Our Lotto took place last Sunday night in Simons Place, no jackpot winner & three match three winners. Numbers were 08 - 12 - 22 - 24. Next weeks draw takes place in The Loch & Quay at 9.15pm.
Our club gear shop is now open in Paric Charman please contact committee and club members for opening times.
Season tickets for matches in Wexford GAA Park are now available,f if you are intrested in buying tickets please contact committee members.
The GAA National Club Draw is running, tickets are now been sold at 10euro each. There is fantastic prizes on offer, tickets available from committee member.
Our underage registration evenings will be held on the last two Fridays of this month 24th & 31st from 3pm to 7.30pm in Mannix Place. All children must come along for registration with a parent or guardian. All mentors & coaches are asked to come along also to have vetting updated and review of courses done.
Tuesday evening next all managers from u14 to minor are to try attend co. board meeting to update all on black card rules.please read your emails to see allocated times and venue.
St. John's Volunteers Healthy club programme in association with Croke Park are holding a lecture on Sudden Adult Death Syndrome , in Whites Hotel on Tuesday 28th of January at 8 pm. Guest speaker on the night is Dr. Aidan Buckley, consultant in cardiology. Everyone welcome ,no under 15s please . Tea and coffee on the night.
Under 5s 6s 7s Fun and games in hurling and football starts back on Friday evening in St.Peters College at 6pm. If you know of any child (school going) that will enjoy an hour of fun & games please bring them along.
Under 10 hurling & Football training is back on Wednesday nights from 6-7 in st Peters College
Minors Our minor footballers were out on Sunday of last week in atrocious conditions against taghmon in the Jim Byrne Cup. Taghmon opened the score card with a point in the first 5 mins of the game. shortly after that we were down to 14 lads,we lost Cain o Keefe our centre back (Due to illness).they had the advantage of the wind in the first half and our lads were now playing catch up. The vols dug in deep for the second half, with torrential rain and gusting winds they came back to trailing by 2 pts, when the final whistle blew.a good display of football from both teams considering the awful conditions. We would like to thank all the supporters, the referee & his linesmen for coming out on such a bad day
Adults Our adult hurlers and footballers are back training tuesday at 8pm in St Peters College and saturday at 6pm on the astro truf in Paric Charman