Brosna GAA Club and Parish News Round-Up

Brosna GAA Club PRO, Mariéad Moriarty with all the news from the club and parish. Contact Mairéad on: 086 85 96 409 or by Email:

Yearly LOTTO Tickets Now On Sale

For an annual subscription of €100, you can purchase a yearly lotto ticket for Brosna GAA Club. 

This purchase entitles you to the following: Entry into the weekly lotto and lucky dip draws for 52 weeks starting on 22 February 2021; Membership of Brosna GAA for 2021 with your name included on the membership board on the gable wall of the club house; Preference for Brosna club match tickets (if applicable) while attendance restrictions apply and preference for Kerry senior football match tickets (if applicable).

The yearly lotto ticket sales provide a valuable financial boost to the club allowing it to provide equipment, quality pitches, facilities and so much more to our players and community of members.  As ever, the GAA is extremely thankful for your continued support.

National Club Draw

Brosna GAA are currently selling tickets for the GAA National Club draw with some excellent prizes including a Renault Clio, €2,000 cash and many more.

Tickets €10 each are available from Murphy’s Foodstore or any senior player or club officer. The club benefits from all proceeds and your support is greatly appreciated.

LOTTO at €11,100

The jackpot currently stands at €11,100. 

Results from February 8th draw are: No jackpot winner.  Wins of €50 for Aine O’Donnell, Caherhayes, Abbeyfeale; €20 each for Joan O’Grady, Lower Caher; Marian Leahy, Brosna – online ticket; Alison and Sean Flynn, Miltown and Katie Sugrue, Tooreenagown – online ticket.

Tickets available from Murphy’s Foodstore or online through

Weather: The Sign Of Spring

The tentative appearance of daffodils and crocuses in our gardens, are the first signs that spring is on her way. 

It is with much admiration that we can watch each year as these hardy little flowers show up.  In the midst of some of the most difficult weather conditions, these cheerful and resilient blooms act as a reminder that winter is now in its final stages.

They prove that regardless of the hardships endured over the past bitter months, we can look forward to better times ahead.  Stay strong, we’re almost there.

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