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Wednesday 23 October 2019

Win a new home in Dunleer for €100!

The win a house draw being promoted by St.Kevins and St Brides is proceeding full steam ahead having now reached half-way point and fast approaching the big night in eight weeks time according to Bob Doheny of St. Kevins and Tony Hoey of St.Brides.

The draw was given a further boost by MEP candidate Brendan Smith TD at Muldoons Bar in Ardee at a well attended function organised by St.Brides to announce their participation in what has become a hugely ambitious project for the two clubs in an effort to jump start their respective development plans for 2019 and forward.

The St.Kevins team led by Bob Doheny and Johnny Meehan are making themselves available every Saturday at Castle Street Ardee for anyone wishing to buy a ticket for the chance to win a house at Woodlands, Dunleer or take €200,000 Cash, tax free.

Johnny Meehan also reminded people that tickets can also be purchased online at winahouse.ie and with the option to purchase a physical ticket through the online offering.

Pat Macken Chair of St,Brides Fund Raising Committee warmly welcomed the joint fund raising venture of St.Kevins and St.Brides and said that he looked forward to all the good work and ambitious plans presently in train at both clubs. He also encouraged people to use winahouse.ie and Stbridesgfc.com to purchase online and to avail of the options to purchase a physical ticket and/or an electronic ticket

Tickets for the house raffle are also available through many local shops in Dunleer, Dromin, Ardee, Knockbride, Dundalk and Drogheda at €100 each.

St Kevins have drawn St Brides in the upcoming 2019 Intermediate championship in a continuation of a great club rivalry down through the years and separately great plans are underway with new developments at the clubs.

Other Prizes: €3,000 Make-over from TC Mathews Carpets Dunleer, a €2,000 Trip to New York for two and also a beautiful Belling Cooker.

For Tickets please phone 086 048 9775 or 086 832 9225 or 089 461 2556

Drogheda Independent

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