TONIGHT’S LOTTO NUMBERS
Next week’s jackpot £3,500.
Could all tickets for next week’s draw please be returned by 8:30pm for draw to take place at that time.
In light of the current pandemic, St. Bronagh’s GAA will act as a support mechanism where it can for the vulnerable in our community. Support information contained in the graphic. Please share with those who may need it as we are aware that not all those who are vulnerable use social media.
If any club member is willing and able to help with this support, please also contact the number below.
St. Bronagh’s GAA Management Committee.
Sunday 15th March
U16 Ladies Rostrevor v Kilcoo – 12.30pm
Coaches & Parents please be reminded of current club policy for training and matches:
1) Players to bring their own water bottles to training & matches, clearly marked or identified to the individual and to only be used by themselves. Communal water bottles will not be used by club teams for the foreseeable future.
2) Any player feeling unwell should not attend training until they are clear of any flu or cold like symptoms and back to full health.
These small measures are simple ways of helping to prevent the spread of germs.
Photo | Louis McNally
Sat 7th March – ACPRL Castlewellan v Rostrevor @ 4.15pm
Sun 8th March – U16 Girls Burren v Rostrevor 12.30pm
🔴Fixtures w/c 24th February⚫️
Sat 29th Feb
Down GAA All County Premier Reserve Football League (Section 2), Venue: Liatroim, Liatroim V Rostrevor 16:00
The first five lessons were completed today and the lessons will continue as planned.
However, with Saint Patrick’s Day in the middle of it, the dates for the five classes are as listed below. March 2nd, 9th, 23rd, 30th and April 6th.
If you want your child to continue, just turn up as normal next Monday with £5.00 for the classes.
The fixtures have been released for the Senior and ACPRL leagues. The Red’s first round of fixtures are as below. We begin the year with a home game against Clonduff followed quickly by an away match against our neighbours Cumann Pheadair Naofa.
Congratulations to Aimee and Shane and Christina and Aidan in winning their respective Finals in the Father Daughter competition. The atmosphere in the Club was somewhat more competitive than the previous week and all the teams did themselves proud. Training will begin this week for any mothers who wish to take part in the Mother and Daughter competition, probably around the middle of March, which will round off the year’s Handball.
Tin Whistle Class will continue on Monday 10th Feb in the Club rooms from 5.00 until 5.30. All places are now full but if you have a child who wants to learn, leave you name in. If there are enough children, we can see about running another class.