Notes as of 14th Jan 2018
Ireland Lights Up with the GAA is a national initiative to improve the health of the country through GAA clubs and communities across Ireland.
Date for your diary! On the 24th of February, we will be holding our Annual Table Quiz and Awards night in the Drake Inn in Castletown.
The Lotto numbers for Monday January 8th 2018 were 3, 11, 15, 25. There was no Jackpot winner.
Our upcoming talk on 'Minding Our Mental Health' Thursday 18th January @ 8pm in The Grand Hotel promises to be a well attended and informative event
An independent evaluation by the Centre for Health Behaviour Research, Waterford IT, has revealed that the GAA Healthy Club Project (HCP) is showing significant and lasting improvements to the health of communities across Ireland.
Bernard Flynn thinks it's crazy to bring Meath and Westmeath to Portlaoise for next Sunday's O'Byrne Cup final.
"Cork had a young side out but any time you beat Cork you will take it and a lot of them lads won Fitzgibbon medals last year."
Our AGM takes place next Friday night 19th of January in the clubhouse at 8pm.
The club are delighted to announce that our senior team will be taking part in the Annual Paidi O'Shea Tournament in Dingle on the 17th and 18th of February this year
We would like to wish all club members the best for 2018 and thank all for their hard work during 2017.
A large contingent of supporters made the long journey to the Wexford Opera House on Sunday to cheer on our two club representatives, Jemma Seery and Shane Kin
There were no jackpot or 'match three' winners in this week's lotto draw. Next week's jackpot will be €3,000.
Westmeath are through to their first O'Byrne Cup final in 13 years after a strong first half performance laid the foundations for a two-point victory over Offaly at TEG Cusack Park.
As we approach the business end of the pre-season competitions, a number of key matches proceeded this afternoon in both codes.
It's the end of an era for our club with the news that Keith Gorry is going to finish his playing career with St. Mary's, Rochfortbridge.
Westmeath has yet to decide on whether to accept proposals to change its age grades for 2018.
Westmeath boss Colin Kelly has stuck with same starting 15 which defeated Laois for Sunday's O'Byrne Cup semi-final against Offaly.
The 2018 season is likely to be one of the most momentous in the GAA's history and Westmeath club Mullingar Shamrocks are On the Ball to prepare GAA people for what's in store.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan is adamant that they have to get off to a good start in the NHL Division 2A campaign.
Offaly manager Stephen Wallace has revealed his starting 15 for Sunday's O'Byrne Cup semi-final against Westmeath in Mullingar.
Clonkill Hurling Club extends its deepest sympathy to the following families on their recent bereavements:
Westmeath manager Colin Kelly is keen for his side to adapt a winning mentality.
Bingo continues every Friday at 8.30, come along and bring a friend for an enjoyable night's entertainment.
Teams up and down the country are blowing away the cobwebs in advance of the Allianz football leagues. Check out our football team of the week…
With the start of the Allianz HLs looming over the horizon, teams are beginning to crank up their preparations. Here is our hurling team of the week...
Leinster GAA have confirmed the fixture details for the upcoming O'Byrne and Walsh Cup semi-finals.
Tickets for our On the Ball night of GAA Craic and serious GAA discussion are selling fast.
There were lots of disgruntled fans yesterday after some games were called off at the last minute due to frozen pitches…
As part of the Healthy Club Project launched by the GAA, Moate All Whites presents a talk on 'Minding Our Mental Health' on Thursday 18th January @ 8pm in The Grand Hotel.
"You'd think that by 11.0 this morning you'd know if it was playable or not before people left home."
There was no jackpot winner in this week's draw.
Well done to all involved in the Christmas Concert that took place last Thursday night in hall in aid of Rosemount Community. A great nights entertainment was had.
The lotto draw numbers from Tuesday 2nd of January were 13, 22, 28 and 30.
We want to wish all our members a very happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year.
Please support our Club Lotto as this supports the day to day costs of running the club.
Our annual meeting was postponed as a mark of respect to the late Joe Scally.
The Lotto numbers for Tuesday January 2nd 2018 were 17, 22, 23, 29.