Scrap Collection: On behalf of the CTB GAA ~ Field Development Association, this is final call for collecting any suitable scrap you may have to give us please. You all have been great so far, but if you have found any more can you please contact either John Brady (087 995 4367 (M)), Gerry Dolan on (087 415 9474(M), or myself on (087 1267 131(M) immediately and we organise to collect it. All this scrap will be turned into liquid cash which we desperately need to help service our outstanding field loan. So all help and support greatly appreciated.
Limerick Development Draw: The Limerick Development Draw is progressing well and can I urge anyone still interested in joining this draw please contact Seanie Gilbert on 087 6666 303 (M) as soon as possible. Finally do appreciate all those who continue to support this draw and CTB GAA Club also benefit from some of the revenue generated from this draw.
Supporting the Lotto: The Weekly lotto amount is now €5,900 this week, which is rising again, so appreciate can everyone continue to buy lotto tickets, and best of luck to all who buy a ticket(s) and also especially help support our club.
GAA Lottery: Numbers Drawn: 6-8-24-28. There was no jackpot winner.
Lucky Dip: €50 Mike O’Sullivan Castletown, €20 Claire Hourigan Cappanahane, €20 Aidan Mason Ballybunion and €20 Angela Dillon Ballyagran.
This Weeks Jackpot: €5,900
I.C.A: The last meeting of Ballyagran I.C.A was held in the hall, Ballyagran on Wednesday October 2nd, with president Nellie Cagney presiding, guest speaker on the night was Joan Galvin, she gave us a great account of the cruise, she and other people from the parish were on. The best holiday she was ever on. Nellie Cagney thanked Joan for taking time out and coming to the ICA. She also judged the competition. Winners were Biddy Vaughan, Joan Cagney and Kathleen Cunningham. Raffle winners included Mary Walsh, Biddy Vaughan, Kathleen Cunningham, Nellie Cagney and Joan Cagney. Sheila Carroll served a lovely tea which brought the meeting to a close.
A.R.A: The local active retired club held a committee meeting on Monday night in the hall, Ballyagran. Eight members were present, chairperson Joan Cagney welcomed those present, Secretary Mary Cagney read the minutes of the previous meeting. Numerous items were discussed, including a mini break but nine of our members are going on a break with Kilmallock club, the mini break was put on-hold. The club’s christmas dinner and venue was discussed. Details of same later. A trip to Blarney Woolen Mills and Griffins Gardens are on the cards, late November or early December. The October social will take place as usual the last Tuesday in October, the 29th. The November social is being brought forward to Tuesday the 19th November. If enough people are interested in going to see ‘Aladdin’ in UL can give their name to someone at the October social. A vote of sympathy was proposed to Bridie Kennedy on the death of her husband , that concluded the meeting.