Glenduff Manor for Ballymac Club’s €6,700 Lotto Draw

Fit for a Rose: 2015 Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh graces Glenduff House with her presence. Ballymacelligott GAA Club will hold its €6,700 Lotto draw there this week.
Fit for a Rose: 2014 Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh graces Glenduff  Manor with her presence. Ballymacelligott GAA Club will hold its €6,700 Lotto draw there this week.

Ballymacelligott GAA Club Lotto Results

The Ballymacelligott GAA Club Lotto Draw venue was Ballygarry House Hotel and the jackpot of €6,600 remained intact.

The numbers drawn were:  2, 7, 9, 27 there was no jackpot winner.

Lucky Dip winners of €30 each were: 1. Tom Leen, Kilquane; 2. John Groves, c/o Halfway Bar; 3. Jack Culloty, c/o Paula Silles; 4. Sheila Buckley, Gortagullane; 5. Denis and Martina Reidy, Knockeen. Seller’s Prize: Christy Leen.

Next week’s Jackpot is €6,700 and the venue is Glenduff Manor.

Ballymac Seniors Take Points from Ardfert

Ballymac seniors were out in force again on Sunday when they met Ardfert in Churchill in this very important St. Brendan’s League game.

Weather conditions were not perfect but this did not deter the Ballymac side from bringing home the win with a great performance on the day.

The final score reflects the commitment to training this team have shown and we look forward to more to come in the year ahead. Match Result: Ballymac 2-16 Ardfert 1-17.

Fixtures for the week ahead are: John Michel’s V Ballymac on Thursday 23rd time TBC.

Best Wishes to The Green

Best wishes to those from Ballymac on the Green schools panel in next Saturday evenings Corn Ui Mhuire final.

Minor training attendance needs to improve with County League starting soon its important to have a greater attendance at training from now on.

Ballymac U-14 Girls

On Saturday last the U-14 ladies played St Val’s from Cork in a challenge game in Ballymac . After two weeks of training, it was nice for the girls to have a game to whet the appetite for the season ahead.

St Val’s, a Division 1 team in Cork, started the game brighter and raced into an early lead. By halftime our girls were starting to show signs of improvement.

We kicked off the second half where we left on in the first and dominated with some great scores taken.

In the end the Cork girls ran out winners by three points.

However, the Ballymac girls did more than hold their own. Thanks to the Joanne Long for overseeing the teas and coffees afterwards and the parents who brought some sandwiches and confectionery. Also thanks to our own club chairman Jer Lynch for refereeing the game.

Boys U-11s U-12s Training

U-11 and U-12 boys training has commenced in St. Brendan’s Hall in Ballymac on Wednesday nights from 7pm to 8pm. New players always welcome.

Juvenile Training Update

Ballymac U-6 boys and girls training starts in St.Brendan’s hall next Sunday, February 26th. Training starts at 11am and lasts an hour.

Please contact Andrew Scanlon for the boys training on: 087 98 35 662 or James Godley for the girls on: 087 61 74 145 if you have any questions. See you all on Sunday.

Scor District Final Change of Time

Please note that the Castleisland District Scór Final on Sunday, February 26th is now starting starting at the later time of 6pm at Knocknagoshel Community Centre.

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