The weekly Emmet Óg & Killoe Minor Club Lotto Draw took place on Monday 09/10/23. The Jackpot was €8000
Numbers Drawn were: 14, 17, 29, 31
There was no Jackpot winner
€30 Lucky dip winners:
- Catriona Bland
- Brady Family (Rathmore)
- Kieran Corr
Next draw takes place on Monday 16/10/23
*****NEW JACKPOT €9000 *****
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.
The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Ledwith, Reynolds & McCormack families on the passing Mary. May she rest in peace.
The club was represented in the Senior Scór question time in Pearse Park on Thursday evening by Aron Fitzpatrick, Stephen Duke, Kevin Mollaghan & Cormac O’Donnell. The lads finished in a respectable 3rd place.
On Saturday evening, our Ballad group composed of Olivia Whelan, Eamon Keogh, Marie Brady, Alannah Mckeon and Anna Moorhead qualified for the Leinster final in Carnew. Thanks to all our Scór participants for taking part and to Marie Brady our Irish Officer for organising.
Intermediate Championship Final
Commiserations to our neighbours Sean Connollys who lost out to Kenagh in the Intermediate Championship final on Saturday evening. Congratulations to Kenagh on the win.
Junior A Championship Final V Ballymore
The first game of our double header seen our Junior team take on Ballymore in a hard fought contest. Killoe made a fantastic start when after 3 minutes Shane McManus & Shane Dooner combined to put Killoe 1-1 up with a goal & point respectively. Ballymore fought back with some well taken scores and by half time were only two behind. Killoe needed to hit the ground running in the second half but unfortunately things didn’t go there way with only Oisin McManus adding a point from a free. Ballymore showed great determination and got the crucial goal to send them ahead after 7 minutes in the second half. Killoe rued their missed chances as the clocked ticked by without a score while Ballymore continued to add to their total. Full time score read Killoe 1-5 Ballymore 1-10. Commiserations to the team & management who gave their best throughout the season. Congratulations to Ballymore on the win.
Senior Championship Final V Clonguish
After a disappointing start to the days proceedings it was up to out senior team to bring home the glory. Killoe started second best and fell behind by 2 points after 5 minutes of play. Scores from Mark Hughes, Daniel Mimnagh & Cian Farrelly got Killoe back in front after 11 minutes of play. A goal chance fell Killoe’s way midway through the second half but Clonguish keeper Joe O’Brien kept the Mark Hughes shot at bay to ensure the sides were level at the break. On the resumption of play, Killoe made the best of it when Paddy Moran accelerated past his man to pass it across to Mark Hughes who slammed the ball into the net to put daylight between the sides. Clonguish weren’t for giving in though as scores from Mark Hughes & Ronan McGoldrick kept the deficit at 3 points. Coming down the final straight, Clonguish rallied well and by the start of additional time had leveled the game. Killoe kept their cool and worked their way into the scoring zone once more and earned a vital free deep in injury time. Mark Hughes made no mistake and sealed the win and a 14th county title for the club. Full time score: Killoe 1-8, Clonguish 0-10. Congratulations to the team & management on a fantastic win. Commiserations to Clonguish who will no doubt be back again in the years to come.
The U21 Championship begins on Sunday with our round 1 fixture v Clonguish taking place at 2pm in Emmet Park.