Club News 20.12.2016   20/12/2016


There was no match 4 winner of last weeks lotto which was for €9900 The numbers drawn were 10, 23, 29 &30. There were 3 match 3 winners , each of whom won €100.00. 

Christmas Voucher winners were Sheila O’Neill, Thomasina Foley, Johnny Kenny, Julie Dunne, Julia O’Neill and Catherine Murphy The Jackpot for the draw to be held on 19th December will be for €,10,100.00 and will be held in Timmins Pub on Weaver Square. Now wouldn’t that be a nice Christmas present? We would like to thank all of you who continue to support our lotto, as well as those who sell tickets, check tickets, collect and deliver etc. Remember, you can also play our lotto on line. Please check out . Perhaps you might pass this website on to those who are away but would like to support the club and be in with a chance to win the ever increasing jackpot.  



Baltinglass GAA Club would like to wish our players, members and supporters a very Happy Christmas and New year and thank you for your support over the last 12 months.  

Secondlay, if you find that there is a lull after the big day and often find yourself with a void to fill on St.Stephens day, we are happy to say that this year we have a solution to this perennial problem. 

The inaugural Baltinglass GAA Street League is taking place at 11am in the Club grounds on Stephens Day. Eight areas from across the parish will be represented in the 7 a side tournament. Anyone who is over the age of 17 , be they male or female can take part and all supporters are welcome. Participants can register on the day from 9:30am. For more details, please see our Facebook page. Tea, coffee and mince pies for all supporters. Club Captain Jason Kennedy commented that It will be a change for the juveniles to see some of the past greats of the club back with a bang showing all the younger players how it's done, We all echo Jason’s comments and are really looking forward to it. Rumour has it that Robert McHugh has been seen purchasing a new pair of gold football boots for the occasion, but to see if that is in fact the case, why don’t you make your way up to the pitch on the 26th to support the lads.  


Balto U8 take on Rathnew at the County final 2013