Thanks to everyone who took part in our Lotto last week. We had no winner of the draw this week
Condolences: We at Doohamlet G.F.C were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Geraldine Casey.
Lotto: The Lotto was held on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 9,12,4 & 18.
JUVENILES: Training schedules for underage teams will be circulated to all teams in the coming days for the week beginning the 26th April.
EMYLOTT JACKPOT NOW €7,100. The latest numbers drawn were 17,26,27,32.
Underage Football: We are delighted that government announced that the living with COVID plan will allow our underage players back to the field
Newry Shamrocks were one of the first GAA clubs to welcome back members when their senior hurling and minor football squads resumed collective training.
Holders Cork will commence their 2021 Lidl National League Division 1 campaign with a home fixture against Munster rivals Tipperary.
MEMBERSHIP :In order for the club to plan for return to play/train (on the 26th April)
Anthony Daly feels the GAA didn't do enough to regain their 'elite status'.
Meath U20 manager Bernard Flynn has hit out at the fact that players at the age group can't go back training collectively on April 26, saying it's 'lunacy' considering their minor counterparts are allowed.
The Camogie Association have passed a motion aimed at supporting and facilitating dual players.
Former Tyrone footballer Mickey Coleman left hospital on Friday and was able to return home after suffering a massive heart attack.
Ulster Council has confirmed the start date for this year's provincial senior football championship.
GAA Director of Player, Club and Games Administration Feargal McGill says an extra three weeks would have been required in order to avoid staging a knockout football championship again this year.
Former Dublin manager Jim Gavin has questioned the logic behind some of the rules introduced to gaelic football over the last number of years, saying the game is becoming like Australian Rules.
GAA President Larry McCarthy says the Association's reputation has been damaged by the recent training breaches.
The Allianz HL will start on May 8 with the FL beginning one week later as part of a condensed 20-week intercounty calendar.
Monaghan senior football manager Seamus McEnaney has been handed a three month ban by his own county board after admitting a serious error if judgement regarding Covid-19 regulations.
Some famous games from the 80's plus the semi-finals of the AFLW are the TV highlights for this weekend.
Gardai have said they are making enquiries into breaches of Covid-19 regulations at a 'sports ground in the north of the country.'
Lotto: The Lotto was held on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 4,12,27,& 28.
Blotto results 5/4/21: Numbers drawn 7,2,6,3,4,1,5.
Thanks to everyone who took part in our Lotto last week. We had no winner of the draw this week.
The GAA is hopeful that adult club training in the 26 counties will return next month.
The GAA has said that breaches of the current collective training ban by counties and clubs have 'brought the spotlight on our Association.'
We are into April which traditionally means we would have an Allianz Football League final to look forward to.
Packy McGarty was hailed as 'one of the greatest footballers of all time' as the passing of the legendary Leitrim footballer drew widespread sadness across the GAA community.
TG4 All-Ireland Senior finalists Dublin and Cork have been pitted together in Division 1B of the 2021 Lidl Ladies National Football League, which is due to get underway on May 23.
Club Membership: Thankfully we have a roadmap for the commencement for training.
There was no winner of Corduff Gaels Lotto which took place on Bank Holiday Monday 5th April 2021.
The EMYLOTT Jackpot is now a Whopping €7000 !!
Roscommon footballer Cathal McHugh was celebrating a stunning success from Dubai yesterday after his horse Skyace won the Grade 1 Mares Novice Hurdle championship final at Fairyhouse.
Frank Browne has slammed the 'arrogance' of Dublin following their senior football team's training controversy and says the Sky Blues' manager Dessie Farrell should step down.
Seeing red. For hitting an Irish soccer legend. In a charity match. That was the fate which befell Dublin goalkeeper Stephen Cluxton on this day 10 years ago.
Two priests in Meath have performed their own version of the famous Jerusalema dance in support of the Rathmolyon hurling club's 24 hour walkathon.
Oisin McConville says the 'world has gone mad' with overreaction to the group of Dublin senior footballers who broke the GAA training ban.