kilrossanty gaa notes

November 7, 2018

The second round of the senior football championship will take place
this Saturday evening at 7.30 in Walsh park against St Saviours

Any one who joins the Gym in June for 3 Months will get a extra Month (FREE)
that’s 4 Months for the price of 3.
Gym open hours 2010 are Monday to Friday 6pm to 10pm Saturday 2pm to
5pm Sunday morning 11am to 1pm.Gym will be closed on bank holidays.

We are calling on all supporters who do not currently play our clotto
to please log on to our web site and
play online by doing so you will receive our clotto results & club
notes by email every week and be in with a chance of winning the
clotto jackpot. Remember if your not in you cant win.

Any one with old clothes/shoes/curtains/ect can now recycle them by
bringing them to the clothes bank in the gaa club car park by doing so
the club will get a donation for every bag of clothes recycled.

If you have any notes or match reports for the paper please email them
to no later then 10 o clock on
Monday mornings .

You can now check out the weather before matches by going to our
website and clicking on the weather link.This will bring you to the
met eireann home page.

No winner in the weekly clotto held last sunday night in Micilins.
25 Euros each to the following; Ann and Katie Dee, Carrigeenageragh,
Robbie Whelan, knockeylan, Jessy Whelan, Rathmeaden , Michael O Brien
c/o Crottys inn. Sellers prizes to; John Houlihan Crough and Joe Walsh
c/o Micilins.
Numbers were; 8 14 23 27
Jackpot next sunay night 3,900 in Crottys Inn.

Sympathy to Nicholas Power, Castlequarter on the death of his wife
Margaret who died last Thursday. sympathy to her sons, daughters
sisier grandchildren. daughters in law, son in law an all other
relatives on their sad loss. Burial took place in Kilrossanty
cemetary. May she rest in peace.

Best of luck to Orla Hickey Ballykilmurray who is representing
Waterford in the All Ireland camogie skills in Clare this Saturday.