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ANNASCAUL

LOTTO: There was no jackpot winner this week, and the jackpot is now €2300. The numbers drawn were 1, 12, 23 and 24. Congratulations to our €40 winners, John Bowler and Clare Kavanagh; Colm Moriarty; Deirdre and Mike Kennedy, and Anthony Fitzgerald . Lotto tickets can be purchased from shops and pubs throughout the Parish, and now also online from www.clubforce.com or through the clubforce app. Thanks to everyone who supports our Lotto each week.

SENIORS: Hard Luck to our Seniors who were defeated by Na Gaeil, 19 points to 11, in Round 9 of the County League on Sunday. They are away to Glenbeigh/Glencar in Round 10, on 24th/25th June.

U9s: Our U11s are away to St Pats on Wednesday.

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FUNDRAISING: Our fundraising campaign to fund our Clubhouse upgrade is now underway. Funds are being raised to help fund the extension and upgrade of our current dressing rooms. The project is vital for the future of our club and will provide fit for purpose facilities that players and supporters can be proud of. We are seeking contributions of €360 per family or €30 per month for 12 months. This will include Family membership for one year, entry into Annascaul GAA Lotto for one year and entry into home County League games. All funds raised will be ringfenced, and go toward the project. We realise this is a lot to ask, but we hope families will consider the Family Membership, and other membership options will also be available.

CLUBGEAR: New items have been added to the online shop at www.oneills.com.

WIN A HOUSE IN KILLARNEY: Kerry GAA are currently running an online fundraising event where the main prize is a new house in Killarney. Tickets can be purchased on the Kerry GAA Website for €100 each. Ticket holders will also be entered into bonus prize draws, the earlier you buy your ticket, the more chances you have of winning. Also, don’t forget to nominate our club when purchasing a ticket online, to give our club chances of winning cash prizes. # YourkeytotheKingdom

Volunteers: We are seeking volunteers to help run our club and bring new ideas for the future. If interested in getting involved, please contact any committee member to see how you can help, or contact us via social media. We would greatly appreciate this. Many hands make light work. We are asking members to volunteer 1 hour per week to help our club in the following areas: underage coaching, providing refreshments after Senior home games, fundraising eg selling lotto tickets at Senior home games, selling raffle tickets at quiz nights etc; joining working groups regarding club development plans.

 

ARDFERT

ST BRENDAN’S GAA CLUB: Kerry Hurling as the curtains come down for another season on our County hurlers we would like to thank them for a wonderful few months of hurling. It was great to see the fantastic support at Austin Stacks Park on Saturday last for the lads. They will now all return to their clubs for the Garveys SHC games which commence on weekend of June 25th. It was also lovely for the young hurlers of our club to play in Tralee on Saturday last with Rathmore during half time of All Ireland Preliminary Quarter Final game.

Garveys SHC we are drawn in Group 1 with Causeway and Ballyduff and we play our first game on Saturday June 25th @2pm v Causeway in Austin Stacks Park.

IHC is due to commence on Friday July 8th with a home game v Kilmoyley.

Div3 SHL Final is due to go ahead on Friday evening next June 17th v Dr Crokes with time & venue tbc. Best of Luck to all involved.

 

BALLYDONOGHUE

Lotto Draw results: The numbers drawn for Friday 10th June 2022, were as follows, 9, 11, 15, 25. The Jackpot was €5,600 and there was no jackpot winner.The following won 30 euro lucky dips:Ger Daly - Online.Rachel Barry - Online.Anne Dillon - Jane Mount.Maureen Nolan - Farranstack.Jack Foley - Glouria.The following won three free tickets: Denis Meehan c/o Kerry.Johnny Clarke - Coolkeragh.Gerard O’ Sullivan - Ballyegan.

Next Jackpot will be €5,700 and it will take place Friday 17th June 2022 in the Clubhouse.

Fixtures: North Kerry Minor league Division 2 final Northern Gaels (Asdee, Clounmacon, Ballydonoghue, Ballylongford) v Tarbert on Monday June 27th @ 7.30pm. Venue TBC. Ballydonoghue play Churchill away in two weeks time.

North Kerry Junior leagues start on 21st June.

Results: County League Division 3 Round 9: Ballydonoghue v St. Pats Blennerville in Coolard; took place on Saturday 12th June at 6pm. The final score was Ballydonoghue 1-10 to St. Patrick’s Blennerville 1-08.The team lined out as follows;Darragh O’ Shea, Billy Foley, Jack Gogarty, (Jim Cremin), Brendán O’ Neill, Declan Behan, Conor Kennelly, Liam Guiney, Jack Behan(0-2), Tommy Kennelly, Mikey Nolan(0-2), Darragh Sheehy (0-2), Diarmuid Behan(Captain), (Jamie Keane(0-1)) Jack Foley(0-1), Paul Kennelly (1-1), Jack Sheehy(0-1), Padraig Lyons, Fergal Keohane, John O’ Mahony, Micheál Foley, Gearoid Kissane, Padraig O’ Connor, Darren Gogarty.Northern Gaels (Asdee, Clounmacon, Ballydonoghue, Ballylongford)

U13s had a great win away to Tarbert on a scoreline of 4-10 to 1-07 to qualify them for the semi final of phase two of the county league. Well done to all the players.

Membership: Club Membership now available for 2022. Please contact Club Officers to make a payment for the coming year.

Win a house in Killarney: Win a house in Killarney tickets available from Club Officers @ €100 each. Every club has to sell twenty tickets and there are only a few left.

 

BALLYDUFF

Senior Football: Our Senior football game scheduled for last weekend was cancelled due to a bereavement in the Finuge GAA Club. Sympathy is extended to the Galvin family, Ballinclogher, Lixnaw on the death of Kathleen. May She Rest In Peace.

Kerry Senior Hurlers: The Kerry hurlers exited the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship on Saturday last at Austin Stack Park where they lost to Wexford. Podge & Mikey Boyle and Eoin Ross were our representatives on the team while Daniel O’Carroll was among the substitutes. This defeat spells the end of their journey for 2022 but they have given great entertainment to their supporters during the last few months and deserve great admiration. It’s now on to the County Senior Hurling Championship for these players and we can look forward to a brilliant campaign.

The Championship starts on June 24th and Ballyduff will be in action on the first weekend of July. Kerry Minor Football: Well done to Evan Boyle who played a starring role at midfield for the Kerry Minor football team on Saturday last against Tyrone in the All-Ireland quarter final in Portlaoise.

Walkway: Field Improvements work is continuing the walkway in the Sportfield and considerable progress under Contractor AG Construction with most of trunking done and should be ready for tarmacking in a couple of weeks. Seating has been installed in the back row of the Spectator Stand for the comfort of patrons. Many thanks to all who helped, particularly Tom and Paddy, who installed them.

Team of the Week: Congratulations to Podge Boyle, Ballyduff, who was chosen on the “Hurling Team of the Week” for his outstanding performance in the Joe McDonagh Cup the week before last. Podge was chosen in the half forward line alongside Tony Kelly of Clare and TJ Reid of Kilkenny. Well done Podge on this richly deserved honour.

 

BALLYHEIGUE

GAA Lotto: Ballyheigue GAA lotto draw was held at the GAA Clubroom last Tuesday the 7th of June. The winning numbers were 14, 15, 23, 28 . There was no winner of the jackpot. The winning tickets for the €25 prize drawn were Patrick & Mary Flahive and Michael Kenny. The third ticket out was for Damian Casey and will be entered into the special Summer bonus draw. The jackpot will be € 4,600 next week. Ballyheigue GAA lotto is now available online on PLAY.CLUBFORCE.COM. The online system will give the subscriber a number of play options. Thank you for your support.

Hurling Results - Under 13 Hurling: Hard luck to the Ballyheigue under 13 Hurling team who lost to Tralee Parnells Hurling team at Cahersalee during the week . The final score was Tralee Parnells 1. 8 Ballyheigue 0.9.

Under 7s: Ballyheigue Under 7s had a great morning in Ardfert last Saturday playing 3 games and performing very well. A great bunch of players. Thanks to St. Brendan’s for hosting.

Kerry Hurling: The Kerry Hurling season ended last weekend in defeat to Wexford. Looking back over the year the team has delivered many outstanding performances. Though there is no silverware to show now I feel that it is well within their ability to achieve greater things next year. Well done to the team and management especially players Michael Leane, Colin Walsh and selector Brendan O’Sullivan.

POC Fáda: The County Finals of the POC Fáda will take place next weekend the 17th of June. It will be confirmed to Clubs if it will go ahead Friday, Saturday or Sunday what ever is most suitable for the players. Each Club will nominate one senior and one under 16 player. The Munster finals will take place on Saturday 25th June at Kerryhead Mountain.

 

BALLYMACELLIGOTT

Club Senior Team: Ballymac GAA v Austin Stacks GAA

On Sunday, in dry and blustery conditions our Senior Men’s team faced Austin Stacks in Round 9 of the Div. 1 Senior County football league in Ballymac GAA.

In a tightly contested first 20 minutes, both sides were testing each other out with scores difficult to come by with some great defending on display. However, it was the visitors who proved a little more clinical in the first period and the half time score was Ballymac 0-1 Austin Stacks 1-4

Austin Stacks added a further three goals in the second half which ended the game as a contest however our boys battled on and showed some great fighting spirit up until the final whistle.

It was Austin Stacks who left Ballymac GAA with the two points on a final score of Ballymac 0-5 Austin Stacks 4-8.

Development Football League Rd 5: Ballymacelligott B v Kilcummin B Fri 17 June @ 8pm in Ballymac.

Kerry Minor Team: Congratulations to the Kerry Minor Team who were victorious in the 2022 Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship QF, Tyrone v Kerry in MW Hire O’ Moore Park, Portlaoise. Tyrone 1- 4 Kerry 0-8

Well done and congratulations to Niall Collins everyone in Ballymac are very proud of you.

Underage Development Teams

We had boys involved in 2 development teams we are very proud of the hard work they are putting in.

Well done to our Ballymac boys who played with U15 Noth Kerry Development Team against West Cork. Mairtin Mc Kivergen, Eoin Moriarty and Jack Joy

Kerry 5-18 Cork 1-11

Well done to our 3 Ballymac boys who played against Kildare with under 14 North Kerry team today. Padraig Reidy, Michael Quirke and Eoghan Joy.

Scór na bPaistí is back!

Would you like to represent Ballymacelligott GAA ~ This cultural competition is open to all who attend National School.

There are nine categories with something for everyone.

See GAA Scór Oifigiúil or phone/text Josephine at 086 160 7355

District final is Sat 18th June Knocknagoshel at 6.30pm

Coiste na nÓg

Under 13 boys

Our boys U13 gold team travelled to Killarney to face Dr Crokes on Friday night. Both sides played some lovely football but it was the home side that took the spoils. Final score 5-15 to 4-04. Our boys finished second in their group and qualify for the div 3 semi-finals next week.

The Ballymacelligott Blue team travelled to Dr Crokes Killarney this evening. From the throw in Ballymac were on the back foot going down 1-01to no score in the first few minutes of the game. The Ballymac team came back strong though with points from Daniel Moriarty and goals from Graham West and Adrian o Connor, bringing the boys back into the game. They dominated the rest of the game with superb interplay and excellent defence from Gearoid Joy, Fionn Enright and Jackson Brosnan. Another goal from Patrick Leen in the second half sealed the game. Final score 3-08 to 1-10 to Ballymac in what was a thrilling encounter.

U11 Boys

We travelled to Farranfore on Thursday 9th June for our games against Firies. It was a sunny evening and our boys played some lovely football.

The gold team were doing some super passing and were scoring goals one after the other. It wasn’t all a one-sided affair as Firies fought back hard. Tadhg Brick played a brilliant game this evening scoring all round him. Micheál Scanlon was steady at the back. A big shout out to Conor Mangan and the other U9 boys Mikey and speedy Jayden for helping out. Well done lads. Thanks to Firies for hosting. We’ve a game against Dr Crokes next Thursday at home. Keep up the practice boys!

Under 9s

Our u 9s continued with Training on Sunday morning at the main pitch between 11-12 . There was a great turn out from all the players with big emphasis on the Hand pass & kicking skills . Players are showing great progress each week and we thank them for putting in a huge effort each week. 1. Great tackling from Scott Fitzmaurice Cuan Maguire and Dara Fealy. 2. Great kick passing from Conor Mangan Euan Hannah Shane o Connell Ryan Kelliher & Cuan Maguire. 3. There was Great point Scoring from Kyle o Sullivan Isaac Lynch Darragh Moran and Mikey Brosnan. 4. There was Great Hand passing from Jack o Connell Ross Sugrue Sean Ireland, Jason Mc Donnell & joey o Connor. . We travel to Listry next Sunday to play the locals in the u 9 Go Games Blitz. Game will Commence at 10 30.

Health and Wellbeing

Mothers and Others continues every Tuesday evening at main pitch from 6.15pm to 7.15pm. Our skills will be put to the test this coming Sunday 19th as we play in a blitz in Mallow. Exciting times!

Our Little Stars (GAA for ALL) commenced last Thursday 9th June at 6.30pm in the Training pitch. It was lovely to welcome some new faces and we look forward to lots of fun, Children with additional needs are welcome to attend for fun and sociable games. Contact Oonagh 087-7532949 to book your place.

Work on our community walking track is continuing at the training field. This facility will be open to all of our community to enjoy. If you or your business are in a position to contribute to this community initiative please call Oonagh 087-7532949 or Joanne 087-6744334

 

BEALE

SENIORS: Beale seniors were defeated by Ardfert on Sunday in the County League, Division 4. A very low-scoring first half with both teams missing from placed ball. We trailed by 0-2 to 0-5 at the short whistle.

Ardfert seemed the slicker team and had missed goal opportunities, one brilliantly saved. We brought them back to within a point in the second half which was very much a start-stop affair. Our opponents popped over two quick points to put their stamp on the game. The final score read: Beale 0-6, Ardfert 0-10.

Beale lined out as: Se=E2n Dee, John Griffin, Shane Joy, Jack O’Sullivan, Fionnán Toomey, Jeremy King, Seamie O’Sullivan (capt), Phillie Blake, Diarmuid O’Mahony, Conor Toomey, Robert Stack, Barry O’Neill, Ger O’Gorman, Neilus Mulvihill and Ian Mannix. Substitutes, Eric Daly for Diarmuid O’Mahony, Se=E2n Maloney for Jack O’Sullivan and Pádraig Murphy for Barry O’Neill (inj.).

We now rank seventh on the table, with four wins from eight games. We will be hoping to redress the balance when we travel to Keel on Sunday. Throw in is st 2 o’clock. The following weekend, we travel to Cromane and our final round game will be against Austin Stacks B.

Beale juniors contest Division 4A of the North Kerry League. Our first round game is on Tuesday, June 21st, against Tarbert in Páirc de Staic at 7.30. The following week we travel to Ballyduff. The other teams in this division are Moyvane and Clounmacon.

Congratulations to Beale Lotto Jackpot winner! Peter Byrne wins €3950. The winning Lotto numbers drawn on Sunday night in Mikey Joe’s were 3, 12, 23 and 30.

Next week’s jackpot is €1,000. The draw takes place on Sunday night in The Old Attic at 9 o’clock. Ticket €2 each or 3 for a fiver. To be in with a chance of winning our lotto, get your weekly tickets in Joyce’s Newsagents or in the local pubs.

You can also play online by downloading the Clubforce app or simply click the link on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages or log onto https://clubforce.com/clubs/beale-gaa-kerry/. All online entries to be registered by 6.00pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6.00pm will be entered in the next draw.

A huge ‘míle buíochas’ to everyone who supports and promotes the Beale Lotto.

Beale GAA Club won the overall trophy for the Best Club in the North Kerry final of Scór na bPáistí on Friday night. This capped a memorable night for our young competitors as they took gold in many events.

Gracie O Sullivan, Katie Joyce, Finán Fogarty, Saoirse Fogarty and Marianne Kiely won first place in Instrumental Music, while Jack Brown won the Recitation. The Novelty Act victors were Katie Joyce, Jack Brown, Evie O’Connor, Rory O’Connor, Evelyn Pierce, Gracie O’Sullivan and Patsy Rose Byrne.

Comhghairdeas to all the children who took part in a great night’s entertainment. Well done to all involved and special mention to Betty Joyce, Finola Fogarty and Martina Browne. Best wishes to the first placed who now go forward to the County Finals on Saturday, July 2nd. Time and venue to be confirmed.

SYMPATHY: Beale GAA Club and the whole community are shocked and saddened by the sudden and untimely death of Maurice King. A character, a gentleman, a true legend, Maurice was a great ambassador of not just the Beale club but of the GAA.

An influential under-age and minor footballer, his playing career was cut short due to injury and Maurice turned his attention to the administrative side of the club. Former club vice-chairman, he represented Beale as delegate to the North Kerry Board and Shannon Rangers for many years.

He was a long-serving member of our executive committee. Actively involved in the club, he was a great fund raiser, promoting and supporting our draws, Strictly, Nite at the Dogs and all other activities. Maurice ran the Beale Lotto draw on Sunday nights for many years. He took charge of parking at matches, and, at the Beale Social and other gatherings, ‘Bromore Security’ was always on duty.

His nephew, Jeremy, carries on the strong football tradition. He has done the club proud as a prominent senior player, and wore the green and gold of the Kerry Juniors, bringing All-Ireland glory back to the seaside. Maurice was especially proud when Jeremy won a North Kerry Championship medal in 2014.

Thirty years earlier, his brother, Jimmy, had won his sixth North Kerry Championship medal, playing a pivotal role in Beale’s 1984 victory. A sharp-shooting forward, Jimmy emigrated to New York in the mid-80s, where he continued to fly the Gaelic flag.

Well known for his sense of humour and his wit, Maurice was a great storyteller and has regaled us down the years with colourful accounts of many events. He was the life and soul of every party.

With his singing voice in fine fettle, we will always remember his renditions of The Baling Twine and The Hi-ace Van. And how could we ever forget when he raised the rafters with his renowned ending to Anna from Fermanagh?

A man with a big voice, a big heart, a big smile and a big personality, Maurice has left a massive void in Beale GAA Club. We have lost a very special friend. Gone but never forgotten, Maurice has left an indelible mark on all our lives.

Beale GAA Club extends heartfelt sympathies to Maurice’s mam, Kit, to Marian, Jimmy and Jeremy and to his extended family. Solas na bhFlaitheas ar a anam dhíl. Slán agus beanbacht, Maurice.

FINUGE

SYMPATHIES: The club wishes to extend its condolences to the Galvin family of Ballinclogher, Lixnaw, on the passing of Kathleen Galvin. The entire family have a long involvement with Finuge GAA club at all levels and continue to be big supporters and help out where possible. Condolences to Jimmy, Tina, Paul, Ciara, Caitríona, Raymond and the wider Galvin and Moriarty families.

SENIOR: The county league game scheduled for this weekend was postponed due to the club bereavement. It is expected to be played this weekend but not fixed at time of writing.

U15: Our boys return to action with the North Kerry league action against Moyvane at home on June 22nd.

U13: Round three of phase II in the county league saw the lads play Listowel Emmets. A tight game saw the honours split with a draw on the score line Finuge 2-07 to Listowel’s 1-10. The boys are now into the semi final and are awaiting details.

U11: The team were at home to Castleisland Desmonds on Thursday evening. Both Finuge teams played really well and are improving with every outing. Next up is an away trip to Dingle this week.

U9: Well done to our boys and girls who played Listowel Emmets last week. Loads of skills and good football from everyone. Meantime training continues on Wednesday evenings.

U7: Our U7s were busy taking on St Senans last week at home! Loads of fun and plenty of good football skills were on display - well done to everyone! Training continues on Wednesday evenings and any new members are most welcome.

Scór na bPáistí - Well done to Aoibhinn Commane who won third place in the solo signing last Friday night in Ballubunion.

CÚL CAMP; Booking is open for the Finuge Cúl Camp. This is open to anybody within the club or outside and a great week’s fun is always guaranteed!

CLUB FUNDRAISER: Important notice - Finuge GAA have decided to extend the draw date for the car raffle fundraiser. The new draw date is the 1st of October. Have you bought your tickets yet? The main aim of our fundraiser is to provide facilities into the future for our young boys and girls. You can enter our fantastic fundraiser car raffle for a Volkswagon Tiguan R-Line worth over €50,000. Tickets are available at local outlets such as McCarthys Bar in Finuge, Foleys Shop, Stacks Shop, The Filling Station, Railway Bar, Dew Drop Bar, The Post Office, JJ Walsh’s Butchers and Woodview Vets - all in Lixnaw. Also, Brosnans Bar and Larry Buckley Butchers in Listowel, Powers Shop in Abbeydorney, O’Connells Agri Store Irremore or on our website www.finugegaa.com

A big thank you to everyone who has helped so far with the club fundraiser - we are always looking for anyone that can give a couple of hours or can help in the background! Well done to our tickets sellers who were very busy at the Munster Final in Killarney last Saturday. Lots of tickets sold with some sunburn thrown in too!

KERRY TEAMS: The Kerry hurlers bowed out of the championship with a defeat to Wexford last Saturday. They didn’t go down without a fight and overall can be happy with how they fought well over their last two high profile games. The Kerry minor footballers pulled off the win against Tyrone in the All Ireland quarterfinal in what was a tight, close game, coming away with a one point victory in a nail biting finish! Good luck to them in the semi final. The Kerry senior ladies beat Galway last Saturday in the Ladies Football Championship round 1 game. On the camogie front the county ladies made it another win this time against Dublin in the Intermediate Championship. This game was played in Lixnaw and with three wins in a row these girls are in flying form and into the All Ireland quarter finals! The Kerry Senior footballers have drawn our old friends Mayo in the quarterfinals - best of luck to them!

 

KILMOYLEY

Kerry: The senior team had another great win in the Dimplex Intermediate All-Ireland championship on Saturday, winning their game against Dublin in Lixnaw by 0-11 to 1-7. This result should see Kerry through to the quarter finals, but they have two games remaining against Westmeath, this Saturday and away to Galway to guarantee their place. Well done to Ciara O’Sullivan who is a member of the training panel.

Kerry hurlers: What a great year it was for the Kerry hurlers led by captain Paudie O’Connor. Unfortunately, it came to an end last Saturday against Wexford at Austin Stack park with a 0-18 to 3-30 defeat. There are many positives to take from the season and manager Stephen Molumphy will certainly be looking to an even better season in 2023. All focus will once again be turning to the County championship which gets underway on the weekend of 24th June.

 

LIXNAW

Results and Fixtures: Activity last week was confined to the coaching and training sessions for the Juvenile teams. Fiadh and Kyle were the Under 7 players of the week while Jack and Tadhg were the Under 9 players of the week. Robbie and Rian received the player of the week award for the Under 11 panel. All of these panels are making great progress and really enjoying themselves as well.

Congratulations to the Lixnaw Community Games hurling team and management who won Bronze medals in Kenmare on Sunday.

Congratulations and well done to Julie Anne O‘Keeffe and Kate Buckley who played with the victorious Kerry camogie team who defeated Dublin in Hermitage Park on Saturday.

Commiserations to Martin, Conor and Shane who lined out with Kerry when they were defeated by Wexford in the All Ireland senior hurling preliminary quarter final qualifier at Austin Stack Park on Saturday.

Our senior hurlers will begin their championship campaign on the weekend of July 2nd/3rd when they play Crotta and they are scheduled to play Ballyheigue on the weekend of July 9th/10th.

SYMPATHY: It was with a profound sense of sadness that we learned of the passing of Kathleen Galvin (née Moriarty) of Ballinclogher and formerly of Curraheen, Tralee. Kathleen was a great supporter of Lixnaw Hurling club and Finuge football club throughout her time living in Ballinclogher. Herself and Jimmy travelled many roads following the local clubs and the county teams. We would like to extend our sympathy to Jimmy, Tina, Paul, Ciara, Catríona and Raymond as well, as to her sisters Joan ( Derrymore ), Eileen and Mary (New York) and her extended family.

Split the Bucket: Congratulations to Mark and Pat McNamara, Slí na Faiche who won €128 in the draw on Friday evening.

Lotto: The numbers drawn last week were 2,23,27 and 31. John Coleman, Ballinageragh, Mary Dennehy, Ballinclogher and Eilish Corridan, Ballyhorgan won €20 each. The jackpot will be €8,250 on this Monday evening.

 

MOYVANE

Club lotto: There was no winner of the €4,200 Jackpot. Numbers drawn were 7,13,19 and 23. Lucky Dips: 1. Hannah Enright, Enrights Bar 2. Eileen Fitzmaurice, Aughrim 3. Colin Eoghan Kennelly, c/o Aidan 4. Mary Leahy, Moyvane 5. Deirdre Kelliher, Online Tickets are available Online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page. All online entries to be registered by 6pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6pm will be entered in the next draw. Tickets also available at Enright’s Bar, Speedy’s Bar, Hanrahans Bar, Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op, A New U and Curl Up & Dye. You can also contact any Committee Member.

Next Weeks Jackpot €4,400 and will be held in Speedys Bar Sunday the 19th of June at Speedys 8.00pm As always thank you for your continued support. #UpTheBoro

SCL Div 5 Rd 9: Moyvane had a good win away to Asdee on Saturday last on a final score of Moyvane 3-11 to Asdee 0-9. Well done lads.

Junior Development League Shield Final: Best of luck to the Moyvane Junior team and management who take on Ardfert on Sunday, June 19th at 2.00pm. Venue for the final will be confirmed during the week.


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