There was no jackpot winner. Numbers drawn were 7,15,21,25. Lucky dip winners Corolina Pietrzyka promoter Online, Luke Dillon promoter Online, Shirley Wrenn promoter Jimmy Mc Mahon,Rose Dore promoter Online, Ben O Regan promoter Margaret Bridgeman. Promoters Prize Online. In house draw Ger Moran. This week’s draw will be Thursday November 11th and will take place in The Halla Beag. Please contact your promoter to purchase tickets if you normally purchased weekly tickets. All monthly and upfront subscriptions are automatically in the draw also the Club Lotto can be played online on https/, all on line entries must be logged before 8pm on the Thursday evening of the draw. Also tickets can be purchased at Bord na nOg training on Monday evenings. Thank you for your continued support and good luck!!


County Junior B Football Championship Semi Final

Saturday November 13th at 2pm in Bruff

Knockaderry v Galbally

ETIN to finish on the day. Tickets to be purchased online, please contact Ger Corkery for details.

Rd.1 U21 B Football Championship

Sunday November 14th at 12 noon in Athea

Knockaderry v Athea


Rd.3 U21 B Hurling Championship

Knockaderry 3-13

Ballybricke/Bohermore/Fedamore 1-13

County U19B Football Championship Final

Knockaderry 4-8

Banogue 1-6


The Knockaderry GAA Annual General Meeting takes place on Saturday, November 27th time and venue TBC.


The final Combined Parish Draw for 2021 took place last Thursday November 4th. The following were draw winners: 1st price €150 Rachel Dore promoter Zara Mc Grath 2nd prize €150 Gerard Moran promoter Johnny Lavelle & John O Connor 3rd prize €100 Mike Hennessey promoter Jimmy Mc Mahon & Mike Mortell 4th prize €50 Johnny & Kathleen Meehan promoter Sean Condon & Bernie Molloy 5th prize €50 John Henessey promoter Sean Condon & Bernie Molloy. All outstanding subscriptions to be given to your Promoter, Mary Collum or Margaret Bridgeman ASAP. If you wish to join for 2022 please contact your promoter or any member from any of the 4 organisations. Thank you to all for supporting this fundraiser for which 100% of all collected goes to The GAA, Camogie, Community Council and Ahalin NS Parents Association. If interested in joining for 2022 please contact any of the above mentioned committee members.


The local soccer club in conjunction with Mary of Scanlons Bar will be once again doing the Late Late Show Treat Boxes. Orders can be placed with Pa Downes, Ted Danaher or Mary in Scanlons Bar. Closing date for orders is Friday November 19th.


The Club expresses its sincere sympathy to Fionnuala and Ger corkery on the passing of Fionnuala’s uncle, Mike O Dea, Crusheen Co. Clare. May he rest in peace.

The Club expresses its sincere sympathy to Johnny and Mary Collum Ahalin and the Collum Family on the passing of Johnnys sister in law Christina Collum Lyracompane and wife of the late William Collum of Collums cross Knockaderry. May she rest in peace. Also Johnnys cousin Joan Collum late of Kilready Castlemahon, may she rest in peace.


Knockaderry/Clouncagh Drama Society will present a comedy entitled Drinking Habits by American Author Tom Smith. Tickets must be pre booked, payment will be taken on the night. You will be asked to show a Covid Cert on entry. For pre

booking please contact 087 7924701 or 087 1227633. Dates for shows are as follows: Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st November. Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th November. Shows start at 8pm each night at The Resource Centre Knockaderry.


All field bookings for training/matches to be done through Johnny Lavelle.


Club gear can be ordered from the Knockaderry site on O’ Neills. Htpps://

KEEP IN TOUCH @KnockaderryGAA. You can also contact us by email or


Teamwork alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.

County U19B Football Championship Final
Knockaderry 4-8
Banogue 1-6
The jubilant cheers of the large Knockaderry support rang out over the northside of Limerick city in the crisp winter air on Friday evening to herald the clubs victorious u19 footballers who claimed county honours in great style. The result, which was inevitable for some while towards the end as we opened up a gap on the scoreboard in the final ten minutes, was met with great scenes of delight by all at the full time whistle as we added an u19 football county title to the clubs growing roll of honor. Indeed it may not be the last county title coming to the club in 2021 as we maintain a keen interest in u21 hurling and football and are just 120 minutes away from a possible title at junior B football, but it is the first and it was secured showing the hallmarks of pervious successful teams from our little club – spirit, determination and an abundance of skill. Banogue for their part were worthy finalists and maintained the battle until the end but crucial goals, three in the second half, proved decisive in this contest.
The first quarter dominance had Knockaderry firmly in command, leading 1.4 to 0.1, our opening goal coming from the boot of Gary Stroin after some great interplay through the pitch in the build up. We would wait however until the dying moments of the half before increasing that tally with Banouge finding their rhythm and kicking three unanswered points to cut the gap to a goal, and it was that Gary Storin goal that separated the sides at the short whistle, 1.5 to 5. Mike Molloy’s searing run and cool finish to the net pushed the lead to eight on the 42min but Banogue would respond and cut that deficit to five as they raised a green flag of their own in a rare breach of our defence just moments after. But it was from here that we thundered home. Jack Molloy was holding firm at the back aided by the Lyons twins, Michael O Connor and Darren Bridgeman as we begun to come forward with more menace and when Colm O Connor’s goal arrived, after a powerful run leaving many defenders in his wake, just three minutes from time it asserted our control of the game on the scoreboard. Jack O Connor, who was very potent all evening and Kieran Storin, his usual industrious self had raised white flags just beforehand to cushion the lead. It was left to Mike Molloy, twin of Jack, to finish the scoring with a well slotted penalty in injury time to carry our score to 4-8 to Banogue’s 1.6.
In what was a difficult week for the Lyons family after the passing of a great club stalwart Paddy on the weekend previous it was fitting that it was his grandsons, Coramc and Darragh, who continue the great lineage, had the honour of jointly accepting the trophy on behalf of the team and club in front a boisterous mix of young and not so young faithful. Well done to each player and to management, county titles are hard won and rare for small clubs which makes them all the more special when they come. These boys have given great entertainment and service over many years but we hope that even better days lay ahead. Cnoc an Doire abu!
Knockaderry Football Team:
Cormac Lyons Darragh Lyons (Joint Captains), Micheal O Connor Oran Ryan Gearoid Fenniman Ray Lacey Colm O Connor Cathal Moran Bryan Mortell Eddie Foley Ronan Keating Eoin O Connor Kieran Storin Mike Molloy Edward Hayes Enda Moran Gary Storin Jack Molloy Jack O Connor Eoghan Doherty Darren Bridgeman . Management Noel Molloy John O Connor Tom Mc Grath and Sean Condon , Physio/First Aid Katie Condon.