Lotto Results 26th April Numbers: 3 11 17 19 Jackpot: €4600 - No Winner Lucky Dips: €50 Michael O'mahony, Coolaclarig €30 Breda Caplice, c/o The Kingdom & Mary Ahern, Clounmacon €20 Bridie Caffery, Bridge Rd & Ann Brennan, Ballygalogue Park
6 Tickets Match 3 each receiving €20 Joe Redmond, c/o The Kingdom, Breda Caplice, c/o The Kingdom Dylan, Adam & Cian, c/o Nora Lyne, Pats Connor, Moyvane Gerry O'connor, Convent St, Fintan Mcenery, Moyvane
Match Results Clounmacon B played Knockanure on Thursday 26th April night in Div 5 of NKL. Final Score: Clounmacon B 2.18 - Knockanure 2.01.
Congraulations to Moyvane Clounmacon Ladies Team on beating Legion in the County Junior Cup Final in Legion today on a scoreline of 5-8 to 4-10. Clounmacon scorers were Samantha Martin 4-0, Erin Finucane 1-6 Evelyn Stack 0-1 and Ashlea Sheehy 0-1. Well done to John Sullivan and Rachel Conway on all their hard work. COUNTY JUNIOR LEAGUE
The Co. Junior League is starting on Friday 18th May. Fixtures dates and times to be announced this week. QUIZ NIGHT
Clounmacon GAA Club will be holding a quiz night to raise funds for a Defribrillator on Friday 18th May at 9.30pm in The New Kingdom Bar, A draw will also take place on the night for 3 prizes, 1st Prize - Yearly Lotto Ticket & €50, 2nd Prize - Yearly Lotto Ticket, 3rd Prize - €50. Lines will cost €2.00 and are available from all club members. Please come along and join in on a night of good fun and craic. RIP
Bill Fitzgerald Clounmacon GAA Club would like to offer its sincere sympathies to Bill Fitzgeralds wife Nora, his Family and friends. Bill was a member of Clounmacon GAA Club for many years. He played in the intermediate final in 1965, which Clounmacon won, their first since 1945. May He Rest In Peace HISTORIC DAY
Last Monday April 23rd will go down in history for the Clounmacon area as on that day the Kerry County Council's monthly meeting was hosted at the community centre by the Mayor of Kerry, Councillor Tim Buckley. Tim's great grandfather owned the plot of land where the community centre now stands and which was originally the local national school built in 1878. His grandfather and himself all attended this school so it was indeed a memorable day for Tim and his family. On the Councillor's arrival they were served with tea, sandwiches and scones and in the evening a four course meal was served with the catering of Doody's, Castleisland. The chairman of the community centre, Anthony Curtin, welcomed the council meeting to the North Kerry area and a very enjoyable time was had by all. CEILI
The committee of the community centre would like to thank everyone who attended their recent ceili on Friday April 27th and as usual they came from far and near and made the night a great success.