Ballinagore GAA club notes
20 March 2017
Last week's winning numbers were 6, 17, 18 & 25. Next draw is Tuesday 21st March. We had no winners last week so make sure you get your €2 tickets, great way to support our club and be in with a chance to win Jackpot of €6,200.
We want to extend our sympathy to the Gavigan family, Ballinea, on the sad passing of Gerry Gavigan. Gerry’s son, Morgan, plays football with Lilliput Gaels U16 and Minor football teams. The club, along with Loughnavalley Ladies GFC formed a fine guard of honour for Gerry at Sunday mornings funeral in Castletown. We extend our condolences to Gerry’s wife Avril, daughters Rowena and Verona, his son Morgan and the extended Gavigan family. May he Rest in Peace
First Aid Course
Thanks to Gerry O’Malley who took the time to present a very informative course in first aid for underage mentors last Thursday evening in CTG clubhouse.
U14 County Football
Well done to Cody Finnane, Luke Seery, Peter Dalton and Warwic Kirby who represented Westmeath at the weekend against Laois.
With the time changing at the weekend, the normal schedule for juvenile training commences from Monday 3rd April. Training for all age groups up to U12 takes place in CTG at 18:00. U14 training takes place alsoon Monday at 18:15 in Ballingore. U16 and minor schedules will be advised to the panels this week.
Children's Irish dancing on Thursday's in the gym from 7-8pm. Contact Eoghan 0879949329 for more details. Fully qualified, insured and Garda vetted.
Fitness Classes on Monday Zumba at 7pm and Yogalates at 8pm. There are no classes on Wednesdays.
Gym membership available - €90 for adults and €70 for students.
Unwind after a busy day with a brisk walk around our track. The lights are on Tuesday and Friday evenings between 7pm-9pm. This is a safe and fun way to get some exercise in the evenings.