The Carrick Swan AGM takes place this coming Wednesday, January 8th, at 7pm in our new clubhouse at Pairc na hEalaí on Ballyrichard Road. All members are invited to attend. The club AGM is the single most important meeting of the year in every club, and we’re hoping for a bumper attendance this year, at our new clubhouse. It’s a historic night so please make sure you’re there.

The draw for the 2020 South Senior Hurling Championship was made earlier this week. Swan came out in the Semi-Final where we’ll take on 2019 Champions, Mullinahone.

Our u21 B Football Championship throws-in on Saturday next, January 11th when we take on Ballingarry at 2pm in Cloneen. We’d like to wish our u21s the very best of luck in their opening game. Our second game will be against Knockmealdown Gaels on Saturday January 18th at 2pm in Ned Hall Park (Clonmel Og).

Our Minors are back in action at the end of the month. Their opening Minor B Football Championship game will be against Killenaule in Cloneen on Sunday January 26th. The other teams in our group are St. Patricks, Fr. Sheehys/Ballylooby combination, and Ballingarry.

Our Junior A footballers have been drawn in a group with Newcastle, Ardfinnan, Clerihan, and Ballylooby. We play Newcastle in our first game with no fixtures known, yet.

Our Junior A hurlers have been drawn in a group with Fr. Sheehys, Skeheenarinky, and Fethard. We play Fethard in round 1 with no fixtures known, yet.

Our Junior B hurlers have been drawn in a group with Marlfield, Clerihan, Ballybacon/Grange, and St Patricks. We play Ballybacon in round 1 with no fixtures known, yet.

Last week’s jackpot was €10,250 and there was no winner. Five people were just one number off the winning or sharing the jackpot. Those five matched 3 and won €40 each. The numbers drawn were 01 – 10 – 21 – 24. This week’s jackpot is €10,250.

It costs just €2 to enter and you can play through any of our ticket sellers, or online, via our website. Your continued support is most welcome and greatly appreciated by all in the club.

All in the club would like to wish a speedy recovery to both Davy ‘Dob’ Power and John Lonergan who are both in hospital at the moment, get well soon lads.

Carrick Swan would like to pass on their condolences to the Kennedy family, Clashnasmuth, Strappe family, Ballyneale, Butler family, Coolnamuck, Kiely family, Comeragh View and Ballyduff, and the Lonergan family, Faugheen on their recent bereavements.