Knockaderry GAA Club Notes:

Lotto Jackpot €8,200:
Results of Draw held Thursday 2nd February from the Halla Beag
There was no winner.
Numbers drawn were 18, 20, 26, 31
Prizes on the night: Mark O’Callaghan C/O Mark O’Callaghan | Noel O’Connor C/O Noel O’Connor | Robert Kearns C/O Denis O’Connor | Liam Sheehy C/O Glen Bar | Jean Wall C/O Richard Wall | Melissa Molyneaux Hennessy – In house draw | Mark O’Callaghan – winning promoter.
This week’s draw will be held on Thursday 9th February in the Halla Beag with a jackpot of €8,200. Online sales cut-off time is 8.00pm the evening of each draw. Please contact your promoter to purchase tickets if you normally purchased weekly tickets. All monthly and upfront subscriptions are automatically in the draw.
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Parish Draw 2022/23
February RESULT from Halla Beag
1st Prize: €500
No: L18
Winner: Richard Wall – Walls Cross
Promoter: Mary Collum
2nd Prize: €100
No: I7
Winner: Cormac Beehan
Promoter: Richard Wall / Orla Ambrose
3rd Prize: €100
No: F1
Winner: Noreen Madigan
Promoter: Tom Sheehy / Ger Downes
4th Prize: €100
No: L11
Winner: Pat O Dea
Promoter: Tom Sheehy / Ger Downes
5th Prize: €100
No: G9
Winner: Sinead Faughnan
Promoter: Richard Wall / Orla Ambrose
Many thanks to all our subscribers who are supporting our Parish Draw
Thanks also to our the draw promoters for their continued work.
New Cycle of Draw will commence on Thursday 2nd March in Scanlons Bar.
Your promoter will be in touch.
Munster Junior B – Kilgarvan show strength on opening day

Munster Junior B championship:
Kerry champions Kilgarvan impressed on the opening day of the 2022 Munster Junior B championship in Knockaderry on Sunday last. Despite the game being nip and tuck in the opening 15mins it was the latter half of the first that saw daylight appear between the sides. Leading 1.1 to 0.0 Kilgarvan, wearing red and white, showed their strength while playing into the teeth of a stiff breeze in the opening half. The Clare champions, Cooraclare in their traditional blue and navy, rallied from the opening exchanges but spurrned a penalty with the powerful shot meeting upright and coming back into play. Within the next five minutes the Kerry men had assumed full control, bagging two excellent goals after slick transitional play. With the aid of the breeze in the second half Kilgarvan, winners of the competition previously in 2018, eased their way to the semi final where they will play Waterford champions, Stradbally. On Sunday’s performance it will be Kilgarvan who will carry the favourites tag for the competition, especially having ace Kerry forward Donal O Sullivan to come back into the fold. The youngster was making his starting league debut in Killarney helping Jack O Connors men to a league victory over Monaghan and picking up man of the match while his club men were in Knockaderry booking an Munster semi final spot.
This coming Sunday sees the meeting of the Limerick champions Castletown/Ballygran and Cork winners Diarmuid O Mathunas at 2pm in the other quarter final with the winners of that game to play Tipp champions Kilruane McDonaghs in the semi final later in the month.

Limerick U20 Football:
Best of luck to Mike Molloy in the upcoming U20 limerick football league and Championship.

Thought of the week:
‘Teamwork coming together is the beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success’ – Henry Forde