Drumcliffe/Rosses Point Club notes Monday 13th May

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Well done to Cian Lally, Eoghan Smith and the Sligo senior footballers on winning their opening Tailteann Cup match against Wexford at Markievicz Park last Saturday. Next up is a trip to Tipp this Saturday afternoon.

Our senior men's footballers lost out narrowly to county champions Coolera/Strandhill at Oxfield in last Sunday's senior spring league game, on a final scoreline of 2-11 to 1-12. They play St Mary's this Sunday afternoon in Kent Park at 2pm.

Our senior women's footballers were unlucky to lose out to Eoghan Rua in Saturday evening's Connacht Gold Division 1 game, on a final scoreline of 3-10 to 2-12. Our junior women's team were beaten by St Nathy's in their Division 4 match.

The DRP minor girls footballers lost our narrowly to St Mary's last week in their Shield game, on a final scoreline of 1-14 to 1-12

Commiserations to Daniel Oates and the Sligo minor footballers on their Connacht championship loss to Mayo at Markievicz Park last Friday. Sligo minors will now the contest the Connacht shield final with Leitrim.

Hard luck to Donnchadh O'Brien and the Sligo senior hurlers on their Christy Ring Cup loss to Wicklow at the weekend.

Best wishes to the DRP boys U15 football team who play in the county Division 1 Feile competition this weekend. Our U15 C team play Coolera/Strandhill in the league in Ransboro on Thursday evening.

Congrats to the Rathcormac NS girls and boys Cumann na mBunscol football teams who both recorded good wins last week. The schools camogie/hurling teams also performed well with a win for the girls, and a draw for the boys.

Our girls U12 footballers have a go games match this Friday evening with St John's at Oxfield (7:15pm).

The same evening - our U13 hurlers play Easkey in a league gaem.

Our Saturday morning U7 All-Stars footballers have their first blitz of season in Cliffoney last Saturday morning. In perfect conditions, our young footballers played a series of fun matches with Calry/St Joseph's and our welcoming hosts St Molaise Gaels.

Big congratulations to Neil & Siobhán Ewing, Tullyhill, on the recent birth of their baby boy - Oisín. We gather he's already itching to start nursery training in Rathcormac this weekend!

The Club Lotto Jackpot this Thursday now stands at €6,900. You can enter online on drp.gaa.ie - or buy a ticket direct from our 'Lotto Hut' at Oxfield on any match evening.