Athenry GAA Lotto Results


Winning numbers for Sunday June 23rd 2019 (Week 25) were 4,12,29 & 31.
There were four match three winners, Tommy Madden, Chris Laffey, Niamh & Ailish Burke, Hugh Grehan.
The lucky dips were Bridie Burke & Noel Killeen.
The sellers prize went to C & C car and tractor spares.
The next  draw will be held on Sunday June 30th 2019 in The Square Inn for a Jackpot of €15,000.00.


Latest GAA News 2018

Juvenile Club General Meeting Dec 5th 2018

Attendees: Peter Kelly, Gearoid Harty, Billy Caulfield, John Cloonan, Brendan Madden, Paul Hardiman, Vincent Madden, Robert Ruane, Peter Atkins, Gerry Mannion, Jackie Haverty, Peter Haverty, Gerald Corbett, Gerry Treacy, Tom Burke, Declan McGlynn, Pat O’ Donohue, Philip McCann, Ignatius O Brien, Tom Burke, Domnic Dillon, Eamon Daly, David Donohue, Paul Donohue, Declan Higgins, Damian Fitzpatrick, Hubert Conway, Garry Hession, Senan Coffey, Kieran Coffey, Andrew Lawless, Tony Collins, Brian Farrell, Fionnuala Kelly, Henry Lavelle, Joe Kelly, Tom Cloonan, Bernie Burke, Mike Quinn, Kieran Flannery, Frank Flannery, Johnny Rooney, Tommy Morrissey, Michael Gibbons, Brendan Burke, Pearse Mullhall, Hugh Kelly, Bernard Ryan, Aidan Poinard, Paul Murphy, Gerry Keane, Irene Judge, Martina Feeney, Barry Doyle, Orla Hickey, Bosco Dooley.
Apologies: Mick Crimmins and Jarlath Cloonan.
Juvenile Chairman Robert Ruane opened the meeting welcomed everybody and asked for a minute silence for all those who passed away in 2018.
The minutes of the 2017 AGM were taken as read. The secretary’s report was taken as read. The treasurer’s report was taken as read.
Chairman Robert Ruane then made his address. He thanked all the parents and the coaches for their support in what was a difficult year. He said that going forward we would be a strong club. He stressed the need to have all the players registered and thanked Tom Carr and John Cloonan for their work in registering all members of the club. Unregistered players are not insured and therefore not allowed train or play. He thanked all the team managers and coaches for all their work throughout the year and for completing all the necessary coaching courses. He thanked Brendan Keogh of Practical Finance for sponsoring the Féile gear for the u14 hurlers and said it was a pity they did not get to play in the National Féile. He thanked Brian Sweeney for his generous sponsorship of a trip to Croke Park and also thanked club sponsor Pat Joyce. He also thanked the weekly lotto sellers who keep the club going and the businesses who sell the lotto and asked everyone to support them.
He congratulated all the juvenile teams who won Cups and Shields in football and hurling. He said the U16 hurlers were unlucky and just came up short in the u16A final after winning all their other matches. He congratulated all the lads who represented Athenry on the various county football and hurling teams. He congratulated Eddie Brady and Brian Hanley on their involvement with Galway County teams who kept a high profile for the club. He sympathised with Brian on the recent loss of his mother Noreen, a great club person. He congratulated the Presentation College Athenry on their recent All Ireland Junior Hurling victory. He praised Oisin Fox who represented the club on this year’s county minor football team and Matthew Treacy who represented the club on the county u20 football team. He also praised Eoin Lawless, Patrick Rabbitte and Shane Quirke who won an All Ireland Minor Hurling medal this year. He thanked the senior club; namely Sean Keane and Caroline McLoughlin for all their work and dedication and also the current club executive. He thanked all the primary schools in the parish for promoting our games. He thanked James Langan for his very professional service as a medic to various teams. He thanked our club delegates Brendan Burke and Peter Kelly and thanked Peter for also his continued involvement in Coiste Iomana na nÓg. He thanked Jackie Haverty for her professional work as club treasurer. He thanked John Cloonan for his 9 years as club secretary and over 12 years of involvement with the club. He thanked all the club executive for all their work and the parents of the juvenile members for their assistance throughout the year. He wished everyone a Happy Christmas and wished for a good year ahead for all.

The election of 2019 officers was as follows: Chairman: Brendan Madden, Treasurer: Jackie Haverty; Secretary: TBC; Vice Chairman: Frank Flannery;
The election of managers for 2019 was as follows:

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Senior club Chairman Billy Caulfield spoke and thanked everyone involved with the juvenile club; the coaches, managers and parents. He encouraged everyone to get involved and to ask themselves ‘Where can I help out?’ He said we needed to be all of the same mindset and buy into the same ethos/standard set by the coaches and leaders. He thanked everyone in the past for their work and going forward would like to see kids developing and playing games.
Outgoing Juvenile Secretary John Cloonan spoke and thanked the current and previous club chairmen, treasurers and the coaches he worked with over the years. He said it was an honour to be involved with the club and enjoyed many a great day. He wished the club every success in the future.
There was a presentation from the Juvenile Club to John in recognition of his contribution the Juvenile Club over the past decade.
Senior Club Treasurer Gearoid Harty gave an exciting presentation showing plans for the future development and expansion of the club at Carnaun. He encouraged people to get involved and said there was a role for everyone.
Chairman Robert thanked Gearoid for the presentation and said the future was bright for the club with plans like this and with so many promising lads coming through the juvenile club in both codes. He encouraged everyone to pull in the same direction and do a small bit. He welcomed any new people to the parish and encouraged them to get involved and get in touch with any club officer, as we are a welcoming and open club. He then closed the meeting by thanking all for their attendance, wished all a Happy Christmas and encouraged all to attend the Senior Club AGM.


Under 16 Fooball Shield Winners 2018

athenry under 13 a shield winners

County Under 13 A Hurling Shield Winners
Back Row: Dara McGillicuddy, Kevin Briggs, Senan Treacy, Daniel Langan, Dylan Quirke, Ethan O Brien, Ruairí Keogh (captain), Stephen Kelly, Cathal Lally, Conor Lawless, Jack Freeney, James Diveney Front Row: Cian MacCullagh, Stephen Feeney, Jack Dillon, Matthew Fitzgerald, Regan Keaveney, Shane Costello, Aidan Hickey, Darragh Redmond, Aaron Daly.

Medal Presentation 2017

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