St Lomans club notes

January 20, 2020

Sing With the Saints:

St Loman’s Mullingar presents our “Sing with the Saints” Fundraiser. Attention all budding singers,
St Loman’s are looking for 100 singers to take part in our annual fundraiser in the Arts Centre on the 21st and the 22nd March.

Choir 1 will be made up of 40 of our under 10 and 12 players.
Choir 2 will be made up of 30 of Teenagers and finally our 3rd and 4th choir will be made up of Ladies and gents.
It promises to be a great night and we need volunteers for each Choir.
So if Mammy, Daddy, Granny, Granddad, or any of the players would like to take part please contact Alan Bracken on 087 9257346 or Andrew McKenna on 085 194 6998 for more information.

It promises to be a wonderful night!

Last Man Standing:

St Loman’s GAA are running a last Person standing competition for the National Football League.

How to play: Pick two teams to win each week. If your team wins in week 1, you continue to week 2 and so on. If your team loses you are out of the competition, your 14 teams must be picked in advance and the slip below returned with your €10 entry before Friday 24th Jan 2020. If there is more than one person left after week 7 they will be asked to pick a team in the league semi-finals and so on. The last person standing stands.

1. You CANNOT pick the same team twice
2. You CANNOT pick a team against London.

Cost of entry is €10. Contact any executive member if you’re interested in participating.

Club Lotto:

Draw Date: Thursday 16th January

Jackpot €10500
Jackpot winner Stephen Gallagher.

Congratulations Stephen!

Numbers drawn: 1, 2, 3, 4

Next Week’s Draw Date: Thursday 23rd January

Remember it could be you!


St Loman’s Mullingar wish to offer their condolences to the Finneran family following the passing of Ann Finneran (née Houlihan) - Grange South, Rathcolman, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. The Club also wishes to offer their condolences to the Rose family following the passing of Mark Rose - The Green, Petitswood Manor, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. 

Ar dheis dé go raibh a n-anamacha.



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