September Lotto: A Tantalizing €3,400
The Cordal GAA Club Lotto Jackpot for September is now worth a tantalizing €3,400 – according to club PRO, Paddy Flynn.
This month’s Lotto draw will take place in O’Connor’s Bar, Scartaglen on Saturday, September 30th. Maurice Costello and his team are in charge of the September Lotto.
As always you can get your lotto tickets from our sellers. You can buy them at Kearney’s Post Office or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear, Castleisland.
You can go to www.cordalgaa.com to buy your tickets online. Please keep playing and supporting our club Lotto. However you play, the best of luck from Cordal GAA!
Best of Luck from Cordal GAA
Cordal GAA Club would like to to wish all the Kerry minor team the very best of luck in the All-Ireland final this Sunday against Derry.
We’d especially like to extend our well wishes to our very own Seán O’Connell who is on the extended panel. We wish the best of luck to local lads Eddie Horan, Adam Donoghue and Brian Lonergan who are also on the panel.
Match Fixture: Cordal v Scart
Cordal take on Scart on Sunday, October 1st as part of the East Kerry O’Donoghue Cup. This game will take place in Scart GAA Club grounds.
Cordal GAA Clothes Collection
We would like to thank you all for your continual support to our year-round Clothes Collection. We have received a lot of donations in recent weeks and the proceeds from these donated clothes help towards the running costs of our GAA club.
We are still collecting so if you have: pairs of shoes; clean clothes; belts; handbags; curtains; bed linen; etc. they can dropped off for collection at Cordal Community Centre or at Jackie Reidy’s Menswear, Castleisland.
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