The Kerryman (North Kerry) - - SPORT -

LOTTO: The draw for the GAA lotto jack­pot of €11,250 took place on Mon­day the 26th of Novem­ber in Three Coun­ties Bar. The num­bers drawn were 3,4,16, 18. There was no jack­pot win­ner. Lucky dip win­ners in­cluded Tom Healy (Kill­cum­min) €50, pro­moter Micheal Mur­phy (Brosna), Dol­lie McAuliffe (Brosna cross) €20, Siob­han Flem­ing (Cur­row) €20, Jerry and Maria Collins (Brosna) €20 and Ryl and Dyn c/o Ed­mund Do­ran €20. The next lotto jack­pot will be €11,400 and will take place Mon­day the 3rd of De­cem­ber in the Sport­sField Bar. LIVER­POOL TRIP: The fi­nal €100 in­stall­ment for the club trip to Liver­pool is now due. Can those trav­el­ing on the trip please drop the fi­nal in­stall­ment to Mur­phy’s Post Of­fice at your ear­li­est con­ve­nience. Thank you. NORTH KERRY CHAM­PI­ONSHIP SEMI FI­NAL: Brosna hosted the North Kerry champ­sion­ship semi fi­nal and the mi­nor fi­nal on Sun­day last. This was a great oc­ca­sion for the club and we would like to thank ev­ery­one who helped out on the day in mak­ing it such a sucess. COR­MAC MCA­NAL­LENS GAA SYD­NEY: Well done to Wil­liam Curtin from Brosna County Kerry who was re­cently the wor­thy re­cip­i­ent of the Cor­mac award, In Cor­mac McA­nal­lens GAA Syd­ney Aus­tralia. Cor­mac McA­nallen who passed away in March 2004 played in­ter-county foot­ball for Ty­rone and was an ex­cep­tional sports­man and a leader in all aspects of life. When pre­sent­ing this award we em­pha­sise such qual­i­ties as they re­flect what Cor­mac brought to the GAA. This award is the most pres­ti­gious hon­our and hope­fully, it will en­cour­age

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