BRIDE ROVERS GAA CLUB NOTES.

20 March, 2015

LOTTO AT €4,400.

The Lotto Jackpot for Tuesday March the 10th was €4200 and the 4 numbers drawn were 5/7/10 and 23 with no winner .

 The winners of €30 each were Brenny O Driscoll Jnr, Martine Carey, Mick Kenny, Willie Barry and Marie O Driscoll Watergrasshill. The Jackpot for St Patricks night was €4400.

 

SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE. On St Patricks Day we played Erins Own in Caherlag in the Co SHL. We lost by 1  17 to 0  13 after a good game. We play Youghal away at 12 noon next Sunday march 22nd.

Team v Erins Own;   Stephen Boyce, DJ Cahill, Donncha Carr, Fergus Collins, Daniel Dooley, Stephen Glasgow, Frank Hogan, Barry Johnson, Shane Kearney, Jason Mannix, Brian Murphy, James Murphy, Brendan O' Driscoll, Jason Pratt, Stephen Pratt, Ryan Prendergast, Sean Ryan, Shane Walsh. 

 

SCOR MUNSTER FINAL.

After various complications our Leiriu cast of Jonathon Brackett, John Arnold and Mossy O Sullivan are through to the Munster Senior Scor Final. The Provincial Final will be held in the Eire Og GAA Pavilion on Saturday week March 28th starting at 6 o clock. The Leiriu (formerly Novelty Act) will be on in the second half, around 8.30pm and support would be welcome.

SYMPATHY.

We extend our sympathy to Fr Ml Leamy PP on the death recently of his father John of Johnstown, Glanworth.

 

MEMBERSHIP FEES 2015.

A reminder that Club membership fees for 2015 are now due.  The playing season on all fronts is getting into full swing.  Players cannot play with the Club until membership Fee is paid. As in previous years anyone who wants to arrange staged payments over a few months can do so. The Membership fees for this year are;

 Players €100, Ordinary adult membership €50, OAP's €20 and Students €40. To become a member of the Bride Rovers GAA Club just contact any Club Officer.

Laois- 1915.

Laois won the All Ireland Hurling title in 1915 -one hundred years ago. Plans are underway in the O Moore County to commemorate this anniversary. In the 1915 Final Laois defeated Cork and by a quirk of fate Cork were trained by a Corkman, Pat Lee, from Bartlemy village. The terms 'trainer', 'manager' or 'coach' were not invented back then but Pat Lee is credited as being a huge influence on the winning side. Pat had been a great player on the 'old' Bartlemy and Rathcormac teams in the late 1880's. He found employment with the GS&W Railway Company and went to work in various Train Stations. It was while he was working at Ballybrophy, Co. Laois that he got involved with the local GAA scene. Ballygeehan were the Laois Co SH Champions in 1914 and thus had the selection of the County team in 1915 -in a similar way Redmonds were the Cork standard bearers. On Friday night next March the 21st  an event is being held in the little hamlet of Ballygeehan to kick-start the commemorative events for the year. Relations of Pat Lee from Bartlemy, Limerick and Spain have been invited as well as representatives from the Club. County Board Chairman Gerard Lane is a relative of Pat Lee as are the Cotter family of Hightown Bartlemy and the Hanrahan family of Ashfield Place.  On Easter Monday Cork and Laois will play a Senior Hurling game in Ballacolla (Clogh-Ballacolla) is the present day GAA Club in the Parish. Later in the year a Booklet on the 1915 win will be published.

 

SCRAP.

We are still collecting scrap metal for ongoing fundraising for the Club. Nothing is too small and nothing is too large, just ring 087 9538077. 

 

Club Sponsors.

The Bride Rovers GAA Club are proud to have Rathcormac Tyres, O Coileáns Bar and Veolia Environmental Services as our valued Club Sponsors.