January 10, 2018
East Kerry honours for Cian and James
January 24, 2018
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Well done to Scor Quiz team

Our club lotto hit a record high of €19000 on January 2nd and it was shared between James Box Cronin and Patsy Dineen.The numbers of 2,3,10,12 were both ironically picked by the winners based on their kids birthdays.Both were fitting winners as James is a very active seller of the lotto in the Speakeasy Bar and Patsy is originally McNiece from Fairhill, a family steeped in the club.Our lotto is a vital backbone for the running of the club and our recent run will aid greatly in the progress and funding of our club.As a mark of appreciation for all those who played the Lotto we have started our new jackpot at the enhanced figure of €5000.That draw takes place Sunday January 7th and if not won we will increase the jackpot by €300 each week.Many thanks also to all the outlets and members who continue to sell our lotto.

Lotto Draw Sunday January 7th
Numbers were 8,10,25,28.
No winner
5 x €50
1.Tom Lucey, Muckross Rd.2.Pa Muthill, Muckross. 3.Sean Walsh,Loreto Road.4.Sam Hegarty c/o Justin.5.Deege O Sullivan c/o Holiday Inn
Next week’s draw Sunday 14th January in Murphys Bar 9pm, Jackpot €5300

Well done to our Scor quiz team of Eoghan O Sullivan,Owen Benson,Orlaith O Connor and Rebecca Walshe who competed in the County final recently in Austin Stack Park.There was an entry of 7 club’s so it was a great by our Scor division to be represented.
Their coach was Tony Trant and  coordinated as usual by our efficient  Scor officer Carolann Spellman.
Well done to all.
Congratulations to Cian Gammell and James O Donoghue who are in the last 24 in the running for an East Kerry All Star.The All Star team and Player of the Year awards are to be named at a gala function in the Gleneagle Hotel this Friday January 12th.All thanks to the Kerryman Newspaper,Aquila Club and East Kerry Board.
Many thanks to all our sponsors and supporters who recently supported our Golf Classic.The Golf Classic would not be possible without the direction of our Head of Corporate sponsorship Sean Murphy and his henchwoman Marian O Connor.They have put in place a template in the club which is most beneficial for not only us but also as a liason to our numerous and generous sponsors. Without this contribution the club would find it most difficult to progress.