Last week’s Castleisland RFC Split the Bucket winner, John Kerrisk from Farranfore had his friend Dave Kerins from Scartaglen, collect a cheque for €961on his behalf at Saturday night’s draw at Lyons’ Bar in Scartaglen.
Previous Scart draw winner, David Riordan made the presentation and he also drew this week’s winner.
Mandy Keane, Castleisland, an online player, is also now a two-time winner. She previously won €880 at the end of September 2020 and on this occasion her share was €903.
The next draw is on the coming Saturday night around 9pm at Hughes’ Bar in Cordal.
€1,000 Draw for Bank Holiday Weekend
Since the inception of the Split the Bucket draw on the last evening of August 2018, Castleisland Rugby Club has ensured that there’s a €1,000 pot available to its supporters and draw entrants for their bank holiday weekend draws.
The rapidly approaching August bank holiday weekend draw and Castleisland RFC will make a thousandaire out of one of its pop-in-the-bucket or online players.
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: https://app.superpayit.com/recurring-payment/initiate/iM16Pww/?fbclid=IwAR2o5cnHeUkab1aqHy1iSgQAnddRG8bd-Yp7VDStT1F-nZ6TR7nCPnMbgko
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