Winning numbers in the Lottsodoo were 8, 9, 14, 18, 19 and seven winners will each receive £15. 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.
With the popular Killyclogher 10K postponed due to the lockdown, our “Cappagh Lockdown Challenge” has been taking place since last Sunday and finished this Sunday, 31st May. It has been a tremendous success so far and we encourage others to complete a challenge in the last few remaining days. 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 or donate here.
We are organising a special treat for a very loyal group of bingo players from our own Parish as well as neighbouring Parishes. These players attend faithfully every Monday night but since the lockdown in mid-March, haven’t had a game. A novel dimension is that it will be “Drive-In Bingo” with the players staying in their cars in the Parish Centre car-park this Sunday. 31st May, at 3:00pm. All regulations will be rigidly adhered to all efforts made to comply with health and safety requirements. Books cost £10 and all profits will be redistributed to the players on the day as prize-money. So, there you have it, bingo with a difference. A grand social afternoon and hopefully another successful chapter in the unbroken 50-year history of our bingo. A special welcome will be extended to those who attended our first carnival bingo 50 years ago and are back on Sunday.
Sincere sympathy to the family circles of two of the main officers of Coiste Contae Thír Eoghain; An Cathaoirleach Michael Kerr agus An Rúnaí Dominic McCaughey, on the deaths of their fathers.