The weekly Emmet Óg & Killoe Minor Club Lotto Draw took place on Monday the 10/07/23. The Jackpot was €7000
Numbers Drawn were: 3, 7, 8, 15
There was no Jackpot winner
€30 Lucky dip winners:
- Jill McGoldrick
- Margo Rowley
- Aidan Keogh
Next draw takes place on Monday 17/07/23
*****JACKPOT €7000 *****
Thank you again for your continued support of Emmet Óg & Killoe Minor Club. Our lotto will be ran fully online and you can purchase your tickets by clicking the link on our Facebook page or by downloading the Clubforce App on your phone. If you require any assistance in buying a ticket please contact any member of the club executive. If there are no jackpot winners there will be 3 €30 lucky dips picked from all the tickets purchased. We wish you the best of luck in our next draw.
A Cardiac Screening clinic will take place on Saturday the 29th of July from 9:30am to 5:00pm in the clubhouse. Each screening will take approx. 20 minutes.
Bookings can be made online.
- Go to www.ameds.ie.
- Click on the ‘Online Booking’
- Enter the clinic code killoe
Screening costs €79 per person while Laya Healthcare members can avail of it for free. The GAA’s Medical Scientific and Welfare Committee recommend cardiac screening for all players over the age of 14 years.
Leader Cup Semi-Final V Longford Slashers
Our Seniors booked their place in the Leader Cup Final with a fantastic 7 point win over Longford Slashers in Emmet Park on Tuesday evening. Goals courtesy of Ciaran Donohoe & Mark Hughes proved decisive factors as the full time score read Killoe 2-15, Longford Slashers 1-11.
Packie Joe Lynch Tournament
Our Minor Club held their annual Packie Joe Lynch Tournament in Emmet Park on Sunday morning. A special thank you to our Minor Club Committee members who put in a huge effort in organising this tournament and ensuring the day is an enjoyable one for all the clubs who take part.
John Skelly / Leader Cup Final
Our Seniors played Mullinalaghta St. Columbas in the John Skelly & Leader Cup finals. It was neck and neck for most the first half with no side gaining more than a single point advantage in the first half. The second half saw no real change. Paddy Moran led the way for Killoe with a number of points scored from play. A late equaliser by David Mcgivney sent the game to extra time as neither side could shrug off the other. Extra time was a further end to end affair, Killoe got scores through Ciaran Donohoe, Mark Hughes & Daniel Mimnagh but St. Columbas replied each time, with their final leveller coming from a 45 well into injury time of extra time by Conor Leonard. A penalty shootout ensued and unfortunately Killoe lost out 5 goals to 4. Congratulations to St. Columbas Mullinalaghta on the win. Commiserations to the team & management who must now regroup for the opening round of the Senior Championship in two weeks time.
Our Junior team face Gratton Óg in the Gilmore Cup Final this coming Friday in Dunbeggan at 8pm.