports Hub
The Hub is delighted to have received a new suite of fitness equipment that will add to the activities on offer this year. The equipment, which includes spin bikes, concept rowers and concept bikes will further support the work of the sports hub in providing activities to all members of our community. Our thanks to the team of Monaghan sports partnership for their continued support in the work of the sports hub. The sports hub is an initiative of sport Ireland funded through the dormant accounts fund. Keep an eye on all media outlets for schedules for fitness classes for all age groups that will be starting in Mid September.
Seans Totto Results
Totto, has been a regular feature for the club for years, and we would like everybody to be a part of it. Please watch our social media for upcoming Totto news.
Why not play our totto at www.seanmcdermotts.net, via our club app and at McEntees or Lynchs shops in the village.
This weeks jackpot was €7100, and we had no correct predictions of the number sequence. The numbers 4,7,2,6,3,1,5,8, lucky dip winners were: Monica Treanor, Seamus & Briege Murphy, Elise Woods, Martin & Eileen McMahon, Tom Maguire
Next weeks jackpot will be €7200