Sean Treacys News

November 8, 2018


We have recently teamed up with Vodafone to allow people to support our club at no extra cost, simply register at and Vodafone will donate 5% of your bill or top up directly to Sean Treacys, we would love your continued help.

Lotto Results

Jackpot            – €7,200           –           1, 15, 17, 19 no winner

2nd chance       – €200              –           13, 18, 21, 24 no winner.


Lucky Dip

€50 Larry Ryan, Shanbally.

€50 PJ Collins, C/o Seamus Costello.

€25 Kieran Devitt, Rearcross.

€25 Catherine Keane, Reiska.

€25 Martin Murphy, Lackamore.

€25 Michael Ryan, Dundrum.

€25 Aoibheann Carr, Knockmaroe.

We have a new feature on the system that will help Sean Treacy’s raise funds more consistently.  This is a recurring payment feature it has two components:

1. It will allow our supporters to simply click a button while they are buying a lotto ticket and in doing so, the lotto ticket will automatically renew at the end of the chosen period – essentially an electronic direct debit scheme.

2. A new report will now appear in our club administration panel.  This new report will give us full details on the status of all of the play slips where our supporters have chosen the auto renew option. 


So play online now by logging on to




The Gaelic Athletic Association will shortly begin the production of personalised 2010 membership cards. These cards will contain each member’s name, club, county, and membership type and membership number and will only be issued to 2010 paid up members. The practice where some people pay membership and some do not is unsatisfactory so the few people please meet Ger O’Toole to settle overdue membership- players €50, Students and non players €20 as official GAA membership cards will only be issued to paid up members.


Buy a Brick 

Thanks to all who have contributed so far. Please contact our Treasurer Brendan Carr at 086 1719595 to get your name on the wall. 


Senior/Intermediate/Junior B Hurling

We played Clonoulty Junior B team at Kilcommon during the week in an exciting game finishing 2-16 to 2-14 in favour of the visitors.

Team K Ryan S Costello Sean Quigley T Keane J Berkery TJ Quigley Tom Ryan P Hickey 0-2 Sean Mullins P Carr 0-6 Sean Kennedy 0-6 S O’Dwyer Sean Hickey James Gough Ger Gilmartin Subs not used M Hanly & Dave Carroll Subs used Eamon Wade, M Carr, Matt Ryan 1-0 and Joe Carey 1-0.

Man of the match Sean Kennedy.

Move of the match Matt Carr gained possession on the twenty one and made a cross field pass to Paudie Carr who sent a bullet towards goal and Matt Ryan rose a green flag from the rebound. 


The Combo played the same opposition on Sunday evening ending 3-16 to 0-16 in favour of the reigning West champions. Our never say die attitude as we kept scoring right up to the end was admirable and remember the last time the sides met in Declan Ryans days the margin was fifteen  points after we had overcome the Fox and English Combo in 92. Our attention is focused on the Cashel game on Saturday 19th in the Tipperary Co-Op Super Valu West SHC in S T Park @ 8.00, our last game will be against old rivals Cappa.


Junior A Football

We play in the Rea Clarke Hennessy JFC ‘A’ in Dundrum @ 2.45, Clonoulty/Rossmore v Sean Treacys,

Training continues on Saturday evenings at The Sean Treacy Centre.



Tipp Draw

Thanks to all who have joined and settle your dues with Draw Coordinator John McCormack or with your local promoter.


Websites ( driven by Seamus Costello for the past year will be a great resource being linked to the websites can be used to play lotto, buy a brick , pay membership and is updated weekly by our Assistant Treasurer Tom Ryan. was established to help community organisations to promote their message FREE of charge to those living at home and away and our news is updated each week on the Kilcommon/Rearcross/Hollyford page.


U13 Girls football
Training continues every Thursday at 6.30 pm and thanks to all you parents who supervise the sessions as without you we would have to call off each session and send the girls home. Thanks to Derek O’Toole for taking the session last week and Margaret Butler for supervising.