Cordal GAA Club News Round-up

Cordal V Scart 26-2-2017
Cordal’s captain, Philip O’Connor with referee, Christy Crowley and Scartaglin captain, Pa Rahilly pose for a photo before Sunday’s game. CúlPix/ Nora Fealey 2017

There was no jackpot winner of the February Lotto. The numbers called were: 3, 9, 18, and 24.

Lucky Dips went to Sean Hickey, Knockrour, Scartaglin; John Roche, Breahig; Cillan Collins, London, annual ticket holder; Martin O’Loughlin, Currow and Barry O’Connor, Dromulton. Currow.

By Paddy Flynn

Thanks to Domo, Seán Óg and Niall Ó Ciardubháin for running the February Lotto.

A sincere Thank You to everyone who contributed to the February Lotto and to all those who purchased tickets. March Lotto: The Lotto Jackpot for March stands at €2,200. This is a great prize for the spring season. This Lotto Draw will take place on Sunday, March 25th in Hughes’ Bar, Cordal.

As always you can get your Lotto tickets from our sellers. You can also buy them at Kearney’s Post Office or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear. You can go to to buy your tickets online.

Maurice Costello and Jimmy Roche are in charge of the March Lotto. Please keep playing and supporting our Club Lotto. However you play, the Best of Luck from Cordal GAA!

Cordal and Scart fans watch on during last Sunday's game. CúlPix/Nora Fealey 2017
Cordal and Scart fans watch on during last Sunday’s game. CúlPix/Nora Fealey 2017

Cordal V Scart – Round 3 East Kerry League

Cordal played Scartaglen in Round 3 of the East Kerry Senior League on Sunday on their home grounds.

Cordal’s Philip O’Connor, Donal McCarthy, Kieran O’Donoghue and Brian Reidy added points to Cordal’s tally in the first half.

Niall Casey scored Scart’s first point. Half time left Cordal up by three points at 0-6 to Scart’s 0-3. Billy Cronin was first out the gate in the second half increasing Cordal’s lead by a point.

Pa Rahilly was first scorer of the half for Scart taking a point from a free. Daniel Murphy put Scart in the lead early in the half with a goal. Kieran O’Donoghue levelled scores with a free in the eleventh minute.

Scart built up a three point lead approaching the end. However, Cordal’s Kieran O’Donoghue made excellent use of a free turning it into a goal leaving both sides level when the final whistle was blown. Full time left Cordal and Scart at 1-09 each.

The Scart team which played a 1-9 draw with neighbours, Cordal on Sunday. CúlPix Nora Fealey 2017.

The Cordal Team and Scorers: 1.Sean Óg Ó Ciardubháin; 2. Flor Griffin; 3. Ger Byrne; 4. Pádraig Ó Brosnacáin; 5. John Brosnan; 6. Johnny O’Connor; 7. John Mannix; 8. Donal McCarthy, 0-01; 9. Kieran O’Donoghue, 1-02; 10. Billy Cronin, 0-01; 11. Philip O’Connor, 0-03; 12. Brian Reidy, 0-1; 13. Kieran Enright; 14. Michéal Cahill and 15. Sean Walsh, 0-01. Subs: Jason Cronin for John Mannix, Gary O’Leary for Flor Griffin, Padraig O’Connell for John Brosnan, Jack McAuliffe, Padraig Brosnan and Michael Flynn. Referee: Christie Crowley

Cordal Clothes Collection

Cordal GAA Club is appealing to people in the general area to donate clean clothes, pairs of shoes, belts, handbags, curtains and bed linen.

No duvets or pillows please. This is a continuous collection by our club and all funds raised will help to improve the club’s facilities and contribute to the club’s running costs.

Donations can be dropped off at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear, Main St. Castleisland or at the Cordal Community Centre.

Thanks to everyone helping this collection to be a continuing success. Fixtures: Cordal/Scart Minors: Cordal/Scart play Rathmore at 4pm in Cordal GAA Club pitch. This is Round 2 of the Division 2 Minor County League.

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