St Molleran’s Club invites public to join new lotto draw

Carrick Swan and Glenmore won the two games played in St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last week.

Carrick Swan and Glenmore won the two games played in St Molleran’s Noel Kelly Senior Hurling Tournament last week.

Swan have now reached the semi-final stages with an impressive win over Dungarvan while Glenmore overcame Roanmore to advance to the quarter final.

Meanwhile, St Molleran’s GAA club will be starting a weekly lotto draw soon. Anyone interested in joining can do so by contacting any committee member.

The Club thanks the public in advance for their support.

Membership subscriptions for the year are now due and can be paid to Jo Keane or Francis Power.

The U-14 football team played an outstanding game last Saturday, defeating St Mary’s by a point. While this was a great team performance, Joseph Keogh deserves a special mention for scoring 5-01 in the game. This team could be serious contenders for top honours this season.

The U-11 hurling team were defeated by Kilrossanty in their first city league match last Friday. The team were behind from early on and could not overcome the strong and impressive Kilrossanty outfit. This team have plenty of games left to play to get their season back on track

Sincere sympathy is extended to the Lyons, Ryan and Mullins families on their recent bereavements.