Cloyne GAA Club Notes

29 October, 2016

Cloyne GAA Notes;

Lotto;

We had no winner of last week’s Lotto draw for a €2,200 jackpot or no winner of the €1000 prize for matching 3 numbers plus the bonus.

The winning numbers drawn were 7,18,21,27 bonus 14.

We had 3 match 3 winners who each receive €50

Felix Sherlock Cloyne Meadows.

Carmel Harty Cloyne

Sharon Cott Ballycotton.

Next week’s draw for a €2,400 jackpot will take place in the Tower Bar with tickets costing only €2 available from all local outlets and committee members.

Cork GAA Clubs Draw;

Tickets are now on sale for this Draw. It is a risk free fundraising promotion available to our Club and, indeed, all Clubs across the County. Tickets cost €100 per annum with a guaranteed 45% contribution to the draw members club rising to 58% on agreed target achievement. Tickets are available from draw co-ordinators Ray Cusack and Eoin O’Gorman or any committee member.

AGM;

The 2016 AGM will be held in Pairc Cluain Uamha on Friday 25th November at 8pm.Nomination forms and motion forms will be distributed to all eligible members in due course. All members are asked to make an effort to attend and have their voice heard on matters both on and off the field for 2016.

Dinner Dance;

The annual dinner dance will take place on Sunday 30th October in Garryvoe Hotel at which we will be honouring the County winning team of 1966 and the all conquering 1976 team which won the league and championship double. This year’s Junior football East Cork Champions will also be receiving their medals on the night. A great night is assured with tickets only €25 from any committee member.

Golf Society;

The society’s annual trip to Kenmare will take place next Sat/Sun 22nd/23rd October with golf in Kenmare golf club at 12 noon on both days. Anyone wishing to travel please contact any society member.

Commiserations;

The club would like to express its sympathies to the family of the late Kitty O’Shea who was buried last week-end. The O’Shea family is a very popular family in Cloyne and this was borne out by the very large crowds that descended on the family home at St Colman’s Tce and for the funeral mass on Sunday.

All of her sons played with the club with distinction winning many East Cork and County Medals. A number of her daughters were prominent figures with Cloyne Camogie teams of the past. She was a character of a woman who will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

Ar dheis De go raibh a Ainm.

Congratulations;

Congratulations to Bandon who added the Intermediate Football crown to the Premier Intermediate Hurling title an incredible achievement, and also to Carbery Rangers who won their first ever Senior Football title over the weekend.