Ní raibh aon bhuaiteoir ar on bpota óir an tseachtain seo. Uimhreacha a tarraingíodh 10, 21, 30 agus 31. Dhá Meaitseáil 3 Teresa Connolly agus Paul McManus. Lucky Dips Mary Lardner agus Brenda Guiney. Duais an Díoltóra John Coen. Pota óir an tseachtain seo chugainn €11,900 in tábhairne Gills.
No Winner of this weeks Lotto Jackpot. Numbers drawn 10, 21, 30 and 31. Two Match 3’s Teresa Connolly and Paul McManus. Lucky Dips Mary Lardner and Brenda Guiney. Sellers Prize John Coen. Next week’s Jackpot is €11,900 in Gills.
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GAA CLUB NOTES
This Friday sees the return of fixtures for our Adult teams. On Friday, the Junior team travel to Ballinasloe for their Division 4B league Round 1 fixture against Ballinasloe at 8:00pm. On Saturday evening the Senior team are away to Milltown at 7:00pm for the opening game of their Division 1 campaign as they look to retain the title this year. On Sunday afternoon the Intermediate team host Cortoon Shamrocks in Corofin at 2:00pm for their opening game of their Division 3A League campaign.
Best of luck to all the Players and Management Teams for the year ahead.
On Saturday Galway U20’s played Round 3 of their John Kerins Cup U20 Development League Division 1 campaign against Laois in Tuam Stadium. It was a good game from Galway who came out eventual winners on a scoreline of Galway 1-12 Laois 1-11 with crucial free-kicks scored in the dying moments of the game.
Bernard Coen, Brian Cogger and Patrick Egan were named in the starting 15 with Jack McCabe named in the substitutes.
The next game for Galway U20’s is against Dublin, Saturday 11th March at 12:00pm.
On Sunday Galway Senior team played Monaghan in Round 5 of their Allianz League campaign. It was a tricky fixture made more difficult with the dismissal of Peter Cooke for Galway just before Halftime but Galway put on a display in the second half that limited Monaghan to just 2 points. Final score Galway 1-13 Monaghan 0-10, with Galway having secured their Division 1 status for next year.
Dylan McHugh and Ian Burke started the game with Bernard Power named among the substitutes.
The next game for Galway Seniors is against Armagh for Round 6, Sunday 18th March at 5:00pm, in BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, Armagh.
Save the date! Please note the revised date for the Club Social is May 26th. A great night will be in store as we present medals due to players, including All-Ireland medals for two of the historic 3-in-a-row teams! Details on venue, tickets, etc will be announced in due course. We look forward to celebrating our Club’s recent successes with as many of our Members and Supporters as possible.
2023 MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION
Men’s Club Membership for 2023 is now open for registration. Reminder to all Players that Membership must be paid before resuming any training or matches. Information on registration and links to our online partner Clubforce can be found here or please contact the Club Registrar.
Ahead of the new season, the Club Shop on O’Neills website has the full range of Club apparel available to browse and purchase with delivery straight to your door.
The club offers its sympathy to the families and friends of the following who have died recently:
Andrew Keaveney, Long Island, New York; and formerly Clough; brother of Frank, Patrick and Ann.
Bridget Firth (nee Nalty), Oldham, UK and formerly of Garra, Ballyglunin; sister of Mary Burns, Gortbeg and Ann Farragher, Tuam.
Teresa Clohessy (née Molloy), Sandyford, Dublin; and formerly of Corofin.
Sincere sympathy to their families and friends.
May they rest in peace.