Erin's Own GAA Club News

17 June, 2014

Lotto: The latest club lotto numbers were drawn on Wednesday 11/06/2014 The numbers drawn were 10,12,15,28, There was no winner of this week's lotto, €30 winners were, Evelyn Noonan, Derry & Ellen Murray & Michael Nolan, Next week's jackpot is €4340. Tickets can be bought from any member or log on to the clubs website www.erinsowngaa.ie for other ways of playing, Thanks to all those who support our clubs lotto.

Club Shop: New open hours, the shop will now be open during selected week days as well as the weekend normal hours, Monday 10am to 11:30am, Tuesday 10am to 11:30am, Wednesday 10am to 11:30am & 6:30pm to 8pm, Saturday 10am to 12pm & Sunday 11am to 12:30pm, any queries or questions on stock or orders just drop an e-mail to Dara at erinsowngaaclub@gmail.com or phone or text Michael on 086 8699145, Oonagh on 086 8984687 or Dara on 089 4464412

Golf Classic: Thanks once again to everyone who helped organise & who supported our golf classic in any way, it was a great success & is a major fundraiser for the club.

Erins Own Book Launch: All welcome

                                                                   Erins Own
                                                    From an acorn to an oak.
Will be launched on Thursday 3rd July next at 7.30 at the Radisson Hotel in Little Island, by our own Brian Corcoran.
This publication written by Paddy Twomey, comprises of seventeen chapters and three Appendices, totalling over 500 pages and approximately 200 photographs.
It is a very comprehensive account, particularly of the period 1988-2013, of the history of the club.
It describes our journey from very humble beginnings to where we find ourselves today.
Chapter 17 contains over 50 pages and is dedicated to the Ladies Football and Camogie club.
It is a unique production as far as club histories go because Paddy has been deeply involved in all facets of the club,both  adult and juvenile, as a selector and administrator for over 40 years now.
He gives a fly-on-the wall account, particularly of our major successes, our near misses, our agonies and ecstasies. Battles won and battles lost both on and off the field.
Chapter 16 is entitled  A Home of our Own. And Paddy traces the history of  the acquisition of the pitch, the development of our complex, and adjoining land in detail.
It should be of great interest to everybody (male and female) associated with our club, whether now or at any time within the past fifty years.
Hopefully this book will form an important reference for present and future generations to enjoy