Club Notes
Mon 1st Oct 2018


Lotto numbers for Monday 24th September were 4, 5, 20, 28. No Jackpot winner and one match three winner winning £100, Caoimhe Corrigan.This weeks Jackpot is £3150.


Friends of Rock big draw will take place on Friday 30th November 2018 in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown. Just 9 weeks to go! There is £15,000 prize money with a top prize of £10,000. 2nd prize of £3,000. 3rd prize of £1,000. 4 prizes of £500 and 5 prizes of £100. And some lucky people will win this in time for Christmas! All proceeds from the draw will go towards the development of our new community hub. And for the 1st time in our history Rock St Patricks GAC and Rock Ladies GFC will jointly host their player of the year awards. It is sure to be a great night and we look forward to seeing you all there. Further details will be announced in due course. A small team of ticket sellers will be visiting every house in the Rock area at the beginning of October selling tickets for our big draw which will take place in November. Ticket prices as follows; 1 ticket £20, 3 tickets £40, Book of 8 tickets £100, 6 books of 8 tickets £500, 15 books of 8 tickets £1000. We realise that people have been very generous already with donations and direct debit pledges but one last push before the draw finishes will make a massive difference in financing the building of the hub. We ask you to please give what you can.


Our U16's play Killeeshil in the quarter final of the championship, date and time to be confirmed. We wish a speedy recovery to U16 players Ethan Bloomer and Senan Devlin who suffered injuries recently.


The Rock over 35's squad are currently organising a charity match to be played over two legs on Sunday 7th October @ 4pm & Saturday 20th October @ 5pm. Two teams, Team Foyle & Team Shannon, have been training heavily and will line out against each other with their aggregate score over the two legs deciding the winner. A presentation night will take place in the clubrooms following the second leg on Saturday 20th October with all donations from over the two games going to charity. More details on this later.


Pádraig Mullan & Conor Moore were in to Croke Park on Sunday to take part in a Guinness World Record attempt at the largest ever training session.Clubs from all over the country were represented as part of the GAA Museums 20th anniversary events.Well done to Pádraig & Conor who represented An Charraig Naomh Pádraig.


Anyone looking to place an order for club kit for Christmas we will be taking orders in the club on Tuesday 2nd October between 7-7.30pm. All orders must be paid in full at the time of ordering. Final order date is Tuesday 2nd October to guarantee return for Christmas. Any queries please contact Aislinn Carroll.

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