LOTTO: Lotto results for Sunday 7th February. There was no winner of the €8,000 jackpot. The numbers drawn were 16 – 17 – 23 – 30. The Consolation Prizes were won by the following: €100 Daniel Diggin, sold by Pat Foley; €50 Christine Healy, standing order. Credit Union Vouchers €25: Tadgh Moriarty, sold by Pat Pigott; Lar Joe McKenna, sold by Pat Foley. Next week’s jackpot is €8,400.
SGM: A Special General Meeting of Laune Rangers GAA Club was held on Friday last in the clubrooms at JP O’Sullivan Park. A good attendance provided a frank discussion over a number of topics, and we would like to thank all who made the effort to attend.
STRICTLY DANCERS WANTED: Laune Rangers will again be running our very popular fundraiser ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ in late Spring. This will be the third time we run this particular event, and always proves to be highly enjoyable, especially for the participating dancers! If you would be interested in taking part in the event – learning to dance and making lifelong friends in the process – please advise Finance Chairman Ger Counihan in Bunkers, contact Secretary Lisa Brennan on 0879788003, or email PRO Aidan Clifford on firstname.lastname@example.org.
UNDER 21: Laune Rangers defeated an amalgated side of Cromane & Glenbeigh/Glencar in Cromane on Sunday in the Mid Kerry U21 Semi Final. Final Score: Cromane/Glenbeigh/Glencar 0-4, Laune Rangers 0-12. They will play the winners of Milltown/Castlemaine & Beaufort in the Final. Read the full match Report here
SENIOR: Laune Rangers Seniors begin their 2016 season with a Mid Kerry League fixture at home versus Keel on Sunday next, February 14th at 2pm. The County Senior Football League fixtures have been announced, and Laune Rangers will begin at home against An Ghaeltacht in Round One on March 20th. The draw for the 1st Round of the Intermediate Club Championship has also taken place & again, Laune Rangers will host An Ghaeltacht. Round One of the Club Championship takes place on the weekend of April 17th.
CONGRATS: Huge congratulations to both Templenoe and St Marys on their respective All Ireland wins on Saturday.