There was no winner of the Lotto this week, number drawn were 24, 29 and 35. The prepaid winner was Jim Fennell and the €20 winners were Bertha Craul, Danny Murphy, Michelle Craul, Christina Keogh, Lorcan Clarke, Tony Daniels and Natalie Paton
Men’s training is on Tuesday and Thursday night at 7.30 with our first match fixed for 11.30 am on the 1st of March at home to Newcastle. Ladies training continues on Monday nights at 7.30 pm A race night is currently being organised for Saturday 7th of March at 9 pm, so committee members will be looking to sell Horses, Jockeys and Sponsorship, buy a Jockey for €15 euro or a horse €15, or both, contact any committee member for further details.
Well done to Eddie Craul and his four umpires who officated at the Junior AllIreland final in Croke Park last Saturday evening The Wicklow GAA magazine was launched last week and can be purchased for three euro, so if you would like a magazine every month contact Diarmuid@kilbridegaa.com or 0863113443. It’s packed with info, from interviews with county team players to down memory lane with Peter Keogh. Barndarrig, Coolboy Arklow Gers, Eire Og, and Donard/Glen are the featured clubs this month. Diarmuid Haughian does an article on pre season training, nutrition, match preparation and hydration with Steve Barry the Irish Hockeys Strength and Conditioning coach. All aspects of Wicklow GAA are covered including Football Ladies and Gents, Hurling, Camogie and Handball, keep an eye out for Catriona McKeon on page 18 pictured togged out with Donard/Glen the Wicklow Senior Camogie Champions. Next months issue has an interview with Jack Boothman and league and championship details. Membership is now due, and in the coming week each house should receive an membership form. Membership is very important and monies collected are used for Insurance and Affiliation. Membership also includes a draw for six All-Ireland tickets. To include any items in the Kilbride Notes please contact email@example.com or 086-6024228 by Sunday 7 pm.