Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket Winners’ Pot Going for the €,1000 Line Again

Castleisland RFC PRO Nóirín Uí Chathasaigh with the latest Split the Bucket results.  ©The Maine Valley Post
James Maher accepting his Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket winnings of €905 from Colum Nolan Club Welfare officer. James accepted his winnings as Patrick Horan’s name was drawn from the drum and his winnings were €925 at Tom McCarthy’s Bar on Saturday evening.

For the first time since Covid-19 struck here in March 2020 the winners’ share of the Castleisland Rugby Club’s Split the Bucket draw is threatening the €1,000 line again.

In the course of the lock-down the club offered to make ‘thousandaires’ of their draw supporters and it proved a great success.

Now, with normality beginning to re-dawn, the supporters’ share is edging its way back up the ladder.

You’ll see in the results below that James Maher won €905 in the draw on July 3rd and in the most recent draw on Saturday, Patrick Horan edged it onwards to the €915 mark.

Results from Tom’s

This week’s winner of the Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket draw held at Tom McCarthy’s Bar on Saturday, July 10th was Patrick Horan, Castleisland.

Patrick won €915. The next draw will be held in Hughes’ Bar, Cordal on Saturday, July 17th at 9pm.

You know what to do to be in with a chance of winning: Just put your €2 in an envelope, seal it and write you name and phone number on it.

Drop the completed envelope into one of the buckets/boxes in participating outlets or join online by following the link here:

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