Clonkill Hurling club notes

January 25, 2021

Clonkill Hurling Club Notes 

Clonkill Hurling Club extends its deepest sympathy to the following families on their recent bereavements:

The Keena and Dolan Family Mullingar and Clonkill on the death of Barbara Keena  may she rest in peace. 

The Coleman Family UK and The Muldoon Families Clonkill and  Rhode on the death of Ron Coleman may he rest in peace.

The Molloy Family Mullingar and the Kearney Family Cloughan on the death of Michael (Mick)Kearney may he rest in peace.

The Devine Family Mullingar on the death of Eileen Devine may she rest in peace.


Our AGM was held via Zoom on 30th of December last.

Many thanks to Paula Nooney who organized this event and well done on our first Zoom AGM which went off without a hitch.

The Committee appointed is as follows:

Chairperson Ollie Scally

Vice Chairperson Jimmy Cribbin 

Secretary Declan Leonard 

Assistant Secretaries: Mary Farrell & Paula Nooney 

Treasurer: Kevin Muldoon

Assistant Treasurer Tommie Keegan 

Registrars: Paul Kellaghan and Derek McGrath

PRO Dee O’Reilly 

A new underage committee was appointed with Matt Shaw as Chairperson.

Christopher Scally took a step back from his role as Youth Officer this year.

We are delighted to say that Christopher is remaining involved with the committee, but would like to take this opportunity to thank him for his sterling service in this role as Youth Officer.

Walking Track

Our Walk Track is open, and the lights will be on every evening during the Autumn & Winter Months.

All members are welcome.  Please ensure to walk in an anti-clockwise direction and observe social distancing.

Dogs are not permitted on track.

If you wish to become a social member contact any member of the Clonkill Committee, Message us on Facebook or email to [email protected]


Lotto Results 

We would encourage all our members and supporters to support our lotto which is now available online. 

To play online – link below



No Jackpot Winner of €8450

No’s drawn 8,9,19,21

Match 3 Winners – Paula Folan, Martin Sheridan Catherine Feely, Hannah O’Toole & Ciaran Coffey


No Jackpot Winner of €8300

No’s drawn 1,15,18,25

No Match 3 Winners  

Draw Winners – Sarah Kiernan and Alison Fitzgerald



No Jackpot Winner of €8,150.00

No’s drawn 7,9,18,21 

 Match 3 Winners – Martin Sheridan Aidan Farrell, Mary Nooney 



No Jackpot Winner of €8,000.00

No’s drawn 4,16,17,22

 Match 3 Winners –Jimmy Cribbin 


No Jackpot Winner of €7,850.00

No’s drawn 11,18,21,28

 Match 3 Winners  –Jimmy Cribbin 


No Jackpot Winner of €7,700.00

No’s drawn 6,15,18,20

 Match 3 Winner  – Brendan Murtagh, Pat O’Toole, Billy Bell & (Tabby & Polly) 


Club Membership

Anyone wishing to renew their membership i.e.  Social member or regular member or player can now use the online service with Clubforce.

For anyone that is not in a position to use the online service.

Please contact any member of the committee who will facilitate the collection of membership in a safe and socially distance manner.


Clothes Collection

Our Clothes Collection is ongoing.  

Please drop up off any bags of Clothes to Club House.


Covid 19/Lockdown/Restrictions 

As we continue to deal with restrictions and lockdown measures, we would like to remind all members of our community we are still here to help. 

For anyone needing help or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us no matter what the request.  

You can contact us through messenger, WhatsApp tab on our Facebook page or call/Text phone 087 2150404 .

Please do not hesitate to contact us, we have so many volunteers within our club who are

only delighted to be of assistance to you.


Happy New Year 

We would like to wish each and everybody a very happy and healthy New Year (a little late I know).

In these strange times, when GAA pitches are closed and training, games are at a standstill, we are now more than ever aware of the struggles of people with lockdown.

If any of our members are in a position to check in on a vulnerable neighbour or maybe make a call to somebody struggling, it will be a good deed done.

Now more than every we need to play as a team but remain apart.


Irish Life Every Step Counts Challenge 

You may have seen the Clonkill Hurling Club have entered the Irish Life Every Step Counts Challenge.

The object is that the Club would walk 4,000 km before March the 3rd.

If we hit the target, we will be entered into draw with a chance of winning some prizes.

All you have to do is. 

Download the Mylife app


Select Challenge 

We would ask that people would not congregate in large crowds to walk and if using the track please adhere to the rules in place in Clonkill GAA Grounds – Walk in anti-clockwise Direction and observe Social Distancing.





If you have any messages of congratulations or votes of sympathy or match reports which you wish to have included in the club notes, please contact 087 933 7527 we will include them if possible. 

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