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Lotto - There was no win­ner of the draw on Mon­day, July 24. Num­bers were 01, 10, 16, and 19.

The win­ners of the match three, win­ning €75 each, were Peadar Daly, Joan Cur­ran, Pat Farrell and Pat Cof­fey.

This week’s jack­pot is €16,800, draw will take place in Ger­maines pub on Mon­day, July 13.

Once again thank you all for your con­tin­ued sup­port of the club lotto. Re­mem­ber, you can also play our lotto on line at www.lo­cal­ or through our Face­book page.

Per­haps you might pass this web­site on to those who are away but would like to sup­port the club and be in with a chance to win the ever in­creas­ing jack­pot.

Well done to our un­der-14 ladies who had a win on Thurs­day evening in their first cham­pi­onship match against St Nicks, keep up the good work girls.

Great county blitz on Satur­day morn­ing in the pitch for the un­der-8 and un­der-10 girls. Thanks to all the teams who trav­elled and to all the girls, coaches and par­ents for help­ing make it a big suc­cess. Great morn­ing, well done to all.

The Ju­nior As’ cham­pi­onship match was called off on Fri­day evening, we were granted a walkover.

Our Se­nior men had a fan­tas­tic win over Coolkenno on Sun­day in their sec­ond out­ing in this year’s cham­pi­onship. Bril­lant work rate and team play by all the lads.

Fi­nal score was 3-11 to 1-8. Two bril­liant goals from Adam McHugh and one from Henry Sin­nott. The lads will meet Rath­new in the next game.

Sin­cere con­do­lences to the fam­i­lies of Mary Cam­pion who sadly passed away last week. May she rest in peace.


Ti­na­hely GAA Lotto - July 24, num­bers drawn were: 4, 12, 20, and 24.

Bonus: 2. There was one jack­pot win­ner, Paul Tyrrell. There were four match three win­ners: Nicky Mur­phy, Kath­leen Byrne, Jimmy Nolan, and Breda Stokes.

Next week’s lotto will be €3,500, draw in O’Con­nor’s Bar on July 31.

Ju­nior Foot­ball - Our Ju­nior team were out in Round 2 of the Ju­nior ‘C’ cham­pi­onship last Thurs­day evening with a game away to An­nacurra.

After last week’s draw it was cru­cial we got a win to keep pro­mo­tion alive. Ti­na­hely got off to a great start and went 3-0 up early. The lads went on to win 3-9 to 0-8. A great team per­for­mance was put in.

We now play Donard in Round 3 this Thurs­day evening in Ti­na­hely at 7.30pm. Team on the night was: Alan Lil­lis, Danny, Kevin, Timmy, Tonto, Butch, Ray, An­thony, Niall O’Gor­man, Eric, David Dillon, Bill, Wazza, Ste­wart, Bub­bles.

Se­nior Foot­ball - Our Se­nior team had a good away win last Tues­day evening in the Di­vi­sion 1A against Carnew Em­mets.

It’s never a easy place to go and win but the lads stick to their jobs and came away with two more league points. Well done to ev­ery­one in­volved.

Next up is bless­ing­ton in the SFC on the week­end of Au­gust 12/13. This is a cru­cial game for the club so put the date in your diary and come along and sup­port the lads.

Ladies foot­ball - Hard luck to the wick­low ladies who lost to Clare on Sun­day over in Clane. Ti­na­hely had seven play­ers on the start­ing 15, so well done on that.


The club would like to ex­press their sym­pa­thy with the Ger­aghty fam­ily on the pass­ing of May McCor­mack, in Cork (Meg’s mother)may she rest in peace.


Lotto re­sults from Mon­day, July 24, for a jack­pot of €2,600 - Num­bers drawn: 4, 19, 21, and 23. Match threes: Daire Nolan c/o S McDer­mott; Aimee and So­phie Kin­sella c/o S Driver; Eileen Sav­age c/o P Byrne; Karen Byrne c/o J Con­nolly; Amanda Doyle c/o T Doyle.

Next draw: Mon­day, July 31, in King’s for a jack­pot of €2,900.

Our In­ter­me­di­ate team had a good win over An Tochar last Satur­day in Ark­low. Fi­nal score was 2-15 to 2-12. Next up is a league match against Bal­li­na­cor at home this Tues­day.

Girls’ un­der-8s and 10s trav­elled to Balt­in­glass last Satur­day. All had a very en­joy­able out­ing.

This year’s Kel­logs GAA Cúl Camp is cur­rently un­der­way in Ash­ford. First child cost is €60, sec­ond child €50, third and sub­se­quent child €40. Con­tact Stephen Be­han for more in­for­ma­tion.

The sec­ond Ash­ford GAA Sum­mer Camp will take place from Tues­day 15th. to Fri­day 18th. Au­gust. Cost is €45 for first child and €35 for any ad­di­tional child from the same fam­ily.

Our lotto will be go­ing on­line soon. Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion to fol­low.

Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on Ash­ford GAA ac­tiv­i­ties can be found via Face­book and from our web page, www.ash­


On Fri­day, our Se­nior ladies made the long jour­ney across the gap to Val­ley­mount in the third round of cham­pi­onship. A win was the only op­tion.

St Pat’s led at half-time with a score line 1-06 to 0-02. In the sec­ond half, St Pat’s upped their game and came out wor­thy win­ners with the full-time score­line: St Pa­trick’s 3-16 Val­ley­mount 1-04.

Our Ju­nior As trav­elled to Rath­new on Satur­day to take on Éire Óg in the cham­pi­onship.

Hard luck to Barry, BA and all in­volved with the Ju­nior foot­ballers who will rue the missed op­por­tu­ni­ties in the first half with the fi­nal score: St. Pa­trick’s 0-04, Éire Óg 0-07.

On Sun­day our Se­nior foot­ballers wel­comed Dunlavin to Dun­bur in the Di­vi­sion 1 league. Dunlavin went in at the break a point up 1-03 to 0-05 but the lads turned it around in the sec­ond half for a de­served vic­tory. Fi­nal score: St Pa­trick’s 3-12, Dunlavin 2-05. Well done to our un­der-7 hurlers of the week, Eoin Tre­anor and Sam Czwalina and all our un­der-7s who were train­ing hard Tues­day night in prepa­ra­tion for Satur­day’s mon­ster blitz in Bal­li­nakill.

Well done to our un­der-11 hurlers who had a good win over Gle­nealy on Wed­nes­day.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to our un­der-16 B ladies who had a com­pre­hen­sive win over Clan na Gael, 7-28 to 3-01.

Con­grat­u­la­tions and best wishes to Se­nior player Stephen Duffy and his beau­ti­ful bride Lyn­d­sey Ka­vanagh who were mar­ried last Thurs­day. Wish­ing you both a life time of hap­pi­ness.

We are al­ways wel­com­ing new play­ers to St Pa­trick’s GAA club. We be­gin at 3 years of age come along Satur­day morn­ings at 11am and try it out.

Any In­di­vid­u­als in­ter­ested in been in­volved with our club teams for 2017 should con­tact the Club Sec­re­tary at: Sec­re­tary.stpatricks. wick­

Wish­ing the Wick­low Re­gatta 2017 all the suc­cess it de­serves this year, please go sup­port events and buy a pro­gramme thank you for fea­tur­ing our suc­cess­ful u15 lads team who won at Feile last year Wick­low Re­gatta Fes­ti­val.

Wick­low GAA cur­rently have five po­si­tions avail­able as a school coach in the fol­low­ing ar­eas Ark­low, Wick­low Town, Round­wood/ Moneystown, Kil­macanogue and west Wick­low on a Wick­low GAA CE Scheme.

Please con­tact their lo­cal DSP Em­ploy­ment Ser­vices/INTREO Of­fice to check your el­i­gi­bil­ity and to ap­ply for this va­cancy. Va­cancy Ref­er­ence Num­ber will be re­quired.

Ap­pli­cants must also be in re­ceipt of an Ir­ish so­cial wel­fare pay­ment for one year or more. Aged be­tween 21-55 years. Ap­pli­cants should sup­ply suit­able char­ac­ter ref­er­ences and be pre­pared to com­plete a Garda vet­ting ap­pli­ca­tion form.

Wick­low Golf Club are host­ing an In­ter Club Tal­ent Com­pe­ti­tion on Satur­day, Au­gust 12.

This event is to raise much needed funds for Breast Cancer Re­search Ire­land and is in con­junc­tion with the Play in Pink golf com­pe­ti­tion that Wick­low Golf Club Ladies will be or­gan­is­ing on Satur­day, Au­gust 12. A night of fun and craic at Wick­low Golf Club in­ter-club tal­ent com­pe­ti­tion. Mu­sic on the night will be pro­vided by Break­away.

Any bud­ding singers, co­me­di­ans, dancers or any form of en­ter­tainer wel­come! The win­ner will re­ceive €100.

Con­tact An­thony Franey at afraney at wick­low­ of 087 6799857 to take part in the show.

Have you got any used foot­ball boots/ hurl­ing hel­mets you are not us­ing? The club would love them. They can be dropped into the gear shop every Satur­day morn­ing to help with the club gear ex­change pro­gram.

Don’t for­get tuck shop and club gear shop open every Satur­day morn­ing 11-12:30.

A big thank you to vol­un­teers Siobhan Hollingsworth, Emma Hughes Czwalina in the Tuck Shop and Marie O’Brien, Olivia Con­nolly Carey and Mick Mur­phy who have vol­un­teered to as­sist with the Club Gear Shop at the club Nurs­ery every Satur­day in Dun­bur.

St. Pa­trick’s Sum­mer Camp Tue/Wed/Thurs, Au­gust 15-17, from 10am to 2pm each day in Dun­bur. Con­tact Paul O’Brien for de­tails: Email: Cather­ine_­paul@eir­ Mo­bile: 087 2681987.

Camo­gie - Train­ing con­tin­ues for un­der-8 and un­der-10 girls on Thurs­days at 6-45pm in St. Pa­tricks Na­tional School pitch. New play­ers al­ways wel­come con­tact Mar­garet 087 7827881.

We had no win­ners for our Match 5 or Match 4 jackpots. We had seven Match 3 win­ners: Phil Con­nelly, Amy O’Do­herty, Mary Phelan, ‘Billy’, Jenny Byrne, Frank Naughton, John Do­herty. Don’t for­get to buy your ticket this week. If you are not in you can­not win!

Num­bers drawn were 2, 6, 8 and 21. The bonus num­ber was 26.

Thanks to the weekly club lotto sell­ers who give up their time to help raise funds for the club. It’s greatly ap­pre­ci­ated. The next draw is on Mon­day, July 31, in the club­house. Make sure you buy a ticket each week and you could be the win­ner of our Match 4 prize €2,100 or Match 5 €10,000 jack­pot!

As part of club de­vel­op­ment and po­ten­tial ad­di­tional play­ing fa­cil­i­ties, we are re­quest­ing that each age group team sup­port the lotto sell­ing rota by pro­vid­ing a team of four on their des­ig­nated Satur­day. Are any of you avail­able to sell in the pubs on Satur­day nights from 9pm? Con­tact your team man­ager for de­tails.

Please send any in­for­ma­tion for club notes to Pro.stpatricks.wick­ be­fore 9pm on Sun­day evenings. You can con­tact St Pats at Face­book St Pa­trick’s GAA Club Wick­low Town or Twit­ter @StPat­sGAAWick.


Shave, Wax or Dye Chal­lenge - The com­mit­tee are piec­ing to­gether the fi­nal de­tails for Cool­boy GAA’s Shave, Wax or Dye Chal­lenge on Sun­day, Au­gust 6, in the Lit­tle Moon Cool­boy at 8pm.

Our finest foot­ballers and sup­port­ers will be put to their big­gest test to date and will have NO SAY in what hap­pens to them on the night, the crowd have the power!

Any­one who is in­ter­ested in this chal­lenge and has yet to ex­press an in­ter­est, please con­tact any mem­ber of the com­mit­tee ASAP. This is a night def­i­nitely not to be missed! Cool­boy GAA News - Con­grat­u­la­tions to the team and man­age­ment on se­cur­ing their first win of the cham­pi­onship on Fri­day last in Bal­li­nakill against Kil­bride on a score-line of 4-15 to 3-9.

The lads showed a fan­tas­tic team dis­play to the many loyal sup­port­ers that trav­elled to sup­port them.

With only one match left in the group stages, we face Shillelagh where a po­ten­tial quar­ter-fi­nal place is up for grabs.

As we near the end of the league, our next match sees us face Newcastle in the Com­mu­nity Field on Sun­day morn­ing, Au­gust 13, at 11.30am.

Please be mind­ful that fix­tures are sub­ject to change so keep an eye on the fix­tures here in the Wick­low Peo­ple and on our Face­book page for any changes that may oc­cur.

Con­grat­u­la­tions - Hearti­est con­grat­u­la­tions to foot­baller An­thony Holly and his wife Ann on the birth of their son Jonah last week.


AGB’s Se­nior men faced Bless­ing­ton on Satur­day evening in Joule Park, in their sec­ond match of the cham­pi­onship.

A fast first half had the AGB sup­port­ers and their bench on the edge of their seats con­tin­u­ously as the Bless­ing­ton men put the AGB side through their paces.

Al­ways marked as a match where the AGB side would re­ally need to prove their worth, they most cer­tainly did in this game.

Never stop­ping to give into the pres­sure from Bless­ing­ton, they con­tin­ued to bat­tle on as Bless­ing­ton lead from their first few min­utes in.

Sim­i­lar­i­ties in both jer­seys caused con­fu­sion on both the field and in the crowd un­til a de­ci­sion at half-time saw Bless­ing­ton change their colours. The half-time score saw Bless­ing­ton in the lead 1-05 to 0-04, but on the re­turn to the field in the sec­ond half AGB got straight back in to win the ball.

A tough sec­ond half saw AGB dom­i­nate and re­ally push the pace by rarely let­ting Bless­in­ton break them down.

The fi­nal whis­tle blew and the score­line fin­ished AGB 1-12 to 1-10. An ex­cel­lent dis­play of foot­ball from all the AGB play­ers, and scores from Cor­mac O’Shea (1), Philip Healy, Philip Gleeson, Dar­ragh Fitzger­ald, Stephen Hur­ley, Ivan Hur­ley saw a suc­cess­ful end­ing to a tough game.

AGB’s Ju­nior B men’s team played Lacken on Thurs­day evening at home in Pearse’s Park in the Cater Cup.

A small Lacken panel ar­rived to face a strong Ark­low side. From the start AGB had the strength on the field, and with a very strong bench line man­ager Eugene Bent­ley had the up­per hand over Lacken’s 13 play­ers.

Both teams played a tough game on the field but the vic­tory was to be AGB’s with the fi­nal score fin­ish­ing at 3-14 to 1-08.

The Ju­nior Bs will travel to Bless­ing­ton this com­ing Thurs­day. Throw in is at 7.30pm.

AGB were rep­re­sented by Hugh O’Brien and Pa­trick O Hal­lo­ran from our un­der-15 team over the week­end as both play­ers were on the county un­der-15 panel. Well done, lads.

AGB’s un­der-16 ladies were in ac­tion at home in Pearse’s Park last Tues­day evening against Rath­new. After a great per­for­mance from the un­der-16 girls the match fin­ished 13-12 to 7-05.

AGB’s un­der-8 and un­der-10 ladies trav­elled to Balt­in­glass on Satur­day, July 29, to take part in what was, for the un­der-8s, their sec­ond blitz of the 2017 sea­son.

Nine hard work­ing un­der-8s showed great de­ter­mi­na­tion through­out their three games and the im­prove­ment in their skills, even since their re­cent chal­lenge in Round­wood on the pre­vi­ous Thurs­day evening, was im­mense.

They used their steps to make space just as they have been learn­ing at train­ing and they kept mov­ing for­ward with pur­pose get­ting on some great passes and fin­ished it all off by tak­ing some great scores from play.

Well done to Saoirse, So­phie H, Zoe, Naoise, Eimear, Erin, Ciara, Ruby W and Cara!!

Thanks to Balt­in­glass for be­ing won­der­ful hosts, to the ref­er­ees for their en­cour­age­ment and pa­tience and most of all thanks to the un­der-8s from Ash­ford, Wick­low and Ti­na­hely for pro­vid­ing such su­per op­po­si­tion in three very en­joy­able games! Go AGB ladies!

AGB’s club­house is now open for Sun­day din­ner, every Sun­day this July from 1pm to 6pm. Call in and sam­ple our de­li­cious menu, with great choices and prices. The bar is also open on Fri­day and Satur­day evenings from 8pm dur­ing the sum­mer months.

Please send club notes to ark­low­ You can con­tact the AGB PRO at above email, Face­book (‘Ark­low Geraldines Bal­ly­money GAA Club’ or ‘AGB Ladies’) or Twit­ter.


Lotto - No win­ner of this week’s jack­pot of €4,300. Num­bers drawn were 07, 16, 24, and 27. Four match threes: Sam Walsh, Lisa Wy­brant Ed­ward Car­roll and Cather­ine O’Ke­effe each re­ceive €25. Sell­ers prize was won by John J O’Toole, haulage con­trac­tor, €20. Next week’s jack­pot stands at €4,400.

Knock­ananna suf­fered their sec­ond de­feat in the cham­pi­onship to Val­ly­mount last Satur­day evening, leav­ing them with an up hill strug­gle to qual­ify for the quar­ter-fi­nals.

If we beat Barn­dar­rig and Laragh then we progress its as sim­ple as that. First up it Barn­dar­rig Sun­day at 1.30pm in Aughrim. We just need that one vic­tory to get the cham­pi­onship blood flow­ing again.

Need­less to say, we need all your sup­port on the day.

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