Club News 15th January 2018   15/01/2018

Lotto Results

There was no winner of the Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot on Saturday night 6th January. The numbers were 4 – 17 – 19 – 20 one punter matched three number Sheila Rixon Kinard Crossmolina. The draw took place in O’Malley’s Bar and Grill. Next week’s jackpot is €6,450. Many thanks for all your support

The next draw is on 13/1/2018 in Lynotts Bar;

Lotto Team on duty is Team B; Seamus & Caroline Jordan, Padraic & Sheila Lavelle, Carmel Kearns & Anne Donnelly, Tom McNulty and John Granahan.



No Fixtures.


No Results.

Other News

New Coaches Wanted and Welcome.

Mayo Coaching and Games Committee are running a Foundation Coaching Course for beginner Coaches over 3 evenings in Killala Community Centre.

Night One: Monday 29-1-18, 7pm to 10.30 pm.

Night Two: Thursday 1-2-18, 7pm to 10.30 pm.

Night Three: Code of Best Practice. Provisional Date is Monday 5-2-18. 7pm to 10pm.

Please contact Julie Reilly 0868914831 or Ml Hegarty 0872046722 to book your place.

All at Crossmolina Deelrovers GAA wish to extend warm congratulations to Dermot Butler on his appointment as Mayo GAAs new Secretary and also Liam Moffatt on his appointment as Mayo GAAs Coaching Officer.

Return of Tickets for National Club Draw
Members are asked to please return all tickets (sold/unsold) this week for the National Club Draw 2018.
Please note the date for collection of tickets is Friday 12th from 8 – 9 pm. Please contact 087 6430598 if you need to make alternative arrangments.
N.B all tickets must be returned sold/unsold as we have to account for them.
We thank you for your continued support.

Active Age Over 55’5.
Walking and aerobics for both Women and Men continues each Tuesday in Crossmolina GAA Centre at 12noon. New members always welcome

Club members
All Club members are asked to email with any jobs that they see needs doing around the GAA grounds. We are actively seeking suggestions on any way to improve our Club.

Men on the Move in Crossmolina.
It's on every Tuesday night between 8- 9pm. It's suitable for all levels of fitness. If they have any questions they can contact Shane on 083 3030613

To Clubman Paul Duffy who won Senior Player of the year for his club in Scotland this year.

13 Nollaig 2017

GAA Player Conference
The GAA is delighted to announce details of the first ever GAA Player Conference. The event which will take place in Croke Park on Saturday, February 17th, 2018 is open to all adult players of Gaelic Games (Football, Hurling, Camogie, Ladies Football, Handball and Rounders). The event is themed Prepare, Perform and Recover and is designed to engage educate, support and inform adult club players on player welfare topics.
In relation to the conference, Uachtarán CLG, Aogán Ó Fearghaíl said “I am delighted to announce this opportunity for our players to attend an event such as this, which will help increase awareness of the many fantastic resources available through our online platforms, and, which are available to all our members.”
Player Welfare is one of the GAA's core values and the Association invests considerable time, personnel, and finance in developing evidence-based programmes and resources. Research has identified the challenge for sports governing bodies in communicating player welfare messages to the playing population. To bridge this gap, the GAA is providing a platform for adult club players to engage and be informed about the following player welfare areas:
o Warm-up / Injury prevention / Strength & Conditioning
o Technical demands of the game & Skills acquisition
o Mental preparation and performance skills
o Nutrition for Performance / Supplements
The conference will include keynote addresses, engaging workshops and discussion groups as well as practical experiential demonstrations on the above and other player welfare related topics including fixtures, concussion and gambling awareness. Special guests and speakers include

  • Eamonn O'Shea (former Tipperary Hurling manager)
  • Cathal Cregg (Head Strength & Conditioning Officer)
  • Prof Niall Moyna (Head of the School of Health and Human Performance and Sigerson Manager - DCU)
  • Caroline Currid (Performance Coach - experience with multiple All-Ireland winning teams)
  • Dr. Crionna Tobin (Leading sports nutritionist)
  • Dr. Edwenia O'Malley (Sports Physiotherapist)
  • Mark Roe (Researcher, GAA/UCD National Injury Surveillance Database)
  • Further speakers to be added in the coming weeks…

For just €10, attendees will also receive information on key areas of player welfare, an attendee pack and refreshments (including lunch) throughout the day. A formal launch of the event will take place in January 2018.
In the lead up to the conference, as part of a #PreparePerformRecover campaign, player welfare related resources will be promoted across, and the GAA’s many social media channels to assist players, coaches and clubs as they plan for the 2018 season.
The GAA Player Conference will take place in Croke Park from 9.45am until 3.15pm on Saturday 17th February 2018. Spaces are limited so to book your place, and for further information see

For further information please contact / 01-8658610

Gym Development

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Blast From The Past

2017 Stephens Day
2017 Stephens Day

Winning Team

Runners Up




No winner, no match three so six punters were drawn, Fiona Hopkins, Michael Sheridan, Anna Herbert, Bryan McEntee, Eithne & Colin Cosgrove, Colm & Julie Reilly, and each win €25. The draw took place in Stick’s Bar.

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