U-21’s
 
The U-21’s bowed out of the championship over the weekend despite a battling performance against a strong Redbridge side under lights in O’Raghallaigh Park.  Despite the cold, wet and blustery conditions both sides put in a super show but the visitors found the net when needed and a late Daryll Martin was too little, too late, as Redbridge ran out 2-13 to 1-11 winners come the final whistle.  For a full report & pictures, please click here.
 
SENIORS
 
The Seniors progressed to the Division Two league final with another comprehensive victory as they overcame Ballyhaise in Lacken by 1-16 to 0-6.  An early opportunistic goal from Daryll Martin allowed the Stars some breathing space and they never looked back.  For a full report & pictures, please click here.

 We will now face Drumgoon in the final but this has not yet been fixed and may depend on Drumgoon’s continued progression in the U-21 championship.
 
QUIZTIME
 
As the weather worsens it’s definitely getting time to take things indoors for a while.  This Thursday night sees the club pick a team for the upcoming U-17 Scor Quiz, heats of which will take place later this month.  So, if anyone round the town, who’s U-17 on 1st January 2010 and are interested in competing in the Scor Quiz, please make your way dow nto the club pavillion for 8pm this Thursday.  If you want further details, please ring Jim on 087 2321886.
 
On Friday night, the latest heat of i105-107FM’s Pull Hard quiz for local GAA clubs take place in Jayz in Carrick. Every Pull Hard night you get to take on rival club members in a cheeky game of Blackboard Jungle along with some interesting tasks . The craic will be 90 and if you’re the overall winner on the night you’ll grab a place in our Grand Finale at Karma, Athlone on November 22, where you have the chance of winning a brand new GAA kit for your entire first team squad up to 25 with Azzurri.  But its worth more than that . . . think about your local pride and getting one over on your rival club!! 
 
Anyway, that’s the official blurb on it so if anyone is interested contact Joe (087 1334256) or Niall (086 8237382) or just make your way over to Jayz for 8pm on Friday.  We’re told team number aren’t restricted and it should all be a fun night.
 
 
SUPPORT YOUR CLUB
 
 Mobile phone company, Vodafone have teamed up with the GAA to over  a unique way for you to support your favourite GAA club.  Once you sign up, the club will receive 5% of your monthly bill, whether you are bill or prepay.  To sign up costs you or the club nothing and you do not even need to be a member of the club to participate.
 
 You can sign up directly on the website www.supportyourgaaclub.ie and register directly. You only need to leave your name, number & the club name and it takes 30 seconds.  Alternatively you can leave your details on the designated sheets in the dressing room or pop into M&F or Pat or indeed any committee member. 
 
 To date we have about 50 signed up people but we are looking to break through the 100 mark by Christmas (oh, you’ll not find it now…),  so please either register directly or give your details in above if you can.  Your support is much appreciated.
 
 LOTTO
 
 This week’s draw took place in The Porter House. There was no  jackpot winner but the three Match 3 winner – Phyllis McKenna, L O’Malley & Robbie O’Connell win €70 each.  The winning numbers were 01, 02, 08 & 23 (Bonus 26).  Next week’s draw takes place in Gartlans and the jackpot will be €4,200