There was 2 winners of our Juvenile Lotto Jackpot last week. Congratulations to 1. Honora Grace / Kathleen Ryan, c/o 18 Collins Park & to 2. Shayna & Ellamae Walsh, c/o Mary Walsh Treacy Park who shared our jackpot of €7,250. The numbers drawn were 10 – 17 – 18 – 21. We also had 8 match 3 winners who won €30 each. Well done to all.

Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,000. Thank you for your continued & appreciated support. Play our lotto – Support our young players. Your support also helps our Field Development Project.

Our Minor A footballers kick-off their 2019 season on Sunday next when they take on Grangemockler Ballyneale in Mullinahone at 12 noon.

The date for the first round of the County Senior Hurling Championshp was announced last week. Swan will play Templederry Kenyons in our first game  on the weekend of the 7th of April.

Our first County Hurling League game will be against Borrisokane in Davin Park on the weekend of March 10th.

Our first football game of the County Intermediate Football Championship will be against Drom/Inch. Round one of the football championships will take place over the weekend of the 14th of April.

All our teams are now back up and running from u6 right up to Senior. We’d like to wish all teams, and their mentors, the very best of luck in 2019.

The club would like to wish William ‘Stretch’ Barrett a speedy recovery, as he recovers from a shoulder injury sustained last week.

We also have a field update for you this week. We are getting a lot of queries wondering what’s happening next at the new field site?

The answer is, we are currently putting a plan together so as to be able to begin the building construction work in the next few months. We also intend to begin excavation work on the car parks which will include the drainage, sub bases etc…

It goes without saying that we can only complete what the funds allow us to complete. The progress made so far from when we started out is nothing short of fantastic in a relatively short space of time thanks to the generosity of the public and long may that continue.

What do we need next?

We are now calling on any club/trades people involved in the construction industry to attend a meeting in the club hall on Friday March 8th at 7.30pm to hear our proposals and view the building plans, but more importantly to offer your advice and guidance on the best way for the club to complete this key part of the development project.

So please save the date and we look forward to seeing you on Friday March 8th.‘Ask not what your club can do for you, but what you can do for your club’

Cards have been distributed for our annual Aintree Grand National Sweep draw, which will take place on the week of April 6th this year. There are €2,000 in prizes this year with 1st prize being €1,000. Lines cost just €2. Please support.