Bríd Brosnan is This Week’s Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket Winner

Thomas Mann, The Crown Bar presenting Laura Murphy from Firies with the Castleisland RFC winning cheque for €1,006 at Saturday night’s draw.
Maureen Murphy and her daughter Laura Murphy from Firies made their own bit of Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket history by being the first mother and daughter to win prizes of €1,000 plus on consecutive weeks.

Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket Draw winner, Laura Murphy was presented with her cheque for  €1,006 by Thomas Mann of The Crown at the weekly draw on Saturday night.

Thomas also drew this week’s envelope and it had Castleisland woman, Bríd Brosnan’s name on it. Bríd is an online player and she won €940.

At Saturday night’s draw also was previous winner, Laura’s mom, Maureen Murphy who won €1,003 a couple of weeks ago.

And, at the presentation of the cheque to her at Centra, Castleisland she witnessed her daughter Laura’s €1,006 winning envelope being drawn from the drum by Aidan Ward.

The coming weekend’s draw will be held at The Kingdom House Bar on the coming Saturday night, March 19th  at around  9pm. Get the envelopes in the buckets to be in with a chance.

How to Play Split the Bucket

Split the Bucket draw envelopes are available in shops and pubs throughout this and neighbouring parishes.

You simply put your €2 in the envelope, seal it and sign it and add your telephone number and pop it in the bucket or the club coloured, red and blue stands.

A reminder that entries can also be made online if this is more convenient and you can do so with a click on the link here:

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