Rhode club notes

August 10, 2020

In response to the updated public health advice which has been announced specifically for counties Kildare, Offaly and Laois – the GAA, An Cumann Camogíochta and the LGFA have announced a cessation of all activity in these counties at all levels and in all codes until further notice.

This suspension on activities covers all collective training, matches, in-person meetings and camps.

GAA grounds and facilities in the affected counties should remain closed until further notice.

The position will be reviewed by our Gaelic games Covid-19 advisory group , after which further advice will be issued to clubs in the affected counties.

Please See Rhode GAA Social media pages for Updates on all GAA advice as it could change.

 

 

We Are Here To Help !!

 

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No Shame in needing help when you are in need of it. 

 

Members of Rhode GAA committee and club members/supporters are available to help out in collecting groceries or prescriptions from the chemist and shops for the eldery and vulnerable of the parish:

 

Tracey Murphy 0872264435

 

Patricia McManus 0876439380

 

Michael Fleming 0860830673

 

Stephen Darby. 0868452132

 

Siobhan Scally  0871416115

 

Paul McNamee 0852101826

 

Debbie Gowran 0851391386

 

Rory Swaine 0871131113

 

Club Person of Contact Eoghan Hickey 0879481249

 

Feel free also to message this page or any other issues or messages that need to be passed on you can contact me PRO Robert Kellaghan 0876452964

 

Offaly Covid-19  Community Response Forum

 FREEPHONE number is 1800 81 81 81 or email [email protected] 

 

Lines open 8am to 8pm 7 days a week 

#CommunityCall #Offaly

 

  Please See our Social Media pages on Facebook and Twitter for updates on club activities during the Covid-19 Crisis: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

200 Club Draw 

 

We are continuing with our Rhode GAA Supporters Draw to Aid our Planned Development for our Grounds . Entering this draw will provide you with the chance to win 1st prize €1000 & 5 chances to win €250 in each draw and there are 5 draws taking place throughout the year. That’s a total of 30 chances to win over the year. The Draws will be held on the following dates while adhering to the strict HSE/Government and GAA Guidelines:


The 2nd Draw took place on August 4th

while further 3 draws will take place on the following Dates:

 

 

• 24th August

• 24th October 

• 19th December

 

 

 Results

 

 

€1000 Sean Darby

 

€250 John & Glenda Murphy

 

€250 Jimmy's Take Away

 

€250 Jonathon & Melissa Geraghty

 

€250 Liam Swaine

 

€250 Sean & Mary Jones

 

 

Many Thanks to all who sold or purchased tickets for our Supporter's Draw.  

 

 

Offaly GAA Cul Camps

The annual Rhode GAA Cul Camp will commence in Fr Dowling Park on Monday 24th  of August  to Friday 28th of August . The camp will start each day at 10am and ends at 2.00pm. It is a wonderful experience to   meet new friends and to practice the skills of our native games. The camp in Rhode is recognised as a top class camp. Due to covid-19 there will be NO walk ups accepted. Please Book Online  Or see our social media pages for link

https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/?utm_source=website&utm_medium=findcamps&utm_campaign=culcamps2020&utm_content=findcamp_herocard&county=Offaly


 

 

 

Lotto

 

The Rhode GAA Lotto Jackpot is €13,400 and it took place on the 4th of August while adhering to strict guidelines 

The numbers drawn out were 3 11 22 24

There were five match three winner who won €40 each. 

Jessie Kellaghan

Paddy Mulligan

Anne Lenehan

Noel Glennon

Cathy Kearney

The lotto can be played online before 12 Noon on the date of Draw see the Rhode GAA Website / Facebook / Twitter Or Contact your usual ticket sell for details Draw Will take place every Monday Night and will be live on Facebook around 8:30pm.  

 

Stay Safe 

 

We hope all in our community are keeping safe and well. We urge you all to play your part in this war against the invisible virus. Please observe social distancing advice and follow guidance from government, HSE and reliable sources. There is much scaremongering and false information doing the rounds also, so be careful and use good judgement.  

Look after yourself, your family and your neighbors. Especially those who are at greater risk. If you or someone you know, needs some help with getting groceries or medication, speak to members of our club and we will do our best help out

 


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