Junior Championship Final
We play Castletown Finea Coole Whitehall in the Final of the Junior Championship on Saturday next. Throw in at TEG Cusack Park is at 12:00pm.
We wish all our players, mentors and back room team all the very best. We realise and are hugely proud of the amount of work, time and sacrifice that you have all put in all year in preparations for this day. Be assured that we will be there in strong voice supporting you on Saturday. Bunbrosnaí Abú.
A link for tickets is on our social media pages or you can contact email@example.com and Kenny will sort you out!
Colour the place Blue and White.
November is a busy month for Bunbrosna GAA club. Our footballers contest the County Final on Saturday and Bunbrosna Scór contest the All-Ireland final in Claremorris on November 20th. Let us all show our appreciation and delight by flying the Blue and White flags and bunting from our houses and our business premises.
To further encourage our decorating there will be a number of prizes for the best decorated properties in the area. It is also hoped to have a Poster and Window Display competition for our younger members.
Senior B Hurling Final
Well done to Cullion on winning the Senior B Hurling Championship on Saturday last.
Late Late Show
It was great to see our Astro Pitch and Club Sponsors lakelandkayaks.ie on The Late Late Show on Friday last. Well done Ray, Claire and all the team. We wish you every success with your venture.
Congratulations to Conor & Katherine Moran on the birth of baby girl Kate.
There was no Jackpot winner of Club Lotto on Sunday. Numbers drawn were 11, 18, 25 & 28. We had 4 lucky Match 3 winners - Jacinta Newman, Cathy Flynn, Emma McCormack & Alice Newman .Sellers Prize was won by - Paddy McCormack.
Next draw on Sunday 21st November. Jackpotnow stands at €8800. Thanks to all who support our Club Lotto.
Massive congratulations to the Clann Gaels senior team who have secured their place in the Junior Championship Final, following an incredible victory against Cill Óige. They now face Athlone in the final.
There was incredible heart and determination evident from the team's performance, with every single player influencing play. Down by five points at half-time, Clann Gaels rallied together and continued to work hard, eventually at the final whistle emerging on top by two points.Final score: Clann Gaels 0-14, Cill Óige 1-9.
Well done to Oisin Clarke who was part of the Mullingar Harriers U11 team that qualified for the All Ireland Cross Country Finals last Sunday morning.