Covid Blues….and Gold – Help is at Hand
Cordal 2020 Covid Volunteer Group can help out with home deliveries for vulnerable people living in Cordal who don’t have family members.
By: Tim O’Donoghue, PRO
Please contact any Cordal GAA Club officers and we can help out any way we can. All our volunteers are Garda vetted .
Timid Second Half Beat Kerry U-20s
Unfortunately a timid second half display by the Kerry U-20s against Galway was their undoing at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick on Saturday.
Galway scored 10 points to Kerry’s three in the All Ireland semi-final. Cordal’s Sean O’Connell can keep his head up with an assured performance throughout as he caught some mighty hight balls.
Hard luck to our two Sean’s and all the rest of the local lads also.
Our great friends in Garvey’s SuperValu in Castleisland have given us three hampers to be won in our Bonanza draws.
We always greatly appreciate our local shops and in these Covid times remember to Shop Local – Help Local.
Please check out the Cordal GAA Club Facebook page to be in with a chance to win the October Hamper.
€500 Bonanza Goes to Scart’s Mary
Congrats to Mary Horan, Knockeenahone, Scartaglin on winning the €500 in our sixth Lotto Bonanza draw.
The ‘Shop Local’ Voucher Winners are as follows: Joan O’Callaghan, Kilcummin / Anne Mac’s; Eileen O’Mahony, Cordal / Flowers by Sheila; Neily Moynihan, Castleisland / Michael Guiney’s; Gráinne and Orlaigh Curtin, Castleisland / Centra.
The hotel break draw qualifier was John O’Connell, Breahig.
The next draw is at Kearney’s Shop, Cordal on Saturday, October 31st. Tickets are available in local shops and you can play on line now with a click on the link here:
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