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Christmas Draw 2016 Results

 

  1. Niamh Buckley c|o Kenny Coveney – Classical Hamper
  2. John Jordan – Classical Hamper
  3. Ronan Cullinane c|o Novartis
  4. Joe O’Driscoll
  5. Irene Aherne
  6. Brian Cullen c|o Barry Mulqueen
  7. John Joe Flynn
  8. Shane Broderick c|o Jason Bowne
  9. Mary O’Sullivan
  10. Hannah O’Keeffe
  11. Eileen Twomey
  12. Senan Andrews
  13. Mairead O’Sullivan
  14. Jonny Tuohy
  15. Kieran Cummins c|o Kevin O’Grady
  16. Catherine Ronayne
  17. Ronan Murphy
  18. Tommy Doc c|o Pat Cusack
  19. Angela McCarthy c|o FBI
  20. James Lynam
  21. Seamus Barry
  22. Fiona Hickey
  23. Miriam Lynam
  24. Martin Meaney c|o Cobh GAA
  25. Tom Cooney
  26. Barry O’Neill
  27. Jim Ronayne
  28. Ethel Aherne
  29. Adrian Walsh c|o Jim Ronayne
  30. Paul Walsh c|o Novartis

 

The Club wishes to thank all the people who supported this Draw and contributed to its success. The Club is also very grateful to all the Ticket Sellers who have again performed magnificently. Thanks too to all the kind and generous sponsors of prizes

 

The Club sends Christmas Greetings and good wishes to all its loyal Supporters and good Friends. May the Christmas season be a very happy and fruitful one for all.

Polar Plunge for the special Olympics

 

It was a great honour to be present today in the National Maritime College of Ireland to witness Shamrocks Gaa club taking part in the Polar plunge to raise funds for the Special Olympics. This consisted of diving into the sea survival pool under simulated windy conditions with a heavy swell.  The six brave lads represented the club with great pride.

 

 

A lot of other participants were present to witness the Shamrock lads start the ball rolling as they along with two girls from the Cork ladies football team were first to do the dive. Kieran Lynam overcame his fear of heights and created a massive splash with he jumped in after the two girls from the Cork ladies football team. He got a great round of applause. Dick and David Andrews were both showing off their six packs but the judges declared David the winner after his great dive and getting the spectators involved in the build up with his overhead hand clapping. Dick wanted to lodge an appeal but Kathleen told him to be a man and accept the result. Tony O Sullivan was worried about his tan. He was assured that it wouldn’t wash off that easy. He dived with great authority and confidence. He too got a great score from the judges. David O Neill took the honours as the best local. He represented Ringaskiddy with great pride. He took to the pool as if he was doing it all his life. He also impressed the judges. Last up was Noel Kavanagh representing the Construction industry. He was impressed with the Cork Ladies and tried to better them. The judges thought for a time but the ladies got the higher scores. Noel was not that happy as he put in some serious training for this.

 

The club would like to thank all of the lad’s and their families who were present to witness this great event. It was great to see the lads in their Shamrocks colours to represent the club with great pride and honour.

The Shamrocks contingent raising money for Special Olympics Munster, from left – Dick Andrews, Noel Kavanagh, Dave O’Neill, Tony O’Sullivan, David Andrews, Kieran Lynam

 

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