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October 19th, 2022

Corduff Gaels Lotto:

This week’s Lotto draw was held on Monday 17th  October. There was no winner of the jackpot worth €4,200. Numbers drawn were 9,11,20 and 23. Congratulationsto the 5 lucky dip winners Margaret Marron (Online), Nicole Carragher (Online), Bronagh McEnaney ( Online ), John McCarthy c/o Rheanne, and Catherine Mary McKeown c/o Ballytrain. Next week’s jackpot is €4,300 with draw on Monday 24th October.


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.

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 Monday and envelopes must be returned by 6pm also. Good luck.

Championship Sunday!

So, the big day has arrived for both Corduff Gaels and Corduff Ladies and championship fever has gripped the Corduff / Raferagh area which is awash with black and amber. Having created history a couple of weeks ago it’s now time for both teams to go a step further in their respective competition making for a busy but exciting Championship Sunday.

First up Corduff Ladies embark on their Ulster Championship campaign by playing Moortown St Malachy’s, the Tyrone Champions whose club is located outside Cookstown, BT800JH. Best wishes are extended to the team and management Sean, David,Darragh and Paraic.This game throws in at 12:30pm and is by ticket only. Tickets must be purchased online in advance. To purchase tickets it is necessary to download the My Ticket App on https://www.myticketapp.co.uk

Then at 3:30pm in Grattan Park, Inniskeen Corduff Gaels play neighbours Magheracloone in the McElvaney’s Waste and Recycling Intermediate Championship Final. When these sides meet it is always an exciting encounter and no doubt Sunday will prove to be also. Best wishes to the team led by captain Mark Mc Enaney and to manager Seamus and his backroom team. Corduff Gaels are calling on all fans to make the short journey to Inniskeen on Sunday and get behind the team and bring the Paddy O’Rourke Cup home to Corduff for the first time in history. The last time Corduff won the Intermediate Championship it was the Fr McCormack Cup they won. The area looks fantastic with all the flags and bunting so if you haven’t got yours up there’s still time. See you all in Inniskeen on Sunday.

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