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BALLYMACNAB ROUND TOWERS GFC Newsletter – 16/03/2020


“Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit!”



In these anxious times, the Club are following the ongoing guidance released from Croke Park, Armagh GAA and the Health Authorities. Everyone is asked to abide by the up-to-date information provided by medical advisors in regard to precautions in preventing the spread of the Corona Virus.


The Club support the ‘Community Spirit’ set up by Fr Gregg to reach out and support the needy, elderly and vulnerable in our community. This programme will be flexible depending upon the needs of parishioners – shopping, collecting prescriptions, fuel etc. As many elderly people have no access to Facebook or social media Fr Gregg has urged everyone to `look out for` the elderly and needy in your area. Anyone requiring such help are asked to contact the  Parish Office – 028 3753 1641


Thanks to our Senior players who have adhered to instructions as regards training restrictions and to our underage coaches who have been encouraging their players to continue with their training at home, particularly through the ‘100 touches practice’



LOTTO RESULT – 16 March. 3-5-7-9. No JACKPOT winner. 4 Match 3 numbers: Louise Toner (x2), Gerry Cauldwell, Pat C/o Liam King. Next Draw – Monday 23 March. JACKPOT £8,400!!! (Rota: BMaguire+TSmyth). Tickets can be purchased online via www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Ballymacnab/lotto ; and O'Toole's Bar, Truddens Shop, Cassies Bar, Sheils Bar, McKenna’s Bar.



Due to the recent Health warning we will not be holding our Registration Nights on Fridays until further notice.

In the meantime Membership for 2020 (Over 18 £30, Under 18 £10) and can be paid online via: www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Ballymacnab/Membership#MembershipOptions.



Thanks to all who purchased a ticket for the 4 monthly County draw, first draw due to take place at the end of the Month. If you missed out & wish to purchase a ticket they can still be bought via the County Website www.armaghgaa.net/clubdraw/ Tickets are priced at £100, with £80 going to the Club and £20 to the County Development Fund.