There was no winner of last weeks Lotto Jackpot. The numbers drawn were: 5, 13, 15 and 29. The Lucky Dip winners were €50 John Keating and €20 went to each of the following: Margaret Nestor, Edwina Cronin, Nellie & Ned Cooke, Claire Cooke, Jack McNamara, Emmet Kirby, Emma Bourke, Mary O’Keeffe and Harry c/o David Browne. This week the Jackpot is €19,200. Thank you for your continued support.
Junior Hurling
The Junior Hurlers played Blackrock last Sunday afternoon in the South League. The team was Cormac Daly, Daire O’ Brien, Pat O’ Neill, David Mulqueen, Cian Madden, Tim O’ Sullivan, Oisin Mulqueen, Gavin Bracken, Niall Brosnan, Killian Bennett, Gregory Dempsey, David Browne, Paudi Mulcahy, Ryan Glynn, John Bulfin, Rory Coleman, Conor Hynes, Michael Lundon, Tony Clancy and Darren Naughton. Four subs used. The scorers were David Browne (0-6, 0-5F), Ryan Glynn (1-1), John Bulfin (1-3), Gregory Dempsey (0-1), Gavin Bracken (0-1) and Conor Hynes (0-1). The final score was Bruff 2-13 Blackrock 0-10.
Easter Camp
Bruff GAA together with Bruff Camogie will be running an Easter Camp for club members on the 14th and 15th of April (Holy Thursday and Good Friday) from 10 am to 1pm in Bruff GAA. €20 for first child €10 per subsequent child.
Stars in their Eyes
Back by popular demand, and with the theme of “Let’s get back out there having fun again!”, the club has announced that Saturday, May 28th is the date for the second ever “Stars in their Eyes” in Charleville Park Hotel. Tickets will go on sale shortly.
Bord na nOg Fixtures
U13 hurlers play Na Piarsaigh Thursday, April 14th. The match is on in Caherdavin. Throw in is 7pm. U11 footballers play Na Piarsaigh Tuesday, April 19th. The match is on in Bruff. Throw in is 6.45pm.
Congratulations and best of luck to Jack O’Neill (Minor Group) who was selected on this year’s Celtic Challenge on the Treaty panel. They take on Waterford, Kilkenny and East Cork over the next 3 weeks.
Good Luck
Best wishes to Seán Finn, the Limerick hurlers and management who commence the 2022 Munster Hurling Championship away to Cork on Sunday, April 17th at 4pm.
Féile na nGael
Best of luck to our U15 hurlers and coaches who take part in Féile na nGael on Saturday, April 16th in Kilbreedy. They face Coshlea Gaels at 10 am, Blackrock at 10.45 am and Dromin Athlacca Banogue at 11.30am. The winners of the group will go through to the semifinals on Monday, April 18th