Naomh Fionnbarra & St. Anne's G.F.G. Club Notes

May 03, 2022


There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra & St. Anne's G.F.G. Lotto draw held on Wednesday 27th April. The winning numbers were 5, 7, 23 & 24. There were 3 match 3 winners who won €50 each Tanya Doyle, Gary McGrane and Sharmine Devlin. Next week's Jackpot is €11,400!!  Lotto envelopes are available in local shops, through usual sellers and entries may also be purchased online on the Clubforce App - Naomh Fionnbarra or the following link:  Save the hassle of having to play lotto every week by clicking on auto-renew. Thank you very much to everyone who continues to support our lotto.



Please see our social media pages for details of Louth County Team fixtures.  Well done to our u13 boys team who beat Na Piarsaigh in the 2nd Round of the League on a scoreline of 5-6(21) to 2-3(9)Well done to Naomh Fionnbarra Junior men who beat Naomh Malachi on a scoreline of 1-14(17) to 0-5(5) at John Markey Park on Tuesday in the 2nd Round of the Division 6 League.  Hard luck to Naomh Fionnbarra Senior Ladies team who lost to St. Brides in the 5th Round of the Winter League on scoreline of 2-8(14) to 3-3(12) at Knockbridge on Sunday.  Hard luck to the Louth Senior team who lost to Kildare in the Quarter Final of the Leinster Senior Championship in Tullamore on Sunday.



On Tuesday was the draw was made for the Louth GAA Junior Football Championship. Our lads were drawn in a group with Stabannon Parnells GFC and Sean McDermotts GFC.



Our walking track and car park will be open for anyone wishing to take part in Darkness Into Light 2022 in their own way on Sat 7th May  05:00-07:00. Sunrise will be at 05:38.  Register now or donate at  Wear reflective clothing, wrap up warm, recycle an old DIL tshirt if you have one, and bring a torch.  No dogs or bicycles permitted on the walking track. 



Euan Cosgrove & Saoirse Murray from St Finian NS school and Ella Mulroy & Darragh Hand from Scoil Naomh Cholmcille represented their schools at the Cumann na mBunscoil football skills final last Thursday in Darver.  Clódagh Caraher represented St Finian’s for camogie. The players had to compete in their local schools first & then they progress onto the final in Darver.



Louth Coaching and Games is running a Golf Classic on Friday 27th May in Greenore Golf Club. All proceeds of this will go directly towards our academy squad teams both hurling and football.  Louth GAA would be delighted if clubs and businesses would be willing to sponsor teams in our Golf Classic or sponsor Tee Boxes. For more information contact Shane Lennon, Games Development Manager, 0851418066, [email protected]



National Club Draw Tickets are now on sale.  Please contact any member of the ladies team this week to buy tickets and support the club.  There are some super prizes up for grabs!


Our walking track is open every evening Monday to Friday 19:30 to 20:30. Thank you to all of our club volunteers who continue to give up their time to this initiative.

️Please use the hand sanitiser provided upon entry and exit

️Social distancing should be maintained on site at all times

️Club rooms, toilets & pitches will remain closed until further notice

️No dogs or bicycles permitted. 



Naomh Fionnbarra & St Anne's GFG Cúl Camps will be taking place on 1st-4th August this year.  Registration coming soon. Students! Looking for a summer job this year? Coaches must be 18 years or older. Closing date is 20th April. Please fill in the application here:


Louth Camogie Minors

Congratulations to Orla Woods and Keeva Rendall who represented Louth in the Leinster Camogie - An Cumann Camógaíochta Minor C final on Saturday in Abbotstown. Unfortunately, the team came out second best against a strong Wicklow team. This marks the end of the minor intercounty season, but this team can be very proud of their performances in 2022, winning 2 games in All-Ireland Minor ‘C’ competition and bring the Shield back to Louth.


Louth U-14 Camogie

St Anne’s were equally represented on the Under 14 Louth development squad who had an excellent win against Monaghan. Well done to Clodagh, Rachel, Sadierose and Síorcha on playing in Louth’s first game of the season.


U-16 Club Camogie

The amalgamated team of St. Anne’s, St Brides Camogie and Na Piarsaigh/Blackrock CLG had a good win against Cooley. Congrats to St. Anne’s players Niamh, Leah, Sadierose and Roisin. 


U-8 / U-10 Hurling/Camogie Blitz

Thanks to Mattock Rangers Camogie Club Collon, for their recent organisation of a Juvenile Hurling and Camogie blitz. All players had a great day. Thanks to all the coaches and parents who facilitated in the running of this event.



The club would like to express our deepest sympathy to the families of John Devitt Riverstown, Ardee, Louth / Wexford Town, Wexford and Gerry Griffin, Cork who passed away recently.  May they Rest in Peace.

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