G.A.A. Lottery: Numbers Drawn: 7-10-12-20. There was no jackpot winner.
Lucky Dip: €50 Jim Cullinane, Cappananty; €20 Pam O’Shea, Dromcolliher; €20 David Barry, Ballyagran and €20 Helen Moynihan Ballyagran.
This Weeks Jackpot: €6,200
Christmas Monster Bingo Event: in Charleville Park Hotel, Wednesday Evening, December 11, 2013
Just to inform you that Castletown / Ballyagran GAA Club are now planning another fantastic and this time Christmas Monster Bingo Event on Wednesday Evening 11th December again, at the lovely Charleville Park Hotel, and the prize money this time to be won is now risen to a superb €5,000! Price of raffle books / jackpot sheets will remain the same as previous Bingo events held there, so this is really fantastic value, and just think what some of this prize money could do around Christmas time. Equally this will be a great social and enjoyable night out right around Christmas. There will also be a great raffles plus spot prizes and generally a lot of fun and craic as well as we enter the season of goodwill and festive cheer. Looking forward to it already, and hope you all are as well. So please now make a note in your diary, calendar on kitchen wall, your phone, where ever, and also please please tell everyone you know to come along to this event which promises to be a great night all round. More details to follow soon.
Supporting the Lotto: The Weekly lotto amount is now €6,200 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.
Congratulations to Feenagh / Kilmeedy: On behalf of everyone at our club, sincere congratulations and well done to Feenagh / Kilmeedy who beat Feohanagh Castlemahon in the Junior ‘A’ County Final last Sunday in Newcastle West, with a very spirited and whole hearted team performance and we wish them well as they now continue in this Junior ‘A’ competition in Munster. Also commiserations to Feohanagh Castlemahon, who did their best but came up slightly short on the day.