A successful youth season drew to a close on Saturday evening in the Community Centre with a special presentation event to mark the achievements of the various underage sides over the course of the year. And there was a wide range of successes to celebrate.The under 10 panel won the Lisnaskea tournament, the under 12 side reached their divisional final, the under 14’s were perhaps the most successful of all the grades.
They won the division two league, were finalists in the county Feile which earned them a ticket into the National Feile finals where they produced a superb effort to claim an All Ireland title in their section.
The under 16 side captured the B championship and followed that up with the Division three league crown while the girls under 14 side took their divisional title.
Special guest for the evening was Fermanagh senior team captain Eoin Donnelly and also present were Maguires senior club players who are current Fermanagh panellists, Damian Kelly and Aiden Breen.
The youth committee especially wishes to express their appreciation of the enormous effort put by volunteers to make the presentation the thoroughly enjoyable occasion it was.
The club AGM is scheduled to be held in the pavilion on Friday December 11th with an 8-00 pm starting time.
The Lotto jackpot for last weekend was not won the numbers drawn being 18 19 23 and 28, winners of the two £25 prizes being Mary Maye/ Mary Murphy and Una Shannon. The jackpot for this coming Saturday stands at a very enticing £6 000. The team on duty for Saturday November 28 is Damian Kelly, Paul Campbell, Conor Foy and Dermot Kennedy. The team on duty for Saturdays December 5 and 12 will be led by Anthony McCaffery.
Also on the fund raising front the December Games Sessions held on Thursdays will have increased prize money, all lines are £20, all houses £100. Again club members are encouraged to attend.
Club officials will be contacting members over the coming weeks to finalise details of the organisation of the debit scheme, the return from this being allocated to finance the major development of the lower pitch.
The senior team have a league game on Sunday when they entertain Maguiresbridge and if results go a certain way this could well be the final fixture of what has been a season that has become far too long drawn out.