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The results for the Club’s Lottery Draw held on 21 March 2019 are as follows:-
Jackpot Winner of £4,200 – Ronan McGrath. Friend of Rostrevor
🔴⚫️3 Number Winners of £25.00 each🔴⚫️
Patricia Russell. Seller:- Brenda Russell
Gary (Jake) Rooney. Seller:- Brenda Russell
Padraig Mulholland. Seller:- J T Franklin
Ann Farrell. Seller:- Ann Farrell
Next Draw:- Thursday 28 March 2019. Jackpot £3,000
Good luck to the Department if Eejits who are represent Rostrevor in the Ulster Final tomorrow evening in Banbridge 🔴⚫️
We hope to see you all there this Saturday
Monday Evening (25th February) we have our Centenary Mass at 7:30pm in St Mary’s Star of The Sea.
This is a night of celebration for all who have had any involvement in St Bronagh’s GAA Club over the last 100 years.
To that end we hope to see a huge turnout of people and especially of families and we encourage all people to wear club colours and create a sea of red and black on the night.
The mass will be followed by a presentation in the clubrooms to Anthony Williamson in recognition of his services to Scor over the last 50 years, and again it would be fitting to fill the clubrooms to honour such a worthy recipient. We are also delighted to have Clonduff’s All Ireland Scor winner Aoife Trainor performing on the night.
We look forward to you all joining us on Monday evening for the next installment of our Centenary Celebrations.
Following January’s Club History Exhibition and to continue our Centenary celebrations, St Bronagh’s GAA Centenary Mass will take place on Monday 25th February 2019 at 7:30pm.
We invite you and your family to attend this special celebration.
We would kindly ask everyone attending the mass to wear club colours where possible.
All attendees are also invited back to St Bronagh’s Social club where we will recognise Anthony Williamson for his Services to Scor over the last 50 years. A Buffet will be served on the evening.
We look forward to seeing you all there for what will be a Special night in our Club’s history.
Well done to Irlaith Farrell and the whole Southern Regional College team that won the Electric Ireland HE All Ireland final today!
Friday night at the Youth Club.
U14 & U16 girls
7:00pm – 8.30pm
U14, U 16 & Minors
All girls to be at the Pitch in the Meadow for 9.50. Training starts at 10am sharp.
A great turnout from all girls so early in the season!
U14, U16 and Minor girls started their outdoor training today ahead of their first games of the season: U16s – 3rd March, U14s – 9th March and Minors – 3rd April.
Brian Scullion put the girls through their paces with sprints and drills.
The girls put a lot of hard work in today and all are looking forward to a successful season ahead 🔴⚫️
Don’t forget we are still actively selling Draw Draw tickets. These are a huge help to our club as £96 of your money goes back into the club!
If this is something you would be interested in taking out please message this page or speak to any committee member.
Thanks to everyone how has already taken a Down Draw ticket. Your support is greatly appreciated!
🔴The past/present and the future!⚫️
Our two youngest members Ruby Parr & Niall Daly, pictured with their mothers Siobhan & Bronagh, our oldest member Annie Owens, 100 years young, born before the club was formed and our Club Presidents Francis & Patsy at the Centenary Exhibition today.
A wonderful photo to treasure for the club and all families concerned.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Exhibition today to browse through a very detailed 100 Years on all codes and activities.
We are indebted to those who provided valuable personal collections to put on display. A tremendous start to our Centenary Calendar of events. Special mention to Peter McGrath Jnr for coordinating this for us.