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posted 16 Jul 2014, 08:00 by KD Kickhams

Lotto 14th july 2014
Jackpot 12,800
no's Drawn 6,16,17,25
no winner
2nd chance 1,000
no's drawn 4,6,45,16
no winner

Next weeks jackpot 13,000
Draw in Bertie's Bar

Lucky Dips 2 x 50 euro
Shelia Allis, Hollyford
Killian Loughman, Bishopswood

5 x 30 euro
Kevin Farrell, Grantstown
Michael Beirne, dundrum
James Farrell, Garrane
Catherine O'Halloran, c/o A Crosse
Rose & Joe, Annacarthy
Seller: Helen Ryan

Golf Classic
Kickham GAA is pleased to be associated with South Tipperary Hospice movement in hosting the first annual “Richie & Breda
Horgan Memorial” golf classic in Co Tipperary Golf club on Thurs/Fri 14th/15th August 2014. In appreciation of the support
of South Tipperary Hospice, The Horgan family are anxious to be associated with the efforts of this fundraiser. Your
support would be greatly appreciated to make this inaugural golf classic a success.You can support this event in a number
of ways,
· Team of four players 120 euro (inc refreshments at the 10th)
· Sponsor a Tee box 50 euro
Timesheet can be booked with Seamus O’Dwyer 087 4180474 or Brian Horgan 087 8597824

All of Kickhams under 12 teams were playing on Thursday last and all recorded victories. The Under 12A squad face Cappawhite
in their final league game on Thursday 17th to determine the semi-final line ups. Our under 14 A's and B's continue their
preparations for up-coming competition later in the month.

The Kickham Juvenile 'Training Week' is on Monday 21st to Friday 25th of July in the GAA Field, Dundrum. Final bookings
need to be confirmed. A very enjoyable week is anticipated by all.

We want to say a huge thanks to all our family and friends who supported our fundraising events to raise money to help send
our daughter Shauna to Belgium in September to represent Ireland in the European Special Olympics. Everyone has been so
generous with their time and money. Both the recent Pig and Porter Run at Jerry Jacks Pub and the Future People Galtee
Mountain Sponsored walk on Saturday last were a huge success. We are so very grateful for all your support,
Billy and Carol Bloom.


Last Wednesday week we held our local 10km road race. It turned out to be a huge success once again as it is now known as
the flattest and quickest 10km in Munster. Athletes came from Cork, Limerick, Clare and Waterford as well as the Premier
County; in all over 250 athletes took part in ideal conditions. In the 29 years of this event; it was won by local athlete
Kevin Moore, the first time a Dundrum AC athlete has won this event. His time of 32; 58 which was a [pb] was testament to
the speed the race was ran at. Our next athlete home was James Ryan who won the o/50 ,in a time of 36;16.Next home was
Michael Ryan in a time of 36;26.John Shanahan was next in 37;02 then Ruaidhri Devitt in a time of37;41.Martin Keane ran38;00.
John Mc Cormack soon followed in a time of 38;03.Dymphna Ryan was 2nd lady in a time of 38;43.Michael Moore ran 38;54.
Tommy Byrnes finished in a time of 39;31,next was  Stephen Ryan  in 39;32.Padraig Coen 40;22.Brendan Kinane 40;53.Brian
Devitt 41;01/Pat Ryan 41;03.Tommy Delaney 41;13,Katherine  Kelly 41;33,Michael Coen 41;51,Laura Armstrong 44;53, Mary Keane
46;56,Miriam mc Cormack ran 48;57,Mary C  Ryan 50;28.Mairead O Connor 60;20. In the juvenile junior 5km race,Jerry Hayes
finished 4th;next was Michael Coleman in 5th and Eimear Loughman who finished 7th overall was first junior girl. The people
who need to be thanked are the Civil Defence, Coillte,and all  the helpers who gave so freely of their time to make this
event so popular and a huge success.