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2nd of July 2014 Club Notes

posted 1 Jul 2014, 06:22 by abbeyknockmoy gaa   [ updated 17 Jan 2015, 12:27 ]
This weeks lotto numbers were 1, 7, 10, 20. There was no jackpot winner but well done to Martin Flesk of Newtown & Gerry Kinnane of Abbey Road who both matched 3 numbers and receive €40 each. Next weeks jackpot is €3900 and the draw will take place in Mannions Bar.
The members draw was held Monday night and the main prize of €700 goes to Derek Wynne of Larraghmore, then Tommy Farragher, Barney Costello & Thomas Heneghan all receive €100 each as the runners up prizes

Commiserations to our U10's who were narrowly defeated by a strong Ballinasloe outfit. The U10's management would like to thank all the parents and the travelling supporters.
Also our U12's lost to Ballygar on Thursday evening last. 
Upcoming fixtures will be posted to our Facebook page when confirmed.
Under 16 training is on Wednesday at 8pm
Under age training continues every Sunday at 12:30pm.
Minor team play next championship game at home in Abbey on Friday @ 7pm against Mountbellew.

In Camogie, our U12's played Turloughmore in the County Finals over the weekend and claimed the County Title on a finishing scoreline of Abbeyknockmoy 2-3 to Turloughmore 1-2.
Well done to the team and management for their hard work. Many thanks to the parents and supporters for providing food & treats on Saturday at the Club & for the great support shown all the way.
We'd like to thank all those who came out to support us on the parish tour by lighting fires and cheering the team on. It really meant a lot to the team. Also, to Vaughans who looked after the team and supporters with refreshments on Sunday evening, thank you very much lads we appreciate your support.

This weekend both of our U10 teams are playing in the County Finals in their respective groups. We'd like to wish them all well.

Under age training continues on Wednesday at 7pm. Junior B training at 8pm.

Good luck to the Galway Senior Hurling team this weekend as they take on Tipperary. 

The Club wish sympathise with the Keane family of Newtown on the death of Gerard Keane. May he Rest in Peace.