ÉIRE ÓG GREY­STONES

Bray People - - Sports -

Bean­nach­taí na Bliana Nua libh go léir. We in Éire Óg wish you out there, our read­ers and sup­port­ers, a Happy and Pros­per­ous New Year. You are de­serv­ing of the best of our good wishes for the way in which you sup­ported our var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties dur­ing the year. A spe­cial go raibh maith agaibh to those of you who sup­ported our Lotto. Without your in­put we would now be call­ing on the Rial­tas to shore up our fi­nances with tax­pay­ers money. And they have enough on their plate as it is! Fur­ther, they would want to put their rep­re­sen­ta­tives on the coiste, a not al­to­gether de­sir­able sce­nario as it is ques­tion­able on present ev­i­dence whether such fi­nan­cial gu­rus would en­sure our fi­nan­cial health.

While you, the weekly sub­scribers, are the vi­tal in­gre­di­ent in the mix, there are many oth­ers who week af­ter grind­ing week work sto­ically to en­sure the Lotto’s vi­a­bil­ity viz. the ticket sell­ers who se­duce you each week with their hon­eyed sell, co­or­di­na­tors Nel­lie and Anne-Marie Vick­ers who look af­ter its lo­gis­tics, and the scru­ti­neers. We thank them all for their con­tri­bu­tions. Céad mile buíochas libh go léir.

Our grate­ful thanks do not end here. They also ex­tend to those who bought tick­ets for the Christ­mas draw, the pro­ceeds of which set us up nicely for those pre-sea­son ex­penses - in­sur­ance, regis­tra­tion etc.

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