National Club Draw
The National Club Draw tickets are back on sale again this year and this great initiative by the GAA has helped contribute vital funds to our club for the past number of years. Individual prizes include: A brand new Renault Clio; a €2,000 travel voucher; All Ireland Hurling & Football packages; various shopping vouchers and many more. Details of each prize available are on each ticket. Tickets cost €10 and can be purchased on Clubspot. This year the club is running a Gaels specific draw where one lucky person who buys from us will win €1,000. As always, your support is greatly appreciated.
Our Lotto is returning on Monday, March 8th. This is the draw which was postponed on January 4th. Anyone who purchased tickets either online or through an envelope prior to that date will be automatically included in this draw. Any further online sales will not be included in this draw but will go into the following one on March 22nd. Please use a physical envelope if you wish to be included in the March 8th draw. The Jackpot is €4,200
Club Membership for the forthcoming year is now available. The cost is €30 for adults and €15 for students. Membership is required for all playing members and for use of the gym. Membership entitles you to attend monthly club meetings and if received before March 31st, entitles you to a vote at next year’s AGM and entry into the draw for All Ireland tickets. All officers, coaches and selectors of both the adult and underage teams must be paid up members to fulfil their roles with Fr. Manning Gaels and/or St. Vincent’s. To pay please contact Registrar, Bridie Reilly.
MyLife Walking Challenge
The MyLife Walking Challenge is up and running until the 3rd of March. Please download the MyLife app and join Fr. Manning Gaels in the Leinster challenge to register your walks each day. The target is a combined total of 4,000km to put us in a draw to win prizes and we are almost there now with over 3,850kms clocked up.
The club expresses its’ sincere sympathy to our Treasurer, Stephen McDermott, on the passing of his grandmother Rosie at the weekend. Solas na bhFlaitheas uirthi