Kilrossanty gaa notes

November 7, 2018


Clotto Results No Winner of a Jackpot of €6,700 Held in Micilins Bar Kilrossanty on 06/01/13 Numbers 05 10 24 27 Were €30 Won by the Following People Anthony Mulhearne Mrs. k Connors Adramone Sellers Prize of €30 Ger Walsh C/O Friary
Next Clotto to be held in Crottys inn Leamybrien for Jackpot of €6,800 on 13/01/13

Kilrossanty G.A.A. Club has recently agreed the purchase of additional land adjacent to the club grounds at Páirc Naomh Bríd, Leamybrien. It is our intention to develop on this land a second playing pitch and training area to cater, in particular, for our growing number of juvenile players. In order to fund this development we propose to run a prize draw confined to 100 ticket-holders (The 100 Club) who will each have the opportunity to win 52 cash prizes ranging from 1,000 euro to 50 euro and all for the outlay of only 5 euro per week. Seventy percent of the profit from this draw will go towards the repayment of the loan on the purchase of the land with a further thirty percent being spent on developing the new grounds. The Kilrossanty Club has made huge strides in terms of development in recent years trying to provide a sporting outlet not alone for its G.A.A. membership, but for all members of the community, the fully equipped gym being just one example. We therefore appeal to you all to consider becoming a member of The 100 Club and support this draw. We appeal in particular to the parents and guardians of young children in the area to consider purchasing a ticket, so that we can continue to provide a healthy sporting outlet for our youth in a spacious and safe environment. We have a deadline of February 1st 2013 for taking names and would encourage you to put your name in as soon as possible as there are at present only 50 places left to fill. If you want to join, please contact any member of the adult or juvenile committee or you can also go to and click on the (Club 100 Draw) link in the side bar of the home page where you can download the standing order form and letter explaining how the draw works and the three ways to join the draw.

it’s that time of year again where we all promise to get fit and lose those pounds from Christmas so there’s no excuse come along and join the Kilrossanty Gaa gym its only 100 euro for 12 months (less than 2 euro a week) which is great value and only 50 euro for Kilrossanty Club players.

RECYCLED CLOTHESIf you are thinking of doing a clear out for the New Year we are still collecting old clothes/shoes/boots/handbags/curtains/bed clothes, ECT so if you need some place to bring your unwanted old clothes, you can help the Club out by leaving them in the entrance hall of the gym.

There will be a meeting in the Gaa club on this Wednesday the 9th of January at 9pm to show members the final draft of the Club plan. We will be launching the Club plan on Thursday the 17th of January in the Community centre Ballymacarbry alongside Fourmilewater, Nire, Tallow, Ballyduff Upper and Melleray.

MINOR FOOTBALLTime to get out your boots out again as the Minor football Championship is due to start on the weekend of the 2/3rd of February.

Congratulations to Barry Prendergast Kealfoun, and Aoife Long Glanmire who were married recently. Best wishes to both of ye for the future together.

Money still outstanding from the Deise Draw. Please pay this money to Mairead as soon as possible.

Sympathy to Walsh family Barnakill on the death of Kathleen Walsh who died last week, also to the Hennebry family Bellaheen on the death of Richard Dick Hennebry who died last week. Both burials took place in Kilrossanty cemetery, May they both rest in peace.