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April 26th, 2021

Corduff Gaels Lotto :

There was no winner of Corduff Gaels Lotto which took place on Sunday 25th April 2021. The jackpot was a bumper €10,000 and a builder jackpot of €4,500. Numbers drawn were 3,15,19 and 27.Congratulations to the 5 lucky dip winners Dean Keenan, Sean Hanratty, Michelle Smyth, Gerry Reilly and Ann Higgins. This week’s jackpot is once again a bumper €10,000 with a builder jackpot of €4,600. As it’s a Bank Hioliday weekend the Lotto Draw will take place on Monday 5th May.
Remember you can play the Lotto online from the comfort of your home, anywhere in the world and we encourage you to support our Lotto especially during this pandemic as it’s the only form of income and provides much needed funds for the club. Thanks is extended to those who play the yearly or weekly Lotto.

The online provider is Club Force and the link to play the Lotto is available on Corduff GAA pages on Facebook and Twitter or you can download the Club Force App. Many online options are now available so go online and buy your lotto because if you’re not in you can’t win! Online Lotto must be played by 6pm on Sunday and envelopes must be returned by 6pm also. Good luck.

Return To Play:
So the long awaited and hugely anticipated return to play for juvenile players finally commenced on Monday last 26th April. Once again the Corduff Gaels pitches have come to life with the screams of excitement as evening after evening another men’s or ladies’ juvenile team returned. We wish all players, coaches and everyone involved with the return to play a brilliant season of football with lots of training and matches to look forward to.
Letter From GAA Uachtarán:  
Last week Uachtarán Larry McCarthy issued a letter in which he emphasised the importance of fun and the holistic development of the next generation as the juveniles return to play. Here is an extract from that letter:

A chara,

Monday, 26th April is a significant date for the GAA as our clubs continue the resumption of activity. It is the date when activity finally resumes in clubs all over Ireland.

This will be a particularly special day for our young people and their supportive coaches in clubs in the 26 Counties who have missed out on so much fun and the opportunity to play our games, and who will now get to follow the return being enjoyed by members in the Six Counties since earlier this month.

To help the return to play we have developed the attached resources to support players, coaches, and clubs.

The opportunity to play was limited by factors outside of our control. But what we can control over the next number of months as we return to training and playing games is the quality of the experience that we can provide our players.

In this regard I would strongly encourage our clubs, coaches, games development officers and those responsible for planning and organising fixtures to ensure everyone benefits from a multitude of playing opportunities. Let us all work towards providing as many games opportunities as possible; including leagues, blitzes and creative festival-type competitions, over a longer season, consider allowing more substitutions – or even unlimited – and provide alternative formats to provide a playing environment that creates the best possible experience for all our young players.

The GAA Kellogg’s Cúl Camps will begin in July and I am pleased to announce we will be holding the John West Féile na Gael and Féile Peil na nÓg festivals to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the tournament on the 21st and 28th August respectively……….

All in all lots to look forward to. His letter continues to outline the Player Pathway recently published.

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