Club Notes: May 20th

Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 7, 12, 21, 22, 30 and ten winners will each receive £10. The jackpot stands at £5,000 for next week’s draw which will be made on Monday evening. Don’t forget that club lotto can now be played online on Klubfunder.

We encourage all our youth members to practice their skills using the videos on our TeamApp. Thank you to our own County players for continuing to provide our young members with these constructive videos.

We have a collection of historical club videos available on the “Killyclogher GAA TV” Vimeo website which can be viewed by everyone. There is a link to this on the club website.

The 2020 Killyclogher 10K was due to take place on 30th May. Due to current restrictions we are instead running the “Cappagh 5K & 10K Lockdown Challenge” from this Sunday (24th May) to Sunday week (31st May) where we encourage all to walk, jog, run or cycle 5K or 10K. All donations will be in aid of “Zest – Healing the Hurt”, a local mental health charity with a support centre in Killyclogher. All details on our social media. You can donate here.

We remind those in our community who are unable to get out that a number of club members will be available to collect prescriptions, groceries or other vital supplies and can be contacted as follows: Eamon McGrath 07789 518414, Kieran McMullen 07740 460585, Roisin Corcoran 07787 525523, Chris Gorman 07857 054567, Paddy Nugent 07783 633288. We continue to work with St Vincent de Paul in both collecting and distributing food parcels.

We would like to take this opportunity to give a Big Thank You to all our sponsors, those who sponsor our pitch-side hoardings, Cairde Cappagh members, club members, bingo players, contributors to the weekly Lotto, shop customers, people who have made monetary donations, supporters of the 5/10K, supporters of the annual Golf Classic and anyone else who have and continue to support the club in any way. Your on-going support during this difficult time is really appreciated and we look forward to meeting up with you again when this crisis has passed.

Sincere sympathy to the family circle of the late Anne Maguire, Fr. O’Connor’s housekeeper. Annie was a good supported of our social and fundraising events.

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