Athenry GAA Super Lotto Current Jackpot €15,000

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       Winning numbers for Sunday September 8th 2019 (week 36) were 21,24,25 & 27.
       There were no match three winners.
       The lucky dips were Liz Gill & Pater Haverty.
       The sellers prize went to Kathleen Bane.
       The next draw will be held on Sunday September 15th 2019 in The Field's Bar for a Jackpot of €15,000.00.


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Congratulations to the Club's Under 12 B Team who won the Division 7 Cup defeating Craughwell by 5-6 to 2-2.

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Hard luck to our Under 13 A Hurling Team that lost the County Final to Clarinbridge by 2-10 to 2-6

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St. Mary’s GAA Club Golf AM AM Winners 2019
Prizes - 1st: Enda Connolly and Pat Kelly 95pts, 2nd. Liam Higgins, Greame Reidy, Keith Loughnane 93pts. 3rd. Liam Higgins, Jimmy Flaherty, Brendan Lynskey 90pts. 4th Michael Higgins, Norman Farrell, Owen Heaney 89pts. 5th. Mixie Donohue, Michael Duane, Conrad Byrnes 88pts. 6th. Walter McDonagh, Pat Kelly, Finbar Thomas 88pts. 7th Finnian Coone, Conor O’Dea, Ronan Shaughnessy 86pts. 8th. Johnny Higgins, Michael Higgins, Hugh Higgins 84pts. Ladies Prize: Nicola Burke, Ursule Morley, Bernie Poniard 79pts. Unofficial Prize: 1st. Michael Killilea, Pakie Flannery, Barry Kirwan 104pts. 2nd. Mickey Crimmins, Ray McCarthy, Niall Thomas 95pts. Nearest the Pin: Ladies Ursula Morley, Men Walter McDonagh. Longest Drive: Ladies Katherine Duane, Men Keith Loughnane.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all who played or sponsored the event. 

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The Senior Hurling Team had a six point win 4-13 to 2-13 over Ahascragh/Fohenagh at Loughrea to keep their Championship hopes on track.


Great Under 6 Hurling Blitz with Craughwell. Thanks to all the boys, their parents and coaches for a great effort. 

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Congratulations to the County Under 13 C1 Hurling Champions 

The Club is upgrading its facilities with three new pitches, a ballwall, and a walking path.

The Club recently received planning permission for two new grass pitches, and all weather astro-turf pitch, ballwall, walking path, and associated site works.

In May the County Council asked the Club to revise the positioning of the all weather pitch so that they were not on top of the percolation area and stormwater soakway for the approved dressing room building.

Only one submission was made to the council concerning this project from the Department of Culture, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht noting that the development is in close proximity to a historical ringfort.

The department said that “Given the scale, extent, and location of the proposed development it is possible that subsurface archaeological remains could be encountered during the construction phases that involve ground disturbance”.

It recommended that archaeological monitoring should take place during construction work at the club.

Galway county council granted planning permission with seven conditions attached, including a stipulation that the all weather pitch shall not be used an later than 10pm.

25th Anniversary County Senior Hurling Final 1994

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Playing with grit and determination against double All-Ireland club champions Sarsfields, Athenry raised their commitment to new heights to win the county senior hurling title at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe on the 30th of October. Coming so close on a number of occasions since their first victory, it was easy to see the relief and satisfaction among players and supporters when team captain Pat Higgins received the County Cup. Having enjoyed tremendous success at all under age levels during that period and a lot of talented young players coming through to the senior ranks winning the title had become the main objective of the club.

The team produced a superb team effort to dethrone Sarsfields who for the previous two years were unbeaten in club hurling. It was another wonderful day for the club and brought back memories of the unprecedented scenes of celebration that gripped the parish when P.J. Molloy and company won in 1987.

The winning Athenry team will be guests of honour at this year's County Hurling Final at Pearse Stadium




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