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 October 23rd. Last week’s numbers were 4, 8, 21, 23. Unfortunately, we had no jackpot winner however our lucky dip winners 5 x €20 were Eamonn O Neill Hospital, Dean White Hospital, Tont O Sullivan Hospital, Mamie Ryan Oldtown, Wm, Peg & Monica Bingo. Sellers Prize Pat Whelan. Next jackpot is now €10,000. Reserve Jackpot is €8700. 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.
Junior A Football:
Unfortunately the year ended for our Junior A Footballers who exited at the semi final stage for the 2nd year in a row after an epic battle with Camogue Rovers in UL on Saturday evening. In what was a close and exciting game all through, and some fantastic scores from both sides it came down to a very controversial ending with the lads up by a point, an incredible 6 mins of injury time was played out of nowhere and when Camogue kicked an equaliser the whistle was blown for full time. We had to go again for extra time and with the injuries piling up after a very busy few weeks the lads ran out of legs and the scoreline at the end did not reflect the game. I think we can feel very hard done by with a lot of bewildering decisions going against us on the night but best of luck to Camogue Rovers in the final. An incredible effort from the lads and with us having such a small player base & nearly all the lads being dual players, thanks so much to everyone who wore the jersey with pride this year. The effort required is huge to play both codes and hopefully all the lads will be back on board to go again next year. Thanks so much to the management team of Bobby Fenton, John Collins & Johnny McAuliffe for all the hard work throughout the year. See ye all in 2024.
Available on O’Neill’s website including our club jerseys, tops, shorts, jackets, etc.
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.firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly share them.