We had no winner of this week’s Lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 3, 13, 15 and 23. The lucky dip winners were Adam Rennick, Fiona McKitterick, Kyle Gilsenan and Con McGuinness. Next week’s jackpot will be €6800.
Please continue to support the club by buying an envelope from our new stands in Justin’s and McGrane’s shops or by using the link https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=672&_ga=#Anchor. You can also download the Clubforce App. One envelope is €2 or three envelopes for €5. Cut off time for playing the lotto online is 6pm on Monday evening.
Thank you to Alma Monaghan and Linzi Mullen who sold our Lotto outside Justin’s on Saturday last. Anyone who would like to sell the Club Lotto, which really helps with the running of the club, can contact Bernard Freeman and add their name to the list.
We held our AGM last Friday evening in The M Hotel.
The following positions were filled on the night:
Chairperson – Francis Jones
Vice Chairperson – Donal Kindlon
Secretary – Padraic Duffy
Asst Secretary – to be filled
Treasurer – Mary Cosgrove
Asst Treasurer – Paul Matthews
PRO – Orla Hughes
Asst PRO – Jim McMahon
Co. Board Delegate – Tom Freeman
Health and wellbeing – Keith Gilsenan
Coaching/Development officer – Catherine Kelly
Safe Club officer – to be filled
Cultural officer – Sean Egan
Insurance Officer – Killian Rudden
Registrar – Sean Egan
Executive members: Mark Gilsenan, Bernard Freeman, Brian Busby and Fintan Kindlon.
Club Chairman Francis Jones paid special tribute to outgoing Secretary, Brian Busby, for his stellar work over the past four years. He also thanked Declan Farrelly and Ronan Freeman who also vacated their posts for all their hard work over the years. Francis also expressed disappointment over our Seniors being relegated to Intermediate football for 2022 but hopes and believes we can bounce back like before. He paid tribute to all our juvenile coaches who worked tirelessly over the year under tough circumstances and thanked them for having our Juvenile club in a strong place. He also thanked Martin Mc Connon and Gary Byrne for taking over as senior management when our manager stepped down, it was not an easy task. Thank you also to all our members and supporters who supported us over the year. And to those who lost family members and friends over the year, a mass will be held in their memory in the New Year.