Kerins O’Rahillys GAA Club News

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The Club is currently competing with other clubs for the sole rights to sell our Club Lotto tickets in Rock Street Post Office from April 2020.

To help us win this competition, all you have to do is mention your support for Kerins O’Rahillys when you make any financial transaction in Rock Street Post Office and you will collect points for the club.

The points are collected by stamping a card that you can keep yourself or else leave in the Post Office if that’s handier for you.

When the card is full, you can give it to Paula O’Sullivan of our Management Committee or else hand it into Rock Street Post Office – and then start a new card!  The number of points awarded depends on the type of transaction you make.

For example, if you open a new deposit account, you will earn five points for Kerins O’Rahillys and if you buy a booklet of 10 stamps, you will earn the club two points.

We are asking all club members and supporters to get behind us in our efforts to win the competition.  So if you’re buying stamps for Christmas, think Rock street Post Office and then think Kerins O’Rahillys when you’re in there!  All support welcome.


We are doing a calendar for the ladies and juvenile clubs this year. They will cost €10.

Please text (086) 8713552 if you wish to purchase one or if you need more details.

SNIPPETS from “top of the right”

• The most important snippet of next year! We wish all Kerins O’Rahillys’ players, coaches, managers, mentors, administrators, members, friends, supporters and sponsors a very happy, healthy and prosperous new year.

· Well done to Cormac Coffey on a fine performance for Kerry v Cork in the McGrath Cup

• Don’t forget the Kerins O’Rahillys 10k on Sunday 26th January next.

• In the meantime, all Club members and supporters are asked to continue sprinting to Rock Street Post Office to help Strand Road to win the Club Lotto competition….


Our sympathies again to all those at the club who have lost family members and friends during 2019.  Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.

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