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THE winning lotto numbers on Monday 3rd October were; 10, 15, 17, 20 and 30. 19 matched 3 numbers resulting in a 5 lucky dips winning £20 each.

Snowball next week £150. Next lotto draw Monday 10th October in Nugent’s Bar. Lotto jackpot remains at £20,000. Remember if you’re not in you can’t win!

This is the last chance to bring in your unwanted clothing to the grounds of Plunkett Park on Saturday 8th October from 10am – 1pm. This is a fundraising drive for Pomeroy Plunketts along with St Mary’s PS.

Our final night of Come Dine With Me will be taking place on Saturday 8 October. So if you’d like to have a nights craic with your friends and family and at the same time raise some funds for the club, contact Maeve or Edel and let them know that you wish to join the fun.

Remember that this is a club fundraiser with all proceeds going to Pomeroy GAC.

Training commences for the Under 21 panel on Friday 7th October at 7pm for our U21’s.

Well done to the U16 boys who are in the Championship Final on Saturday 8 October at 12.30 in Rock against Kildress, after beating Galbally last Saturday. 3.10 - 2.10

The First half of the game was fast paced with the Plunketts boys holding plenty of possession to come away all even at the whistle.

But the boys picked up the pace in the second half with Gavin Goodfellow and Matthew Rafferty bagging goals within the first few minutes to give the boys a comfortable lead. With scores coming from James Quinn, Ruari Begley and another goal from Gavin it looked as if it was in the bag but Galbally were not going to give it away that easy and in the last 10 minutess pushed hard to make and made a come back.

The 10 point lead that Pomeroy had built up came now down to just 3 points with minutes to go but with great defending and a save from goalie Anthony McKenna the Plunketts secured themselves a place in the final.

Good luck to the boys and to their managers Marty Begley and Marty McNally on Saturday.

The Pearse Kennedy tournament will take place on Saturday 8th, for the U10s. All available help appreciated.

Many thanks to everyone who helped out at the Jackie Lambe tournament on Saturday 1 October.

The handball season continues with the following timetable for all our youth;

Monday -7.30pm - U13 Boys , Tuesday - 7.30pm - U15 Boys , Wednesday – 7.30pm- 12+ Girls , Thursday – 7.30pm - U14 Boys , Saturday – 3-4pm - U10 Boys and Girls

Saturday – 4.15-5.15pm – U12 Boys and Girls

As always help is needed with supervising all age groups. Please contact Bing Kennedy on 07956902968 or Lorraine Girvan on 07889205048 for more information.

Help is required this Sunday 9th October as we are hosting a double header. Can all help be at Plunkett Park at 2.30pm.

There are only a few weeks to get your names in for the heart screening which will be taking place on Saturday 29th October, in the Pavillion.

Available to anyone aged between 14 and 40, and costs £35 a head. If you would like more information or would like to book a place contact Maeve Nugent on 87758237 or 07775635391.

The club shop will continue to open by request by contacting Maeve Nugent on 87758237 or 07775635391. For more details and quality images of some of our kit check out the merchandise section of the club website.

Anyone wishing to include a notice in the club notes please contact Lorraine Girvan on 87759084 or 07889205048 or email lorrgirv@btinternet.com before 9pm on Sunday evening.

Remember you can keep up to date with everything that is going on within the Plunketts on our website; www.theplunkettsgac.ie. If you have any photos of any teams from years gone by or from any social events please send them to Patsy Begley.

Anyone who has photos of recent club events, including the “Run for Michaela” or in particularly any pictures from the recent “Come Dine With Me” event that was hosted throughout various club members homes, please send them in.

We have just added a new album to our gallery on the website entitled “Plunkett’s On Tour”. We want photographs of any of our members who are travelling around the world or even locally, either on holiday or living farther afield. Take your picture at any famous landmarks and send it in. One rule though, you must have your Plunketts colours on.