Sean Treacys News

November 8, 2018

Lotto Results

Jackpot            – €9,200           –           8, 14, 18, 22 no winner

Bonus Draw    – €200                         4, 5, 16, 23 no winner



Lucky Dip



€50 Beibhim Buckley, Cappawhite.

€50 Kathleen Ryan O’Toole, Rearcross.


€25 Ava Carr, Hollyford.

€25 David O’Brien, Knockane, Newport.

€25 John Joe Nolan, Barnadomeeney.

€25 Brendan Carr, Hollyford.

€25 Tommy Wade, Rearcross.

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


Intermediate hurling

The west board have announced fixtures for the first round of the championship. We play Arravale Rvs on Sat the 16th April with time and venue yet to be confirmed. Our second team play west championship on Sat 23 April. We may be out in Intermediate hurling league next weekend. More to come on this. Please make the effort to attend training with Eamonn Sweeney whenever announced as championship for both teams draws ever closer.


Special Olympics

Special Olympics’ collection day, sponsored by Eircom will take place on Friday April 15th.

This is the biggest annual fundraising event in aid of Special Olympics Ireland and we need 3,500 volunteers to help us collect on the day.

To get involved and collect in Rearcross please visit  or text Collect followed by your name and county to 51444.



The club wishes to express our deepest sympathy to Hamie O’Dwyer and his extended family on the death of his wife Mary nee O’Toole, Knockbrittas, Kilcommon. Mary died after a short illness bravely borne. May she rest in peace