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Club News 14/1/18

posted 14 Jan 2018, 15:40 by Laune Rangers   [ updated 15 Jan 2018, 03:40 ]
LOTTO: Lotto Results for Saturday 14th January 2018. There was no winner of the €20,000 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 05 – 17 – 27 – 31. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Frances Browne - sold by Margaret Browne; €50 James Brosnan - sold by Joan O'Shea; €25 Bridget Howe - sold at CYMS; €25 Mary O'Shea - sold by Margaret Galvin. Next week’s Lotto Jackpot will be €20,000. We appreciate your continued support of our Club Lotto. Tickets are available throughout Killorglin or can be bought ONLINE NOW. Our Lotto jackpot can not be greater that €20,000 as per the club’s lotto licence. Each week that the lotto is not won, €200 will be added instead to the next lotto starting jackpot after the €20,000 jackpot is won. Therefore, once the €20,000 Jackpot is won, the new jackpot will not drop to €2,000, but will have an additional €200 in the new jackpot for all the weeks the €20,000 was not won. 

AGM: The Annual General Meeting of Laune Rangers GAA Club took place on Saturday evening at JP O’Sullivan Park. Following nomination by the Club Executive, Barth Moriarty was elected to the role of Club President, succeeding the late Johnny Galvin who was remembered on the night. Following his election, Barth spoke of being taken aback when informed of his nomination & the honour he felt in assuming the position of President of our great club. After three years of service, Lisa Brennan stepped down as Secretary of the Club, but with no nomination received in time for the AGM, the position remains unfilled and this will have to be addressed in the immediate future. If it cannot be filled, an EGM will have to be called to address the issue. Pat O’Shea replaced Declan Falvey in position of registrar, while a motion to the AGM saw the position of Chairperson of Lotto sub-committee added to the Club Executive, with the appointment of this Chairperson to be confirmed and ratified at a later date. See the Laune Rangers Club Executive for 2018 here

SENIOR: The Laune Rangers Senior Team’s schedule for the opening few months of the season is beginning to take shape. The Mid Kerry Senior League gets underway with an away trip to Beaufort on Sunday February 18th at 2pm, with games in consecutive Sundays against Keel and Cromane before the County League Division Three begins on March 11th at home to Annascaul. 

UNDER 21: The 2018 season gets underway in a few short weeks as the Mid Kerry Under 21 Championship begins. Laune Rangers host Keel/Listry on Sunday, January 28th at 11:30am.

LADIES: Laune Rangers Ladies are on the lookout for anyone that would like to get involved in training teams or at administrative level for 2018. With growing numbers at Under 6, Under 8 and Under 8 level, there is always a need for coaches at this level. If interested, contact or

YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU: Planning for 2018 has already begun. Laune Rangers always welcome our members to get involved in the club, especially in the area of Finance & Fundraising. If any member is interested in helping out in any way within the club, email

REFEREES WANTED: Laune Rangers are currently looking to recruit referees to represent the club. New referees will be trained up and begin their whistle-holding career at Under 12 level in local competition. If interested in becoming a referee, contact our Bord na nÓg Secretary Paudie Lynch on 086 225 3663 or email

THANKS: In the past week, the Club received a nice message from club great Noel Lucey - brother of the recently deceased Paul - for all Laune Rangers and people of Killorglin. It read: “Paul Lucey RIP. Noel Lucey and family would like to send a big thank you to Laune Rangers G.A.A Club and people of Killorglin for the lovely Guard of honour for Paul’s funeral in Milltown over Christmas. We really appreciate the turn out. A fitting send off for a well loved man. Noel and family.”

CONDOLENCES: Laune Rangers send our deepest condolences to the family of Christy Clifford – husband of our Scór Officer Mary and father of Underage coach Fergus - who passed away last week. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a Anam.