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Mar. 9, 2015
There was no winner of the Belcoo GAA Lotto Jackpot on Monday 9th March. Letters drawn were G, I, Q, R, U.
Lucky Dip £15's went to Sadie Corrigan, Bernie Furey (Ballina), Bill Dagleish and Olivia Gaffney. Jackpot capped at £9,950. Next Draw Monday 16th March.
Continues Saturday 14th March from 1.30pm to 2.45pm at the Football Pitch. Great turnout for the first session last weekend. Keep an eye on Weebly incase weather poor and venue may need changed. Well done to Dylan Rafferty (P1 & P2) and Jaeden Connolly (P3 & P4) who got the 'With Hard Work There Are No Limits' jerseys. Could these be returned on Saturday.
Training continues on Wednesday 11th March from 7pm to 8.15pm, could Dara Flanagan bring the 'With Hard Work There Are No Limits' jersey on Wednesday night. There is a league game at home to Erne Gaels this Saturday 14th March at 4p. Players are asked to be at the pitch for 3.15pm.
The Fermanagh GAA Easter Camp Application Forms for P7 & 1st Year Boys/Girls will be available at Training on Wednesday or can be downloaded by clicking this link Easter-Camp-App-2015.pdf . (deadline to submit form is 30th March 2015)
CAMP runs for 3 DAYS (8th, 9th & 10th of April)
Venue & Time: Derrygonnelly from 10am to 1.30pm Daily.
Cost: £30 for 1st child, £25 for 2nd/3rd child in same family includes Hoody.
Hoody Size: Age 9-11 (Chest 32"), 12-13 (Chest 34"), Small Adult (Chest 36")
Training continues on Wednesday 11th March at 7.45pm. Coa are not fielding this weekend so Belcoo have a bye.
Training continues on Friday 13th March at 8.15pm sharp. The Junior league commences on Saturday 21st March with a home game against Erne Gaels at 5pm. Senior league penciled in for Sunday 12th April.
Last Man Standing:
Just 5 remain in the running for the £500 first prize. Ian Corrigan, Patsy Meehan, Eunan Mullally, Aidy McCann and Wee Jimmy McGrath are those left with a chance of securing the top prize.
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