Burgess GAA Notes 21st March 2016

Senior hurling:  
Well done to our senior hurlers who defeated Mullinahone in the challenge cup at the weekend in a tough encounter in Kilcoleman. Three goals, two scored just before half time and one a few minutes after proved to be the difference on the day. Final score Burgess 3-13 Mullinahone 0-15. If you would like to read a short match report check out the club website. We will play the next round of this competition next weekend with further details to be confirmed. Check fixtures and the clubs social media for further details.

Junior A Hurling:
Our junior A hurlers start their league campaign away to Toomevara this Saturday, 25th March at 4pm. We wish the lads the best of luck in this years league and championship.
Minor Football:
Our minor footballers will kick off their north championship this Friday, March 25th away to neighbour Portroe at 4pm. This throw in time is subject to change so please keep and eye on the club’s social media for further details.
U12 football:
Our u12 were beaten narrowly in their opening football match of the year on Friday last in Kilcoleman against Toomevara.
Juvenile Flag Day:
Burgess Juvenile club are holding their annual flag day next Thursday (holy Thursday) in Nenagh. Volunteers are needed to help out. Please text the juvenile club phone with a time that suits you. We will be collecting from 9am to 5.30pm This is a very important fundraiser for the juvenile club. We ask that you will be generous with your time and spare an hour or two to help out with this flag day. Thank you in advance
Club lotto:
There was no winner of last Monday nights club lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 10, 12, 15 & 21. 3 x €40 winners were Paddy Carroll Carrigatoher, Jane O’Connor Portroe & Sheena Howard Newtown. Sellers prize Gemma Flynn. This weeks draw was in Barry’s for a Jackpot of €6,600.
Table Quiz:
We will be hold a table quiz in Barry’s on Friday April 1st (no joke) in aid of Ronald MacDonald House and the cardiac unit crumlin children’s hospital. This night is being held in lieu of our cancelled St Stephens day match. It’s a fantastic cause and we look forward to your support. 
We would like to extend our condolences to the family and friends of former Burgess hurler Pat Slattery, Ballywilliam, who sadly passed away recently. May he rest in peace.


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