Athlone club notes

November 26, 2018

U20 Football Championship Final:

Congratulations to our U20 team who showed huge character and determination to capture the inaugural Westmeath Under 20 County Championship by defeating Rosemount-Castledaly on a scoreline of 0-15 to 1-11 in what was a fantastic and nail-biting game of football that was in the balance until the very last minute. Full match report to follow, see https://www.facebook.com/athlone.gaa.ie for photos of what was a great day and night.  Thanks to Padraig Devaney Photographer for the pictures.

Athlone:  John Duddy, Joseph Devins, James Finlass, Patrick Ryan, Donagh Prendergast, Diarmuid Martin, Patrick McGettigan, Shane Allen, Daniel Reid, Eamon Martin (0-3), Kieran Colclough (0-1), Sean Dowd (0-2), Josh Beaumont (0-2), Stephen O'Connor, Benny Martin (0-5)  Subs Used:  Luke Kelly (0-1), Niall Doolan, JJ Offorjama (0-1), Mark Egan, Shane Reid.

Lotto Results:

There was no winner of this weeks €1,800 jackpot.

The numbers drawn were 2-5-11-19

There was 5 match three winners.

Anita Burke c/o M Heavin

Odette Gill c/o T Small

Two Padraigs c/o M Heavin

Patricia Somers c/o M Daly

Maura Pimms c/o Bingo

Next weeks jackpot will be €1,950.

 

Athlone GAA AGM

Our AGM takes place on Friday, 7th December at 8pm sharp in Aras Chiarain.  All members aged 18+ are invited to attend.

 

Christmas Raffle:

 

Draw takes place in the Sheraton Hotel on 23rd December.  1st prize Exotic Getaway + €500 towards cost of flights, 2nd Spa Day for 2 in the Sheraton, 3rd Dinner for 2 in La Provence, 4th Large Christmas Hamper 5th All-4 One Voucher. Tickets €5 or 3 for €10.  Please support the raffle as all funds go directly in running the Club.

 

Club Gear:

New beanie hats are sold out but hope to get more in time for Christmas, text name/order to Teresa at 087 6799472

 

Vote of Sympathy:

The O'Connor Family, Clonbrock, Retreat, Athlone.

The Teape Family, Cornafulla, Athlone,

The Brill Family, Marine View, Athlone.

Rachel Prendergast (McCourt) & Family, Clonbrusk, Coosan.

Ar dheis Dé go raaibh a n-anam.



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