There was no winner of last weeks Lotto Jackpot. The numbers drawn were10, 11, 15 and 26. The Lucky Dip winners were €50 Sean Finn and €20 went to each of the following: Roger Mulqueen, Mary & Liam Moloney, Ciara O’Dea, Louise Moloney, Mike Weekes Snr, Rory Coleman, Jim McNamara, Breda & Marie and Jack & Paddy Cooke. This week the Jackpot is €20,000. Thank you for your continued support.
Bord na nÓg Fixtures
30/07/2022 @ 10am U11 hurlers are in Arravale Rovers GAA Club for a blitz.
01/08/2022 Throw in 7pm U15 hurlers versus Ballybrown in Ballybrown.
02/08/2022 our U11 hurlers are in Semple Stadium for the Munster Activity Day where they will take on Upperchurch Drombane, Cappoquin and Ballynahinch. First game throws in at 4pm.
03/08/2022 Throw in 7pm U17 hurlers versus Kildimo Pallaskenry in Bruff.
Many thanks to Sinéad from MC Barbers for the complimentary ice creams for our u13s after training during the recent hot spell.
The Premier Intermediate Hurlers play the first round of the Championship this Saturday, July 30th, against Effin. The match is on in Kilmallock and throw in is 5pm. All support is greatly appreciated. Tickets must be bought online prior to the match. Money will not be accepted at the gate. Please follow the link, found on our social media accounts, to purchase tickets. Tickets for Adults are €10 and OAP/Student are €6 (Valid ID to be shown at venue). Children U16 are free.
Bruff GAA Club would like to extend their deepest sympathies to the O’ Mahony and Clancy families on the very sad passing of club member Alec O’ Mahony. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis.
Due to Health and Safety concerns, all dogs (with the exception of Guide Dogs) are prohibited at all times from entering the Bruff GAA Grounds. Dog fouling is currently becoming a major issue at our Club Grounds and is down to non-compliance by a few owners to clean up their dog mess. Matches and training sessions are unable to commence before pitches are checked for Dog Fouling. It is a serious matter especially with the Health and Safety implications to both children and adults. We would appreciate it if dog owners would cooperate.