St Pats GAA Blennerville Club News

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There was no winner of our Club Lotto Jackpot on Sunday night last. The numbers drawn were 3, 7, 8 & 13. The five €30 consolation prizes went to Padraig O Keeffe Lixnaw, Michael Sugrue Tonevane, Katie Moriarty Curraheen, James O Connor Lohercannan and Sean Hayes Tonevane. Next week’s Lotto will have a Jackpot of €4,200 and the draw will take place this Sunday night January 10th in Skelper Quane’s Bar. Lotto tickets are available from the usual outlets or any club officer.

Jimmy Duffy Memorial Cycle 2016:

Calling all cyclists, dust down the bikes as the Jimmy Duffy Memorial Cycle takes place Saturday, January 9th at 11:00amfrom St. Pat’s GAA Club, Blennerville. The cycle will travel to Castleisland town centre and home followed by deserved refreshments, tea and coffee in Quanes Bar Blennerville. Enquiries to Maurice Hanafin @ (087)2998206 and George Poff @ (087)6814799.Unfortunately due to the provision of Insurance and Ambulance, a fee of €5 per person to a maximum of €15 per family will be charged on the day. Registration will commence from 10:00am. See you there. This is a fun cycle led by a pace car.
The celebrations will continue on Saturday night with anniversary Mass in Curraheen at 8pm, a music session in Quane’s Bar, where hot food & refreshments will be served. Keep the date free & come out to celebrate the memory of local man Jimmy Duffy. All are welcome.

Blennerville School Book:

“Blennerville National School and Community  A Story Worth Telling” Is now available. It is on sale for €10 from the school, Rock Street Post Office or The Kerry Book Shop.

Blennerville Community Playschool:

Preschool places currently available in Blennerville Community Playschool. Contact Marlene 086 3466115.

Blennerville Senior Citizen’s Party:

Blennnerville Senior Citizen’s Party will take place this Sunday January 10th @ 01.30 pm in O’Rahilly’s Clubhouse.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of Pat O Donoghue Clahane Ballyard, Jack Collins St. John’s Park and Brendan Leahy Ardcarrig Caherslee. May they rest in peace.

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