Congratulations and best wishes to Patsy Nolan on on winning our 50 for 50 Supper Prize of a Honda 50. This draw was a great success for our club and will be a great help at paying back some of our bank loan. We are very appreciative and thankful to our long time supporter Patrick McCorry for donating this great prize to us and wish him well. Thank you to all who bought tickets here and abroad, some of who support us again and again. Your ongoing support is very much appreciated.
1st Prize 2 All-Ireland Football Final Tickets plus one Night B&B in Cassidy’s Hotel, Dublin.
Winner: Richard McTiernan, Drumkeeran, Co. Leitrim.
2nd Prize One Night Bed & Breakfast with an evening meal at the luxury Farnham Estate Spa & Golf Resort.
Winner: Patrick Slavin Jnr., Glenfarne, Co Leitrim.
3rd Prize One Night Bed & Breakfast with an evening meal at the Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet, Co. Mayo.
Winner: Mary Schulok, New York, U.S.A
4th Prize Sunday
Win this fabulously restored Honda 50 in our limited draw, “50 for 50”. Full history of this bike is available click here, Honda 50 History & Restoration.
Tickets cost €50 each.
The draw will take place on 27th October 2017. If you have any difficulties with our online method of purchasing please contact Club Chairman Philip Feeley on 087/2932097.
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Tickets are currently on sale at €10 each to enter the GAA National Club Draw for a chance to win 14 fantastic prizes which includes a car. All monies raised go to funding our club. Tickets are available from club committee or contacting Philip on 087-2932097. Details on prizes are available by clicking on the following: NationalClubDrawPrizes & NationalClubDraw . Thank you for your support.
Our annual Joe Maguire Memorial Charity Match takes place on St. Stephen’s Day the 26th December 2016 @ 2pm in Pháirc Gaeil Na Sionnáinne, Blacklion. Shannon Gaels V Béal Cú Ó Raghallaigh with funds raised going towards Ellie’s Retreat and Shannon Gaels. Refreshments afterwards in Fitzpatricks ‘Piano Bar’.