Knocknagoshel GAA Club Lotto Creeping Away Up Towards €10,000

The lotto draw for a jackpot of €9,300 was held in Walsh’s Bar on Saturday night last. The numbers drawn were 11, 12, 27 and 32.

There was no winner of the jackpot. The five lucky dips of €30 each were won by: Matthew O’Connor, Boula, Louise Roche, Knockbrack, Pat Ahern, Lyre, Peg O’Donoghue, Loughfouder, and Stephen Long, Boula.

The next draw will be for a jackpot of €9,400 and will be held in Moynihan’s Bar on Saturday, March 7th.

Tickets are available from Kieran’s XL, SuperValu, Abbeyfeale, Dillane’s Shop, Feales Bridge, the local bars and usual sellers. You can also play the club Lotto on line at the web address below.

Weekend Club Fixtures

Knocknagoshel will play Ballyduff in the North Kerry League on Sunday, February 16th. at 2pm in Knocknagoshel.

Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh will play Firies in the Minor County League on Saturday, February 15th. at 3:30pm in Farranfore.

Registration Day on February 16th.

Knocknagoshel GAA Club will hold a registration day on February 16th. at the Log Cabin from 12:15pm – 1:15pm.

Membership rates for 2020 are: General membership €30; senior players €50; college students €30 and minor players €20. Family rates are also available.

The benefits of membership include: players are insured to play and ordinary members can use the track at the field and can seek tickets from the club for Kerry games.

It is also a great way to show your support for the club.

Membership can also be paid using the GAA app, on clubforce.com or by contacting any club officer.

Knocknagoshel Clothes Collection

Knocknagoshel GAA Club holds an ongoing clothes collection to help raise funds for the club. Bags of clothes can be left into the white lorry container near the log cabin at the Football Field.

Please note that nothing else is acceptable other than clothing, shoes and handbags.

Play Lotto On-Line

Apart from the sources mentioned above, the Knocknagoshel GAA Club Lotto can be played online by following the link on: www.knocknagoshel.gaa.ie.

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