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Club notes 12--05--2019

posted 12 May 2019, 13:29 by Castlerea St Kevins GAA Club
Results: the boys u16 team were by St Faithleachs in the division three shield semi final replay last week in Ballyleague, the girls u14 team defeated Eire Og in the division two league last week in Loughlynn, the mens junior team were defeated by St Ronans in the division four league last Saturday in O’Rourke Park and the ladies junior team were defeated by Boyle in the division three league final last Saturday in Elphin. Fixtures: the girls u14 team play Boyle in the division 2 league next Thursday in Boyle at 7pm, the men’s senior team play Oran in the O’Gara Cup next Saturday in Oran at 7pm, the girls u12 team play Roscommon Gaels in the summer league next Sunday in Lisnamult at 6pm, the boys u12 team plays Roscommon Gaels in the spring league division one next Sunday in O’Rourke Park at 11am and the second team play Roscommon Gaels in the division six league in O’Rourke Park at 12-30pm. See or local press for all local fixtures and results. There was no winner of the lotto jackpot of €9,900 on Friday 10th May. Numbers drawn on the night were 8, 17, 20 and 35. €50 winners on the night were Mark Tully, James Mannion, Michele Burke, Noel Mannion and Gerard Byron. Next weeks jackpot is €10,000 and the draw takes place in McGourtys on Friday 17th May. Tickets on sale in shops and pubs in town or from any club official at €2 per panel or three panels for €5. The clubs annual lotto tickets are now on sale at €90 each and can be purchased from any club member. Proceeds from the sale of these tickets will be used to provide two additional dressing rooms at O’Rourke Park. Castlerea St Kevin’s thanks everyone who supports our lotto. Next bingo in O’Rourke Centre on Friday 17th May at 8-30pm. The jackpot will be €1,500 on 45 calls or less, or €300 on 48 calls or less. Quick Lotto is at €200. We wish Megan Kelly a speedy recovery from the injury she sustained in the division three final against Boyle last Saturday against Boyle.