U21 Football Championship
Sunday saw our U21’s kick off their defence of their U21 Football title. They travelled to St Patricks to take on St Patrick’s in a repeat of last years final. The result on this occasion did not go in our favour as St Patrick’s took their goal opportunities in the first half and went in 3-05 to 0-04 ahead. The second half got underway, and we played much better football and used our possession of the ball much more to our advantage. However, despite Peter Donohoe’s goal we left ourselves with too much to do in the end. The game finished Ahane 1-06 St Patrick’s 4-09. We know go on to play Cappamore in Round 2 of the championship next Sunday in Mackey Park.
Lotto Draw 9:
Jackpot: €8,500
Numbers Drawn: 6,14,16,31
No Jackpot Winner
€200 Ruth Murphy
€150 Mary Mangan
€120 Pat Skeehan
€120 Josephine O’Neill
€120 Ger & Vera Mulcahy
€120 Tom Marsden
€120 Mike Murphy
€120 Maura McNamara
€120 Daniel Teehan
€120 Blaitín Herbert
Congratulations to all our winners!
County Board
Huge congratulations to Mary Hassett who was elected Assistant Secretary of the Limerick County Board on Friday! Wishing Mary the very best of luck in her new role!
Ahane GAA Club will hold their AGM on Sunday 11th December at 7pm in the Clubhouse in Mackey Park. It would be great to see as many of our members there as possible.
U21 A Football: Ahane v Cappamore Sunday 11th December at 12pm in Mackey Park Ahane.