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Orders for the Leinster quarter final between Dublin & Westmeath in Croke Park on Saturday June 1st at 7pm to be sent to 083-3448695 before 5pm on Thursday May 23rd. Adults €25, Hill 16 €15 & Juveniles €5. Tickets will be distributed on Thursday May 30th at the club. Paid members only are entitled to order tickets. Unpaid members will not receive tickets from the club this year.
The was no winner of this weeks lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 8, 18, 20, 21. The five €20 winners were
The next draw takes place on June 1st in The Pines. Thank you for your support.
Lotto numbers for Saturday’s draw were 3, 13, 16, 22. The was no outright winner of the jackpot.
The 5 €20 winners were:
Next draw takes place in the Pines on May 4th. Thank you all for your support.
After over 25 years since the last hurling game in Greentrees Park, Hurling is coming back to the club. There is a hurling academy being established for boys & girls from 4 years of age upwards. The program starts on Thursday April 25th from 6pm to 7pm and all are welcome. Those who have a hurl & helmet please bring them along. We will provide equipment to those who don’t. Kids will be trained by both Joe & Ronan. We are aiming to run the academy this year with a view to entering a team into a league from 2014. Weather you have hurled or not before, everyone is welcome to attend the academy.
The was no winner of this weeks lotto. The numbers drawn were 2, 6, 11, 16. The 5 €20 winners were
The next lotto takes place on April 20th in the Pines. Thank you all for your support.
Seán Lyne ( Ó Laighin ). He was 21 years old and played for Kevin`s Hurling Club. He very bravely battled cancer for the last two years. His brother Oakie ( O Connor ) was a prominent footballer for Robert Emmet`s GAA for many years before he emigrated to San Francisco. The club would like to extend its deepest sympathy and condolences to Seán`s parents and siblings on his passing Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
Robert Emmets U.10 training cancelled tomorrow night due to bad weather. Training resumes next Thursday on the 8 Acres at 5pm. Next match April 6th.
News has reached us that Bill Walsh has passed away. Bill was involved in the foundation of Robert Emmets back in the late 60’s and will be fondly remebered by all. Bill was one of the Kilkenny great hurling stars and played his hurling with Young Irelands in Dublin winning a Senior County Championship medal with them in his mid 40’s. To Seamus, Eamon, Sean and Antoinette we extend our deepest symapthies. May he rest in peace.
The bad weather was not enough to dampen the spirits of all involved in our Easter Camp. It was a great two days and was enjoyed by all. Thanks to all who participated in the camp and to all the helpers for giving up their time to make this so successful.