Killybegs GAA notes 24/10/16
This week's Kilotto numbers were 3,12,18,29 There was no Jackpot winner. Next weeks Jackpot is at €7,950. There was 1 match 3 winner this week, David Murphy, Carraigaline, Co.Cork.
PLAY KILOTTO ONLINE
You can play Kilotto online on smartlotto.ie by following this link,http://bit.ly/KillybegsGAA
Once you enter the site it's all very straight forward, you can pick your own numbers or do a quick pick. Good luck everyone.
There was no winner of the bingo Jackpot. Next weeks bingo jackpot is at €5,750 on 45 no.'s. Bingo every Monday at 9pm in the Forresters Hall..
KILOTTO SELLERS FOR NEXT FEW MONTHS
OCTOBER - being organised by Teirnan O Rourke (if there are any
members available to sell please let Teirnan know)
NOVEMBER - Minor Board. Minor Board to organise sellers for November
DECEMBER - Senior Ladies/Senior Men
KILOTTO SELLERS WANTED!!
Any young person looking to make a few Euro for pocket money, Sellers will
receive 40c for every box filled. Please contact Carmel or Fionnuala.
THURSDAY, U16 Divisional Final, Killybegs V Naomh Columba in Ardara at 7.00pm
SATURDAY, U13 girls home to Aodh Rua at 11.30am in the A County Semi Final.
SATURDAY, U21s V Realt na Mara, U21B Semi Final, at 2pm, venue TBC
Best of luck to all our teams!
A big well done to our Senior men's team who retained our long standing Senior Club Championship status by overcoming Glenfin in the Senior Championship Religation Final Replay on Saturday. Final score Killybegs 2.13 Glenfin1.6.
Well done to our young boys and girls who took part in a coaching and development session on Sunfay morning in Fintra with Ulster coaches Philip Kerr and Kevin Coary. Thanks to all coaches and helpers on the day.
Commiserations to our U13 boys team who narrowly lost out to St.Eunans after extra time in the County Semi Final on Saturday.
MINOR BOARD PRESENTATION NIGHT
This will take place in the Bayview Hotel on Friday 2nd December at 7pm
We have registered the club for MOVEMBER as KillybegsGAA on https://ie.movember.com/mospace/?firstvisit=true, we hope some of our male members and players will take part in this great event supporting men's health!
Movember are being supported by the GAA again this year to stop men dying too young.
On average men die 6 years earlier than women, the reasons for this are complicated but it's clear that men aren't comfortable talking about their health, feelings or going to the doctor and instead they suffer in silence. With 1 in 8 Irish men being diagnosed with prostate cancer and 8 in 10 suicides being men, it's clear that we need to take action.
GROW! men in Killybegs GAA club can support by registering and growing a moustache for the 30 days of Movember
On a daily basis our fathers, brothers, sons and friends face a health crisis that's not being talked about. We can't afford to stay silent, we need to talk, and we need to take action.
Anyone with information for club notes or any changes to fixtures please let Aisling know by Monday evening.
Aisling Ní Mhuireán
Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí
CLG Na Cealla Beaga