Lotto: There was No Winner of this weeks lotto jackpot of €13,900.
The numbers drawn on 28 November were: 3-10-11-13.
3 Match 3’s share €100: Adrian Molloy, Sharon O’Donnell, Colette & Noreen.
Promoters: Mary Cleary, Betty Houlihan, SCEAL Shop.
Next Monday’s jackpot is €14,000 with Team 8 in charge of the draw.
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AGM: Our Annual General Meeting took place last Saturday night in the Tony Reddin Centre. The following officers have been elected for the coming year: President – Phil McIntyre; Vice-President – Michael Liffey; Chairperson – Aiden McIntyre; Vice-Chairperson – Hubert Duggan; Secretary – Maureen Guinan; Assistant Secretary – Michael Kennedy; Treasurer – Niall Brophy; Assistant Treasurers – Kathleen Duffy & Louise Mannion; PRO – Niall McIntyre; Assistant PRO – Michael Brophy, Coaching Officer – Ken Hogan; Development Officers – Tony Coen & Maureen Guinan; Health & Wellbeing Officer – David Fogarty; Schools Liaison Officer – Garett Ryan; Children’s Officer – Tom Kennedy; Cultural Officer – Tom Holmes, Lotto co-ordinator – Kevin Molloy.
Laochra Gael: Congratulations to Deirdre Lane on her Laochra Gael award presented on Sunday. Deirdre was a much-vaunted camogie player for Lorrha, Celtic in Dublin and for Tipperary and it is richly deserved.
Juvenile AGM: There was a great crowd at our juvenile AGM last week, which is a great sign for things going forward. It is great that we have so many parents who are both interested and willing to put their shoulder to the wheel. Chairperson: Garrett Ryan. Vice-chairperson: Declan Ryan. Secretary: Aine Reddin. Assistant secretary: Martina Duffy.
Sympathies: To the Reddin family on the death of Pat Reddin, Cullagh. Pat was a player, selector, administrator, and a great supporter of the club down through the years. Members of the club formed a guard of honour at his funeral on Friday to Rathcabbin church with the Lorrha flag adorning his coffin. May he Rest in Peace.
Social Dancing: Continues at the Tony Reddin Centre next Friday from 9.30pm to the music of Catriona O’Sullivan.
Dinner Dance: takes place on Thursday 22nd December the County Arms Hotel, Birr. Drinks reception at 7.00pm followed by meal at 7.30pm. Music by Tradstone. Tickets – €40 on sale now. Contact Aiden McIntyre (0876426640) or Maureen Guinan (0872426965). It should be a great Christmas party with the Intermediate hurlers being presented with their North & County medals on the night.
Primary School: Lorrha National School had seven points (5-3 to 2-5) to spare when they overcame a tough and battling performance from Killusty NS in the football County Final held on Friday in Templetuohy.
This was a very exciting game of football with some great skill on display from both sides. There was plenty of heart-stopping moments too for both sets of supporters, as the game was nip and tuck throughout the first half.
Lorrha got an early goal within the opening seconds, but Killusty hit back with a point. It took some time before both sides swapped points with Lorrha who were playing with a slight breeze on their backs, having loads of possession but unable to convert. There was loads of heart and determination from both sides and Lorrha were finding it hard to settle with Killusty going on to draw the game level going in at the break.
Lorrha were first out of the traps on resumption when they found the net to give them a three-point advantage after clever play. Killusty who were finding it hard to get in for a goal due to the fine Lorrha defending who kept a tight watch on proceedings, came back with a point. Lorrha were still pressing hard for goal and despite some wasted efforts and some great saves from the Killusty keeper, they were finally rewarded for their workmanship with two goals on the trot.
Killusty fought hard and kept the momentum up battling hard and they too managed a further two goals with minutes remaining, but it wasn’t enough as Lorrha closed out the game with two points and a last-minute goal which sealed the deal for the boys and girls in blue and white. Well done to the squad and their mentors Olive O’Meara (Principal), Tom Duggan and Aoife McLoughney.
Lorrha panel: Cathal Lambe, Nathan Young (Captain), Lee Mannion, Colin Coughlan, Joshua Kelly, Patrick Seman, Eoghan Kennedy, Jude Heenan, Oscar Morin Gradwell, Edel Kinsella, Saoirse O’Meara, Zara Curran, Megan Hanlon, Rachel Kinsella.