O’Connells lotto for Tuesday 13th October 2020.
Numbers: 2, 7, 12, 20.
No jackpot winner.
1 match 3 winner receives €200.
Next jackpot €14,000.
O’Connells lotto now available online at clubforce.com.
Fixtures: Leinster Minor Football Championship, Saturday 17/10/20, Louth v Wexford, Darver, 2.00pm: Allianz Football League Division 3, Saturday 17/10/20, Cork v Louth, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 4.00pm.
Wedding: Congratulations to one of our players Cillian Branigan who got married to Sarah Moore from Sutton last Sunday week and celebrated in the Virginia Park Hotel Cavan. We wish the happy couple well and all the best for the future from all at O’Connells GFC.
Leagues: The 2020 inter-county season will return next weekend with a bumper line-up of live television from the Allianz Football Leagues and All-Ireland U20FC semi-finals. The televised fixtures on Saturday and Sunday will throw-in at different times so they can all be watched. TG4 will air five matches across both days and RTÉ and Eir Sport are covering one each. Below are the fixtures that are live next weekend. If your county's clash is not being shown don’t worry because you can stream all non-televised Allianz League matches on GAAGO whether you're at home or abroad.
Saturday 17 October: TG4, 1.30pm: GAA Beo, Dublin v Tyrone, All-Ireland U20FC semi-final (Throw-in 2pm). TG4, 3.40pm: GAA Beo, Galway v Kerry, All-Ireland U20FC semi-final (Throw-in 4pm). RTÉ2, 5.15pm: Saturday GAA Live, Armagh v Roscommon, Allianz FL Division 2 (Throw-in 5.30pm). eir Sport1, 6.30pm, Dublin v Meath, Allianz FL Division 1 (Throw-in 7pm).
Sunday 18 October: TG4, 1.30pm: GAA Beo, Galway v Mayo, Allianz FL Division 1 (Throw-in 2pm). TG4, 3.45pm: GAA Beo, Donegal v Tyrone, Allianz FL Division 1 (Throw-in 4pm). TG4, 5.40pm: GAA Beo, Kildare v Cavan, Allianz FL Division 2 (Deferred). RTÉ2, 9.30pm: Allianz League Sunday Highlights and analysis from the Allianz Leagues with presenter Joanne Cantwell.
Live: GAAGO will exclusively stream up to 23 games from the upcoming return of Allianz League action, it has been announced. Previously available outside of Ireland only, the service will for the first time allow GAA fans at home to stream inter-county GAA games live or on demand in 1080p HD. Sign-up is via the GAAGO.ie website or the GAAGO iOS and Android apps. Pay-per game access will be priced at €5, with county boards facilitating a free access scheme for hospitals and care homes. Coverage will be produced by RTÉ Sport and Nemeton TV, with Marty Morrissey, Ger Canning and John Kenny among the commentators. Louths two remaining fixtures will be covered by this service.
Draw: Wee County Double House draw is still on and will now take place on 4th April 2021 Tickets are available from any O’Connells committee member or online from www.pickahouse.ie.