Lorrha GAA News for 8 January

November 8, 2018

Lotto: Our Currentjackpot now stands at €6,400. There numbers drawn last week were: 8 – 9 – 14 -20. No Winner.

The Lucky Dips were: Ger Heenan, GTC (c/o Madeleine Maher),Kevin Molloy, Phyllis Kennedy and John Woods (Birr). The Winning Promoterswere: Madeleine Maher, Margaret Gleeson and Kellys. Thank you for yourcontinued support throughout the past year. The lotto is a vital part of ourfundraising activity.

You can play our lotto online at where it is easy toplay every week. Tickets are €2 each or three for €5.


Adjourned AGM: TheAdjourned AGM will take place on this Saturday, 8 January at 8.15pm. Allmembers are asked to attend. New members welcome.


Coaching: Anumber of Level 1 Coaching Courses will be held in the division this February.Anyone interested in taking part should contact coaching officer, Ken Hogan.


Tipp GAA Calendar: Aspectacular 2011 GAA Calendar has been produced by the Friends of TipperaryFootball with all Tipp teams in both hurling and football over the past yearfeaturing. The calendars are free when you purchase a membership of the Friendsof Tipperary Football which costs just €20. You are also entered into a drawfor a top cash prize of €2000. The calendars can be purchased from PRO, ShaneBrophy (0876989612).


Old Time Dancing:Old Time Dancing continues on Friday night in our newly extended function roomto the music of J&S Sound. Dancing 9.30pm to 12.30am.


Sympathy: LorrhaGAA Club would like to sympathise with the O’Carroll family, Portland on thedeath of Owen O’Carroll who died last week. After moving to Lorrha from hisnative Kerry in the early 1970’s, Owen became involved with the club,particularly at juvenile level where he trained many teams from Under 12 to 21.He guided Lorrha to a second Minor ‘A’ North Final appearance in 42-years backin 2005. In 2007, he was a selector on our Intermediate team that won thecounty title. Always courteous and an immeansley positive and popular man, Owenwill be missed by all in the club. May he rest in peace.

Lorrha GAA would also like to sympathise with the familiesand both Holycross/Ballycahill and Newport GAA clubs on the deaths of the greatJohn Doyle and Jimmy Butler Coffey who both passed away last week. May theyrest in peace.


New Year Wishes: LorrhaGAA club would like to with all our members, players, volunteers, officers andsupporters a prosperous New Year.