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Niveguilla Athletic Club

Lotto 04/11/2022: No winner of our 04/11/2022 lottery jackpot. Numbers 2, 5, 13 and 16 were drawn. Lyons Bar Vendors Prize Winner. Prize winner €50 per year Florrie O’Sullivan Carrans, €50 Betty and Mary Cronin Cullen, €40 each Hanne McCarthy Nocdura, Trione Vaughan Lions Bar and Margaret Hayes Koum. Bonus unwinn numbers drawn: 1, 24, 25 and 27. Next week a €9,000 jackpot plus a €1,000 bonus.

Lotto 11/11/2022: There is no winner in the 11/11/2022 lottery draw. Numbers drawn: 5, 11, 21 and 26. Paddy O’Donoghue Sellers’ Prize Winner. The winner of the €50 per year award is Liz Bradley Glenlar. 50 euros to Sarah Griffin Tirnabul. 40 euros each for Katrina Ryn Cownrow, Niall O’Donoghue Dublin and Kaylee O’Donoghue Lishin. Bonus not won, numbers 4, 17, 23 and 28 were drawn. Next week a €9,100 jackpot plus a €1,000 bonus.

Lotto 11/18/2022: There was no winner in our 11/11/2022 lottery jackpot, numbers 11, 15, 27 and 30 were drawn. Margaret Hayes is the winner of the sellers prize. Prize of 50 euros per year to Lorna O’Sullivan L. Knoknagiha. 50 euros to Matthew O’Connor Lishin. €40 for Mairead O’Riordan, Patricia Cronin Kilcummin and Fred Brown Knocknagoshel. Bonus not won, numbers 14, 16, 19 and 20 are drawn. Next week’s jackpot is €9,200 plus a bonus of €1,000.

Christmas Baskets: We will be giving away weekly Christmas Basket tickets again starting December 2nd and in the following weeks through December 23rd.

Gnivegilya GAA Club

This Sunday at 12:00 in Gnivegilya our seniors will play against Glenflesk in the O Donoghue Cup.

Lotto: There were no winners in last week’s lottery draw. Numbers 3,12,21,25 were drawn. The lucky winners were Geraldine McCarthy Gniewegilla for €40, Niall and Bud Lim for €40, Cathal Collins Banard for €30, Tadh O Keefe Knocknakopp for €30, John McAuliffe’s annual ticket for €20. Next week’s jackpot is €14,600. Thank you for your continued support.


Club Lotto GAA

Keel GAA Lotto draw on Monday, November 14th. Numbers drawn: 21, 25, 28, 29. There were no winners of our €2,400 jackpot. The lucky ones who received 50 euros each were Terry O Sullivan and Jason Foley. The jackpot will be 2450 euros in the drawing, which will take place on Monday, November 21st. Thank you so much for all your support this week and thank you to the lottery team this week for helping with the draw. You can purchase raffle tickets through Clubforce or through local retailers. Thank you for your continued support of our club lotto.

General meeting of the club

The Keel GAA will hold its AGM on Wednesday, November 30 at 7:30 pm at the Keel Club, to which everyone is welcome.


Become part of our team! Here are Sean O’Dowd and Willie Evans, Keel GAA coaches. We are currently actively trying to find and recruit new male and female coaches to prepare our underage players for next year. The club is currently in a very healthy state for minors however we are always trying to improve and improve the situation. We are asking you with one simple request: will you coach our underage players? If you are interested please contact Seanie (087 649 7639) or Willie (0863872611).

We will have an information meeting on Wednesday, November 23 at 20:00 at the club. We will answer any questions you may have during the meeting. Please remember that coaches who volunteer to work with an age group are well supported and work as part of a team. We look forward to having you on board and you may be surprised what an enjoyable experience this will be. Thank you.

Keel goes to the country

Following the success of the Keel Goes Country event at the Keel Community Hall in Castlemaine in April, the Eddie Lee and Paudie Coffey Band will return with their unique sounds for another evening of country music and dance on Saturday, December 3rd. “After the April event, we were inundated with requests for another evening of music and dance,” said Kiel Community Council Chairman Gerard O’Dowd. “We’re lucky to have Eddie and the Powdy Coffey band back. Their busy diary is not surprising, given the reaction to their performance and the atmosphere in the hall last time. We are also happy to announce that Noreen Ash will be joining the guys for a special “Keels own” guest appearance. Doors will open at 8:00 pm on Saturday, December 3rd, with refreshments available throughout the evening along with a prize draw. Entrance tickets cost 10 euros each, they can be bought at the entrance in the evening. All proceeds will go toward further renovations to the hall and future Keel Community projects.


Information Clinic

“Chime – National Charity for the Deaf and Hearing Loss”. Every month we have field consultations in Kenmare, Cahersiveen and Killorglin. This is a free and confidential support service for all aspects of deafness and hearing loss. Information and resources, assistive technology, minor hearing aid repairs and hearing aid batteries for sale at €2 per card.


historical group

We collect any available information about the Kilcummin Swamp, especially road building and turf removal in the 1940s as part of the “Emergency”. We are looking for stories related to Kilcummin to be featured on Radio Kerry’s Kingdom Journey program on Sundays at 6:00 pm. For any questions please contact Mary 086-3555935.

pink night

Remember the date – the Pink Night fundraiser returns on Friday, January 6, 2023 at the Klub Bar. Details below.

Kilcumin CCÉ

Kilcummin CCÉ has ​​started group music and singing lessons at Kilcummin NS. For more information contact Geraldine (087) 6764368.

Kilcummin ICA

Master classes continue every Wednesday at 20:00. in the Rural Development Department. New members are always welcome.

Masterjiha FC

Youth result: Mainebank FC 1-3 Mastergeeha FC. scorers; Kieran Nagle, Adam Murphy and David O’Leary

Lotto: There was no €5,800 jackpot winner on Friday 18 November 2022. Numbers 14,18,20,24 fell out. Consolation prizes of €50 went to Mary O’Donoghue (online), Margaret Cahill (Paty Nagle), Pat O’Donoghue, Turmore, Cathy O’Leary and Donah Nagle. The next draw will take place on Friday 25 November 2022 with a €6,000 jackpot.

Kilcummin GAA

Kilcummin GAA AGM (including Underage Club) will take place on Friday, December 2 at 20:00 at the clubhouse. All participants are invited.

O’Donoghue Cup: Legion 0:15, Kilcummin 0:9. The season at Kilcummin ended on a low note, losing to the Legion in that O’D Cup quarter-final. at Legion Field last Saturday. Both teams typically traded points in the first half with Philip Casey at the forefront, but Legion, with an extra player, took the lead in the third quarter and emerged as the well-deserved winner after the final whistle. Despite the disappointment, we must now regroup and refocus our efforts as we play in Division 1 District League next year.


Lethal outcomes

Stephen Sweeney, London and officially Gurtin, Kilgarvan passed away on Wednesday 2nd November 2022. His wife Sheila, parents Ned and Annie, brothers John and Dan died. A Requiem Mass for Stephen was held on Saturday 19 November 2022 at St Patrick’s Church in Kilgarvan, followed by burial in the local cemetery. We express our deepest condolences to his brother Eddie, sister Mary and extended family.

Agnes O’Sullivan (nee O’Connor), Kappanacus House, Greenane, Kenmare, died Tuesday 15 November 2022. Agnes is the mother of Caroline Randles, Fussa. A funeral Mass for Agnes was held at Templenoe Church at 11:00 am on Thursday, November 17, 2022, followed by a burial at the New Templene Cemetery. Our deepest condolences go out to her husband Harold, daughter Caroline, son Kieran, brothers James and Michael, sisters Kathleen and Irene and the extended family.


Application forms for 2023-2024 admissions are now available for Kilgarvan Central School. They can be downloaded from the school website or obtained from Kilgarvan Central School for anyone who wants to enroll their child in school for 2023-24.

Applications must be returned to the school by Friday, May 5, 2023. For more information call 064 66 85428 or 086 231 3246.

European Bronze for Yvonne

At the recent European Jiu-Jitsu Championships held in Rome, Yvonne O’Connell Gortnabool, Kilgarvan placed third in the senior lightweight division of the event.

Jiu-jitsu is a form of martial arts very similar to the sport of judo. It originated in Japan. Although its various forms have been practiced for many years, it is yet to be accepted as an Olympic sport, however there is a strong possibility that this will happen at the 2028 Olympic Games to be held in Los Angeles, California, USA. .

Previously, Yvonne was a very successful rower at the Templenoe Rowing Club where she won the Irish Underage Championship. In recent years, Yvonne has taken up jiu-jitsu, working her way through the ranks and earning a blue belt in the senior lightweight division.

She competed in many countries, winning the Northern Ireland Championship and bronze in the open division. AJP Silver in Portugal, English Open Silver, Sliver, Grappling Industries, Sliver, Dublin Open, Gold, Cork open, Gold plus Silver and Bronze Irish Open. Yvonne trains in Cork and is very active there teaching young children.

Yvonne is the daughter of Michelle and Martin O’Connell. Michelle, née O’Brien, was selected to the Irish Master women’s ice hockey team last year in a home international tournament where she played against her home countries of England, Scotland and Wales. Yvonne is a student at MTU Cork. We wish her continued success in Jiu-Jitsu.


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