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BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The club would like to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts, from all parts of the globe, GAA players, clubs, supporters and everyone else who kindly dug deep into their pockets and donated to help Shaun Hilmi on his journey back to full health over the past week. It was incredible to see the figure on his Go Fund Me page rapidly increase as donations flowed in and the total fund has exceeded their target by over €25,000. The kindness and generosity that people have shown to the Hilmi family has been both phenomenal and moving and once again we wish Shaun well on his journey to recovery.
Last Monday evening saw the very first draw of our revamped Community Lotto in the complex in MacDonagh Park. Present on the night were representatives of Friends of Nenagh Hospital who received a €500 donation from the club. Nenagh Special Olympics will be the next beneficiaries of our €500 gift to charities in our community. The draw was streamed live on our Facebook page and the video has since been viewed more than 600 times. The jackpot was not won and we are asking all of our players, members and supporters to please join our lotto online.
Upcoming Club Fixtures
Finally, after four months, we have a set of camogie and hurling fixtures for our players, members and supporters to look forward to. After being deprived of pretty much all sports since mid-March, people are excited at the prospect of live sport again and we have published our fixtures to our website. Please be aware that details are subject to change so please check our social media channels for any late changes.
Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw
The first draw for the new Tipperary GAA Clubs Draw will take place on Friday, 18th September and once again there are amazing prizes on offer including cars and prize money up to €25,000. Those who have previously entered the draw will have already received information regarding the new draw in the post and are asked to contact their promoters as soon as possible. If you would like to join the draw please contact any committee member.
Thank You Mary Jo
All of us in the club wish to thank Mary Jo O’Reilly for all of her hard work in recent weeks in ensuring we all have a safe place to train and play Gaelic games. Mary Jo is our Covid Officer and is doing sterling work at training each night and it would take a brave man to try and pass her without sanitizing!
The attached photograph shows our club chairman, John Tooher, presenting a cheque for €500 to the Friends of Nenagh Hospital. Left to Right: Josephine Mackey, John Tooher, Anne Ryan & Declan McGee