There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 4, 20, 29 & 31
The Christmas Bonus Draw was held this week with the following 10 X €50 lucky dip winners drawn:
1. Katie Heduan, 53 Cluan Caoin
2. Niall Cahill, Ballintoher Rd
3. Robbie Bonfield, Dooradoyle, Limerick
4. Mark O’Farrell, Coolaholiga
5. Elaine Ryan, 7 Bruach Tailte
6. David Hackett, Bawn
7. Shane Maher, Carey Glass
8. Noel Shoer, Tobar Mhuire
9. Kevin Gubbins, Gortlandroe
10. Josephine Tierney, 23 Brookville Green
Congrats to all our winners.
We now take a two week break from our lotto draw – the first lotto jackpot in 2024 will be a massive €10,100 – this draw will take place on Monday 8th Jan 2024.
Thanks to all who supported our lotto draw throughout 2023 – we look forward to your continued support in 2024.
You can play by clicking on the link below or tickets can also be bought in JKCs, the HiB, Andys, Centra, Cleary’s Daybreak and Rohans.
Killea GAA Fundraiser for little Paddy Duffy
Pictured below is six year old Paddy Duffy with his Daddy and Uncle Brian.
Paddy is son of former Nenagh Éire Óg player Kieran ‘Ducie’ Duffy and nephew of current player Brian.
Little Paddy is currently in hospital in Dublin, having undergone serious surgery.
Killea GAA Club, where Kieran now plays, are playing a fundraiser football game on St Stephens Day to help financially support Paddy and the Duffy/O Brien family at this time.
Throw in for the game is 12 noon sharp, donations will be taken at the gate or you can also donate via Revolut as below.
Please support this Killea GAA Club fundraiser for little Paddy Duffy if you can.
REVOLUT Keith on 0861799464 or Tadgh on 0833470074 for donations.
Congrats to Kevin O’Brien who won €300 in the last of the Tipperary Draw weekly draws for 2023.
The next monthly draw will take place on January 5th next.
We extend our sympathies to the Guest family on the passing of John Guest over the weekend.
John was a regular and welcome visitor to the MacDonagh Park Complex before the Covid years where he was one of the regular card players. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
See below GAA media release on the sale and dangers of Counterfeit hurling and camogie helmets:
Wishing all our members, supporters and everyone associated with Nenagh Éire Óg a happy and peaceful Christmas and every good wish for 2024.
Our Minor championship came to a tough end in Ballinderry on Sunday afternoon. Kiladangan started the brighter and put the ball in the net three times in the first 15 mins. Our girls finally found their feet and scored 1-2 before half time to come in 3-4 to 1-2 down. Playing into the wind, we fought hard but just couldn’t register the scores, thanks to some excellent saves by the Kiladangan keeper.
Congratulations to Kiladangan on a deserved win.
Afterwards Michael Cleary thanked all the girls for their efforts not just at minor, but at u15, u16 and senior level all year.
The club would like to thank Michael, James, Michelle, Ella, Breda, Criona, Paula, Caitriona and to Cian Tucker and Shane Connolly for all their help with the girls.
Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club wish to extend their sincerest condolences to the O’Brien and Morgan family on the passing of Edward (Teddy) Morgan.
Our deepest sympathies to Marie and the Morgan family and to Grace, Lily and Holly on the passing of their grandad Teddy. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
We wish all our members a happy Christmas and we look forward to great things in 2024.