Cloyne GAA Notes;

18 January, 2015

Lotto;

There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw for a €2000 jackpot or no winner of the match 3 plus the bonus prize of €1000.

The winning numbers drawn were 4, 8,9,25 bonus 21.

2 people matched 3 numbers and each receives €75.

Mrs Sloane Ballyrussell

Anne Cusack c/o Ray Cusack.

Next week’s draw will take place in Auntie Biddies Bar with the jackpot at €2200; tickets are available locally and from any committee member.

Cloyne Commons Challenge;

Race number 2 of the 5 race series took place on Sunday 28th December with 218 runners taking part. A slightly colder day than day one but running conditions were very good and the large turnout were eager to rid themselves of the Christmas excesses.

Race number 3 will take place on Sunday 25th January again with a 9.30am start. Parking is available at both of Cloyne GAA fields and the registration of €4 will be taken at Harty’s Bar.

Sean McGrath of Churchtown South has been victorious in the first 2 races and for a full list of finishers and their times check out the Cork running blog, corkrunning.blogspot.ie

Training 2015.

Training for all club players commenced on Tuesday night last 13th January at 7.30 pm in the Old field and what a night it was, high winds snow and rain were the order of the night but it didn’t deter the lads who put in a great effort as usual.

Gym;

If your new year’s resolution involves getting fitter or losing a few pounds why not let us help you out. Membership of our new gym is available for €180 for 12 months.

Classes are also available for members and non members alike and at the moment we offer kettle bells, boot camp, circuit training and spinning.

Access is from 6am to 10pm with Ladies and gents changing facilities and showers, for more information or to arrange a tour contact Maurice on 0877097997.

Munster Council Grant;

We received a grant from the Munster Council this week, they are doing a great job redistributing gate receipt money throughout the Provence.

32 clubs in Cork were in receipt of money as well as €3.75m going towards the redevelopment of Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

So it’s great to see your hard earned money that you spend to follow Cork filtering back down to help clubs develop their facilities.