The weekly Emmet Óg & Killoe Minor Club Lotto Draw took place on Sunday evening.
The Jackpot was €11,000.
There was no Jackpot winner this week.
Numbers drawn on the night were 7, 9, 17, 19
Lucky Dip winners were as follows:
- Marina Donohoe €30
- Margo Rowley €30
- Michael Caherly €30
Next Draw on 26/09/2021
Our Jackpot is now €11,000
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.
Congratulations and best wishes to Conor Halpin and his wife Kristie on their wedding last weekend.
2021 Senior Championship Rd 3 V Colmcille
Our Seniors recorded a draw with Colmcille on Sunday last in round 3 of the Senior Championship. Killoe started well in the first half and got the first goal of the game when Ronan Keogh went on a surging run, finding Mark Hughes who buried the ball past the Colmcille keeper. With further points exchanged between the sides, Killoe held a slender two point lead at half time. With the second half just underway, Colmcille slotted home a goal from a short range free to edge in front. Things looked to be going in Colmcilles favour when Killoe were reduce to fourteen men, Ciaran Donohoe receiving a second yellow. Then another run forward by Ronan Keogh into the Colmcille defence allowed Mark Hughes to get free and he bagged his second goal. The Killoe defence held out any further Colmcille goal chances while points from Mark Hughes ensured Killoe salvaged a draw.
Full time score Killoe 2-10 Colmcille 1-13.
2021 Intermediate Championship Rd 3 V Ballymahon
Our Intermediate team recorded a draw against Ballymahon on Friday last in Michael Fay Park in a highly entertaining game. Killoe started brightly and looked to have put last Sundays defeat behind them when they raced to a six points to one lead at the water break. When play resumed Ballymahon came back strong into the game scoring two goals and three points to see the half time score show Killoe 0-9 points Ballymahon 2-4. Killoe missed a number of chances in the second half which they would come to rue despite hitting a further five points in the half along with a David McCarthy goal. With the last kick of the game Ballymahon kept their cool and converted a free to see both sides share the points. Killoe 1-14 Ballymahon 2-11. Well done to the team and management on a great performance.
Our Seniors take on Carrickedmond on Saturday evening at 4:30pm in Keenan Park while our Intermediate team take on Colmcille on Sunday at 1:30pm in the Laurels