This month’s Cordal GAA Club Lotto has been growing over the past few months and is now creating its own bit of club history with each passing month it avoids the clutches of an outright winner.
Tickets are being bought and sought high and low in advance of the next draw at Browne’s Bar in Castleisland at the end of the month, – according to club PRO Paddy Flynn.
There was no Jackpot winner of the July Lotto. The numbers called were 10, 18, 19 and 30. Lucky Dips went to: Denis Fealey, Glenlaharn; Timmy Leen, Arabella; John Brosnan, Glountane and Cork; Neilus McAuliffe, Coom and Sheila O’Connor, Cahernard. Thanks to our sellers and to all who helped out on the night. A big thanks to all of you who supported our club by buying Lotto tickets also.
The August Lotto has a massive jackpot of €7,400. This is now the largest Lotto jackpot Cordal has had to date. This month’s Lotto will take place at the end of the month in Browne’s Bar, Castleisland.
Cordal Coiste na nÓg members are in charge of this month’s Lotto. As always you can get Lotto tickets from our sellers or you can buy tickets at Kearney’s Post Office, Cordal or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear, Castleisland. If you want to buy online go to www.cordalgaa.com
Best of luck from Cordal GAA Club.
Cordal/Scart V Beaufort
Cordal/Scart Minors played Beaufort on Thursday, July 28th in Cordal. Cordal/Scart dominated the First Half and held a twelve point lead at Half Time with 3-08 to Beaufort’s 0-05. Cordal/Scart easily held their lead in the Second Half although Beaufort kept Cordal/Scart from extending their considerable lead much further. Full Time scores left Cordal thirteen points on top with 4-13 to Beaufort’s 1-09. Well done to Cordal/Scart on this impressive win.
Conor Mitchell, Jack McAuliffe, Sean O’Connell, Padraig Brosnan, Jack Walsh, Josh Kerin, Padraig O’Connor, Sean Horan, Kieran Enright, Jack Flynn, Eddie Horan, Sean Walsh, Jason Cronin, T.J O’Connor, Jason Browne. Sub: Hugh O’Connor.
Clothes Collection for Cordal GAA
Cordal GAA are collecting any unwanted or old Clothes. This is a continuous collection by the Club and all funds raised will help to improve the Club’s facilities. Donations can be dropped off at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear, Main St. Castleisland and at the Cordal Community Centre.
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