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Tough Draw For Offaly

November 8, 2018

The first round of the qualifiers draw sees Offaly with a tough game against Tyrone this game will be in O'Connor Park on Saturday 29th of June or Sunday the 30th.

Rhode Senior footballers gained their second brace of points in this year's championship when they had a hard earned 1-13 to 1-6 win over Tubber in O'Connor Park on Saturday evening. Rhode led at the interval by 0-7 to 1-1 after playing with a very strong wind. A second half goal by Paul McPadden was the vital score of the game. Rhode were without Anton Sullivan and Conor McNamee, Pauric Sullivan was suspended while Eoin Rigney and Garrett McNamee are gone to America for the summer.

Ken Garry
Declan Murphy, Shane Sullivan, James McPadden
Cieran Heavey, Brian Darby, Eoghan Byrne
Alan McNamee, Mark Dunne
Niall Darby, Glenn O'Connell, Stephen Hannon
David Hope, Niall McNamee, Paul McPadden

Eddie McDonald, James Coffey, Aidan Brereton, Donal Hickey, Niall Cole, Roy Malone, JP McLoughlin, Stephen O'Connell, Dan O'Brien, Dean Morris, Conor McName

Rhode Under 12 were beaten by Birr in the league on Wednesday evening in Birr on a 5-5 to 4-7 score line.

The best of luck to the Offaly Senior hurlers and the management team who play Waterford in the first round of the qualifiers on Saturday evening in O'Connor Park at 7pm. Those wishing to do steward at this game please contact John Glennon 087 2715 804
There was no winner of the Rhode GAA Lotto for the week ending 17th of June for a Jackpot of €13,800. The numbers drawn were 15 19 24 25. The club like to thank all those who supported the draw and thanks to O'Toole's for the use of their premises and for their help and cooperation. The following matched three numbers and received €50 each
Aisling Killeen
John Kilmurray
T.O.A c/o L Swaine
Maureen O'Connell

The Rhode GAA Lotto is the main source of income the club has and now you can play online though our website. The good news is when you play the lotto online you are entitled to free draws, for example pay for seven draws receive the eighth one free, pay for fourteen draws receive two free and so on. In other words, the more you play the more free draws you are entitled to!!

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