Well done to Niamh Hall and Eoin Grehan both claimed 40×20 County Titles in emphatic style.
St Coman’s hosted the Roscommon 40×20 B Championship Finals where a large crowd saw our Kilglass stars display great skills to claim our first u12 titles.
In the Girls U12 Final Niamh defeated Aoibh Johnston of Lisacul. With an excellent serve, Niamh raced in to an early lead and while Aoibh rallied it wasn’t enough to stop Niamh’s momentum. Niamh’s agility and awareness around the alley helped her to see out the game in style.
Eoin Grehan had to work hard for his win, defeating two opponents to claim the Boys u12 title.
He defeated Eoin McDermott in the semi final. His powerful serve proved the difference against the Lisacul player who battled back well in the second game.
The final against St. Coman’s Bobby Gannon was a great game that could have gone either way. Again, Eoin got off to a great start but had to withstand a late rally by Bobby to close out the first game.
The second game was even closer, with both players displaying a wide range of skills. Eoin showed great maturity stay in the game, eventually clawing himself back into contention. Eoin didn’t let up and used his sidearm to great effect to win out in the end.
Niamh and Eoin will now represent Roscommon in the Connacht Championship to be played in the coming weeks.
Numbers drawn on Saturday 11th March: 22, 8, 26, 5 Bonus 6
No jackpot winner
3×3 number winners €67 each: Kyle, Dylan & Lauren; Sean Mahady; Thomas Murray
Next draw takes place on 18/3/23 in the Kilglass Gaels Clubhouse. Jackpot stands at €5,100 for 4 numbers and €9,100 for 4 numbers + Bonus. 3 number winners win/share €200.
The Club would like to express their deepest condolences to the family of Anthony McHugh on his passing. A man who was part of the club for many years in many roles which included playing , managing and also being chairman of the club. May he rest in peace .