Businesses in Mooncoin have always been very generous to the club over the years, we would ask that you support them all now during these crazy times. As a community we are very lucky that we don’t have to travel far for our essentials #staysafestayhome #supportlocalbusinesses
Unfortunately due to the current Covid19 restrictions we are unable to hold our monthly draw tonight. We also won’t be able to hold our November draw. We will carry out 3 draws at the beginning of December as well as our Christmas bonus draw. We will continue to buy lotto tickets and will post monthly updates on the winnings. We thank you for your continued support and patience with us as we all try to get through the next 6 weeks. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Stay safe everyone and we will be back in December!
With only 8 remaining heading in to Week 2, Liverpool carry the hopes of 5 of our entries tonight with 2 plumping for Spurs and one on Wolves tomorrow. Best of luck to the remaining entries.
After this evenings games we are left with just 8 entries with 140 falling foul to the mad results which happened over the weekend. Best of luck to all remaining entries heading in to Week 2.
From our 148 entries, only 7 entries have made it through, with 8 on Leeds, 2 on West Brom and one on Wolves tomorrow evening. A massacre to say the least with 130 people falling at the first hurdle.
148 entries started off yesterday but thanks to poor old Chelsea slipping up we have lost 62 so far and only 6 through to round 2. Spurs are the choice of many today with 36 hedging their bets on Mourinho and Co.
Congratulations to Waterford U15 Girls who advanced to the Gaynor Shield Final after high drama in WIT arena in Carriganore. It took a sudden death winning penalty from our own Ciara O’Keeffe to send the girls through against Wexford.
Best of luck to Waterford u15 girls and our own Ciara O’Keeffe who play Wexford in the Gaynor Cup Shield semi final in Carriganore at 12 noon.
With work almost complete on the latest phase at our new development in Suir Crescent, the club will be moving into a top class facility after 52 years of moving from ground to ground. Just over €300,000 has been spent to date and our 300 Club Syndicate has been responsible for the majority of this with the funds generated leveraging grants and finance to complete different phases. To those that are already in the 300 club syndicate, a massive thank you for your continued support.
We are moving into the third year of the syndicate and a number of shares are available to purchase. If you are interested in joining the 300 club syndicate for €5 per week, please contact the Facebook page or contact Michelle 0863723163 or Brendan 0879828150 and a member of our Finance Committee will be in touch with further details.
As can be seen in the photos, we have come a long way in 2 years and fingers crossed we will be moving in shortly, we want as many local families as possible in the 300 club so get behind this fantastic project and help start developing the next phase of the development.
Dungarvan were Saturdays visitors to Ashgrove. A strong wind made conditions difficult but both teams tried to play football and we were edging the contest until we conceded against the run of play just before ht. 1.0 down at the break. We bossed the second half and equalised when Finbarr Purcell assisted Jamie Croke . 1.1 with 15 minutes to go and we pressed and were the better team. It was a sucker punch when a dubious goal 3 mins from time had us 2.1 down totally against the run of play. We threw caution to the wind an conceded on stroke of full time. A defeat but a fantastic performance from everyone. MoM: Sean Kearns & Billy Delahunty, with special mention for Jack Walsh who was immense in the middle of the park.