Hospital/Herbertstown GAA Club Notes:
Club Lotto Draw:
Our Club Lotto continues weekly every Monday night except on Bank Holidays. Our next draw will take place in O Neills on Monday September 25th.Last week’s numbers were 15, 22, 23, 28. Unfortunately, we had no jackpot winner however our lucky dip winners 5 x €20 were Aisling Daly Newcastlewest, Ann McCarthy Kilteely, Stephen Davern Ballycahill, Ann McCarthy Kilteely, Jim & Mgt Riall Ballinamona. Sellers Prize Gerry Rtan. Next jackpot is now €10,000. Reserve Jackpot is €8300. Tickets can be purchased in local shops from any committee member or online link available on our Facebook page. One line costs €2 or you can avail of the special offer of 3 lines for €5. All support is greatly appreciated.
Club Limerick Draw 2023:
The Club Limerick Draw for 2023 is continuing. You can join at any time. When you support the #CLUBLkDraw ,you are supporting your local GAA club as half of your money goes to your nominated club. The purpose of the Club Limerick draw is to provide funding for our footballers and hurlers training fund from Minor to Senior grades. Please contact club officials for details. It can also be done online.
County Junior C Hurling Championship H/H 0.10 Mungret St Pauls 2.21. County Intermediate Hurling Championship H/H 1.17 Knockaderry 2.09.
County Junior C Hurling Championship vs Na Piarsaigh at Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale Mon Sept 25th at 7pm.
Junior A Football:
The lads have qualified directly into the County semi final by virtue of topping the group so will play the winners of Castletown/Ballyagran and Camogue Rovers on the weekend of Oct 21st.
The lads put in a huge performance in horrendous weather conditions on Sunday in Ballyagran against Knockaderry in the last group game to get a 2nd win in a row and qualify for a quarter final after a few weeks previously it looked like a relegation battle was on the the cards. In what was a serious battle of the wills the lads got a great start to go 5 pts to 1 up with Harry Fox to the fore before a goal against the run of play got Knockaderry level. It was tit for tat for remainder of the half before Knockaderry pounced for a 2nd goal on the stroke of halftime after a great save by Lorcan Costello rebounded into the path of an opposing player who rattled the sliothar to the net to leave the halftime score 2.06 to 0.09. A quick start to the 2nd half by the lads didn’t reap any rewards with 4 wides in a row before they settled down with some good scores & then a Mickey Bob Ryan goal gave us a lead of 3 points. The defence & Lorcan in goals put in a huge shift in the half and laid the platform for the lads out the field to do the business. Knockaderry got 3 frees in a row to level up before a very strong finish gave us a 1.17 to 2.09 victory. Fantastic credit to the players & management who after such a poor start to the championship have recovered really well. A quarter final awaits next weekend. Team: Lorcan Costello, John Riordan, Mark Deegan, Ross Winship, Darragh O Sullivan, Oisin O Grady, Killian Real, Callum Winship, Tadgh Leddin, Harry Fox, Michael Whelan, Conor O Grady, Mickey Bob Ryan, Joe Fogarty, Keith O Connor. Subs Used: Dylan O Connor, Jack O Sullivan, Sean Deegan.
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Keep an eye on our social media pages for trips down memory lane for club and county. If you have memories that you would like shared please email photo and details to Pro.email@example.com and we will gladly share them.