Eire Og Camogie:
Well done to the under 12 whites who have qualified for Shield Final next weekend. A super bunch of girls . Well done to all involved.
Well done to our Juniors who had a super win over boherlahan Sunday evening in Annacarty. Well done to all involved.
Hard luck to our Seniors who lost to Clonoulty in 1st round of championship Saturday evening last. Next up the girls play Nenagh.
Well done to the under 15’s who had a great win over Portroe in Portroe.
Eire Og Annacarty GAA:
Senior Hurlers were defeated by Kiladangan last Saturday in the County Championship.
Under 19 Hurlers were defeated by Cappawhite Gaels in the West semi-final last Wednesday.
Under 13 Hurlers were defeated by Emly last Monday.
Senior Football: County Championship v JK Brackens on Sunday, 28 August in New Inn at 4pm.
Junior Football: West semi-final v Aherlow Gaels on Friday, 26 August in Solohead at 7pm
Under 19 Football: West semi-final v Galtee Rovers on Wednesday, 24 August in Solohead at 7pm.
Massey Ferguson Raffle:
Tickets still available in the Eire Og Annacarty Massey Ferguson Raffle. Tickets are €20 each or 3 for €50 with every penny going directly to the upgrade of lights on our main pitch.
This facility will benefit all club members both young and old as well as those from other clubs in the area.
As always, all support is appreciated whether it is buying tickets, selling tickets, sharing this post on social media or via your WhatsApp groups.
Tickets are still available for our draw off sellers but especially online via the link:
If you’re not in you cannot win!!
Eire Og Lotto results:
Results from Draw held 16 August 2022.
Draw 1 (€9,600): Numbers drawn were 3, 9, 23 and 26. No winner.
Draw 2 (€500): Numbers drawn were 13, 16, 21 and 28. No winner.
Draw 3 (€250): Numbers drawn were 6, 10, 11 and 27. No winner.
Lucky Dip €50 winner: Terry Crowe, c\o Jerry Jack’s.
Lucky Dips €30 winners:
PJ McGrath, Bonerea.
Michael Bradshaw, Shannaknock (online). Eimear Ryan, Kilpatrick (online).
Pakie Ryan, Alleen (online).
Seller’s prize of €30: Donal O’Dwyer.