No winner of Club Lotto on Sunday last. Numbers drawn were 10, 13, 20 & 24. 5 Match 3 were Avril Whitney, Alan Giblin, Emma McCormack, Paddy Hegarty Jnr & Aidan Martin. Sellers Prize went to John Casey. Next draw on Sunday 16th July. Jackpot will be €13,100.
We are very grateful for the ongoing contribution we receive towards our Lotto from Club members and supporters, far and wide, without which we would not be able to run our Club.
We play St. Joseph’s in Round 2 of the Junior Championship on Sunday next in Kinnegad. Throw in at 2:00pm. All support would be greatly appreciated.
We hosted our GAA Summer Camp again this year and were delighted to welcome almost 100 children to Bunbrosna over two days. We hope that all those who took part enjoyed the Camp and a big thank you and well done to all participants on their efforts and in particular for being such a pleasure to work with throughout. Well done all!!!
A huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped to make the camp such a success through their hard work and efforts. From our Camp Coaches and Assistant Coaches, our supervisors, traffic wardens, all involved in the planning, administration and organisation - well done and a sincere thank you to you all. Without your time and hard work the Camp would not have been possible!!
Inny Shamrocks were pipped at the final post by an exceptionally strong Erin's Own side from Kilkenny in the final of the U15 Féile competition in Ballyragget on Saturday.
Hard luck but very well done to the lads who recorded 4 wins out of 5 games and played fantastic football along the way. The four wins came against Lancashire, Barrow Rangers, Rockwell Rovers and St. Patrick’s, Wexford in the Semi Final. We're very proud of each and every one of you!
Our thanks and well done to the panel and to the management team of Paul Keena, John Mulligan, Ger Leslie and Shane Doran. Well done lads! We also wish to thank Ballynacargy GAA, Bunbrosna GAA, Ecolab, Mullingar and Gerard Keon from The Wagon Wheel Pub for their support and sponsorship of the lads throughout this campaign.
Bunbrosna were delighted to host a round of U8 and U10 girls Go Games blitzes this morning at the pitch!
We welcomed teams at both age groups from Shandonagh, Ballynacargy, C.F.C.W., Loughnavalley, Multyfarnham,and St.Joseph's. Well done to all teams who provided an outstanding exhibition of football throughout the morning. We hope all of the girls had lots of fun most importantly.
A special mention to our young Bunbrosna stars, who all did brilliantly today! We are very proud of all the girls for their fantastic performances. A massive thank you to everyone involved in the organisation and running of such a successful morning.
Thanks to our team of parking stewards,our young referees, our refreshment providers,our helpers, and blitz coordinators for all your help today.
Best of luck to Ray Ray Carolan, Bressie and friends as they continue ‘The Rising’ this week where they will Kayak the River Shannon for the next 7 days to raise funds for A Lust For Life Mental Health Programme for Schools. They conclude this challenge on Thursday. If you wish to donate you can click on the link below: https://gofund.me/3d668fb8
Congratulations from all at the Club to Martin and Aisling Tormey on the birth of their baby girl, Maisie, during the week. We are sure Grace and Charlotte will be the best big sisters to you. We wish the five of you a lifetime of health and happiness together.
We also offer our congratulations to Sean Walsh and Michelle Monaghan on the birth of their baby girl, Lily, earlier in the week. We wish the three of you all the very best of health and happiness for the future.
All at Bunbrosna GAA wish to offer our sincere condolences to the Moran and Feerick families on the sad passing of Richard Feerick, Multy.
To his wife Ann, his son Christopher, daughter Fiona, brothers Martin and Andrew, brothers in law, sisters in law, extended family and many friends, we offer our deepest sympathies to you all at this very sad time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh sé.