Club Notes – October 8th

Faughs Share Draw: With a chance to win €12,000 top prize (plus 5x€1,200 runner-up prizes), we would ask anyone and everyone associated with the club to purchase at least one ticket
, take on the responsibility of selling at least one further ticket (family&friends) and help spread the word about our new Share Draw. A full ticket costs €100 and with only a maximum of 1200 tickets available this is a great opportunity of winning a big cash prize. The sole purpose of the draw is the development of our much needed second pitch which will be an enormous benefit to the current and future generations of Faughs players. We have a team of ticket sellers who will be visiting different areas throughout the next while so please do your best to support this very worthy cause. Tickets can also be purchased from any exec committee member or online at

Lotto: Jackpot this week was €3100. No winners this week – winning numbers were 2, 6, 11, 25.
Well done to Brian Campbell from Newbliss who wins €50 in the Lucky Dip this week
Keep your eyes peeled for Lotto sellers and we will be launching on online version soon – more details to follow soon

Operation TransFAUGHSmation: We are well into the Operation TransFAUGHSmation program and all participants are performing really well. Everyone continues to give their all, and no doubt all thoughts are turning towards the climax that is the MaMahons SuperValu Faughs 5K that will be coming up soon. Well done to everyone involved!

U6 – Future Faughs Stars: Our U6 winter training program for both girls and boys will be commencing soon. Everyone is more than welcome to attend. It is all about the children having fun and playing lots of different games. To register please visit

Winter Training Program: With the boys and girls (and coaches) all having a well-deserved rest, some of the crew are busy in the background organising the juvenile Winter training program. More details will follow as we firm up the plans.

GAA National Student Bursary Applications: The GAA have recently announced details of an initiative that has invested more them €2m in young people over the last 12 years. The scheme is open to members of the Association who are attending a full-time Higher Education course (except those who hold another GAA-related or college scholarship/bursary) and who are active participants in their Higher Education club. For further information please contact Kevin Kelly at: or 028 (048) 3752 1900

Club Notes – October 8th
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