O’Connells lotto for Tuesday 11th May 2021.
Numbers: 15, 17, 18, 30.
No jackpot winner.
No match 3 winners.
Extra €200 added to jackpot.
Next jackpot €17,600.
Fixtures: Allianz Football League Division 4 North, Saturday 15/5/21, Louth v Antrim, Haggardstown, 3.00pm.
Lotto: You can now play our lotto online. Go to clubforce.com, enter O’Connells GFC in the find my club section, you will then see our club crest, click on that and you will be brought to our club page. From there you can register your details and play our lotto.
Louth: Best of luck to the Louth team and the new manager MickeyHeart as they play Antrim in Haggardstown in the first game of the Alliaz Football League divison four north on Satyrday. Louth’s Leinster Championship first round match with Offaly has been confirmed for Pairc Tailteann Navan on Sunday June 27th. The winners of the first round match between Wicklow and Wexford will have home advantage against Dublin, it will be the first time the Dub’s will play a Lenister Foootball Championship match an opponents home venue in 15 years since 2006, and about time too!
Wishes: Congratulations to one of our players Jackie Agnew who got engaged to his partner Shauna Cahill a couple of weeks ago, time to start looking for that new hat Briege. Also congratulation to one of overseas members Sinead (Cairns) Barber and husband Jordan on the birth of their baby girl Mia recently, a little sister for Eve, looks like the foreign department of IMS LTD is flourishing down under. Best wishes to all from O’Connells GFC.
GAAGO TV: The GAA has announced that all non-televised Allianz League games will be available live and on-demand via its GAAGO streaming platform at a cost of €5 per match. A joint venture between the GAA and RTÉ, the service will exclusively show games not selected for television coverage from all four divisions of the Allianz Football League plus divisions 1A and 1B in hurling and will include full commentary from Marty Morrissey, Darragh Maloney and Ger Canning. GAAGO’s live coverage will begin next weekend with 14 matches. Among the first matches to be shown on the platform are Mayo's Division 2 opener against v Down and the hurling clashes featuring Clare v Wexford and Kilkenny v Antrim. Individual league games can be bought for €5, or a catch-all pass, which is available to buy from Wednesday 12 May, is priced at €25 and will provide access to all of them.
Planner: Louth CCC released its fixture planner recently and here are a few of the start dates on it. Paddy Sheelan Cup round 1 Monday 7/6/21, round 2 Thursday 10/6/21, round 3 Sunday 13/6/21. The division 2 league will start on Sunday 20/6/21 away to Dundalk Young Irelands, divisions 4,5,6 will start on Tuesday 15/6/21. The Louth Club Championships round 1 will commence on the weekend Friday 10/9/21 with the final of the junior championship on 23/10/21 and the intermediate on 24/10/21. The senior final is pencilled in for Sunday 31/10/21. All fixtures are subject to change.
Cúl Camp: The O’Connells Cúl Camp will take place from Monday 19th July to Friday 23rd July; places are limited due to Covid and a number of camps in the county have already sold out due to the limited places. Booking is online at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie. For further details contact camp supervisor David Dunne 087- 1378872.