There has been no winner of the jackpot in the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club weekly lottery draw since Conor Snow, Glenwilliam, Ballingarry won €20,000 in July 2019.
The numbers drawn on Saturday 17th July were 8, 16, 22 and 23. The €14,000 jackpot was not won. Lucky dips of €20 each went to DJ Kelly, promoter O’Gormans Shop, Chawke’s Cross, Granagh; Declan Hartnett, promoter Paddy Hennessy; Jim Kelly, promoter Mike Carroll; Mike Walsh, promoter Niall McCarthy.
The next draw for a jackpot of €14,100 will be held on Saturday 24th July. Tickets are €2 each or three for€ 5 and are on sale in local shops and bars and from promoters.
Note you can now play the weekly lottery online and the link to play is available on the club Facebook or Twitter pages which ceases at 6pm every Saturday. Many thanks for your continued support.
Limerick win 22nd and hat-trick of Munster titles
Limerick 2….2-29
Hearty congratulations to the Limerick senior hurlers manager John Kiely and our own Donal O’Grady and the rest of the management on winning their 22nd Munster Senior Hurling Championship and a first three-in-a-row in 85 years, 1933-’36 with a thrilling five point 2-29 to 3-21 victory over Tipperary at sunny Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday. This was certainly a Munster final of two halves with Tipperary leading by 10 points, 2-16 to 0-12 at the interval courtesy of green flags by Jack Morris and John O’Dwyer.
The game was to turn on its head after the interval with the Limerick boys out-scoring Tipperary by 1-1 to 0-1 with the boys in green and white goal. From the hurl of Seamus Flanagan to turn a ten point deficit into a two pint lead 1-22 to 2-17 at the second water break.
On the resumption Limerick’s lead was increased further helped on by the incredible Kyle Hayes’ goal for a 16 point turnaround in 22 minutes. Sub David Reidy from Dromin-Athlacca, Gearóid Hegarty and Peter Carey had white flags for Limerick in the final minutes before Tipperary had an injury time goal courtesy of Mark Kehoe. At the final whistle Limerick were worthy winners by 5 points of their 22nd Munster Senior Hurling Championship title and a first three-in-a-row in 87 years last achieved by Tipperary in 1997/’88/’89. Limerick are now through to the All-Ireland semi-final to be played on Saturday 7th August in Croke Park at 5p.m.
Limerick ease into Munster U-20 Final
Hearty congratulations to the Limerick U-20 hurlers and the management team on their impressive 13 point 1-27 to 0-17 victory over gallant Clare at Pairc na nGael on Monday evening to qualify for the Munster U-20 hurling championship final against holders Cork or Tipperary on Wednesday 28th July in Pairc na Gael or Pairc Ui Chaoimh at 7.30p.m.
July County Club Draw
The next Limerick County GAA Club draw is on Saturday 31st August with a top prize of €10,000. There are a host of other prizes to be won with 2nd prize of €3,000, 3rd €2,000, 4th €1,000, 5th exclusive prize Dilusso bathroom suite, 6th to 9th €500, 10th to 13th €250, 14th to 30th €100. Entry to the draw is just €10 per month with the option to join our own ten monthly draw which commences at the end of July and county club draw for €150. Granagh/Ballingarry had 117 members in the June draw and two winners to date – Nora Farragher €100 in March and Paul McCarthy €100 in May.
If you would like to renew your membership please follow the link and select Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club draw and the number of draws you wish to sign up for. You may also contact the Granagh/Ballingarry GAA Club draw co-ordinator Stephen Stapleton on 086/1960301. Note all new members names to be included in the July 31st draw must be in by 12 noon on Wednesday 28th July.
Donaton of €1,034.85 to Milford Care Centre
The total proceeds of the recent Jim (Twin) Lynch Memorial Cup hurling final, Granagh/Ballingarry v Feohanagh/Castlemahon in aid of Milford Care Centre came to €1,034.85. Thanks to all for your support and generosity for the Memorial Cup game and Milford Care Centre.
Granagh/Ballingarry County Junior B Football Championship final winning sides
Ballingarry 1-8 v Staker Wallace
Ballingarry: Mike Kelly, Sean Mullane, Conor O’Keeffe, Michael Quaid, Liam Fitzgerald, Pat Cagney, Moss Quaid, Michael Quaid, David Fitzgerald, Noel Forde, Ned Cagney 0-1, Timmy McKenna, Thomas Quaid 0-3, Shane Hartnett 0-, Padraig Forde captain 0-2, James Higgins, Padraig Fitzgerald, Aidan Fitzgerald, Pat Burke 1-1. Trainer John Carrig RIP, selectors Pat McKenna, John Hayes and Sean Kennedy.
Sunday November 24th 1996 at Croom
Granagh/Ballingarry 1-6, Knockainey 0-8
Granagh/Ballingarry: John Sheehan, Aidan Mulqueen, Conor O’Keeffe, Shane Mulqueen, Stephen Stapleton, Niall Condron, captain, Pat O’Regan, Tom O’Gorman, Seamus Stapleton, Peter Stapleton, Mick Condron, Noel O’Brien 0-1, Michael Mulcahy RIP, David Fitzgerald 1-4, Eoin Barrett 0-1. Subs used Brian O’Brien, Ned Cagney. Manager Pat Cagney, trainer John Carrig RIP. Selectors Jim Lynch RIP and Paddy Forde RIP.
Sunday November 24th 2002 Final at Newcastle West
Granagh/Ballingarry 1-7, Feohanagh/Castlemahon 1-7.
Sunday December 1st 2002 replay final at Newcastle West Granagh/Ballingarry 1-6, Feohanagh/Castlemahon 0-8.
Granagh/Ballingarry: Ned Cagney, Bobby Houlihan, Seamus Stapleton, Niall Condron, Paul Kennedy, Donncha McCarthy, Darren Clifford, Stephen Stapleton, Donal O’Grady, Mick Condron, Michael Clancy, captain 0-1, David Clancy 1-1, Aidan Barrett 0-1, Eoin Barrett, Eoin Kennedy 0-3. Subs used Darragh O’Grady, Michael Mulcahy. Manager Pat Cagney, trainer Tadgh Ryan. Selectors Jim Lynch RIP, David Fitzgerald and Mick O’Connor.
Sunday November 21st at Carroll Park Ballyagran
Granagh/Ballingarry 1-4, Blackrock 1-3
Granagh/Ballingarry: Patrick Kenrick, Kevin Forde, David Clancy, Eoin Cahill, Bobby Houlihan, Donal O’Grady, Kieran Condron, Michael Corrigan, captain, Marcus Moore, Niall Kennedy, Denis O’Connor 1-1, Michael Clancy, Pat Carroll, Eoin Kennedy 0-3, Kevin Moynihan. Subs used Niall Cahill, Niall McCarthy. Other panel members used in the course of the championship were Stephen O’Brien, Thomas O’Donovan, Gearoid O’Leary, Seamus McDonnell, Darragh O’Grady, Kieran O’Donovan, Kevin Trainer. Manager Seamus Stapleton. Selectors Paddy Forde RIP, Jim Lynch RIP, Paddy Hennessy.
Munster Hurling Championship Field Tickets
The following were the lucky winners of Granagh/Ballingarry
GAA Club kick off received for last Sunday’s Munster senior hurling championship final Limerick v Tipperary at Pairc Ui Chaoimh. Noreen McCarthy, Donal McCarthy, Thomas O’Donovan, Jimmy Stapleton, John Lenihan, Martin Carroll, Paddy Hennessy, Pat Carroll, Darragh McCarthy, Paul McCarthy, John O’Keeffe, Colm Noonan, Siobhan O’Grady, Willie Power, Mike Chawke, Evan Fox, Niall McCarthy and Tom O’Regan. The club will receive a minimal allocation of tickets for the All Ireland senior hurling championship semi-final Limerick v quarter final winner on Saturday 7th August in Croke Park at 5p.m. and the draw for same will take place on Thursday 5th August at 8p.m. ad will be streamed live on Facebook. Any club member who is going to the game and have their 100 club draw membership paid and wish to be included in the draw must contact club secretary John Lynch 087-2912356, chairman Andrew Holmes 087-9187269 by Thursday 5th August at 6p.m. All winners of tickets will be contacted regarding collection and payment. We look forward to the co-operation of all the club members to implement the sale of tickets satisfactorily.
Club Diary
Wednesday 21st July: Munster Minor Football Championship quarter-finals: Limerick v Tipperary in Pairc na nGael at 7.30pm
Cork v Waterford in Fraher Field, Dungarvan at 7.30pm.
Thursday 22nd July: Munster U2- Football Championship Final: Cork v Tipperary in Semple Stadium, Thurles at 7.30p.m.
Sunday 25th July: Munster Senior Football Championship Final Cork v Kerry in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney at 4p.m.
Tuesday 27th July: Munster Minor Hurling Championship semi-final: Limerick v Cork in Semple Stadium, Thurles at 7.30p.m. Waterford v Tipperary in Pairc Ui Rinn at 7.30p.m.