Where there's a will there's a relative goes the old saying.Farney Players new production shows you just how far distant relatives will go to get their greedy hands on their dead ancestors money.This is an ingenious and wildly comic romp which enjoyed critically acclaimed reviews upon it's debut in the West End many years ago.
What a week for Carrick Emmet sHurling club. The u/16 team defeated Castleblayney on Friday night last and the following week the minor hurling team defeated Monaghan Harps in the Championship.Congrats and very well done to all the player and mentors.
Our heartiest congratulations to the Emmets Hurling Club and to their under-sixteen team on winning the County Championship on Friday night at Inniskeen. They really had a great win in poor enough conditions but that did not stop them overcoming the Castleblayney team in some style and bravery; when you beat the Faughs by thirteen points; then you know you have done a good night’s work! So well done to all!
We wish to acknowledge the many players who returned their Gaelic Sunday Sponsorship Cards. We appreciate and value your efforts. We also ask that anybody who still has a sponsorship card (either filled or unfilled) to return it to the club at the next training session. Each player who raised money for the club was entered into a free draw. The winners of the three O'Neill's footballs were Patrick Larney, Oran Finnegan and Ella McMahon. Congratulations - The Gaelic Sunday Committee.
The Emmets club wish to extend our condolences to the Connolly family on the death of their beloved father Michael of Emmet Street, Carrickmacross who went to his eternal reward last week. We offer our sympathy to his sons Pat, Jim, Michael, Terry, Brendan and Shaun and daughters Margaret and Denise and his extended family including brothers; Jim, Tom and Patsy and sisters; Kathleen, Rosie, Lizzy and Eileen.
Carrickmacross 1.05 Cremartin 1.08.
There was a good attendance in Emmet Park on Sunday afternoon; many of whom made the journey from Cremartin to support their team in their fight against relegation while the Emmet supporters were hoping to clinch a win and boost their semi-final prospects. On an inclement day most of the spectators huddled in the “Gary Sheehan" stand to avoid the elements which made the playing surface slippery.
Monaghan will play Cavan in the Ulster Championship! The preliminary round of Ulster Senior Football Championship is the major talking point of the draw; with Ulster Champions Donegal defending their title against Tyrone in what promises to be a cracker. Armagh will be awaiting the winners of this match to decide the first quarter final!
Emmets Player Lifts Cup! After sixty games across four days, Melbourne GAA supporters turned out in the summer sun in Gaelic Park on Saturday for the eagerly anticipated Australasian GAA State Championships. The first major final of the day was Ladies Football and to conclude the Championships Victoria and West Australia faced off in the Hurling final.
Club Lotto! Monday 20/10/14. The numbers drawn were; 03-18-24-26. There was no Jackpot winner and it now stands at €6,500. Lucky dips were €50 John Fitzgerald, Woodvale €20 Gary McEnaney Melbourne. €20 Colm McEneaney,€10 James Mc Geown Alderwood.The best way you can financially support our club is by becoming a yearly subscriber to the Lotto; you can join by direct-debit through your bank or some other form of payment; to get more details contact Gordon Finnegan (Chairman) 087-6721520 Jimmy Finnegan (Treasurer) 087-9215698 John Scully (PRO Officer) 087-6393623.You can also play the lotto online by clicking here