Lotto Results May 16th

There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot on Monday night 16th May, with the Jackpot standing at a bumper €16450. The numbers drawn were 2,9,11,23. The €25 prize winners were:Alan O’Donovan, Coole EastLisa Foley, C/O Shop,Alan Murphy, Knockboy. Next weeks jackpot will be a bumper €16600 and the draw will take place on Monday night, 23rd May! it has never been easier to support the club by playing the lotto online via  https://bit.ly/CarraignabhFear. Lotto tickets are also available locally in the Arches, Drummonds Shop, Carraig Pharmacy, the Post office or from the lotto committee. Annual subscription of €100 available. Don’t miss out! Thanks once again to all our Lotto players for your continued support, without which we would not be able to invest in the future of our...

Lotto Results 25th April

There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot on Monday night 25th April, with the Jackpot standing at a bumper €16000. The numbers drawn were 9,12,19,30. The €25 prize winners were:Marie Cashman,Noel Finneran,Paul Sherlock. Next weeks jackpot will be a bumper €16150 and the draw will take place on Tuesday night, 2nd May! it has never been easier to support the club by playing the lotto online via  https://bit.ly/CarraignabhFear. Lotto tickets are also available locally in the Arches, Drummonds Shop, Carraig Pharmacy, the Post office or from the lotto committee. Annual subscription of €100 available. Don’t miss out! Thanks once again to all our Lotto players for your continued support, without which we would not be able to invest in the future of our...

Lotto Results February 21st – No Winner

There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot on Monday night 21st February, with the Jackpot standing at a bumper €14650. The numbers drawn were 8, 14, 20, 25. The €25 prize winners were: Alan O’Donovan, c/o The Arches Helen Mehigan, Castletownroche, Aidan Hegarty. Next weeks jackpot will be a bumper €14800 and the draw will take place on Monday night, 28th February! it has never been easier to support the club by playing the lotto online via  https://bit.ly/CarraignabhFear. Lotto tickets are also available locally in the Arches, Drummonds Shop, Carraig Pharmacy, the Post office or from the lotto committee. Annual subscription of €100 available. Don’t miss out! Thanks once again to all our Lotto players for your continued support, without which we would not be able to invest in the future of our...

Carraig na bhFear GAA Lotto Relaunching – First draw July 5th

http://www.carraignabhfeargaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/WhatsApp-Video-2021-06-03-at-11.19.37.mp4 Carraig na bhFear GAA Lotto is being relaunched with the first draw taking place on 5th July 2021. There are a number of exciting changes to our long established draw. The launch jackpot will be €10,000. The jackpot will increase by €150 each week until won with a maximum jackpot of €25,000. When won, the jackpot will resume at a minimum of €5,000 & will increase by €200 weekly until €10,000 & by €150 weekly thereafter. You will now select 4 of 32 numbers to win. 3 Lucky Dip Prizes of €25 weekly.   There will be 50 draws each year.   Tickets will still cost €2 each & you can purchase 3 tickets for €5.  As part of our relaunch, we are also taking the draw online! You can simply go to https://bit.ly/CarraignabhFear, sign up from anywhere around the globe and play to support your club. Don’t worry, paper tickets will still be on sale in local outlets.  We encourage players to use the online facility where possible as it facilitates the renewal of annual tickets, the logging of contact details, the sending of messages and updates on the Lotto as well as direct access to the results of the Lotto draw each week. All outstanding Lotto Credit from 2020 and 2021 will be honoured in full. The new format ensures a sizeable jackpot at all times.  It is vital for our club that this re launch is successful & therefore absolutely essential that all club members contribute to the Club Lotto every week. Club members are also asked to assist in the promotion & the sale of Lotto tickets. Our Lotto committee...

Two Winners of Record Lotto Jackpot

After a long long wait, There was not one, but TWO winners of the this weeks Lotto Jackpot, which stood at a record €10600 on Monday night, 14th December. The numbers drawn were 5,17 and 23. Congratulations to our two lucky players, Father Martin Keohane and Shauna Sheehan, a lovely early Christmas present! The €50 prize winners were: Noreen & Alan McCarthy, Karen Drummond, Camilla Ryan & S Bowen, Ruth Foley. Next weeks jackpot is back to the very start, €1000 and the draw will take place on Monday night, 21st December! Lotto tickets are available locally in the Shop, Pharmacy, Post office or from the lotto committee. Annual subscription of €100 available. Don’t miss out! Thanks once again to all our Lotto players for your continued support, without which we would not be able to invest in the future of our...

Gleoise na Carraige December 2020

  Muintir Carraig na bhFear, ta an Lockdown chriochnaithe agus ta suil again go bhfuil daoine ag tnuth le chursai na Nollag agus an gnath shaol ag dul thar nais, diaidh ar ndiaidh. Caithfear a admhail ce go deacair agus chrua do bhi an bhliain seo.  Ni ligfear lamh a chasadh, seasamh nios giorra na dha meadair, do bhi iomai daoine in umar na haimileise. Ach, do chuir roinnt cluichi iomanaiocht agus caide gliondar ar ar gcroi, agus seo iad na tuairisci nios deanai faoi ar gcumann Carraig na bhFear. We hope you all enjoy the last instalment of Gleoise na Carraige 2020. It has been a really tough year for both young and old. We have had to learn new skills, new ways of socializing, whilst also trying to keep a level of normality going. The club season came to an end in early October with most championship games played to completion. Here is an account of some those games, where glory and victory walked hand in hand with disappointment and regret.   Adult Club Report Junior C Hurlers Dreams Shattered in Final East Cork Junior C Hurling Final 2020 Castlemartyr 1-19 Carraig na bhFear 1-05 Do yourself justice. A common enough phrase in every day lexicon, but how do we attribute this phrase to playing sport? Is justice the feeling that you have given your all and have no regrets? Or is it playing without fear? Is it truth? Something to ponder, but the phrase appeared appropriate as our Junior C Hurlers trudged off the green sod of Killeagh Gaa Grounds, beaten and mute with disappointment. We...