Knocknagoshel GAA Club Memberships Due by Mid March

Mary Browne, Knocknagoshel GAA Club's newly appointed cultural officer for 2017. ©Photograph: John Reidy
Mary Browne, Knocknagoshel GAA Club’s newly appointed cultural officer for 2017. ©Photograph: John Reidy

 Knocknagoshel GAA Club membership for the 2017 season is now due. It can be paid to club registrars, Jack O’Connell and Niall Walsh, to club secretary, Steven O’Connell or to club chairman, Noel Brosnan.

It is also available to pay online at the Knocknagoshel GAA Club website.

Membership plans are as follows: adult players €50; student players €30; U-18 players €20; U-16 and downwards €15; family membership €85; general membership €30. All membership fees are to be paid by mid March.

New Cultural Officer

Knocknagoshel GAA Club would like to welcome Scartaglin native, Mary Browne of Knockbrack as cultural officer for 2017.

€5,700 Lotto Jackpot for Moynihan’s Bar Draw

The next draw will be for a jackpot of €5,700 and will be held in Moynihan’s Bar on Saturday, February 4th at 10p.m. Tickets are available from The Family Shop, Leahy’s Post Office, the local bars and the usual sellers. Thank you for your continued support.

National Club Draw Tickets Available

Tickets for the GAA National Club Draw are available to purchase from all officers and senior club players for €10 each.

The range of prizes on offer are excellent. Starting from A new Opel Corsa. There is also a travel voucher to the value of €1,500; a shopping voucher for €1,000 and an All-Ireland football final package for 2017 and many more.

All proceeds from the sale of these tickets will stay in the club. If you’re not in you can’t win.

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