Bunbrosna GAA

Founded 1901

Co. Westmeath

Bunbrosna GAA Notes 1/01/23

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Club Lotto

Club Lotto will take place tomorrow at 12:00pm. Jackpot is €11,700. It can be done online by clicking on https://bunbrosnagaa.clubifyapp.com/products. Online entries must be in by 10:00am. Thank you to all who support our club lotto.


The Bunbrosna GAA AGM will take place on Sunday next, January 8th at 4:00pm in Tormey’s Pub. Please send nominations for Officers to our Secretary, Ken Conroy, in advance.

St. Stephen’s Day Fundraiser

Thanks to all who joined us on St. Stephen’s Day for our fundraiser for Lucy Thompson and Ciaràn Kilmurray. We raised an incredible €1700 for two very worthy causes.

Ciarán Kilmurray is seven years old and is currently being treated for Cystic Fibrosis at Crumlin Children's Hospital.

Lucy Thompson is four years old girl from Mullingar Co. Westmeath. Lucy was born in October 2018 and, during her first year of life, was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease called Zellweger syndrome.


Congratulations to Alan Maguire and Aisling Scriven who announced their engagement over the festive period. We wish you both a lifetime of health and happiness together.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all our members and supporters, at home and abroad! We wish you all the best for 2023.

Barry Donegan RIP

All at Bunbrosna GAA wish to offer our sincere condolences to the Donegan and Kelly families on the sad passing of Barry Donegan, Kilpatrick.

Barry was a tremendous character and will be fondly remembered by all who knew him. If you had the pleasure of being in Barry’s company you were sure to enjoy plenty of laughs and great stories.

Barry had a great ability to mix and interact with people of all ages. He had a renowned lightning sharp wit and was known to do a classic Clint Eastwood impression. Barry was also extremely knowledgeable on many topics, but especially when it came to machinery. He had a gifted understanding of farm machinery and there were few who could match him in this area. He was an ever present at Granard Mart and he will be very sadly missed by all who looked forward to seeing him there.

Barry was a hugely loved person as evidenced by the number of people who paid their respects to him over the last few days. Most people recalled their own humorous interactions with him but the common denominator in each story was with the great regard with which people held him in. He was a hugely popular character and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Barry will be very sadly missed by his aunts Eilish and Joan, cousins, extended family, neighbours and his many many friends and we offer our deepest sympathies to you all at this very sad time.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh sé.


All at Bunbrosna GAA wish to offer our sincere condolences to the Gilchrist and O’ Neill families on the sad passing of Rosie Gilchrist, Rathowen.

To her sons, Gerard and Joe and daughter Martina, sister Nanny Lyons, grand-daughter Melissa, grandsons Cian and Oisín, daughters-in-law Dearbhla and Geraldine, nieces and nephews, relatives and friends we offer you all our deepest sympathies at this sad time.

We also wish to offer our sincere condolences to the McDonnell and McKeogh families on the sad passing of Vera McDonnell, Mullingar.

To her children John, Margaret, Valerie and Ray, her adored grandchildren and great-grandchildren, relatives, extended family, neighbours and friends, we offer our deepest sympathies to you all at this sad time.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh síad.

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