Our 12 Days of Christmas Draws started on Saturday last and runs until Wednesday December 23rd. Our 12 Days of Christmas Draws will take place at 7pm on weeknights, and at 12 noon on weekends, with the draw streamed live on Facebook each day (internet permitting).
Carrick Swan would like to wish all entrants the very best of luck in the draws and thank you all for your support of our fundraising draw once again in 2020. Your generosity has helped us develop Pairc na nEalaí from a derelict eyesore to a field and clubhouse that we can all be proud of, and one that will cater for the kids and young adults of Carrick On Suir for decades to come.
And we aren’t done yet. Over the coming weeks and months, the development of our facilities will continue. Lighting will be installed, and the car park surface will be improved also. And we’re sure that there’s a lot more to come in the coming months and years.
Well done to Stefan Tobin who represented the club at the South Tipperary Féile hurling skills tournament in Killenaule on Saturday morning. Stefan won our internal Féile hurling skills competition recently. Well done to Jamie Ryan of St. Mary’s who won the South hurling skills competition and will represent the division in the County Final next week.
The club would like to say a massive thank you to both Lee Lanigan and Derek Hogan for their kind sponsorship during the year for our camogie ladies. It’s much appreciated by all in the club.
The numbers drawn for our Juvenile Lotto last week were 08 – 13 – 18 – 28. There was no winner, and 8 people matched 3 numbers to win €30 each. Net week’s jackpot is €2,500 and entries cost just €2. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support. Play our lotto – Support our young players. Your support also helps our Field Development Project.
Planning for the 2021 season is well underway. If you’re interested in helping out with a Juvenile hurling, football, or camogie team next year, or you’re interested in helping out on the administrative side of the club, we’d love to hear from you. You may have been involved in the past, you may have never been involved but would like to get involved, or you may be new to the town. We’d love to hear from you. Contact any committee member, or pop us a Facebook message for more information. Many hands make light work.
The Swan club would like to offer our condolences to the Power family Carrick and Clonmel on their recent bereavements.