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posted 13 Mar 2015, 02:27 by Jonathan Tavey
By Daniel McGahon 

Lotto: 
The lotto took place on Monday night (09/03/15) There was no winner. Numbers drawn were 04, 12, 27, 28 
€20 winners were: 
Paul Garland, Drumganny, 
Nicola Murray, Shancoduff (CK), 
Marion Garland, Drumganny, 
McKenna Brothers (TMK), 
Gerard McArdle (DMA) 
Next draw is 16/03/15. Jackpot is €13,500. Tickets on sale from all local outlets. 
 
Caretaker: 
The club are looking for a Caretaker .You must be on Social welfare for at least 9 months. If interested please contact any committee member or call into the SOLAS office in Inniskeen village. 
 
Fixtures and Results: 
RFL Corduff 2:11 Inniskeen 1:09 
13/3/15 RFL Inniskeen v Blackhill at 8:00 
14/3/15 U14 Inniskeen v Latton at 2:00 
14/3/15 U14 (2) Inniskeen v Latton at 3:15 

County Scene: 
Well done to the Monaghan Footballers and Monaghan hurlers on their great wins over Donegal and Louth at the weekend. Both teams are in action again this weekend with the footballers playing Derry on Sunday at 2:00 and the hurlers playing Fingal on Sunday in Clones at 12:30.Good luck to all especially the Inniskeen players. 

Scor: 
By Sean Walsh: 
Congratulations and thank you to Thomas Ruddy, Callenberg who represented our club and county with his recitation (strange things happenings) at the Ulster semi final of senior Scor at Killenshandra last Saturday night to a large audience.The Standard was extremely high on the night and Cavan taking the title and Tyrone swept the board taking a lot of titles. This brings our Scor journey to an end for 2014/2015 involving over 50 people from our club. A big thank you to everyone involved. It was a great year for our club at Scor having won a county title for our club at Spraoi Scor with our ballad group and receiving a merit award at the county board awards night for the best improved club for Scor. 


Patrician High School: 
The club would like to wish the Patrician High School team Carrickmacross the very best of luck in the MacLarnon Cup final on St Patrick's day in Armagh at 11:00.Good to luck to all players,managers and especially to Michael Monahan. 

Grattan Oige: 
The U14s have a challenge match against Silverbridge on Tuesday night and hope to get in some vital practise ahead of our opening game against Latton in Pairc Grattan this Saturday at 3.15pm. Our second team are also in action at 2pm also in Pairc Grattan so please come along and support. 
The U12s are training on Monday nights at 7.30pn and will start the Spring League Saturday week. All players born in 2003 and 2004 interested in playing football dis year are asked to attend. Please  be on time. All players must wear their gum shields at both training and at games. Training will last around a hour. Please ensure all players are registered. 
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