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Bryansford GAC Notes
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Tribute to Ryan Doyle.

On behalf of the Executive, Committee and Members of Bryansford GAC, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who supported our Club on Sunday when we held our ‘Tribute to Ryan Doyle’ Fundraising event.

The day turned out to be an overwhelming success with the donations we received far exceeding the projected target, I can confirm that these donations were delivered to the Trustees on Sunday evening and for that they have extended their deepest appreciation at this trying time.

To the Club Volunteers who served us so well on the day, to the members, to the friends and to the cross community we thank you.

Regards,

Ronan McVeigh

Chairman

Bryansford GAC

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The Under-21’s will play Glenn on Sunday in Mayobridge at 12pm.

Congratulations to JJ and Christine Brannigan on the birth of their new baby daughter Mollie.

The county draw tickets are out and club members are encouraged to show there support for the county but importantly the club to please help with much needed fund raising by buying one of the tickets. Even if a number of people join together to share the cost but also the prize it would be very much appreciated. Please contact George Sloan and Willie Kane or indeed any committee member if interested in purchasing a ticket.

The Sports Hall is available for birthday parties and other functions, please contact Kevin Leneghan.

This week’s Lotto numbers were 21, 22, 23 and 26 with the bonus 28. Paul Keatons and Anne McGreavy both won £15. The jackpot now stands at £4,500.

The clubs committee are asking everyone to please continue their much needed support of the club. In these tough times it is difficult but this is the lifeblood of every club now and your support is greatly appreciated in helping the club continue to flourish on all its varied aspects.

Finally, the club would like to wish Kilcoo the best of luck in the Ulster final this weekend.

(Notes by Brian Ward).