Knockaderry G.A.A. Club Notes:

Club Lottery Celebrating 20 Years Jackpot €8,900!

The numbers drawn in The Halla Beag were 5,14,15 and 32. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners were James O Connor promoter Mike Mortell, Rob Hannon promoter GAA, Jane Reidy promoter Declan Danaher, Rachel Hartnett promoter GAA and Oscar Collum promoter Mary Collum. Promoters prize Mike Mortell. This week’s draw will be held in Hanleys, Thursday September 7th with a Jackpot of €8,900. If interested in doing Knockaderry club lotto there are several options, a weekly purchase of €2 or three for €5 or a weekly direct debit of €5. All funds go to help and promote from Bord na nOg to Adult level in the club. Contact Sean Condon or Ger Corkery for more details.

Underage Training:

Training for U8-U14 every Monday from 6:50pm-8pm Coaches will be in touchvia text message. U8 Antony Meehan and Tom Mc Grath.U10 Pat Windle and Christopher Moloney. U12 Mike O Connor. U14 John O Connor and Noel Molloy. U15 Matt Lacey.

GAA/ Camogie Lipsync Launch:

The GAA/camogie Lipsync launch will take place in the Halla Beag on Friday September 15th at 8:30pm. If you are interested in taking part or helping out please join us. LipSync Ireland will be on hand to give a talk and answer any questions regarding the main event. All are welcome!

Team of 1967 Honoured:

To mark the Jubilee anniversary of there will be a special honouring of the Knockaderry 1967 West Junior hurling championship winning team at half time in this years West hurling final. The final is fixed for Sunday Sept 17th at 1:30pm in NCW.

Lá na Club:

The Bord na nOg will celebrate Lá na club on Sunday. The day will start off with a Mass in Knockaderry at 11:30am followed by mini games in the GAA pitch. Coaches will be in touch with details.

Guess the Score:

Guess the Score sheets for the U21 final are available from any GAA or camogie committee member. Please support. Final day to purchase is Friday evening.

Limerick U21 Team:

Wishing Limerick U21’s the very best this Saturday in the All-Ireland final when they play Kilkenny in Thurles from all in Knockaderry GAA.