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Lotto update

posted 6 Jul 2020, 00:19 by Edenderry GAA

Lotto results - Edenderry GAA Offaly

Our lotto draw took place live on Facebook and the numbers drawn were 8,13,16,26 Bonus 14.

There was no winner of the jackpot so next weeks jackpot will be €8,800.
Three players matched 3 numbers and won €70 each. They were

Lisa Ogelsby, Online
Orla Cullen, Online
Willie Forde c/o Club 300

Our Monthly Club 300 draw also took place and the winner of €1,000 was Colm Cummins.

Lotto update

posted 1 Jul 2020, 00:42 by Edenderry GAA

Lotto Bank Holiday bonanza with guaranteed €1 million Lotto Plus ...

The lotto draw took place live on Facebook on Sunday 28th and the numbers drawn were 5,7,10,11 bonus 23.

There was no winner of the jackpot so next week''s jackpot will be €8700.

One player matched 3 numbers and won €200. That was

Majella Kilmurray c/o Martin Kearney

County final fixed for September 20th

posted 25 Jun 2020, 03:36 by Edenderry GAA


The Offaly SFC county final has been fixed for September 20th with the group dates expected to be confirmed in the next few days.

Lotto update

posted 22 Jun 2020, 00:03 by Edenderry GAA

It could be you! €4m Lotto jackpot won in Clare - Limerick Leader


The lotto draw took place live on Facebook and thr numbers drawn were
1,13 22 24 Bonus 10.

There was no winner of the jackpot so next week's jackpot will be €8600.

Four players matched 3 numbers and won €50 each. They were

Brendan McCabe
Johnny Hurst c/o Club Red 300
Regina Kelly online
Karen Smyth online

COVID Return to Play Guidance

posted 20 Jun 2020, 11:45 by Edenderry GAA



UPDATED 20th JUNE 2020

Applies to GAA, LGFA & CAMOGIE

Key elements required for all Edenderry Players to return to Play and to adhere to GAA Guidelines;

MEMBERSHIP
  • Each player must be a Registered Member of the Club.  All current Club 300 Members and anyone that paid fees already are already Registered.  If you Membership is outstanding please make arrangements to pay ASAP.   You can contact your Coach or pay online by CLICKING HERE TO PAY MEMBERSHIP
E-LEARNING MODULE
  • Every Player or Parent of an underage player, backroom team member & Committee Member must complete the GAA's Return to Play E-Learning Module.  The Module can take 20 mins and is very detailed.  Try and focus on the area relevant to you and then progress to the Quiz to complete the module.  It can be accessed by CLICKING HERE
ONLINE HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE
  • Every Player or Parent of an underage player, backroom team member & Committee Member must complete the GAA's Return to Play Health Check Questionnaire.  This ONLINE Check must be completed ONCE prior to returning to play.  The LINK will be available HERE from Monday 22nd June. 
CLICK HERE to access the full suite of Return to Play documentation from the GAA.

UPDATED DATE INFORMATION FOR RETURN TO PLAY

The following changes to the return to activity guidelines are being made after recommendations from this morning’s Covid-19 Advisory Committee.

 These changes were subsequently endorsed by the GAA, the Camogie Association and the LGFA.

 This week: 

  • Open pitches for Adult training next Wednesday, June 24th
  • Open for Minor and below from Saturday, June 27th.
  • Both of the above on a non-contact basis and on the understanding that players and all participants have completed the eLearning module and are following the control measures in place (health questionnaire etc).
  • On the basis of a maximum of 15 players in a designated area of the field (26 Counties) and 10 players in a designated area of the field (6 Counties).
  • Coaching numbers for underage teams to be consistent with Code of Behaviour. 

From June 29th:

  • Allow contact training and challenge games for all from Monday, June 29th (26 Counties).
  • We await guidance from the NI Executive in relation to 6 Counties – non-contact training in the numbers outlined above in the interim.
  • We also await clarification on what will constitute a close contact versus a casual contact.
  • Restriction on participants-only attending training sessions to be relaxed from June 29th – subject to government specified maximum of 200 people in the ground. 
  • Allow Club Fixtures from Friday July 17th.
  • No change to inter-county dates (Sept 14th for training; competitions to start on Oct 17th as planned).
  • All control measures for players, coaches and other team personnel (completion of health questionnaire, eLearning education etc) is to remain in place until advised otherwise; dressing rooms to remain closed until July 20th
  • The Advisory Committee is considering the position in relation to other GAA buildings (such as Club bars that are serving food, Gyms, Handball alleys etc). Guidance will be provided in this context before June 29th.

Donoghue's plans to reopen "now that Red Ryan is gone" confirms Damo

posted 17 Jun 2020, 06:41 by Edenderry GAA

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By Nivek......

There was a huge sense of relief for the residents of Edenderry as it was confirmed by Landlord Damo Donoghue this morning that he plans to reopen his premises as soon as Daniel 'Red' Ryan boards a flight to the Lebanon today.

"Definitely I'll be reopening. I have Mark Young & Mucky McCabe sitting in the airport watching him boarding the flight and as soon as the wheels leave the tarmac I'll be back open" the popular publican told the Edenderry Topic.

Edenderry's junior football star Daniel 'Red' Ryan is set to embark on his second tour of the Lebanon from today and we briefly spoke to him before he left his home in Greenwood Park at the early hours of Wednesday morning. 

"I can't wait" Red said. "I'll miss playing the junior because I'm that good it's really easy but sure it's a handy €30k to collect for doing nothing for 6 months" the trained killer stated.

"I have every penny saved from my last tour and I'm gonna save every penny from this tour too. I want to buy a fancy gaff and a nice big diamond ring for my woman when I get home. I'll probably have to sub Sadder a few pound too to keep him alive" Ryan said.

With restrictions set to be enforced on publicans around the country following the COVID-19 pandemic, local pint puller Damo says he has no fears or worries about reopening.

"It wasn't the pandemic that frightened us, it was Daniel 'Red' Ryan after 15 large bottles of cider".

Lotto update

posted 15 Jun 2020, 07:33 by Edenderry GAA

It could be you! €4m Lotto jackpot won in Clare - Limerick Leader

This week's draw took place live on Facebook from the premises of our main sponsor Rationel Windows & Doors.

The numbers drawn were 8,9,15,25 Bonus 24.

There was no winner of the jackpot so next weeks jackpot will be €8500.
Two players matched 3 numbers and won €100 each. They were

John Dillon c/o Club Red 300
John Crosbie

Remember to get your ticket online before next Sundays draw.

President Higgins recognises work of Offaly GAA chairman during Covid-19

posted 12 Jun 2020, 00:55 by Edenderry GAA




Two-time All-Ireland winner Michael Duignan has received a letter of recognition from President Michael D Higgins for his work as a community champion during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Elected Offaly GAA chairman last December, Duignan has also filled the role as the county's community champion as part of a Covid-19 community outreach programme coordinated by The Wheel and Irish Rural Link and funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development.

In the letter, President Higgins wrote: "You, and all who have been working with you in COVID-19 Community Outreach over the past weeks and months have answered the call of your communities. You have made an enormous difference and are continuing to perform a vital service as we slowly emerge from the dark of the pandemic and into the light of a better, shared future."

There are community champions in 26 counties and they have strong links within their local areas, existing experience of engaging with community organisations and volunteers, and are already in contact with the people that the programme ultimately seeks to support. See www.wheel.ie/champions for more.

Lotto update

posted 8 Jun 2020, 11:34 by Edenderry GAA

It could be you! €4m Lotto jackpot won in Clare - Limerick Leader

Our Club Red 300 Draw took place during our Facebook Live Lotto draw and our lucky winner of €1,000 was Liam & Sinead McCarthy.

The Lotto numbers drawn were 8,11,12,23 Bonus 6. 

There was no winner of the Jackpot so next weeks Jackpot will be €8,400.

Two players matched 3 numbers and won €100 each. They were:

Paul O'Kelly C/o Club Red 300

Brendan & Stephen C/o Sheila Cleary

Edenderry GAA thank everyone for their continued support of our Lotto and Club Red 300.

Dont forget to purcahse your tickets for next weeks draw online before 12noon next Sunday.

GAA reveal guidelines for opening walkways

posted 4 Jun 2020, 00:16 by Edenderry GAA


The GAA have put into place a list of guidelines as they prepare to open up designated walkways around club grounds.

As the country looks set to move to Phase 2 of easing Covid-19 restrictions on 8 June, the GAA have confirmed that clubs will be able to re-open designated walking tracks subject to a management plan.

Initially the walking tracks can only open for four hours a day and must be supervised throughout, with clubs able to decide themselves when the most suitable times periods are.

Clubs must ensure that stewards are on hand to maintain social distancing rules and that people are using the facilities under a one-way system.

Covid-19 signage must be displayed around the grounds and steps taken to ensure that the walkways are only open for recreational purpose, with no group or team training of any kind.

Clubs have also been asked to ensure that they provide designated hours for vulnerable people or those who have been cocooning to use the walkways.

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