There was no jackpot winner on Tuesday, May 28, when the numbers drawn were 1, 18, 23 & 25. One lucky player C. Meehan matched three numbers and won €100. The Jackpot will be €3,200 for our next draw on Tuesday, June 11.
Winners on Thursday, May 30: Kieran Browne & George Phelan, Mike McGarry & John StJohn, Bernie Myles & Michael Keane, Pat O’Brien & Liam Meagher, Kitty Hanley & Marie Cuddihy, Margaret Fallon won the Monthly Jackpot.
New players are always welcome to our 25 card game on Thursday nights.
The next whist drive on this Monday, June 10, will be for St. Joseph’s Young Priest Society. We thank all who supported last week’s whist drive in aid of Bothar which raised €100.
CLCG NAOMH PÁDRAIG
There was no Jackpot Winner on Tuesday, May 28, when two tickets matched 3 numbers. Numbers Drawn: 11, 16, 18, 20. Match “3” winners who received €50 each were: Kit O’Connor Archway Bar & Daithi Hogan Peafield
Helena Morrissey won €100 in the GAA Lotto Spin the Wheel in Anglims Cloneen on Saturday night last when Helena was spinning the wheel on behalf of her father Paddy McGrath.
We ask parents of juveniles to please support our club lotto by purchasing tickets at training sessions and in the local shops. The Jackpot will be €2,950 for our next draw on Tuesday, June 11. All are welcome to attend the Lotto Draw in the clubrooms at Anner Park at 9pm.
Our U14 footballers travelled to Cahir for the South final on Thursday, May 30, when they faced a very strong side from Kilsheelan-Kilcash who won by 5-12 to 4-3. Team: Brendan Kearney Jack Meagher, Michael Boland, Eoin Ryan, Jamie Broderick, Darragh Hall, Barry O’Dwyer, Eddie Hayes, Dale Murphy, Conor Duggan, Frank Meagher, Adam Cuddihy, Seán Ryan, Niall Mockler, James Fitzgerald, Robert Grant, and Thomas Phelan. We thank the selectors Colm Duggan and James Ryan and the trainers Ciarán Mockler and Cathal Mahoney for the time and effort they put into getting this team to a South Final and a special word of thanks to the parents and grandparents who drove the players to training and matches over the last few months. Finally a word of thanks to the many supporters who travelled to Cahir last Thursday and to all the earlier games on the way to the South Final. We now turn our attention to hurling.
We play Ballyporeen in the Under 12 South Semi Final on Monday, June 10, in Clonmel Sportsfield at 6.45pm. We hope to see a large number of supporters present once again.
Our junior hurlers continue their campaign on this Saturday night in Fethard at 7.30pm when Clonmel Óg will be our opponents in the second game in the group section of the championship.
We extend the sympathy of St. Patrick’s GAA club to the Power family Tullocussaune on the recent death of Mrs. Eileen Cregan (nee Power) who died recently in Waterford. The Power family have been involved in Gaelic Games since before the foundation of the GAA and Eileen’s brothers John, Paddy and Michael were all prominent members of St. Patrick’s GAA club. Paddy was a member of the County Board for many years and also served as a County Minor Football selector while Michael won 3 South championships in 1963 and also won many awards for his music skills in Scor and other competitions. John lined out for several St. Patrick’s teams including the Junior footballers of 1954 defeated by Ardfinnan in the South Final. May she rest in peace.
The annual St. Patrick’s Kelloggs Summer Camp will be held in Cloneen from Monday, July 8, to Friday, July 12. Registration forms have been distributed through the schools in Cloneen and Drangan, or book online.