Pot still getting bigger, thanks to you, as we keep saying the Lotto is the only thing that is keeping things moving. Great Pot of €3,200 this week and the 3 Lines for €5 saving is proving very popular.
Just to remind everyone of what you are supporting , I’m posting up a bit of a flashback video from a few years ago.
This weeks jackpot is up to €3,100, and along with getting the opportunity to get your hands on the cash, you are also helping to keep our show on the road. The club lotto is literally the only funding we have coming in at the moment, we’re not likely to have a golf classic this year or any other type of fundraiser until things become more clear later in the year.
We’d like to thank you all very much for the absolutely fantastic support and good luck to everyone this week.
Another brand new high of €3,000 this weekend for the coming draw, we are still running with the 3 lines for €5 deal for this weeks draw.
I know we keep saying it but please give yourself the opportunity of a nice cash prize and also your help is fantastic to defray the substantial running costs involved in keeping such fantastic underage boys, girls and Adult service and setups alive and well, remember “If you’re not in…….”
Along with our Jackpot increasing to a high of €2,800 this weekend for the coming draw, we are still running with the 3 lines for €5 deal for this weeks draw.
Along with helping to keep the club on the road and allowing us to train and keep your youngers (And not so young) fit, the club Lotto Draw also gives everyone a chance of a big money win.
Give yourself the opportunity of a nice cash prize and also help defray the substantial running costs involved in keeping such fantastic underage boys, girls and Adult service and setups alive and well, remember “If you’re not in…….”
In what was a busy weekend for the club with 2 games in the club on Saturday and an 18 cup final on Sunday it was a busy time for yours truly keeping up with everything going on. Our exhibition game in memory of Alfie Laffan kicked off at 12.30 and though conditions were blustery it was a testament to the man and fitting, the fantastic turnout from all who turned out in his memory speaking to Brendan Deady and Cathal o Reagen after the game, no one had to be asked a second time which resulted with up to 50 players togging out, now the pace of play may have slowed considerably but some of the skills haven’t left and some would still not have been out of place on the main pitch 2 hrs later. It was fantastic to see some of the players that have had brought success to the club mixing on and of the field and it brought a fantastic atmosphere about the club throughout the day, with so many of the players with their wife’s, partners and their young families remenising having a good catch-up in the bar after, an hopefully maybe this might find a place in the club calendar on an annual basis.
U20’s Captains IX Trevor CaseyPaddy WalshCathal O’Regan Dave HoranCormac HayesMike McCarthy James McCarthyGer O Connell Padraig Keogh (c)Philip HoganNiall lynch Peter MaloneWillie LynchMartin O Rourke Maghnus CollinsWillie CaseyJohn CarrollTony TrehyFinbarr HoganAdrian O BrienGarry LeonardDonagh McCarthyMark CosgroveShane DoonaRichie McAuliffe Philip Moloney
ManagersGer McNamara Eamon DowlingJohn Finn
Bateman Cup Presidents IX Gearoid RyanMossie O DonnellJohn HoganStephen Foster (c)Ger CollinsRichie Flanagan Eamon CookeSean DanaherBrian MorrisseyDermot MurnaneMikey CarrollDanny KeoghDave GardinerTony CahillBrian CahillDerek DowlingPaul O SheaTom O Callaghan John MaloneAndrew CashmanBrendan DeadyPaudie kilcoyne Alan kilcoyne Dave ConwayRonan Kirby Davy Clarke ManagersWillie ConwayMicheal LeahyJames Ryan Derry Bowman