Aughnamullen GAA Club Notes
The Lotto was held on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 5,19,22 & 25. There was no winner. Next week’s jackpot is a massive €11,000. This is the largest jackpot the club has ever had so If you want to be in with a chance to claim this wonderful prize just log into the smart lotto app at https://games.smartlotto.ie/#/pages/search?club_name=Aughnamullen
Local Lotto & Prize Draws Online
. This is a wonderful chance to get your hands on a massive sum of money so as the saying goes if you are not in you can’t win. Tell your family members, work colleagues and anyone else who you know about our large jackpot
Winners from Last Sunday night
Ell Mc Ardle
James Mc Ardle
Annual General Meeting: The Annual General meeting of Aughnamullen GAA takes place this Friday night the 27th of November at 8pm. This year’s meeting will be historic as it will be the first time our AGM will be held online. Club officer reports have been sent out to our members and people nominated for positions on the club executive have also been sent out. Anyone wishing to view the meeting online can they send their email address to Club Secretary Ann who in turn will send you a link to the meeting.
Sympathy: Sympathy is extended to sons Jim, Paddy, Terence, Daughters Patricia & Mary and their extended families on the death of Mary Ann Mulligan Coas may god have mercy on her soul.
Congratulations: Congratulations is extended to Maria Mc Cabe ( Laragh) & Paul Fennelly on the birth of a new baby boy and if this young man has the Mc Cabe football gene, he will surely be a football star in the years to come.
Covid 19 Update: With Level 5 restrictions due to be lifted next week all our indoor facilities remain closed however that maybe subject to change. However, you can still use our walking track provided social distancing remains in place. These are indeed tough times for everyone concerned especially local businesses who have been good to the club in the past and we are encouraging members to use our local businesses as they try to survive in these challenging times.
Fields Closed: Due to essential maintenance the fields will remain closed until the new year
Best Wishes: Best wishes is extended to JP & Aine Mc Quillan(Carnaveigh) on their new business venture the Twisted Cup. You can follow the business on their social media outlet.
Bloody Sunday: On Saturday last the 21st of November was the 100th year Anniversary of Bloody Sunday. A commerative occasion was held in Croke Park on Saturday last however the club commemorated this as well with a special light up of candles at Aughnamullen GAA complex on Saturday evening last. This was a momentous occasion that the 14 people who were tragically on the aforementioned day were not forgotten and well done to the organising committee in making this happen.